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 26, 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: VID00675
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 c. ... r

year No. 31 I' HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, }FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1949 Price 6 CenuT
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17 Dade Growers Get tegaa HomeateU gettlag yesterday bnlateaa eel their aftemee,atonalahuttort lae.*) Homestead, Redland, Fla. City

after a that weather the hwrleAM odvssery whisk U4Ieated BIG' MODETRAttERPARK There are 69 teachert In the Ma Shuler, sixth ,rad.. ON ASSESSMENT OF $U23.83ftYEAR'S I

earn from Tacks Island vW combined faculties of the white Redland High School: E. ILBtumgarton

$ From U.S. II, ..... headed erthweetwari schools of MomeitMd Redlahd Henry Dlxon, social
$308,000 fee the BahaaMa and the tmsth- and Florida studies; A. R. Johnson, vocational
era tip W FUrida. City agriculture; Stanley Vullmbe.I BUDGET SET ATia836$ ,
At I 'etok this __tat the Local teachers. whe will report:I music) Mrs. Alice Edwards Mrs

atom was ever the Bahamas, for duty next Thursday, are: Edith Jones, English: ; Clarence .
: 241 mile aovtheaat *t Miami Homestead and Florida City I Gray, science; Mrs. Mary D. Net.

: ; For 300 Cars Potatoes and wia eat a.htg a westerthweet Grading began this ,week .1 schools: E. B. Blackburn, princi, tlea, librarian; Chas L. Ooley, Monday Night Deadline I A 10 per cent slash In the

OMVenwat H rrW newamlact Royal Palm Trailer Park on B pal; Mre. Edna Bird assistant mathematics. ; LeRoy Sprinkle, For.'49 Tax Adjustment Florida City tax rat was \'OlalTII.14.
ordered from I coach and mathematics; Miss Julia
were principal, Mrt Marian Ruehto .
night by the town count
Krome which will be
; Yen Beach .to Miami aa< at I ave secretary Sullivan commercial subjects; J Monday night la the deadlinefor
' a Lake Okeecheb) atorm warmInis Into a model trailer park Neva King Cooper School: Mia A Tatoi, foreign languages and Homestead property\ owner ell to reduce the mlllag from

Three hundred carloads of po- 7,000 ROTE CLUBSIN from MelBcmn .to Ref I by Kea-Bar Corporation for which Mary Jackson, Mrs VlrflnlaKianoff ,, English: Matthew J. Themes, MfI.I to aik adjuatmtntt. on It4l city U mllli to 10 A total\ 141 Ux

S Utoes" brought $301,000 to 17 Dade West I Mra. Landon Carney la locaagent first grade, Mra. Margaret I Elisabeth C Walsh, physical duration last aaaeeament from the city: roll of 11,123,13160 waa submitted -
Mrt.'John Yudlnsky elate Mills, Mrt. Edna Thurman,I ; Mill Alice1 Warren, homeeconomics council which I I. altUng ai a board by W C, Morton, the new tax
I :. County grower this spring under 81 COUNTIES second grade Mia Harriet Up- ; and R. E Trotter, In- of equalization during August To
Susan Featured ; .
," of Mrt Carney, la resident manager I. assessor, and a budget of IIMM.
the government' price support I h.m. Mrt Janet Gallatln third;Idustrltl arts date, no complaints have been
In Glamour Magazine of the park. I| Net teachers at Redland are JO was act up by the council
program guaranteeing farmer, grade, Mill Eitelle BurnhamJ filed according to City Clerk R.
WORK' { FOR PEACERotary Radei1, Knappen Tlbbetla Englneerlng '> Mr Johnson vocational agrlcul- This la the first major tax cut
$3 20 per hundred-weight!, reports MlM I Susan Pope, daughter olMr. Mrs Gladys Cooper fourth trade, !c Edwards
;dw. A. Luis, local adminUtrstjve and Mrt. Lawrence: Pop ol:I Co. of Miami will super. Mrs. Jewel DeMllty\ Mrs Loreanj i.I lure Instructor, and Mill Wtlkln- lo be mad In Florida City in l4

I, J' officer. Clubs In II countries Homestead ls featured aa a'Young I vies landscaping and constructionof Moor, fifth trade, Mrs J. O I I i. ton first trade teacher Mr. John or 20 years, town officials point
Regulation! forbid the Homestead "' Woman of Taste" In the Wynn Eddie Adams, sixth trade:'I, ton baa taught vocational agriculture SERVICES TODAY
v throughout the world are unitedin 75 over-ilia parking spacts, at MI.mlldleon and In Sanford out In addition to the 'tax plash,
office of the Production Homestead High School: Ralley
I endeavor to promote International current issue of Glamour mags- the recreation and other the town' has recently! bought
an : area, before coming to Radiant *
I Marketing Administration to release Macy Prescott Wood seventh and
tin, now on the newt sttndi.
I the name of the grower understanding, good will Mitt Pope won $50 worth of merchandise modern facilities of the park kin eighth grades; Mill Anne Bellowa.)I|I Mica Wilkinson taught last year FOR REV. DEUEL $.500 fir truck and authorized

I f which are on fib in the Florida and peace. That was the messsg and a trip to New York Came says. II octal studies; Mrt Mary Cody at New Smyrna and attended the expenditure of 11,400 for

I PMA. office In Gainesville. of E. C, Bowen of West Palm; aa one of the nine runners-up in Each parking apace1 will have physical education; Mra Carl University of Mexico this turn HERE SINCE 1926The 'additional fire equipment and approxlmately ;
I Purchases wars made her by the magazine'. annual "Ten Girls Field speech; Mrs Aletha Calla-
I Beach governor of District 143, trailer 11,000 for a fire ahed.
plumbing! connections tot
1 Rolland O. Bell contracting officer I. of Rotary International' with Taste" survey In which her librarian; Mill Bertha Nil!I I
In addressing Of
for the Commodity Credit sanitation facilities, plant provide Hau'man, home economical; Jesse community will pay lit the |1UJ,8W,50 Us roll
15,000 women competed
Corporation, The purchased pour Homestead the yesterday Rotary A Club conference of'_' The magazine picture of Mill for modern wash, houses and bathhouses Pearl bandmaster. ; Miss Helen j I REGISTER SEPT. 6. last respects today to the Rev $"3.151 I I. for personal taxes.Exempllone ..

1 toes, all of which graded out as with local Rotary officers, Pope was taken la Glamour's New with all-tile baths',Working Pope art; M... Luclle Rutland,;) Ceo E. Deuel. retired paitor of art: 1321,301 home.stead .
widows' disability
VS.. No I'., were tent north' directors York studios English; Mra. Florence Rlvea, Redland and Florida' City community > . 18,100 ; 1750,
I and committee: chairmen : specifications hIbetn PUPILS ADVISED
i ward by rail and trucks far use followed, A graduate of Redland High mathematics; Mra. Ruth Scott\ I churches, who died Tuesday ; $500, vettrana.To
In the federal achool lunch pro School and Agnes Scott College, drawn up and bids are advertisedfor commercial subjects; Kermltl 1 In Jackson Memorial Hospital consider adjustments on the
gram, institution, etc In addition to the activities ofRoterya Miss Pope Is now, a member ot in this Issue of the Leader Wenkstern, manual training; Miss BY SCHOOL HEAD} at the age of II', Funeral aervlcei tax roll the council will( tit as aboard
f The local committee which 7,000 clubs In their own the college library staff. Enterprise, Marjorie Whitealde, science; Roy' will be conducted at I o'clock this of equalization at I p. m.
assisted In Ole purchase program communities to promote this objective -. Woods, agriculture; Mn Grace! afternoon In the Redland churchby on Sept IS, Sept. 21, Oct II and

Vat composed .of J. Abney Con Mr. Bowen explained Wolfenbarger English and Span1th .' The Importance of pupils' registering the Rev Martin R. Davis" peaty Oct.: 25, announce Town Clerk

.and Oca. JT-Cooper of Princeton, during the next three yean Ro Civic Groups Invited to Help Plan ;, and Paul Worley.. coach on Tuesday, Sept I, was who will be assisted by the Oeo. M Arbogtsk
A. f Arthur, Walter Peterson and tarp International wUI''pend, Florida City School: Mra. Kathryn 'limphaalsad yesterday by Principal Rev Robert Chapman, Jr. of
D. P.' Blake, J(* of Qouldi, and |750.000, principally to create Perpetual Care for Palm CemeteryAll Singleton third and fourth|I E. B. Blackburn of Home Ktaleah I former pastor, and the
County Agent Chat. ''H. Bteffanl. better understand) among the grades;; Mn. Elnora Thompson steed and Florida City and W, E Rev Alfred lledbert, pastor of ASSURE GROWERS\
Of the Self acres' al potatoes people| of different( nations.. One tint and second ,fld... I I| Rice of Redlend.High Silver Palm Methodist Church
Ranted I.I Dade County, the In. of the principal way* In which civic and fraternal groupsof ] B. Caves it expected to submit Redland schools: W E. Rare i school pupils who tall to Cremation will follow.
averaged let than this money wlU be spent will be the community are urged to be, an Inventory of all :unsold\ loU principal, Mill Mary Engel see- enroll en the specified I reglstra-I Mr Deuel and the former Miss OF ENOUGH LABOR

"c:1 a few "big"j grow. on Rotary foundation eUowshipewhich represented at a business meeting Unsuccessful attempts were relaryRedland. i,i, lion day will. not be permitted to Elms C Holcomb war married
en'. I plantfagTtlmost/ 'l.OOO Icre*. enable,ottUtaatftoa graduate of South Dade Cemetery made on June 20 arid again )kn Elementary School; I I begin claaaas on Sept. I, but will o. Oct t IMS, In tilt Ll Mont, g ,
]11 ,:Ixtrenwly: tot 'Duality. .end pht- ,student, to Mua:' > Mrosd for! tion to be held at I Aaaotla-I July )4 to bold the builnesa Hd Mrt. Eva ,, Fletcher, Mrt Flora'I[be barred' from achooV for three Vt., eng were, the first husband f>!FOfiWINTERCRO*'
j feonjmt\ JleJrtLfantfng from 100 one year*! amBMkuMiw ft good, day Bight In the Hon\ul : planning reason, t JnH t Walker. Mitt Eleanor WllklnWI (days gander a new county ruling. 'i andewih to 'be ore teq .twemawrIm '
> Wftt ffa ... fcasapiagreVers II n '. "t!> (PBmHTOenr' .J-towrtot.jrp UiaJ i '1IUjua;
an estimated rnura of n ftt qwm1p1, cart 'and ether improvementsat THOMAS I Mr Eleanor Alexander,""second I 11 I k-- YFOII

$4.500,000 for JMs aeason'i crop, have been awarded to students: Palm" Cemetery are on the aigendi I NAMEDRECIPIENT grade; Miss Mary Lou Carr, Mrs. through high achool will be rtf. tatgomery, Vt, and in Gary and labor"feeds'1 waa given 1'e4knd
The cost of growing, peaking and 17 counties, with grants totaling' of the meeting, according to Mrt. Sara Slocomb, third I grade; Mrs :|Istered from I:JO to noon at the Jher> points In Indiana for 20 DI.trkII"OWlr' by James O. a J

loading the potatoet was estimated more than 250000. C. T Harper, association vice- OF Margaret Otis, Mrs. Sue Smith, local achooU.' At Homeatead kin. year before coming to Florida In Gray of Washington USES farm

at about $300 an acre. "Devoted to arvin, Rotary I president fourth grid: Mrs. Lillian J. Polk,| dergarten, enrollment will be 1121. In 1121 he became pastor of labor placement efflclal at t
provides a comman ground for The membership will elect Mitt Marie Basher fifth : limited to SI on the beaus of first Florid City and Redland churches : planning meeting held Aug. II at
330,000 business and professions officer/ to succeed Chat. J. Caves, PARMAN TROPHY Mrs. Ruth Overttreet Mrs Elste1 I, come, tint served. For entrance and upon retirement and he Redland Farm Labor Camp. A
f LEAGUE TO PLAY executive throughout the world president W B. Ctves, secretarytreasurer Into kindergarten a child must and Mra. Deuel made their homeon resolution asking continuance of
regardless of nationalities or poll. and Mrs. Harper W. I be five years of age by Dec I, Redland rd. Mrs Deuel diedIn the farm labor program waa presented '
tical or religious beliefs," the The Clarence J. f armajn trophyfor JUNIOR RIFLE I I lte II. July of 1941 nine month after by the Dad County Agri

BALL SATURDAY Rotary district governor empha. sportsmanship was awarded To be eligible for tht first aha and Mr Deuel had marked culture and Labor Association: recently ..
1 I ..1I.d.H. GI INSURANCE to Herman Thomas of Homestead grade, t child must be six yearsof their fiftieth wedding anniversary. granted a us permit to

