Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: August 12, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00673
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWS\ paper Since 1912

1 38th Year No.32 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, .FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1949 "l.. Price 5 Cenu

Local Diver Exhibits Treasure

:: : : ;' .,8e Found in Spanish WrecksMethodists

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I Om.tol THE aow WEATHER ew.h f .MM e aswre l .: 'Sh 'SILVER BULLION AND MOVIES

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I. AucAug. I . M 72 30.01 it I SHOWING ACTUAL RECOVERY
1_ on ._ .ftt 72 30.07 .71 ;
::: 'Aug. t._. IT 72 SODS .15 '14'r
Cornerstone of New Aug. .. 17 71 SO OS U i; '

. Aug. I 88 71 at.69 'd' UNDER WATER SHOWN TO ROTES
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\; I AG LABOR MEET Sunken treasure which he recovered from the Spanish Main obi! t

Church SundayThe exhibited to the Homestead Rotary Club. Wednesday) by Art McKee


Alto shown were) colored movies, taken under water which

\r REDLANDLocal S pictured actual recovery p( silver! )bullion from an old Wftt.on. t .
;' cornerstone of the new I '' J reef i i
SHALL DAY' NETS IiN Florida .- )
$100,000' building that will house
growers will meet with A cor.mcrusted bar of silver
f, the. First Methodist Church of $400 FOR PARK farm labor placement official of I which weight 10 pound was the sunken wreck and to view a
Homestead will be laid in IPpropriit the U. 5. Employment Service atB .
among the objects exhibited at little-known area of marine gatedeed .
ceremonle to be con Redland o'clock Farm Thursday Labor night In the to / the luncheon meeting, held in /heharkwhy which McKee .says. *\.sqipasses 1
ducted at 121 Dr BLEACHER FUND Camp
: Sunday by all other he hat letmCharter
i formulate) plan for the coming restaurant.. The par .per. \,
Roy H Short, resident bishop of boat will be available;
season. At the meeting1 ae marVet
called by a valut of about H.OOO\ ,
and other concessions will
the Jack son vill* are,,, announce I Approximately wa realized the Florida Fruit and Vegetable 1 end a museum value) much higher be operated many Temporary: head* j.
the Rev. J, E. Jenkins, pastor 'I it the George Skall Day Grower Association, the growers than that McKee laid. quarter of the corporation hurl ,
Before the rite at the church barbecue and double-header softball will be Invited to submit their The ban ao far recovered will I been established ,In the store ot
.. lite 'on N. Kromi eve at Seventh game held Au,. 4 for benefitof labor problem and their estimates 1 be used at museum plere, Smith.Ionian the Homestead Officer Supply, M
it.. Dr. Short will preach the the city ball park building of labor requlrementa and 4ve+M. tr \ Institution at Washington the Mowrjr it tide of the Levlng* 1
r morning sermon at the old church fund. Appreciation wag expressed desired qualification for next li negotiating for two of thorn, ton building, .
yesterday by Mr. Skall for the season. laid
on N. W. First ave. and Fourthit be ,
Dr. Short I* described by Mr donation of food and of articles Scheduled to meet with the I Doubloons, piece of slink l and An MpMIUoQ: to Wk: smiled
for auction which helped to swell farmer are R. W treasure will be sent out by the
V'Jenklns a* "on of the finestpplplt Robnett of Hher fold Mini recovered,.fromcrusted
.' l ipeakert! In America.'" the 'fund Tallahassee, Willli Sloan of Atlanta e ,r FMLi1S en k.I warn, AN k ry, :51W<
. ... .\j//A..BIble, a Methodist Discipline, The money will be pad, to heljeomplitt and Jasnei, O., Cray 'J1f lr 1: '- .,
'dewy \* the _,blAt ffcr* jp ,, 9yaeww : t.Ii'1l.'bnl&at1 ,, (facilitfe.** jt.| "'wte.lon.1 and M1 r alt ilea and wood and nuns from a Span' ; he got the treaiur* bunting/
r \ Leader-Enterprise will be ,among the! field offices.On, lih galleon Moat of the coin were fever when ha was hired tot $100
tbe_ documents preserved In the Wednesday, |meeting will dated around the middle and late a day and a smell share In the
comenton for future generations beheld by the director of the ,JTOO'l. I "loot to explore a wreck not In
..,* Mr. Jenklni. The public 6 ? RATE HIKE camp: R. O. Somers, president; MM! of Homeilead has known I Florida waters. Spanlah gold coin r..
: U Invited to attend the ceremony R. I, Bryant vice-president; A. F that McKee, in oft seasons from I recovered from that wreck wars
to which the Methodist Arthur Luther L,.Chandler, Chat. his duties li manager Of the exhibited to the Rotarian Also
congregation will walk in a body IS GRANTED TO H Steffanl, Harold E. Kendall 1 -! municipal awlmmlng pool, hat exhibited wee the underwater
from the old church.On and August Burrlchter. long been engaged In ...searching i|, movie camera encased In plastic!,

Mar 6, the church celebrated SOUTHERN BELL for sunken, (r uun. Jill activity, I which McKee designed for his
the fortieth anniversary of I however was regarded In moil expedition
Its founding here in 1909 by a CHIEF LUciNEDIRECTS quarter ai a harmless hobby McKee began his treasure
handful of worshipper who met Tallahassee, Aug, 11-: An Increase v until some month ago when Art I hunting operation with a small
In ,,th* old school house Amongthe In rates which will averagesix brought some more old Spanish cabin cruiser Later he acquireda
local resident who were per cent above present levels TOWN'SFIRE \ cannon and coral encrusted ballast I Marine LCVP (landing craft
charter member are 3. ,)C. Livingston hu been granted Southern Bell, I to ornament the yard in front of for vehicle and personnel),
Mr. Geo. Campbell and largest telephone company in FIGHTERSThe his house at the swimming pool McKee came here from New
Mrs C. W. Little Florida. It was lees than half the From then on McKee acted Ilk Jersey, originally, He has opera
j The North Methodist and the Increase demanded by the com : the' cat that allowed the ated the municipal swimming
South Methodist churches of pany last winter. Florida Railroad Florida City yolunteer fire canary", and rumor begun flying pool and trailer park for ten year
(Continued on Page Four) and Public Utilities/ Commission department was organized on a Y I Art did not deny the report but on a lease-concession: basis, His
at that time granted temporary temporary basil Aug 4 with ? y- -- laid he' wes not ready to make present lease doe not expire
Increase of about six per cent Herman Lucerne n fire chief, any announcement H* several until 1$51 He plant to "itay with
MILITARY RITES under a million dollar bond, and The organization .is a project of times had appeared on civic club the pool" tor the rest of this asa.
proceeded to hold a series of hearings the Florida City Klwanli Club, .. -- -----" j programs with moving picture ion, but will install an assistant
over the state but participation is not limited to ''ph,1a bra yuerM. ruluMe. s ''of his diving operations, but Wednesday manager and matron for next
TO BE HELD FOR After hundred of.houn of member SILt'ER BCLLION from an old Spaniel wrecut r, wards Artjh-es of Homestead' after yare was the first time he had year
G testimony, experts for the commission The nw group met Wednesday of searching for:>> sunken treasure. McKee is she van, grinning In triumph, as he rest. a coral encrusted publicly exhibited the bar of AllOCl.led'wltl McKee a*
: found the company in a night it the town hall for the aD-pound bar of pure silver against his lead diving bet In the cockpit or his Marine surplus liver bullion or ihown the film business of McKee'*
:BALLARD LEWISMilitary \ healthy condition, and found that tint drill with the new $,500 LCVP. Metal value of the silver bar i. about 1.00 O. but III value as a museum piece I. much hither depleting recovery of treasure. Museum of manager Sunken Treasure, Inc
Smithsonian Institution may toke two ban and M cKt'II wilt use others In his Museum of Sunken
the ratei authorized would let truck Just bought by the council Treasure to be located on Plantation Key, 44 mllea south of Homestead : In process: of organisation 1 II 1* Fred B. Jackson 'of Kendall,
funeral services will the company earn. six per cent Construction has been approvedfor : McK..'. Museum of Sunken orginlier and president of Florida .
on It* Investment The increasesalso a fir house to be located next 'Treasure, Inc, which hn
be held Sunday afternoon In Hydroponle Groweri' Co-op
Shady Grove, Fla. for Ballard old the commission, will U the town hall. Legion Plans Fish Fry Dr. and Mrs.\ Smith to Go on Africanof purchased 29! acre of Und eratlve Association and builder
Lewis, former Homestead .resi enable Southern Bell to finance David Robert was mad ecre- For Monday\ Evening ocean tide of Plantation .Iread'i of native rock residence Before
dent who was killed In ictlon in projected Improvement to It* tary of the volunteer group and Safari and Tour Spain, Portugal miles south of Homestead coming to Kendall eight yean ago
the lummer of 1941 in the European various exchange Other telephone Glenn Schroeder, Dick Nelson A fish fry and entertainmentwill miles south of Tivernler.. from Kansas .City be organizedand
theatre. Ballard was a companies arc not effected, 'Clarence Brooks, Arthur Troxell be feature of a get-together .. and relict from the wreck, that managed ilx other corpora*
v brother of Willard Lewi of except ai the Southern Belt long HermanLucerne, and Chi F. for( menWri! of John G. Salley Dr. and Mr*. J. A. Smith plan I Is reputed to have brought goldto hn yielded silver bullion will be tlons. H* has a wide backgroundIn
Homestead who expect: to attend distance line are used by other Mann were named director: Appointed Post of the American Legion and to leave by plane Aug 25 to hunt King Solomon' court,, Victor) used ai museum attraction advertising and promotion. ;
the funeral subscriber: to drift the constitutionand their families to be held at 7 big game In South Africa \he Fells the Kafu River, Kruger Gliu-ln-bottom boat will take The 25-sen museum site on
Ballard was graduated from by-law were the Rev Martin o'clock Monday evening In Legion National Park and other point sightseers out to view trenur Plantation
bought outright
Redland High School In the clanof 11 TO BECOME ELKS R. Davis, Cha De Stefano and Hall.A Gordon will be accompanied Coral Gable by J. Fritz of Interest.\. ____ _ _ n recovery operation by diver on I for cash from the estates of Wood /
'42 and went into the Army Fifteen new members are Cha. F Minn.ELKS nominal charge will be made attorney,, and McKenzie, has a frontage At
Air Force where he was trained scheduled to be Initiated into the for the upper to help defray expenses who has been Dr. Smith' com- 1,300 'to Register Sept. 6 1,000 feet on the ocean and 721
as an aerial gunner In addition Homestead Elk Lodge tonight of the junior baseball team panion on hunting trip to MexlMI Expected feet on the Overseas Highway.An .
to she brother here, he Ieweeanother announce Exalted Ruler Claude SPONSOR sponsored by the post; says Commander South America, Capada, Alaska I At ,Homestead and Redland Schools old rock quarry pit 1,000 feet
brother, Letter Lewi of Campbell. The initiation will ,
Leroy F I Qunahye Wyoming, Colorado and Mon long with an average width yt
Tallahassee, and a slater, Mrs, J. bring the lodge membership to" \ /, 200 feet and an avenge depth,of
GOLF TILTS FOR tuna Dr. and Mr*. Smith will ofl
; E. Amen tot Shady Grove approximately 200. No Filed Some 1,100 youngster are '*- eonstrurilon, now under way, 24 feet will be converted into an
make a ilght-eeelng to
trip Spain
Inland harbor
each echooL for yacht anchqf/
cafetorlum at
pectetf to register at Homestead
VISITING CLUBS A.lnst19 Tax (Roll and Portugal after Mr. Gordon By the UM of built-in tteel wall- age and charter boat and outboard
Kiwanis Club 'Celebrates
Redland Florida schools
*nd City
Birthday return home Oct. 3. cupboarda and folding table and dockage by cutting a abort .canal
No compliinU ala hut the i 19.9 The party will fly/ to Africa byway on Sept 1r according to a survey benches the building can be converted to the ocean. :,.'
First. Year's Achievemepts
; Marking Homestead and Coral Gables city tax assessment* were filed of New York the Azores and made this week. Clam will begin in eight minute from Buildingewill be ijnder ctfil

Elk were co-host recently at a council Monday which night U before lilting the 11 city an Dakar to Johannesburg take-off on '$ pwltb enrollment (Continued on Page Four) traction In 30 day Ja koiv laid.

