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 19, 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: VID00674
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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Redland District's Reliable NEWS paper Since 1912' ?f \

"a 38th Year No. 33 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,1949 Prico 6 Cental A


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Preparedness I Play at nayfront Park I I COMING ; i

Water skiing enthusiasts have I

organized a club which meets tor -
TARGET the sport each Sunday afternoon 'GLADES PARK PRESENT FIXTURES WILL BE .

i at Homestead Bayfront Park The

: f f i. :' Program Headed by', OF PROTEST':; skiers Rhodes Barnes Barnes Include, Mr.Mr, Mr.and Mr and and Mrs.and Mrs.Mrs.Mrs.Wm,Delma DavidE. Had-Jack GIVEN TO U. S.Two S.S.i ADDED TO RESIDENTIAL AREA

ford Miss Georgette Jones, Wll-
t 1 lard Barnes and Homer Byrum. ,

of Homestead Clarence B. Eastwood, operatorof A gallery of spectators has begun i hundred acres of county-
Mayor to gather each Sunday to owned land were given to the CITY WILL' SEND
I : a South Krome tourist home, their i for Issuance. of '''0,011O worth ot I'
appeared before the council at watch the skiers go through federal government
: paces towed behind outboard fno- Inclusion in Everglades National revenue certificate. was approvedby
I Its meeting Monday night to tor boats Park Detail of the transfer were TWO\ TO STATE the city council Monday night f

I In the American Red Croii ask repair of the street In front I handled by the park's land acquisition to buy and Install a 1,000-k. *w.
12 HURT AS BUS of his place Of business.Mr. Eastwood office In Miami and no information FIRE COLLEGE
I hurricane preparedness plan engine at the dty light plant and
protested also, against late as to the location of the
this T. E. Kirby ii PATTON SCOUT I to rebuild city light lines. City
section. Mayor CRASHES closing hours kept by a nearby I gift parcel bad been received at ,
again chairman of the area which INTO beer-selling place end against park headquarters here yesterdsy i Attendance ot Fire Chief Elmer Attorney Ira C Haycock was

begins with Oouldi and extends vehicles. operating without muf- 1 TELLS OF "BLOOD I The county had acquired ownership Sullivan and another member of authorized to take the preliminary

southward through Long Key In PERRINE STORE{ n.... In spiting (or relief, Mr.Ealt..ood of the 1.ndhrou.h delinquent the Homestead fire department It steps for Issuance of the bonds
said the, three 'nol..- taxes. the Florida State Fire College to
Monroe County Operations! headquarters producing factors are hurting his AND GUTS" DRIVE Tentatively set for resumption be held In Ocala early In September Ofhe 3160000 bond Issue
1100,000 will go for purchase and
will be In the Homestead Minor Injuries were received: by I
business by disturbing his guests.The was authorized Monday night
at 'c.
today was the Washington hearingon fcOJVEN ot West Palm Installation of the nsw engine
hail 12 when a northbound council referred the street by the city council. It was decidedto !
city persons I National Park
His experiences as leader of areconnalsanct the Everglades Heath. Governor et IHstrlri 141 and $ 0,0011 will go for the rebuilding
Harold Lyon Homestead radio Homestead-Miami Greyhound bus repair request to Councilman f I bill to euthorite the Interior Department give the men expense accountsof of the downtown light
unit In Patton'i prie- .
: of Rotari lalernaUonU '"ldrees a'
Ruisell Home and the noise session
each tor five-day
''ham'' operator will work In cooperation plowed Into the front of the U- I to condemn and buy $73 a lines and 75.% of the residential
nuisance complaints to the mayorand nominal advance to the German i 135000 of privately- (Ike Rotary Clue at ) -- ot Instruction In the use of
with the preparednengroup Save-It Grocery at Perrlne Saturday some lines. Engineering: and legal fees
police department I border were sketched by T, Randolph owned park lands, subject to stead next Wrdneadsy ROM at modern fire equipment and fire will\ be defrayed from the remeln-
again this year Mr. Klrbysays. !! morning Driver Lewis Hall Council President J. T. Godwin! Jones for his fellow Ro- owners' oil exploration rights un- Parkway Restatrant. Afterwardshe fighting. methodS. tog 10000. '

At hit miniature weather of MI.mIIOlt control of the vehicle pointed out the need of repairs I tarlani Wednesday at their luncheon til 1856 The chief witness Invited with Sullivan will\ attend a course Utilities Superintendent Oweon
will! held conference
elation and radio hop off N. W while attempting to pass a to the sidewalk in the 200 block to appear Is her Axelson. University t to begin Sept. 5, and upon his return W Ivey predicted installation ot
That it, Mr. Lyon kept contact truck which made anvunexpected of S. Krome, but no action was meeting In Parkway Restau of Miami professor who local. teUrr.e/floers, directors and the selected fireman will the new engine would Increate _
taken rant. Jones entered the army asa leave for second session.
with lest September's hurricane I of park eemmlliee thairaaea.Participation a
represents property
a group plant capacity enought to take
front the
left turn and hit the of
Which wai lost by the Miami Utilities Superintendent Gordon private and cams out a captainPatton'a owners Development of the cart of the city !needs for the next
radio station.Nursed bus. The truck, driven by a South W. Ivey was authorized to Fifth Armored Division park Is being held up until the three or four yarn By rebuildingthe

as division chairmen to Miami negro collided with ,t remove one-quarter mile of unused breached and went through the government hss title to all the I Local V. F. W. Groups Will Take Part lines, the present U to 20 percent I

...I.t Mr. Kirby are: parked ear, and the bus hurtled water line In the old Rosewood property, with oil explorations current lose from overloads
Jacobs.Executvp ,, subdivision, now excluded German line at St. Lo, Normandy, In Golden Jubilee Slated' for Miami\
I Vlce-ch.lnn.n-Adrl.n across U. S. I and crashed: Into barred 'lIn' be cut to five'per'' cent, he
from the city limits, and to use 3 1844, and by Aug 12 I I i
assistant Ernest EKing the stars on Aug According to Washington press .asld He told ot plans to Install
In the driver the part of the cast iron pipe to run had advanced 150 miles to encirclethe 'dltpstches this week, there are
addition to of Florida, will speak on her new vapor-type lights on the ally
In the fivedayGolden ,
{' Shelter re.ltration-M.. H. Injured were Mrs C. R. ,Blggers an 800-foot line to the new buildIng enemy's rear to the Falise 1 fears that a hostile sends com- plans tor the auxiliaries of the business' streets and to transferthe
Gallatln. now under construction by Gap, Jones said. There It was mittee Insist reserving oilexploration Jubilee ot the Veterans ol
Mrs J T. Godwin Mrs MargieBsckman may on state tt a Sunday luncheon for present. downtown lighting to
Transportation, Including marine Dade Tractor Co, In Civic Center halted by orders from until 1183.Pe Wars which Bun-
and Clarence Cardwell, rights Foreign opens I national and division tftlctrs On Inadequately! lighted residential I
-4, D. Barnes, Landon Car a student bus driver all of Homestead Addition but less than three day In Miami planned by members Sunday night she will be a hostess areas ''l
the tractor
A granted SHEAF'I
permit was
ney, Russell Home, ; Miss Annie Johns of Prince of had advanced to the of the local post, auxiliary with other department presidents In a written report to the council '
for construction
Rescue Leroy T. Donahue, ton Mrs. Nerllne Msycsn and company der notwithstanding.Jones : financial of the
the status
; 0. TO HAVEGI the Cooties.Regiatntion ( it i reception In Columbus on .
Lots of
CBS building on 1and Order
r E. B. McGarrah a 110,000 said and '
American Legion; Homer Wilson of Gould, and twone&'Oll reconnoitering Hotel for' Mrs Helen Murphy, light and water plant Consulting
r Veteran. Foreign Wart from Goulds and -two S of Block 10 of Civic Center Patton was "a job" ss it was difficult Is scheduled for Saturday national president On Tuesday, Engineer Wm Sydow said "it .

.. '1\\ Survey, emergency W.. E. from South Miami First aid wasftlvtn The building win have 2,100square to stay ahead of the main I INSURANCE and Sunday, 'for 'the V|! F. she will take part In the presentation appears . that with some ,
feet of floor
1kMeaey at J mes Archer thaepilA space. force, so fast did "Old Blood and W. st Miami Bayfront auditorium of department colors?; .. changes Jn accounting methods
.Other building pel'llll'w. ,
i Cuts"'snove < .;..... .w I 'be tJU fkuttj\ *'tt '
.MMf ; UnrfsUouU
'" eAfl' ICE executive s W... It, Mud' ,'" .IMIO addition,to tieIesMMc '* Wounded Aug. 11' and again' > REFUND FORMS th.ssterSS'Vkunr'xewwd' a herb ftIII11. -)jlur'relwraad making 1300,000", loan to Install
in Porvenlr; Julius st Miami Beash pier from a series of visits to auxiliaries -
irddtbrU thtCoo
j: lllmittee.w. a m ith 'later, Jones was awarded two units of approximately 1,000-
,. ,Canteen-Mr* A. F. Arthur, building at from $1,000 lo $2000 Sk UdCbnltt.*wt stores.JMiUoVf' af_ ," > yfnWsnks.ti>r . the auditorium,. v 'Yol\lll\ .members of the state She took pert k. w. each to Improve and extendLthe
; 'preaidentl1Tu jj of the third
tog, M.; W. First stt Stanley.Rob->> In. the celebration
Mrs. T. E, Kirby Mrs. Nellie\ Tor- ; Cluster, a lt? 1 1" 2MhPiet
and damage to the bus,1 as high dlvldeod luilEnWiM1*' e ) distribution system at a cost,
arts, $500 addition to home on: special (, uu thday anruverury, of Weit-
bert lion and five campaign stars. He ;
as $2,000. I I Stl U\I.w\ and tobave something
N. W, Ninth S. A. Turner,! vice life In.ur.nee. which has officers.Highlight '
eve ;
Medical nursing, first aid-Dr. I resides in Homestead where he is : n Tn ,
goners t'Jj ","v U r
ot the loil *!Ube she attended the .
J. A. Smith. Dr. J. M Burton, Dr. 1130 remodeling, 8. W. First st; manager of Burton's Department been declared: by the ".t.r.ol'l of colon and I The council: decided to limit/ the
and Sam Harris, |100 remodeling, by President Truman Eighth: District meeting, at Oouea,
the speech
A. M. Logan CHECK SUPPLIES store.PRIZES. 1 administration may be obtainedat : loan to the adopted MMUst duet i,
and I installation
First aid-Police Chief Wm. t. W. Mowry st the Homestead office at 11:30 Monday morning at and Has Institution Mr. Jfaycock' pointed out the taadvlslblllty -
post on
writ- of In Pom-
No action was taken on a a new auxiliary
Brtntley, Mrs Arthl1r.Offlcl.l their ten protest by J. C. Boyette of and after Monday, Aug. .,: The Dinner.Key, Outstanding. national pa no.' of voting the entire

locstions and shelters capacities with are: SAYS RED CROSS 54S N. W. ,Eight ,st against proposed -, AWARDED II application Is In the form Of a and military figures! are IncludedIn I $300,000 In view of the coming 1
election which might make charges
card mallable with the week's: all-star cast of
construction of a storage r.plIOIIt ,
District No. 10 (from Eureka Stamps for CollectionsTo In the council personnelMr. i
dr. to Moody dr,)-headquarters, Here Is a specie menage.from building for the Homestead Na- FOR HANDIWORKOF the prepayment of 1-cent postage speakers. : .
Available at P. 0. Sydow's report gave'conplete -
Mrs. C Vann of Home
Tropical Agricultural Cooperative four Dade County Red Cross: tional Guard In. Hibiscus, Park, The blanks may be obtained. James
t several blocks north of the Boy Window No I. steed, president of the department figures on the operating Income I
Goulds, BOO
Association, We are now entering the period PLAYGROUNDS The post office department baa and outgo of the light and
American Fruit Growers Packinghouse site home announced the Issuance of six- I
k of possible tropical storms, Residents -< council decided to set a water plant from Aug. 1, 1M3
Princeton of this section should take The broker's Redland District's Attractions Told cent air mall stamps In unselected to Aug I, 1M0 In a summarized V
tee of for a pawn .
DI.trlrNo.. 11 (Moody dr. Inventory of their emergency $100 Cash prizes for handicraft work colls of 500 which, may be obtained < report on the put three years'operations

through Long Key)-headquar.ters supplies and not wait until the license, not ordlnsnce.MRS.SABRACROW previously. providedfor done In the summer playground In July Issue of Lit rary Florida by stamp collectors from ha listed total income
Homestead city hall; Homestead last moment before replenishing by city I program at the Homestead and the philatelic agency, pat office W $913,95738, expense at >4>4,>

light and water plant; Neva these supplies.Fresh : Redland schools were awarded department, Washington .5. D, C. 26081, and estimated profit et