FOR said that there I lea striking Softball League at a dinner held RANGE PLANNED I age by Dee. I, I 949. Each pupil In recent year, Mr. Deuel operate the camp a third year,
HOSPITAL I parallel I .between the program oRotary REFUND FORMS Friday evening In the city ballpark must bring hit birth certificate served as president of the Red- Officials In attendant to help
and the United Nation Mr Thomas' name was engraved BY LIONS CLUBtslablllhm.nt which for those born In Dade land District Ministerial Association the farmer work out their labor
1 A benefit double-header ball charter: and that since the or. on the cup which la hit County, may be obtained from and ai supply pastorHe problems Included Willis Sloan

game for James Archer Smith/ ganlzatlon of the United Nation READY MONDAYV permanent possession The trophywas I the bureau of Vital atatlsllci In I leave a niece, Mrs, Ken. of Atlanta, R. W. Robnett of
1 Hospital Auxiliary will be played In 1043 Rotary club.: throughout given by the Homestead. of a Junior rifle the county courthouse Seth Wagner of Milton, V*. I Tallahassee and Jonathan Bits
architect for the first lad
tht world have been active in the time range here la a new project of the
Saturday at the city: ball park by of Miami, respectively regional
the development of an Informed public S. Parker manager of the season when Bruce Ennls was youth committee of the Redland '
All-Stars and the
Homestead state and local labor placement'
opinion on the objectives of Veterans Administration\ regional voted winner. District Lions Club the club wastold Yule Landscaping. Project Begun
78th st Bowling Alley team ; officers end O. LaMont Grew,
the United Nations in an endeavorto office In Miami announce that The banquet was attended by Tuesday night by M HCallatln I II
Pitchers will/
be Herman Thomas manager of the Florida Fruit and
and Freddy Fuchs. The first game make It an effective instrument I Monday Is D-Day for 100,000 veterans approximately 6S players who committee chairman At Kedland Fruit and Spice Parkployee Vegetable Grower Association.
In southeastern Florida who took part In the summer schedulereports .' to
win for free peoples everywhere.Mr The committee I I. working now
I start at I p. m.The Bliss l reported that In m our V V
Bowen district for will there In the G. I. Iniurance League President Gao. 8 acquire minimum two-acre site I
hospital auxiliary haa.dopl.d manager IPreparations conducted by the Mlml office,
SkalL for the Chrislmulandscaping was given em..nt'Jtre.lmant
I dividend to be distributed the and
t the Southern Bell Telephone and by accessible to both Homestead
aa Its first project the at James Archer Smith"OIpll.1 of 400 potential worker contacted
Telegraph Company In West palm Veterans Administration. A total r Redland schools. Long range for Redland Fruit and
furnishing and of Interest
equipping a I and released, only from 40 to M evidenced
p three-bed pediatrics! unit for the Beach, It a member of the Rotary of 12.100.000000 will be distributed GROVE OWNER\ plans call for school shooting competitions Spice Park got under 'way this Work at Homestead Bayfront in registering for farmwork.

hospital Club of West Palm Beach He la to 11,000,000 throughout the Callatln Laid. week when coconut palmi.were Park li wilting till the county Labor can mane hither
14.... Lena Link li chairman: In one of the 188 Rotary districtgovernors. country Mr: Oallatln reported on theclub' removed from the R.dl.nd'oOld ,obtalna the dragline for which wage in Industrial work than on
Starting Monday applicationforme annual Bill Bradley Memorial
charge of arrangement for theVfr BEATEN ROBBED he out
frontage and re-set at Homestead bids have been accepted Herman the farm, pointed
benefit. Uniformed nurses from I Wherever,Rotary Clubs located for the National Service Award which financed a
art Bayfront, Park Helnleln will be superintendent In Some sixty grower! win present
the hospital will be hand to their activities Life Insurance dividend will be two-week all-expense stay at '
on art similar Park at the meeting.
County Superintendent A of local construction 1 1I
' available at every post office.. VA NEGRO SOUGHTLeigh Eagle Camp In Plsgah National charge
take the collection. to those of the Rotary Club of I O. Barnes and Park Architect.
I Homestead because office and veterana' or.n lr.a&iona. Perk for Sam Sincere and Robert '
they based
are Wm I. have
Phillips prepared
on the same general objective Blanton, elderly grave I Bonham selected at the best all- plane for the permanent plantings, Sept. 1 Telephone Rate Increase ;
at the I
round boys last summer I
KEYS FISHING.. developing better understandingand owner was beaten and robbed of ,| for the Christmas project reports'
fellowship among business GROUP PLEDGES III In cash and approximately i Homestead. Announcement and Redland will playgrounds be I Mrs Herman Helnleln park To Be Reflected in Local ServiceTh ,

and professional men. promoting $5,000 In checks by t negro who [ I superintendent A space about. r
AWARDS SHOWN\ community-betterment undertsk attacked him In his grove on made soon of the committee'sselections I 200 feet by 10 feet will be pro
TO I from this yean play IIi cent Increase over the
mgt, raising the standards of Silver Palm dr. between Krome vided for the South Dada Garden recent rate Increase granted per
AT HORNE CO.I business and professions/ and fostering and Roberta roads at 11:SO a. m round( groups he said I Club seasonal decoration projectfor Southern Bell Telephone and telephone rata of 1IIZ, according \p,
Foc the past two years the club, to the telephone company. There
the advancement of food 'ON TRAILER BAN Wednesday which: Mr. and Mrt. Mont J.' Telegraph Company by the Florida -:
will understanding and peace hoe donated cash prizes for the "' ti a rate decrease throughout :
I Constable Pete Morgan tot playground pet chow and Baker art chairmen. Railroad and Public Utilities Florid. In 1135, and a substantial, I
among all the beoolet of the
and .
Trophies merchandise bloodhounds from the In removing the trees Tuesday
swards to be presented winners world. A fight to the iflnish anst) and tracked the countystockade negro craft display, Gallatln said\ h.ndl.1 AIM M. Perry of Miami receivedan Commission, to be put, into ,pffectSept. reduction In toll rate during the
I county toning board action'' to It \was announced that 1 will riles. 'local service part 18 year Expenses, lncludln|
the Key* Summer Fishing Each year this world-wide for three miles toward U. S, I electrical shock when the cable .
of Coral Cables will be salaries and coat of materials, (
fore Burgess
removal to
of trailer
Tournament are now on display service organization continues to highway, but the hounds lost the attached to a tree hit a high I charges at follows, according to
i* the window of W D. Horn grow[ In numbers and in strength recognized parking lots was scent then Morgan believes the guest speaker next Tuesday night tension wire. Perry, a county company officials: have more than doubled tct'OId.In' a

Cts Inc. II N. Krome av*. luring the lilt fiscal year forexample promised member of the three- robber mutt have got In a vehicle to company records.During r
The monthly charge for the In- the till first
month-old Dad year ending h rot
The tournament which: takes in 147 new Rotary clubs County where the dogs lost track of him.
the fishing grounds from _the were organised in 17 countries of Association by President Severely beaten about the head HERMAN BERGER Fred Mowrjr Wins dividual-line business telephoneIn August 173 additional tele "1'

Monroe County line southward to North. South and Central Ameri Walter & McVlcker of Princeton I Blanton was taken to James Top Scout .AwardThe Homestead will be Increased phones were Installed In the

Bahia Honda bridge, will dose on ca.: Europe, Asia, Africa and theIslanda at a meeting Aug U In South Archer Smith Hospital where h.WII TAKEN{ BY DEATHHerman by 40 cent to raise the present Homestead area, and to the next 1,
Labor Day Sept 8., |, of the Pacific. Miami I community houa kept overnight for observa highest award" In scouting to few month the company expect
"If w* art forced to, we will the Eagle Scout badge, was award rate of $110 $150. to service the majority of application ;
Uon. When
try to wipe out the toning board," no fracture or concussion Lafayette Berger of I ed to Fred Mowry. Jr. son of Mr Increase of U cent each will now pending. The peal

Leader-Enterprise Asks Subscribers McVicker said, "and If need be. was yesterday found morning he was discharged Jersey City, died Monday moaning and Mrs Fred Mowry of Home" be mad on one;'two and four year' Installations Increased by ,t

I' w* will call on the Civil Liberties\ In James Archer: Smith Hospital stead al the Navajo Nation court party residence lines. A five-cent more thin IS per cent the number
The checks taken from Blanton
To Send Notice of Address Change <**gu* for help". : : after a four-week illness. of review held Aug. II In Silver of telephones available with ;
Included government payment Increase will be placed on rural .
out toll charge: to Homestead resi. :
Although the apnlzatiog'aprimary II Funeral services were held Thursday Palm Methodist Church. Chairman
from pecking houses through residence\ service
objective II I to defect the In Jersey City and burial was Clarence Gray presented the I dents
The Leider-Enterprla: requests Important, also that notice to county ruling barring trailers which Blanton sells hit fruit. In Yonkers N. Y Turner Funeral badge to ton Mowry who pinned Under the new system of residential Growth of the telephone service .

each subscriber who changes his the pu&/'ilher be made at the time l I from the owner' property, the. ODD FELLOWS HILL ELECTA Home had charge of arrange It on her ton. charges, rates for individual her is reflected.In. flgurel
address to notify the paper at of the ctange of address association will light for the civil 1 special election and Initiation ments. ,, Other awards made Included lines will be Increased which snow Ml telephone In the
once. Th pod office no longer "Under the new plan when I right of any citizen.: McVicktr meeting will be held at I o'clock Mr. Berger's son and the Life Scout badge to Billy from JUS to. $3.80; twopartylines are In mid-1140, and 1,403 in
notifies publishers of changes: of the publisher of a weekly newt- I told the Leader yesterday. Tuesday night by Homestead In-kw, Dr and Mr. M. d.uahter-I Snow den, the Star award to Richard from $2 IS to $3; four-party September *f 1141.
11 lines from $133 to $1.50 and
address paper falls to make the necessary : McVicker counseled the trailerItes O O. F. lodge. accompanied the body Paddock and merit badges :
"In discontinuing the work correction of address after two to defy toning board orden Other aurvlvor Ire:.a daughter, to Franklin Mowry, Billy Snow rural line, from $120 to $2.23. Movie! Company to Shoot

heretofore performed by the post Issue have been delivered or to remove their trailers to parking THE WEATHER Mrt Ctrl BerquUt of Miami, two den and Daniel Burry, The scouts I Official point out that the Sept Film at Homestead Base '
office the pod office department forwarded the publication wUl loll,, and promised the asso OHMllI. e.s..r s .. brothers. Wm. Berger of Covf! art all member of Princeton' 1 Increase, which amounts to all '
bat provided apecUl blue card not be delivered but returned to ciation': legal support to person I sew ....... ranee ngton, ICy, J Chat. Berger of Troop M heeded by SroutmaeMr; per cent It not divided equally i Shootini of a religious/ movie

to be used subscribers to notify the publisher at his expense arrested for such defiance. tot. Base. ....1) .... |pas IAII Angeles; two sisters, Mra. Norman Benson, who was given among aU classes of service. Rates win be begun soon at Homestead
the publlihen of their change of Since the new method of Th organization plan to queer. Aug. II .., 12 IT 29.ItAug Frank Keshan and Mill Albertine recognition for hit work with the. for aoroe classes will !increase ala Army AIT Field by Ball Film of
address," Acting Postmaster A. V. handling publications provides tIon the constitutionality of son- II IT 71 2911 .11 Berger of Covlngtoh; and two boy*. par cent. some four pet cent some Miami which hat leased 'a hangar
Phillips said yesterday '1a pierpaling for the Immediate delivery for big board administration of the Aug 20. It Tl 2885 M grandchildren. A first{ el.' *. stout award was two per cent, and torn not alan there. The company also produces' ; ,
theM card It la important wrding.'it .eential that sub, state trailer law at _0.he Ace. 21 .IJ" 2111 I IAu A native of Covlngton., Mr. mad to Derrell Leonhardt of movie ahorta and commercials.It .
that the instruction printed acrlbert cooperate by promptly board's regulation both of which ,. 22 12 M JB.M ..05Aug Berger was a retired druggist He Homestead Troop .IS ?, )'tI. SrpL.1 Increase plus jbeitmpor.r Is understood that a art o<
thereon be reed. and aO the required I notifying the publisher of the' limit house trailers to coenmer1 22 12 II I.... I spent much of his time In Homestead The fait court of'reriewiw"\> Increase of J... land 21 will coma her for the Sliming
information furnished. It change: of addiesa." del trailer camps McVicker sold.; Aug 21 ...2.11 21M and owned property her. be held Oct 10 In Perrtne. .. the IncreaSe of lilt t amount toe o( fie ylctur .

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Pap Two : nOMJl:8'IE."D: LEADER.ENTERPRISE 'PrWa", August 26, 1949
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Nursery School to Be Opened S t 7 Short IHnm Fatal I, d.Interment t In Film Cemetery .... Myrtle $.... and MleaSlarUe i Naranja.MrjjMiMtn take place. in Palm Cemetery. e4t ft ft>A Frank M. WJjjare Ida. Mi Oriee of Vera eact 'I
I p ltWlfrnJaMr Utt Mapler Of t d andIfrlea MorrH of rteataaiII
10, t
By Homestead Presbjtdrifeii Ch1aM I ,eit. Jgar'aerM l I NtW rink haft ftwn _Mra. 'flier*. 1Ionws1etd'I..I If' In Mjfml:I at tie restHmr a thA. roof rendchildren; and II gi reatTDURS. .
.1 '" Mi* Bertha Ruford of iauflMer. Mft.Eih i ra
Na'r4etdb KfbW. lihlt a Weyae, W. tta., OM' Mri OeraSmith I :
dldd ftley fc I and) iie k Mlafler ..i.iI f' witH sl> hall Ka -
M James
The Preebyterlan NuraerySchool school .child ocordtafl to Ura. Ih t Archer Smith Hocpital after a ti,/ ave. If tt 11, W VaSei home a pan ;
will begin IU second c. M.rrlam.laid\ of the school i I 'I' A raahttnt .A
yr ot. Dade for
five-day Illneee. funeral arvlca $urviv'o ra'Aleludet! M4 wife,1 County
.. Swing and little slide have |I 'rices lcre attl
Reps in the Homettaed Preebytcrlan a will be conducted at' J fccMeft Mrs fim He itt: thru MM. | Martin 1< yeri. Mrs- Martin lived
Church, education build. beta added to DM uUlde play for Mrs. Sarah here elrooet debt. at the
'- . IWJ afUHtoim In the first Baptist Ivan and Okie Napier of Home- years pnEng
in* BcMlonl for children three ground The school home have I I 'I' home ot
Church of Homeetead. TurnerFueeial lead. end tnclan. Napier of west a ton and da\uter-In-
and four years of ace will be held a vlctrola and a piano for musk Home will haul charge Film' Beach; and five funeral. services for Mn s..hElI.n law Mr and )In. John T. Martin,
f (ram |;IO to,JI:jo five ")'. I Interpretation.\ d'Ulhtert.1 Martin of Miami, former and moved to Miami Ilx yean aosaejitf .
I week Trtua Hation UU be erran& "A* t thttiTWpornor) J.chool.l' retldant of Hotneitead,, will be . membifiot flrat 9ap-
|fVrd.Deftlopmanl I acUviUee ..pllnelu4e Blble' torln .rNId..... at I orlotk Sunday tiilWitfcli or Hoi .
oil rhythm band and aoniV.but .0 drnomlniUonal; : afternoon In First Baptist Church In Addition totnrnfcBned '
I. tanjiM &Ihli year for the leaching,'' Mr* Wtrfllm I, ..,., p; : Ii of Homestead' by the Rev C N. M..... M n 10
oho: J write It completely equlpped "Th etnph a.1I I In. til ttUvltlea PreSclioolOpeningSpecials 1 Walker ot Lakeland, a former 1111 aoh., Melvin In Ro N,. ; SEPT. 1 1In I
ntilde and out for the pre-. will happily b* toftlher.a* wwklni" and pUylnej pallor of the church Burial will Of Tebah._, Jarnls C.lJ iU- .; c

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Bible. &::11001) to HoldCommencement Information on the school mybe . .
obtained' b> UUpbonlnl Mitt. , ,
Today Mtrrum" at, No IIW. bf>> the . 'J Our New Location :
will I''thuiib offlc it .. .
Coftrniftttonent t exercliet waT'gbe

be thin held|/A DJble Uili rtipfobert morning school tt of the for riortde daily the more City vacation SoroptfmlsJ Club Ehdi} ,1EikhtWeek .1 I t11 Flsrids ) Clrt Rai I Ii I $80 i t W.; Second Stre B l :He.

