The Homestead leader

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The Homestead leader
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Homestead leader
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Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Sunday)[<1926>-]
Weekly[ FORMER 1923-<1925>]


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Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
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Ceased in 1931.
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B.E. Archer, editor.

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The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 :;/ r

FRIDAY, JULY I, 19..9 Price 6 Cenu


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EXOTIC FRUIT I I Key 'West Wins Golf Tournament 17I -&, YEW FISH FRY SET
FOR 6 P.M.

14 Miles of Cape Sable Beaches I I Pro Offers to Teach Youngsters Free ,

TO BE SEEN AT I Twenty-three visiting Key Weal and Redland high school students NO, :
golfer debited local players 17 I II offered by .. E.: McLaughlin, WAITING IN III PROMISED

to 6 Sunday In the first inter- club pro, on Tuesday and Friday ;
mornings of each week, he announced -
And Fishing Village of Flamingo club tournament to be played at ,

MANGO FORUM I I I the and new Country Redland Club.District Competitionwas Colt HALL GAMES AFTERNOON NIGHT

II holei of match play In PERSIAN LIME ,

foursomes. The Homestead nov. I

for Park Persona who hive unusual fruit lees, whose club juiit opened for i A mammoth of Fourth
Be display
Soon to Acquired are Invited/ by County Agent ChutH play In February were outclassedby JUICE CONTENT County Trucks Spray I of July firework w'lll climax the

Steffanl) to exhibit It at the the Key West veterans who To Control Mosquitoc\ .
annual Mango Forum to be held I hive hid a club in operation since STUDY TO BEGIN ? holiday flan fr> end double-
1923 County spray truck began header bill game to be staged
Wednesday it Miami Edison Hlsh
Flamingo, tinfishing village After the matched which were spraying the grass along the roadways Monday by Arrant-Smith V. F.

I located In the Everglades National Post Office Husinesses School tJOl N. W. Second ave followed by in enthusiastic gallerv Doyal Tlmmons, economist! of Wednesday to control mosquitoes W Port, announces Commander

Park area, and 14 miles of Cap IDEAL SCHOOL To Close on July FourthThe Miami it the exhibitors ire unable the vlalton were entertained, the Florida Agricultural Extension reports County Com mi.j .- E. B. McOarrahTh .
to tttend the forum, they by the local club at dinner in the Service, will be at County j, sinner Preston B. Bird The trucks
Sable beaches will) become a part Homestead post office may bring the fruit to. Mr. Stef- Parkway Agent Chas. If. Steffanl' office!I Mill cover the entire are and if first clash between Crlm'i

of the park upon passage by the be dOled all diy on Monday, July Unl's office or to Mrs W. J. Free Instruction for Homestead, today to begin a study of the', the ground spray program Is not All-Stars and a top Key West

senate of I bill authorizing park SITE REPORTON 4, In observance of IndependenceDay I Krome for delivery, Juice content of Persian limn I effective, spray planes will be teen will be at 4 o'clock In the

acquisition of the 143,001 acres of announces Postmaster S. E Among the fruits sought for din from tree!.to consumer. ''pressed Into service, he says.I'KEYS city ball park

Livingston. There will be no I play ire my of the innonis any 36 GIVE BLOOD I The stile-wide two-year project '' -
outlying lands, Park Superintendent A small charge will be made
liveries by cither city or de-I of the capotes, ..pod ilia.. Interesting of compiling the Juice-con
Dan Beard said yesterday HIS. SAYS carrier The only. Incoming varieties of fusses, early AT tent data I la sponsored by a committee I II EXPECTINGLARGEST for the 6 o'clock fish fry In Homestead. -
The bill, H R No. 4020, was to be distributed will be that I varieties of avocados, and other j originally set up by FlorIda Municipal Park to help

passed unanimously by the House I addressed to post office boxes I'tropical gruils, Mr. Steffcnl siys Tropical Growers Association I': I pay for the more than 1300 worthof
Outgoing mall will be collected There Is effort to promote legislation to raise the' CROWD\
on Apr. 13, and la now waiting] a special being ROUND-UP fireworks, There will be no
The 21-acre campus of the and dispatched on the regular'' made to show early avocadovarieties. DEREK II I I sales standard for fresh fruit
Senate action.Commercial. schedule. I from the 40 |'I waiting In line and there will bean
| minimum
Homestead elementary and high Sunday I j present pef JULY WEEK-END\
tithing on I us- schools Is an Ideal school site In I Local businesses, also, will be'' Mr Steffanl, Mrs Krome and Tlility-ilx gave blood at th.1' cent Juice cont nj( to 42Vt percent abundance of well-cooked flth

h tamed yield basis will be permitted for cloned for the holiday 1 1MRS. S John Lynch, professor of South bade Blood Dank round-up report Chairman Luther L. : hot coffee, huah puppies, baked

on Florida Bay and the a wholesome atmosphere in applied tropical botany of the >poiiKoied Tuesday bj' the homestead -I Chandler I i j The largest holiday week-end beans and col* slaw, Mr. MoQirrah