King Cooper School Homestead, batteries be needed I Monday morning at 10 o'clock by The attractions and assets of' eous fruits. on and after Aug. 25 snd at the "I5',B 7.5T. Each year showed an

,( 175; Homestead High School 3SO, for flash lights. may Extra candles M. J. Themes The summer's work Homestead, the Redland District Set up In: 1138 to help:sol-t the Homestead post office on Aug, increase In Income and expense.In .
Redland School, Silver Palm dr well has been on display since Saturday agricultural'problems peculiar to 28 First day covers may be obtained 1947, Income was $17,74088,
be needed. It be
and Park
and Farmllfe rd. 200; Florida City may might of windows of Everglades National through the postmaster, and Ivis
to that have kerosene BY DEATH In one the I the district Subtropical Experiment expense $104,8)440; ,
,\ School, Roberta rd., 30. stereo"see heat you and canned foods. TAKEN Wright Electric f claim 11 pages of the July Issueof : Station now' has a staff of Washington 13, D. C. Income, $"..021.J', expense,

l f Sam Cohen, principal of Book. Families depending! on the frozen Prize money, $19, was donatedby Literary Florida which Is pub- seven the magazine report. In Another new stamp, the three $131,42030; and USB, Incoirfe
.' er T Washington School at food locker should bear in mind Mrs Ssbra Jane Crow, (2, died Redland District Lions Club liihed In Tampa addition to Its laboratory actlvl cent Grand Army of the Republic $242,18814 (estimated) and e.-

< Goulds, will assist at the colored that a failure might spoil here Tuesday at the home of her Mrs Ben Archer and Mrs. RalphH. Complied by the unhand District ties, the station maintains experimental commemorative stamp, issued to pen. $118.20511 (estimated). '
shelters which will be the school these foods. son-in-law" and daughter, Mr. and Done served ss Judges. Chamber of Commerce, the farms for research on commemorate the final national During the three-year period; t

in Goulds and the Ace Theatre In Without electric power, the Mrs Geo. Watson The Rev Wsl-; Most of the work was done In articles give pertinent Information subtropical forestry, fruits, cover encampment of the Grand Armyof according to the report, $177,438

the Homestead negro section. I radio receiver may not work. It do E.: Wood, acting pastor of Homestead explained Mrs. Wm. on the district's multimilliondollar crops, tomatoes* potatoes andmiscellaneous the Republic will\ be placed on was paid for materials for .
winter vegetable and trop- Described sale the first day at Indianapolis,
Goulds Baptist Church, conducted vegetables. Improvements; $38,144,
gate Federal Loans Seen I you have own It checked a battery to operated see that radio thebett.rl" funeral services Wednesday afternoon F.the Cody Homestead, handicraft Instructor who in ical fruit Industries, and trace the '*S working In close cooperation Ind., on AU. 2 and the Homestead for regular crews' time In making
In Turner chapel Intermentwas program history and development of Subtropical with the station and post office on Aug. 3.() the Improvements; and $11,677/
For Veterans' Housing are still alive as well at taught half a day five days a e
sat In Palm Cemetery, Naranja.) Experiment Station, district district farmers Is County Agent Stamp collectors may and a for gas and oil used by other de
to If the set is
I see operating week. Redlsnd, she said, hidbandlcr.ft
Maximum federal loans of isfactorily. Mrs Crow came: nine monthsago instruction only an schools, churches and Home Chas. H Steffanl, who has held limited number of covers to the partments. Value ot'current used

$10,000will be available for vet- Thought should be given tc from Altoona! Fla, to make hour and a half once a week. stead municipal librarry. his post for 13 consecutive years. postmaster at Indianapolis without charge for street lighting,
erans' housing at four per cent means of removing or securing her home here. In addition to the Dubbed "the capital city of the The magazine describes: Red'' churches and other buildings was
of bill "leaves a The woodwork exhibit also was Redlsnd District", Homestead Is ions listed at $42.700, bringing the total
Interest upon passage a awnings. Old shutters may need daughter here, she land School as "the largest rural Stockdale Tells -
now before the U. S. Senate, Real repair or new ones may be daughter Mrs. Minnie Murphy of from Homestead.Some described as a shopping and shipping school In the United States'" and Of Tax Forum in Miami for the services to 2,811.
W. Morris Kate Fu- adult work though not center which hss from During the three $13SfO
Estate Broker Ben} needed. Stuart; a sister Mrs. grown IU III-I ere grounds ss "the most years
was advised Tuesday by telegram Householders should keep In trell of Boynton; seven grandchildren eligible for awards Is 'Included In a population M at its Incorporation beautifully landscaped , lit\ the The public Is Invited to attendan was borrowed from the foreclosure

from Senator Claude Pepper. mind also, that just before a ,. It great-grandchildren, the exhibit. in 1911 to a present county Growing from one-lucas, open forum on Florida's tax coupon certificate and road
read "he The list of price winners fol-j population of more than 5000. and bridge fund, and S.2M,M was
Pepper's telegram : storm, manpower is hard to find and three great-great-grandchil one-tescher schools begun about problems at 1030: this morning
telegraiti. Housing Bill S-2248 now dreg i lows: Mention Is made of the purity of 1907 now the Homestead and the In the Columbus Hotel at Miami, used from the meter deposit fund,
calendar would rOLiO Miscellaneous woodwork: 1st the city's drinking water Its city- Mr. Sydow reported.
on senate provide ATTACK Redlaad schools each have faculties Representative Grant Stockdaletold
direct loans to veterans for housing Miami Services Held Roy Gorday; 2nd J. Lee, Smith; owned utilities plant and swim Of 'about 33 and enrollments the Redland District! Lions 5

where private banks will not Vaughn Tunnell of N. W. Sixth AlexanderHenry 3rd Roy Gorday.Lamps. ming pool, and Its modern churches of about' HO,. according, to the Club Tuesday night Approximately MM. Hclnleln i Speak*
make loans. Has excellent chance st. was removed to Jackson Memorial For Henry lit, Bill McCullough: ; schools and bank. article. one-third of the state legislators.
Tonight to
passsge before end session, and Hospital Sunday His illness Pierce Alexander 55, 2nd, Roy Gorday; 3rd, John Nine churches are Hated for Homestead Is headquarters for will alt in on the meeting to feel

based on bill I Introduced earlier was diagnosed as polio and Perrlne'' barber, died Sunday In Baker. Homestead alone, with modern the 00,000-acre Everglades National out public opinion on the subject . Herman Heinlein, 'presi
In ....l n. Doing everything possible he was placed in the Isolation a Miami hospital Funeral services Oil painting: 1st, Barbara buildings constructed or underway Park established In 141 in be, said. A similar meeting la dent of South Dade Garden Club,

secure passage ." I ward. were held Wedneedey afternoon Marks.. by the Homestead Presbyterian the "only subtropical region in scheduled in Jacksonville before Will speak on the club' actlvltsss.

la a Miami funeral home, and; Aluminum trays (children 12 ,the First Baptist St. Joh ', the United' States," the article the beginning of the legislative tonight at the supper meeting of
years' of age or older): Kai BettyHarden Episcopal and the First Methodist Out Development plans session the Florida Kiwanis dub In
Homestead burial was la FUgler Memorial
Mangologists\ Represented Park. ; 2nd, Joan Scudder. Lillian Lily Lawrence Bow Library, delayed until the government can Stockdale expressed oppositionto the Parkway I'hi'wives, Of the
11'1 I
A native of BurweU Oa. Mr. Jones; Ird. AI Beard. with |ts 40,000 volumes housed acquire title to all the part lands, the proposed legalisation of Klwsnlsns art Invited to the
''I On Florida ,:Mango\ Forum Committee*! Alexander moved to Perrlne 12 Aluminum trays (children under t beautiful stone building dedicated will keep Intact the) primitivebeauty gambling as a source of revenue, meeting '
12 years of age): tit Terry Hen- In 140, Is traced back to
rears ago He leaves his wife Mrs. of the wilderness area. but voiced approval of a proposed Dr. John W. DeMUly of the
kel 2nd, Lucille DeNlsco 2rd,
; ; Its beginning as the HomeeleldWomen' Under "Recreation": the proximity sale tax which would exempt county health (
Novle Alexander, and two daughters department upokaon
Mrs. W. J Krome of Homestead In connection with the exhibit, Doretta LeGra"*.
Club library taken ever Redland District to
Mrs Edna E. Woods of MI- of the food and medicines At the conclusion the services offered by the
served aj head of the 'Florida three chairmanships were given Painting of plaques ((12 or by the city In Hit with the late the famed Keys fishing groundsIf of his talk he answered department at Friday, IgM'atnsethng
and and Mrs. Elizabeth Touch-
to residents of Homestead & J. ,
older): let Sallie Wright; 2nd Mrs. Bow as first librarian. and attention is '
Mango Forum'svariety committee Mont pointed out questions from the floor. .
stone ot Wise River
Lynch was made chairman of the Betty Harden; 3rd, Lillian Lewis. Some 35.000 acres of tarns called to Homestead's champion
at a well attended meeting variety committee; Dr D. OWolfenbarger Painting of plaques (under make the 225-square mile Red- school and cltlxens ball teems and '

held In Hollywood Friday to exhibit chairman of the Special Trains to Run 12)): lit, Lucille DeNlsco: ; 2nd land District "the largest winter to: Bayfront Park for which bond C. J. Pat-man Sportsmanship' Trophy '

and test late-maturing Insect and disease committee: ; and To Legion ConventionLocal Ann Lett. Call Crosby; Ird Joan V'letable"l1on Inhi! United funds will Zoom be available I 'I

mangos. I Nixon Smiley, chairman of the Drawdy (eight years of age); 8\1"\ ." according to the'maga- To Be Given at Ball League Banquet :

Some of the mango specimenswere publicity committee.Mrs. : Legionnaires who plan to honorable mention, Helen Home I I line Named for the distinctive THE WEATAEKomra II
strikingly beautiful andsome'were I Krome was placed on the attend the lilt annual convention Painting of figurines: 1st Lucille color of the soil of its ,ronlendl.the .

of extraordinary size. 1 variety, membership and exhibit of the American Legion in Philadelphia DcNisco; 2nd,, Lillian Lewis;I area last season harvested --_ new wee r The Clarence J. Parman trophyfor first time last season when Bruce

The variety committee's report on committees; Chas. II. Stetfanl\, on art advised by Post Ird. Kathryn Gann.Miscellaneous 1.200 acres of tomatoes, 1.500 = ..w; WM I sportsmanship will be awardedto Ennlf was named winner The cup

merit, to be tabulated by Mrs. : the variety committee; and Dr. Commander Leroy F. Donahuethat handicraft Red-''I i acres of potatoes, 1,000 acres of AIII..tt__ M II 3001 : the selected player from the becomes the permanent posaessibn

Krome and Miss Olga Kent, secretary 00. D. Ruehle, on the exhibit the Seaboard Airline Railwaywill land: lit Francis Crisp; 2nd Pat I beans and 12,000 acres of miscellaneous Au. 11._ ._ *1 sit 1001 .21 Homestead Softball League at a of the recipient: whose name if

will be released at a later committee. run special convention trams Phillips: Ird Jimmy Calderwood. l crops. Acreage set to Aug.V .11 M M.17 i banquet to be held at 7.30; this engraved upon It. '"rEach

.... Present from Homestead besides from Miami on Aug. 21 and 17. Miscellaneous handicraft Homedeed tropical fruits Is estimated at10.1M AIIIo 1.-:...,_ ,.2 71 11.81 evening \In.the city ball park, announces player who took part 'la
In committee appointments ai- Mrs. Krotne-,- were Dr. 'and Coach or .pullmaa reservations : let Lou Saunders; 2nd,' with ISI7 acres in avocados. All& 1'-: : II 72, 29.(( tr League President Getf. 8. any game of the summer schedule'

nounced by President Michael Mrs. Frsncis,B. Lincoln and Mrs. should be made DOW, Mr. Dona Clara Wright; Ird Lucille De '.131 acres In Persian Au,. 1/_--.10 71 aUl SkalL., The trophy 'waq given by It invited by Mr skin to. attend

fasceU at a business meeting held Ben Archer, I hue says. NUcu I II IJ Ir limes, and 900 acres in niluceUsnA -< Alii111:1 I : lit 28.4 the lloiutotead. architect: tot 'the tbt banquet. t..