Community Church. Certifiretet VkcaUdri II
will b* presented l to ell pupil I who 1 I I.t..4 'Bindermprlnted I (Opp.*,IU brick Frerta Plant)
riomiJ Note Gel
have attended fttf per tent of the the tort. tlnll.t dub o) add tic) ,
which hat "liken WIIIIII Ira . J
Ifloh. announce Mr* Mirtlit a VHaUoni f' ,
It. Davis,vdeeiw i I ot eight wkcki, will brume" it*\ with School Name t lieu 1 ,
After the commencement exer luncheon meeting on Monday. M'//tic BUrk W
,f\tft\ a picnic lunch will be en- : The club meets at the Farm' .plus! 25c pkg. of Notebook Paper : .
JO'N. tlotw, 11.75 value I

tor.$1.25 .' PURINA hdWS
I Both *! 0t a
H.E. Arnaiid
Enjoy Certified Seed
2 Ring Notebook Binder ,dlA
Manufacturing\ JewrteiWatthtalkef\ f/tt/ privacy/ ,, In/crnatlohai/ Fertilizers,
Sane Belting. U'f 'ullca&t! a>| elves plea, ofJrwtlry. "15c Crates Hampers
Fralen. | emblrnu. and twiU made of' ydar own '. Farm Equipment

I. order Ail. ,,'.rll don ea ,rtllll..*

30 S. Krome A\.t. Phone 823 l 5c Lead Pencils Roomette Walsh tani wee for aanewicemenl *f
r 3- 'r.r IOClOc'School ,
New stainless steel oll-room type deeping cars,
TOMATO ANDPOTATO ) affording roomettes and double bedrooms, now

Tablet operate CHAMPION daily and on the MIAMIAN.Florida East.Coast Railway's Glade & Grove Supply/ Co.

FIELD CRATES Wide ruled A roomette pictured above, has its own toilet
w- , iacilitles, wash basin, mirror luggage,rack, Individual -
Homestead Urkhch Phone
temperature control and other conveniences. ,
( dill ; 6c I Restful pre-made bed pulls down from the wall and
tt f"I, I is.ready (lot use. 'EI'ERrTllI.YG THE ARM & fOVFitspatrick's
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IIU Oltltli (AVIMIIII Have' You Plenty oft The double,bedrooms, designed (for'two persons
I; ro tbdt have roomy upper end lower bed enclosed toilet
Sterno 'wash basin, clothes locker, and other advanced
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ram? af v. ildery PBNsf features. providing new privacy and comfort\
_ N.rMal It daMlMerl ,
I' > Fine
W... Stcrno I Stoves ? For Information reservations Telephone'Miami[ '-Otdt ,

I Candles Custom null! of Mahogany And Other Woods
itrovei) FLORIDA Cabinet Work Chair Cuing ItftnUhlnrCar.
I Roll fiat Stripping will fiil, hog or tprUj, .,.: ? Flashlights ) iP EAST COAST RAILWAY "'rn Dr. A Redlind 14. Fhone 594-j
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VjMflMKdMMK4snsV .. H I>W STTWCHEVROLET Best Dials I ,'Ever at 'our big Buy-Now i Birthday a Patty '

'I. Our ,,Celebration of Hudson's' 40th Anniversary Year
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(NO WONDER WE'RE IN A TKAD1NO MOOD-lSe New HudldriIs 1Ma.. UtoilllWNow '

{ 1 tiding riJnd: ,fie/ tpe\ bldrlfyl OrTlcRif figures ptoV hi Hudson I IIola .

:Iou'ro! lofteut.nNmoetiltdertsutour. MAvtltr.. tAl M Mar nNsnaenoli weattin-sin kVetAMk eaAI" .....serve paeoramt wtee.Ntre ylNaelrf are up ji% ovlr'lad yedr at'.this time. And how people are switching t lo Hudson! t

/r onHtieel t4 than I iiIAT Already' More than 167,000 hew traded ('Ii olhef1 makes bf' t tori,

AVALtM ...KONoaHCU M .wotir* Bt a.tsii ..ette WM-SAU wmsilVMVS PeiN.. aeethtebaly I
t. ......OftUn-MA_... -........ SMOM Puss lOW.CSSSMS 1NSS ImiNO AM IMIMfIn from ,he towtst io the' highest. priced, lo own a Now Hudson .

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J . '. Party .we invite 'car, yet there's full road clearance
l i' you to discover firsthand, with,a 'The longest ttfdea, the best deal t
Revelation Elide, that the acnaaUorial -
i easier than for
ever mekall{ ever ;
New Hudson Is America's!
Ir \ you to.own 4 gorgetiuii New Itudaon -
MOST Car. l-MoT Beauliful.2MOST ,
rtet t +/UUtlhlt
-the cutbat'.soadvanced in
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Wt bF alt Y: I r.,, Roaworihy.Roomy. 4-MOST 3-MOST All-round design If*a'prttectot Itoetttntilt tot SO
your motorcar dIII'.nonriancel --! ,
1 It's Arbwica'S moat
>road worthy ear, for ekampte, be-> Come In-now, "hill the {patt,', 4
elude,with exclusive"atep-down" in full ,.tnc-an4 get out lih- I
: deaijn, the New liudeoa hM UM dollar offer oa your car tint CM aw*mf "'sawwaM ,1 t

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Friday. August 28, 1849 OMBSTEAP'1-f1ADER-ENTSRrRJlE.
.*'. L. '* .iL.1'. ,.._....L I ... .,.L .fife Three\

W0 1EN'S \WEAR htwrd.y, I Acreage and Hone Sold on Monday grim at me*.wr 'ReV.. R. 11'tHird N"'niu'-' ..... "(JIll ter) dpt ""' ..... "' ''*
On Friday and Betwefcy tflie .. erMa4. two you. ... .In ssjwwe. member art iMrifel. to tie.dlanr .
will be on head to MMM te. To New ItMideaU I Hen FISIIM NEWS\ NbjhM-..AtalaT\lllllu.they To Preach II,, p fir ffVjj meting to be. l field! In

STORE OPENINGAS .mints........for. patrons who delis tttta I Mr and Mrs Chat Udbettor tourneyed to WUele Harbor and ml 5ev R. W. Mermen 11wUl ... I"EaMderan" P".ikw.ij' restaurant
f ,.Amt'as PKtTCytdea using chub for bitlftt' II Relief nay
fill Miami have boutot a,WiVM renduei the marshal mad
Proprietor* s ire enanper of the aapw. raUber e.
MeLENDON'SlcUndan Mr end Mr*m. on Burr M. off Halls. 1dr than of In'* day before. Alto lo evening. ervleee Sunday la Pint 8ta'toll,. S.F H.Jtpuollorse ......
ttrmtfif g hive'through Walter C Busts. loral! the cttcb WM a Jack weighini fire Methodist Ctwreb gt IftmeiUMl. disaster( relief.. day
) women'i ready-to. been rwldenta for real I Mr. LedbetUr, fee T emUf POUCH). In UM t).... of In* Rev. J. C. I Brooks Inc !
wH) be held here ody under the
Me) McUndon ha I' (Add 20 Minutes for lIollwttl4)) .... pastor, .ho on three. I
wear \store open the rMrntof .t I ,opera 'who to In the lneurnce buttneu, Mr. awl Mrs, Herbert Turner M a aunplcei of the WomoW. Club of ,
I 3. Krom ave IThli I' wHI I continue" tooperate .M carlfyln' part of the property |Uh law and Mr and N... R K NMMT week "MoII_ Horoeateed, aiwfutioei Mn. K, U .
betweenJ'arrWe .
|Ia the fire} Xwne . a "MQlng] atore M a tile for Mi home, fishing' In Whitewater Bay recorded town Oub naembenWilt
V4 Md the' florid. Key. Au|. IL''II. 04 '.Ift. 4l7a v1128pm. preaMriO. e .
afore In the "brand' new Uvlng. Ateiutinf +fn the operation U then The Byron C. HufWuiler real I .:04p.m. i nice: retch oanaUUnc of Shoran Michele (,auzens cenvan dowot'\\n trysts to
top building to formilly announce . doD.* on Silver tide dr hai been Aug.21.11920nt. 6M. 44 emptier, two Job eight red Jtcjt rah dMMUona for the vie
uteri will be Mr* J Lee m. 1
|114 opening Orrh -tlllLed waits Smllh of Homeilead Md by Mr fonts to Mr. and Mrs. Il.l7a.m 481pm. NIb, I jewfith, a alMtetiiihead mud Christened} Here Sunday ttmj tit the recent: earthquake In Oldest! CompletelyKqulppcJ
at4 other Etwler cJ Chkaio aenlalcw a aiiouk AH were caught\ on Uverivlmp ltNattw. .
tastefully done decoration Marshal Aul 8011'110| ... 819. aura I Sheen Mtchele bauren, hi"j !
make a charming letting 'IUYNE9 OUT COl'BT JOB and daughter ol Mr. and .II:H pot 141 pjn.Am 'aroulct dauthtrr of Mr aact Mrt] Grove "i J
fog the MM. Rwaon 0 fate of Silver'aim Om anal/ Iletland ,rod \'i weir nationally displayed idvertiaed by the Soy Heynei !has submitted his dr, Mr and Mr*. )Humiu J0_ |:Htm. MUmIMpm. : Fred 10)11I11.|. Meat to their\ old R VT Wurenj <4 Opa-Locks wail KtwanU Club to Hear Caretakers jl
etoreped. resignation, effective! Sept I, u |er and daughter Mill MajiulM )' lllpm.AujJUIUam. Illibull hell In Lang Sound and rhrUtened Sunday morning |ii K StJuhna P'oai. U'rlth Speaker I i
( roebudi will be presented clerk 01 at Ihe the Fourth peace: Dislrkt('OurMr.: Jul.tlqe [ have moved to S. W, 19th 1:5t:: pmt 911 I HimSepL p.m. let wring taught plugs,20 live trout shrimp and and threenyipper mul Randolph Episcopal F Church, Blarkford by IbeRev of 'Htm "Tht J dt'auae I 1.1"-. 'fI5Ul .1 .t
to the flrit., SO women to enter Ha/nee, who has served three and d. In 1_. 1:20: am. I 24in. AU caught abowlduKk TaUedexv Ala., who was vaca be u 0 Illuatrate a nlk ,
.th. ktore, and other favors "1U one-hpU yean, say J)>e press of 4:04 (MO. .10 14 p.m.iirpL . were lloniiig) MOn Dr. Blirkford whll.1 I the wey to better human iv1al I I
10 t* thole who com later Door. private business l Miami.Gil.Silt. I. 4:30: p.m. ioajan108pm. . lector of eN. Johns had performed {l iahlia| to be (glen tonight 'n'' i r. a BOX MIIOMFSTEAD J
plus| wits$ be awarded at I p. M 1 ffpeuop..' .n.lta'hl'l : |'ISlp.m.: | r-lr. and Mrs Wajrne Shern.*, the marriage ceremony of Shah I the Florida City: Klwanli Club l>tFrederick FLA.
I 'Dial-1IIIIUe newlyweds fished In"Smuth Pa a ani M. Kraut, national director 'I rnene .
The beat catch of the week waron out of Saunders Camp Saturday- parents.Sponsors of the .veteran affelr Tl K I
Sunday when In two hour P. and brought bmk; a trouper and wen Mr. and Mn J. drpartrtent of the anll-AUma/
Genuine < P. Sweet Brady Sweat t, H f I Very nice catch et snapper t>|ie U. "lluldoa) M Op-U>ia m
I, i 1' 1' KARKOTEUNDERBODT : Sweat and Hoke Andrews fishing weighing 12 pounds I Carrie B Cauieni of l'I| ,
iMYi, ; l \ aboard. Capt Ike SwtUia boat. Sherttn's frandmothor, I.e'd'l
Buick-Pontiac Say When, In Whitewater Bay Mrs Carl Schumacher DAVIS OF BALTIMORE, ,
caught |4S ,trout, three jewfieh. Glee Pupils Ct<< .
I ) Has Gaddis Management\ "
Parts and TS anapper. P. P. Sweat aald Now, Says State Hoard
t ... .' FROTECTION the fish were biting ao fast thatat MM. Florence Sihumailter has'
"' one time they had to lay down taken over management of Gad Jarknnvllle, Aug 25-A phyal. AUTO-TRUCK
their pods ao they could reet dil', soda shop and Snack-bar at cal| /,) be a "muri" :
: '; Service AD Makes ; Stops Underbody harry Mel f enter j fishing In I 111 N, Krome eve, which U noted when prefsring" children far the ea
: coming school the stale
.. ;. Barne Sound undoubtedly (or Ita popularity aa a teen-age year ee
Rust Rattle and Rot board. of Mid
, come up with the largest catch fendozvoue. I health AND
CM' Cars ... of the week and surely It will be Coming here with ner' parent,, Noe Ik'th. '11M. for children e
leader la the fishing tournament. Mr and Mri Frank Reed In 1924, to make a trip to their physicians
Expert, Applied under .boot, tenders, He wet trolling and using a strip Mrs. Schumacher: attended fled and dentists eo that, any trouble
JTIuor and chiaali Keeps newctn of mullet for bait. The catch, a land Farm Life School. Her hue with eyes, ears, none, throat
factory-trained new and oU. can young. 43-pound barracuda, was mad. band, Carl Sihmacher, local Inaunnce teeth *tc, can be (corrected before :
Mechanics Order Ktrkote Job Tuesday afUrnoun. i I ulenman, has been a "'II.I school opendIt TRACTORJ i
I your Those Smith boys ire at It dent of the Redland District alnre la particularly Important for I
\. now again. Wade Smith and Everett I 1812 They hive two teen-age children entering school for the :
Smith fishing at Whale harbor duughlen, Dixie toe and Canna.' /irit time to have their Immunl- e
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Paint and
Body 4

Work" . Texaco One-Stop (
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UpholsteryFurniture Station New 1949 Chevrolet Trucks :

" and IceBox ,
h i'- K. H. DONE ft BON
4 RcfinishingPorcclainizing( .1 '
Krone Are.