Gulf coast, Mr. Beard said. FishIng educational program, say the report i University of Miami ire on the Elks lodge t < supply a Mr. Tlmmons expects to spend crowd. ever gathered In the faI sty.

la the sole Industry of Flamingo of the school evslustlng variety committee, and Dr. Francis critical shortage In the bank re- several days hen In contacting)I moss Florida Keys' history is The flrewoiki
will be
occupied by acme' SOO committee which mid a comprehensive WHITAKER\ B. Lincoln of SubtropU'ilExperiment serveAuiating I shippers and growers who will be predicted for this weekend within
fishermen and their families who survey of the assets and Station It on the membership at the round-up were asked to keep record of on-the- the (0 to 100 mile ton of the held after the night games between

live In weatherbeiten stilt houses. committee Mr and Mrs Robert Perkins,, tree and picklng-hous test of third annual Florida Keys' Summer the All Start and the

'The .14 miles of shell-collecting shortcomings of the schools here LAID TO REST! The exhibit of maitgo varieties Mm I J. D, Perkins, Mrs Stanley I I the juice content. Mr. Chandler Fishing Tournament Conch on the city ball field.. .
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r belches, some eight miles from and In Florida City during the under The direction of Mr. Lynch Roberts. Claude A Campbell, exllted "Y" I j The Keys have ('gon all-our"I

Flamingo, are described by Mr. week of May 20-28. Mrs. Martha lane Wbllaker. ",.Ill Include 111 available Intrc* \ ruler of the Elks, and Mrs.)1 I to make this a record-breaking

Beard us among the most remote The report, of 21 mimeographedpages wire of Joel K Whltiker, died duced varieties and a great many W. J. Krome and W. E. Rhenay1ol GOES ON MANlDVltS; I four-day period from Friday DP PLACEMENT

and unspoiled In eastern North was received by Principal June 23 it her home on E. Campbell fine Florida varieties which hay the blood bank committee The,I !I through Monday, says Ev Fowler,
America E. B Blackburn shown themselves particularly, donors were served fresh orange Members of Co. rive, 211th Infantry 1
last week from dr. after a long Illness. The I I I general chairman. Toe chief re-
Of the 1)0,185 acres of parkland the' committee headed by four Rev. J. E. Jenkins officiated at well. adapted to Florida conditions I Juice in addition .to the regular I Florida National Guard,I I qulrimenl besides use of rod and ADVOCATED AS '

on the mainland,' 412,042 expert from the college of educations funeral services Monday afternoon The exhibit In the patio will light refreshment j will entrain tomorrow for two I 1..1. Is that the catch be weighed

acres were donated by the state, j faculty of Florida State In First Methodist Church, open at 10 o'clock aid It will remain After the round-up all members weeks of summer maneuver st I at one of the 23 official weighing
4,000. by the University It school open continuously until I of the staff of worker wereluncheon Fort Jackson, 8 C Capt Raymond ROTARY PROJECT
acres were given coven: plant. and Turner Funeral Home had -1 I stations between )Homestead anti :
'rl Federation Women's Instruction o'clock that night guests of the Elks.Mrs Voss 1 I. commander, .
,lda oL curriculum and charge of burial In Palm Cemetery Marathon i*.

Clubs and 114.111 acres were I course*.of study, pchool 1 admtnli- in NaranJ The program will begin In the i HW* of the Florida Key trio 'Th* placement of disputed

'Rrw. ......... .llt wl'" >> Be.1'd Active : wel'lll.NI1.l auditorium at to:30 end continue l\1rsJV.\ e.KromeJalks( Manos tournament want the holiday pr4rH from' the DP Vamps of {
'W.lp'\e'tlrnT.15r'a': J'.,. 4 unti,)4.30 uh far Junj; ;: U.c."ltlrkwood r *ena s" [ ...-rAt '.MWFa'btoclohiMjisbigt ttt .. Elttrfl rto ,.eommunltissr

perk acquire till to all the lands 'Sailplane Enthusiast J. R Brothers. Fielding A. Doth exhibit and program lire: Meeting\ of Sorbptimist Club qualnted and compel tog<< 'thisweekend's rtBntrp iiBerln pwug7e -o5 then.'.
within it* boundary. be points I open to the public but a email fee needed
Ruff and W. C. Carmlchael Honorary I special 1 prima is well calling ore wa suggested
but Soar at Homestead Base 1 pallbearer Included Postmaster Is chirged I a.hI more than $ ,000 worth of .. a worthwhile group or Indl.

