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: August 5, 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 )
 Notes
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: VID00672
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
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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,f HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPBJSE




fi '. The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 *? vr V ,


38th Year No.31 j HOMESTEAD, FLOIltDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5,1949 TaT Price 6 Cents i







Blankenbeck Fined $50 for Jair1 ire; 1













Found Not Guilty of Resisting Arrest ,





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Sewage Treatment Hereby CITY OKAYSSPRAYING BOARD THAT BROKE PRISONER'S




FORMOSQUITOES ARM! USED IN SELF DEFENSE,



Not Approved Florida. BRANTLEY CLAIMS ON STAND J


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Upon written. request< of Fred' I

State Health Sluts director of the Dade Coun- Cecil Robertson I I Arthur J, Olankenbeck watt

''t DepartmentTh ty anti-mosquito district, Clerk;f. In Explosion in t found not guilty of resisting arI 4

R. fc Edwards WM Instructed to) I I rest but was fined $50 for destroy
Cecil Robertson
write a letter authorizing lniee j In, city property, $25: for using
ticide-spraying planes to fly low I') ness manager and x-ray '' proran. languageand $10 for
over city areis Vihen under the I clan of Janis Archer 'I 1
; disturbing the peace after an all*
The state health department BLDG.I Carpenters to Hoi d Blood Round-up direction of the county > pltal of Homestead was day trial Wednesday pt the cue
bai not given the go II.nal i for GUARD After request by Homestead burned Sunday night in a
development of Homestead's bay- ; In New V.F.W.' Building Tomorrowwho electricians! that the city adopt explosion at his l that had been pending In Homestead's .
the city court line Jan. 7U .
Miami
electrical: code Mr
front beach; it hat neither ap- ,, I A. V. PHILLIPS JR. agency In Falrburn Ga.
Haycock was. advised to drift the was on Jan. T that Blanktn
proved nor condemned the proposed i SITE DONATED A blood bank round-up to be wishes to donate blood 1i desired ordinance for action at taken at once to Grady beck a dairy worker was arrested

bathing area about which I II held In th* uncompleted V F. w. Invited to attend. the next meeting. | PHILLIPS SWORN\ In Atlanta' after a parking meter altercation
the ,question of pollution from I building it 12, noon on Saturday Blood may be donated to the The council voted to accept MI Mr. Robertson I li the
'Homeitead't septic tank drain has Aug ., ii announced by union's account or to any other offer from Royal Palm Trailer IN AS ACTING of Mrt. Eleanor with Policeman Donald Sullivan r
BY- "
arisen. COUNCIL account Park to dedicate for street use II] mer superintendent of and lodged In city jail where he
carpenter local union No. 1250 It U neeeitary that donors retrain the trip of S E. Second ave t \ flooded Oils Jail cell and art tire

In any event the department of Homestead Th round-up will 'from eating for aix hours between S. E. Fourth and S. 11 i POST to the mattreMcs of his cot, 'to i
"unequivocally and without, ,eservalion" before donation Fifth streets upon agreement of
be followed by a fish fry which
"or constrLit'on' of the t The committee In chare elf the city to and the get attention", for which he
doe not uprrme ofHomeitead'i nroposwlj li scheduled for 1 o'clock! open grade I RSANITATION
National Guard Kir.igc i the round-up and fish fry 1 Ie com- strip. A V. Phillip, Jr.. wsa charged, h* was beater') and hi,
method of scwsges her, the courti.il Monday Mcmben of the V, F, W. and poaed of D. O. Peebles, 0 I). A house fire with damage estimated In *i acting postmaster of right arm was broken
disposal and confider: the present city their families will be special Cash, Leo Hilliard and Emory at 123 w.. reported by Homestead office In Acting City Judge Vernon W.
a (
of treatment rl If hi ntithonzad, the dnnatlnn of post
practice ]
sewage i guest of the union, but anyone Uvls. Mrs. W J. Krome of the Fire Chief Elmer Sullivan. Turner
the city of Homeatend to be in- ,n cite in HlbHcus Pork ur one In t district's blood bank committee A letter of appreciation from many attended\ by the office{ personnel first fined BUn'ienUrk

adequate.A' tract adjoining the city will assist In the round-up. First Methodist Youth Fellowship at t 4:4} Saturday afternoon( SLUM $100 on the charge of destroying: ,

letter from DaJMd B. Use Iy AtWB yLr C I DEATH CLAIMS The union, which lies nearly for the gift of shuffleboard equipment In the office her. Sylvester' Nets city propctly' but later reduce .
director of"thetary ? three hundred members. U headed wn read 'b) City Clerk trick, Miami post office InspectorPosUMster It to"UOInd: auejrxnitel he wn.tlFriiuw ,

engineering; by B. R. Svllley. ,t-1- Edward .. ., ,. iti ,' 1&L '
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the gia,II" ,A it tbetfekt ''f c. 'r N alltliig SIngston -4k T6'fiilr. shd (uttering -
of Homestead In bis 'letter, Di- Homestead Counci I Will: Sit Boards ; "wai commended by Mr. Incurred by the defendant
meeting The bulldlnu, for the UMuf as In the treatment
of
his
rector Lee aid m part: HERE 25 YEARS Hettrlck and Mr. Phillips arm
". In our letter of July 16 t Compim D, .Ullh Infantry upon Blankenbeck paid his $50 tine at
To Hear Complain! on 1919 Tax Roll the efficiency of his admlnlstriI sanitation and .
the director of tho Dude County s l'ic!', ucxmi) on the lint fur federal Uie. end of the court session.Th .
Wm. H, Booth, 74, resident of I and was presented with a ance survey will be .
l court room filled
health department we made UK 1 cuiiktiuiuaii Fluiula Construction I was
ui gift by A. F. Wynn on behalf of Homeitead without. cost
following statement: 'It seems to cost "'11bl\ between Homestead for 25 years, died The Homestead city council Last year's figures were: total the post office staff. County Health I>" I throughout the all-day trial of
us, therefore adviiable to withhold Monday night at his home after valuations $4.773,618 real estate, the controversial rate! for hldTumt't' \
SHOOK:! end $39,000 sa8 CaptKnvmund : will tit II an adjustment board ; Among those present at the city council wn told
any comment on the chlln..eof : Vose. compan/; commander a two-year Illness. from 1 to 9 o'clock on the nextfour $4,083,045; personal property, ceremony wr Mrs Phillips, night by Dr. John wit appointed judge after
Mayor T E.
pollution reaching the bathing $692,873; Widows' and disability Kirby and Council
Mrs Livingston Miss Esther
The Rev. Frank L. Elvery and tered sanitarian.

beach until samples can be obtained pastor Monday nights to hear complaints exemptions $23,930; and home President J. T. Godwin disqualified
As an emt't'lenryure all Livingston daughter of Mr and According Dr.
during lime of high flow (three reading. and passage were of Homestead -Presbyterian on the) 1849 tax valuations. stead exemptions, $1,2(3,115, M..... Livingston.- sell Broughman, director I themselves and each council.
Church, conducted funeral I man In turn, refused to
e possibly September or October It services serve
voted
for an ordinance retonlru bureau of sanitation
la requested that during tin Block C B In Civic I Center AdcUlun; yesterday' afternoon in Turner Accepted Monday night from the survey to determine Still pending Is the "00,000 i

period normally of occur high about rainfall that, which'tIme This cbang..lke block 1 from I busl- I rhu el. Homestead I. O. 0. F City Tax Assessor W. B. Civet, Youngsters Put Pets Through }Paces, and the extent of against damage suit Police filed Chief by niankenun Wm.! FBrantley

of year personnel of your office tide buslii_and. residences to strictly lodge bud charge of service at the city Ux roll lids: real estate To Compete for Lions Club PrizesAbout lem. In remedial the negro section. and Policeman DonaldE. t
suggest/
the graveside In Palm Cemeteryat Sullivan for
obtain several set of samples a' and Improvement, 808,703, Action on the county Injuries In the
about the sample station* Naranja beating Originally named in the j
panic
personal property, $751,281; total, deferred until the next
THE WKATI1KK!
used by Mr. Sydow lot bacteriological : Mr Booth had engaged In the \ 25 children entered pets Judge to determine the winner Homestead has suit, the city of Homestead re*
Orraat" w..ueMaR w use enatenke $5,360,090. Widow. and dlsabll- Saturday in the second annual no I cently was dismissed lefendant.
analyses' Judge were Dr. John W. De as a < <
r.Wrawnt , plumbing business here until his In the section
Homeitead'i septic tank locates m.Nm. heea.a rmw.Ca tty exemption are estimated at pet show and parade held by the Mill), M. H, Gallatln, Mn Lloyd cept negro George F. Knight of MlI -
on vacant municipal property <. M...| Mill. |I-;n.r:-|KlltulyW ,> -Illness He was a member of the $38, 40, to leave a balance ofUJ24.050 heads of the school system's Diets! and Oeo. N Wakefield older construction with ami, Blankcnbeck'i attorney, hal
fronting on Lucy sU,, n short distance L.! .... ,._. SI 71 3003 Episcopal Church In Grand In taxable property for'Homestead and Redland play Homestead Principal E. B. Black (Continued on Page I filed an appeal against this ruling
east of S. Krome ave July 29 . 92 68 2D97! Rapids, Mich., and of the local 194D Homestead exemption, estimated ground program, Untimely rain, burn was announcer to the elate supreme. court.
drain. lie overflow water into i' July 30._ 94 60 29,94 '73' Odd Fellows lodge. at $1,525,283 will not be which forced the performer to The Redland District Lions Club Aman IK New City Attorney In C. Haycockwas
ditch which empties Into th July 31 SS 71 :1090 .04 He Is survived by his wife, the deducted. until the mlllage for show under store awning on contributed the prises: $3 for lit At Prescription a'I assisted In prosecuting the
Homestead, or North Canal. The AUK 1 88 69 2995 .97 former Miss Grace Umphrey ,bf computing the bond and interest Flagler ave., cut down the number place; $1 for second place; and I case by Henry D. Carr of the :Mi
$250,000 Ba)front Park and beac Aux 2 ..89 09 3002 Homestead, and a son and fa fund It figured from the $5,824,050! I of participant j $1 for third place The winners II. A. Aman, Jr., son amt law firm of Hubbnrd and
will be located at the mouth o, Aug. 3 90 68 3008 daughter by a former man-lag balance. Audience applause helped the (Continued on Page Four) and Mrs. H A Aman of Carr. The defendant was repra-,
."..".. canal. nine tulles' Bost o i,, -- on Monday began/ his aented by Knf.ht
Homestead. pharmacist at Glades ' I I Called as wltnesse were C ,n*
Objections of county comml Shop. Mr. Amen his stable Pete Morgan and Police-