:The cutting of a huge birthday "bottleneck at the Intersection golf tournament at Miami Bill- equalization board each: Monday point for the safari into the big predicted to be about 'equally '
cake topped with one candle, of the Overseas Highway i andPalm more for member of South Florid night of thl month. The tax roll game country Mr Smith will divided between the RedUnd and Homestead Enrolls
I highlighted the gala celebration ave In Florid City Elk lodge Limeade was of $3.360,990 was accepted .from travel in a light-teeing capacityon : : the Homestead Florida City '287, \ I
oC| the ,first\ anniversary of the Mr. Arbogast introduced U. I served to player on the course City Tax Aiacssor W B. Cave at the' safari which provide for achool County registration\ 1* expected Wins 2. Titles in
Florida City Klwanla Club Fri i Gov. Leonard Uslna of the I by Bob Perkins it wad of'the the regular council meeting Aug 2JOO, ) 'mile of travel by automo- breach 40,000. e County .Field pay
! day evening In the Parkway. The Eleventh District who preelded I local club, assisted-fey Mr. Ceo, 1-< bile, 200 mile by river launch, Homestead Principal 1 a: B.
i cake was cut by President Goo Harold G Martin immedlaefpast I Skall and Mr*. Claude Campbell. and 100. mile by air Blackburn and Redland PrtnelpalW. Two hundred eighty-nine per- eluded two county.wid4 champlonshlp .,
I 1 M. Arbogiit. who poke with district governor spoke on opportunities After play the 121 guile were The mm will hunt lion, E. Rice will return to duty onAug. eons were registered at the Home- *, waf' scored Home
I pride on the Infant club' achievement i for Key Club expansion entertained at dinner. Allen Pope Is Slated leopard bull elephant, kudus, JS. and their teacher. will steed summer playground program stead in the county school ty tyttem'a
*. In the Florid City group and Homestead placed/ourth among For Master's Degree hartebeesU, ttbr*, warthogs, go. on duty Sept 1. which 'close today, an. field and play day Uendty .atl}
l The primary project, of the club Carlton MonUyn, Miami Dally I ten team which competed for then antelope, waterbucks, and other For the tint time Homeitead nounce Principal X, B. plack- Silver Bluff SchdU.! Herbert Mcr
i U Bryan Edward Memorial Park New columnist, told of Kiwsnts I prize offered report\ Claude Allen Pope, son of Mr. and Mr*. big game From the river launch, and Florida City school will burn. Twenty-eight adult were I K.Jnne1ancS Katherine atyer won
which 1* being developed into a club extension work which led to .Campbell:: exalted ruler of the J. R. Pope of Homestead, will re they plan to hoot wild duofc and have an MiiitaM principal tyr enrolled In the art and handicraft tint place!; In the junior boys'
$71,000 community recreation the organisation of VIe local club. I local lodge First prut* wa wen ceive a master' degree in education crocodile: and to angle, for tiger- W. R. Bird 'Dlf; Homestead Was : claw One hundred' two' and girl bone shoe pitching:
center: by the Arthur Vlnlng Dhvi Other guest Included Charlie I ICulhman. by Belle Glad at George Peabody' fist, lilted among the gamest of recently appointed to the port setup boy and $< girl were registeredfor competition Second places .wen
Interest under club sponsorship, secretary of the Miami flaying for Homestead were Teichen'.Gjllege ea Aug 1$. I fish. this summer upon recommendation recreaUon: and physical education won by Jane Thuraian In the
the president said The" Kiwanlans club an4 Kenneth King, past Claude:: Campbell, T. A. Moore Mrs. Pope and ber daughter, Movie and till life picture of the Ute evaluation ; 30, for ere and handler Junior girl1\ ping pong and Side
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i l art sponsoring also the organisa president and Frank SUrling1. Adrian Jacob, Gee. Shall, Dr. A, Miss Mabel Ruth plan to drive will be made of the hunt! and of committee .which visited- tbe *ft;.24, 4or kmuahv> : licit of a volunteer fir depart:: both of which ipon- M.I Logan Allen Neil. Paul Baker, to Nashville for commencementand the light-seeing trip which will schools la May. ; ;. J baton twirling I ;and 10.' for. manual shoe pitching.: -f*
I meat, he said, and club effort eared organization of the Florida R. H DOM, Stanley Wlttkop and Allen will accompany them Include tripe to the Zlmhawe Improvement In the Homestead training; * t* .. Five third places were-won F poll

.' were 1I wjcctaf in .eUmumUiig* City arouse Herman Heliilcin. I boas, ruins whence the Queen of Sheba I and Aedjand plant include; A total of 19 point' which: In- (Cvntlnued on. Pan Four1 / ....

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"LOAN Impromptu Insurance! on Employee; I In biology from University ol'!Wood [Bank Round-up I I O.gne .tended the for fish member fry, 1 1I

i ASSURES Prize for Best-Loved ALL STARSVIN\ Paid by Hlrd Chevrolet Florida, Mr. Karle was employed\ Followed by Fish Fry I of given Arrant-Smith by the union Post V. T W, j
I In rodent reeaarot sea\\J'OI' wU> .
COMPLETION Doll Awarded Alary Ann WtirzbachAn the a s. run dI ...,. pit-. : NIB Mood. denaMons. were and their familiesCtl'B . \;
OF FIRST TILT IN mplrar-patd\ life in sere we .
and. noapNal and surgery bene- Nice before oeaming. lere lit \isvetpen I I lead* M ese tatimMp atunfcy byfenjen&flf TO HEAR DeMJLLYQr

VFW POST HOME[ JmprMftpM pHu pf OM Jean Peaavenlo, walking dB,; DISTRICT PLAYBy fill have ben written for em I hi the utMc',11h of thrO. > an4 duty a. .hW M yaerl MM I Onien, Loetjf Ho. John W. DeMUly of Dade
I dollar tot the belt loved dot) wa 2nd, Jean PeaavenM. musical plo,.! of Bird Chevrolet Co by South heltie.Llchtnln.tStrikn. IMO In the V F. W poet home County Health Department will
awarded to little Mary. Ann Wun- doll the OuU life Insurance Co In A number of wouW-be donor peak on public health: tonight ata
Completion of Arrant-Smith V. bach for her battered,, eyeless, Matt beeutl/ul doll-lit, lard KENNETH CRAVES addition to receiving free Ineurance -! were rejected because: they had upper meeting of the Florida ij
V W poet bane WM assured dreatlea but cherlahed "baby" Hie Bay; Indo Karen Bishop Herman Thomas, pitching his tat himself, each employee had malaria. CRy Klwanli" dub! In the Parkway
Monday night when officer of Saturday at the annual doll show sixth game In aid l nights, issued has the privilege of enrolling his Homestead Building, After the roundup, nearly MO .. 1
of the Homestead and Reoland even hits and three unearned dependent In the plan
the port corporation were ."lhor'-1 Grietre Terburg Leaves I''
Ired to borrow MOM to ttnlihconitructton. playground Mrs. Cathea Robert, run to Delray Beach In the first Lightning struck Simmons'
proprietor of a Miami doll ahop For Hawaii Tomorrow round of the diitrlct softball James Esrie Begins I building on Flagler ave at 4:M
More than the required 4l perrent and one of the judge for the tournament at Boca Raton Monday Park Ranger Duties Saturday morning to do an *U- '
Min Oriel RETM'tX4lanf
") Terburg
volunteered and
of the membership approved show to restore night Crlm'i All Stan had to mated 1tOO worth of damage to enjoy a .
borrowing the money at the costume Mary Asses Ml Without II Mr Homestead and Mr, *will Andy teach Terburgol band go 10 Inning to gain a 1-, verdict I. JTamea B. Earle of Ollne..m.1 the tees trf the*.ul1di c.. The ,
meeting attended by over 100. chart. chorui and high school English over Delray Karl Oreer and Billy began duty Monday at a permanent building did not eaten fire,. and carvfrco vacationKeep ', a '
Elective officer ol the poet and Seven flrit prlaea two dollars) at Forte each clouted: circuit blowsin ranger for Everglades I I I the six persona _pint HMtalrl\.! .
this Laupahoho, ,
Leroy T Donahue, adjutant, arc sag even) eeoMMl prlte* (one dollar coming year I the tenth.Saturday National Park with headquarter were uninjured: ,
Hawaii She plan to leave Saturday f "
the officer of the post corpora ) were Bualn awarded t and by Professional ttit Homeate4 by train for San Francisco night Crlm All Stanand at Coot Bay.Aa I According to M.. SteW'- tefanoa -

tlon recently formed to handle Women1 Club la ddUon| to and. to. aall from there next week. Herman Theme defeated tt soon u he obtains living co-oOWcK Uif'liott' ..e out
financial c. of Miami ,.2. Karl! Oreer 1
detail The officer eccofnmodetkmii he will be Hned a gaping hole about four feet by
Mr* Robert, Judges for the show Mia Terburg who receivedBachelor I
are: E.: D McOarrah, commander, home run tied the contest up In by Mr*. Earle and their children seven feet at the point of entry
held In the Redland District New of Music degree from
Edw. Welt, senior vice-com .' the eighth Inning Forte and Diane Jem eight( yean of age, and did other construction damage
mander: 1 A. Ruff, junior vice. building were Mr Irving Melnleln MWechtler. University of MI.mlhI.* summer Shiner then walked. Single by I and James, Jr., U months, Holder In transit through the building .
commander Mrv Herman !ha had experience In band or- Rhode, Don Done and Steve Bl- ,
trie Bridget, qu.rterm..ter of a Bachelor of Science degree .
and Mr* Lad Martin.Prize ganlxation at Coral Gables Elementary
; John Grtynor, chap-, ondo gave CrWn't the needed r';'1
were awarded a* folio School, The H..llanhIh I
lain; H P. Rutherford pod advooete : margin Old Reliable Herman ,
and ** school in which, the will five hit and struck 1\ ,
; Ceo Skatl, lurgeon.AHer gave up out .r
the butlnew" aenlon, Commander Beet character: doll-lit. Donna ,teach I* located lit the sugar cane I It Mlamlan,
McGarrah presented:I Sullivan, typical te>4MI doll; Jnd.rranew growing section and hat an enrollment Mitchell downed V, F W 10.0 t