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I Pap Two HOMESTEAD .LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday- August 19, 19-9
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I Mi"**!. 2Mpm. Creek Setnad.y eauibt. II Ides Dr. lllackford (to Hold not be hunted prior to II oclock' for Oct 1 to Nov. M i I anBrah nan*. IS. Poneulon ii limI .
M .. .Ift. Ids/ BAG LIMITS SET I noon. I Dally .bag limit of tgkralerybm 'I itari to a two-day bag limit on .11 t
FISHING NEWS ; f. ..... rMai dleld K. a Service at St. John'iDr. i 1. : p: Backfouy ......1'Idwdw. while the rest here a one
And i { ... .M. t.... IlIr mRMk I 91..,. IMOsa. .pl. lead.|day rug. BDaiaiiHn limit.Preinventory .
By rAcrrn enl Dtm 1 4II.m.: wan. ..... ..... '1 1: ftanlolph. t. Mackford of FORGAMESEASWTallahawee ( ."n"5' 111:: ...'" \ ,.. '
aa ; ". Tall*****, ..* .. former HOMte z- I .. -
CM Atlf, 11,1iffr) arid TUr*. Serb t ', '
d rector hold holy com- _
Turner. and Mrs. D. a Aug 1Th U 8 fined to a IOn beginning Oct.t
Tides far Tareraler Minor flahlM Md Mr In Shark River and TO PREACH TOR BAPTISTS munlon at at. /'n'l Episcopal 1 Department of Ulerlor Inked MI\ti .1( MI oMNhultig to Oet M
WMtawatar aay,..*ugJbt IB snap, Dr A. T Pllgteen .f Shre* Cmtrefc a4 T90: and II achtek additional l It day t* FlorUaV IfJMMinf. Inca will be from 11I : .1
(Add M Minutes for Hamwrtead
) per, three abetphetd three )tw- putt La, will prtMti at Pint Sunday moaning dusk busting; lessen but ekwrt-''o'dodt, noon. until. tI
High' Low lab. bad sewn redUfh.They UNd BapUtt Church the next two Bwt- The Rev r J. L ttIcll. pastor. peed the tIM hoot by U day,I The marsh hen _Ion WM act:
I live shrimp for bait day morning. TIlt Rev John II will return from vacation to hold Celeman Newman date fame j :
I1:0/a.m.: around Whltt pastor. U. on vacation. services on Sunday, Au,. U and fresh water Hah' commiailon. Sale : :
John Chandler' flailing
director, Uneuncea.Federtl DIrt) Chevrolet Adds! *,. ''I '.
.... caught ametes
Aug 11 1.11 sae 11:SI am Turkey Point Ao< II. tJuleJ
I 134pm, J2:2Sun."uc. ,: and a hall pound rcdfbti rjifrtterfowl J . (Hodge to Sales. Force
12. IManv with cut mullet j Urns alms dWtnae' that bag Wail I 'If I *.
1241amHfp.m: ... .
I are the tame at I hail year e fJ* ttlifdnjan Itjfee. Jr.. hit Joinedtee' !
. 1:2S: p-m.: ) : .I Bert Lull, John Barker and two Canada pew Hn be HMH Ang ItAug tttani114pm.: 196am.: Erne Nelll caught It nipperon .
each day Instead of one tlonttnf ' C9. according to an !
: I'upm'j Aug. 1) In Caefar1 Creek. will be permitted every day during nounoement made this week. Discount'
14, ue, '.m. : Mr Deerto; fishing it Jcwfllh 10 %
the eeiton. 1:I A graduate of Redland HUh
1 TilE: Marble The duck, goose and coot season -;, School IB the clan of '<., Mr'l l
will extend from Nov 21 to Hodge! served In the U. S. .. '
It I tan T. They may be shot from!,!I I bam btvtutoo in fcp.*"". He and ,
t one-half hour before sunrise tome I Mr.. Hodge, the former Mia Joy I
hour before sunset On open I'I Prter M HometteMi., make their of
1 Ing day waterfowl and coot may'>I home 'InVlorWa City. I on every purchase _


Better Check Those Closets 'I

. For Mildew 0 POWER( MOWERS'

t i Air all wools. If soiled they should be o PLUMBING

cleaned. This is mi'dew: weather.
f ; 'lf ",,'; ;i * 1 us 'give .you an estimate on the Garment insured against' theft fire, and o PUMPSDenning's '. ,' .
watrr damage while U eur o riklon.

to: .', ,,".t If.<11Ji1i'f.; terrazzo an'd tile work in your new I II TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS SOUTH

. ; J 1\1: 1. ,r' I B.E. First Are, W. W. berry. Manager Phone lit MIAMI\

80 S. We Second: St.;"., I building or in modernizing your -

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Glade & Grove Supply, Co. MIAMI

Ilorncnteid' Dranch, Phones: 2O .-90 I '2500 S.W. 28th Lane Phones ,1.6OJ7-I.U75: 1


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IEST, DIALS IVII. e. AT OUR 110 BUY-NOW BIRTHDAY PARTY offers you the most= ,
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Ilk popularity) Offlctd) flg ri prv Kt Hv hon solos art up 33% over lot! year at .
this tlm .And bow people are iwkcMng b HwAioal. .. Alrtodrf, more then 107,000 hove t,

hch41.. ether imUi of!con,(.seas.Ifc*.twnt!t.the.klgbttt. prtoti t. own a New Hudion.I ." y4011ert .. a Lna w.y'wbM Yea.

! "n: .. \' ., } ?: d lewd le. Chevr: ..el AlwneaMdrl ,
j .and w.*.a folnf kQ out to keep fcrmanoet It'll Anric*'' aot roomy aeGeNlaNO LWfIStIP .. '. ; hvck. Mrs la ....11tr. po
: a UM' New Hudson wtUnf at s. hat car, tat axaanpta, beaaua 1I it ofiraajuuinf ,., ..
I pan, her la (hi*oonununity! lead lour a..UM roemiaai . 1''" : I 'perf.rm.nte" he"IIIt saw.wry.r
.eat.*. .b. any anaa*pcertmied ear.IiMfeei. 1 ,'r\\ \. 'mhi. 'M west *f me IOWM. Ass
the** w*f Mete .r..m M kigfc .bat b a ear .f lid M. __ .
New pi.aa i In me anNre Seat .
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during UJa Buy-Now Bhtkday valtoed *Wc. thattt'a a preamW ,. ,
party!Wt wwit you to dboinrat that tnondm*olSRyouraaotoranrdofam, s We eta supply. Ik*rM std fee ya,.'
UM New Hudaon with axcHaireV
xlowa" design II I Amerir* ... cone to-ow-.d ea.r eI Hudson a
I 1 ;'MtBI'.Car; I-Mc DeautlM. $ai' Reeslatlw fUM Brig ,J.
t-MOST Roomy.:S-M08T Ro4rortky. your eeur. Were AVe.*| the*9HnttraaH \
I I. '. 4-MOn1 -.-. .... tk*> W Wt U. .our kbtoryt arty CM ewnr Jf/5M _- .MSI :(, .

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1 South F1arltr An, homestead Phone 499

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.t' I I 1949] NOW;; r MAKE A HAH WITH THE r '


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1 i S The 1948 Otdmnoblla ..,...1 . DEMOiNvS7 44io/l Vr f
went on dfcpUr hare Mo-
day(.t'the showrooms, qf Bit, v !.
Chevrolet Co', homestead Olds .
t mobile 4es1er.Latest I
I' \ consolidated report 1r6mC
I the field show hat( more thin a I
half million dl'monlllritioni! of the'
new 18.' Oldsmobile Series 88", '4' ..
can were given to motorists of I
the' United Stake since the itartbf '
the "Make a Date with the
SB'" campaign tale In June In I t ,ri alt .
making known the Initial sucressl!
of the progrant0. R. Jones, general '
Mlel manager of Qldsmobllt I:
Division of General Motors Cor
poreUon. related that the campaign ,I
was being carried tut
through public Invitations printed I,
,. I In newspaper advertising columns, .. .1 ,, ,
"An Interesting side light that -t ILwsalk, INAasaAl"gt", IWItaar ,. ..
} shows.up in dealer reports," Mid NW-lt MM* "Nat" Fbpaq
\ Mr. Jones, fit the popularity ef '01 'IlntnMailtm . /Mk..rneJ.1 et0 y. I
L//e "t awl
''!' traffic. The M ..
heavy new .. ..
M fc4t nptUntfl" et ewes n**A 1
j crop of buyers appears to be par Ts warn yea, ]yon won't I tJfI..tI.r..1 w ilh anotlirr, ear, one you t '
tlcularly concerned with a car's driven lIMo "M."! F,w lliia is a "Km\ Li-l" Engine par . .and )' ,.I' and maneuverability instant response."For ease. of handling Ludmah, Auto-Lok si its fclieel oil! give you a cnmiJrlrly;. new poInl'.f lirw load ,,' \ t t
i MUnringl Jlrre'a esgrr fn''tt' that mikes Iraflia driving y.'Hrtf's:' .. '"
example our dealers have
,a, been called on to demonstrate the efforllns l rt"'l'r! IhI", '. tuned t. the spin road llrrn'a true kiflt'tmmprruinn \\ \ '
.'rocket' engine In such familiar I / pn"er that rout Int,ni>t mim,to nmmandl! And It's psiml C,: \\ \\ 0 L D S M ((0 B I L E
k : 'Irelll of heavy traffic as .New I with the am eaar and Mf<'ly<>f II)Jrs-M lHi |JrI\"I'e, AIII"| Fiitur*
!S York's Times I Square during the 1 Awning WindowAn arms Si)ling In eanl.ct yet *pari evening rush; WiUhlre Boulevard,{ dries It" la Mm It..'.so make you date I I with the HB8"I Call you Old.
;, Fee'Angeiee rush is on;,Grand when the River homeward Eoule. moliils d..!rr-no..l PHONE TOUR ,.. NEARfr'. DEAIVR '
/' van), Detroit;,the Chicago Loop;j
San,Francisco Bay Bridge ramps
,.during ctbcrtweU-known. the commuter places Jam throughout : ; andI all-aluminum awning window completely Phone '98, BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY 'or visit 107 N. Krome Ave. )-j

;\ ,the country. weather-stripped for your hur .
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',' '88'" campaign will continue, Mat .. Jones slated. The goal of I million .
demonstrations was enthusiastically strain
undertaken by Oldsmoblle's I lock without on operator.
1700 dealers he reported The effort
marks the tint all-out

pidimoblle war.program deal of Its ere,kind It po.I'1 'We 1 \lte'your inspection. I

launched at I means of .. ;'
handling the growing number' of .r *
requests for test drives of the new 1 I > S t, II
high-compression 133 horsepower
I "rocket" engine.Jkiwui ,
? W. C.. BASS & 'SONS ,

)ElectrfcHOTPOINT'Iiu o I ff ** J.hpHf 743-41*4-jlomcstcad "" '. '
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,1 p semi-plastic material will give your ..I ,PROTECTION
home a weather-proof'coating' "of 'I .
lasting beauty in white or pastel

l :shades! ., ,., equal to 15 coats of MINIMUM

1 ordinary paint t Impervious to salt t ,
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ACT NOW before Summer ,.it I: 'fl ;}ff ,':It ..
and insulate the six to '
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fall hurricanes ly ,
or possible seven-rooln residence. ..., ,
damage your home investmentor ..,. V.

endanger your family's 1 .. I V

health. One application . JO YEAR GUARANTEE Now you can,Have all-aluminum 'storm shutters In :

., . covering water-proofing, wear
low cost! Investigate!
and durability.! Yes, with Insul- 1 V I panels that stack like pie plates and last a ii. .. .