I loners and county health authorl: Hospital Will Add Cport hildren's Unit and 6all :More Beds former Mba Vane loan Sullivan who placed the de
ties tithe potential danger ui Homestead and their fondant In Jail, Chief Brantley
pollution from this source \ err daughter. Diane, are Mrs. Blankenbetk, Mri. Helen AI
by Homestead's consulting their home at .4 N. W. bright and H. C. M. Foster and

engineer. UI..._... S ydoa.. x,tl, .. An alumnus of W N. Hammock, who, effected
port of analyses he had mode by Lacking funds (or a new wing citizens and taxpayer of the'lity sort of material and sup Mrs. E. t, Dyal, Homestead I those doctor using the hospital.; School, Mr. Aman was the defendant's release from Jail,
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the University of Miami of wale. director: of city-owned Jarrtes of Homestead and all of the cltl- plies. tree i of the "management of the hospital from the school of and Blankenbeck. In rebuttal
sample taken from various stations Archer Smith Hoapital have ions In the large area this hospttal J, D. Redd gave outright the W. O. Talbott. Perrlne area. Itself; and of the personnel who University of Florida in arguments, Sullivan, Brantley sod
--which stated that no evidence planned change' In the present serve will" be keenly interested five acre of land upon which the A, D, Fogle, Naronja-Princeton have by their effort mad this fore coming to Homestead, Blankenbeck were recalled toOh!
of poUutlon had been found building that will supply additional in I more detailed itatemenV or hospital was built. area possible. The board of directors associated with De ion stand.
At a conference between'> bed spio w well as a unit resume of the operations of this The building, supplies and all R. Chandler Florida City area set the policies for the operation, Drug Store in The tint witness was Constable
and county officials here June 17 for children, Luther L. Chandler hospital Therefore, the directors fixture. are the property of the L L. Chandler Goulds area. but to the management U due the HaUlday'i Apothecary In Morgan who stated that lie was
thli report of Sydow's WAS read state la a dlnsjUr1 report submitted have decided to enlarge considerably ) city of Homestead In setting Carl Deden, Homestead area. credit for the hospital's paying onvtll, called to the city police station
up
but It was suggested that the to the city council Monday upon the details of th'an how best this hospital could be A. to the policies and operations Ita own way and remaining on a I It about t:30 on the afternoon of ''
drainage from the septic tank bt night nual statement and with ;-Jhls operated it was at that time decided It wss decided that all solvent bash The director of, Jan 7 to see Blankenbeck who ; .
diverted from the North Cary By turning come of the private statement to give the previous that the city of Homestead charges should be as low as possible this hospital.are not paid a salary i SECOND wanted to wer out a warrant
to the Florida City Canal to insure rooms into aernlprlva'rooms' year for comparison, would not engage In the management yet sufficiently high to for their ,,",It'll1\ Is .timely! against a woman on a county y
no danger of contaminationfrom six more beds can be added, he It may sound like aelf-ptalse' and operation of the hot actually!; maintain and operate the her to comment on the fact the I' trsfflo violation. Morgan said he y
that source The city her said.. The cbildi, en's unit U to be but the officers, director, J!and pital 'but would lease It to the institution to give the belt service Dr. Robinson moved Into this I EXHIBIT talked to Blankenbeck who walked,
ana the first project of the hosp'tal'! community and has rendered t$ the ,'., an'a
cleaned out Its septic tank personnel of this Institutionfeel community a* a whole; and thatIt possible We are proud to report over " unoccupied
the manholes of the sewer lines. I auxiliary. organized lift winter. that they have a right to be .Very would be run by a board of that despite all the economic upset great sea-vie "personally' la helpIng FRIDAY AUG. I ear, parked across the street from
However when Dr. John DeMfltv i Ala I included In the Improvement proud of this Institution an4 4 certified sanitarian of the count *_esUmsted to coat at lent service which it render the entire from the various areas which line this hospital was In W4 an additional wing was I when asked if the car belonged
health unit appeared before th IMOO: -will be Improved toilet community. We point with pride the hospital would serve. These opened it h..*maIntained Itself built which to known a* the 'west A second mango exhibit to him. According to the con ,"
city council Monday night t. facilities for colored empo! >oes. to certain accomplishment which directors were elected at a meeting paid all of !its bill and adjustedthe wing and gave us six more beds,! held by the Florida Mango stabli'i testimony Policeman Sullivan
check on work done to di\er I Stressed in the report Is the we believe speak a volume. for of local people who were charges from time to Urn so a new kitchen and dining room for, on Friday, Au,. 12 In \ then came up and Blanken-
drainage the Florida CIty canal fact that 'hough\ the hospital a the Institution principally Instrumental In building that only a reasonable cash operating the nurses;, an enlarged nursery, to permit submission bock mad a profane remark
the city had not yet git aroundto I WPA project financed by donation First, It U a human Institution, the hospital balance, together with a one utility room, one storage varieties of the fruit for about parking meter and Sullivan
that and had no immediate *,. has operated nn a non-profit run as such, and a* one patient reasonable amount for new equip room and a. living room for the eration of the variety arrested him. Morgan said h*
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of Homestead
plans. I bans with rates lower than- hos* in the hospital expressed ft, we The city paid ment and repairs would be accumulative nurses. The money for this wing report Mrs. W, J. Krome thought Blankenbeck.: "wis goingto
Councilman I. T. Godwin, sanItation of other ,hpspiUli cf the area, it have tried to run a hospital that $100 per year for the leas, and M the statement will wit raised by additional private ber of the committee. make a pn." at Sullivan, ao
has
committeeman, said yesterday ', hit operated' within Its budget make every patient feel upon the hospital wai to be and show. donations and material and supplies be no i-egistratlon fee for each of the officers seized one of
there was "soma conftt- jnd has even built up a small entering that every person'cares been operated entirely financial on I non-aid This hospital stand from from* various: sources together hibit which will be the defendint'i irma and propelled *
basis with
slon" among the council members ream fund as to whether or not h* recovers. profit no scratch with no surplus fund and with portion of the cash forum members and their him across the street to the
on the subject He indicated Tit management praised!, in and concern I Ie given 14 hour of or responsibility on (h* parf of credit. A comparison of this hospital reserve which had been built up. In th*'Hollywood; A merle police station Ai they passed the
that action might be team at :a the report for two yean baa the day, all year long to every the city of Homestead except with other built during the TIle hospital i Ie now starting Its gion building at 221 N. telephone, Inside the station
and certain
that light, water,
meeting In the near future been headed by Mrs. F U. Wells detail of welfare and comfort extended lame period shows them to be tenth year of service the community Entrant* are advised Blankenbeck tried to break loose
be
maintenance to
who trained In to the patient ground were hopelessly Involved financially in I : The community U growIng ipeclmenti are required with the avowed Intention of
superintendent the This has all I
BENEFIT GAME RAIDED OUT Massachusetts General Hospital in There are certain factor that supplied by city. debt, and yet charging more for the population ha Increased an exhibit and that telephoning, but Sullivan told him "
Another date will be st (of Boston and did supervisory enter, into the story of thli Institution been don*. I their service than are charged In and additional expansion I* goingto should "be provided for that h* could phone later when j
the James Archer Smith Hosp,.ui! teaching there fur four yean. The hospital was built" The present board of director' this hospitalWe be ltfssary before very long and tasting by the h* had "cooled off', Morgan laid.Th .
benefit ball lame. ays Mi,.*zee> The report in full follows: early In 1140 and opened Aug. *, Is u follows: repeat again this hospital ai this "hosplUl continues to take information sheet on the I constable Aid It took additIonal -
Ceo. S. Skill, becaus the doubleheader It4!). It wu financed onethirdby Dr. Carl F. Robinson, RedUndltM I Ie In the black and not In the car ef all the business that the of the fruit li to be filled force to put Blankenbeck
benefit pan announced The Jame. Archer Smith Hos WPA. through the city of I red. This was no accident. H Is community will supply. W* havea the exhibitor. AU fruit 1 in 'th* cellQuestioning. .
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for 14 Saturday mgM lout, Inc., uVcusU I it* OUll'll'll Homestead and .two-thirds by Dr. i. A Smith, Homestead the result of long, hard never further problem In that the property Of the Florida I of Morgan by AU

wit rained out t, and director believer that th*j public donations given :(a' tttti area. ending 'atlork of Dr. Smith.and (Continued f on Pug Three) forum, |I (Continued oa Pag! TW'.)Lrl .








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Auen!' f ">. 1949I
Friday l
1 PJI"I': Two HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE: _
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ear, and .as. he went beck out the fact that Blankenbeck had not Morgan grabbed his arms and pointed to the fact that the WHITE' ADVISORYCOMMITTEE I
LEUKEMIA' FATAl 1 BlankenbeckCoMfawed en the street Mrs Paul Ueaa .been placed under MM bond hurtled him acMas the street U prisoner attempted to telephone to
said thai aae ..a "walrhaii". the i when retard.. to Hammock, bul the tail where he _id he at- ret aid for his small children left HERE !
( tnm pies dial I ydanpiNea llkl... heat. .M She that he came to trial voluntarily.I I t.P'0\ UN the telephatM. K! jMttenOd In the car and AId FOR
TO BETTY HAYS tonaty KnsjM .u ftt tut the p/Moas'e scUll in letting MM Under questioning." Brantley saM. the t.. small children wren alas. tMt Blankenbe k becoming tea-,
.uamrt that I rflsgiinbecsi s had fan Md turmtH M the that Sullivan did not strike thspriaoner. in the ear After he had bean pelta perils after being tell in the cell HOSPITAL
e He-mr"lcac1 I schoolmates andnrightxirt stank no orb MS* **l the defendant's wed erwwlie r an ansapt :1 I and flatly denied any the eall he testified. Mortar. which the police: department de- NEGRO I
right arm apparently attract outside attontiM. to get threat of physical violence! tcBUiUteiibttk came back and ipologized" foihsf airiest put a t burn ng cigarette NEW 'lkU4L
'" of nine-year-old BettyJovcr WM .uninjured when graaped by' aid for the children, M Sullivan I, ....... he WM a...... pert In the aflaar. and asker between two mattresses and Formation of a white advisorycommittee
Hay were saddened then Moriaa ta aseMtog. Sullivan. to had gone out en cefla and nepottce tog He described the stick wttt Btenktobeek not to bold Mm re- tamed on the water to attract to help negroes of the
week by news el her death Tuesday make the arrest were ta the station. KnighTa which the priaeoer's arm wa4 -..... ittentton to his pttcht area In construction of W-bed

m Cleveland. O. hospital Second to the witness chair was questioning of the patrobnM I broken aa a board about -..,- The slefeiksaajt taM he turned Knight pointed out that the Dacota Memorial Hospital, now
Ik 1Iy. second daughter of Mr Pieman SvWvan who testified brought out the statement that one-and-one-half Inches wide and on the water to wash his hand struggle between Brantley and under way at Goulds was announced
rust, I ]Mrs Irwin Hays of Kef.ley,, the be bat been a B-Iaakenbeck'i arm was notbroken N Inches .... and aowe ene ye ied, Turn thy aiiaaasilurk must. have takenpMWthin yesterday. by John PNeafsey .
< > and Homestead became III of patrolman Ana Apr .11--1 I when Sullivan went rot At thle potat. Attorney IMghl water off. aa "I Just M ten to M aecond. for temporary chairman :
'I. ukfmia when the family went corroborated """ 111"! the broom and that Brantley win I petitioned for deimissal ef an four her go." i to have' occurred while Sullivan Serving with Mr. Neafaey are y
i..rth Ihr lest of May. IIMI IM! the fcctdenla leading tip to BlsokenbecM -I I I the ..I, person with the prlaoner .. charges against the prisoner fei: When MMvM snacked hit WM getting the boom and I Dr. C F Robinson, Or Francis
was at mice pltced under the arrest, and said thatthe In the patrolmant absence. Brant- lack of evidence. Judge Turnei cell dent, > EIe kenbe k Mat he dWMed that Breathy aniseed a Uncota. Geo. H. Cooper Luther
core of fpeclillsts' prlaener. attempted to fret Ie, was not In uniform M the I refused AmI" the charge Brantley entered. attacked: ha the cell to punish the priaenee.. L. Chandler. John W. Campbell
Funeral nervier,> will, be.d iaNi .himself to use the telephone, Urn othe Incident, Sulliva I of using profane language, destroying > and hit Mm three' time with till He elated that the Florida saw I and the Rev. Harley A. Core.
gley at 2:10: Uili a/.ecn.n. necessitating extra loree" to aid. I city property and dla. ., tick, agamst which he raised .his prohiWts the fogging .f prfcoiwr* the colored executive commit
Mr Hayi. farmer and product place him to the fell. He taatiftod When called to the stand turblng the peace and reserved arm. SulltVan came up behind! and provides for ulmtail ..*-I.I ... rasnpased of Arthur Mayi
1 liner, and M,.. Hays and their that he toolr Blank.nb.cksdriver's Brantley Mid that he had been : ruling on the charge of resurtlni Bran tie, and struck the prisoner elute and discharge of mite era Neal Sherkteford and Gerald '
license to obtain the 'ITERATOR ., l'
dmily had spent many winter I Homeatead police chief since arrest He agreed that the attempt a glancing blow beneath hit right cers found guilty ot the often** I risky. H being aaristed also by ONLY THE
,o>i nuldi' before they bought Decenary tatonriaUoo to book him Feb. IT IN* He sated that when I" use the telephone did not appear -I eye and cursed him Blanken He pointed out that SuHrraa hadbeen I iDr. J A. Smith' chairman of I
it r i (present' home at 170 N. Md that he took alao the prisoneri ailed to the Jail by Sullivan, ht to be ""'nce. I beck Uitfied. AJ he was sweeping ; convicted ot awash. a4(11M........ 01 dinetort, and Mrs. STAYS S SILENT( LASTS LONGER"I
Blankenbeck ,
Ki, me aver a few yean ago. i snatches M appeared found the cell .nkle-d.., in When called to the wJtneai out Ott' water, the defendant Watery in the caae of Art McKee -I I ixe WtUt and Mrs. Marion Bernerker. -
Hetty (me' *, ttartii her Oat, 'very oxdabla"SutUvan water and "every mattress 1 ,' chair, Mrs Blanktnbeck Mid thai MH, he WM dmonlsffd by the city rwtsnrasa* pool awnger. I| public 'health nurses. I
f.1.; mre Miters. Jean Bafnt/ ,: MM he went out on could see" on fire. when her husband was arrested I chief: .1.work I like yeti are Ketttei and that he had Bet been Fkllem hendred persons attended B f rt t '
'- .I i and Connie, sad a bes her, petrol bit WM aped back to the When' he entered the rail unlocked he had their two elder chlldrtak paid for It", and to his plea for discharged I by the Hty a. this" the first of a series of '
Dubbv station where taund the Jail .U by Sullivan the chief ..MJ 1 Roddy, four yean of age and. medical attention to hia arm ease, the city te ftflty e* nark Dldfaahannnt barbecues held Sunday -
---y flooded with water and cot mettreoee the prlstr.tr attacked him, and Harry, 20 months, in the car with Brantley repUed, "Get te work' genre and inina'atM Md he at the hospital hate for benefit 1,
on fire. He teatifled he he grabbed Blankenbeck by the'; him. After friends took charge ol or IH be your doctor In about defendant If the eiuneid. party of the cenatructton fund.
4 MRS. BERNARDI! ordered the prieener to put out throat and struck him three times I. the children she Mid, aha went Dye minutes! Brantley also Knight barged The walls are non, up. The h.'.(..
the fire and tvm off the water with a window prop which he I I back to the cell to talk to her choked him while he was workIng '. la rebuttal City Attorn ay Haycock work la being done by donated
but was told by Blankenbeck that picked Up out n the water. in the husband who asked for ", ..tch""prwwnabl1" the defendant testified charged the defeadJItft attorney colored labor under a paid white b
TAKEN BY DEATHMrs be wai. going to "burn dew t ejsnt" acul/le. The tint lick he dearrlbeda I I to smoke a cigarette Blankenbeck Mid ,that when with attempting to put the tupf'fYtIOr- 9