Donahue with a certificate of Jeers Pesavento SUter of of \Approximately too. Au,. I, behind the 4-hlt pitching'' j jI
aervlre from national headquarter SI Joeeph. I of Herman Thomas. Franc!
for nil work M service officer I-: Bert homemade doll Wrlht.Bftt -. let. Out-of-StaU Preachers I Sklner and Red Delk each hit;: Let Us Supply oUr. y J 1
Dottle )
tot the part year Scheduled for for the circuit to set the pace for ,
foreign dressed, doll ls, Raptlsts the victor I In touch with home by

Goulds School Dotty Turner, Pprtuguese doll; The Rev. ORay Weeks, pastor Crlm' All SUn took both ends
{To Hold Commencement 2nd, Marie Sykei, Jamaican doll.Oldett of Court Memorial Baptist Church of a twin bill l Aug, 4 on Ceo,i j
doll lit, Lucille DeNlaco l and a
I Lawn Garden Needs
t doll Sod.' In ,Lexington. Ky. 'will?.Breach Skall I Day by defeating Key Weil5t ( J
Commencement eiertleee\ will\ IJ-yrar.old ; Sunday morning at the First Bap- and 12-7 In the tint contest, LONG
M held at I clock tonight InGpuMi .ma. Ana, Holecek, ,edyearolddoU. tilt Church of Hornettetd. The Bill Forte slammed a home run I '
Baptlit Church for the AennleMark pastor, the R.v. John H. WhItt, with no one on to give Crlm'i an i
vacation Bible school attended by Belt coJlecUon-lIt !. away on a three-week vacation. early lead Herman Thomas collected Power DISTANCE I
approximately TO pupil andwrrkert. *) Snd, Karen Bishop. : two hit for the local
. At noon, 'the parent of MOlt unuualJet Dr. A. T, Pilgreen of Shreveport Crlm' acored eight run In the
th> children will bring basket La, will preach at the flnt inning which proved to be Lawn Mowers\ '
lunches for a school picnic. entitled from other church In morning services on Aug 21 and enough to down the Wander!1 TELEPHONE
Women of the' church have the county Dean of the tsoe-week .. 11.7. John Yudinlk), Lloyd Field I 1
solved dally\ lunches for the 10 to school __ai the Rev. Waldo K. Aug and Don Don etch chipped In 1 Lawn Sprinklers
2, waken tome of whom were Wood acting paitorPreinventory with two hit apiece for the: .

local Garden Hose .
Herman Thomas loud only
l I. Brooks Inc. two hit to Home a* Mitchell .1
snared a 2-0 contest from thesecond Grass Shears
placer Friday night enlist. a comfort to.know tint. no matter where
[ James Simmons, equally a* stingy,
gave up only four hit to the victor Hedge Shears you go or how long )'ou'l be away, you can get

*. J. B Clonlnger colle.tedhalf : "LaiV Itome in a minute or to by telephone
Sale ofthJMLions . circuit and switchboards have been . 'J
Oldest Completely Garden Rakes Many new I \j
llear Ernest F. Coe, added and nine out of. ten cells |o "
'I. Equipped Father of 'Glades Park Grass Brooms through! while you hold the lion t

Ernest F Coe of Miami father Ute Long<< Distance regularly to keep In touch ::

the Everglade National Park, with home and office;' Voice visit with home- .

: 10 Discount painted a rosy picture of the future folk coot to little-yet mean to much to Jour "
of the park for the RedltndDlitrlct ':
Lion Club Tuesday night pleasure and peace of mind on vacation __. .'
P. 0. BOX II Mr. Cot showed colored tilde of 1
the animal and plant life of the

on every purchase of Speaker next Tuesday will be
Repreeentatlvt Grant Stockdale,


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\+ Of court*,you pLked: the car you aU those fine car features ... all # a' eaeeaNO coo sews wausnp or
.'1 j iaeTai4t'a: Chevrolet. I the cu the power and economy: that comet ,

I I. 1. 1 America Jitoi best, So silt to yourtynt with Chevrolet ownership
So hold out for the best and get
[Santa cat that
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rY" reward of unmatched
i lure
you .I \ .. driving tuUsfaction. MAe Amcrica'i
fir.tooNLb'to,. you"*',agree k would b.. choice your choice. . Choose '

.. '. pass ',upall thoatf yean' Chcvrokt for tho most beautiful

.H fM| All and mile''of driving:' pleuure, . ,, buy ohm W
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it riding a ruin ttj,tide<< of popularity I Official figure provo Ht Hudson soles are up i A 33% over last year of this Hmo. And how people ors. switching to Hudson! !

, 1 Already, more than 107,000 have traded In other makes of can, i
;1 -c from the lowest to tho highest priced, to own a Now Hudson. """*

,*TOW. during our big Buy-Now tlful. 2-MOST Roomy. 3-

.IN Birthday Party,we're offering MOST Road.worthJ.MOST

ssws.A. the longest trade, ,best deals in our All-round Performance: .

t hbtoryl 1' IL'. America1 most beautiful car HudsonHERE'S

. I, .So come (In-and Mint your car for example,becauaelt'e tho loweat-

' It pays WOBtO-S CHAMPION .abylq UNmIAINCH WIOf-SAU WHIRS YouTI be amazed how much woll built, moat streamlined of aD-Jet

get thoso VAIVS IMMSAB SNOtNS BOOT CONSTtUCTtON nUS lOW-MISSUM THUS allow you for 1U!.Enjoy a thrilling tbero'a full road clearance. Indeed GUI CM WITH TW m, I

,i XTRA VALUES ' ,,U M siT, Mi V II1' CAa M CUtVID: WINOSHIOD. Revelation Ride In the New Hudthb b a car of ouch: advanced doon L!!!!attua'
.. ...cI.Alve to OWN-OPllAII-MAIN'I.IX1IA irormMtrai m'fHLB wftfc tenetne IlIAD whir PANORAMIC VttJUUTtnMn -discover that here ia AAteri- mID that IL', a protected irwtstmert ". "..

r Chevrolet, '. CII'IWAfI SOOT Q..M Can 1-MOST Beautor your n
Iin Its field tTJttttM. ,HTDtAUUC MAKSS ITYUNCIAHD WXUlY mwrarer5stt 't
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BUICK SPECIAL!I laogth t"Jar a wheblbfat vkfaillltMa '" ; ':I achln-emenU .li the deK..n of 'the .1'-- Toiler. Youth Group lhlnlpe' liY ibreJlil MI IOw i..1iI 'I.. r'

I .xUlbllilttoJfiawent ijeomMiMQ I .buampcr and. |HM. De- Gevnalttg .
out pf production test D .i v.... by feuick and snood by FISHING NEWS WW AUMMl Camp : ,, ,
PUT ON DISPLAY ftmW. the Special for the. lint time Ma The Rex Alfred Betty Jo JeneUM of rim IMkodlat : '
Hedbert -
The new car retalni" the aanfolid i I I Innovation WM. emomplMied by II, MrCTTl ad WHf pastor Church of ......... MlaaJuanlU Bnlck-Pontlac .
\ aMMMMUM. 41tt4luwiBg ( M Silver Palm Methodist .
appearance placing the ves kids bwnpw grille DeBerry at Ptfrifti aMIfodlal .
AT P. B. BIRD CO.! matea-U guper andboadmaiter I ban forward of the ringi...J\\f'ft Church will l leave Monday to I Church and Mlaa. Dalomnnia ParU I
aerlw with fund*'j bumper Two bonIb-Ihapeod bumper Nee fee Tavmbir teach i on.-... course on "Un of Bedlam rnmm l*
Model of the new Bufck: Special mental dMrMterteUca of BuM i. guards' which .... house the demanding. the ......" at the Church. .
weal on dtiplir/ la Homet.ed dealgji praatntoddrm 1ooatwler parking lamp art mounted on nigh Uw Methodist Y wMi Camp In !.- AlMMr at UM oamp are MissMaalM .
w...., at the Will fOOIM atPnttan or..ow.. I the bwnfttr (Add SO MlMito. lar HamaaHed) .bwi.AcoMtiMnylM.. ... Oavta end Arhur t .. ' Service All Makes
B. Bird Motor Oe "n .. New also are sweeping fender Auf, 13 11:11: ...n. attain, Mr. Hedbatf to Breaderftw ef Flrrt MetbodfttCfcMT ', :
Featured by I bumper and able aa optional equipmentThe . and body contour which Ind(. A UI. 11 II;U pan. lM..m.Aug .I the amp will be Idle Jackie *
new aerlet to praaunled vldua>i "Uie Special
farm 1"1. .
GM Cars
radiator grille 14 11-lfiM. 14 ajnAug
nest to the automobile design InduMry entirely, .two.J>ocb' rl/lc and \time nwdolia . i .InaThe ........ 14. It:. urn flllpjnAug : .
ilx-pmnenger four-door eedn Bulck ventlportt, a Built! ,..,
Bulrk'i' Special Series wan Introduced .. U 12:111I: IIIlh ,' }Expert,
a aU'itiaaaatnnif t M>doofaeden development of last year hich ,
new alyllng this week And many with engineeringInnovaUon& < mpletety I and a thrce-paawnger two has been widely copied, are relocated Aui. II II._UMp.m.1:05: Im. 7 tMmAug. *'a,.. TOMATO ANDPOTATO "'. ,'I" '. factory.t rained
long end stock l In I Iappearance. doiy business .coupe wlk| added in the Special and are Aug II 141pm.: TMpnAug : ; '\ Mechanics\ l
I I utiHty ipwi .. ,MtMoa toVmpleluKgige ovali ratio (than circles\ .
t Ui.a new BprcW It |7... 1:02: Im. i Ml: ) em . .
!, room 1 In UtoHHinlr com-. mounted In the hood Instead "
three Inches thorler in mcr all Aug 17. 141pm.; IMpmAug : .
pnrlmmtHiKh of In the fender a* on the Super U. 10: Im., FIELD CRATES
i nit the list of enRlnrerln rand headmaster series.
' i Aug. II 3St; p.m. 104 pm Paint and Body
41 Aug, II. 402am.: 101: am, Dy
I Aug. II :.Op.m. llOflpm: Miller Work
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r Ir I Mr and Mr: Ceorg Keffer .
fished Snake CraFY t Thuradny. N"SUAIII. SAVINCI UpholsteryFurniture
Aug, 4, and caught H anappre "' .ID von

weighing from e (n xmnd and a M.d..1, Y.. Nkkur" hpkx and IceBox
BRANCOR Inc. half to four pound apiece They ( '
r I caught also II large eras rilth lid Weed Ie .8114 KcfinishinnPorcclainlzing

They fished! with rod and reels Nor urea. ..
and used mullet and chubs far
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0. O Lander and O N. R b.: -'
Successor to Southeastern Rock,Co.. {' orb trolling I around Cruyafoot: Roll Idgi Stropping will not tncg or siring up.
II barracuda
Reef cough
All Rounded.
largest of which took around place Edges
II I In the Key fishing tournament' Heavily Conttruded 'for, long lift.
1 Rf I with a weight of 14 H pound.. Gales Doted-Your Nomt imprinted. New Buick Special i

t Rockand' Concrete Frozen Feed Food Thirty Donation Families I Nails "$toy Fut". Now on Display! ,

I. I, wren or Wire today
District Welfare Board No. 9' " ,
Products wishes to thank the people who I' -
( THAI D 0 9'1'1bg1A donated frozen food to the Welfare -I J J l\ : m ;,\( ltn
; ; Quick Board Freeze when plant the cloned.South Dade I Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

The board 'sac, able to give 7tk AND I1'OCITON Sri a RICHMOND II,V1aotNis a DIAL 1ae1S1
\8. Krone at (Ik fiUi I Pbeae. 111
1I thI,, I e road ,hock e Pea Rock for about several thirty days famlllej, official ample report food I' 1. : : '_ "' )' 1

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home a weather-proof coating of L : '

lasting beauty in white or' pastel ,

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I ACT NOW before Summer -
or possible Fall hurricanes and insulate the average six i to Now have all-aluminum storm shutters '
I seven-room residence. you' can in, , +r'

-damage: or endanger your home your investment family's *.', r:11'I panels that stack} likes pie plates' :,and: l last. a ,life;. ,, >>

health. One application . .10, ,YEAH GUARANTEE,, r rte: J time. Easily applied or removed by ,one person '

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one low cost Investigate! wear

and durability. Yea, with Insul- ....I J ( i in a matter of minutes. No parts to get lost, .: .