S, E. Livingston\ Mayor T The ninth annual Flotilla Mango W J. Krome, mango exIwrt plexlon It his little or no fiber, over-all awards't said Mr, Fowler I virtual project In wire-recorded

Decision h PostponedIn of Walter Weiss Is one of a number I' E. Kirby, D. K. Bitch, J W. Con- Forum will take on an International -I tummarUed mango varieties and, tree-ripened as it must be, ', address heard Wednesday by tli*
Milplan enthusiasts air in Its
Nudist Camp Appeal who have ner and J. H. Killen prosrnm as and their qualities fur the Sorop It Is sweet, spicy std melting Since the May 15 opening' more Ifomesleid Rotary Club.
based at Homestead Army both the new and the old weldwill
Usually Salgoni ran be eaten than :310: persons from five years The address, made to Incoming
Survivors Include ,
Air Field for a be native or tlmlxt b11
week-end rlnl.Elpecl.lly represented A Club of Homestead at its
Decision wa reserved Monday Mrs. Lewis Tat of Homestead, person who get that horrid 'man of axe to 7B Y..Ir" have regite -- president and secretaries of
by the board of appeal l in the case active In the group IIfouryear end a sister l Mrs. H.. R Wilson bf India, Jehanglr Contractor, a luncheon In the Farm House go poisoning from the Indian and red worthy rittlies bidding for southern Florida Rotary at their

of Mr and Mrs J. Reed Suplee veteran Frill Compton, Homestead graduate student in the college of Monday, the Ink! meeting "before turpentine varieties. citations, prices, awards and trophies recent district assembly. In New
; I
who seek reversal of the countyeommluion Eastern: Air Line flight captainfor I agriculture; horticulture departrrient With more limn a duxestournament Smyrna Beach by Bishop Henry
Mrs. Whltaker born an eight-week reiM 'There I Is a common belief thatSaigon
the ten was on
past years and national of the University of Florida ;
s rejection of their : records set and four Loiittlt flf Went Palm Beach was
) vice-president of the Soar "Aug 12, 1874, in'Toomaboro, Ga, will speak on the mango In India She also showed choice varle 'come true to seed bull I I"'l
application for I toning and buildIng world record catches now filed by President! Henry
Ing Society of America j''where she was married on V.Ientlne' ' This will be of unusual) mteresus t lies, cut them In the necessarily so' If I Saigon I
permit for a nudist camp near approvedmanner for approval the entries range !Prldgen of the Homestead club
seed has five
Member. of the of 1893 The family sprouts, four will be
Tamlnml SnarIng Day the has been propngHtec
Florida City, After reading of alegal mango and served them on the little I I of the but from one and a half ounces to who attended the assembly The
Club organized moved to Homestead in 1921 and time copies parent tree
at Tsmiamj in India from very early :
ruling which gives the commission half shell j 134: pounds. wire-recorder was loaned for the
Air Field, three or four of the air I established the grocery tore al and has reached great perfectionthere to everyone present the fifth my have for the pollen I
the final word In controversial by Justin of the PeenVeron
A purpose
jockeys keep their sailplanes at the corner of W. MVor( st andS featuie of the day was the parent that lusty linden growing member
toning matters, the board the local field for greater convenience -: W. Second ave which they operated The new world will be represented presentation of a Soropllmm close b,. If, when Number Five' Turner, of thelasl

voted to postpone action until a Mr Weiss says.; The until |1143. In 1947. the I by Dr. Wilson Po|>enoe, plaque to Mis Lena Link for suits It has pink cheeks and e 412 GROWERS i club \ himself
study of the ruling had been : Episcopal hop Louttlt
i gliders weigh about 460 poundaempty I couple held open house In honorof director of the School of Pan outstanding club service The suspicion of turpentine, you have .
offered Ue
mad and their anniversary which Is presentation aluo was made by: e new variety and can right away I ) I a service
carry one or two passengers. fifty-fifth wedding American Agriculture\ TAKE I PART IN of
Some 20 local people attendedthe Mrs I Iromm..nt Ms office end that of the
To take off, the sailplanes This year 111 health near Tegucigalpa, Honduras Dr I who Is service chairman name It for yourself. And here a
in the courthouseto Florida Council of Churches In
hearing .
I towed by ulomobllei I forced limited observanceof Manual Mrs Jennie Battle of the about this matter of
Ire by only a Popenoc Is the author of "A ,
to establishment aiding or Individuals innegotiating
opposition Miami groups
express means of 300-foot ropes which the day. Until they moved I of Tropical FrulU' which l is club was a special .ut' t. Names: I FARM PROGRAMFour
of the Mr. who I for placement of displaced -
camp I "You auk If It la true that "When finds III
mangos a
the home'on E :
I pilot drop becomingairborne I recently to the new after many editions still the standard -
flew from Palmerton Pa., for the .r'k I persons. One of the conditions
The aloft Campbell dr. Mr. and Mrs reference for Information and poison Ivy are related; worthy new seedling In his backyard ,
hearing,, wai represented byHomestead by skillful use of rising air current :. Whitaker lived It I S W, Second concerning many fruits now said Mrs Krome. "The answer Is or where the trash pile uedto I hundred twelve is that In no person for will whichthe
Attorney Vernon I that both belong to the be h melodious I County growers ire expected any Job
*. at. "' growing in Florida. Dr Popenoewill family does give It a
Turner County Commissioner Anacnrdlaieae. as do also the name* ''Certainly not. Knowingthat take part In the 1949 agriculture DP person ll sought Bishop
Preston & Bird stated the case of 1 not be able to be present. cashew which conservation according I Louttlt cited the dearth of phyil
I ,
( ha* plenty of (Pits boon to the world will program
will be read by Dr.
the commission. but his paper I to J. R Brooks, chairman of the dune In one section of Florida as r ran
School Board poison, itself
Richmond the
Opens Camp I H. 8. Wolfe, head of the depart- even ) spondias and reflect fame upon him a* thepriginator Dad Agricultural Conservation I I example where.. a trained and I II
our Brailllan
tree (with little aid from
Lt. Archer Specializes For Boys, Girls 9 to 15 Years of Agefirst ment of of horticulture Florida and of the former University with the lovely red pepper Christmas nature, In be sure I ) h* quickly I I I Committee About half the "outofpocket" I community educated DP need person, and could he fill said a
cost theprogram
decorations U provided by
calls \
At Walter Reed Hospital I head of Subtropical Experiment It Butts Pugh or
Mangos all belong to the "E. Q. Wilkinson, late I In alalst.RC' In the form there doubtles are many other
Homestead.Also genus
Lt !Ben; Lester Archer, eon of! Sunday Is the opening date ol' served Application may be Station the morning program Manglfera and most of the cultivated was the exception to G.lIallh.r'l of materials, services or financialaid volda that could be similarly