.I. After returning. from a light blew" about the head, Upon permission from Sullivan his relay bad been effected, his. police chief Md .the pilinmsa Besides aalicitmg donationi of
another tail. SulUvaa paid he and the second aa striking the I she went the street and material the negroes
Florence Mary Bernard I across brother told Mm that it would on trial rather than Btenheahtck.Ht labor
,
CD "I i re *,t Michael It. Bernard! found the water slit flowing and right am ot the prisoner who to the drug store and bought' thtmatches cost him (300 so he went back in claimed that ever effort has are attempting to f'nance the, )
of Honda I ( City, died Monday the malUtMe* burning ae he then acceded to bar order to"tweep I I which she delivered to the cell and refuted to leave until been made by "the press" to put I protect by a pUn for tomato i .9
,,, called Brantlty. out the mess" I i her husband Sullivan told her to to authorize the canner"len :
n :hl In June Archer the mistake wai explained. He the chief on trial lad'ed grower
I
IK,"i-ltal. after short The chief told him to open the Brantley 'teitintd that fire damage I I leave the cell so she went up into sated' that he wanted to drive his that during BraDUr,', tenure of to give all or part of the returns ,
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j a llv was sent to IJftI"1 cell door, the policeman Mid, and to msttres.es and blanketiamouated the fire hall from whence she saw I own ear for )Iha purpose of goingto I office there has been .lees crimem from the "field ripea" to :
P T.nn Wednesday for the topelb broom, bleb wai to H7. He aaid t'j,: Sullivan and "some other ", an"' 1 the hospital to get treatmentfor Homestead thai in other mu the hospital fund.
: .'ivlt-ei, and burial. I kept In the front of the fire station. and the prisoner than swept enter" Blankenbeck'f cell and bin arm nl..1a tlet.
While out of this the water' together after which : ." I I !
light en heard them 'give him a beating He T
1 In addition to her husband Under crosi-txamlnatlon by After Judge Turner pronounced arm to permit It to be act,
) errand, Sullivan aid he heard he telephoned BUnkenbeek'a em1ployera J
( blows, the staled
heard the
She
Carr Blankenbeck denied fineor said after the setting, the
: Mi Bernard I leaves s son. Robert I I I"Don't Attorney the original sentence of lleo that"
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the aoundf of scuffling In the cell at Alpine Grove Dairy and her huiband'i voice crying,
of and that he had attempted to the broken bone slipped out of poItton
1 H"Mion Florida City, I ten days In jail on charge
and returned to find the prisoner H. C. If. Totter the prlaoner'i ;
hit agslnl"H J
I..I'i flare of me break loose from the officer and of destroying city property: he necessitating an Incision! towire
i : 'b': op.c: subdued. There tar ne fight between half-brother and employer, and C M. Foster testified that '6
j K i im.! ' and t'1, that It required the combined: permitted the defcdntt attorney the bones together A hotpiUl I
: Mi Mditde Holll>ter of Brock- him. and DUnkenbeck and W. M. Hammock came to the jail' upon hla coming to the (jail Brant- effort of the two W put him In to Introduce evidence of extenuating and surgery bill of $131 and
neither hit the oilier, the police.man and after being ahown the dam- of the !
ley advised him h.r'lIel.lnn
j \die Ontario, Canada.. Blankenbeck1 the cell Ht denied also that h.h.d circumstances which a doctor bill of SIM were incurred .r
,, MM age they Mid that his half-brother and Mid hit either officer, but reaffirmed caused reduction of the fine to , he Mid and Blankenbecklost
When cross-examined by "had got what he deserved", the I I I that Blankenbeck had been "rais
that Sullivan had struck {50. Knight told ot delay from two weeks time and had to e
s! Knight Sullivan Mid Blanken chief testified. I ing a lot of hell" and that ht had and tint had beaten in cast Tor"tI.
I him Brintley Jan 7 to 10 for treatments to wear Otis arm a
THfa beck told him that the two small In ever-nminatioa of BranUley.
him". Foster
WAFT -to beat hell out of
1 1t him with the stick and later bad reduce swelling in BlankeDbeck'i weeks.
: a Blankenberk children were In the _! Attorney Knight brought out I Mid that the stick with which the I choked him He denied 'boasting: I
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-- prisoner had been beaten wai ,
to Brantley of running the police I
t I, again In use ai a prop in the nil i eut of some Florida town and of,
window, and that Its "mtasur hit service In the Marine Corps. GenuineBuickPontiac Now you can frt the famous
I was about one by four by 36 Inch I Questioning by Attorney Knight Serve! Gas IterrJt'ltoi-tlle:
... He testified the chief told him brought out the fact that Blan only refrijorntor that sUyi
: Two years Old "When I tell somebody to da' kenbeck had served II months In silent,last longer. I la reeling
something I mean for him to do* 'I the Marine Corps and had seen '. system bat no moving part
It or I wIlT beat hen out of him.
Guam,
In Guadalcanal
Blankenbeck showed roster hii war duty Parts ,Just a tiny fa* flame doe tbwork. .
Okinawa, Elnwetok and other .
swollen arm and Mid that he had :
Pacific battle grounds.
Ifi been asking &for medical attention j In rebuttal testimony Sullivan Two million families haveServelGasRefrigcraton.Msny '.
i roster Mid.Mrs. denied that he had struck the
IfJ Albright testified that, prisoner and Brantley testified Service All'Makes have hid theirs. 18 and SOyean.

J We opened our door for business! two Blankenbeck had had sandwiches that he did not see the policemanhit .Tory My"Pick Servel.
and "three or four been" at Leo Blankenbeck. The chief also It nays noiae-frre, wrar.free."
years ago, 4\or. 2nd. Bemecker'i store here she was' denied that he hit the defendant GM Cars Serve! brings you every new
employed, but that he did not while the defendant WM seated on food.keeping convenience,too?
I We hue enjoyed a steady Increase of "- appear Intoxicated when ht left the cot and war offering no resistance. Expert, Com ate it today.
the place shortly before the police\ . factory-trained

business, and hare added and will con incident .' In summing up the case for tile I ," .. '
After a two-hour ream city Attorney Carr asserted that Mechanics Gas-Oil Produclslnc
time tot add .WW equipment "tof' lunch W. N. Hammock, ot. + o
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'' ?-j"'. ..* 4rV+'k N'' p 4' ave pttryjwcalled 1 i fendant? td W WaJroTWotaiclrH Jft 'I'r " "Of 110rl" 'r't'

our ten'ice to'7OU.. We have ettablishrd I stand Hammock testified who had used profan'ty! resisted Thane ell Homestead, FU.IWHO .
Br.nU.)' had telephoned hint UwlBlankenbeck .' arrest and dettroyed city prop- i.; Paint and Body
a sound reputation for rood bad Mt the mattresses arty He held that Blankehbeck'iarm :
on Hrt. jnd turned on tile. was broken In an attack on Work
service and fair dealing. water and had been Nye.In Chief Brantley who hit the prison

We thank you for making all thin kenbeck ruly. The"winted chief Hid to fight"that Blan when er He with claimed a suck that In the self defendantset defense UpholsteryFurniture P .t

the cell door was opened and fire to mattresses and flooded t
.
: possible by your patronage Brantley had to use the stick )0 his cell with water because ht and IceBox t5 PTC.PUTCO TO
: subdue him according to H.IIImock' was "mad and not because htWM Refinishing [ 1 HAfc/E BEEN THE OLDEST :#
statement Hammock attempting to attract eutsidt a HUMAN'\ WHO EVER ,'i
quoted Blankenbeck a. saying\ attention to, his young children I'orcclainizing UIVEDVH 'IJ.1.
that "they" came back there and i..
who were left without care In the '
II> beat hell out of him Under ques ? .
family car. He asked the court "
Honing Hammock Mid that Blankenbeck for conviction\ of the defendant onall h.. .: I ,
1 returned to his cell four counts. rI t. ; ANSWER:
where he Mid he would stay unless
Trade Winds Dry Cleaners Knight attorney for the defendant METHU6ELAN(1d61i
he were permitted to drive ': yea)
fact
that the
charged .
his own car home Hammock Mid tHat a prisoner has constitutionalrights I We now have various models of : .,,
that the defendant '
It WM his opinion ," ,
has been overlooked by the
W W. .
Manager
Severy had been drinking Homestead police, and claimedthat Buick and Pontiac -- ..j
S. E. First Ate. Phone 162 Blankenbeck testified that ht
lack of discretion and good : WHERE CAN YOU GET
came to the police station seeking judgment on the part el Police 1 on our floOr and can make immediate delivery. TOP QUALITY DCVOE J
Morgan to swear .
Constable man Sullivan provoked the affair I'"TS'MATeRIALS: ?
out 1 warrant against a woman ,
He Mid that Blankenbeck had
driving.: After talking 1
reckless
for
come to the police station in anorderly ;
to Morgan Blankenbeck Mid he manner to file charge for 8M