:> have guaranteed positive ) bentor '' hurricane- "......
Pie Miami 4-9510 SgrREE protection! bli, ;* ( worn out They are absolutely ......t": .

and eemplele"Infornultea ef tick 101" ?: " I ,' _:- I' .,11I': proof. Made by the manufacturers of the famous c t ::1,
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(, ,. Four HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Augut* 12.194$
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/ L W TteiLeaderEnterprise the IMmtttu4toe. METHODISTS WMA., sea W, Smith, MmWatefeard. a.d twta4jr-a.4o .lei per pupil 14 ATTEND Blitz SCHOOL

PUytog. 00 the Iwktor te.. were David C WUHama and ........... which aYlflltd 'TWrty-foMr pturfta -and tea Better Check Those Closets
i f Uvronr Wes&enr. ptttfcarWUUe ; (CoothHjed (rem Page One) C- A. .......... tin ton Conner latfce woraen ...... at HM
i ,...... .. 'I"A Hen, catcher; SawwyMMPT ....cter In charge of oeoMrucUon. MO or 111.21heist. Ike national week ...are... CIttInIa one- .. *
OewMml.Ia Mildew
Homeatead marled to 1HI to median! of |IT*.tl. For
Carl Norwood, .
shortstop.; .
form the present church: which I veoattaet Bible. ...... whisk. will
.r rrUn .1 IN S.tb It... ant bat" ; lUnny 1ItId.eo64 holds the distinction of pioneering doa today, announces the Rev Air all wools. If (soiled they should be
4 ... "bees; Bruc Eania Jr., third baa; .
P.klnba eo...... .Y Jerry Werner, center field; John by 11 yean In the union ol 1.300 EXPECTED I ar POI ... Martin a Dart*. partorGlbesUte cleaned. This I Is mildew weather.Oanwala .
Taulk, light field; and Buy northern and southern branches (Continued from Pag One) 5IitiA. ."nZ..t'l? loaared ataUnt. tXefk fire, a4 '
AACNq Smith, lift field Other who I of Methodism apUt by the Civil slow LAW ta ear psae sie*
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helped to win team Victoria* this I cafeterias to auditorium Konrt or aasairr tau I
: LtAC AKCHM Win that time worshipped In the The eight Redland and two mtlloSo MOMIM .Moarfk I TRADwmDSUt
Shiner Jack .
NM* |.. MMw lumina art former North Methodist Church / AIDOUHO. ,....un. .loeol Matto .
I Polk, John Bakir, Teddy Carter, Homestead school busses are
MAlI' taa.,1L.. lCllJffOlfII. building from which It will move among the 1} ta South Dads that lUlU I. COLT prwN.NAk. _
.. Booth.
Fred Link and Bobby
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to the new edifice on Krome eve. will continue to be operated thisyear S. E. fleet Are. W. W Severy. Manager Pisa Ml
I Dominic Bionda wu pitcher fcr Xttat * Writ ,4 essay !lot. *
The new NMoot by I IT%.1001 . ..... KARKOTEVNDEBBODT !
catcher" .. by contractor Forty-five W tlt mMM
and Waaiberry
MTU Billy
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la, bMa'l.cI7".: .mm. lieti OM.IMS H the midget team. Charles Brown church plant Includes a sanctuary, new 54-passenger busses have .r4* ...... n *a i+e .... Cort I. a ***.U.
0 M4. W el DMV I C I* M. IIMI "I played first baM; J. Lee SmIth an educational unit, a combined been bought for 1141.847 bjr the .. P.1 N.ehs.M' Ja..a. AN.t.aa..ii.Nf..M
MM, is.MI i r>-. I>H.KlUlM it, second but; Bobby Brown; recreational and dining ball and county which expects take over .on.l Co. ,
I third bate Marvin Beehltr, abort a kitchen. Set M feet !back from ,, the operation of aU the schooltmsaes : ....... SM........ A.elMl4.
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) M I .II MUTMk the street line on Krome ave.. the 'IOTECTlONStops
field next sawn I.rtli.W . .. ,... .. George A. Crawshaw
:* I* lilt M the MM .ftw. atop; Barry Smith center ; it chat *
.11 < -../IPtso//., .MMT. the .A :seA: Bruce right field and aaactuary has a I50-aet audltorlun Despite an Increase in educational Gekw9 AMHtai M
....... Batchelar ; .
choir loft, I choir room t inch..A. / rui :
a ( appropriations, the
I perccntage .
lint Shaw Jr. Ian field Other I.. M. M, PAN. R..MD.Ias
playing this summer with the and a rtudy A public address of the state, Income spent I I CMMII, rWMIhM > I II Underbody I Eilginccr and
Florida Moonlit Night system .till connect the IS class for public school: has not Increased M BtrtmWr A Ire. a knl. rte.My ..
champion team art Dicky llama.Paul I It II .'et.1 A. H M MMk rMMD 1 1I
Schowalter Al Beard nary rooms of the educational unit and from the II per cent of .. Cxrt H,, HOKI. I IM/l tttm Rust, Rattle and Rot .
a, AiwU Majbcw ntr.lrkkIh.d" the recreational and service wingto 1139, according to state-byHrtate I Iso .l* m4 Mil :pkN..1it .. /MesA.i
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Home, Ernie Westberry Jimmy 145.4 .>r <. .. the ,> I. Knappen Tippttts Engineering Co
"" change Into ailhouettaft Oray. De Leon Gay, Dick Llnke. th, auditorium kThe study made by the Council ofitate .1... < . MMWlr W MM' M I
building was designed by Government Among (5.45 M I far Ik*WTMM .. .., .. MM Applied under hood,fenders, Suite 1615 DuPont Building
night Rex Bcchter, Danny William and ../t ... _...
When "lon merge In fray am' Billy Hendrlck H. M. King of Louisville. Ky., 41 state In 11/1-/1, n.I et .1. -""-. floor and chassis. Keep sewan Miami 32, rlorldaTelephone
architect for the board of mission ranked eighth In the number th'l Datal Asrw lit.
black and white Paul L. and Mra
Coach, Wesley JIMMY allLIIVANakwtrr new and old cars young .
Night' sounds blend Into a deep Mary Smith Cody, playground and church extension of the teachers with college degree nuv cmmiif. 9.4141Announcing ,
droneS Methodist Church The building better; twenty-first In ". .? JOHN I. OHRIBN. Order your Karkote Job
directors, yesterday expressed appreciation .. .
.vt the call of the whlppoorwlll for the co-operition tommltte la composed of J. o. salaries which averaged tl(4l; ( .ita'IS IS r. ak..trAss. M. ...*. .. Doll. now. tTextty .,
/Ion*. received. from the Homestead Rotary

Uons Club Club, the the Florida-Redland City District Id ,'Rcnaon Electric His I II .

' r 'HOMESTEAD wants Club, the Homestead, BusInna I One-Stop
and Professional. 'Wom \', :Philco Appliances Our :
(Continued! from rage On.) ;
Homestead Leader.Enbprlse ,
Oub 'fhe I feat Station
} Homestead by Fred Link, Junloibovi' and the Redlanif,District. hlM-t.. r1.. Ill
I pint ping: Darrell Leon News. '
I bardt. junior boys cherker..Frei; '
Wilt( junior boy? lick rare Made-in*Ilomeetead I X IL DONE SON New Location i,

Herbert McKIniiey and J. Let ... N. Krem Are. Heaesteaf
Smith, Jr., Junior burr three .w v
11 ltd once; and Dutch Davis and ReadY-Mixed' ConcreteConcrete 11$
Sidney Lewis, mllM' three-lag. M ., 10 E. Mowry St. :.:'
The ( Hor.stead playground Blocks
Softball t.It1II'won the DidcCeuaty Benson Electric Has

In North. Junior and South and Div midget Mon com title ImtnedlAte: Deihery, Anywhere HOTPOINT Eskew's :r
I. 'pUticin' Wednesday. at Shenan APPLIANCES Shop, .
Concrete Inc.
doiU..PlrkUi Miami. The Junior Supplies .
steamrollered Horace Mann 22-1 I Princeton, Ph. 441 "We Need Your Head to Run Our
1 ahd tf\/\' midgets defeated Opa Cor. lib it fJt.C. ..a...... HemMtftd
Lcxia 10-t I k: -. - -- -- Business"t
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!..'.. 2C4i tt1 MAKIS THI BIjS, BirriRENCI IN i'J( Used. Cars ': ,\, :;

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1911 Chevrolet 4-door 1916 Chevrolet 4-door .\ u:/ ,,;
r RNISHESrlard While wall fires; teed paint, ant esverot New'paint toad Uraai (*od aral smeil. : .j
:' 'yWliTHI: "SENSATION' t '-'4EW mechanically A-1. A beautiful car. that b In excellent> ahapamechaaleaUr. t;. r I

The newt Davis Vemfefc, M*. only'" mod Modem 1911 Ford 4.door- : .', V t., ,.
1911 Ford 2-door-
Goad paint and Mr**! hew Sell' teen :
sjf syntnonc Pedro n the SjevalopMtonff of II* Qwonty and door panels .: , A load clean Job; In excellent eendllloa.