Ph. Miami 4-9510 1 nEl ,Maslije you have ,guaranteed. \ positive -" ,time. Easily applied:'or removed by one perSOn" .: {
ESTIMATE protection!
..4 eemplete Information ef this'rerotntionanr \' .llr "\ in a matter: of minutes.. No parts to get lost, : II: ,

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TheLeader.Enterprise I "PNr Tre.her. ; wroU N/N Mader aHeraasii. as he fell In the IIINIIM IIUNIONIN IllIIlIlllIlIIllIU "....... Pewee Walker hedaughter. -DM Heft, .petmlarM fYNeien
I I Jab*'* mother, "kk *y eieiueJehu's nw4. By 4eteg the auae pay will \ Miss Merle Wsllrar, and.I.. aima>iisd tttet be wtB take
absence from school' yej* gr.*l.y ef. .hU mother.- darenee Hunt, a family htawelf. Mid Me skwll and sroas.
r.a.I. l tI. 20 Years AgonllllllUlllllllllllnlllunnmrllllllU Mwrd,.have arrived here to Jell bone galluses to the Florida Keys i
Mr. Walker who la supirvlssag for a week's vacation"
pAM.h d ....... M IM ...4b 1- the eomtnicUon of a palettafamily '
Mrs Fred Rhodes children I
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i P.alwr.A... .H..r.A,. 0...'.,.. kre..4 a.M home on Redland rd...- are visiting In Rochelle, Ca." I BRANCOR Inc.
ttrllwrrrGr I 11I1 "A girl was born to Mr. and "Mrs. J. W. Avery and son .
r, AftOKMIM IIuIJO Irit Mrs 8. F. lye of Perrlne on Aug Jason, returned . from a two l I ,
Pn.1a | Mlb* .h "Amid{ spontaneous applause 1' In Hunt HoeplIat,1'"Mr I month visit In Nashville..* 1 I (
AUnxlI LIAOf ARCHES.MlM "AfA'AMC" from several hundred personIn,
.n>f gfftar MP'O".4' the Seminole Theatre . Mrs UL and Mrs. Sam Enfle of, "" -!(

Mar$ruarU.... ... stew lllrKINSONi .. I rrJ ...I t Bow,the Homestead Homestead librarian Lioni, received Silver daughter Palm on became Aug.' IS parents,." of a Successor to Southeastern Rock Co. ; '

I W..t. !w warded her *i the outstanding cup ..M.... Carl Field returned . GUaeaJle lual-auatU
., C"or
I I !.. IMi 1.IVlln1ON c'I.MATM.", S _.. Is MIw '- Redlind District: ciUieo lor the from Gainesville where she attended R.
ii MI i r... "'". r past year. ." teachers'summer school at
OvI.IA..0 a _.. ...Ow.trr.., I ....a, ....St.... 81414SM. "John Tower returned . University ot Florida.5'hOse KARKOTECNDMBODT Ii I r
from Cilneivllle where he had Edna Smith Is spendingten i
Rock and
_. Concrete
r._ eo .4.w II M.IIwY..a been aailitant chemistry Initruc- dsys with friends In Jackson I
11, ISIS .( tlw.,**fanMoekU. lbs"= .1 SIII.wlwe tor it the University of Florida ville.. ." : *
11."" e. ..,.. summer session. ." "County Commissioner J. D.
"Miss Tbetms Rsdi U conduct Redd Is visiting In JUken. S. C." raoncnoN I Products I :
Silhouettes / { lag I weekly story hour in the "Dress reform will be Introduced to "
munlrlpil library..1' In Homestead 1a pajama ; t :
A II r stormy Aanle night Mirhew and the"u&rlrll wind U '6. ',,e, Mildred. Thompson, f-yeir-old bridge party to be given by Cordon Stops Underbody \',
daughter of E. Z. Thompson, died I Ivey and Albert Bradley at Rot I ,
high- Rust Rattle and
Auf. II of diphtheria In a Miami 'the Bradley home In Sevllla . ,
Dims Nature's. temper has (one .1 Y9t 9W* I hospital, ." ''It will not be a stag pert,." 9 Road Rock e Pea Rock :
.Noy .
With paint brush though she still "Mr and Mrs, M. P. Walker and "Mr. and M... Oscar Clonlnger Applied under hoc,fenders, I :
Is children, Russell Johnny and Virginia of Long View announce the birth "
{II I' spryPslntlng silhouettes ' hive returned ,from Alkut, of a son on July 30 In Hunt Hos floor and chaails. Keeps new o Concrete Rock 9 Screenings
night sky, RoometteNew Okla. ," pital" cars new and old cars young.
Order your Karkote job I

now. O Concrete Blocks o Rock Fill 't I

Brooks Inc. stainless steel, ., oll-room type sleeping con
affording roomette and double bedrooms, now
operate dally on the Florida East Coast RaUwoy'g Tenet One-Stop xJ j

CHAMPION A roomette and, pictured MJAWAH.abort, has It. own toilet Stition We Deliver Anywhere ,; : \

ladlitle, wash basin mirror luggage rack Individual I
Oldest Completely t temperature control and other convenience IIIf IIv [
Restful/ pro-mode bed pulls down from the wall and B. II. DONE SON I
Grove '
j Equipped 1 11 ready lor use.The .
N. Kreme Ave. homestead

; Caretakers doublrbedrodcai designed lot two persons, BRAN COR Inc.
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hare roomy( tipper and lower bed enclosed toilet j?iu
wash basin, clothe* locker and other advanced f -* u ,
'leatuie. providing new privacy and comfort. I I
Henson Electric Has .
t. MANDINBKINl.' JR. fm.
p. a BOX itnOMCftTEAD For information and reservations Telephone MIami 3-0461 PAUL V. COIJII Lll! VbPr B. r, VOKUON, B h.TrM<, .... ..... tt

)i I' Philco Appliances Reek fit en ardlaad. Rd,Souls *f M.wrr these 7H-J .

".IL I i JilSfpiroral FLORIDA I fAST COAST RAILWAY .1 trlncfUn, fh. 44S 1 t r'I.

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I 1916 Ford 2-door- 1911 Plymouth 2-door. : v k l

Al U flrtl tlaia ..IlI.aUireusheot. OMd sad ,? aw'thit. ; '
owner" ; car paint Urft 'k'ft
( make) :. WITH THE SENSATIONAL 'NEW'I ..... .". .... .' '?-'
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' : 1911 Ford 2-door- PH i
\\ .. ILCI I A gaud clean )obi U eseelleat rendition. Geed point and tires: new 'seat,'lw. rM'r: ,I
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and deer panels. n;
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'(%., \ . 1"' :' 'fr. 1916 Chevrolet 4-door: . I
7 ;; % Single-Rom: New Mint(;; died Umt'ge'.d seal seven 1941 Chevrolet 4-door- "!"l+
A beauUfal ear that Is ka excellent shape While wall tlrn; teed plat: seal eeverst'meehialcally :
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;: ?t By Our Paint and r as low as 'Cool.**.,diy.perfect JnH-fne. draft-free air oa veatiliiion the honesthymeata Used y2 Ton Pickup Trucks ;::

: .. ladepeadeal of cooUag,all year'round. '
k Cooling .'*"' ....p M T710 B.T.U. 1916 Dodge Pick-up, 1948 Chevrolet ;
t. : Body Experts $4.25 tae kout. a._ gala. sir. Sninnlagoaipacl Body ,,'IUI racks fer rides sad treat MWUrea New pint' odor blue Delete Sill 1 teed .
j two-are brown cabinet Pow. Uhlhl freat (Sealmad and Urea,, SNzIIafroab IStxUil rear. nit
.. a week. erful,keratedcallr seated W H.P motOr anew rear. This track \la first class cen- trjrk as good as new. "
y w coapfeiior.Model 76.1.Alec available dlllon. The Icier Is black.\ .'
j'I' to iron Model rd-LLl.)
j 1911 Dodge- 1946 Chevrolet If' .ton stake with
.;1 ii overload springs & stake body-
i! You choose the color and we guarantee I New ttrra taint tMxllxl' trees front II.USxlIxt..halalerrl.......toad This Color red and black! Tires ge.d, IMxlSxl I
Benson Electric Co. track has ben receidtUeaied threugheal. front and rear. This track la la exeellent'eendlUe .
; >.. ,*: '1\',' ;. for 18 months. I A good buy *. c._ la std see it. .' .

I r" ].L4;. . .' "i I 1941 ChevroletNew .

1 1 ,:',I't Oldest established electrical: contractors In the Redlandf. :: ; paint,rartleally: oolor green new ;Urea sew seat gMilfx sat d xt' t '.
In Princeton since lilt fast, INd..1 mad and snow rear. A .0, ,
t .geed track far lie In fear grave. 4'
Princeton Fla. Phone 442 Homestead
j Urge assortment el Used Can and Tracks In addition to these Ilited\ hen ,

4 i PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR, CO. Bird Chevrolet Co.n.. .

: Body and Paint Dept.

:So Krome Ave at 5th St. pJone; 487t Phone 98 CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE N. Krome Ave.

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L ) 4 TH$now DWN Y0fttM+I triad vtftf Otwy(fit MIl modem e

.f rynHnHc reiW to !Se slevelopinenl el Us Quality
Results of tests carried by the experiment station
ofperateel on
w' V.mleb ptOCI\Id Her*, MM finest pulpdenf.

f' .*der s>re
r yr proceai,V4 W rornlsnei. .l svoerlor merll. LumberIt's fertilize,moze-: effectively during wet summer months.
With Our
There b _.Dav" V na\( for every pvrpw This company )has'worked, out a formula which will

last longer In bearing groves, summer on winter. It is
i'r '.kA tlkIMMIrh1'te0.kdl..arew the safest and cheapest in the long run. I .
/ ..!.........dNr r.w Sere s u k./........M.Mt>"I; n.erM a combination where cyanamid plays a very important
born_.\......,....__..................- Strong, sturdy timber makes strong support:for part We will be happy to discuss with you this for
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A -_ WI'J ,..elrpL.IN .....,................. your home-your walls, your floors, your beams, mula for use in your lime or avocado grove.

1 Fart=':.sea -J Mats ...... . and else where, quality wood is needed.
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' Price sins ... stool VMNSs.-..-M ....... swirl I Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

Ued u(rd. .wes+W Mw M...-.\......dM_Y asMel..........' ._

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iI.ii Brooker' Lunier CO.
'Hardware. and Building Materials ""Reclland Brand Fertilizers"

HARDWARE BUILDING MATERIAL 11 N. Krome Are Phone''in Phone 18 Henry It. Prldzt1Mer.. Homestead, Fla.

i Phones 62 and 813 Homestead /

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t." Friday, August 19,1949 HOMESTEAD 'LEADER-ENTERPRISE j

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"C: '' Mr and M.... Henry Pridjen.Jr .1 Mr. and Mrs.. r A. Wynn MdMB theer fosse aa Wedessiaeai. N. Mr red Maw IVoaeoH., Weed re*-WO00 att salad the sour MO .....t-... trl New
aDd oki Idreft. Margaret Mae' ...... have' retairaed from 'after a vfatt Mr rill Mr.. .PMMVV rtfMkfttJF.Mar VLMI-MMMff tile MM '"* Rhode island. Collage ofadueatle I ........... and Vets*Ja** o! I
I and Hank, ill left yes "'I UBeUe where they visited Mrs. IMB a brother-in-law and ..C"I I auiWMr wife reJett*** in wade I la Providence After I the way home they visited reW
In and Around I two-week vacation. They plea, Wynni parents, Mr and Mra S. Mr ad Mr* A. J. c........ iagae. R. L Beth. Mr and hen the dote .. school& they made a (Continued on Peer Bight. )
i to. speed some time viaiUng with W, Smith. UK week' Mr. Mid .
: relative. of Mrs PrMgen In Ja kaonvllle -i Mra.. WIIII1ftd Mr and ..... Ctrl .. ,
and the rest of the time Schumacher spent several day -- I

Homestead at their cottage-on Conch Key. I I on Plantation-Key CROUSE & BURR I Open 24 Hours A Day