You ought to be C of went the over womin'a to gtt car the and tog WM number accosted a traffic violation In the county Preston B. Bird Motor Co. j .II J
when Sullivan for
"looking
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remark about S. Krome al 5th SL Phone rill
made derogatory
W
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LEADBR-BNTERPRISE) Pile ThPH
HOMESTEAD
August 5 1949
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the people of thli I Tee haewtsg Is lit neaHrHl nrtati>a-rt rt Jema Archer froth Revs F. WtikrNorlnan MITCHELL GETS \
lit acbxitiu tp NEW MINISTERTO
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( from Page One) cityAt the last meeting of tk* board M>Mora>llt4 le ifcr4l. IMIlewlet TWO VICTORIES[
of directors, after checking met y I LEAD GOULDS The sew I. WUItffdM ilonMn.
SATURDAY In '
FOR
ostd arenow
building equipment .
'
. clams
the amn al aUHmant and *>kin| .C of Tlce Metholl.t J
their tetti and naturally' aredepreclittog i _- HMMM1S8 .. .babvJlromle .
year Into consideration the expersMewiUM In pelieoU -- Me Norman and their ) OaAVDS .
CLUB AWARDS' We eetHnat that\ JuiwUal and iU rew4 (4kcMi .._...... .----:1 ='' : BIBLE SCHOOL[ arrived Monday to spendS Wednesday Itf 1tPNOfI fight Mitchell '
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from' hare. on ten )per cent ot fee balance and reeagntajm t igreat rotlllt. (.apekl. "ulT.-:- nuiaeameal, monUk with Mr. Norman par. d downed lime * AI H......
total .receipts. of this hospital will need for enpenston. ydrtaUalng pNiento't.hphuoeeals, pay fetationcommuslon The Rev, WaUo K. Wood "nta, Mr. and Mr X. J. Merman Thomas tUewed the losers only f
The cherished dolli of Homed be required to take ear et re.a we did not have the I .. m -.. M4U) 3 7.01 euperlBtenoent of city mlaeJons During hi May In Home-teed five hit* fMoeU Skies lashed
$: and Redlmd Playground ........ wa .... . fUf.il to erect a complete nevi for the Miami Baptist AasoolaUon.U Mr. Norman will preach at tw* out a Mm MM toe Uto) ell U)
errs wall compete tomorrow ft* The people In the area servtf wing K'wai voted to make em,' Total rewtoU __-tN..IO' t57HUt serving u acting pastor 01 local churches, the Flat Methodist the fifth. BMner and John Delta
; cash prIMa donated by the Homestead by this hospital "e feel>. hou* chang in the prwent buUdini I '", Oould Baptist Chureh since the Church next Sunday evening and each collected three hit for lbs
Business '
and Professional the Homestead Paeabyterae
know and plan for that day which will coil a minimum ol DUbunemrnl*) victor
i Women Club. Contestant* between 11,800 and doubtleaa eonalderlbb' superintendent, I allIIIP", P0a + Church the tw* fottowtormornlngt ..ad.y
Ute new Mure when this hospltil I Salaries ( titk ,.w hi Mitchell picked up another win
the age of ilx and 18 in 4 runth* In 48 ,
mom before completedThia \ .
MIlt pe vftfMnnOfi again egulsrrlyi N with I 1..1 victory over
asked to bring their entrlei to nurses, II Friday
2 r employed Doth the mhtbtet and
of this leapt i will supply additional UK.) young V T W. Uoy4 Field and FrancliSklner
The old
the Redland District Newt buildIng part Mll-ln nurse, 4 kitchen and clean
tram
between I and II clock Saturday wpi| the additional wu g eofitfucted ( > apace by converting some of t h.prh.ale Ing stall) _ __..._,__.__n.l'U2 8.7108.31Total his Southern wife College were graduated lu June" of 1148 each lashed out a heave
morning I In 1 tell now bag i 19-bed rooms Into wedpriestsw \ Fee run for Mitchell J B. Clonlnger
At 1 o'clock, cash prlrM of $1 Capacity wkh HgtV bassinets. that we will then have a total Anaestheala' ___' .______ 1.131. 2,111MXray He U a grtduite ot Redland! High pen Don and Red Dem earls
for flnt place and It for rectmd We have a cmnplele VMivear of 21 bed In the hospital.\ Thli tech, ,___'''__'_ 1.8UO 1.'ISI.80 Mrhool and ."rin.he war eerved' garnered three hit for MltckeU.
I. will Include pediatrics unit supplying tech.-_ _. 373.23 In Alaika defeated
Lab. '
place will be awarded for seven room, operating room emergent'room for IIIri. ..=:: 31600 m: ( Monday night Horn
three bed for ehUdcetlhs Surub nurse aid
clauses of doll the oldest, the x-ray facllltir. oxy VJ-W 7-t M John Karcn
*- I electrorardliram) ... ._._ 31000 311001
KKQl (
James. Archer Smith hospital two
I most beautiful" the beet homemade faHUtics, Incubators (one cons ( Special nurae, day labor ,.:...._ 131U .78 It Rudolph Qotatnan, HlI'neetelid John Yudlnsky each banged
the one "lth best foreign phtte with oxygen) for newborn, Auxiliary has adopted for\ lit first Dookkceplng accounting services,._ en." iTiREV real estate broker, grandion. lone hilt for the victor Rudy Crty
major project: the JurnUhing and of the earliest pioneer to the to V. t WRUndlnn
costume, the moat unusual the I and are let up for general medical give up only mix WU '
best character doll, and the bent I and surgical/ care There li III equipping of this pedialrua; unit),i Total fee .. _...._...__..$ 3,75111 ., ti2e district and graduate of Unlvet-
collection of dolli.REDLAND splendid and close conporitlcm It will also make pomible Improved Linen and laundry ally of Florid; Dr. Frincli 9, W U OB PetMitchell
I between our hospital and! the toilet I facilities for the: Laundry ._._____ 1.331.03 a.2JUCI Lincoln of Subtropical Fxpert .1 1 .U*
other hoi-plUU and medical facilities colored employee New linen .._____ ...._... 288.18 ItlUlI anent SUUnn. I native ot _. I 4 212 .100 J
BIBLE I throughout the county. both These.. Improvement and addle I Mending .____ .._-...+........ 101,13 . 1\.00\ chuattu l -and an n'r V Horne T W. H".0 I I .000

public and private The James. I tlonal bed capacity will hive linen 4 laundrjr....,..._.__.427.08;: ; : (2,8S0'8 fenmylvanla State College anal
Archer Smith Hospital Is recognleed utlllred every square foot of space Drugs .. ._ ..._,.... # 3.1111.1I. 18el// University of California, and t
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SCHOOL SLATED by the American Medical'I and will be a complete mitigation Surgical supplies ...'" ...___,___.._ 2 1.010 IS 01,731,1. W, Burton Homestead tax consultant Iknuon Electric HMPhilco
Association and the American of the entire hospital\ to Us fullest X-ray repairs and Mipplie\ _....._.$_. .31.15 .31.11 I- WALDO K WOOD a former resident ofIthaca
The Rev. Martin R. Davis, Hospital Association H Ind minimum] u..*.. After that any Grocerlei _. .. -----.-.U17.I' 1 0,311.(1 N Y, who holds' a med.lee's Appliances
pas.ter resignation of the Rev II BReynold andcommercial
additional beds other fioiUtle degree in accounting ..
or
farmed Miscellaneous expense
been
; will vacation be dean Bible of achno I'oneweekdaily ) to begin the There James has Archer recently Smith IlcupltalAuxllliry will require expansion new buildings Telephone ..._._.... -__ 288.71 111.21 .. law from Del Moines rrinrete. n .u *'

I electrical, plumbing, Under the direction of Mr.,
equipment, etc. Repair! ( Commercial College
\
Monday morning at Redland I which It an orannl"p'lion ___... ._.
The board ot director lOX 10M. carpentry) .. 288.1111 35000 Wood, I one-week dilly vnr tlonBible
Community Church The lenloni composed, of clllwns from an Invitation to the city of llomm'staid Cleaning and paper luppllesSupplies .___. 32UO 018.17 school wlU bruin In three\ ,1 1
will be held from II to 1130: a. I this area whono primary obJectives bought from previoullllpt. 1..40.00.
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officials and all rent- hour at 130: Monday
Its aeatloni
m. A picnic I I. ilitcdor Aug. 13. to further facilitate the hoi-; Office lupplles, chart /forms, bank
Mr. Davl will be assisted by j pllal and to old In Itf future dents of the entire area to come charges, stamps, etc ..._ _....... U81.11 1.0611.211 /morning. The athool li open to Fried Chicken :
.
letteracquainted of the four to 16 e
the following department superintendents problems of nnnclng and., other and visit the hospital to get youngster j
I with the oM>ratlon* ...__ _. .. group
: Mrs, Marlon E Wilson affair Mrs Ida TibbiU li \he Total mine expense 2 8,887.8$3256.53 '
this ind and personnel In view of the Non-operating expense Mr. Wood will direct a revival ;
of auxiliary
intermediate Mrs. Thin IIQilggs president AT ITS REST
:
and shutters,<\ 78144 eOI30 for the church the
I records of iccompliiihmenU Painting and new jJt meeting during
Mr John CrlRg, the'board of director ot this hoc-j/
junior; i
New and furniture li I.2T2.l2" 1.221 e8 i iPacso's
facilities offered that a equipment ty week of Au, 31.25Improvement
and Mis Dclorci l Foals, pith) li grateful to this organisation we urge 1 IHmilU too} .
primary Hot
,greater" use of this hospital be Insurance!'.. ... ;.< yt *- ._ 4 781.JI. \ ", 782110 ,
beginner for ill help and we innrtend| to where deposits I
Adjustments patients ;
made by all the people In the Club
were mad or Insurance
area reimbursed .._...._ -. ... _._ 44567 B61S4Caul
Homestead Juniors and Midgets\ Title statement would not be + Theme of Lions' PanelA Farm House Restaurant I

II I complete without rommenting Total non-operating exTotBlJdnburaementi .$ S,240.8> ' ,"f p
i Champions of Southern I DivisionHomestead > upon the untiring effoiU of Or, .,:&_'S ..n5.$57.457.911\ : panel discussion In the Red 313 N. Flaxler A\c. Homestead : i t.
J, A. Smith, for whom this hospital land District Lloni Club Tuenliy
was named, and without on hand and Inban.r'Marl'I'. 194' T>< VOn night I led to the decision that the

playground junior Lewis, horse shoes: Dutch Dirts, whose leadership and effort in humid .._. _'"'' ,.__.._ _I 81927 thing that would bring anal Improvement
and midget! Softball trams have 25-yard dAsh and Joyce!'Rettiune\ lice beginning this hospital would First National Banka.020.B to the club would\ be Fine FurnitureCustom
won the Southern Division chnmp- Clrls: checker champion not have been possible We also Total available cash.. .848 M for members to know etch other, Fitzpatrick's
lonnhlpt and will compete for the, In the Junldr boy1 group'(lo return our thank to Doctors I better. Al Individuals end at commlttre -
Is statistical
The InformRtlon services renderedby
following on would then of \ and Other Woods
county-wldo title next Wednesday -i to 13 yean ot age: ) art: Jlcrbcrt I.I>lIonlnll\ Button who have the hospital; they co-op Built Mahogany .
at Shanandonh Park announces McKinney, home" shoes; ,Darn.ULeonhordt helped to' the same degree to Apr, I, 1B47 Anr I. "48 crate for, the public good, \It wu' Cabinet Week Chair ranlng Keflnlshlng
Director Paul 1. Worley I checkers: Freddy make this Institution a success. I .. r ;! to Mar. 31, |&4S to Mar.31, KM* decided Car. Mwsrn Dr .. Redland Rd rn.M ...-, -
The team will play the North Llnke ping pong: Jim Shaw hop In closing please bear in mind Number patient days _'___ 3IRQ! 889(1( Serving on the panel werei: ..
Division champions, the Horace step end jump; and Dominic that this hospital U open to all Hospital patient admitted ____ 888 tiTS -- --- -- r ,
Mann Juniors and the OpaLoikaMidget niondo and Herbert McKlnncy.40yard white cltizeni end for the use of Adult deaths ?._ .L..L 2/ 14 '
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three-legged race. registered physicians of Dade Rabies 'born alive::_... : :.... 168 18010S5 \'
Slhools Southern
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II 1 I Babies stillborn _.__.___ I I
Division are Hialeah, Miami Junior girls' champion are: County'. In comparing records tX4 Baby deaths ._,_...____- I t Feel Refreshed I
Silver \ e., etc, also be reminded .
Springs Sylvanl Height. Jane Thurmnn ping pong'Kath.; pen Out patients treated __. B4l '
Bluff South Miami Perrlne, Red- erlne Myers horse shoes: Ruth that this hospital ha never dinned Cost per day per pallent. 'IUT $13.CJ
land and Homestead\ Lee chetktfn; Katherine Cnnnitandlng ilnre the day that It was openedand Operations

To win the division title, theHomestead brood jump! and Virginia it operate 'night and day Major4....-_ ..__., .,,...,a? 118 .. 81 .--
Sincere, Softball thtWThirtyfour every day In the year regardless Fanergencymajore"es,,. 81 ,'w' 1t
Midgets played off a of the local playground of holidays, conditions, storms or Minor . ........__..__ 134 74 Y
tie with Redland Tuesday night attended the two. otherwise\ X-rays made ......._.___.. :IDS! 456 f
and won 21-8 The Mldgcti have group }! .. Coal Off With.d6' .
a record of seven wins and one day camp Wednesday and Thursday . .,,.. ,,,.. ., '
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lorn, and the Junior have ,ix at Camp Richmond. : I j.. j" 'j\'l
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girls
wins and Ion (Playground 'I
,' Homestead a playground ChampIons '-' all-day i picnic* and swimming j ANNIE: >MAYHEW FITZPATRICK Brooks'lnc; : i