'MD and Mrs. Ben Archer of the six-week summer camp for' made by nailing Ted Bleler, supervisor I (Continued on on Page Two) forms are considered as Invariable rule. His I ,, Mr. Brook explains. Th filled

Homestead, today begin I residency boy and girls between the ages !' of physical education at belonging to the single species Aroma tree ire to be I farmer pay the other half, plus
: In Internal medicine at of nine and 15 too be operated by the school administration build I Manglfera Indlca, though Popenoe and there as reminder of the any necessary labor and transportation Youngsters Sign Today

Walter Reed hospital In Washington the county school board at the ing. Telephone Miami 82-1311. Elks Ledge Cues Show 1 quotes Blum si saying that probably Judge' pride In his seedlings and, cost For Recreation! Program

0 C., where he has Just com- former Richmond Naval Air Base Some 20 Homestead children At Veterans' Hospital other species have entered perhaps his sense of smell Fragrance Under the 1948 program, 338

pleted his Internship near Rockdale, now the University registered for the camp when application Into their composition About 41 I Is plant patent lit and I growers protected and improved Boy and girls of the slx-to-ll

Lt. Archer is a graduate of the of Miami south campus blank were distributed A one-hour program of local of the genus Mangifera are handsome, pleasant mango their land by adding 710 acres ,."n-of-..* group will be registered -

school of medicine of George Th campers may enroll for before the close of school. talent was prevented for patientsof recognized by botanists, and "It seem to me that It dims the of pasture, mowing. or chopping from Vim. till 12 noon

Washington University in. Wash from one to six week at ,$20 a Dick Robert, dean of boy at Pratt General Hospital Coral Popenoe describes eight of them romance of this lovely, historical 7343 acres of pasture, seeding today: it the Homestead and Red-

ington. week, on the basis of first com, Kinloch Park school camp director Cables Wednesday night under In his manual. fruit to call It by .in every-day OJ8 acres to legumes, and applying land cummer playground

--- --- , will be .ajiUted by 22 the sponsorship of HomesteadElks "The forms originating in Asia, nsme. True, some of the Indian 72,181 pound of manganese Because Monday I I. the Fourthof

trained oo\inlor selected from Lodge, reports Claude A usually called the Saigon and appellation are not too poetic, oxide, 11,712 pounds of line July, a national holiday, the

Womanless Wedding Entertains Lions I the county' teaching staff Th Campbell, exalted ruler. Cigar Philippine types, differ from the .s ltnerl Bath, Bottle, Oapalbog, phate, 2.119,147 pounds ,of 20 slx-wetk play program will beginon
I boy end girl will be housed in ettes were presented to the bed Indians which have. been brought end Klasenhog but Salamar, Sin- cent uprphosphte, end 'UI-I Tuesday. Session will be held

In Program Staged by llembers'Vives\ separate building under 24-hour patients.Don to Florida. However, when w* gapur and Mangalor reek withromans. pounds of 90 per cent potash from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., five day

supervision of,the counselors. LYon presented] magic say that Multfnh.. n.ko.i, n?..>.. I definitely favor names .**k.
I Recreation will \Include; dance. tricks, and th.- Southern Sere- lrid Ben -tl-; Alphonse' ;; 'ire t typl." i ph.edwl Imagination for- the TilEVEATIIElt A special expanded program el t
A womanles wadding was the slippers, and carried I shower local youth orchestra, I
games, movies, out-door sports naders. cat Indians, "* are left In a bit US new" varieties now under observation Homestead will offer recreation,
highlight of I riotous ,program bouquet of violets. Her maid of and daily swimming. instruction played .several! selections. Plano of a quandary when someone 'In Palm Beach, Broward used Has.1.1.I .l I .... |liar. handicrafts, arts, manual training

directed Tuesday night by the honor carried a funeral piece of at Matheson Hammock. Camperswill numbers were played by Chas. observes, 'Sandersha came from and Did counties. June S3 89 71 2997022 library, bend, -chorus, baton '

wives of member of the Redland red gladioli to complement her participate In dramatic and Helger ai well 'as the accompaniment India, but 1I.n'\ I bit like those "The 'Florid mango that we June I. 90 71 2998 twirling and Instruction in. string
green frock and red accessories,' Writ for a weekly newspaper for Mr. Dexter Home, you say are typical. hear about are ones that hiv I June 21. _89 71 1012 music. I