1 The Rev. and Mra. Frank I* Billy Here Mid Bod Roper are -.* LUNCHES PACKED ,
Elvery and children, Dudley and viaitinf In Live Oak "
., Cheryl Ruth, are spending a two- O Cabinet Shop I For Early-ruing Fishermen.
a Rober1 .....vacation la Stuart Fit. Cwrlo Ygartua, June greduet. Building & Kcmodcllnc Good Sirloin Steaks
Bell has returned to hit f Mr. and nIM--v.: WlUard Sever I at RcdUnd High School, mill : Chops Shrimp, f
''It \ duties to the Homestead pottofdoa are at Lake House fuettt of Mr, and Mrs: matriculate this tall at the Georgia WeldingsiuctrALMDR Golden Fried Chicken
t ..y after aervlce of several Mlneola near Clearmont.Mr H. L. Brandenburg Jr, are Mr.: Institute .of( Technology I .
n, .! months a* a captain with the Brandenburg father, R L.BtlnlSenbW'l. ..
It army, twice In Okinawa and and Mn.: J. a Sharpe and I GLADES RESTAURANT ,t
and hla alter, Mitt
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7 '. Yokohama.Mn. I on, Jimmy, have returned froma Jotephlne Brandenburg of At- Mr and Mrs Edmond Allman -iMI WEST or t i
t I vacation spent in U.lBfton lanta and Gay,Ca. Mn. Brandenbur and Mr. Ailment mother Mm.Mamie Phone 528-W-l I
. Min,
E Z. Thompson left Wed and Iloutton and San Antonio have returned to ,
and Mm Brandenburg left Allman. '
netday for TutcalooM AI.., TeL .
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trip to
I Wednesday on a plane -
. where she will attend the
I of her bon-in-lew and Mn. Jack Polk and children, Cuba.
Jack. Jr:, I I'I''H ))1
10 + divthter\ Mr and Mrs. Glenn D.Frlx Mn. Polk and Margaret Ann, and Mrt Walter Thompson returned *
t :' on Au,. 28 from UnlvenltyofAlibama t nfp"John" Foulk home last week after a
ti ,....... have returned from a vacationat .
t ; Frlx was Mitt
four-week visit with friend and
a M lou ,Adams until her mare Hollywood Beach relatives In Branford, Conn.,

".m. Alabama riae here, tin In:'June Thompson. En route experts to I Mn of. James F U. Archer Welts, Smith superintendent HoipltaU -. Tom. In River Tom, N.River J.. and Mrs Philadelphia .Thompson Did You Read Jack Bell's Column :

: to vlilt with relatives in Daytona '
served godmother at the
\ will leave the tint of the at
a ., And, PentacolaMr. christening of her granddaughter,
week for t vacation at her summer
and Mn Allen Neal of home In Franklin, N. II She Charlene Mildred daughter of Mr.]
I Homestead are parents of a six.pound will be met in New York City by and Mrt. Chat R Broome Mr in the Miami Herald !
seven-ounce ton born AugII Mr. Well and his daughter Mitt Thompson now It on a twoweekvacation I Tuesday
r : hit duties I at the
.In James Archer Smith tae Barbara, who have spent the lummer from ,
I pl L, in Franklin Before she re USN pumping station, and he and
\ M1 turns to homestead Mr. Wells Mrs.Thompson are spending much 11 I
..c nn end.) Mrs. John Fredrick will attend a family reunion al of the time on the Keys, Week-end I II
and IIl1dren.'Paulette and John the home of her parent In Will guests at the Thompson home I I August 16th?
ny.returned Saturday, after vit 'Utnitown, Vt._ were their children, Mr and Mrt ,
'r'I HiM Mr; and Mrs. James Fleming Walter A. Thompson Jr.. and "
of Wffpit; G.", who accompaniedI Mn Either ShutU and children, family and Mr. and Mrt Buford ,
I them to Washington, D. C. On the Dicky and Monica, have moved Creel and family, all of Miami
' it! way home they spent a few days from 438 N W. Seventh it to I Spring _
r fi with: relative In North Carolinaldrtgdtl their new home at 150 N. W
Fourth ave Week-end guests of Mr. and
i [: i >Mn: John L. Batches Mn A. L. Campbell of Naranja I TENDER
i *, .lo*,teXt Monday for their home In Mr and Mra. Graham Godwinof were their daughter, Mn W. R
I 4 .Barterton, O. after'an extended Birmingham and eon, Tommy, Cable of Miami I and her children,,i Round St
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k "whit. her with Mrs Barber and Mn. R L. Godwin of Sea Sandra, Jacky and Cheryl On I
I :i f. brother-m-law" and titter,Mr and baitlan were weekend guests of Saturday afternoon, Mr and Mn CUBED a
< Mta.;R E. Mr and Mn Barney Godwin and Fred You and Mr and Mn Carter ,lb.,
Mr and Mr* J. T Godwin. Vaughn of Miami aont-ln
"Mr; and Mrs John M Brown
Mrt Andrew Kelly of Chicagoand laws and daughters of Mr. and
% and daughters, Nancy, returnedI'
firs Campbell, joined the group
I last\ 'week after a vacation In daughter Lois Ann arrived
' I Fra.nklln, N. C. Philadelphia, Sunday to visit Mrt. Kelly aunt, for a fishing trip._ Mori-ell's Sliced You Can Still Argue
| Meridito. Miss, points, inFloridtJohn Mn. Hilda Johnson. Mn. Annie
: 5 Brown dJ made a Norden of Detroit a titter of Mrt. Mr. and Mn. Howard Thomp- With Our
Johnson alto It visiting\ at the ease and daughter Anita returned
I \ three-day business trip to Jack
home after a two-week
IIonvil1e./ this week. Johnson home vacation with relatives In Orlando Bacon Ib. 47c

and Tampa. While In OrlandoMr Butcher
and M.... Thompson celebrated -
their fifth wedding anniversary -
at a barbecue supper
given by Mri Thompsons parents
e Mr. and Mrs H. A. Stone.
Before their return home, they
visited Silver Springs, Rainbow $1 f 9
fPhIi Falls and other points of interest
i In Florida Cigarettes))

Mrs F I.. West Sliver Palmdr
left for Urbana, 111. Fridayto .
do Red Cross nursing in a polio .
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*'Tlaeweatherandhumaoailments are ftvoritelopjct e of Toledo, 0., are. house guests
of everyday ronverttiion.The ae t.door of their uncle and aunt Mr and
eighbof' it. alert to recommend her liroritenmiAj Mn Stanley Wittkop. I

foraajr lit of trmptoait.Another friend Mri. Mary R. Davis of Sop- Custom Cut
r. "bolds .Implicit faith la something elte. You are I choppee, who has been a houseguest 'Hamburger 49c
caught"la across Sri of claim and couMerclaimt.CN it her daughter, Mn. O W ib.
\, AneaiM Ward observed that, "Th. trouble Retell, left Saturday to visit relatives -
: in Plant City and Gainesville TO
V, :'"'witk' people .U they know too mtoy things that ain't to.' She wit accompanied by a ,' .'

." ;.J, ITkal nets to be almost Identical symptoms io two patients granddaughter, Barbara Jean
i *'nay result from entirely different cauict. Revell, who will visit In Plan

:r,:,You physician/ bat spent at lean eight arduous rein la City.
vi; ,.:...Mad of health and dil..... He it thoroughly familiarS Mrs Wm "H'" Booth and her PILLSBURY
*...wllk. the techniques of dugnotlt and treatment. The phar ...* hop Sam Umphrey both of
,i ; .....eln.. specialty It the preparation and dispensing of the Bradenton Beach are spending
( .t 1 .t drags your donor ordert When ill, Bret tee your doctor. several days here at the Booth
: tot lit. r home on N. W 11th it FLOUR 5 Ibs. 46c
I : ; Tea bring your prescription
,' Recent guests of Mr. and MrsMri
.:: ; : J. B. Hardy were Mrs S. S.
Ga motherof
Sauli of Shellman "

yi i' ;: Glades Prescription Shop Ssuls Mrs.of Hardy Morgan, ,and Ga,Mill Mrs Dinah Hardy .
; '
a niece The visitors were returned
HOWARD JOHNSON, .fh. O. home last week by Mr.
II N. Arenas Ave. Fhoae I It'f Hardy who was going to New

1 if;: ' York Mr.rand Mrs_E. E. Holland and SUGAR 5 Ibs. 46cCAMPBELL'S

: Genuine sons, Bruce, J.rryand Henry and
Mn R. I.. Cavender an tliitinr
with relatives In Townsend Ga, ,
'Buick Pontiac -
: -
'" t. Mrs. John Gadway and children -
'* ,:,. Parts Mary and John, Jr. spent
a. the weekend In West Palm Beachas
.;. t., house guests of Dr. and Mrs. C .
' E. Glngrss _

; : ;L Service All Makes Mr. and Mrs Emmerltt DouberIv -
,. ., and daughters Geraldine and
'Virginia, returned Friday after I Pork & Beans 29c III

{' : CM Cars vacation spent in.Hot Spring and .2 cans
t' I' ., "I '" other points
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lt ,, I .. \ \ .11 Mr and'Mrs. Daniel T. Bam- --'
: ,1':' factory-trained father Jr., and their three daush 1
it' .
.. ten have returned to Went trl' ? g
) : I h Ct a Mechanics \ I 1 ''. .' Springfield Matt, after a two- FRANCO AMERICAN Maxi to 31'iSpaghetti

week vacation with Mr. Barn- *
fathers parents Mr. and Mri. .

'' .,. Paint and Body I Daniel T Barnt-.ther. 29c
: : GooJf fxfra Fr tM
Mia Rosemary Dickinson and "' 2 Ixfro
cans .
a'l I Work Mist Helen Revell sn expectedto ,
S arrive home today after a visit "
l' ; i UpholsteryFurniture ':d with relative of Mia Revell }n
; ., Brooktvllle and Plant City

: :t. ''r-i. and IceBox I Mr Friday. and Mrs to- :visit-O. H.relatives Sullivanleft in The Best of Everything is None Too