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World's biggest builder of rrucki that's Chevrolell Stops Underbody "

I ,l And Chevrolet volume helps cut productlor Rost Rattle and Rot X. and'rr en In the Redlands indicate how, we can,

I i o. 4 costs. . makes la possible bIgger truck va/vel/ at lower '. I fertilize more effectively during,wet summer months:

prices. That's why you get more truck for your money Applied under hood, fender, This company hu worked out a formula, which will,

when you buy Chevrolet Advance-Design trvcks. Come floor and chassis Keep. new I''
last longer In bearing groves, summer or winter. It Is
In and let vs. help you select the right truck fo ./our, car new and old car young

delivery or handling requirements j' Order'' your Karfcot, Job 'a combination where cyanamid plays a very important*

a ," 'I( DOW.. part. We will be happy to discuss with you this for ,

mula for use In your lime or avocado grove '
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pt.f.1o... -. -.,'r 'HOMEOTEAD '-,IAn1iltUlMT-! -----.. __ ;a .Rm1P......._ Fridiv", August' &-. 1940-- .1.
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The Redd drew bU automobile from "101.*. L L. Bow librarian I at, flfl HMMild W deported In Cooper WUMaM Bungar. Raymond iMn and mVfl* ire aHlnj
Left&r-Enterpriee 111I1I.nnn1ll1RIIIII lUIIIIRIU HorMtUad to th e Tamlaml TriO Honettoad'l munMpal library, II rerk..et. kkb! 1* one block wait BmMb! and Carney Frytogle starting to bits During thia MI)
e via Kronx ass . (eelebretlonoomlMftaa "rt'"ier of the eutataniMnf l ettfcen lit Roberl .... and a Mock south mm NEWS fisting sit Capt Ika Smith' boat. wait Iota arc lure to catch
hai1.d w uml for Ua ftWKial optotf cup! offered by Ole Homeatead 1 of S* *U, Pt. D* Mill, aald. At Say WMn. la Shark River oaufht flah. TM fWng. hai gas sy
20 Years Ago acbadulad toms' Labor Day II Lions Club to the person having lilt last Meettnc, t letter .ai read 241 snapper and rtdfiah. Bun.erha lag u0 c i4l dttoi>*Mp
........ .. .. K H. Oallaber, Henry MHebaU.E. pertonaed the meat real iorti I I from the Florida City town councO By PACtm and DRTITldea .. taught two )wfWi w.4.h4ng and UM bridges have been pa
It L Hook Gordon W. lv. and eerrke to the Redland Dlitrtd I
N .. Mew.1. y laWtthJ Homeitetd to help :' poundi and IM pounda. off with nice catche* oC anappcr
I .14wIII r1o6.o '...... ..... .. ,MHl.H Wm. J. Oeronlmo." during the fUr ending July II, flit'tat cockpit by using It a* II They rod teals will and yetlowUif. b 4 sounds 111IIII.U ((
,a..r.. lulu-I* M w lllwd -Mr. and Mr Andy Tarburg 1121.- duwp-'Tke.totoXU left dedaton to far T.nn"-A... '-11, Uva shruasd tar ban. bay*' W are. paying of(
**CItilMi M ....... "L..0.- .. IwMJw and baby 'daughter returned to "John W. Hunt, .M. died . at Sanitation. t7ommdtt Oman J. T. The full la back once with trtutAnnouncing sn4per. ',.:
.,. tir aw I.. I-r': .O...:'.:::: HomnUad , after a al.-e. .k hit home .In Florida Ot/ after. -a Oodwkn' whom It bad been re High Low' moon ..
fn a( and IJA m nAmen.IAI MH ... tl. IMk vacation In tuldlaren Holland short illness. ." farad Au,. (.. 644a.m. 11.41 ; .'
61AD . At aouvanin of Holland 11p.m.: : 1'1
T 1.clmpl bM .lIa,.. one sits lea time a day SANITATION to .YOUNGSTERS Aug. T_ 7:37a.m.: 1:10: a.m. ;r
.. .. III mnmlWlIlIlllIUllllUl1II{ 11U1 Andy brought back light pain lDpm: 1:23: p.m '
_t.maacktMom, of wooden show and It pounds (Continued from P'|: One) (teotlnoed born Page On.) Aug. I... 8.23am MS: .mass ,
b. Ia..../. ....... a iA'IU....., "KofftMtcad HW and haard 1Uirtt of superfluous arolrdupoU .." sanitation facUltlet ereatel the sod.tbMr entries war ai follow*! p m. 1:01: ,.m. ,
-II... I stn ( Ulklng inavlM Saturday "Faneral aenrkai for Chat. 7.Inpam. bulk of the problem" Dr. Je- Bert decorated t vehicle: Doretta Aug. I. BMa.nv: 1:11: a.m.
........rI.\.\..:.: : pew .LillM night at Semlnola Thaitre."County .." I '/. war .held. . at the Hilly said "That'' tola conditioncan Grant J 1:2.: p.m 1:11: p.m. "
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ts.M1 { pr CommlMloner 3. D. Ingram home to Silver Palm. be remedied la proved bjHorlda Bat dread. pet:: G.avlavsCluudlr.twa Aug.\ 10. j 8:48..m.: Mam.. ';
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City which within the kitten; Betty Han 10:02: p.m 320 p.m. ;
...i0..4 wi...... .... ..I .._ pail year has converted N per daB,. .kltt.s.sad" ; Fred Link, Aug. II. 10:2.1.11:0: : ,a.to. ,
!! I.. It'!:...M ...... a..t .,... .. rent of IU bucket-type tollett to kitten. 10:38: p m. 4:10: p.m.Aug. .
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1i1'lm. w IIf septic tank. Much of th* new ISfUecVpet' :: De Leon Gay, bulldog . 11. .11:01: a.m. 4:17am.: Builncw"i
Overseas Transportation: construction appears to be ac> ; Leg Sander, Baton bulldog 11:11:/ p.m. 4:41: p.m. ,10 E. Mowry St. ,;
ptable, and some owner of ; U..r4 'MOf'ri""( boxer. LEVINGTON \
:Sermon! In Few Words bowing project are already plan- Smalleat"\ pet: Still Wright,
DIn,,10 InataU adequate plumbIni. himfter( ; Ruth Lee,' two hamiten, Benson Electric Has
k. ." Jams Chandler, kitten. A Gong i
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.By ftfaybtw ritopalrtck A report on dwelling\ condltloni eolation prize sea given to Petty, IIOTPOINTAPPLIANCES
Recently '.'(!hlll.r cline to out Service' In Miami' blighted areal Indmm.nd.tlona Bmle, and BUI Blackburn for Eskew's Barber ,(
hout Daily Freight for their remedying > their entry et three Jmall inalla. :
t With mutual friend we had has been published by the Bert trick:. Lou Sander; D*. rrlaceUm, PK Ito We'Need Your Head to Run Our
net ..... county health department and the ,Leon Gay.
r. 10M:Um .W talked of.UUi city of Miami Dr. DeMllly ald, Cutout pet: Corky Harley, small .
c. .'.: ;\ la prevented\ the council with the coUef) ; fM tlll IW', ptNUco. kitten; a . .
:-And raAlL.tJ..1t 1Ay j4in variation drifted to ''II.1'.J' : ateit edition of the,. regulation .Trance*, Jan' 'etvento.' exkeripanlU "IT HAPPENS EVERY DAI *' By PLOTNER
the frefiadfne ,f the plate and aunty\ health detartmenta > : ;: .
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BlottefnfloaMhi 'In' a htllow HOMESTEAD'MIAMI : f to UM .. I''jrardaUch Lariart. bet;, Tdward Morrliey, \TS\ ABOUT 74' NEAn5t Q. J 7W1bp//t7E's A LEVTLR WORDS OF
.. T* i for city rfguUllont.Only .. boxer: ,iM". Wteaco, IYt $ M Yr II < Th fw.t. wn with ui maybe dry refuse, can and'other I ,.rollle; and Dillon Gay, bulldog. ? A fOtfWD of A 6UV >THAT WINK* -
"iour. AVBf Ni EAN rlNp SOMEDAR WAUl VOUOu'fACAfJ
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'T>, Jlranjer .asked but littleILMVing KEY WEiSt \ T 4fW$ ,a MAJ rt.
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dial fkJ* And Other /VF' FD 1f'RF(
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Thin hM'lamoui. di.eoynw I hare Points on Plorida'Keys', YoU BUV OU1l'i

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'ad'flat. for every 11.beraon. In . for Service : r '.' "- Co.Used .
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,lBepsef: E1cctric Has Phone 33615. ..' '. .'......', f fv f.' A *. 1911 Chevroletr; , : 1946 Chevrolet %! -ton stake with '

, Philco: Appliances Miami Terminal: 236 3. .W. North Hirer, Dr. terrazzo. arid tile ;workinyoiir: ; '' new btrkt'New paint practically; ..*frrm"f new .n.eJ........, (Wit/Mallilfreat. sad overload Color springs & stake body- "
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and rear. Thli truck U In excellent
,htaMto n.' 441. .. I .r building .or' j in moeril"rIyourpresent :': : teed truck f or .M Iq |e-: ,r:!T ..*| eondltlon. Come la and are It. '
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hnaMike'.worke paint reaj.ew pheWcryt. reed<< Body with racki for sides and front) newUrea. t
home. Craf lire.Olsls1 trash y/OtlIY1 tan nil 650il6xl front, 6Uxl6x6 mud and
; .. truck haa ties reeaadhta.d' IhreagbasL. anew rear. This truck la tint claaa con f.
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Il.w.w.wtttntwwa.gt. Mr. and MM. Robert Houte of Dr. and Mr*. Rend..r4 Qea Me..Md ten, Keaweth, have rex IMMIO. thw. j>la_ to aMend theN .
Rack Island Ill, are announetnf I Rodgers el Tame. who..leave Nee teamed Mm a **jr (N Maryland.On ata>e 4 ga'ifc Mtetlnf la AMao '
the birth of eeven-peund vebunee vaealtoataf. In MiaMi Beaeh ..4 their way home they vested Qee aged W spit relaiese .. Open 24 Hours A D&y
In land Around ton, Stoner Gale, on July Cuba, visited several. day dud? \tnOeerile. KM at;. ,
IL Mrt House I Is the former MM I. their slay with Dr. Redtjer1* 1'... LUNCHES PACKED
Annie. ray R veU of Homectead. uncle and Bunt Mr and Mrs Mr end Mr T J nUferaldot Mr. and Mesa Heath& Barrow of For Etrly-rifinf Fishermen.
I Pasts Roofer of the farm Howe TeaneMee .... and Mrt. J1U- South" Miami and sane, Henry MdOtry .... t,
:Ar Mr. and Mr*. A. Frank Webb! reataurant 'in .....kI'* mothw, Mr*. M JS are tpendtai a ...-.... Good Sirloin Steaks, Chops Shrirap-/; ,
J Homestead their ton Ronnie, and Mrt. Webb .-e.ney, have arrived from De- (OontlBued. Pat Seven) Golden Fried Chicken .
{\. mother. Nn. M. A freeman of, Mist Mariaret McNeill of Cal- 'test' Where the FlUferalds were
: Miami; hive returned from I ye- pry, Alberta, Canada, who bat Mrs. Sweeney's ", HIt. Mn.Straeney .
.\ cition trip that took them .1 been visiting In Miami It now a who Isis retired at clerk GLADES RESTAURANT.
,1 i ,Mr and Mr*. Otto Held ot MI. Jack Storey, New York'newt- lu M lake llaeca, Minn,, source house guest of her uncle and of the Detroit board of education, Benson lElectrlc Hu
ml are building a home on Red- I of the Mississippi River Ai they aunt Mr and Mrs. J. A. McNelU will\ make her home here ' "
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f and Mn Store .
paper nun areoccupying traveled Just behind the hutwave and her cousin, Mill Mary Me- HOTPOINT 171 S. KROMK AYE HOMUTEAD: .
land rd. between KllUan and Silver their new home on
Palm drive Palm ave. east of Krome ave. and they had pleasant weatherfor NelULMn Mr and Mrs C. A. Underwoodand APPLIANCES .
the entire trip. In Kansas and
; :- ;: I north of Biscayne. dr. Mr and South Dakota they visited relatives Taylor and her children Thomas. Marilyn\In Prlnoe4ea, fh. IM Leader-Enterprise Want Ada Urine Reeul&l J
s4 I1 Mr. and Mr Preston B. Bird Mn. Storey call their home ,, and in High Point. N. C., JT r and Patricia are on vacation
(heir say, Dtvld Letter, and Mrs.Bird's "Sandanona" which Is Indian for furniture market they were met daughter, Misses Julie and Ben- Dublin, Ca. Before they return .. .
' mother, Mrs R. L. Atkln- I"Under the bright .UIl." by John Wlchard who made the .
,ton, left"Monday.for a vacation trip there and back by plane. -
inN,. .York and Washington, Mrs. Howard Johnson and I
IXCf daughter, Janice are on vacation Mr and Mr*. J. LeRoy Kulp :: f rIn
In Highlands N. C, where they returned Monday from a fives i Thank
f Mr; and Mri. Kit Carton have 'will be Joined this weekend by week, 000-mile. trip to the West Folks I You!
, moved from their place on U. S. 'I Mr Johnson through IB lUtet. They went
' to their lIew home on E. Kings out through the central states ,
'fl' : Highway.,. Mr. and Mrs Irving Plotkln of and returned through the southern -
Rochester, N. Y., are making their Among the place visited '
Mr.- and Mrt. Russell Home home on N. E. llth at. until'they were Yellowstone National Park
4 nd ton, Russell, Jr. have moved build their new residence on the where they enjoyed, a sleet storm, Fact the Whole Family Thanks You7:
>> Irom the Home apartment Into grove tract they bought on W. Pike Peak Grand Canyon,' ,
; frelr residence on N. W, Second Avocado dr near Country Club Painted Desert Petrified Forest
It
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"r' . . Los Angeles and-New' Orleans. I NOW We Ask You to Read on .-.and Save ,