District Lions Club under the and the flower girt In red which Will chronicle camp actlvItie soloist Stanley Wlttkop sang to The Indians (Mulgoba, Pahert! been developed through the findIng June 21L. 89 72 3012 At Rtdland, music and folk '

leadership of Mrs. Cecil Dodd dotted swiss frock and a picture *. A registered nurse will be I piano accompaniment played by and the Alphonse-type fruits) of chance seedlings or the June 27 90 87 2007 dancing will be offered in ddt-

Mr. Dodd was the blushing hat scattered petals from; a red on 24-hdur duty, and I physicianwill Mrs Wlttkop. have established a standard of planting of wade of the Imported:, June 28.. 91 8J ,'0.00 I lion to girl and boys' sport activities
bride E.: A. (Shorty) Roberta theInUmidated basket The soloist 1J'etII' I
wore a make regular morning call perfection unattained to fir by vtrletie Between 1189 and 19)7 June 29._ 91 87 2991034 I .
bridegroom; Rudolph formal, corsage red Announces ---
a roses and Visitors will be welcome at the Dr DeMilly Florida
any the U S. of
varieties though I willsay Agrlculure -I
the toting
Gasman caddie oxfords. The minister wore camp from 1 to 4 o'clock Sunday Clinic Dates that ill the adverse criticismof made ever 100 introductions.Some .
Anti-rabies )
father of the bride; John R. I frock coat, handlebar mustache afternoon Haden Legion Junior Twirlers Play Conchs
Graves, best men; M. t: Potter and ten-gallon hat by: us 'ex peril' hain't were worthiest some were 'I
Dates and location of the annual dampened the ardor of the duplicate and did not
person many survive
JrT gum-chewing maid of honor; Corsage were presented toMrs. Saturday and Sunday Field
anti-rabies clinic were announced who eats this handsome Mulgoba- but you can say we got off
Gear W. Turner, flower girl; W. Turner the '
a* mot recent The
Homestead city council: will yesterday by Dr. John child from ..
our own Coconut to I good liarWh. the seedIng -
J:. Rice, soloist; and A. D. Smith. bride, and to Mr. E. J. Norman,
meet at I o'clock Tuesday night Jr. Grove I
W. DtMilly, J
the pirson. Before the ceremony: as the earliest bride. Instead of on Monday, Independence The Homestead clinic will be, regretfully And, that I will few admit hereabout, though started! began noticing to mango fruit everyone and now The\ American Legion Junior: Th local team, trained by

an array of violent-hued candles Lawrence Pope and Mrs. X W. Day, Sat' baseball team of Homestead and Coach LeRoy Sprankl of Red-
I held from I a. m. to 4 p. m. know these good old Indians, because literally mores of amateur horti-
on the Improvised slur was lighted Hutchinson won the prize in a urday, July II, it Dr. DeMiII,'. they do no) produce a* they ulturlcU would hang their heads Key West will. \ play on the city. I land School, will play the HarverSeeds
with flaming torch by Clarence hat-making contest directed by riarxirs TO' GO TO MEET office In his home, US N. W. Itthct. should Post team In the Greater
Mary Sue Alberteon'eWest In sham If they did not have onepromising diamond at I:30 Saturday afternoon -
Gray.: Mica Barbara Jean Smith Mrs Cowman. Mrs. Graves and C S. Phillip manager of Florida Homestead.A Miami League tournament at 7.10
was pianist.The Mr.*. Fielding A. Ruff lerVed Beech Mulgob seedling seedling.. called you- and 2:30 Sunday afternoon Tuesday: night at Miami Field. The
City: Stole Fanner Market Perrine clinic will.. be held at ,
bride, who sported big blue tail twisters; Mrs Nellie and )Ire. Phillip expect to attend which doe bear, i* utterly now-what ,i i"Haden A collection ,wUl, !be taken to help lean I II sponsored by the post
I m. July II In the rear ofO'Brtan'i delicious
p. : and
utterly unsung. wit th* first to Command with the Conch
ot the
cause braids, expense and by Overseas Motor COHOIIIIIte.cI ,
boa on flaming-red and Mrs. Smith, .* long a'i; the annual meeting of Florid
Restaurant\, and Gould.
I "The
Saigon la a mild, yellowfruit attention and \It I Is till first which John
are being defrayed by
whit.. satin rosebud and Mrs. Gray, )I. Ford Agency, which
wore I gown a* pianist marketmasten and official to beheld clinic, July 20 In Mlnkler
pack whose
Is it lovely In
beauty point of volume and .ppe.r.1) O Salley Post and local merchant -
furnished uniform
silver and
wreathed veil and Potter introduced the equip
guests. I July T to 8 in Jacksonville. log house. i character and not ill sallow como, (Continued on Pig mnt i