Vetwhk pf't4hcti.' '.... At. fbM 01 tCluiptNtIf, r.'PFIIECOR .

operated1vnd. r nfaxhlon ,control Mnf .... oivftcVMt 1911 Plymouth 2loor- 1916 Ford 2-door

'I ..ate lurm ot...mwnishai e< iup rtor merit.lUrtlsalWsVonUlorov I Geed al.t.t, ,tare*. Ak' to see: Ibis A-l .....r( ear, la first! class ps.dUba'as' '
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"e..1AM4iASWPMPAt.1/0Ide1N-o./.d......AYs Ar......II e.Mkarw.tea Mfg .-. ... Cool, dry eVu-free air oa the. dottedrrmmU Used 1/2 Ton Pickup Trucks \ ,

; II Ltia.....".eW...., a* low aa JT*... erfct dnft-fre tendlacloa, : '
l : W to ekpld w......" MwNr w e,'-- ... of cooling,all rear'round. t
: b..........._....,..."... .q4.1 11q... Cooling raPId"l ....' 10 T7JO B.T.U. 1941 Chevrolet 1946 Chevrolet '-.ton stake wIth
''j, t ... $425 er boor. RMBOTM .tl.* air. Scanning
rAt.aAra Noes r.NJS. k--.w New pl"t; color green! stew ai, and overload springs & stake body
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A .A..M......... bark I prartlrallj MW Urea, fMxllit ...... 7HxlIxfront $
bl Tire
/t mss u h. a tAns Ml UOVM. ValMMl a.M. *rt ..... *r a -.. erfiil.b.rmedalIeased U H.P, motorcompreuor. treat Stilts mad and A Celor red and "ekl
...... If .... ...... .Model 76-$.Also itailtbl load track fer w i la peer BMW trite rear. tad. rear.Ceme This la and track are I*It la excellentcondition. .
I Price la loon (Model 76-EL).
heels rtllftt H Ot ..M rr**** Mb
h I Reduced. ,:. . ... ::: 1911 I Dodge 1916 Dodge Pick.up-
I New paint Ire.: new pbeliteryt. teed Body with saris' tar aides ant front***
I Benson Electric Co. tlr... ttxltx4. treat.: 1ttxllx4 rear. This tire. tstxltxl fnmt. tUxtlxt mud and
trick' has been reeeadltlened Uvremiheat. mew pear. This track In tint clam' cea-
: Brooker ,Lumber Co. A good buys . .".... The celor I* !black. ,.S

: 1915 Chevrolet '
HARDWARE HUILD1NGMATKHIAL, \ : Oldt titabiiihed' electrical contractor In the Redland,: New plat roles blae, Delax cab; rood .

Phones 62 and 813 Homestead In Princeton since 1(17 'tires. getxltxl' frenlsealx1 rear This
track as geed aa ew

Princeton, Fla. Phone 442 Home tead Large aMrtmeat el Vaei Can and Tracks In .d41.... to these listed. here. "
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,, J and (rowers in the Redlands indicate how we can ,

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I . Body ;Experts. > .," With Our LumberIt's more
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the safest and cheapest in the long run. combination where cyanamid plays a important .
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I Stronft sturdy timber makes strong support for part. We will be happy to discuss with you this for- '
You choose the color and we guarantee .

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and anywhere else where quality wood Is needed.

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t. W. D. Home Co. i I Manufacturers of,

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r--- Mrs' Wen. r. CUf: c.c.eJ 1 to Mr. ad Mrs CkM. W. UfcyAug. Mr. and ...... W. B. MlUa and Mill atoMM WHg ani. N Ktehf wothes-in-law ad slater, Mr. and Mr. and Mra John M !IJatchCtowiftMt
I .Mew by. .PBMM SwMlaf *e aswa. left eS a terwsek vseatWr ea I dauakbe, Amass. Meepast N.. ... n...M,. lases' MM. J R. .,.,.. Week idal I I and daugttaa *. I
4. Altar I vMt with Mrs- mined Mwrtw ..Aar veeattoi .f Me, ttM MM, b V. IGndrlk
I week wMh her father.,Dr.J. .M. Utby's .......... ,....... Webs In Uiventji Ak, lliaaereon1Ueand . and Mrs. ... P. "...... MlasHlMtoaen piste the Byrum home war (ConUnued on Page..eree)
In and Jiround Smith, Of Predate. ,... tit Alpiw Led,* CaIIIp to Aavtema. ,......... They .... acraawiriaf WM ill..ali. atMra
they will visit SaMkyMountalM home hr Mew Mats' KeMMefc'e aott, Robert ,
Mr. med Sari Oor4an aed National Part : aunt Mn. J. a tb+m. ofTkllehkasee MiveeMty tt Georgia.Mr. Open 24 Hours A Day
two daughters returned Thundaat who wttl vWt ate at
Homestead last week from a vacation or )I.... M. N. Fmtaet St Marjrt, the home of a piece M.... Jetw and Mr Wee T. hMCen-. LUNCHES PACKEDFor
twe. weeks aprat to Milton, Pi. 0e. arrived SuMtay to visit hew. H. WMMiard. nell, Jr, retained Sunday after '
.... .. I ..... Early-rlsinf Fishermen
with Mr. Gordon's parents, Mr. with her brother and - visits !In SaraeS with do-
and M.... James Gordon. Aeoorrpanjrloc Uw Mr. and Mrs. A. FtMkWebb Mr. and! Nt''& A. F. Arthur left! Cotweals aunts, Mr sad. Mn. Good Sirloin Steaks Chops Shrimp,
them home wu Penn, FrMay tee Lewes, Del, where Bmeet. BrnHH, and in RrMtwrtan
(flit. and Mr.. H. P. Ottman 1 Major and Mrs ''Wilbur'A. Freeof Lee Distil granddaughter of Mr. they will be horse fueeU 01 Mrs. wtth Mr end Mrs Henry McMurria Golden Fried Chicken
arrived Saturday from MelrceePaiVUI. Cherry Point, N. C., are announcing I, and N.... Earl Gordon who wiD I Mr and M.... James L. Morgan Arthur's parents, Mr and Mrs. Jr They visited also in
., to make their 'horn inHomestead. the birth July H of a visit with them.' ''of Hialeah Mr, and N.... Chas W T. Atkins. Arcadia.Mr GLADES RESTAURANT
They have token an son who has been turned Michael D. Ooft. and Argyle Hendry of -
. apartment at tl. horn. of Mrs.H .I. Royce Major Free is a son of Mr*. Mra. Adrian Jacoba ten Uiweek :Cutler on Sunday visited friendsIn I Mr. and Mrs Earl V. Wilson .nd N.... Bartow E. Kmg
H. Ewing on N. E. Eighth itMr. Luis B. Free of Homestead! to visit relative and frlenc Goulds. Silver Palm, Redland are on vacation In Highlands, of BredentM and son, Bob, art 11$ RROMI AVE. HOMtSTEAD
Qttanan Is I mechanical: tnllneerlag' In Chicago and White Lake, Mlcl I and Florida City N. C. visiting her with Mrs. King's
; dnnuranAccording I The Rev and Mrs. Jpha H. Mr. Jacobs returned recently aftivacation
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Whin left Sunday night for I vacation ., I
In !
I spent Wajmen'llliN.
i to word received by In Lexington and Paris,, c.. and EVlRlvUle,"Ind.
friend*, here Mr. and Mr. J. R.! Ky., West Virginia and Ridge
BtutUnd were In an automobile crest, N. C. Upon their return' Mr. and Mrs Chas. Smear
wreck 'In Denver, Col, where they will be accompanied by their have arrived from Beverly, Mans.,
Mr* Rutland haa been hospital! daughter, Mill Louise, who has to make their home here on N.
led aeveral clan tor injuries. The been spending the summer with
K First st A former Homestea
Jtutlanda. are on vacation in the: relatives In Kentucky, resident, Mr. Sincere recently Fair Value for Your D911ar.
states: I told his business In Beverly and
Mr. and Mra. Marvin E. Cuthrlere
I.I County A.teI;;; ;;; Mrs. Chal.l. announcing the birth of an plans to to Into business here. I f

fourteen-ounce on, .
Stetfanl are on eight-pound Mr and Mrs. A. O Cain rt
Hendenonvllle.CadetMidshipman:- : Dade Marvin County Eugene, born Hospital Au\, 4 Mrs.In visit turned in Friday Claxton from, Gs,a with two-wee Mr. Folks! -To stay in business every man must make a profit -To be honest in business i

A. V'Phil- Guthrle I* the former Mite Julia Caln'i nephew and niece, Mr. and
Ip*.'ii!, of the U. S. Merchant Wlngate. Mrs Jack Wilkinson and In Albany -I dealings cannot consistently sell below' your cost no matter how bigyour
(arine Academy' arrived Tues Ca, with Mr. Cains brother you
.. :b'spend a ahort lelwith Mayor and Mr*. T. E. Kirby returned .
y ,
and elster! *In-law Mr and binLeon !
.ill. .parents. Acting Postmaster Friday after attending the Cain. business grows. We offer you fair value for your dollar. 'We do appreciateyour
nd Mr. A. V. Phillips, Jr. Mr Lions International Convention In ,
htfflpi(!\ 1* spending his third- New York City and visiting relatives Mr and Mrs. Harry E. Coop
dustman\ year can yea duty and Jn Baltimore. and children Janet and Harr,, business and friendship. .
u'' visited! England, Belgium, Edward, returned last week trot
(olMhd.'.France, Italy, Greece Mr. and Mr Sidney Peckettof a vacation spent with relatives In
Y nd Yugoslavia. Upon return tow Atlanta and children Donna ,
. ..Orleans next Wednesday, Lynne: four, and Nell one Webb City Mo.
e-wtll go totem again until his moved Into their new Mr. Mrs Everett Douberl;,, lie ARMOUR
i >ecerin>t.vacation, after which N. W. 17th st Mr. Peckett bv'l returned last week after a vaca VEL 25c MAYFLOWER Stk\S9c;; \::
.? I twill return to classroom studiest nephew of Herman Mark tlon of several weeks In Coloradi,,
( $ VSe academy. at Kings Point, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Branch of Tennessee and Michigan. package MARGARINE:

.. I t.l.tN..y. Fairhopt, Ala, and son Jackie, .
Mrs. A S. Moye and daughter)
i'Haery 0.Crpnwall who broke have derided to make their homein Sirloin-T-13one
Misses Helen and Antoinette are UOON
(is left kneecap In I fall several Florida City where they had spending a two-week vscstioi White Rock DRINKS ,
weeks ago Is now able to be outn been visiting relative of Mra with relatives In BarnesviUe! Ci. Ms"r'
+ :crutches. Branch. r 37c Morcll'i Sliced

Dr. and Mrs D O. Wolfen FlavorsIQUAItTS ...........
4'J have returned
barger and family
from Hotchklss Col., where the;, frtiM Bacon 49c
J visited relative : . One Quart Extra Good Extra

Colored Quarters _
House guests of Mr and Mri
e 0. J. Wollam are Mr. and Mn. .
t Carl Babe of Jackson Miss, and Oversea Babie Sweet ..
daughter Betty Day The Bostic .
s e a pf made their home here during the MOftnELL'Seas .

war Mr. and Mrs. Ulrlo Free o f P ? 2. No.-2 cans 55c HAMS, String Ends, lb.. 39c 7

Homestead and children, Marthi
Row, Betty Loll and Johnny', ;
1 k(sited last week In Atlanta after
an extended vacation In northern i MOUKELL'S .
f itates. They plan to spend two Pillsbury )
*Although tuberculosis U one,of lie oldest s they weeks return In Marco home. Island Mrs Lula baton B SAUSAGE l lb. roll 37c Oi/ ,
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I kaowa diseases, iu nUll was feat conclu Free. of Homestead mother oMr 45c .:..i. .. ... if .2>' "
e proud' when Robert Koch Isolated the Free, ls visiting in Ben Hill, FI OU.,5Ib..PJam .a.
Udllu I little over Shy rears ago. Qa. : "
..+ase MSB king from vigorous public \ '; '
hd1 CapL and Mrs. Roy Keeler,
j, II l tpre..i.... At the beginning of' Ann Mrs. Holecek Frank M.have Kent returned and Norms from Heinz 80 tit Anniversary Sale

.. s. j, tuberculosis led abe list ol diseases as die Elgin Field where they went last Factory Packed n
s taoit: Ireouent cans of death. Today k has dropped to week to. accompany home little)
...smock place.There it i po reason why it should not drop Elden Keeler, son of Capt Kee- I
j cjsptuljr from the list of important causes of death '3-Sgt Icr's brother and Mrs and Alvin alster-in-law Keeler. Sugar Bibs. 45c HEINZ

T This splendid record hat resulted from the combined I' .
tort* at mtoy agencies. An enlightened public opinion Miss Joyce Easter daughter of SPAGHETTI 2 cans 31c
'with respect to the value of the physicist' services bat Mr. and Mrs Hugh Easter lell ,
trib teclllDJD..lun l.U... that long-delayed pbys- this week to visit relatives! In

I Cal'euaiaa&iOA today. We are prescription l>>eclaliau. joints Columbus In Mitilssippl.Aberdeen and other I MONARCH' . MACARONI, 2 cans 37c

r ; Glades Prescription Shop Henson HOTPOINT Electric Haa 1 TEA } lb. 25c IIKINZ: i

; I. AIR APPLIANCESPrinceton /4 lb. Free
Ave. Phoie IIr Ph. IIS KETCHUP, Ige. bottle 27c

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Chili Sauce 12 oz. bot.