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Mr and Mri Prank Morris reI ,
J \ turned from Hendenonvllle Wednesday r i

: evening Mrs.. Morris I, Good to.the last drop -lb. '. . 53c. .
1 :v, Announcement; after I visit with her mother in MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE e e

> Philadelphia had joined Mr. More) _
rl| In Candor N. G, before they
'fr' : went to Hendersonvllle. .
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1 W'are happy'to announce that Mr.\ II. A. Packed I I Any BrandMilk

i: ; 'Aratn, Jr, 'Ph.G! ,.,r>M Joined the staff'.of : Miss Louise Eason of Santa Factory ,
Barbara;Cal, it I bouse guest of
:,'t 'Glides, Prescription;Shop.Florida ,. f Mr. and M,.. Elmer Sulllvsa She tall
. : :, ;.". arrived Tuesday night by plane 3 35c
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Jj i j : after .Iop-otr..t Boston and Sugar,5Ibs.43c cans
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Palm Beech Mr and Mn Sullivan -
and children, Anne and Lee i
4'0W..5 returned recently from I vacation!!
; ; trip to Charleston, S. C, and
<< : . .Thep : registered. pharmacists to Waycroas Ga. They visited alaoi)I I LSbbyVI Del Monte1 Fancy Long 4N
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.) -: : : .HOWARD.JOHNSON, Ph'.G.; : to her home In Anniston PEACHES Fruit locktail an .
Ala.,, after a visit here with her
j/'' University of Georgia, 1(24
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. ,', '\ ,..!_". D.'M. BRANNON, Ph.G. Mr Naranja and Mrt are visiting C. T. Andersonof relatives I Cherokee Indian River 3 'Ib. Celo Bag '
Atlanta College of Phar, 1908
iv ' r In Dublin, Ga While away, the I No. 21'Can25c
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., " Nazarene camp meeting In1 I

I ,HA.AMANJr.PhG.University Adrian, Ga TOMATOES No. 2 cans lOc 59c : J

;: ol Florida, 1947 Bra Clara Andrew cf Oakland
Cal.., left Tuesday ,for her .
home after t two-week visit here
with her cousins Mr and Mrs.J .
; H. Roberta A former resident
Glades here, Mrt Andrews hat been Iesi"r Swift's
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Shop R. raduated from a Chicago Schoolof Swift's 'tip'i ; A5U

.w"vtaaz nursing and U employed in an. .... .... .... . U afr ::.;
M 1 w, JA.* CONDinONID t, .am 'Oakland '''RI r\um.\ ,'.' --- _.J . + 4 .
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,''t Homestead and ".Mrs. Henrys T-Bone
' -. Richard oj MI.rA1I.ft Sunday forthreeweek STEAKS 89c3IorrcH's
I vacation trip to Sirloin.
Toronto and Montreal,'' Canada, BUTTER .
it and point In New York..
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.' Charles Princeton Marilyn and Ind'Bruce children, have Printsib. Ib. I

;: returned from a three-week vacation Pork Sausage 35c
YOUR NEW spent with relatives and lb.
friends In Tennllle and Crones ,
Ga J. R Davis of Oavlsboro, SC .
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KITCHEN Mrs. M.lv-rton.::; of Fort 73c BACON sliced Ib. 49c 19c I

Pierce and children, Janice and ,
: Tommy hate been visiting here
with Mrs Stone brothers and
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; Wm.Andrew C. Webb Webb and Mr and Mrt'' Fruits and Vegetables large

I Vel'or Fab 25c

Mr. and Mrt. E. J. PirellI, Jr., KLI1KUTA package
their sons, Stanley and Jack, and
Mrs. Wilson Crosby and daughter -I .
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Gall, have returned from a PEACHES 2 Ibs . Old DutchCleanser "'
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I a Robert J Clark U' cero-I '10 Ibs. . 59c 2 cans..23cWoodbury's

1b New Hampshire this summer in I YELLOW ,
the contract hauling of crops. He
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their. two children here In October , SQUASH, '2 Ibs. . 27c .: .\ ToiletSOAP ....

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J PEAS 21bs..27cr4.
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DORIS SINGLETON TO IWCOMB BRIDE"
II Catholic Church will n..M u p..ll'
OF TAI AJGE KUBKETT( NOVEMBER 23
SutXIns in 1 t'n-' ,iiv i>,nkr

I I. MM . Social Events in.South Dade u u uME . II "T-y'
Mr. slid Mr*. A. H. slni\tlolal\ when *.. tank a prm..iot| pan
of Coconut Mm dr. an* In the glue club and other musical' ,
nounclng the taga ement of their'daughter. !' activities Itoe I is employed a* '
5 Dorit y. to Tal bookkeeper; at Brpokar Lumber' ,OUII+ oal"Q.. .QlfDne$

AND) MRS. ROBERT AMES RETURN J. SCOTT CAVES MARKS WILLIAM RADFORDIN WEDS JEAN PIERCENY eMdgo DeWttt Bvritott, mi of' Co. :
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IJ KIC1ITIKTII ANNIVEESABY Mr. 'and Mr. O. R. Burhott ot Mr. BurkMt wM r4unt' in I rJet .!If 4th1 I $ :
FROM HONEYMOON IN SILVER SPRINGS I HOME CEREMO: IN MIAMI\ SATURDAY Bauer dr The wedding will take Clewliton and served six end one-
The eightieth birthday analthrssry place on Nov. W. heN peort In the ....,.. .Ho It -- .. . .

Mr. and Mrs Robert Alton iwlM gown made like the brldt'i of J. Scott Caret ol Florida William Redford of Miami!, ton whit ensemble, white yceeaorl** Miss Singleton wu graduated employed In the Cutler plant ol
In 1MT from Rodland High !School' the Florida Power and Light ('<>
City war marked Sunday with of Mr. and Mn. O. C Radfordof and s coraagt of red roaebud and
:Arne hive returned from I hon H' acoexorlet! were white and
firalldinner held at the home Saturday nigh lilies of the valley. Her attendant,
e'moolIn Saver Bprlngi and the.. twirled a corsage of tweet- a of Mr. Cavti ton-ln-law and took Homestead a* his bride on MIne Jean Pierce Mill dig Duncan wore. Mick MRS. WALTER THOMPSON HONOR GUEST'WHILE noESi
art living at the reildtnct of thebrtde'i heart mans and blue-llnted iteph of Miami. The tervlco was read with green aocetaorlei and t cor-I THAT D I IIII
daughter Mr. and Mr*. R. H. of talisman VISITING CONNECTICUT FRIENDSA
brother+ln-lw and ale not la. WofUy liomettead.",, by the brlde't brother, Marvin sage rose
ter, Mr. and Mrs Jack H. Cor- Donald Amet waa belt man for Present were. Mrand Mn.ttvea Duncan In the home of the new Rid rosebud eonagei were
nellui. of Jf. t: llth it, until their hli brother Mr, and Mr/ Worley and lywodt at 1611 ft W 39th: ter. In worn by the who brldt'i. mother MnMattaon ., picnic supper and ..llIhtIn. _ Burt Barker Mr. and Mn. John
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs granddaughter, MlimL won oyiter-whlU trips art. among tventa givenin Barron Mr and Mn. Herbert
own home on Newton rd. li com- Mn. Worley'i bride black and end the bridegroom' motharMn. ,' honor of Mn. Walter Thomp- Harrison Mr. and Mrs Irving
George Nelion Kelly of Bedland Betty Harden, The wort s.
pleted. Before. their marriage on rd., the bride li t graduate of Radford. who won. gray. 1 ton of Homestead, and her ton- Harrison, Mrs Nelson Cooke, Mm
July 25 In Silver Palm Methodist/ Miami Beach High School. She After the ceremony' approximately In-ltw and daughter Mr. and Ana Harrison, Margaret Cooke !
Church. M.... Amei wit MlM' took nu.....' training at St. Framcli ANNOUNCEMENT; MADE OK BETROTHAL thirty guests attended e Mrs Chas Broome of Lakehurit!, Charleen Broome. Edward Cook 'i
Kelly of Homttl aci. Hospital and hit been .employed OF LURA ANN HODGE, WAY E SHERRY reception for the bridal couple at N. J,, who art. visiting in Branford and Jackie Cooke .
which wedding cake and punch Conn, Orchards,
Hilltop
For the tervft-e, read at I In Iht office* ar* -
o'clock in the morning by the fen Qullliln of atfori: wen ..rved.Th. home of Mr. and M.... Harry TROPICAL FRUITS SIIOWN
Hev Alfred Hedberg pastor the The bridegroom la s ton of Mr Announcement ll being madeof Telephone and Telegraph Co bride li an employee of Cooke, AT GARDEN CLUB SUPPER
bride won. a ballerlnirlenglb and )In. Ctrl: Alton Ante of the betrothal of Mini Lure After graduation from Home. Carl't Market In Coral Cablet The birthday annlvenaiy of Tropical fruits were describedand ti
gown of whit swine with match HometUad. After graduation train Ann Hodge, daughter ct Mr. and steed High School in IMS the The bridegroom attended Homestead Mr. Broome wee observed at the I put on display by III.... 0. W:
tag hat and other accessories of Redland High School, h. attended I future. bridegroom served a High School and served IB picnic supper held July 21 at the Calkin for member of South
Mrs O. M. Hcxtgo of Coconut year
white Her corsage was fashioned University of the South In Suwtnnet. months In the navy. Now he ha Cooke home A large birthday Dad Garden Club. at an outdoor i
of talisman corn and stephen Tenn. During the war, Palm dr., to Wayne Sherry, ton I In the army of occupation In ill own refrigeration buslnes In rake wai served with let crevm. upper meeting Monday eveningIn
,t>Ui. 'he served 13 menthe In Die V 6. of Mr. and Mn. Hugh Sherry of Germany. He I It employed by Gulf Miami. Movies of scenes In Florida and Redland! Fruit and Spice Park
Mrs W..".. Mitchell, sister of Marine Corp., 13 months of which J:. Campbell dr.No date ha* been 011 Corporation, the western states were. shown by. on Coconut Palm dr. at Itedtand'
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the bridegroom, served ti matronof were. on foreign duty n. .It In act for the wedding TENN-AGE DANCE TONIGHT Nelson Cooke. rd. Richard Morrissey and J. H.
honor In I blue and whit. the grove butln_ A ..gradual of Redland High BARBARA MARKS OBSERVES IN PAVILION AT It. IL S. Present, besides those mentioned Brewerton won at door prices a highly
School In the clan of '48, the BIBTIIDAY ANNIVERSARY A Juke box dance for teen- I were friends of Mn. smell antldesma tree and a small Ughl r.Aedive1
)rlde-lobo I If employed in the Mist Barbara Mark via boaless Thompson who had visited here lapodtlla tree.
PHONE EMPLOYEES\ ENJOY SPLASH PARTY ageri will be held from 8 to II
II I local) exchange of Southern Dell at a theatre party In honor o'clock tonight In the Rodland at the Thompson home: Mr. and Guest: were Introduced and oiiMJ80
PICNIC AT MUNICIPAL\ SWIMMING POOLA Mn. Frank Snow Mr. and Mn.
I'' of her thirteenth birthday annlversary school pavilion under the aui- welcomed by Mrs Herman HelnItln a
KETS LEGION GROUP on July 28. After the ping of the county school 'yiem'a .. president! who announcedthat
splash party and picnic were J. D. Abbott, Mr. and Mr Mar HAl SUCCESSFUL' BALE show, birthday cake and punch playground program announces SHIMMING PARTY GIVEN the next supper Meeting will, $
Vnjnyed) Friday evening by loci) can Nudge, Mr. and Mrs Wm. C. A successful bingo and cake sale were served at the home of Bar.. RedUnd Director Matt FOR KAREN BISHOP NINE be held in the park on Labor'
employees Southern Bell Telephone Webb Mr. and Mn. Walter wai held by Key Memorial Unit bars' parent, Mr. and Mri. Herman Themes. There. win be no admlt- Karen Bishop daughter of Mr. Day,
and Telegraph Exchange Rutrkt, Mr and Mn, Delmar of the American Legion Auxiliary Mark of N. W. 21ft at. lion thurge. and Mn. L K. Ol hop, Jr., marked BRANDY '
at the city swimming pool. After Duller and ton, Mn. Stewart on July 28. All PI'CK'H the twlmmlng and the supper, hail Mrs. Carla Metheny, Mill the building fund of the auxiliaryand din Miss Patricia Alklnl n. 'Mitt METHODIST WOMEN HOLD with I swimming party Friday. it TO riDELIS CLASS
recording were. played for entertainment Winifred Dam-ey, Mill Ton! Halt, to the Jack Kofoed Lend-a- Jean Bernecker Dicky Klnard, LUNCHEON MEETINGThe the municipal pool. Afterwards, Mm. J. H. Drawdy was hostel )
of group, Miss Joan Conner Mill Dolly I land fund Ricky Becker and Warren Gravel. birthday cake and Ice cream wereserved to the Fldelli Class of Pint Bnp-! '
Sold ExcluT'vt'y
Present were. Mr, end Mrs Bamette, Gent Atkinson and Florida City. W. S. C. S. to the group at the BUhoptome. list Church on June 28 at her by,
Itavld R. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs Henry Kile. I on Tuesday entertained the Red home on the Dixie Hl!. hwiy.After' .
and W S. C. S. at I luncheon Karen'i guests were'. Brenda a builhen session, cake and
meeting clllnger, Jean and June Fogle, Iced tea were serve, 1 W. D.Dorne." CO, Inb. '
I Present were the Rev. and Mri. Juanita Smith Sandra Lanier, Present were. Mr.'Grady Pope,
i Martin R. Davit, Mri. M. A. Donna Campbell, Jo Anne New Mrs L. H. Fitzhugh, Mrs Gco. Frank L. Skill, Owner i
Mavis' Beauty SalonNow Baker Mr*. J. 5'. Rohrer Mri. A.I ton Aletha Sue Bishop and Carol McConnell, Mr*. W, B. Caves, Homestead, ".
7.2 Cu. Foot I C. Caston Mr. J. It Grlgg. Mrs and Sybil Roberts Mn. A. D, Smith and the hontess. i