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Friday, July 1, 1949 r

____ __ __ -'IOME.STJAD : '
--- annual meeting, open to erty ."/ the forum I II( an rxhibju' i
The L 1 Herman It II years ago should-the way to serve the order the plnloi I'ifirtkoemmlttM I
IMMtMR"NII lrnIIllNllNMNl MRS. W. J. KRONEOenltnued found members. only wiehaa an" odthe ''
liberties wile To me a man* ti sikeeeritnenu
; growing baeati the Fleming j hem
LeaderEnterpriseThoughts ( from Peg One) I Novelty Works to Cut Grew cu| into ....1 *.. MM a i***.! frank Smathers Jr, at Miamiflledw of the ,**uitshI re/er

I Thy Gadabout te. Q really. estajathee! our I Mr Flawing. new long defwrta*. lotto lit lnldulity Soc>e DMeejtlalnu .KM chen .* earn-and pe aWK: eidiiblt! end Mt\et\ Her ,
ls..e.4 w. IndI'uhILMP 20 Years Ago paniti I'.alry"Iresb said the tree Cline from a Hadwnseed 'Why Ws } Ht tlk' I a fferttol nation et tta the use of the committee ,

a y fens; WMUng FeIn,.* Late. a seedling ef After may" trials M.Herman . = Iri.Pi are with' 'a a| mango nureeryeMn el supviiet r those< vela eU bin
. a.nder111a. wes the next to become has flnsjny sueceedsfl I 11\ any which may be ab- I
pr..... __. : mutation sheet
ieo L.IA ....... grower may arrangewith
TU f the
A" Y.wIM. FII? lor w a..u., pat kM .| ? a eommercUl success: Mary fruiting a number ol trees. Th "Irv,". Thomas In I pamphlet mango from Mr Stcflnm, r>r trop r I
r.idi.Ais. I M tWMT n.w In M* wee ............. ., for plod ,
cn.ylar. i .....w ...... n.. w rtk. .. l' (Mrs. T v.) )f< w m..w.d i..0... f..M/- A colored' man Hecekiah Brooks. tlonil he Krebs. All mange
u. toe, ..... eve n, tni. We stopped by the farmed quality says Finest Fruit Grown on the Fact exhibit win be the prop ."w! WBar1kJOwr ...- tea gYIMNe 1 owned fay Don's friend before w. who worked for the Moores M originated by Catherine. Krebs on of the Earth-Bar None', tells I the variety I
: asw IJw. i" u went to his home for tea. ThUfarmacls yean ago and still cuts their her Center Street home in Coconut way to prepare 'mango on the! .1 ,
......I.KACII,... IYnrdAUr Allmn I was like the one I vlste/ < lawns, raised the tree and when Grove, was shown at the Mmgtt half-nhell', He says: This require: i ft 11
a.... : ; IHIONIUIIIt'llmOlt ''UfIIlrlJIUII/DUtUnmnnUUIIIIUlW! / late at night&-very modent-*n the fruit peeved to .be tote-matur Tonttn lad year and will be RIw lle j It mold only drugs and fosmetlr, Ins and there was OMfequently a shewn and! tested again when best md most **g .way to
"A_ 'ellh -room Renaissance After the doctor checked ever hi. demand for H Judge C, C, CMUlngi . mango fane meet at the EdiaoHh *tf* manges. After you hvaUeed .. !
PATH lerlod resident! with .. emba employees who had Just returned ", orlh of Weal Patio Death Seihool on July S for their a mango or two. ;you will! .
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.. 1 _. I"'" I I arranged a contract wherehypropagiUiri ninth annual forum.
n.11 Jed lower 2f ft kig>t. If being from their alestas (an stores close alit the Iarl..tl1a1Nd. and ear r .
OqAjA i4 t.r &ir ,;,.... ,.. mm ftedland rd from II to I every afternoon), Ji, bed t. tit, IteaeklBha I "Whrtney la a Haden seedling tile,,'eull, tap bow the aced lleiIn
1 n,,,, I pr. .... en for PvenieValker accompanied us to his home a royalty This contract paid off which has long been under ob the fruit before cutting into it !
of Florid City, a retired II short distance from his afore until there were plenty of grown I I servstlon In Palm Beach County, Take a sharp kitchen paring //
iii..."icrn.s".d. ,I.. .111 lisle nonument manufacturer\ from A maid wearing a beiutlfu trees from which anyone could The parent tree U in the town of knife Insert It at the stem-end
ft...-"....U... Jaa I'1urItIo M, 1M nde gel th..,_ere .. 'fllb..1......, F.. ,Dealfner and hand embroidered apron was .t get buds.. The other day Hoarklah Lake Worth. of the fruit ea that It will be flat Close-out Specials I\