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Benson Electric Has

Preston B. Bird Motor Co IIOTPOINT (Across from McCrory) r

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p".+ >81)1t( HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTE1* t>ftIftB Frifhj, August 19, 1949I
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their honeymoon trip to
H " Social Events in South Dade mmmmm I geen taffeta bock /Mh whileacceaeorlei
MIl CWre Heave became the accessories of whit Her coraage and a corsage of whit
bride of Donald! a Foley. in a was made *f pale pink carnationa. orrhM. Upon their return the
rig ceremony perfeniwd by the I newlyweds will make their home
------ Rev Paul L. Manning at I o'clock I Miss Helen ntaOlbbon plated hi Miami ,
T; HOME CEREMONY UNITES IN MARRIAGE PAIISII SUFFER TO iloNoaDE LVRA ANN HODGE AND WAYNfc SHERRY Tueaday afternoon la Sacred the traditional wedding marches A native New Yorker, the bride
I AND MRS, BLACKFOID I Heart Catholic Church and I program of eon nuptial came her two yean ago to make
) GRACE ROPER AND MARRY\ SCARIJOROUGII Dr. Randolph -Blickford 01 f WED FRIDAY IN PRESUYTErtlAN CHURCH The bride wet given 'Jn mar. mode). Dickie Shutta sang Panii her home with .her uncle and
Talledega Ala., former rector oSt. rltge by her uncle Arthur Gude.lira. Angelina", and Mill Cecilia Olive aunt, Mr. and ..... Gude.
t wedding rln,. end YOn were. stead High School where the waaAaaoclaUon John'a Episcopal Church and Miss Lure. Ana hedge, daughterof at home at the Vajnwrlght apartments Albert Syrians was matron directed the 'mild....'. choir in The bridegroom U a eon of Mr.
exchanged Saturday mOOll by end a cheer leader M..... Blackford will be honoredat Mr and 14.... 0. M. Hodge 'of of honor and One Spellman was ..In.ln.Ave Maria," and Mra. F B. Foley of St, Louie.
MUa Grace Harriett A native of Homestead the a aupper to be held at T o'clock Coconut Palm dr., became the The bride yea Vaduatad from best man. Standard baaketi of while gladioli After graduation in 1B4I from .
Roper bridegroom was graduated In tonight in the pariah hall on NE. bride of Wayne Sherry IOn of Redland High School In the clan, The bride was lovely In a white and etephinotl were tiled for Miami High School,, he served In
daughter pf )lr. and Mr*. Thomas I94T from Homestead High School 11th at. Mr. and M.... Hugh Sherry of I. of '4(, and pan been employed in organdy town fashioned with I decoration of the church. the navy three yean .la the pacific .
y Walter Roper of Homestead, and where he played baiketball with Dr. and Mrs Blackford arrived Campbell dr., at t o'clock Friday the local <>chnie of Southern hlgh-nerked fitted bodice and a After the ceremony, a reception theatre. He la employed by
Joseph Mabry Scarborough, ton the Homestead Grower. He la yesterday to spend several days evening! In Homestead Prenpy-!! Bell Telephone! end Telegraph Co. full skirt worn over hoopa. She wai held In Miami at the home Eastern Air Llnei.
of V.... Jlmmle Walker of Homestead employed by Mitchell Hardware at the rectory her. during the vacation terlan Church, Palms and arrangementa After graduation from Home- wore. I hat of while lace and -
and the late. Joseph M Soar Co. lea of I member of the Glrti Athletic eaten were used for decorationof bridegroom ferved I year In the orchids and lardenlaa. I II
4 borough. Th. Rev J. K. Jenkins, the chancel army of oCrUptlon In Germany The matron of honor wore a ON THEIR SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
i pastor of First Methodlit Church, ROUND HARRIS WEDS DORIS CRADDOCK The double ring service was He Ii emplo/ed by Gull Oil Corporation gray crepe ankle-length gown and
t read the I o'clock eervloe before. I I read by the Rev, Frank L. Elvery, a email white silk hat and other A tea In honor of the silver Casper Wllllami, Mr. and Mr*.
1, M arch decorated with coral vine AUGUST 6 IN MOUNTAIN CITY, TENN. pastor who returned from Stuart I wedding anniversary .or theirpirenU. Fred J. Fuchl, Mr. and Mra, Fred
and white gladioli at the Roper where he ii on vacation. Bert man LAWN TEA, SHOWER (GIVEN ANN RIIENEY, Mr. and Mra. Daniel Wll- J. Fuchi, Jr., Mr. and Mra. t, S :
borne on N. W Fourth it ,I Mill Doris Virginia Craddock on N. W Sixth ave. and matron of honor were the llama of Modello was given recently Pickering' Mr and Mn. Ceo. T. j jRanlOn.
Bridal attendant were Mlu daughter of Mr. and M.... O. C The bride wee graduated in .'. brother and aliter-ln-law HlUn .TO.UE OF I 1 IALPII II. DONE, JR. at the WllUama home by the Rev. and Mra J. X. :
Joyce Ennli and Joe Neiblit, a raddock of Homestead and r June from Homettead. High School Mr. and Mra.. Morgan Hodge Jr. Mix Lenora Wllllami and Web- Jenkins, Mrs Viola King, Mir
31fe-long friend of the ) Mountain City, Term., and If. Ho- where she took a prominent part The bride wore a white enlllm.1 Mir Ann jtlttney, who will wed Edmond E. PacetU Mrs R. O. stet' and Charlta Williams McLane Mir Sprankle, Maijorte'
The bride wes . brldtroom.1 land hernia, ton of Met V. L. in activities Me and I mall white hat and I Ralph H. ton. Jr., on Aug. U, Shore Mra. O. N. Wakefltld Mra.H A three-tier white and ailver Pat and Bobby Murphy, Marian
} of white ellpperaUa Harris of Homestead were unitedIn .AIM a graduate of Homestead veil and other acceinorlci of was t'omp1Ifl\tlll'4| with a mil A. Amen, Mra. Earllne Baker wedding cake wee eerved with Ice Dale and Gerald Richer Charles'
with high-necked fitted bodice marriage on Saturday, Aug. 0, High School, in the clan 'of 1947. white. Her cortege was fashioned cellaneoui mover and tea Wednesday Mn. Richard H. Donovan Mra cream, punch mint and nuta Brown and Charles, Bob and Billy
and long, full skirt that Swept In the parsonage of Mountain City the bridegroom saw sea duty in of pink rosebud and stephanotis afternoon by Mn. L. W. R. Lounibury M.... Thus B. Assisting In serving were MreChaa. Fuchi..Member.
Into .train. She wore a finger Christian Church. the navy ind ,ii now associated The matron of honor wore an Wain*, right Kriut: gnd Mn. J. R. Royal, )I..... Bruce E. Neublg, Mn. H. ales Mra. Casper Wfl-
tip'Veil' of Illuilon and carried abouquet For the ceremony, the bride wills hla brother. V. L. ".rrla, Jr orchid flowered frock white Brooke at the Ernit home on Allen Kiiaam flri Cretchen Lee llami and Mrs Oerald Elchar. ) Of the Dade County
of white orchids encircled wore a blue cult and white accea* In the construction buaineaa her accessories and a corsage of yellow Avocado dr Mrs Robert P. Crow., Mri. Harris Piano aelectloni were played by delegation to the P.;T A. short
with stephanotis aorlea. Her conagewai a jeweled daisies Pink hlbiAia and stephanotis V. DelK Mrs Henry Prfdgen, Jr, Mica Ann McUne and Mill RitaSprankle. course at' Florida lftsle Univerilty - orll.ndYlown was.worn white orchid with purple Ihro.lANer 6* ATTEND LEGION'S Gardenia Corsages were worn were used far decoration of the Mri. W. E.: Rheney Mra. Roy this summer will hold I plcotc
fcy) the maid of honor who carried a honeymoon trip to BENEFIT FISH FRY by Mn. Hodge the brlde'a mother i tel tublei which were placed on Campbell, Mn. Nellie. Torbert, Gueiti included Mr. and Mrs Wednesday at Redland Fruit: Jfid
yellow' dalalea. North Carolina Georgia end Approximately 60 penona attended who war attired In blue with' the lawn. A. fclflk crepe umbrella, Mn. Vann E. Huff Mrs Chai.\ W. R. >C. Trotter Mr. and Mn. Leroy Spice!! Park
Purple orchid corsage were Fanning Springs, Fla.. Mr and the American Legion fish matching accessories, and by Mn. spangled: "'Itlliver| wishbone, Leiby, Mri. M. F. Scott, M.... Sprenkle, Mr. and Mra. H. U
worn by the brlde'a mother M.... Harris have returned to fry held Monday evening to help Sherry, the bridegroom'! mother was luspcn ed above the shower Elaine honey, Mri..M. F. Scott, Brown Dr.'and Mrs. C. F. Rob-
dmwd 'In aqua, and the brlde- Homestead to make their homeR defray expenaei of the Junior who wore a blue and white print able on ""lIltltbe| gift were din Mn. W. B. Caiteline Mri. L C Inaon Mr. and Mr. S. F. Matthewe Benson Electric Has
dreued In baseball team iponaored by the frock with white accenorlei and Mn.John WtUlama
groom'i mother navy played. Sherwood. Mn.W. A. Arty Mra. ,Mr.
and gray.For II. S. CLASH OP '47 post Prizes were given the winner After a short honeymoon within Mn. T. \. Moore and Mrs H. Wm. C Payne Mn. Chaa. T. Mr. and Mrs Harry Murphy, Mr Philco' Appliances
their honeymoon within HOLD GET-TOGETIIEI In darts. and ring-ton.\ the Isle the newlyweds will be I A Amnn jr, insisted the hoieasei Fuchi, Mi Barbara Miller Mill and Mra. Gerald Etcher, Mr and
the etale, the bride wore a frock 1 In if.vin8. Ardel Partnan Mill D>roth, Mra. H. L. Brandenburg, Mr.. and l'rlaeetel, Ph di. kI
of Imported green chambray,black Swimming and a wiener rout. I On the guest Hit were Mri. R. ClemenU and Mill Jane Fucha. Mrs Chaa. H Otis. Mr. and Mri
acceuorlei and I white orchid and dance were enjoyed Monday H. Done, Mr*. A. F. Arthur, Mn.
eoruge. evening by 25 members and W. R. Bird, ,.,.... John W. Collins
On 'Ihelr return they will live friends of the Redland High Mri. J. M. Root Mrs Carl Deden,
'In their home at 505 N.'W.' Sixth School Clan of 1847. DIXIE DRUG Mrs, Ceo Ejehrt., Mri. John Frey
"'t After swimming at the Home iln. W. J, forcnlmo; Mrs Rob-
The bride who came here with itead city pool, the group went I bert Gentnef, Mri. Frank Skill
her family from Live Onk was to Retlland Fruit and Spice Pork Mr.. J A. Smith, Mra. Lee H.
graduated_ In June from Home- for the rest of the party I TOtR FRIENDLY REXALL STORE Lehman, Mf... Ed!: '. L. Krone

Phone 30 We Deliver Mri. Frank Mauiman Mri. A. .
Frank Webb Mrs Thoi. J.Jlarrli, 1
iln. A. W. utchltnon( Mn. Ovid .
e Sullivan Mr, Walter Eggeri, Mrs I I
Weekly SpecialsLAVORIS T Paul Hslty' },fr.. Harold M. ,. ,
\ Campbell lira Paul Beam Mn
Howard L. Johnson Mn. D. M.
Miller, Mrs. C. J. Parman Mn.BWIMMINg School Opens? ;
MOUTH WASH, $1 size. 93 .-w--- iSeptember'

Plus 45c size in Cabinet Bottle. Both for C Man 6.
f fFer
upper wee enjoyed Au,. II by 5
Giant size, :: Plus, large size, 27c. /I QHotll /* members or \hit B. T. U. of First Every-day Rough,wear C/o .!
gj fOr .. l *eteel g :_... "TT JT Baptiit Church| After swimming '
at the tit! tool I kt
supper war .: iJNM Fit Your Boy i fo
'. spread In:"4 I McKESStt .AMMON ATE J TOOTH POW J. B. Sih"cri, general' director, t '"I. Genuine Levi'sMade J
f, DER, GOe size Plus Dr. West Tooth of the B. 1'. V* Mad charge of arrangementi t
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30 blades ,..... ................ : t) C Members M Homeitead'i younger :.

I Iu let were 'Invited to meet Misses "' : Other Dungarees $1.M \. .7:11.,
Shirley and Gall Hehl of Toledo
AIR 25 0., Tuesday rt,rnoon at the home \ .::';:' 1: : ; .r I :.ct :
95 sheets ........................ ...................... c of the vision- aunt Mn. Stanley I, ; : i/
Shirts" Vf:
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Wittkop. r : ,-r '1. I
PERSONNA DOUBLE EDGE BLADES Party sandwiches cookies, cake
1 and punch were aerved.QUeita .
Regular 10 for $1. 20 for ..........."........... vr Mitt Dixie Lee By McGregor, Kaynee, and Hains.

Schumach> Mica Joyce Scho- Wide stripes, fast color sanforized..
HY-DA.WAY Folding Fountain. walter, Ml,. Ronnie Marks, Miss I
3 29 Marie Cooper fill Elaine: Mc- from'I
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Syringe. Regular $3.95. SpeciaL..tD tendon Miss Margaret Dellingerand . .. . '
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cp.nta! / M. Every package within vcny peach Cold peal Dealer

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South Krome at First St, Homestead Phone 487 ;i
SHOWS DAILTl T aid I P. M. Phone Ne. 171 Ml N. Keeeae rheae. Ogga .
Gas-Oil Products SATURDAY and SUNDAY ...0._ t UU II.AdmlMtoii . '
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run TO ARIA P. T. A. WORIUHOIMr LOCAL W. ft. 0. .. HMTORYA M Sale sad I tooo brae4 sees.. MISCELLANEOUS
SHOW, PLAYS, HALLOWEEN DANCE I J. R. ....., I Merka frees bankBEAtmrUL .
*. norvBan Heniiolii. alit, hMory of the WoeMd'e f*> CLASSIFIED ADVERTffl !

A benefit bridge and game of the president Mr E. L. Krone vk-prldMt of the florid city of Christian Service: of Plot* Vacation closing Al*. It. Will
Congress ot Parent and Teacher* I Mothftdtot. Church was road ORCHIDS availed, patron please eaU tor. belong
;:,arty will be held Friday evening by light refreshments were served will be one of the five Florida Mr* E. E. King Tuesday oveiumat IM no*. at all time Homestead flees ings' Mn Charlotte D. Golf No.II .