) r :: Your best bbrecid..becciu vy in Hunt's :I'! :

r : PEACHES 2 'i can oc.j ." ImINZ-OVI; NAKED)

. se it'sESHER heavy *CiUu '

. '. syrup BEANS 2 for 31c :

r. .i :12 HOURS FRI Fancy I

c t'c Heinz Tomato Juice

"l'. Tomatoes No.2 can 1 Oc

"i" No. 2 can 2 for 29c

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Heinz Baby Foods

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)<:;:: .. a RICE 3 lb. bag file
,.' . '. STRAINED. FOODS, 3 for 29c

:" : JUNIOR FOODS, 2 for 29eCoffee
White House'
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I 1,1!;, I II lb. 19c Heinz Tomato Soup : '

Can 13c
!, "I Clearance-ilex: grind.

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". f f':' fully automatic' bakery In 'he So'uth.F.R J

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'ryrJ' Phone 67 We .nerve ore eight' ' to limit waUtle :; We Deliver je jI j\,
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i iiJ} Six HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Friday, August 12,194

I TO RfeUANO HOLD DECCMMfc(DLAM OP EtWrONPretlmlitary 1147 Art, Handicraft of Summer' Classc* f'] I

tri Y .sjla** ir Ute annual I In Competitive Displays atVdght's\
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Social Events in South DadeCLAIRE . . et tte.IIIIId reunion. High of the School claa of were'4Tmad -

Art and handicraft. work of The exhibit will Include oft
Wednesday night by Miss i
Margaret Oaby, Miss Ruth Engel, classes at the" Homestead and palntVlM, Aftilja*, ,j4 |u.. Ao""-
HESSE AND DONALD I). FOLEYTO MRS DONOVAN TO FETE HOSTESS GROUP OF FIVE GIVES BRIDAL Mis PhrHls Burk, Miss Miriam Redland playgrounds will be t*- aluminum tray mad. by the,
III hlbited over the weekend in a adult and the classes:
IX>NO ISLAND VISITORS I llelme and Cadet-Mldshlpman youth
WED AUG. 16 IN CATHOLIC CHURCH[ SHOWER FOR MRS MORGAN HODGE, JR.' A. V. Phillips Ill It wa decided window at Wright, Eleetrto an- pockttbodu.. pot hoklera and
girl. Richard H. Donovan will to hold the .reunion. In December nounee* tin. Mary Smith Cody, ,product of the manual training
F Miss lairs Hen and Donald kcal nune entertain at luncheon today In Nearly eighty guests WIN Individual Iced cake and punch. when former das member will tnitructor. cl...*. "
D Fole, both of Homestead, will A eon of Mr and Mr. F B. honor of hire Kay Mullen of present at the miscellaneous The lUll were placed on a be home for their Christina v*- Cash price amounting to SIS,
be united lit marriage at I o'clock I foley of St Loul the future Greenport L. I., and her daughter bridal shower given for Mfl. lace-oove sd table) for opening by vauonaBVSINESi donated by the RedUnd District
wa graduated from Mill Vlvl' The Mullens, who Morgan Hodge,Jr..the former Miss I .
Tuesday afternoon, Aug. II, In bridegroom the honor**. Lions Glo will b* warded at '
f Sacred Heart Catholic Church Miami High School in 1141 and have been visiting her with Mrs. Joy Peter, on Friday afternoonat WOMEN'S CLfB 10 o'clock Monday morning at the Benson Electric. Has ,I." .
,,'p The vow.will be reid by the Re*. served for three year with the Mullen's brother-in-law and sister the home of Mist Margaret REREKAH: : LODGE INSTALLS ADDS TWO NEW MEMBERS shop Awards will .be mad for
Piut L. Manning.A navy in the Pact/lc. He 1* employed Mr and Mr, Harry T Jenner, Da met. Hostesses were. Mr. Rob- MKS. DOVBERLY VICE-GIAND Mss X. McCarrah and Mr*. the mart unusual, the most useful Philco Appliances;'
I native o( New York the' by Eastern Air Line expect to return home next week. ert Sullivan Mr Harry Bishop, Mr. Everett Douberly wa C. R. Woolum were approved a* and the meet beautiful prod.
bride-to-be received her education Mr. Harold M. CempU. Mr*. Installed vlce-crand of Liberty new member of the Homestead ucU; tot the belt oil painting; forth
in New York schools' Walter JtuUke and Miss Berne, Wo beat and figurine and Princeton Ph. 441
1" and came HOUSE PARTY AT MIAMI BEACH HOTEL Rebekah Lodge in pedal ceremonies Business and Professional plaque ;
to Homestead l*>o year ago to I Arrangement of pink double Monday night Mss Selma men's Club at the meeting for the bpd ,article made in .
I, make her home with her uncle HELD I1Y MEMBERS OF BAPTIST Y.W.A. hibiscus and white candle were Relic, district I president day evening at the home of manual training There will be \
1\\, and aunt Mr, and Mr, Arthur used for. decoration and the pink headed the .:duty team composed Frank M. Kent, president. .Mon.j| two division, one for contestant
Oude She I I. employed a* a pric- A house party for member of In the party were Mlu Wanda and white color scheme was re- of O. H Sullivan Bingo was played and under Ji yean of age and the 1YA
the Young Woman' Auxiliary of Smith: Mica Vera Ma."Anderson, peeled! in refreshment course, marshal Mrs Joe Beam, chap reihjnent were. served. I other for contestant over 11 APB 1
The V F. W. Auxiliary will held Miss Peggy Byrd matt at a o'clock this evening! In first Baptist Church wa Hammock Mica Barbara Jean Approximately one hundred and Mrs, John Lee, ,ulrdi"' .
Monday and Tuesday at the Ava- MU Jo Terfaurg, of Sacred Heart
Legion Hall to make favor and Smith Miry parishioner Mrs Douberly was on vacationat
wrap lifts for the Golden Jubilee Ibn/ Hotel In Miami Beech Chaperons Miss Clan Stevenson Ml* Joyce Catholic Church attended the the time the other officer
national'convention to begin AugII were. Mrs W. H. How and Morgan, Ml** Betty Turner and family picnic supper held Sunday were. Inducted. DIXIE DRUG
,In Miami. Miss Mabl Ruth Pope Miss' rays rjllllard. .. In the city park I

I MRS. DeBERRY NAMED NEW COUNSELOROF I the A Woman'called meeting Club will of Homesteadat be held by TOUR FRIENDLY REXALJU STORK

Ii I I o'clock Tuesday night in the Phone 30 We Deliver
: DISTRICT METHODIST FELLOWSHIP Fried ChickenAT clubhouse on N. W Hth aLt

i Mrs, Clifton DeBerry.'ofPtrrlije ,I Miss. Martha Lee Davis;. vice-
wa elected new counselor president presided In the absence ITS BEST :
I President John D* Mello; Miss 'U .ft
of tht, Gateway Subdlstrlct of Ann Brown had charge of the Hot Biscuits, toot! +ow MANY 5\Oe.S\ 00 a fi.{' ( SHOPPING
J l4.hodl.t.youui Fellowships at a i worship service ; SNOIw..v.KES ALWAYS I ,
norm. meeting In Perrlne .Methodist After a brief business session MAVHT .
Church. Mrs. De Barry the 55 member present want to Pasco's Farm House Restaurant ': .... ", ' I II --t ga' "t-MTE SPORT'''
weeds the Rev. Alfred lled- the Perrlne community house I \r i CENTER
l berg,pastor of Silver Palm Methodist I where folk dancing wa* enjoyed. I tse'if j .Nswe1t; I klf SUN GLASSES
Church Cookies and limeade were. served 313 N. Flagler Ave. Homestead j . \ r....
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: , 51)I' SPECIALS \ fromt"198
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j OJVACCIIIRATOR own row Fitzpatriclt's Fine FurnitureCustom '. ', !: [ 1111

i,. CAU) I check} prescription needs
r .;/ ANr f H ID IN A CAR . Built of Mahogany and Other Woods your

Cabinet Work Chair Caning Refinishing a: WHAT CAN SUPPLY FRIENDLY! YOU STORK .ebefore traveling rosedWONDIAA ,
Cor. Rlaoayne Dr. *. Redland Rd. mesa see.i WITH GENUINE OfVOg .I

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Dr. Fe P. Archer Jr. ; Dr. Scholl's Standard STATIONERY I .
1 'ffris r fci fly firap,rof" '.-.0'' first' 3 cr S cr 7 ; : Com Pad.. 2Jt '
I Hudnut Wleur 41 cheers, 40 env.Wild ,
OPTOMETRIST Phone 511WBenson SIC. Yanky 'Clove -- I
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AUTOMATIC I fRist 4IL 1.1' e
Ipeelallslag .la Examination *( the Eye and Complete Electric Has Marchand's Golden
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a Optical
ELECTRIC Philco ..... ft '

RANGE DAILY, TCES. THRU BAT,-l.ll: te I:SIM AppliancesPrinceton Toni Cream Shampoo -- 1A
Ph. 142e..eWs .. 2 Ounce kb49e \ ,
West Meaty St. Homestead Phone 641SCRATCH Halo Sham 00

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Ana Pace Salad Dressl.gPint RCA Victor !
Jar tZe I I eye .
FEED Quart Jar .40e Radio and Television IiIi
iI i IS Ib. bag .f I.IT Ann Pate Grape Jam Dealer
I III ID. bag $4.SS 1 Ib. Jar lie i z-: 69t1 JlIfI 'II
STARTING MASH Calforala Seedless Grape .
M Res. bag .e I I..... for Me I ;
LAYINO MASH Cuban Avocado I for .SSe Dodd Radio \ Appliance ;. ,
tl I""'. bag _. .._. __M.M Marvel Home Style Bread y i
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111 Ib. bag 14 IS IVi Ib. loaf I lie WILD Mmtlni,
Jane Parker Donot i ZONITE
GROWING MASIt On Coven plain ...._ ...He19c I Cream OilHAIR REXAll PRODUCTS