Y/na P. III" tipervlaln ceatrsetor U J, A. the door waiting for ui She a bit short of funds to go to his I "Alice, Herman and Thori are against the flat side of the pit

'fcNelll! of Homestead :, ," I opened the door, and we entered church convention, suggested to' among the named Saigon seedlings gradually turn the fruit around I-
the building through I veitlbul Mn. Moore that It might be I from the South Miami set keeping the knife flat ag'nsl' thtaeed II I
"Mlfi Miry Clntont and Jasper
on Graduation then went up a marble stalrwa good Idea to 'start the pld contract lion where Edward SllI1II'IOldlpl.nled cutting the upper half o* Dormeyer ,
Vlogna were married\ June I hi
and Into e large living" room which working again"Descendants ; cross-pollinated and delighted the fruit off the pit.' Then take Mixers \
he first wedding to be Electric
a, Aanle Mlyhew nUpalrkk 'I11IM'eI.Hean CatheUc perfermad Cberce." hid high walli and glass relllni of the Brooke In his. beloved Silgons. [ the other half of the fruit (the ,
Here we were welcomed by thdorter's hive 'become more' popular I than alt! half with the pit) and Insert the 1
School li "Sorry I can't tell you about 1j
overdiplomaunde) "John Tower hat returned totsilveralty family-hit wife, a ion the parent Fine Kcftls and Fas- 'knife under the pit and cut it Reg;. $37.60 j,
out, '" of Florida t. resume who wn an Interne at one pf the cells! cover many" acres, and Golden the new mangos (no. doubt I'denjoy pub Once you acquire this knack ,, I
Advice has barn lven-o>4 iIi work of Milling. InTUolofy," hospitals,. another IOn who wa Brooks Is being planted, as Is It more than you would), very little of the fruit will remainon reduced to | I
do not know them all J
but I
bye all Mid Announcement li being mad a' student and a daugbUr who Smith (Smith could be a laden the pit. These halve. can then
And now the optlmlutlc grads .f the marriage of Mlai Marian attended I, teachers' norms or a Brook seedling-the record have happy memories of mango be served and eaten with a spoon 5,00 :
collecting and observing trips to '
sea )0...., and Claude A. Campbell school. Isn't clear) as you would a cantaloupe'.
Are-i their own to choose th n Jan )JJ | 29. In fort lAuder- the formalities went Naples where Judge Wilkinson I
After we
,, : "That huge Anderson, pride and had gorgeous water lilies as well "I ant not Including the lest :
path "c.d.or ,
lie .It Into the dining room The large /Joy of Mrs. L ... Anderson of as noble palms and mangos at his sentence 'If you like Ice cream : "
courw, nil of them .t
hive the chance nc "J. E. Clot was named. than lclou, rooms with high piling.thrbugkout Miami came from a Suncleriha home only a few yards from the then serve them a la mode.: A I .. Il t\:\ ..
To gain a higher educsllor .lIor- omm.nder of the Home the republic of Ar- seed brought from Jamaica in QM All are gone since the October good mango stands alone"EXOTIC
Some toad Lodge<< of the Knlghti ,of genUne interested,Me very much 1920, eight years after Sandcr- 1044 hurricane flooded the
"1lhla., because they were tree from cob- shui were Introduced thereHooker .
with salt water At Pine .l
Who hive
II will not by I I'
The end li not yet. In profit "Mr. and Mrs. W H Rheney webs'and dust I never found out another that has mnmu'i Island near Fort Myers dear Mr FRUIT
tome yo how they clean the huh corners. features and. alas, her quality, li
to nd daughters, Vira and Ann, left and Mn Adams welcomed us to
comeSoml'whrre.sompllmll I
(Continued tOm rage One)
or McCormIck, 8. C, where Mr: The bengnel-adue table stood growing north ot town' huge
their breezy' atop a
rmve I meeting they wl 'honey will attend I state re- out In the renter '., the huge Ktltt. alia a Homestead offering I Indian noua'd John Lynchand will wce-dlrector be Dr. George In charge D of Ruehle Sub. Automatic Irons .$,6.95Were t
room issortmen ,
And discuss how niun uf the Rainbow DlvlilonIth dining with an look like Sundershn, but none I plodded through the rain H
tropical who
Experiment Station
which he served II months of beautifully decorated canapes.A .' , ( ) :
from right / > can be sure of Its nrental"Th. and countless billion. of mosqul i
Were thone high school I' a sergeint on the French big round cake,was topped with tree from *tilth the seed toes\ to tee, test and collect for theSubtropical will ipeak on fertilizer practice"for $9,60)I I Ii It
piophc mangos and Dr. D. O Wolfen-
.* I thick frosting of three different
ront tame was across the from Experiment Station
rips which rend '
were jarger, entomologist of the ala .
shades arranged in waves and Mrll'Keitt', but neglect, city Improvements of the Adams fruits Then i I
To them on that long, lung at! Mr. and Mrs Funk Webb will reminded of samples lon: who will speik on new
whirls that me I pictured :
tints dn' night are . for_ vsoatloa'in Georgia or storms hive removed to Bradenton where the Reason- pesticide materials for /Insects and t
The run dullurd had the divan , Mra. Itevo Webb will visit "hair comb haled It from the scene, era, J W Barney and the Esrles mites on mangos.The I
The Interne wit
mark elstlves In Hattlesburi Miss. young "Of the many Hadcn stcdlingsZill and Davlses have made mango ".
next to me because he spoke I afternoon will begin