; / Immediate Delivery.;. :

r 1 '/-'ron Stake-650x15x6' Tires; 4-speed ;I r'I N

New Buick Special ReliableRadio transmission'" 1 47 f&TRAcTQR1 ;'

1 21'' Ton Cab & Chassis-700x18 8 Duals i

Now on Display '

Repairs 1 12, -Ton. Cab f & Chassis-825x20xlO, Duty l .. : ,L - M

t ..,. .' T. I I Otxoble, high'gloss' synthetic namel7TT.qvofI/l / f ;

Preston B. Bird..otOf" Ct '" l > ..Cab> & Chassis-825x20x0 J ,} ii4a9;i. ...< } f1nt en wood a melat I Ute If to pros d r w" :

I t ,- .J (! ,. ; ).; 1$-,;,mocked of experience br .' -... u.ti 4., .Bpeedrenraxle. <. "''44. ... .* -> .,-j. Ii o anadw,'bn i Jo .4e ; N"'ttW'= :))1-1.t t. II

.B. Kreme at (tk It rhone 414More years I mail, or for 100 )ther outdoor, 1
2 '%-Ton -600x16 Tir '
, Yoir RCA Victor :. PI.cku S't' 'Job.. You con brush'lt,.._..dcp rices J !

; I Radio and Television 1Ton Pickun-650xl5x8() Tires I,..1.9J \!i'Y' i7 1Brooker ,;

and Better t t Dealer ; I,? J.': 11-Ton' Stake-70flxl&x8 Duals \' ,. .Lumber Co. ,| r.

:, Phone.62 and 813: Homestead t
Dodd Radio & i-
I Telephone Service for let N. Kretne Appliance rbene Ill P. S. Have j'bu' .had your Oldsmobile demonstration .

I Immediate Delivery
Florida J i './. I""

Bird Chevrolet Co.Phone :t, i

98 CHEVROLET and OI.l>SMOUII.E N. Krome Ave. 1 1I

lUMIHAtl. .... .S. 1I i 1i i I

the |paint that' ,

joet Umlnoll more' point for your goat roam ar'gakk :Your, best: buy in f ;

end ay"dried

1 I'40 elesaa, Cttli bread because it's '

decorating ftme.hoer ) '

lift" true poitel colon '

that do more for your 12IJIOURSFRESHER*

,, fumbhinga. Very.e
FiMILUR SIGHTS I* the till**, towns .B j Gives the reaulti -

rural MctioM of Florid an telephone folka r'4 on procMcolly iR

(I }.lIJif new lacihtle to wale your telephone'lectio "-' types of awfexeg. t

ti j t UgerM .l better. $3.80Per I,

, 1 New Jmiliilnp beJnf erected . new central Y i 1
*J>ee facUitiM being UutalVd . y morel ol let,, (n

;\ I more ealle oiaf Uto nae. .. mart un4 niece.p//ft t t:

t tonal (I laKej to Improve and enlarge the telephone , '

network ao vitally) important to the growth ..1I .. : Ldman Auto-Lok
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\ \' ? pr .p. ,'of td. data. d> I "* I'f'f _ : .f ., ,

Our poelww program of construction of newt "
\ acU1t I..tM..Jeet..tLe. h.tory'of th.stud Awning Window i

,j \1 t .lt .abuodanI sewt."provadingdep II .
1. aoea(for m6r and oort people,(lmproTln' rI Exclusively by13&Q ,( ," ," .. 't/hr. '" J.." !

'aerrlco for afl toleptuMe ...,.. gallon a ; aluminum J '
> per .: : '.;Aj 1' ': .awning window: com ,;

i j",- t n.'.Wa.J for telephone service lame been W.D. Bone Ci.Jnc.rraak .; ..pleteiy "'lW'ther..tripped for your hurricane ;

' : word, 1 time greater than before the war.So ,.., U Still. OWMT1MI y' :' . protection. Vents : automatically(

'I ,: ate OMUtntttoM Ito jaw l 0 meet(,.., JernW? N..amteed, Via. .
4.d .n this pp"diaa IdlriIJ 11 loeuaed\. a t. .a ,. lock without attain on operator.
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gi gle goal>> -4e> gIve tfce poj4e ol florid tie) } tnlpectlon. ':
It le piovldsv .- .. ,. e 1\ .IQ\'Jte'>:our.J ,
terriee potulle to J .
ejnrq teleplioM I CUIV. TIl'CK New fMalife'poWe' / by having the et>iry- '0 'fl 0.' ;'. I '{ v ;.

;/.B 6e.1.T11 pal. eels. Mss etaxe eat 'fu/l/'aufamof/c!/ b lc.ryJ'1, fiW. Soufft. C. BASS, & SONS
aide Wag. r 'f.- y ,! gaud Mrea IM lla4 treat(90slhe W. t
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rear. The track M "rah ,r
; a.d as .-. .. . I > : Phon 743-M-4 Homestead.

,i 't Mn l lt' BUM NIL TUIMOHI AM TIUtlAni COaVANt BIU CBCTKOUCTCO.rh..en YdYRt!!<< -N-.."MI!-T.WH-RAKERS...: p.IR-aejYAR; '. . Eicluslve bLitributora S outii) i of-Mlaaf-' i

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t. rag. Four HOMESTEAD' LEADER-ENTERPRISE ''Friday, August 26, 19W.-
The IanamnilhIIItrnxxIuI: J Thing Oo." We mad many, rlaeay. told of U. S. animate of tie baa received. big Wabaloa and Jaon j i, Orea. Monkey: lfe awful My to irtajm tuba I OTW bride04
LeaderEnterpriseMAUOfttl Den 1 Cub Pack 69 thing that to aUlta, waterwheels foraat; Richard Morrlaaay. of the hla way to be a Boy $eoutGeed vile k. t get to beep before o
a complete train, village,! Jtioar and armadillo; Harry Jan- I aaoMtac,.Kart.Ifa tleaTUreaae Monkey: Neither
,..... M tieA.P. / 20 Years Ao1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJWlKUlftfftRBII alrplanea. boats and gaily palMed net, iliptmt; Buddy ..., drM- .atttaf to be a haMt-wa (jirr.Puta In the Clariu;: mornbic."Doaa aha. to out lila upland/ waju Jar me,, t
wheel-barrewt for .
our mothers to oni; Jackie Weal. banmniiRichla ; ware train awarded the I
........ ..... DM I certainly. .has not. been use on the terrace for mifailne Vlhlen, buaklaa of Alaska; OH pack '
,,-. rr/M; Mutrw o* a vacation this eunmar W. or whatever they ehooee.: and Jimmy Simpson our new V..1y. bad 1 lot of fun In work and play' We missed Hairy Jenner this member, hamitara.At . I Awards- -far- the part;: shutsmonths 'J
Our attendant WM Mar perfect.Tha July lilt mother wu la the boiplUI art aa foltowi EdwardMerrieaejr 1-1 L 0 U/S I E-s'-I
our pack meeting we had 4 Wolf arrow, 4 Boar ,/
June theme wu "Outing"W for and Is doing
,...tie......A.CNRI.4 alit. from"A. U a, Prltcbard three-month. his visit returned In enjoyed having our partnti will now surgery very a u pet follows skew: The prices liven are 4 arrows silver, Lion arrows badge; Richard, 1 gold Morrissey and-

....LIAPfl., Miter. AMCtlla Joneiboro, III" An take outdoor part In contests and garnet Again we proudly My we have Dogs: lit Edward and Richard 4 Wolf silver arrows, Bear
MARY r .... wntNscm "Mr. arid Mr*. C B Walters supper was served earned the pick flsg. Morrisaey, Boxer Den' I; :2nd, Pat, badge, 1 gold and I silver ar /u
JJKJ"aoimirnoN.. ....., were hottt to M of their friends Pack II received Its pack flag ; ;' Den 2, trd Ronald Cagllardl, rowe; Harry Jenner, I Wolf silver
for cards and danelftl..ff and Den | U vary happy and The August theme It "Animals pat dana Den L arrow, Buddy Baal, 4 Wolf silver Glass nWood
I tuna proud to be the lint to receiveL ami Pets" Each Cub Scout made Cutest Jenner, strews Jackie .
Mr. and Mr* R. Z. Edwardsand puppy: Harry ; Wood 4 Wolf all.vel'
ll pen C" a, I IM, II Mi | IIM +. Our new member Victor John Interesting 21111o-Incb< picture of I
.. Mr. and Mr. Harry Cooper Den I.ClII arrow, Richla Vlhlen, I Wolf
,. .taM. ",/'0.*t| C I.rr tri MMO I ;., II.Lest, entertained the member of theBaptist aon., has started hit long ''animate around the world In : lit, Den 4, 3rd Den I. sliver arrows; Victor Johnson, q rl'/'i' Ira
a CM*, UN/I rt. MM.Un choir at a Jolly little pert to the Far !aIL YO""j chalk, crayon and eut-ouU. Each Monkey: Den tCalf Bob Cat Wolf badge, I gold arrow -
home'..* also told I story of the animals : RicHe Vlhlen, Den t ; Jimmy Simpson, Bob Cat, Aluminum
the Edwardf
...... .... ..... The July theme pan.. and their hablta. Edward Mor. .
v. -' -- Love birds Buddy Baaa, Den I Wolf badge, t gold arrow, I silver
I.. l/II ., ... MM sill' _. "Mr. A. D. Smith and baby re- --- .
HMMl.7.rtarM*. Mr llw wt W turned . Iron Bwaynesboro ,Turtle: Den S \ arrows, Bear badge.
M.r.A L $7S. Ga, where they bad been visitIng Hamsters: Jimmy Simpson, ,, Our guests were Daniel Bird '
relatives." Dent Dudley El very and Karl Smiley New Building: Construction
"Mr. and Mrs t L. Lawrence GADDIS'Now Gold fish: Buddy Bata, Den I. The new age group become atfroUVe Repairs And Additions Under F.H.A.
Anticipation and ton, Edwin and Wayne, returned We were Inspired/ by the talk Sept. I. Ventilated Awning Shutters ;
By Mule Mifkew "..,.lrIck . from 1 even-week that Mr. Benson scoutmaster of Our theme for September ,will
vacation In Georgia." Troop 611, gave ui on "How, to be be 'Round-up Time. Wa are
The chief charm of a dissonance "MlM Fannie Morgan of Pano- a good Boy Scout" Our eon- rounding up all\ the eight-year-
LIft In the anticipation bee former Homertead resident, Under Management of iratulatlona to Karl Smiley who olds In our vicinity
Of the chord to which It resolves and Scottla Smith of BrookiviUa
N. Contractor
And Is Its Justification.In were married Au,. I In Pahokea Mrs. Florence SchumacherInvites George McHugh,

"Mr. Mr P. 1. Franklin
and *
life '
It "U not poaseulon Residential Commercial
But the struggle to attain and IOn, Theodora, are pending BISCATNB DUB: TEL HOMESTEAD 7N-eWe
vacation In HenderaonvUla and you
That makes u* happy. Accomplishment ,,a Hot Spring..* to drop in for ice cream, Construction and Additions

Put Interest on the wane Mrs J U. Free and ion, Wll- soda or a snack at I
but hive returned from a visit
Iii Tlfton Ga.,." Free estimates. Licensed and Intartd.
game and fresh water
fish commission biologist say : "Mn Henry Carter "li expected Can Replace Zippers. a
. the 311 N. 'Krome Ave.
Florida', forest can support home after attending '
150,000 wild turkey and 400,000 ,summer session of the Wisconsin Bruce Batchelor ,Make\ Alterations
deer. They My, also, that the State Normal at Oshkosh, WIs""Ma ,Clean Feather Pillows
14(0000 acres of turkey range and Mr. W. Y. Bush and' f
and UIIOOO acre of deer rangeIn 1 baby left for Edwin Ala., to 166 N, W, 18th St. Ph.216-W Refinish Leather Jackets,
Florida seriously need ,restocking spend a month In. ,their home