!,*(. M In the Woman' Club of Campbell the haeteteea Mr. W, C.Mrs.Carmichael H. M delegates to attend the South the group'i monthly COwrtd I r and aft Shoppe, 111 N.W. .Ua at,, Anode. (.1It

ad clubhouse on N. W. and eaatern Area P. T. A. workahof" dIM supper In the social hall. Mr*. 1 cor. Snd .... (altO)
Mra. Harrii V. >
HUt it, Mrs. J. E. McClung. to be held from Auf. M to Sept' King compiled the.history tot Ifr CAR WASHING SERVICE. Cr
finance chslrman, announced at aualneae Other preeent were Mra. Burley 4f the CONCRETE BLOCKS, all dm, wished and polished M. Jack
I In Assembly .Inn ot Montreal, elusion !I. the cornerstone Cemetery & BltosolfomWoodlawn FOR SALE
meeting Tuesday nightlira. Dutdy Mr, r. A. Wynn Mr*. I Bruce' Block Co Naranja Ha.
N. C DOW churth. building on N. KrorMave. PacetU, Phone MS-U. a2
,) 0, H. Sullivan and Mrs. Mif. Oiai Robertson, Mr. Velma Phone 271
Greene Mr Anne route Mr airs. Helnlein expect to )evSaturday .
a White wen placed In charged ,, Park Cemetery : It boa piano accordion: with. con The COUNTRY KITCHEN on U.
for the work Cecil Dodd completed I Homestead
Aug. 17 Mra.
Ferd Rltter Mr* M. H. Gallatln
i .
\ arrangements end reeervaUona.Fundraising tea a W. lilt St, UlaoMPhono and instruction: book,, in gooi GUt Co -Glau han I
Fire Tower :
Mn, Richard dl. Donovan Mr* shop which will be attended b, review of "N._ of U.. bEeteile I opposite carve .
event planned by I John Hale, Mn.: E. W. : 55 delegates from the aoutheattern Carver. Plan wen mad ..".... I condition m Just. right\ for be- purpose We do steel sail breakfast and lunch. Mao Sue "
the member Include: I faih- Burton wide loti'' Inset Write P. 0. Box $17' slating and glazing of all type I .... Clad Saturdays
i club: Mr E. a McGarrah Mr Jf cemetery ( 101 N. Krom. Phone 173. day 4 to I p.
Ion how to be held coon, a series Clung, Mrt Sullivan Mr*. White 6 and for a "break the bank" at moderate price available from Homestead Fla. (pall) I (....21))

... play, and a Halloween and Mr* Heinlein. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVENHANK meeting In October when mem- large unaold cemetery acreage. FLOOR BANDrmj and J1NIR1
dance dated for Saturday evening PRIDGEN. fOE ben' saving banks for the buildIng Community mausoleum of 1,041 INQ Install DOERS normal permanent wv...
oak and noonasphalt
Oct. 29.Members fund will be opened. Twenty crypt: and niche tire, good condition $129 rubber ,, Not falter, not cheaper, but .1
BETTY BOSTIC HONORED Mr*. Henry Pridgen Jr, entertained Grower Equipment Co., Ford and Ule. linoleum Stwdlo
decided to re-roof the four member were present\ better. Ruth Hairdressing ,
BY JOYCE WOLLAM Friday afternoon in honor Homeitead. (tell) Day Ii"an.w: nlgttU 117-W.
;\eWbhouM and to make other re Phone IU. (13.1q
pair. Mr. Herman Helnlein, vice Joyce WolUm entertained on of the fifth birthday anniversary. FOR RENT

pre'iident, presided In the absence! Thursday evening of lat week in of her ion, Hank III. For entertainment 1(37 used Buick Special motor. l-bedroom, modern CBS home HARDEN-llautl", Undanptnt 1

honor of her house guest Betty the young guest were COTTAGE 4 1'00IIbath.. NKrome IllS; 1917 used* Quick: rear end practically new,', with car-port < topsoil potting ..u. arid" rock

BtTm MTITER GIVEN, Bottle of Jackson, Mia given ride In a pony cart Birthday ave. between Blacayni, $25; wrecked Morel A Ford, MS; OWNER MUST SELL this till Ph. I4J-R, Write at, I, Bat

rot BOWLING CENTER TEAM Game' were played and ice cake and ice cream weretervod and Waldln dry. Call after 110. new flat truck body $IIS; factory I.I your opportunity to own 14-A, Homeetead. .'
cream and cookie were servedPresent by Mrs John atcheloc It O. Shore, 570-J. (alltf)) new Dodge rnotor assembly Jack'I' your own home with. a* little .
Mr. and Mn, Fred i. Fuch: Jr., ., besides those mentioned and Mil Lee H Lehman Motor Service, 414 S, Krome ave. a* 11.000 down. 1
five I buffet supper Wednesday were Nancy Smith label The Nest wen Gladys Ann Free use of houK and plot thigh Ph. 711. (all) RADIO REPATR-QuIck service:
work guaranteed.
'r evening at their home. In Naranja.; Gordon, Janet Cooper, Mary Karl and Ronald Harris loda and Immediate Service pin t.ndiddltapd J Mere tract on Jerome Avenue I Robert J. Brook.
I'' The It Nests were t.ll Ytopll1- Louise WoUam, Eddie and Robert Walter Sullivan ben Clark, or old-oge pension couple In exchange Farmall F-12 tractor New tire ; CLOSE IN CLEAREDind : Robert rd. north of Palm

en of Mr, ruchi on the r th Carter, Kay Lee, Jim Shaw, Jr. Sandra and Cheryl Turner, Mary for helo' .In malntainlni food condition, $US. Growen ready to build. Only a few Drive Florida lust City. Phone H4-W.
; Street Bowling Center team oft Charles Drown and J. Lee Smith, Monte and Bill Pacettl, Patsy, Reasonable Prices 6-A.. place H. W Beailey,Leader Equipment Co., Ford, Ilometteed. left-11,900 and up.
Miami 'and their families. Jr.OJVACCIU9AOR. . Bunny and Billy Blackburn, Tina Enterprise Box A-UB. (alb! ) (ill) I
and Randy Jones, Joan SottlieRosalie V. 8. No. f'lllshway property PAINTING deceroung\ waterproofing .

and- Rudy Cowman, Tiny Workmanship S-room upstairs ipt., gas Noelfreshly ,. 6-foot Frlgldalre. $05. Mr*. S. M. I I I. getting scare let ui help and glatlng. McLean

Roberta r George Albert, Robert' Quality Kentoned, frlgldalre, Plnder it S. E. First ave. (all) you find your ails before It I la phone T48-R. (pjyl) )
Bow Frank and Come see It Also down-italn
''i OIY"O"" and Wallah I too I.telSplpndld
;! Bobby; Centner I and Michael and .. porch room. Mn. Maud Chandler,, CONCRETE BENCHES with Grove mowing. Carl EndUch,..RL

Richard Hood. Silver Palm dr., Ph. ."' -.1-1 2xC back and teat, $ n. long bunlnita opportunity 1, Bolt 418. Homestead, oM
% -
I' Letchworth
for your lawn, garden or barbecue\ WITHIN 10 MILES of Ashevllle place: JOnw hwy.)
I Mrs Irvin Wechiler will enter o Room and board available at $1wk. $1250. Ph. Mcllugh 7 3-7. \ N. C Retort Hotel accommodating .('4U)
tain' the Homestead B. P. W. Cat BRAKE SERVICE The Charles Graham house, (.12-11);) (2 fluent. Cora

a weiner roust at her home o Black Point at Dixie Highway,, pletely equipped and In opera. FLOOR SANDING and FW1SH1NQ -

I : msnrn Monday evening at 7 o'clock. MOTOR o TCMITFRONT mouth of Gould J22tf) 2H acre high and dry pin land I II tion. ILLNESS FORCES SALE. Install oak and pin floor,

u ml. north of Homeitead. Will A* little M S,000 ash accept. asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum.Day .
. I IJI Il Dr. Roy II. resident Meth. END : Room and board, 111 wk.. Ph.IIOS.R. bargain with you on price. Ph. ed if you have property hereto ph. Ill-W; sights 1IT-W.

odlit bishop of the Jacksonville o (m.Olf) Mcllugh. 783-R. (..12.11)A. ) trade Trade cannot exceed
elves roe flijr //impirofire-aof/ 3 or 5 or 7 area, was a dinner guest Sunday PAINTINGBOOT 10,000 on total price of $M,. WE: DO reliable .,..... rapalnog.

of Mr. and Mr*. H. 1.. Brandenburg o 1 and 2-bedroom furnished K C. wintered 6-weck-old 500, with 10 year on the bal Wood Jewelry, McCrary Ar
Jr. Others present were cade. (12U)
REPAIR kitchenette cottages Dobrrmnnn Pinscher pup|>!ei

AUTOMATIC and Mr and. Henry the Rev.W. and Mr. J. O rates. Pleaiunt grounds for chit. from champion tock. Ph. 695-W-l, ance.FOR COMPLETE REAL IF, YOU HAVE: anything U Ml

E. Jenkins and MM Betty Jo SEAT COVERS dren. Redland Court, Ph. 284-R-4 Firm Ufe and Sliver Palm, ESTATE SERVICE are or U :IOU need anything vtaU
I l e ELECTRIC Jenkins of Homeitead. o (aMf,) (.11)) the Swap Shop. Wo buy *Mlrtaati -'

O'llOLSTERINQUNDERCOATINQ In food condition. Move .
o AMI/ KUK IIADK! ixiiinry, IUIHIUA/ 20 hive 'bees : related beekeeping Ice bore., eta. The Swap Shop.UT .
RANGE For a IN PIKIHATKNo..'..... : IP'n::: some new, Broker a Pager Avo HomeKotd.Phono .

COMPLETEInsurance\ o lit *.! hill at very reasonable Phone 204J.pall or John H. Hale SalesmanPh. 4.T
Hofcrt. .| know.
Mrvln a M
Service rolCELAINIZINGLtrBltlCA oo 11..1., .. 1\...... ......... I ) 444 or ",.W P.O. Box ausN..mlll' Floor Sanding and flnlahlng.' .

0 M W. H-k-hirtl.elUTIoN Mourn H MAd. .' of Chamber Asphalt and rubber Ule. Phone
See TlON >ry Beautiful potted begonlax, suitable
f)11.' I., M.oha, U, (terrtoon. ot Commerce 117-W. (ackid)
0GENERAL Mrr>.l. M HuWU .04 all MlMr. poem 'I for gift AIM aulUna Mn ,
John II. HaleAT REPAIR tswr.rd t Maud Chandler Silver Palm dr.
of Tennessee
o haa boa 111.1 1..N n.uA Mrre second
A COMPLETE BUMTERTODUMPER f. .. .N..1".1 at a..MMehm.b. rd. Ph. 4..1.1.JUDOEU. Urea! Banaln for Baalnea Plate drilling Corner Krome eve,
...... 'ar asst ...... .04 p.'. conwlnd ,, end N E. 10th it Phone 1131.".
SERVICE .rlt_ frame house I let 14
a III. par '-room on ,
rurilS REAL ESTATE I ,....... .cu.a. four Mn . IM. nnp.aIlntl ,
0 coconut and and
... N ...Ilse .hoe.h 11.- y palms peach ('REE..-Native rock taken out, la) Idynamiting
Phone 441 175R ::1 BUDGET PLAN IF DESIRED! : .Ml tonne, ..._ will ...weed Ml dad. avocado tree, chicken yard,
./ PAT AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKER mm* XM WI4. pillionWITNKMI . ) CITRUS, $4,800. for live plajitlng.
nr hens ."' ,*.l' of 00''Mwurt Good for rork walls building oe
O ... .. AVOCADOS nnd
.l Mtaml. !> Ciwlilr. VIe.ati 1
: SERVICE till dap oJ A..I. "... MANGOSOrDUI.n"lt 1-bedroom block building, B-room rill Ph. 404.

0 W. h Cou.I NLANIYIN Jrdr. houae, ,oodd., 22 avocado,
', tAin. 1*. M. ***. *. e- '/."1 1I of all kbtda. palm anl coowiut tree .la yard, VFW EMPLOYMENT ''OI'rIQ'or
Pay it while, $$4,50. members and onmlcyer

t S .. ....; .1: .;. for I. Bird Chevrolet COe I :in Ian Tie JUDICIAL VAUK,cincvrr dUINTY CIRCUIT. onus M/rnllUA IK mn AND, TH Put.." r.5CAL 4S'...... .. IfOOV 1 block'hOU toU.ftKfcfeact !llttia!S"JFhTWffT: froo.., Cjrtd;r7N.; Sullivan Krom,on ant*.
out In fruit tree, good place
I Sunny tth at Phone ,1JO.
Use .it! .Ik anru I on corner for store, land acarifled
It? N. Krone Avo.Hemeatea IALIniKMONU
you I. NOHKIN or iRtairr eelO.NrH and smooth, $',1100.