r Arthur A. Kranabcrger, MM.Choi. . .
A. Ennii, Mrs D. M. Bnn-,I, f
non, Mrs M. & Wilton, Mr. J. D.
e Philco Refrigerator located in Roberti, Mrs Lloyd Deitz, Mri. I :
J. W. Miller: Mrs II. J. Derbyshire -' DIXIE DRUG

LEVINGTON HUILDING Mrs Gertrude Bachelor,
Mrs Grover Kcster Mri. J, W.I

Model\ 793-7.2 cu. ft. in addition to freezer locker. E. Mowry St. Freeman, Mri. Roy :n Miss,I YOUR FRIENDLY REXALL STOJIE:
Miss Elsie La Fein
Phone 30 We Deliver!
Shelves adjustable two inches.
every Alice Macomber. I ,
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Only $23.25 Down You will like our new, cool salon. The Homestead Business and I "' !. fl
rVofesslonpl\ Women'i Club will I I I
Please pay us a visit.Phone hold a social: meeting Monday I 1
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evening at the home of the president
Mr*. Frank Kent of Ntranja -

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4 Tht Leader-Enterprfse thrbugIa
misunderstanding stated 11III I
feel. locie.eel July 28 issue that the WomiD'i I .
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Club of Homestead "voted to -
: write Individual letters to congressmen 1 4LU S 801.
1 supporting the Barden
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member ihould write to WtihIngton
-either for or against the, ;; Cod :
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Other models from $20 down. Seminple TheatreTWO $ Star t\ RITUAL KITPage

Model 897 with famous Conscrvador, $40 down. Benson Electric Hat II \
SHOWS DAILTl 7 eel 1 P. M. Ph..e Me. 171 "
SATURDAY Bad SUNDAY tMttaMW 1 till 1U HOTPOINT BURID1UM BLADES .I'
: Ad*Je4..ii AdalUl Mlkt. Ski JUUaee (UU I p. a* ). lOo.Chlldrmt APPLIANCES I ,
Benson Electric ,Co. -nxler tea let ten te twelve lie. (Tax: liieladed,) I .6. ,
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Last Times Today: "JUNGLE JIM"SATURDAY. 1 R.xall '
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I In Princeton tlnct ItlT. At'Q. 8.-Mabk' Feature Program ..d -_ _ _ _ _ ....:1 QUII-
TIM HOLT, NAN LESLIE In I I
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And WILLIAM LUNDIOAN, JACQUELINE!: WHITE inaiYSTERY +
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Added "Wacky By Baby* CtrteB] Patht New ,021, tI" :
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EDMQNO CTBRICN, ROBERT STACK. JOHN ROONIT In WTMAN Elech/lt
are happy to announce our '"FIGHTER SQUADRON" ti KODU GrNUINI L

::1 new 1 location in the Levinf ton building I Added: Cewedyi t'arteea.11UIDA1' When. H wo keen rat yearwek1. time THERMos'FA"' ',I

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Friday, August! I 5,1949) HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Sevan
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Mr. and Mn Bill Scarboroughof Mrs. Roy Haynes and sons Car Accident on Keys .CONCRETE< BLOCKS, all Maoa. I
t Naranja and daughter Belinda, Gene and Tommy loft Tuesday Bruce's Block Co., Naranja, Via.Phooem. .
: IN AND AROUND are vWUng relatives in Dublin.. .,, nigJU far a __th visit with Injure Miami" \\oman j[IIc MISCELLANEOUS 1
Oa. relative In Alabama. Mississippi. Mrs Myrtle Carter of Miami c CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING .

Louisiana and T..... roeoivod three fractured ribs and fLOOR SANDING and FINISH- CAR WASHING SFRVICE lan
Ma. H. J. Davis has rsiswsad '
HOMESTEADOmtinutd! twlleron l lacerations ...., llotMne. INlJa IWM oak tmt pin MeA washed and Hind $3 *e*
i kola ltnmlireoavdItMe a thr-,"'ok vocatton In Mr. and M... Daniel Mayer elRtehaMl whin her car loft the .-d a*.f aaphatt mi rubbst ale, llnalmii.Day Pace**, Prone M C.M.Mi)
I ,1 t rd. and. daughters Be* tuMkad over twice on the OvsreaaiHiaway a ------ ------ -- ---- ------ ---- --------- ---
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; and KNty, left last week for t II miles.. hash. of T*.- Th. 4WUNTHV'aVTCHEN M u.
, and Mrs a J. WoH.m, *ni
stay io Maine. errrler. She was token -to James Tower
! ( from Pap Five) daughters, Joyce and Louisa Cemetery & Mausoleum & I epptIItteC 1IjgI1eabreabh
Archer Smith Hoepttet. Mrs. Oaf- "Jerry" Mwea. CaU Doug at 1-_ sea, modeM CBS homo, h and Sunday
.i lion her at the home of Mr. have returned from a vlait taCalma.Oa M,. and Mrs Elliott PamaM tar was going to visit a .broMwr' 147. 110 N. W. 8th it (iMtf PncMMkir M' with carpoKOWNWMU8T dinner. Ctoaed fckjHayi (....)

v's parent, ,Mr. and Mrs and daughter, and Mr. Parneifiof Carl King, who operate a Key WoodIa_' Park SCLL -.. Vile TDO8BS
M. Barrow. Mrs. 11. JC Psrnell lit Largo flahing lodge, when ttM. CemeteryWW Is .
M" ywt opporiteWly to
S. W. 8th St, Miami ee1R .
Mr and Mn. C E. Elchanber. -avt.l
normatjpermanent
FOR SALE
of Perrtne, expert to /lavo Sunday accident occurred your .M.| home with as Hits
and Mrs. Elobonbergor's Phone 476UA M %ut
gee son l No e) raster. | cheaper
t Mn Chas. F. Henalngton for a vacation In North II II.OOO1lowni)
returned
wide
Jerry ere, left Tuesday ""'"'fAt I NOTICE selection of cemetery lot better; Ruth ItsMreaalng' Stfilo.IlARDDf .
Friday to her home InOouMt CartUna.Mr.
at moderate :
prices available from
for a vacation In Asbeville. Ptsea ; Ollot"
after a vMt with relatives City Council will meet eaol. lure untold cemetery acreage. Model A Ford '1M. Lady'a hi- 5-acnatrects' on Krome Avenue JIL ;

fa HaMlhurst: and Wesson Mlaa.I Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Logan and and Mrs. L. K. Bishop Jr. Monday at I P. M. through Augred Community mausoleum of S.MS cytle. $t& P. D. Ream Ph. ; CLOSE IN CLEARED
a* son, John returned Saturday and daughter Karen, have returned to sit as a Board of EquaKsa crypts and niche: be3J-W3, Coconut Palro dr. at and ready .U build. Only stew HauUpfc; landscaping
andfqll.li&
Billy Anderson of Davlsboro after a visit with Mrs. Logan'irelatives from a vacation spent in lion to. receive complaints roiL Tennessee rd. (pal) left-$1,900 and up. topsoil potting soil, sand racK
the tax
191.9
8 C., Is visiting relatives in In Thief River Falls, Atlanta and Tallulah Falls, Oa. CITY OF HOMESTEAD FOR RENTFor U S. No I Highway property fill. Ph. I4J-a Write Rt. 3. Bog

Princeton. Minn. R. E. Edwards, City Clerk FORD COUPE DtLUXE 1840 14-A Homestead.
Mr. and Mrs D. L. Drawdy la getting sacra let us help
have moved from Homestead to Aug. 5. 12. 19 M, 11.1)) New paint excellent cnndl you find your site before it la
rslit's Miami. rent-Smell apartment 73 lion $.". E. W. Norman, Roberts too htelSplendid
., N. E. 8th it Rd. between Btoeayn) and Walfl RADIO RETAIR-Quick srrfce
(pal) ,
AU work guaranteed. Pricesreasonable.
Mr and Mrs. T. E. Stadlg of I drive. (pal> business opportunity Robert J. Brooks,
Coconut Palm dr, have returned WITRIN M MILES of Asho.vlUo .
Roberta .. north of Palm
rd just
DEPENDABILITY wantif Apartment for rent. Furnished or
''I you from Gneiss N C, where. they .'! unfurnished. Phone J70-J orMW. 3-bedroom house teas than I )'f. N. C. Resort Hotel actommodatlng Drive, Florida City Phone fJ4-W.
I spent their vacation old, furnished or unfurnished 51 Nuts Com
: a new ROPER .you wantRili (ill) Small down payment. Ph. '702 pletely equipped and In operation .
Mr and Mrs J. M. Firmer of 1333 N. W. lit ave, Homestead ILLNESS FORCES SALE.A PAINTING decorating, waterproofing ,
South Miami and their twin eons Immediate Service Furnished rooms II( Roadside (a5)) little as $5.000 cash 't't'ept.oell and glazing. McLean \
have moved to their home on Tal- Rest Richard Hd. near Epmore. If you have property hereto phone 746-R. (pjj)
bott rd. Mr. Farmer la an Eastern E. Rosa Ph. 740-W. (pall! trade. Trade cannot exceed
II Air Lines pilot. Reasonable Prices Deautlful potted begonias suitable tl'.OOO on total price of $sa,-
J-room upstair apt, gai stove, for gifts. AIM sultanas Mn. (00, with 10 years on the balance Grove mowing Carl Endllch, Rt
Mrs Cleo Lee and son Ray, freshly" Kentoned frlgldalre. Maud Chandler Silver Palm dr, I 1. Box 469 Homestead ,(old
alwi elm.e have returned from Augusta Quality Workmanship Come tee It. Aim down-stslrs second house" went of Tennessee FOR COMPLETE REAL Lelchworth place, Kings boy)
t r where Ray was In University I porch room. Mrs. Maud Chandler. rd. Ph. .noJ.1. ESTATE SERVICE see (SIt!)