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doubt that It Ie I Ma ideal/,/uel/.for rural or suburban hones Calls: Phone Burton Attaway, No. 626-W
; Phone 48-2316. 2139 N. W. 7th St., Miami
i ," .PAUL 0, CARNELIVB: .., N. L Y.....MAMDENHUfta-.... B. r. onions JB, P,..a....,,.... pow .... | vanlent,low coat cooling' service. Used with a modern ROPER
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Mail Orders Accepted. Beck Fit an Redland 1..SouU. W Mewry thins ,,. Phone 3.3615
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and ..... This track la taexoetlMt .J..'
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, y ay August 26, 194 1I0MB8T 1 D LRADIlR.BNTIIRFIftIE )PI'e PYrf ;

t'tftI' Mr. and Mrs OwUnd Wyaa- -,I Mr end) Mn C. 1. (Matey. a4M nee r, ta'Xattonid .ta Key Wed. Mr a.* Mn. 'C. "VI. lWb Pit a.._ 4jC tftawl MM Ik. In CuHaaaga. N. C. at tilt urnMr '
,." who have been vMUm. .....i tiIIIWrea. (iendn. nerve IIIId iw I and Mr*. Me...haU ha .bean veal Mr t J- = In 1 B'ohadsea' children. .1' kwM at *, MM Mmm II.Ora'am .
; Wyim1 panels near Ortvelaml, .. have returned from > nMtnvlUi ing her home here with her MNbatMri YVtt-th Kalhleeikand John returned. AteM4lPalteP ; of Narcnja The croup 1
In and Around expect to return ...taf to their S C., where they ".seat ....... daughter, Mr. end Mr*. Julian a .ay.tton (Continued. on Page Revery
: home In Miami. While away, Mr ttte summer They were accompanied -
Wynn was Ul of rtnn X He is by Mr. ad Mn. T. 1.
a ion of Mr and Mrt i. 0. Wynnof Ckipley, Mr. Cniplty'i peMn.a,
l ; Homeitead. who will ascend UM winter to the Open 24 Hours A Day
CWittey aparUnant Aftor their George A. CrawshawEngineer
nf. ; Mr and Mn. Orln Smith and return, Mr. and Mr C. I. Chiplay LUNCHES PACKED '
eon, Bert and> Mr Smlth't mother spat several day on Conch Key..
;,r" .. For Kirly-rlslnj Fishermen. .
Mr* Dexter Smith, returned
k ' County Commissioner and MSS.M1''ta W. B. Rice principal of Red- Saturday after a month' vacation Ml** Anna Moon it expected to and Surveyor Good Sirloin Steaks Chops Shrimp,
:' Preston B. Bird, their eon, David Und echooU, Mr*. Rice and their Mr*. Dexter Smith had been return Saturday from a two-wvefc with Golden Fria Chicken
visiting In Fitzgerald, Ga.. and visit In Montireilo with her parent
Lester, and Mr*. Bkd'a' motet son, Billy and returned Rader Knappen TlppetU Engineering Co
I', Mr*. It L. Atkinson, returned Dicky the other, In Middleton, Conn. *. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Moon
I Sunday after spending the aum- i Suite 1615 DuPont Building GLADES RESTAURANT
Sunday night from a two-week mar
,Il' trip to>> New York ,addition visiting to visiting point In Mr.Florida.and Nre.IUce'a In. r. A. Ruff &U spending this week Mr. and Mr. E. F. Marshall MlairJ IS, FloridaTelephone \
with relative In North Georgia. Jr. have moved Into their new
D. C
lepton Cil1and.W.Ib"1 parents Mr. and Mrs E. J. home in South Miami. Mr. Mar- 9-4741 171 8. KtOMK! AtE, HOMESTEAD
Evans of Perry, and Mr. and .,
,. 'Mr- Thoa. B. ) and hereon J. U Smotk of St. Petersburg. Mr*. Bruce Ennii, her daughter ahall, a chief electrician In the .
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.. Tommy, expect to leave Sept. the Rice visited In Bradenton Mist Joyce, and her niece, Mis
II+' IS for the Warm Spring Foundation and Eustl and spent some time Jane Thurman, left Sunday mornIng -
where on Sept 19 Tommy it Salt Springs In Ocala: NitlonaPark. for a visit with relative in
"hill undergo the tint of a aerie / On tome of their travel, Macon
of operations. He It expected to they were accompanied by Mn. Folks '
b* in a cast tor 18 week Rlce'a aunt Mn. W. A. Going of J. P. Curl U a patient In Duke
EuiUa, who hit visited here at Hospital\ at Durham, N. C. E. .
t Mr, and Mn Dwight E. Ward- the Rice home. Kelly ot Columbia, 8 c., '
la/ of Homestead are announcing of Mrs Curl, It a guest at H'I '

the birth tot a five-pound Mr. and Mn. Paul Beam have Curl home Our success is built ton> your patronageforwhich
eight-cube" i daughter, Barbara returned from a vacation ipen ,
Jaanette, on Aug 14, In Doctors' In Atlanta, Hendersonville A hevllle Mr and Mrs Sam Porno of I
Hospital In Coral 1 Gable Mrs and Florida City and the Force children -
J .I Cherrjvllle, N. ,C.
tYardtaw and the baby were returned art on vacation In Sewlck- 'we are grateful-come: in and see us
'. home Friday. Mr. Ward- Ellpecte<\home within the next ley, Ps., a suburb of Pittsburgh.Mr .
4 |aw'a mother, Mn. Inei E. Ward- few day are Mr. and Mn. Ivan

; law ot Fort Lauderdale U a guest Moier of Homestead and their and Mr. John L. Dell, otMiami I.. often
at.the Wardlaw home. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and have bought the residence
T Mr. Robert Cast of Miami and of Mr and Mn. T. E. SUdig on .'
Kai Makow.kt'of Chicago: has daughter Judy, who have beenon Coconut Palm dr.
bought the Petzold property atthe vacation in the northern elates\ . -
corner of Caves ave. and Sevoth and Canid. The group went by Mr and Mrs Paul Latzer and '
> it In Florida City, and is plan to Washington, D. C, and Mr. UUer'i father, Ceo B. Latter Good, CubedRound .
Improving it at his permanent then to Detroit where Mr. and arrived here lilt Friday from
:F home. Mr. Makowikl't brother Mr Moier picked up their new Manhvllle/ Tenn., to spend a week ,
,:., Felix, lives with him, and his Chryiler. They made an automobile with Mr. and Mr. W O Van ,
daughter, Mr. Delia Tomcuk of I tour of Windsor, Canada, Tien, brother and iliter-in-law,,
Chlcago;and her ton, Girard,have and Chicago and on. their way of Mn Latzer. I I: Steak 59c
been 'visiting him; home they will visit Mauve In lb.
Shaw, Mill.Mr Mr and Mrs, Jim Powl otJacksonville
and daughter Nancy
Mr. and Mri. Chi. H Bleffanl i -
returned 'Mr Homer Vackton were house guest this week of
Saturday from a vacation I apd I
Wm. Henn of forMa
Mr. -
Mr. and
spent In,the North Carolina hive moved from the Deuel; house
and Billy and I I
mountain* on Redland rd. to 181 N. W. fthit
,- ., Homestead Slavic, The group spent several u. s. Good All Lean Meat
tugs days at Seabreeze Inn on the
Either Livingston of
t K.,..
Rdmntoad and Mrs. Nan )'e The Rev and Mrs E Jenklp _
Ritkartf,of Miami, returned Sunday and daughter i Mil it; Jo, lei I Week-end house guests of Mr
,. from a three-week tour of ,Wednesday for a three-week uscation and Mr*. W N. Hammock were Beef Chuck Roast i lb.> 59c HAMBURGER lb. 49c
Canada and the eastern \.aleL\ In In Florida Georgia and Mrs Hammork'i brother-in-law
J, Toronto, they attended the session Alabama before Mis Jerking enrolls lend later( Mr. and Mn O H
tlfh.! General Grand Chapter On at Huntingdon College in Johna'of Orlando and the Johns ,
tilt trip they visited Niagara Falls, Montgomery. The three plan to children, Ella Mae and Osier.
Hyde; Park, New York City Boston visit In Vcro Beach Orlando and -
t Philadelphia and Atlanta. Chipley, da. Macon, Ga., ..ndMontaomel' Mr. and ,Mrs. John A. Roberta MorrelFs SLICED BACON lb. 53c

) of Macon'Oa, visited In Home-1 ,
'; }fay, and Mrt H Evanoff returned atead loft Week with Mr Roberts' .
{ Saturday after a seven- Mr. and Mn L. L. Hood and brother and iliUr-ln-law, Mr.I i - -

week tour of Montreal Canada, on*, Richard and Michael I. have and Mri. J. H Roberta On a fishIng Florida Grade A
1: New York, New England, Georgia returned home. from Henderson- trip to the Keys Saturday with I IJame. '
Alabama and Florida. vllle. .Ii. Robert, Jr. aa host,I

fn. Erie dyes, president of Mr. and Mrs Paul Loner end Johns barracuda Roberta and taught won a a'citation 14-pound In s I, Locally Killed

th. V, F. W, Auxiliary, and Mri son. Billy and Mickey, have returned (the TlotWa: ,Key flihlng Journa- [RESI r POULTRY
James B. Tatherrte attended the front' tumtnef lout of anent '
Tuesday sessions of the GoldenlublJee the*.weate",.'>UUaj While-way. ., .,...Ad .] .Locally Messed d
.... r NaUonaLCo"v8DtlMhm they visited la Long Bach Cal, '.M.uu4. sadC.a" I.mwu -- JIlershey's ,
.' njjiftnu:- """"' --- ----- -- withMr.Loaner'' brother am lr _ :
f fort Myen were week-end I '
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'it ilster-in-liw, Dr. and Mrs Irving guests ot Mr. Plummer1 parent,: "
..'! Mn. Sylvia Atkins of W. Avo- Loaner Mr. and,M... C Ben Plummer I Ift
eels dr. 1 II visiting In Boston at I I BakingCHOCOLATE
tht home of her son-in-law and Mrs Nellie Waldln. 1 a. a patient Mrt* firyan M. Bowden, MIll .
oahghter, Mr. and Mr. Harold In Sun-Ray Park Health Resort Mary McNeil! and Hlu McNelll"*

', Fouom trio, In Miami. house of guest Calgary Miss, Margaret Canada, McNelll returned I 31c ,DUZ large pkg. 25cI

W. B. Flower returned ,E Tuesday night from aourday 1 l'2Ib.pkg.
Saturday to her home in Pahokee Mr and L. Krone and automobile tour of the,
after a Visit here at the homes daughter Beth, have returned tale I
'1 Of I Mrs and Mr. G. M. Cooper, from a vacation In Menlone\ Ala
: Mr, and Mrs Tom Smith. and While away, Mr Krone visited In Danny Stevenson II.month'i>
':.i other former neighbor. Hackensack, N. J, with his old ion of Mr and Mr. B. H., Kellog's \oodbury's .
mother Mr Edw.
Stevenson. received painful burns
I i Steve Trumbull, grove owner -- on his right arm and right foot j
$ at Newton rd, hat returned from Charles Martin Jr., and Donald Tuesday' when he overturned apan
,"'' a Caribbean cruise with the U. S.' Neeley returned home lib week of hot starch. CORN FLAKES 9c SOAP .
Naval Reserve, I after a vacation In Havana, Cuba I 2 pkgs. 3 bars 22c'f

Miss Clara Stevenson, laugh i
'' 1. ter of Mr. and Mrs B. W. Steven-I .
\ ion, expect\ to leave Sept 8 to I
enroll a* a freshman at Unlver-i'
city of Illlnoli In Vrbani-Chim-, Bakers Kellog's. l
algn. Miss Stevenson was graduated w -

High Lawrence School.In June_Rafleld from Homestead returned I I' Coconut cans l 17 ,- Rice Krispies 2 pkgs. 29c. I

Monday after a two-month stay I
.t the Methodist mission and I '
work camp in Mayan, Cuba. Yesterday l : I
\ he and his brother Roy L.Rtfleld. Campfire : Long Grain
{\I NM I II , left for Klngstrea, S. c.,I ,
Roy'NBI' remain at his home
I here and Lawrence\ will return

I 7be drug JtO"It bat era DOlt In a core.tRrodboeieeeeeeendprofaaiona- e to enter University of Miami. I Marshmallows Irg. pkg. 31c RICE '13Ih. pkg. 59c

I p1 }l Mr. and Mrs Dale Edward, ,

| nil. of which'tern. the *<**'$\ '. have moved Into their new homen
: N. W. Uth it I
Bat Ic it unique In that pharmacy la 1 ,
'jmnitf. <: PILLSBURY BESTFLOUR :::. :;. ,
both a bviIncM and a profeitiotuA 1/41 DODGE nt1CIl-.N ; : ;
paint green) new vpheUteryttood 11" 4'6c
..twrinett' built on ferric to the tick Urea, IMxllxl front; 5 LB Itl.. .." .... ,

!,cannot.U rettrjcwd} to wti| "l "bud De" hourt.1" Th bee 1.,511xMu reeeifltlene1. ThIs threwho track ha! .j/I' . : '.' S -

Med l for( medicine and sickroom applies Ii umlly A geed ".,. BIRD CHEVROLET I ,

In times of widespread tunas CO. rhme 18. II 90c I Ir
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*j ::elM rwrnty-M-ho; day Seems ell iou AoA Wearstelly aal'Ira.. ,NOTKI for llw roa 41111,raw,! and tn 'r .