*. Fla. ......11".
Thane II m I t ML Weal ef Florida City Call and Investigate./ Dent bar. WANTEDWORK ,

pllurlC 1.VILE.. IMaIMnt .. fllO,1 tuwa gain In town.
o am. r elm. '' "'
I.N. i 1O\lO:; Writ or r.=ullMl -:: Iru. I
/ at a J. R nEVIS
22 Years With ... ._
of ih., .b.. Cam Icoal. '
I. luthoot e-md I. a .Man. I blocks'IroM bank WANTED
ChevroletBenson podene, I. rM. c-re. wen finish carpenter, 20 expert*
.. ...
,It yemrd H"..... ... 1.-" Ardour.m
M. W. General
C.1., d.fad.MIM enct. Going,
ptittith.d t
rtolnurr. rt::.=1' a ludcimii I IUenJ. Delivery.l Princeton. (pUll
sin I..M apse III. foll.wlm -

,,.Now'!ale'11 s- II. Blwk I, P.tbtrHa ARB BATS 9LINDTA Warren Morris 1 1i Wanted> -Sewing. Expert work
,'. Addlkr, I, ten...
O.rrba '
""''nt. Hl.kl..d>, r .boa ni. i... N. ...bllt KMntoItad I [ mile N. of Redland School oa

medium" II i .* Camp. HorW., !lac.. a tool! ..!.. tots have buyer for small barns II Farmllfe rd. Ph. 5R3-R-4. (UJ-J9))
whether low beat. brt I
t>.M. > of glade land lino' buyer for
..,. .i.a A. M..1 -ui1out
i n
4o need to depend on fixed temperature New Royal Portable I. *..f Cran Nam, I vlU;.. .. 100 A. potato land NOTICE -

Tie]infinite/ control: of the LStH Vlri-Spoed Switch tivt* you terry ,'M' rt..d sell.. at HM'UM Mtcrr!. ttMriHM 211 .. license Ave Ph. Ill City Council will meet eadi
Electric Has ...... demlb.ll. prim!, ef ../! w Monday at I p M. through Aof!
emxritur* from limmcr: to litxkt . not jute J, J, or r. Heat Ceavesieslacme to IliklenUt ,......, ice IM til Mltofrlni muwrit .
fWfMt I have buyer. for amall tract ml to alt a* a Board of Equalize:
when the tcceleritor. .. .
like in car sup on , d Mito.l
once on bower your you World'. IIOTPOINT
No,I Portable lypewrllerdlOkel l Used .! MM of pnrrMHr" LARGE!: UNFURNISHED\ lion to receive complaint, .ano)
noothly, gradually at you turn the twitch. Tbat'l why results art *o Rat modern typewriter! D.I.e Aent L lira. ,
truly portable APPLIANCES house, $00 mo. on yr contract equalise the 140 tax roll '
gamier, foods w temptingly delicious when prrparrd on an LWL Slurdy-buill lo laal for ycartl I JIMMY--'fl. Ite'sAN...,. CITY OF HOMESTEAD

Mitt feature to delight you . oven b bit enough for an entireneat Only. ttM new Royal Portable hai all the* Princeton, Ph. 441 It, JOHN I. OIIKIKN. es Den). W. Morri a E. Edward, Ot/'dork

,' I, cooker lifer up to form extra unit, smokeless broiler, automatic fealurea:FINGER-FLOW KEYSrTED: IA... II, ;II(. : Ash 1, '''IIt VOU I Aug. .. II. 1*, 3t, IHII)

l I 'SIN control. for oven cooker, appliance outlet and one top unit .,ACER."MAGIC" MARGIN, RAPID WHERE TOP QUALITY CAM Ctiii

: COMB IN AND SHTHI RIBBON CHANGE, "TOUCH CON.TROL"Plus 1 n.u.nanuu..n..n.rerani 1
t Dr. Leonard W. HasklnN
mom featuretl I Como i

RANGE THAT MAKES GOOD COOKS ICTTER" In and ice III I many Easy paymonl tern 1 g 1,+ 4tilalg .NIVV'MOrNfal :! g due.' .uSRgdNef(r* IIMIMU.MGLASSES. .. ROOFING and SHEET METAL W

Payments low as I
141 N. E. let St, Miami, Fla
$3e90 week Homestead Office Supply o_ Mr
i PHONE 1SStlOverseas Phone 511-W Solar Hcalcm Ventilating Fans
II E. Mewry 1'1101 NlVy HOMf MAKERS I IIf Ie..................................
Free estimates constructionand
on new .

i I repair and maintenance of old \
? Benson ElectricYour TYPEWRITER JONES 1A Bait & roof

Brand NewDoiu&tk

Can do reor work aa well cad aareaaenable r Tackle Shop
Dependable Appliance Dealer aa aarene. Why speed J. H. Montgomel'J.loofing COe, Inc. :

Oldest Electrical Contractor in lie Badlands. row mosey eat .< town? Keep It

i; Princeton, Fla. .Phone 442 some and wtlch Hemeitead (raw. o COMPLETE REEL lEFAIKINFOBUATION ROD AND 141 Ave. Marries. Coral Giblet PbaD" d-N2541147"QUALITY ;

An make *f tjpewrltenIwoffet.
sold and repaired.
New i pertable trpewrllen and or'dRhodes'Gara j j
/A3Ktr YOU
kddlaf machine
.. Krom* Av.*. E4 PaeeUI I
CIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY AU work uaranteed. Estimates r

given, tree yen ere NMMofMr 'to the I New Low Prices '

... cNy. a H.W Moth-r, '::J"Ht Begin ,at
bae-eer.ede have oa
Rooting of AH Types e
l p. a Bn m eve addu. In the nay r
beer, M.tra. your pub .
Solar Water Raters Phone 116-R I I.r nilflli tirniH< Meal o< Goodwill. have, Mn Try u. When You NeedA $119.50. K. >K. Ilk STV Sad Ut ATI.OareaMo t

: ton)? kMkvl ef a"" < X.. ( Chamber of Ceaaaaeree ....) ;
Sheet Metal Work Tkw*. a.wne to buy. Me.1lean. .- Haircut ow.
l .; OMplx.. _HoiloareeS. call ywra w..wen.e.r ...
Air ConditJontnf *-.. .... ""mere .. Share HARRISREFRIGERATION AUTO TRUCK TRACTOR 8EPAHU1W
Electric Hu "'- r.."Ie.Welcome .
Fan Ventilation alrail _. fie CO. Expert Werfcnunalilp 3.annitee4

WagonMrs. have HeMuunaoo N. K> I'1a. UI
141 .ne
Insulation Philco Appliances (Medicated) LN Phone 9115 Night 143-M)

Prlneete Pk. lit Geraldine Gadvrajrrn. Facial Pack _. - Tie NO loa TOO SMAIX em -'. NO JOB TOO Bid

: Fie Estimates IM-J BnMleo lit
Massage pick) ...--r
AMrea Themes
OMMaatlM Faotal VI
UI Araceej Avo. 4 MM41IU

CenlaWeSl1a. TawSeeMaeabe S SHerman

., WHEN IN NEED CALL ON u& Trial _, lie Ph. 509-W

......... (Male' ) tie TURNER'S FUNERAL


I Homestead Loan Co. BUSH'S

N par item A ai Un w ** a4 ivv

Yew area Denson Electric Has Ulour Ambubncc Service
GA.... noon 1 r' BarberShop
I .....n"pow"COnIDl"c, it... '. 205 N. Krome Ave. Phone 113 IIOTPOINT If

., ,. o.crBa I Crematioa ,
.." Collateral Loans-450.00 to $300.00 ''Phone 270 Homestead, Fla. '.,
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Mn. Clara Dixon of Homestead! To Mr and Mn. Albert 6ppot I Minter of Tavernter and E FSurgery '
left Thursday to deli In Wet Miami, a ion on Aug. 1$. Howard I Made-In-Homes
Palm Beach and OainetvUi, 1 1I
IN AND AROUND Medical patient; Mn Jimmy Saundera,, Annette and Rebecca Fried ChickenAT
Mn A. 8. Mon and daughter,, Oibb of Homeetead, the Rev. Gee Riven of Homeeteed, Ready-Mixed Concrete
Misses Helen. and Antoinette,have BuM of Gould. Par eane of Florida Mk"'l I
HOMESTEAb returned from I vacation In E. Dead of Redland, Mrs Dorli I David Rogers of MiamiFitzpatrick's andConcrete 1
BarneivlUe, Ca. ITS BEST
Blocks .4 ':j
(Continued from Page rive) Miss Georgette, Jones of Satran- I Hot Biscuits, tootPasco's .
fives of Mrs. Woods In Greena nah ll a new employee al the Fine Furniture i Immediate Delivery Anywhere !
bon and High Point N.CMm Homestead Weitern Union office
She la living at the home of Mr Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods Farm House Restaurant Concrete Supplies Inc. ''
Morris .
Gary of Ocala and and Mr'* C, V. Barnes on N WFlrit _
four children Norman, Carmen, IUMn. Cabinet Werk Chair Cuing rKeflnlahliig I ,
313 N. Flagler Ate. Homestead Car (th SI FJEC. Rallrwrf
Lillian and Linda, visited her Cer. BUcarae Dr. Kedla M. Phase (14-1 I HeajweUaf
Saturday with Mri. Gary father, E. B Beglln of Industry, ---- -- ____ __ __ h__ _____ __ .__ !
B. C. Murphy, and her alders, Pa, li visiting In Modello at the L ----- --- --- ------ :;:t
Mri, Lucille Carter and Mn W homes of tier brothers and lla-
E. lwl The Gary's are vUltlni ten-ln-law, Mr and Mri. Daniel
In Miami at the home of another William and Mr. and Mr*. Casper -
liter, Mri Cecil Conway.Mr Williams,
, \ '
and Mn Erneit fherard Mn. A. 3 Colburn of Pennsylvania .... .t rI' ....... .'Utl '. .:" : \" .
and children, Sonny and Joan, ti a house gust of Mr and .
have moved from 11(4 N. W Mri J T Venn Mrs Colburn
Eighth at to 848 N W First ave. may decide to make her home

Mr and Mrs. Walter New bury here permanently,
have moved from Spring Lake, N Mr. and Mn. Gerald Eicher of

dr J.,, to their home--..-on Sliver Palm Modello Marian and Dale children, left, Gerald Sunday Jrand for" Want to Build Home ? h

Smith father critically Herman Hospital of III Dr Berger,In M James of A New Berger Archer York, li, children a Fla one-week Mn., A.Helen C vacation Home and Gary at and Lake(Home rind-tola).,,, a

).fl'. and Mrs. Ben Meeki have pent the weekend In Lake Worth }
moved from Live Oak to Homeiteal. with Mri. Home aon-ln-I and
daughter, Mr and Mri. It. R.
I Mr and Mri Wm. Verdonk
arrived Monday from South Bend, N III II NNIIN NaLIMNNMN Ia . . ...
I 'Ind to visit Mri Verdonk parent .::1 . '" t
.1 *, Mr and Mrs. Chat. M Jlur- NEWS .. .
rls'and her brother-in-law and N I NIN IIN/a H/I IYIINI/NIIa.4 : . I
,: liter, Mr and Mn Wm. F Dick- Birth
Inion Mr. Vetdonk li the for To Mr and Mn. Wm. Bennett .,
, met Mill Dorothy Hard of Homeitead, a daughter on All "
'Mr and M..;. Clifford Campbell Aug 14 You Need : \ ,
i IncilOn. Clifford Norris, returned To Mr and Mrs Douglas, W.I.k.r 1 .
of Kendall, a daughter on ,
Monday after three-week
a vacation x '
Aug IS
spent In Cullman, Ala, with
To Mr and Mn Rudolph POloplrhel
relative of Mri. Campbell
of Homestead, a ion. on -
Mn C V Barnes;:; and her deter Au,. 18 .
Mn. M A. Brother, returned To Mr and Mri Earl Tyre of Is the Vacant Lot. '"
: Monday from I visit In Jackaonllle lomeitevd, a IOn on Aug. 17 ) :
I with Mn Brother on-ln-
: law and daughter, Mr and Mrs.. .f: r
.I Karl Hellenthal, and In Jackionvllle Benson Electric Has .. 4
Beach with. their brother and . .JU
iliter-ln-law, Mr and Mn Den Philco Appliances \
Bigger Mn. Barns and Mri .
:, Brothers expect to return to their' I ..'
Princeton Ph. 555I
homes here next week .


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