It Ik bag __.;. ..-' HII One dosen sugared. I Antiseptic -'
'4.13 Our Own Tea
N. MOd (. guar wEcihcr 1 "hifh, low or medium" 1 Ja tL* tight bear.W.heed . 111 lena Ib..Tomatoes.bag. "r--N:. I tan lee H Il Ib. ,II.. '_.-..- tIe ; Hull TONIC19c For om 46 year Ktxall.
to depend on\ fixed tempersturessThe NUey Olee. ,1 Ib. tartosj. tta I pkg. -- - lies been"le'idinc tla.100guo" .
infinite control of tM Ukli Switch
; Vsri-Spt gives you nryMmptraturt with
from simmer to siixltl ... not jut J, I, or 7. Hut 4 u; II- finest quality
toaifi on like power is your car when. rOIl step on the .cc.Ierstor . Food Store drug' tort, merchandise fOur i
smoetkly.! ir du lly .a*yea turn the iwitcK. Th,', why multi art Nlupqrior A&P : J..i .bt .l'kIC"'sl Rexall J{ Drug Stow'
foods temptingly delicious when L&H. .
10 prepared on an will IIIrD In a"'!; : :
Other" l.atU1'tl10 delight' you . oven II I big enough for an. entire South Krome Ave. Homestead i SAL for you every time, wttti .s
ansavcooVtr lift up co f form extra unit, smokeless broiler, sutom tiMM 375 I 1OIUALITT. 1
( cotttrol for oven,cooker appliance outlet end oat top nfit.t I'' HEPATICA .SUYI([*SAYJN! ll ll"I

When fit
f Payments as low as Seminole TheatreTWO we yewwatch. 49'

$390 e It keep time wmr w' w ,

week BHOWS DAiLTl 7 and I P. M. Phone Nw 111 like ._. Oar expert ;I
BATIEDAT ...d SUNDAY esntinaen) I UU II. 'SUNDAY PUASURtCO' I d, "' t.. r ,, .. UQ, . en," i i"IU1tadio
A4ml.... Advltsi Nkiht. COOS! Matinee (UU I p, ....). Sly know< his_rL Omarnleed -
: Benson Electric Chlldresil'elder 4... cl, t..s> t* twelve. 1*>. (Tn Included > ."....*. tOMIARDO, nn I H,' Roy. ( [1.11\\, 11 I)", ''if, Show. NT I

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f Your Dependable Appliance Dealer JOHN EMERY, HILLARY BROOKE In i
1 I Oldest" Electrical' Contractor In.Use Badlands. "LETS LIVE AGAIN"And WINDOWSAluminum
SI 8. Krem Ave


..4 MONDAY. A... 14-IS Awning Steel Casement l
j 1 .Universal-I -THE BIG PUNCII" HOTPOINT Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double-Hung J
AMedt Ceasedy. CarUesx fathe WeTVCSDAY *-*. i
JalousiesCustom APPLIANCES Romfh Aluminum Jalousies Romfh Glass Jalousies

I AMed rtoe Feathered ......" Caiteoa. IiUD )ED'CITRUS, ,

-i' Venetian, Blinds Storm Shutters THURSDAY aM FRIDAY. A... 1|..' AVOCADOS and -
+' Repairs>> Alterations New Buildings LAKE In ,

,(Tfcla picture wa made In Miami and South Florida) ,
', Add; C+e een. roaasesoii Newt.Oaeala ., ,. I

,j' '' : ,George N. McHugh, c *fraci ri *; Kull'i ".KaMUr.with Uada.Aa..DarawaL 11-lti "VafalWfua7 seatraaBhsatl.ahaaa.'I..... Sunny Ifnul'f Grove W.C.ipaS5 & SonsRMte ., ,

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i'riday, August 12. l IW- HOMESTEAD LEADERENTERPRISEw Pace 9ewtI
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.. : Frank M 'Real of Nerenja .. Mr.*. W. M. north *eoomp.ntdy daughter of Mrs Goff recently CONCMTE BLOCKa all MM. .
cIN on business trip to Cedar .her broH&r. Bern Umpfcreytat I returned to Homostoad after a BruMt Block Cv Mar* K Fla.Koamtsad MISCELLANEOUS
: AND AROUND Rapid. I I. Wlihln .let Mil two g... to Bradeaton to mils. aloft In Miami at the .horn of Mrad .I Phtee. Ira
I walks he plM to go to New Mr .home at the Nelb ........ Mn Cliff BnnnonUMM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE
CarUalt, Ind. to ac .m.ajr .hone there. Sine the. eth e( Mr I OlM C-OIM tar Vacation closing Aug. IT
HOMESTEAD his paftot*. Mr and M.. M. W. Booth on A.... 1 at their hem* 1----- ; tB piajtMWaa" W. *te Heei. iMkItaalnc .patroN ajlaaa. aji for
Kent Wfco have been amending tilt ben. Mn, Booth ha been vtaV 'AtcHEt IM111I t IS* till* .. mt Hwtaf. tit all Ut oI.I !hugs T Mess CharMk) D. Golf
HOSPITAL NEW JOI I N ..... Oxm 1T.. II ArMd (
sum me* there ing In Miami at the horn of a e........................-....... r- I
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
.. The Rev and Mr Paul Herds and Mrs J. Frank Vmphrry Birth rLOOR SANDING and FINISHINO CAR WASHING _VICE. .
r* (Continued from Pap Five) of Washington D. c., and children To Mr. and Mrs Orts L. Bur. Cemetery' : Mausoleum -I FOR SALE kuUU oak and. pine noon washed and poHsked $1

'*ad )JCsthy Mr and Mrs Jimmy Florence' Barbara and John, Mr. and Mrs, Ueter Walkup ot hit of Homeeteod' a daughter' asphalt and rubber tile linoleum. Pacettl Phon MS-M (pass

I IJ Wiggins of Miami! and Mr. and are expected to arrive Thursday Florida Sty\ aspect to leave Saturday on Au,. 5.Medical WoodUwn Part Cemetery I Desk chair and bedroom furniture. . Day ph. eil-VT.: nights II7-W.
Mrs Albert Byrum of HomeftNd. to be home guest ot the Rw. to make their home ta 1190 S. IT tth St, Mlsml Solid nalnut. Ph. 17W The COUNTRY KITCHEN oo 0.
II Mrs Hatch and Mrs Wig- and Mr Martin It. Davis of Stuart patient: Linda Oltthl. PIMMTIM: (pall) l-bedrown, modern CBS home 8.1 opposite fire Tower lenaa
gin\ '*r* Mr and Mr*. 'ideitghters Florida Qty and Robert Diehl ol Homestead, 1 wide lalectloa ot cemetery lot Jarrl mowing machine, good condiUon practk Uy new, with car-port breakfast and lunch Also ha-
I and Albert Byrum is Mr and Mr. Ch**. Carpenter Mora Sever of Florid. City. Mrs .it moderate price available from 161.. Alto power liwn- OWNER MIST SELL this day I te I p. M Closed Satur-
Ottlr ion. While here, Mr. King Secant guests ol Mr. and left Wednesday for their home la norenc Gallot and Willie. Natal large untold traetry. .en.,.. mower whirl Mad type, new I I. your opportunity\ \ to own dark (aS-M)
who Is superintendent of the malls Mn.; Walter Mann were Mrs Baltimore after a visit In Florldi ot Perrin; Mrs Matilda Bred ol Community mausoleum of ',CHI condition aaerific $11 See at III your ewe home wlUl) as lltttei
at, Bradenton visited at the Mann mother and airier,* Mr. City with Mrs Carpenter father, Miami. crypt and kick**. N E. llth at, or nil Ul-J between $1.000 down) DOBRB: normal permanent w.. *
Homestead post office with acting E. C Futch and Mrs. I. D. Jones MOIl Sever On the way, they Surgery patients: N..... Merrell 6 and T p nx (all) Not faster. not cheaper kit
Postmaster: A. V, Phillip Jr of Savannah. On a fishing trip to plan to top over In North Car Caves of Perrin and Miss Genevieve Her tracts on Krome Avenue better Ruth Hslrdrtsslng' StudM
Flamingo, Mrs Jones caught 54 olina Chandler of Florid City. FOR RENT CONCRETE BENCHES with ; CLOSE IN CLEAREDand Phone ISt (Jl-tt) I
Daniel B Beard, superintendent edible fish and an equal number Ixl'* back and eat, I ft long, ready to build. Only! a few HARDEN-Hauling, landscape**; .
.Everglade* National Park Mrs. ofrcatflch.Mr Mr. and Mrs.. Ceo. Ledford andton for your lawn, garden or barbecue left- l,500 and up. topsoil potting loll .land. rack
Burp and their sons Dun and Larry, on Wednesday moved Apartment for rent Furnished or 4I1M Ph. McHugh 78I-T, fill Ph. 143-R. Writ XL 1, Dot i
Al. are spending vacation with and M-w; C. Campbellhave Into their new home on N. Krome D unfurnished' Phono ITO-J or (all-M) U S. No. t Highway property\ 14-A, Homestead I
Mrs Beards relatives In Tully moved Into their new home ave J28-W. ((111)) Is getting scarce let ui help I
J 1 Lake' Park, N Y. They expect to which I II located a mile and a half ..J' J m acre high and dry. pin land :you find your alto fetor It Is RADIO REPAIR-Quick lervk!
" 1 horn about Sept ItMas. : west of Brook Nurseries. Mr Adolph Lopes has enrolled at I Furnished room It Roadside 1 nL! IIOI'tIor Homestead. Will too Islet All work guaranteed. Priee
reCur and Mr*. Campbell had been University of Miami for a course Rest Richard Rd .er Epmoro. bargain with you on prlc Ph. ressonable Robert J. Broduf,
T. T. Bowen left Sunday making their home with their la newspaper advertising Service Eo Ross Ph. t4o.W. (pall) McHugh. TU-R. ((alt-M) Splendid business opportunity Robert rd, just north of Pal* J
to v sit relatives in Cobbtown lon-ln-liw and daughter, Mr;and Immediate WITHIN SO MILES ot Ashe- Drive, Florida City, Phone 6J4-W.
Where Mrs Martin. Robert Frawur ha* returned 3-room upstairs apt.. gas stove. A. 1C C registeredweekold villa, N C. Resort Hotel accommodatlng .
Ga, she will be joined next Harry : :
::1 l from Dobermann Plnscher decorating, wator*
Pratt General" Hospitalwhere freshly! ICentoned frlgldalr puppies 61 guest, Completely PAINTING
Simmy by Mr. Bowen, who will he was a patient for one Reasonable Prices some see It Also downstairs from champion stork Ph. 6H8-W-1. equipped and In open proofing and glaring. McLean)
I I spent'r his vacatlon'there._ House guest*,lilt week of Mr, Wftt. porch room. Mr*. Maud Chandler, Farm Uf and Silver Palm. tlon. ILLNESS FORCES SALE. phone 748-R. (pjy} t