Setif the pharmicniucaJ aada .4 a *wtlM of BW..I P.lM Tr lkr Part , 'f; ,,.. \
'i 07 or night, to .Ia ab..arbns. ton .. ......... ..
I ti"cbt, Coeem alry .' Uw.*(4 rrta>r.*IwiMiW of n<.a ru*. .IM inn. :M I*P..rk. m... 1>it *;V.' ,' .
$ r p..a.M. M I. .sold. Pie Crust Mix Pkg. :? 17c
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IMae'a Tierces CmUwrhK C*. atIdu
... O. DoPiNit B IUIiw. MSaki, Plwlas Foremost Ice Cream
HOWARD JOHNSON gl'c w .,.. A.dn al. late.ev..a.e Try
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Page! SIx: HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August 26,1949

FOR BRIDAL SHOWER qiVBN ANN RiIFN>;YColorful wiitte *. *
Ii tjrved e"A A4 >* ,
" Dade
South mmmmm
Social in .
Events I . fruMt sad, vegetables glwney, Mrs Beatrice Miller Chapter of the O. E. S. with a
tor members
covered dlah
and an aaaortment of kitchen, Mr C J. Parman, Mre. H. A4sn aupfipr
utenall were ud tar decoration! IT, Mr, Ral* ... Pan, and their fanm*. The nipper
at tha p. I, Pirman horn Friday Mr*. Richard Schmtwk" MrEiton .. wai I be aervcd at d ofrtock In the
FRANCES, MfVICKEB WILL HE MARRIED L0.O.T. OROliri SLATE JACK MARSHALL AND IIRIDE ARRIVE I veiling when Sites Arde) PWVWJ' Anderson, Mrs Lewis Murray ctty park. A founder' day program ..
II f4MILT SUPPER MONDAY and Milt Barbara Miller/ I My JCenerth'' Jmr, M. It being planned.All
SEPT. 4 TO MANLBY( ; pOSTON OF MIAMI\ A covered dish puppet for the TO SPEND. ) MONTH WITH PARENTSMr. kitchen shower for Mir pus Auto Harry Pierce, Mr*. fred Rhode, members of the order are

memberi of Homestead I. O. O F. Rheney who will. bacon the Jr. Mrs Wad Smith, Mrs, Tho Invited t attend.
.nnouncement was the R... Everett\ S. Smith and Rebekah lodges and Uwirfl and Sire Jack 'Mtrahal Marshall before her marriage. bride of Don Don Sunday In SI Cato. r.1.... A. A. Muter Mia Fay
fr week of thfr engagement r. at 130: o'ckxk Sunday" tf- ...llltt will be held at S:39 hive arrived from Oxford MM.. .CXi. I, was MIN Judy Orr. John'l Episcopal Church. I Pierce, Mir Sutann Brown and Lucky Key-HoJden CMWright's
j I &>pC 4 day evening at the lodge for a moath't vlelt with their In the fall the newlyweds expect Quaint figure of farmer and Judy Moon Frozen" Food
prpachlng Marriage of Mir Toe bride-to-be attiwidad Red fhre* candidate will be Non-I' parent Mr. and Mrs E. F. Marshall to return their studies at animal" fashioned of arrests po. The bridal party will be enter-
tt (Vicky) McVTcker High School and Miami High sled Into the Rebekah LocI of Homestead and Mr and University of Mlaalailppl. The tetoat, okra and<< tthar vegetables, tllrtH tht| eyenlng at a rehearsal. Wright Electric I If glytng away
of Waller B. McVlcter of ,Mllml'b where aba was I major- fire regular meeting at I Mrt C. V. Orr of Miami Mn bridegroom, who was graduated In wen placed against a backgroundof dinner ,t the Ijom) / of the parents 160 packages of frozen foods to
ton and/ Mra. Zot IU. At present aha If secretary -- January with a B. A. degree In monsters del close bare elf of the ,,bride-to-be Mr and Mrif the bodcrt) of the lucky ktyi
Miami (1.0 .Menley E. the Hurricane Motorcycle Dub, 'ACQU MN B 0KALKS IIECOMES BRIDE I physical education, .will work. toward I hi plans A row pf pit kitchen \ E. Rheney. which will unlock the General
a<. of Mr. and N... M. E. i Mr. feeton U' yc-preadant| of I I mailer' degree, and the utensils outlined Are 10011 whichw Electric home freezer on display
ton of Miami. i motorcycle club. H. attended OF J. B. CALLENDER IN GEORGIA RITES bride will continue her studies In i .i centered with | bowl of FAMILY DINNER] unD at the store 104 N. Krome ave.
The vows will be read Jackaon High School and builneM administration mixed vegetable topped with. I AT /. ".. CONNS; HOME "There It no contest to enter"
Fir, Christian Church of four yean In the navy Announcement It being mad her home her for the pint five Mr. Marshall liai won national gay bouquet of red radlshe Mr, an* Mrs J. W. Conner says Olin P. Wrigljt, proprietor..
of the marriage of Miatacotellne yean. She attended Homestead recognition ai a star player on For till ormbment course, entertained *t a family dinner ""0 try for a frozen food packet,
BfflBS ANNA LOUISE THOMPSON WEDS Scale std I. B. CalUnder, both High School. the Ole Miss basketball team. fruit iliad WM served from party ,$W I I of Homestead on July SO In The bridegroom received' hit Mra. Marshall a member of Zeta a scoopedeut watermelon! placed & W. Second are The beets ,Were Key at Allen'i Market lee W.
CLARENCE WILLIAMS IN LEESBURG Klngiland Ga. After a honeymoon education in the MisslsilpplachooU. Tau Alpha sorority, li known In In the cenler of the dining Ube) Mr. and Mrs J. W. Conner, Jr., Mowry tU and aee If it will open
tperit In vtitllag the Vrldyraon't *- \ M* moved tier two rears Homestead ai aha hat visited at Assorted tat landwlchw and' ,I and Mrs, fva; Eby of Miami. &, Mr the lock of the General Electric
"IN'Annl| Louis Thpmpaon of The bride .wu graduated. In parent, Mr, and< Mr,I ago *nd ti employed at Rivet I the home of Mir Ann Rheney, a limeade also were served and Mrt. Tburman Conner of home freezer In our ttore. For
Homestead became the bride of June from Homestead High School Lloyd Calleader of Liberty, Mlaa.1 Service Station sorority aliter.MBA. A colorful, and pungent corsageof Coral' Gables and Son, Tommy, every key of the that frozen fits food the lock will,be a
when she wia active In art work. the newlyweds returned to Homes tiny arrow, radishes, aid. onion and/ Mrs j.ois| GUdJeux of Akron package
Clarence William* of HoipeiUad Alto I graduate ef HomeUadHigh pad on Thursday of |jail week BTWC. SPATES BENEFIT ".... GIVEN war preaented to the honor**. and children, Patty and Jimmy, given away absolutely free.!
In a ceremony performed at S.JO hone tee FUR NEW )MGIO iiosrtTAL BIRTHDAY' SURPRISE The
School, the bridegroom and ere making Ihtir n- gifts were presented "Ja a and Harry Low.
Monday afternoon Aug. IS, by carved In the submarine corps of porirlly in Modello. Helping\ lo-furnish a room at A surprise party In honor of dish drainer Redland ChPenS
the pev. John Maffett, pastor In the navy during the war He It The daughter of Mr. Eva Lincoln Memorial Hospital, negro the birthday anniversary of Mrs Mrs,, Theo Moor was wirdadfirit Picnic for SaturdayA
the paitorlum of the Pint Baptist employed at Margaret Ann SuperMarkets Sealet of f Church of Leeiburg, Fla, Beet Homestead, \the bride Hat made .will be a project of the afternoon by Mr*. A.'C. Eai- number of wordl from the letter fl,04 petit and tires As* UBM picnic' for members of Re4
man and matron of honor werethe Homestead Business and Profe..lon.1 .- ton at the Eaiton horn on Bauerdr. of the name of the bride-to-be,) . .. land' Community Church and Sunday *
Milt .
brldei stepfather end mother Marshall school' will be held Saturday
Women't Club announcesMrs. and Mrs Jack won the
Mr. and Mri.. R. L. Smith of I BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN MRS. HARRIS, I Frank Kent, pmldent A Birthday cake and ice cream prize In a fortune telling t BIRD CHEVROLET: I fO. I afternoon at Crandon Park. The

Homestead NEE DORIS CnAI>DOCK, AT WYNN HOME benefit rummage tale will be held were served to the ten gueitipretent. Present 10 addition. to leal'l) ,..... M picnickers will leave from till J
Forthe ceremony, the bride Saturday by club members In the mentioned wen, M.... yt E> church at 1 o'clock. .f .
wage t white tllk ensemble and .. .
Homestead nesro section In the -- -- -
.white icceworlei. Her cottage. I A whit, pink and green color Wyrin had each guest writ her building formerly occupied-by -St.
.wn. made of pink rowbudi. scheme wit used by Mra. J. O. favorite recipe in I book for the Paul'i Baptist Church II I
Her matron of honor was attired Wynn at a miscellaneous bridal bride. Plant for the tile were. dl.- I .
In Cark blue and wore white shower given fur Mrt Roland' Present besides thone men coiled at a meeting Monday evening '
ceenorlet Harris, the former Miss Dorlt tloned were Mn V, U Harris
at the home of Mri Irving'
Mr. and ".... Willltmi returned Craddock Tuesday evening at In* Mrs, V, L- Harris, Jr. Mr. H. L- Wcchaler on Pin Tree dr A
\o Homeatead Aug. II, and they Wynn horn Brown Mn. H. L Brandenburg wiener I roust was enjoyed by they I F' TTH: -W I 't
are making their horn In the Gladioli and other cut flowers Mn. H. O. Thurman, Mn. Wm. group.
Lawrence apartments were used for decoration of the Muuclwhlte Mrs. C. I. Chlpley, Absolutely Free
room and the porch A white. M...... E. J. Pacettl Mrs Ceo H. MR. AND MRS. HARRIS

VERNON TURNER TO SPEAK bridal cake decorated with whit Ginn Mrs Mabry Scarborough, HOLD FAMILY REUNIONA Wright Electric: It giving away 180 package of frozen food to holdeN
TO EPISCOPAL: GROUP rosebuds and wedding bells, centered Mitt Mary Jackson MI... Joyce -
family reunion wit held Sunday :--- -_ -.w. of lucky keyt. The keys will unlock the General.Electric: Home
Vernon W. Turner Homestead the refreshment table which: Walker Mir Evelyn Davis Mitt at the home of Mr. and Mrs : t tI
attorney, will be guest speaker! wu laid with. a lace cloth. Also Clara $ltyenlOl1, Mitt Jennie' Lu Ch... M. Harris of E. Kings High ' Freezer on display *t Wright Electric: .
for the, Woman'l Auxiliary of St. served were sherbet, mints and Davis and Mia Tiy HiUUrd.ClfU way. Present were Mr. end MriHarrle .e4'. . I There U eo contest to enter. All you have to do 1 I. park up i Ire
John' Epltcoptt: Church at a tailed nuts wr tent by Mn Jim I toni-in-law and I .
daugh- and STW.: ;
Market Mowry
; Allen'i ,
1"I''bl'\lpoII at
luncheon meeting to be held itII Mn. Wynn was assisted In, Sharp Mn. Russell. Horn, Mrt.Ctrl . ten Mr and Mri. Wm. Verdonkof I O. E. Key, request
:*0 Friday, Sept S, at the homeof serving by Min Marian Andersen *' S. Anderson Mrt. Landon' South Bend Ind, Mr and Second Ave, ind try your luck at opening the lock on'the freeief.on ; ,
Mrs C. E. Eicbenberger onto Mm Gloria Gordon Miat Carney, Mn. J. E. Jenkins, Mri. Jack Gentl of Miami and Mr"1 I .- display at Wright Electric, ,. .
Tennessee rd. Mn. Jot Boyer will Betty Jo Jenkins and Mill Mary Herbert Harris Mrs E. F. Gordon Johnny, and Mr and Mrs Wm. .... the win one of the packtgH of frozen :::: '
If fits lock .
you key you
lead the devoUonalt.. Lou Muiwelwhlte, Mn T. A. and Mill Jar Thurman. r> Dickinson of Homcttead and .
daughter Linda. Prenent alao were \ food '
the Horde eons, Buddy Jimmy, ". ; i Can. Ft. J if N+i.
pickle and Frankle 1: .Jl -Onlr Ml Dew
Gueiti during the afternoonwere !
Mr. Harrli'i brother-in-law 11
and sister Mr and Mrs .Henry

Opening Today Cebbhardt of Homestead and Mrs, :, i
\ Gebhardt't ton and dauxhter-ln :
'f! 'law Mr and Mrs Joe Quinn of

./ Kenoabt, ""., and her daughter, pELECTHC( }
... "I. If 4. ayaafWg Mary Katharine Qulnn. 7' Insist on a GENE

\ I ,.t e.reN..r.e c".. ... : MR. AND MRS. CLARK .1, ... ;.: . __ _;

: HOSTS Mr and AT Mrs DINNER Wm J. Clark entertained . ;
McLendori's Home Freezer
f at dinner Sunday In ,
honor of the birthday annlver ..
(! caries of their ton Bill and their .
daughter-In-law, Mri R. G. Huff. "
At t 9 S. Krone Levlrtgton. BuildingLadies' Honors were shared by E. HatcherCrenahiw '

i a,:v" an executive Of the .
Merchants end Farmer Bank of ..

Bkhmond.: classmate Va,of who Blll'i wit at a Duke former . When you buy a home freezer,"remember: been in service in G-E Refrjgerator' . '10'' ..r'. .

University or.longer "
Bill and hit house guest left years \' ,. : '
1, A home freezer Is an important, long-' .
.. yeiterday to spend several days
In Key West.wR.CB term investment Besides, the General Electric "PerfectSeal"

f.., 1, 'I"" MENB 8 flEW cabinet insures that your frozen foods .
: . Ready-to-Wear ',, ; FOB GIFT BAZAAR 2. You have every right to expect de- will be: kept at zero temperature. The steel ,.-{
Redland W. S C. S. members service after ..
pendable year year. is rustproof
.. sewed on article for their Chrl.t- cabinet is Bonderized . the liner
.; : :. man gift bazaar at a meeting held that the G. E. Home Freezer aluminum . and the Fiberglass ,
1 Aug IS at the home of Mrs D. Keep in mind
insulation is 4 inches thick I I' .
I M. Brannon. A short business of sealed-in refrigerating
the .
i has same type ;"
:. session mss held by the ten members 'e

: .14 Favors on Opening Day Door Prizes. preient. system as in G. E. Refrigerators. We sincerely believe no other freezer on ., .I".
; .t [Tl ,f'.f, Home-mad coconut cake and \
11' "., served by Mrs the market can compare with the. depend
i million of these dependable
: Made More than
Awards to Be 8 P. M. Saturday
Brinnon and the cc-.hostess, MrsC General Electric. ,,
: *** A. Ennlt. General Electric refrigerating systems have able '. Jo

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year-old Dawne; Marie daughter Stevenaon of Mr.three-and <' Low $22 Down ', '.
Pay as as
k Mrs B. H. Stevenson, celebrated ... .
i; .
ts '*,
her birthday anniversary Tuesday '
jl at t family dinner party at ''' 'r'5'.' ,. tt .'f' ir
s you ARE INVITED her home. A birthday cake ". .. '1'II"f." . .rlltf.- :' 4 yr f' d..,
topped with lighted candle, wit "' ' .
c eel and saved with Ice cream

Cucttt Included the grandparents, Wright Electric .
Mr. and Mrs B. W. Stevenson
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Seminole Theatre I I.. ', : .

: N. Krome at First St. Teleph"one'288-W.