Hospital for observation.Mrs. Silver Palm dr., Ph. 4474-I

Lucille Carter underwent aa For anlllti Plymouth, perfect RICHARD FUCHS FLOOR SANDING and FINISH J
major surgery Saturday in James ENGINE OVERHAULBRAKE Room and board available at $11 condition Phone 821-M. (paS) Registered Brokeror 1NQ Install oak and pine floors,
Archer Smith JlOI SERVICE mack Point at Dixie Highway l Day ph. 811-W; nights II7-W.
I Mrs, Jos. J. Dickman of Sl 0 south of Goulds. (J2210 A.K.C. registered 'Cocker Spaniel Ph. 44S or 738-W P.O. Dos B9J

Louis and children Peggy Jacky MOTOR TUNE.OT puppies II. M. Stephens N Members of Chamber WE DO reliable watch repatr'la.

and Betty are. house guests of o 2-bedroom apt, furnished. Phone Krome between Grossman Dr. of Commercelien.Warren Woods Jewelry, McCrory Arcade.
Mrs. Dlckson's mother, Mrs V. FRONT END ALIGNMENT 520-R Corner Redland Road and Eureka Dr. (aJW)
R. Sullivan. o and Mowry St (Jell)
FAINTINGBOOT
o :Morris IF YOU HAVE!: anything to Ira ,
Miss Rosemary Dickinson and AND FENDER 1 tore. building located at HI S. 21 shoal and t good! brood sow. Registered Real Estate Broker or If :;lou need anything visit

Miss Helen for Revell two-week left visit Monday in REPAIR Hauler ave. Ph. 05. (J10-U) J. R. Bevl'. I block from bank. 1 nave buyers for small traits, the Swap Shop. We buy mat
night a
and Plant wllhrelall'ea 0 of glade land, also buyer for tresses In good condition, stores,
Brookivllle City
Miss Revell. SEAT COVERS Room and board $12 wk. Ph. 100 A. potato land. lea boxes, etc. The Swap Shop,
of 0 B03-R (m20tf) 131 .. Krone Are. Pk III 227 s. Flagler Ave. Homestead. f I
vrnoL8TElINGNDERCOATING BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available Phone 48*
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Leggett of
at all times Homestead Floral
Fort Lauderdale and children 0 1 and 2-bcdroom furnished I
Floor Sanding and finishing
and Gin Shoppa, 122 N.W 4th it,
Sandra and Johnny, spent the kitchenette cottages Reasonable car 2nd av* (sStf) Greet Bargains for Baahnas Plat Asphalt and rubber tile. Phon
week-end here. at the home of 0PORCELAINIZING Fates. Pleasant grounds for chil :J-room frame house on I Iota, 14 117-W. (mckMf)
or Sfclae "ym can emit IDLP. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Gorday.Gerritt dren. Redland Court Ph. 284-R-4 coconuts and palms peach and
o (aMf) Homestead Glass Co.-Glau for I avocado trees, chicken yard, SEE ALEX LANIER for well
( LIQUEFIED D PETROLIDM( D ) GASRegardleii Holdrum, Jr., returned LUBRICATION all purposes. We do steel assh M.SOO. drilling, Corner Frame lVI, mend
home Sunday from Daytona 0GENERAL 2 I new half-bag cement mlxt''''. Slating and gluing of all types. N.E. 10th it Phone 8S8-W. '
Beach where he has been employed REPAIRS 201 N. Krome. Phone 173. l-bedroom: block building, 5-room I
I of wssther ..during wintry blinardi or summer o Ph. 147 Tbwer-Crow. (mZBtf) avocado,
this summer house good yard, 22
I cloudbursts . Petroleum It the ,' A COMPLETE BUMTER'TO FREE-Native' rock taken out Indynamiting
Liquefied yet on (Job I rulm and coconut trees. In yard j

Throughout the yean, It has proven beyond quettlon of Mr and Mrs Fred Feather of BUMPER SERVICE I I.Universal. I $4,500. -o; : I Good for rock for walls tree, buildings planting or :

doubt that It Is Me WeeM for rural or suburban hornet.Auioirioiicolly. Philadelphia are. occupying the PLAN o IF DESIRED Built- S-room block house, I ready filL Ph. 404.
f T. R. Doyle homo on Richard rdat BUDGET set out In fruit trees, good placeon ,
.supplied to you It suursi a clean fait, eon. Coconut Palm dr. while Mr. PAT AS YOU DRUE.!: J JalousiesClass.I corner for store land scarified
0 VFW EMPLOYMENT OFFIC
low Used modem and Mr*. Doyle are on vacation and smooth $4,500. I
ventent, cost cooling; service.. with a ROPER WRECKER SERVICE .wood. fw members and emplryera.

I! gas range, It places at your fingertips the f finatt of cooling; ...................._..._. .. I Cad and Investigate. Belt bar Service tree. Ovid Sullivan employment .

I feature. W. Invitt) "you to stop bt and get aQ the facts JAMES ARCHER SMITH I Aluminum gain In town. officer N. Krocua aad
9th st Phone ISO.
HOSPITAL NEWS i. IL DEVIS 43
I . 'n i . J **.1.>' v i.Jb r asb.i.II....,........N N..n N. Bird Chevrolet Co. t IJ$ 'ka.-rnn hank? F

Gas-Oil Products Inc.Of Births Venetian Blinds Storm Shutters WANTEDFEMALE
k 107 N. Krome Ave.
To Mr. and Mrs. James DC-
Florida Weese of homestead a daughter Homestead, FU. Repairs Alterations Ncw'IIuildings

Phone II HELP WANTED
28.
on July
Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods o Bookkeeper experienced In double 4,
vie COOK Homestead Manarer of Islamorada a daughter July 22 Years With BUDDED) CITRUS, entry bookkeeping, shorthand and

PHONE 491 FLAGLER AT KROME 31.To George N. McHugh Contractor AVOCADOS and typing Apply Box 117, Goulds,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mannof ChevroletBenson I MANGOS\ Fla.
Homestead a daughter on :
i j OraaaienUls of all kinds.. Wanted: Good home for healthy,
2. .
Aug. BISCAYNE DRIVE TEU HOMESTEAD: 761 R active kitten Snowball 1_
To Mr. and Mrs E.: R. Hlckton
." :i old female, excellent mouser
2. CALKINS'
of Naranja, a son on Aug.
; To Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zelmanof on I Sunny Grove toll while, thoroughly dark spot on house-broken.head black ;'
Homestead, a daughter I
GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANYRoofing i AUII.a. NURSERY 2>mo-old twins, black and white,
part Persian. Three 6wectoldbaby
Medical patients: Mrs Arthur I Ml Weal ef Florida cat, kittens, 2 gray 1 black and
of All Types ; Rose, J P Curl Barney Castor Electric Has GROUSE & BURR PHONE MI-W white. Mrs Walter Dents, Ph. t
I and Harrlll Lawrentfe of Home 474-M-2 homestead (*8))
:r Solar Water Heaters stead Surgery patient: David

Sheet Metal Work : Jensen to Redland Philco AppliancesPrinceton Cabinet Shop

,................................. Ph. 442Publle Huildinjr & Remodeling
Air ConditioningFan : : Ur. Leonard W. lIaskln?!

Ventilation t 4en/a161a4.. I. It,. RN.lmU.r 1 Welding ROOFING and SHEET METALSolar
1 IIIIRI a.1 1.alrl.1 .. I Ii

Insulation i GLASSES i SILVER PALM DR_1 MI. WEST OF U. S. I

I i nil N. E. lid St, Miami, FU. i iI
.,...1otoIr Air c9.aNh..d. i i ii alt 1 Phone 528-W-l I Heaters, Ventilating Fans

Free Estimates I i PHONE IU2ITYPEWRITER i Free estimates on new construction
Address Phonesu1 ..... .......
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Arson Are 41SS1 : and repair and maintenance of old

Coral Gables,"&.' 41652 roofs .

T , I t A .... a IA. I I 1 JONES Overseas Bait &
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Tackle Brand New'nteoftc J. M. Montgomery Roofing Co. Inc.
Can do>> year work as well, and as Shop ,
reasonable aa anyone. Why spend ,
Itbane 141 Ave. Muerles, Coral Cabin. Phones 1.lus-n.ISlt
of town Keep
out
year money AND
e COMPLETE ROD
Made-in-IIomcstcad\ '
and watch homestead grew.
'I REEL REPAIR -QUAUTT BEGINS WITH Till CHOICE
AU makes of typewriters
OF YOUR CONTRACTOR"Rhodes'Garage
bentht, sold and repaired. FISHING
I INFORMATION SEWMACHINES
Ready-Mixed Concrete New portable typewriters and '

adding _b..... I S. Krome Ave. _. Ed Psreltl
Bl1dConcrete spirit, ** lam! mare;
All work guaranteed Estimates eh.ets, u >n repress Ion atoodwlll. New Low Prices
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free.P. want yov u .1./
Blocks given II' this lovely bMkrt nt gun if Begin at
you ha". just nwmd M the
city'' hvconw .ns.sed l. are a .
o. Box 124 '. hew Mother.here just aimed $119.50
to a new adder within. the N. E. U* $T. sal let ATS.
Phone 116-R city; or: just Times bMonw smileS aw*M laiictwn Try Us When You NeedA (Opposite Chaj br of terM BUg.)

buy. No ohe..Ilon. PhoM.
; Immediate Delivery your W>|.... Wagon Hort.M Haircut or HARRISREFRIGERATION
AnywhereConcrete .. whoM. ........ In laud bet AUTO TRUCK TRACTOR REPAIRING
law and to NceIV
Benson Electric Has th.w: gill.Welcome.Prangs Shave CO. Expert WorkauuMkJ G........

Haircut! _,,__ T5 14* N. Kroma r... Ill

IIOTPOINTAPPLIANCES Wagon Shave ,,........ .. We Phone 9115 (Night 145-M\ )

; Shampoo Mediated) l.N NO JOB TOO MAIL - .- NO JOB TOO BIG

Supplies Inc. PrbMclea, Ph. 442 Mrs. Geraldine GadwayPk Facial Pack It
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C.,. lib SL T&.C. Railroad homestead I L Facial __'tSo

TeakMntache. ISo Sin!

I I II WHEN IN NEED, CALL ON US. 'T lrn lee av ;&SUJIERA:

Sha..,.. (1'\118)

I I Homestead Loan Co.

If paw rare II r Ian r Uh e/
I W r Canals riooa.covcamcs Barber Shop 2441our Ambulance Service
'r ) Pim*! 111-" U4 laws I 205: N. Krome Ave. Phone 113 Philco Appliances

; Oa*. cur BaD | Cremation

I J \! II I Collateral Loans--* &.oo to 130000 8' S Prlaoele*. rh..441 lets Phone 270 .Iioelce aliBgi. .

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