M*.' and Mrs Ike Baker have and Mr. Mrs.and Henry Mr* Don Cebhardt Frailer' were of silver Palm dr. Ph. 447-J-l (pall) As Utile a* |S,000 cash accept Grove mowing. Carl mdllch: Bl t

i retired to their'home In Philadelphia !Kenoiha,. Wit. .House Wsldron guests ot Mr'Wildmns Mr. and Mrs.c Quality Workmanship M hives bees and related beekeeping ed (U you have property hereto 1, Box 48D Homestead (oU 1
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are board available at $11wfc
after visit 'her with Room and trade. Trade cannot exceed Letchworth place, Kings' hwy 1
brother and nephew and niece, Mr and .Mrs I The Charles Graham house equipment some nsw, $10000 on' total price of $38-
Mr. ..
thelit sister-in-law and MrJohn' Bcmhart reimnable Phone 204-J 'cr.U. ) 1
Cecil Riven of Jacksonville. very .
Dixie .
Black Point at Highwaysouth 800 with 10 years on the bal.ante
I I' Mr. ind Mrs" Walter Baker They have moved from the Barnei (pals) r
i were] accompanied by their niece apartment on N. W Tint *t. to Winters ENGINE OVERHAUL \ of Gould (121U) FLOOR SANDINO and FINISH!
; Louise'Baker, who will return in the house at the corner of New James ha gone to O I-bedroom house less than 1 yr FOR COMPLETE REAL INa Install oak and pine noon, .
1 Umt'to enter school. ton rd. and Waldln dr. Lawrence, Mas, to Join Mr BRAKE SERVICE: Room and board, $12 wk. Ph. old, furnished or unfurnished ESTATE see asphalt and rubber tile, llnaletta t
Winter and their son Dickie, (m20tf) SERVICE .
o (03-R. Small down payment Ph. 7(1. Day ph. an.Wi; nights 117-W 4
who are on vacation thereMr TUhE-OT
1'- MOTOR 1133 N. W. 1st ave, Homestead RICHARD FUCIIS
1'I I 'I o 1 and 1-bedroom furnished WE DO rellabl *.teh repalrata> :
i, and Mrs. James L. Morgan FRONT END ALIGNMENT kitchenette cottages Reasonable iJ-11)) Registered Brokeror Wood Jewelry, McCrwy AMcid rl
of Hlleah and Mrs Charlotte .. '
i o rate Pleasant grounds for children ! Beautiful potted begonias,suitable John It Hale SalesmanPh. (* tq
D. Golf and Mrs.. Gertrude Hanson
1 of Homestead plan to leave FAINTINGBOOT Redland Court Ph. 1I4-R-4 for gift. Also sultana Mr. 441 or 738-W P.O.'Box 503 IF YOU HAVE: anything to met. *
by automobile Aug. 20 for a vacation o (*5tf)) Maud Chandler Sliver Palm dr.. Member of Chamberof or If :IOU need anything' 1H I
1I lft'fERS.QUA In Chicago. Mr and Mrs REPAIR second: house. west ot Tennessee Commerce lilt Swap Shop. W* buy "mat.tresses 1
I Morgan, son-in-law and daughterof o rd Pb 447-J-l. In good eondltlan., stove, h
Mrs Golf, recently: moved Ice boxes. eta The Swap Shop
SEAT oovnswnOL8T1UNO : ,v )
Dr. Leonard Haskui
from Miami Into their new home l' II shoals. and I toad breed seasJ.1. 217 S. nagler Av. Home\i.t. II
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Ie..e.ade. Ie lye 55 nen). Warren MorrisItefllBteiTd
In.Hlale.h.. Mrs. Hanson, another rear. d .......... d BowS' I Mocks free bank. . Real Estate Broker Phone 4I' 1!,) gb

o I GLASSESlit I have bu yen for small tracts Floor Sanding and finishing.: a

I flf FLAMINGO NEWS CNDERCOATtNQPOlCELAIHIUNa N. B. lat BU Miami., Fla.tH BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS availableat of glade Und, ales buyer for Asphalt and rubber tile, Phnj ,t
1EEP" j o >! .* Air. Cumiail .1.1"oIr all time Homestead Floral 100 A. potato land W-W. .(mchttfy. ge
,. By MRS. CHARLOTTE D GOLF PHONE t.Utl UI .. Krone Ave fh. III
o .................................... and Gin Shoppe, 123 N.W. 4th it,, SEE ALEX LANIER for WU a
I LUBRICATIONGENERAL cor 2nd ave. (altf)
It drilling Corner Krom kH e

Mr and Mrs. Henry Thompson o and NE. IQIh it Phone Mt-W. 11
II I REPAIRS Great Br-gals. for Basher Flare
children Mrs..
and are visiting
Thompson parents, Mr and o NEW DODGE CARS l-room frame house on 1 lots, 14 FREE-Natlv* rock taken out !la' rr
Mr*. Will Murphy of Florida City A COMPLETE BVMTRft-TO coconut and palm., peach and dynamiting for tree planting; 0 '
BUMPER SERVICE: avocado tree, thicken yard, Good foe rock; wells' buildings ** .1
kY 0 14500. fill Ph 404.
,011' :.. Mr. S. S. McCasklll I Is Spending BUDGET PLAM'IF DESIRED and TRUCKS tVFW 1 I- )
a month In Crystal City Mo., PAT AS 10U DRIVE.WRECKER I-bedroom block building, lroomhouse EMPLOYMSNT OFFId e
with her mother, Mrs. Clara o good :yard 11 avocadopalm for members and employer
Tucker, and her sister,Miss Helen SERVIf E Immediate and coconut tree In yard g
Delivery Service trw Ovid SuUlysn .meta, itptoymsnt
,.' tf.1? '>'" Tucker Before her return, she' 1, ,
ftleor, N.Ith Xrosto'a d'
plant to visit her sons-in-law and i block house, i Iota, ready it. Phon '110. .
daughters Mr and Mrs Louis Club let out In fruit tree, "
CoupeFourDoor \ good place, ''
p Kennedy of Fernandina. flay and on corner tor store'land acsrtfjei '1
Bird Chevrolet CO Sedan "
Mr. and Mrs.Manuel Ranches ft' : _. __ andisnMk,44,50&. i. __I .ANTED ': ,
Tex *- Two-Door Sedan
Howard, .! (I'
117 N. Krarae AT. Call and Investigate. Best bar.
1'ow- Mrs Louis Andrews and ion, Homestead FU.Phen Business Coupe gain In town 'r.""
i Albert spent the 'week-end In II j. a BEVIS Wanted: Boxmaker for p.rkW|
Lake Worth. Mr. Louis Andrews, house, steady work. Ph. 1MHI..
o NEW Trucks 3 blocks from bank
Jr., and two ions who usually (lit*.
spend their summer vacation In 22 Years With J

Flamingo were unable to do so ChevroletBenson '/{ton Pickup SALES HELP WAITED e."J

this year on account of Mrs.Andrews' . 1 Ton Stake, Dual Tires LOST OR STRAYED Men or women make big trot u
III health.
V/rion Cab & Chassis money and exceptional ren.f.r l I.

I Mrs Lillian Johnson is engaged als telling Florida leading hats
Lost. Strayed-Gray male Persian
< in furnlihlng her new home In Used Trucks cat Reward for return Mrs pltsllistlon, health and accident.. b ItY
subdivision on LongView I
the Widdy
J. W. B Mills. Phone BS4-R (pall) and life Insurance In your area
In Home.
ERE : rd while visiting i1la
stead it the home of Mrs Char 1917 Plymouth Club Coupe. Radio stop NOTICE Writ Florid. Stat Agency: $Ht

lotte D. Golf and Mrs Gertrude light, white sidewall tires. The car is Im City Council will meet each N. E.: Third Avenue, Miami Fr: ; Mail

Hanson Electric Has maculate. $1,195. Monday at a P. M through Aug- ( ) e'
oat to alt as Board of Equillsa-: - 0e i

: HOTPOINT lon: to receive complaints and< W.nted-8ewlnl. Expert ,..otk* it
If ,, -. Far a APPLIANCES 1945 Chev. J'/.ton Cab and Chassis equalize the 1141 tax roll. manshlp Elsa Calderwood, )
a COMPLETEInsurance 1938 Ford l'/rton' Stake mile N. of Redland School w,
R. E: Edwards City Clerk
J Service Princeton, rh. 441 1935 Chev, '%:.ton Pickup 'Aug S, 11 IB, It, 1140)) rarmllferd. Plio ID3-R.4..111-11 b,

; Hit Amona S cu. ft. Model SOl Smartly ityled. ,beautiful See .... ....

': .;;.,oompltoly! 'ctoceislblo: food! compartment with full' John II. HaleAT .w. y".,

opening lid: EverY packer within oasy roach-iCold sal ONOAOED Donovan Motors Inc.
J. Olalf :
wall cotntrucUon.\ . packages loalod In cold A product NEW '
of thojoacUr In! the frozen food Locker Industry' ,',SNit I her. *' Ft'CRS! REAL ESTATE Homestead Tel 378 5l
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; Solar Heaters Ventilating Fans :

I NEW HOME MAKERS Free estimates,on new constructionand ri

Gas-Oil Products, inc.. TKH'AGi 6IRISt. Overseas Bait & roof repair and maintenance of old .Pd '

l :! Of Florida Tackle Shop ...
{Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS CM d* year work a* well and a* J. N. Montgomery Roofing 'Co. IBC.
I VIC COOK Homestead Manner reMeuble a* ..,.... Why aped a COMPLETE ROD AND ...,.
peer eaey ..! of tows Keep It REEL REPAIRINFORMATION .
PHONE 411 a FLAGLER AT KtOMEJIFFEN hems and with Homestead grew 'D 141 AT*. Merles Coral Gable. Phone I.MIS4I.1WQUALITY wad
An luke* of typewriter.beegbt
kM oad repaired
w..e....... / YOU CONTEACTOft Id.

New penile typewriter Mdaddtag IAIKR Ot OlffaAWAIrf S, KTWM AT. Ed f*.etU
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( ROOFING COMPANY I All work guaranteed Estimates New Low Prices hi

given free u,.",w. ;:.110 WeweS_. Wes Sues till Begin at e

Roofirrf of All Type _...w."ar.4... M S'IM a.ea.e lair. a'ver w'see I $119.50 Rhodes'GarageN.
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i Solar Water Heater epw ::'r.s ..! pwrfwill yhwrw0.have Try Ui When You NeedA E. Ilk IT. In4 tat ATE.OppMll .the ret
t Phone 116-R ; 05.0.4 .l e Far r you. ( Chamber *t CeouMre BUf.) :
Sheet Metal Work \S. .1toIq 5 SS. ". e0.. Haircut or.; In
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Air Conditioning : ,... .... wK."w Share CO. -
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t Fan Ventilation Benson Electric Has HatrMlBbjsre. _.- -:'. tll 141 N. KTSM Ph. USIiIM ,. ..,...n"ark..a. a........ Aae

Insulation Philco Appliances Wagon: lit Phone 9115 (Night 145-M) h':
i HUM*** (Medicated) 1.M .n
Mrs. Geraldine GadwayPh. heIa1Paa' ... ---76s 1 1I NO JOB ''I'OO.IIAJ.L -, NO JOB TOO BIOTURNER'S
; PrUcetea, r*. 441 M-J tlsis4i. I Isr
Free Estimate Missile (pWa) I64C.amblratns
I Allrea ," t riasee I Facial 154yMla

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.. ah a+iidASwdLO.M.Yr WHEN IN NEED, CALL ON US. HwUcb TrimKhMi 15. Ph.509-W dI

: **. (Mala) ---.- lit Herman Marks FUNERAL

Homestead loan Co. let

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......, Benson Electric Has Service
244 tour Ambulance
rorrainc BarberShop
I i1.. SIS-W *t IISBik 205. N.. Krome Ave. Phone 113 Philco Appliances art
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