S TWO SHOW DAILYl I and I P. M. Phase N*. 171 .
SATURDAY sea SUNDAY (..tID.... 1 till 1L I 4 "J ,
l Adaalolew Adsltai Mfkt. "t| Matlae* CkttdNM healer teal *d ten to twelve, its (Tea Incladed.)
I '

Last Time Today: MBELLE STARR" '
I SATURDAY, AUO IT-Dcabto Fasten ..*.nM
.ROY ROGERS and hit horse TRIGGER with JANE FRAZEE Brand New

Aluminum Awning Casement"Vc431n2d6tJ5.c
Made tn )
SCRATCH FEED A a r FreM CbektallIM a And TOM CONWAY, MARIA PALMER In li\ ..1: 'Aluminum Casement Aluminum Double-Hung

M IWUf -- ------ _,1117 1 lb-Id. ea. ..._...._ .... "13 LEAD SOLDIERS"L'NDAY :
1M I Ik. Ur .. .__.. ..-MM
- Rorofu Aluminum Jalousies Romfh Glass Jalousies
Teaalae. JIf. I eaa lelk4 tad MONDAY A... tl-M

tflk. : Me =:. .. "tut Jack Bvrat rue *' "SMART GIRLS DON'T TALK" "
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f 14 Ik. ka< --- ...- .. ? H4 Added: "RabMI l.iuack.K Cart* a; "", IUe II the rhanix. WB .
LAYING' MASH Rl... Frselrse Pecebe Hiert SaeJeeUWnU M A"rtai .tr Cae4y| rathe News New Low Prices GLASS and GLAZING s$ lf
gibe.. far -_- _._,15*
M'lfc. tac ___._HJtJ1M .
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.... Aaa Fa,* Salad DreaaUfft .
tntttnouNi .
DOOM u>oti
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t Iks We lit Nattonal dread C nw| Baal "COMMAND DECISION' $119.50 :

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A&P I Food Store THIS WALKING HILLS" CO. W. c. Bass & Sons i

Added Cee 4y. Canran.t Nee I1*. IN I
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3t5 South Krome ATe Homestead "A CONNECTICUT: YANKEE" I' ..
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I y Augurt 88 MHfl HOMSiTEAD> JLEADER.ttfTfcfU rip se'.*


.... Seturaky ......* *< Mr. Md Mi* ..... J. F. WUUaatj trlliUIII Mtk' aM Mr*. OkvMcfJtkrMto Jlle. serve \ Haw tiMlMuae. I ..***. !else .F n" .
. A. BL fciMk WJM Mm Kmlth1 relative, .to toitb Sajringi.Mr ttenMh 1 tees hones attorned porch, lie kitchen ahd I
. iN ANt) AROUNDHOMESTEAD brothet-ta-Uw and ... Mr. I ||.NHM0 week at Mr* MM. Ml kath, ahiminum window NUM.Rvtrieted . ..... .
.. and Mr a T. BrantWy of !terri. Loss Old' alas and children J H. Kitchen of Naranta Mondaytasval CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING residential ere. Small
, I ... O*,, aad her nephew and Patty and Jimmy, and Hairy l*# M the KltdMei home wet Mwe peVaenl. its ...... ttalf frown ceIIItp MM Me* :.
I nMt, Mr. and.. Mr. O. F. Bradley left Monday for their .heroes to Mr. and Mrs. John L. Murray has Uw end fruit. tree eatehttihed.aVwe **, white sttaWaaaii. VJy .
) ot Tucson. Art. Akron, O, after a visit bee wWI) Shed. Mr*. Ruth Oventreet of III a Batchelor& IM It. W. IW friendly pet. Ph 8W.. (ail)

. Mrs. Gladieui'i parent, Mr. and Princeton and Mr Thelma Rut _. 'J' _, ___ at. PH. H8-W. (Mtt) 1
.1tif ( air. and air*: D. H. Oetlinge Mr. J. W. Conner On the way ledge of JPf: -- sas-13 MISCELLANEOUS

(Continued from Page Flv.) I returned Sunday after. vacation horn they visited In Mwrlann an................--......... i-room, upstairs KMllonM! apt,, SM Mtdlre rto*.1.1f,11 'Juftt painted*_ -Ffone furndasdh.Hse 5MW -
pent In North Carolina with kite.. 0ItIIiw brother-la- Cemetery ft MAnftolraraWoodlawn '
sisited also In Nahunts. C*., athe i law and ..tet. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. JAMES ARCHER ftMtTII Coma tee It Alan downruinporch or IfcJT. (paM) EXPERT MECHANIC and HAN.DYMAN .
., home of Dr and Mr*. Emer-I Tn F. 1. Lottlch HOSPITAL NEWS loan Mr Maud dandier, .
on Moody Before they Rev and Mrs. Maddox .....Nu........................... Park Cemetery Silver Palm dr, Ph. UT.J.I ReeonW rate, AU
returned thl* week from Cleveland work guaranteed. Work don at
Naranja. ) In the fall tit. 1260 S. W. SIb Bt Miami
o rndn Tenn., where they pent amonth's Mr. and Mrs., R. L. Smith and Births and board wk Ph HEISTS YOUR CHANCE your place or mine. o..raaIie I
Graham plan to visit in PhoneTtM Room fit
vacation with their *on. Mr. and Mr, aarenc WlUUiq* To Mr. and Mrs. Harris Walk Pepsin Electrical appliance I
taltlmor* and in Oklahoma and A wide selection of cemetery tot 80S-IL (mSOU) $ .
l-bedroom, nicety furnished
ilL In-liw and daughter, Mr and returned\ on Thursday of last week ot Princeton, I daughter on Au. at moderate price avallabl from pump Dow bell totalled" and I
twin | tor
Mr. Irving Reedy after a two-week vacation tour !'. acre fixed Courteous, prompt ewvlo\ \
Urge unsold cemetery acreige. 1 and bedroom furnished $4,000 11,500 down; term Do
at ill time Rose, 6M N. W. ,
of Florida.Mr
To Mr. and Mr.. Waiter Corle Community mausoleum of 1,041 kitchenette coMain. ReuonibK.
HIM Jan Moon of Homestead .
Frank M. Kent and his parent, fin St. Homeitead. (alit?)
of Ttvernler. a eon on Aui. 22. crypt and niche rates. Pleasant grounds for chi I
ihd Mica Catharine Sharkleford
Mr. and Mr*. M. W. Kent, arrived Sam Wilson and daughter,
Miami To Mr. and Mrs Donald E. dren. Redland Court, Ph. 284-R-4 B* sukt to lee this new I-
i( are pending a vacation I home Sunday Mr. and Mr Kent Miss Haul, left Sunday for their CAR! WASIimd SfcttYICE. Carl:
If Hswke of Gould., a ton on Auf (attf) bedroom CBS home on 1 large
; Stroudiberg.. Before their spent the summer at their former former horn In Fulton, Ky FOR RENT .. tocher washed and bollshkd $1 \
I 21. lout port Sect
tin home, they plan to visit completely j jI
homo, New Carlisle, Ind, and tiled PecatU, Phone 143-M.. (
Mt* York City and Washington, I Frank M. Kenthad. been on a Mrs. J. H. Mullin and lighter, Medical patients-Donna Ra FOR SALE bath and formic In th*
c. ; Campbell. Wm. 0. Swing: Leigh For rent ?.room downstairs kitchen are '\I'IOh. unusual I
ix Dullness trip to Cedar Rapid, I*. Venetia, left Saturday for their The COUNTRY kjtCUtM. W V.
.. and BUI Roller of Home- feature at a prtca of only I
Blanton Ph. J28-W BTt-J.
\ -- alter apt or (paI8))
L, I-
I horn CreenpoH, a ft. t opposite Fire tower, .*rve*
John $8,850.
House guett ot Mr. and Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Smith visit with Mrs. Muliin'c brother- atead and Delta of Florida COTTAGE, t room, bath, N. Almost new aplsli( Handy-Hot breakfast and lunch Auto' S h.

ohn E. Reed are Mr*. Reed'i bavetwiled to their home In In-lsW and sister, Mr. and Mrs City Mr June krome *,.. between Blactyn portable electric washing machine , I day 4 to 1 p. m. Clewed feWr-
parents, Mr ahd Mrs. A. J. but fct. tbuia after a Visit her at the Harry F. Jenner.Ctorg Hammond Surgery, patient Roy Foley- and* Jos. and Watdlh dr*. Call after 8:SO, and wringer* ttcellent con You can buy a frame home on day, (.Jl4)DOBRV )
reUll of CamaUey, C.b... home ot Mr Smith' brother-lh- dltlon. First 149 take them Mrs.
0. i
Bommarito'of Homestead and R. Shbrt, S70-J. (cat.U) S kern on Krome Avenue for
U# and liter, Mr and Mr J. Richard ton worth .left Walter Schult of Florid City Walter Bent, ilk Homestead only $4.500 with LOW DOWN I normal permanent "....
Mr and Mr*. t. D. Hamilton ot L. Hit klOl\. Sunday by train tor his home in M Y Free us* of house and blot el t 4T4-M-2 (ale) I PAYMENT end EASY Terms! Not (aster, net, cheaper, ,butbetter.

Live Oak hav been visiting Mr. Thomaston, Ga, after a ,even- high pink land to middleagedor Jerri mowing machine, good condition i Ruth IlalydreseingSdlo,
ihd Mrs. a M. BOwden of Homestead Mf and' Mrs. It Cbtller m week Visit her with his Uncle and old age pension couple in **. (65. Also power Phone IJt. Ol-tf)
and Mr. and Mr & B. turned Sunday after a 'month'i aunt Mr and Mrs. S. .... Dick. change for help In maintaining mower, whirl blade type How about this for an Income

Ftehch of Perrine. vacation in WayneivlUe. N. C. In_. 5-A. piece H. W. Beasley, Leader- condition' sacrifice $85. I.wn.j I produclnf homtT Four-bed- IIARDtN -Hauling. UndsMping,
Enterprise Box A-18 (all) Ill N. C lltl*) .t, or call room home on U. 3. No. I for topsoll. polling toll, Mn.\ rock
: Now on vacation In Rural Hall __ between ( and 7 p. m. (*26)) $8,8001! Or maybe you wituli] ML Ph 143-R, Write Bt Io Box
: N. C., are Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Led Unusual opportunity for couple to prefer I new CDS tinlt con.
OJVA'.mcci&ta.moa ford and children, Larry and rent completely furnished Six Correct posture desk chair, ISI| talnlnf four efficiency part- 14-A .
orvif rov' Susan Immediate Service room house and garage, except maple crib and mattress $15; menlo On U. ft. 1 for 14.110O..
J ANT Dili IH A CM . widower owner's room, In Red. baby carriage, '5i; stroller $3; RADIO rttrAttt-Quit* aenrlt. .
,4'i Burley Dandy ha* been a pa. land one mile from Homestead; metal shoofly, $1. 58 S. W. lit IDn COMPLETE! REAL All work luaranteed. PrUHitiionible.
tlent In James Archer Smith Hoi- Reasonable Prices attractive rental to reliable couple *t. Phone (U9-R after 8 p. m. ESTATE SERVICE lee Robert J. Brobka,
pltal this week. ; phone Sit. (pa28)) (pall) Robert rd, jut north of Palm
RICHAttfo FtJChS 1 Drive florid CI .. Phone IJ4-W.
House guest ot Mr. and MrS Quality Workmanship 2-bedroom furnished apt $O5 per PURE-BRED Collie pups AKC.
out mm I Henry Gebhardt of N. W. Tenth mo, or term by yr Quiet Robert' Belt dog for children. Hark- Registered! Broker PAINTING, decorating, waif
it, are Mrs. Gebhirdt'i son and adults or with biby. No pet., ness, Redland rd. N. of Epmondr or John H. Hate, Salesman proofing and gtailng. MtUtn
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr, .. Jess Gouman, RedUnd rd. and (*28)) Ph. 441 or T58-W P.O. Dot Bas phon*'T4a-n' (01:51( ,
pros| rov oar fimpirofvrt-ief //iif 3 or 5 cr 7 Joe Quinn of Kenosha, Wi. ENGINE OVERHAUL Mowry st. Phone 120-& ((12811)) House trailer, good condition. Memberi of Chamberof '

of O ROOM with connecting bath and Sleep 4 adult,, 1 child. Will Commerce Grove mowing. Carl Endllch, Rt
Mrs. Fred C Berg
Mr. and BRASS SERVICE shower. Reasonable, 27 N. W. I i trade on lots, acreage or cell on 1, Box 481, homestead,. (old
III N. W Third ave left Saturday -
AUTOMATIC for a two-month stay it their 0 First at (a2811)) contract plan. Bruce Batchelor Utchwortn pdce, Kulfl hwy)
MOTOR TUNE-UP Ph. 248-W. (e28tf) Great BartaiD' for Business Dare (Mtf)
summer home In Georgetown Md. IN Till COUNTY Jlim.lM' : COI'T' IN
'I'I is, aD ELECTRIC -- o AND FOR IIAIIiI COUNTY) tUIKIDAIM 0-room frame house on I lots 14
ALPINE NANNY, will freshen
John Kirsyt hai been ill ev- No. IIMIH I soon, $15. Also rabbit GUI coconut and palm, peach and. FLOOR SANDING ahd rlHlSn-
RANGE sal day at his home on N. W. o H.l Kilil d avocado tree, chicken yard, INO, 1 Install' oak and '
PAINTING M..... a. Ib0.. der. ...... Coulomb, Tennessee rd. Phone pine floors I
13th it. 0 M "_I. L 1.1. _..... 2al-XM-4. (*28)ourburner ) $4,300.: i asphalt> and rubber tile, linoleum.

BODY AND FENDER To M.q w. a.rh.d1.CITATION M ,m I RoUt, 2-bedroom block building,vocido 5-room, Day. ph. BI1-W; nights, .. 1I7.W. .,.
M.nk. I., Mmte.. JMM O. MrrlMM; table top gi itove, house food yard IS -
For a REPAIR *....!. ... Bout. t4 all ...... mmn $50. 1237 N. E. lit *ve. (p28)) palm and coconut tree In yard,
'I'I o -, 84.600. WR bO reilibU) rfttb ",.tria*
1 COMPLETEInsurance SEAT COVERS 'h.. b.. sins /III ,NM wed l>r.rr : Complete bed outfit inner spring $-room block house, I loll, ready Wood Jewelry, McCroqr',,At
ServiceSee o '. tmUW t*rw UM said MoI'MMl_10... ... W rw 55 am*hwdara.drd "' toiiimio mattress. reasonibl Mn. Herbert set' out 'In fruit tree, good placeon cad. .(*22tX)
CPHOL8TERINQUNDERCOATtfJQ Ia 1110/ war .Htrt ddseSS Evanoft"Ili N. W. 8th it corner for store, Und acarlfled 'I'IIF
0 vliklii' (ortr d.r..hw' **". "'* (pale) and smooth, ",800.Call ,
yu111.555. w p..tlq ....... p..
John II. HaleAT ..11 w.wis, s._ .11I .M N1.rd I. Iw YOU IIAVI anything' to am6r : i
and Investigate neat bar-
I 0 .wrM lOW p* tw. COIfCRETt BENCHES with It dots: need 1 Vlail .
.n4 a.l l rf satSwPt <
WITNICred. mr Mal lain In town. I
rolCELAINIZmQ"nIICA I *l Slant, DSd. CmMr, FlwM h"'$ back and seat, I ft long, the Swap Shop. V* buy attat.irewet I
/I 0 Ihlo too *./ Ol A*-rt P.10"ILANTOIf.. for your lawn, garden or b.rbecul'IUD. 1. R. BIVIJ In good condition, stoves i
"j FVCHS HEAL ESTATE nOMGINILtL W. tJoou"" h... Ph. McHugh, 783-7. I blocks: from bant let boxes, eta. The Swap ahoy
C .- ra. e* 441-2711. o fA... II. N. Ina. s! P. l...l (I2-28)) S2T & Flat r Av*. Homestead

REPAIRS IN THX CIRCUIT eons t roll TIJX Phone .$f
0 ulh ..UOICIAI. I !* roe eIlJ.) Wafrfen Morris ,
A COMPLEtB IItIMdR.TO- DAD* IXHIHTT, Mxiailia. .IV acre high and dry pin land I

.1 BUMFER SERVICE: If. t 11I11.antics CUSHION or RHtmrr LAW PALEFRR barge J rol' north with you ofJtomestead.will on prlc Ph Registered Real EsUU BrokerI ) Hoar, 8'Mtn( j "rnd 'ftohniniAiphdlt ; .

0 ONO HOKXINS ..4 McHugh, 783-R. ((12-28)) bow bllYtl'f for smell trapl \ and rubber tile. Phone
} for it while BUDGET PLAIN IF DKSIRtD: 10.""'" AROOUHO flalnttff. of glade land, alw buyer for IS?W. (mchltti'

ellI Pay PAY AS YOU DRIVK.WRECKER saves L colic, prfrlulMitMotln ' 20 hive bee and related beekeeping 100 A. potato land.I _
e b Mal? taws SMS_......*<.H.M4M "' equipment, some new, >$ S. ...... AT. ph. Ill SEE ALEX LANIER for .*0 I
SERVICE W TlrlM .. o drilling Comer Krome av*.
< ( the ab MiM Care Kim very reasonable Phone 204-J.
I .you. -use it! 0 I.raw MTUIn H'.had-. .MM.*JaMk. Cmrt I I. a AMoUM, _*l..n-I. (pall) I LARGE hive buyer UNFURNISHED for Small tract and NE. 10th it Phone 531-W.,

.n pllrrrt. sat a r MUN L Cued 'I house, $60 mo. on )or. cohtractfcenj. !
I Iha.
Bird Chevrolet Co. w'lnM Bl.lnllff, nnnnn* t (;' dwH tW Beautiful potted begonia, lultablf I WANTED
upon UM rallowlnc for gift Also sultanss. Mr. I W. Morris.BEAUTIFUL
., "TJS'll Hit II. Park >. PdbkN! Maud Chandler, Silver Palm dr,
In N. Enema Are. a Pot.(....rrU.Hi'IIIhl.. _AMIIkHl. .wwM 1. Onm rirt second: house west of Tennesseerd Wanted to buy-Smalt concret 3

Homestead, Fla. Hook 40. ft. ... Publlt RMvrMDtt Ph. 447-J-l. ORCHIDS milsbl! mixer. Slit condition and price.
" Fb.... II Cramr. Kk'>'''. ... R. Qulndon, Rt 2, Box 488, homestead ::1
. lot' .. ...>t".>... I. lOt'. a |M.1! lMr. at all time Homestead Floral
( o .. .t II .>!<.. A. M al WHII r....ittoor and Gift Shoppe, 122 N.W. 4th it, (28tf) .,

f.] No aced to j fuett whether! "high, low or medium' if the right! beit 22 Year With iM 1 Ml uf< Cart 14 wli How 51 p.k15 Miami Ml I':will 7 :drw IM tl shale and I geed brood ....... car 2nd av*. (alIt) :
No need to depend Oil fixes tenperiture iHrhm: kl4 Vr. l'r wk tk 51 saNN4le" J. It Bevl, 2 Mock frem bank.FLOOR NOTICE :
Chevroleta .tor. *M>rlbW pr.ntl
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It for th at tuHtl' MM. CONCRETE BLOCKS, all sires City Council will meet eid i *
Switch ppw
fn 'Infinite control b( th* full Vad-Spees sires .
you ritrv Bruce' Block .
evil sad tnU.DM Co., Naranja! Fl* Monday at M. through August
,'| (Mlptritur* from simmer to siulel not Just J, f, of 1. Heat Did< .AlKllM l 'M *.T.p IM........,.. SANDING and FINISH Phone 573.Homestead. to lit a.1 aPB of Equalise i
,?' comet on Ik. power in your car when you step on the tccelcritor . JIMMYsULUYAMY 1 INO Install oak and pin floor, tlon to receive complaint and .
the twitch. Thsi'i results to New Royal Portable twrift. h,4. Cm'{ asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum. GIiii
smoothly gradually n you turn why art tr I O BRISK: Co-Olss* for equallr the l>4t tax roll.
superior, foods M temptingly delicious when prepared on *n L&H. 0 uo.nytII. ; Dy ph. Jil-Wj nlhtallT.W.BUDiED all purposes. W* do steel end CITY OF HOMESTEAD II
.. :f. ... ..v/.. I. IN.iFiu.
Othe\ feiturel to delight you a e oven .it big enough for *n entk* Convenient. term* to students! fA. L glaring and gluing of an1peL\ R. E. Edwards City ClericAug.

, t lieu cooker liEu up to form extra unit, smokeless broiler, lutomatic No.1 I Portable typewriter choKclviotld'l .a NN N N..N N.L 201 N. Krome. Phone ITS. 8, 12, 19. 28, l

I pine. Contrd for oven, cooker, ippbinc outlet and one lop unit. Scat truly modern portable typewriter I I t ;: Leonard ;kt; CITRUS, V41)i
Sturdy-built to last for I '
yean /pYPdse ta *nGLASSES
"THI RANGE THAT MAKES GOOD COOKS BtTTIft1 Only the new Royal Portable.has all then ran.s sad Ia.s.IM .d 1
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realm FLOW
"MAGtC" Missal II*.
"ACER. MARGIN. RAND I :1141 N. E. 1st Bt, Ornamentals *f all klads.CALKINS'
Payments as low as KIR BON CHANGER TOUCH CON- :, Pwbtalr Ale CnlHlmlPHONE I
( rROL."Plus more feature!Come I L 2-SHI i
$JvU la and III many I ................................II .
,. ,\i week as* Easy P-Yll1Cnllum. I Sunny Grove Solar )Heater, Vcntllatlnr Fan t

Free estlm tfl on hew construction :.

: Homestead Office Supply! 1FREE NURSERY! and repair and maintenance of old :

.1 Benson Electric I IS E. Mewry, Ph. 182 Hurricane Charts S MX PRONE West of MI-W Florid City roofs. aJ.

1 Call M for wlbd direction I'J.

1 I Your Dependable Appliance Dealer TYPEWRITER JONES .w. .i: 7. :a.VenullPDAI.** .....'. for Sail J. H. Montgomery Roofing Co. hc.. .. s slit

I Oldest : )In the Redlands. of Chart*.
I Ave Maer!**. Cent Cable, Phone .-..u-u.uu :
Princeton, Fla. Phone 442. Cae <. yew work a* well and at Overseas Bait & Ataa OAT5 6LINp? rr s
reasonable a* aayene. Why spend QVAUTT BEGINS WITH 'tUE I
r aarASKIr ;; J
Taut sneney out of ...., Keep It Tackle ShopS. .
hems sad welch Homestead or 1CTOL"M
(row. i
AU snake* *f typewriter A / AWMf You Kreas Av. E4 PaeetU A0lR : I)

I t GIFfEN ROOFING COMPANY peaihl e.ld sad reMlred. r5wwl.. I

t New portable 'typewriter and If at* Net aeewe M Ox A51Swaa
t >).-:lik>Uwr. S.*. ki*<
; adding .-cllmll.u . has..movM Rhodes'Garage i
Roofing of AU types address Ia .It,. er b :
I work guaranteed Eitlmatc juM.twain Wtto*_* ..,.ash..ptr1114 Need :
Iw local
Solar Water HeMfcri given fre*. .......... M Ooo* in", kv Ma try Its When You J... t. 8tfc _t. *n4 M AVfc, ;, !

I ,J Sheet' Metal Work a l4 Thw|lady.tM*>M s.rwifclof k aimplr.kl N M rail s"bvx>rrut*,IT lie W.I.yew N-. A Haircut ot: xWHFRS (to.rt U Cluaklwf al Oosimerc Bl Ui;) ...

I Air Conditionlnr r. o. Bx 121 aan..e.ehate.MNM .. ." ..... MWelcome Shave I' CAN p GET AUTO TRDCKI8AC10R REPMtfflfi
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f Ii Fan Ventilaiion .. Phone, 11B-U,' . . ttalnhl _-, .r.w. 184 ART TS DlVOaIw Expert Weranaaabli OaaraaleedPhorte
'{ Wat Sets -- .18.

Insulation Kluunpee (Meditated) _. 1J8 9115 (NIkL145-M) :

I : Mrs. Geraldine Gadway Facial Pack TieBkaaa NO JOB TOO' SMALL - NO. ,101/TdO: WO :
Jj 1J Fk. 8S8-J HMSMdeadWHEN
Free Esdaatei i Masse, teea. ) tie sftADVrLOKIDA ..

i Address ne c-.taau. Facial tNTali i Phone 511WPh. .
Ii8 Aracea A.. till
Ceral Ga't .na. 4151 it. 1i i

.... I [ IN NEED, CALL ON US. H.&aclle 'I'rta SN 1 !

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Homestead Loan Co.

I M ea. IhS. it li.i ii the. MM BtlSfl'S ttWI Marks s

.,.Awn a ate COYitlnniaw. t ti ", ;.. '', BarberShop + Aml>1 sf f'

n W c4 1n5 ,. .. ., 4205 N. Krome Ave. Phone 113 . ,
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OP.. car Mall Creiali 1

lowi' Collateral Loans-fftOO to $300.00 'hdir1270 Homestead, Fist _)i''


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Page Eight .___ _ u__ __ __ ___ _ HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday August 26. I94s.
MltcheU and Freddy. t+.'ur e Bruce Batchelor Enters ago. after Using Hi Akron, O.. f
STARS ''V ALLOPIITCIIELL pitched for the Sure, luau I 'Building BotineH Here ,...... he and lilt family .1'1 AladeIn.llomesltadReadyMixed
struck out II and ThMMM struck toHomtttaexl
IN out seven intranet Into construction work Mr. Betahdor! was bi sharp of Fried ChickenAT Concreteand
k-ere If aimaunead by Brut nstovetion d tht recent addl-
Hremier Complete atehetor who hat bean onfafad tine to Hit maat of Htmeatead
PLAY-OFF TILT Haslc Officer Course In business in Miami Mr and Presbyterian Church ITS BEST
Mrs. Balehelor and their children. Concrete Blocks
Homestead Atl-Stan wallop Onset Lakae, III, At*. M Donna Dean and Bruce Jr., make Hot lliscults, tool'Pasco's !
Mitchell Hardware 11-4 WeM*. Leonard Brtmler of Homestead, their home at 1M N. W lit* at IHI FORD d 4-DOO -. Oepalat ed Immediate Delivery Anywhere
day night to play off TueadaysMbinmc 11L, successfully completed the 111 Homestead eel bleat MW seal
lie The Mara piled up I Ian Inaugural bade count in the Mr, Batchelor was graduated, avers and dear paaeta Farm House Restaurant Concrete Supplies Inc.
tifht-run lead In HM tint two' Ned reserve officer candidate tom. Homestead High" School I
InnUigs. Freddy Furlu hit a two.' tmgmtn+ ut the Davil training" where he was active in basketball BUD CHEVROUT CO. 313 N. Flatter Ave. Homootcad
run homer In the flrel frame and: Station In Newport. K. I. and athletics and he attended. theUniversity rbeae N
John Yudlmky alashed I homer Upon successful completion of of Florida Two years I HomesteadWailt _
with the baR empty. i I the advanced June ha will be J
la Tuesdays over-Xtni' time, offered an en'Ignj commission In(I ,.
Herman Thomai pitched for the United Stales Naval Rellft'Yl.I I .


s a I i iWhen. ..w5wturr to Build Home ?

you Join Crat Aunr's, 1N IIIOSI a
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real Shul" Pout Bade. tin
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I'WIt gnamtod' Look tf Ct..I .,,.a b WE DO THE RESTTHRU
I :Away;FI1Vc""Brand.M. .leathcf! I
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... teatata your rfnk whit a fmlnc, atrrannnedKilchenaldtt" I Ie

"'lied,U*>p and, dlik storage and with| apao vegetable and-n> .tln.spray porcelain, well.pknneddrawer erase I I H..0. BAR B: E R.r : i

.... .', .....eje* your, worLn) ( ices with a eontlauoua. I II
I ;a'; '" sweep temode5ng.of table-top.b Dett.. Easy to&Install without : .

,. Ute jrout wall apart with aparlooa,eonventrat nbtants > f. .
that match. tht other wells aad fit perfectly] laany w ,)> Ned '
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Scow 1 la today' look Vm ever. General '
COlltractor---Licensed' and InsuredResidence ::

and Office: Avocado Drive, between Roberts Rd. ,and Seaboard Railroad

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