and Llppeni are the best history, and to that t'Ordlalcent r I
Burled down worthy
deep nomewher 1 "Mrs. Frank Skill ,
little English'W, managed to get at 2 o'clock with a paper
In hli brain latron of: Ad Aura Chapter, O.' known and are found In largo of mango culture West Palm i i"I
and 'I leArned frost for
along nicely on protection .
very younr ', $3.95
And .,f commercial plantings, and Spring Beach, where an impromptu man- ,j
the t''" meteoric brlghtner } SH and Mra Lee It Lehman, many things frcm him, about the mango trees by David Sturrock ofWrt 1
Biased and Jaded never to glo I unlor part matron, were amonghe pros and cons of the new 10"- fell la another that has made go and lychee party held on the Palm Beach -" <
again honor luteti of.the Fortfcillas place for Itwlf."Delicloua street one summer day In 144 Cosco I''I
Even ao (hey will surely dlsrove : Chapter.," I ernment. One thing the, however young, and Krebs are In a caused the police force to wanderby This will be followed by a report All Metal '
doctorgot: across m. looking for the cause of the on chemical studies on fruit
Mont of them have managed t I "Mr, and Mrl O D Barker left was the need ot more doctors In way new-comers though both are mob maturity of the Haden mango by
grow i on a trip to Georgia ," I the Argentine, especially in therllral more than 25 years old Delicious Dr R. W Harkness of Subtropical KitchenStools
Into nice moot peopl for the first "A final remark a point
ordinary wan shown the public upon
is the
I "Mr and Nfl Dave Kufeldt are areas. This of tour. Experiment Station
That every one ofI( li gla time I it Mabel Dorn's tropical about which I feel strongly j
held In
I living for a vacation In Chicago. reason that drugglits are
Mr Steffunl of Homestead will
to know fruit party last Thursday Fred though there Is no reason why I $2-00
"Mr. Wllmer H, Castel li vidlfig -I such high esteem and called doctors give the report of the mango'arlety
In Sanford ,.* for they administer to the committee of the Florida I',

Benson Electric nail "Miss Thelma Redd returned sick when doctors of medicine Mango Forum He will be assisted (Unassembled) '1 1I 1o.
Vom Lander College In o..n.1 ire not/Avitlable. by Mrs. Krome and Mr. Lynch I

HOTPOINTAit1'IJANCEs sand s. C.. ," I who will present a paper describing display la ear wlndew kladly look fer.specials each week,. J
: 'Mlu Mubel Josephine Wise League of Women Voters. ," a few of the newer varieties,

Princeton Ph. Ill \and 0.0. r Ball of Homestead "Mr. and Mrs 8 B Rsyburnand Phil co Refrigerator i At the close of both morningand
we united In mirrlme , In children Once and Bruce afternoon sefsions an oppor- W. D. Home Co. Inc.
-- ... Pint Baptist Church of Miami have returned from Bradenton unity will be given those wishing ,

"Control of the water level In after I six-week l/ay.." Model 7(4-7.t r*. ft In addition /. freeser locker. !Shelvesadjustable te present questions to the FRANK L. SKILL, Owner
he East Glade farm lands by Mrs. Henry Carter of the peskers. 'This question period
onitructlon of locks In the extent School faculty plans to take ever twe ouches.On'y 111 be under the direction of Dr Hardware and Building: Materials\ ;, ftunty canals.Agent was Chal recommended. H Sleffenl"'by State graduate Teachera'Collag.wick J. education In Ockosh/ the' ;' ,' .' $' 52.50 'f Wolfe| tJ30, Michael I faccell' presl- f f1I4.i Jd on( 'J\te\ ) '!sell' fJ/t4t\Upftl1t./ \ i

n I talk for the Dude County i .-during the summer term." !lent of the forum, will call to

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I' )Friday, July 1, 194i) HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pg Three

t ) GEO. CRAWSHAW\ Cemetery r Association I MITC1IELL LEADS I II I Vets to Borrow $8,000To Air Parcel Post Rates From Homestead Club Will Mark Fourth I H. E. Ray New Manager

To Elect New OfficersNew Complete Post Home With Park Teur, SupperA Qf Local Western. Union

MOVES TO OFFER I officer of the South Dad. SOFTBALL PLAY Upon eompleUoo of the Inoorporatian Announced by Postmaster Livingston tour .J Redlftntf Fruit and If F llu m torinv will aasume the
Cemetery Association will be of Arrant-Bmlth Post UpM IV*and as outdoor capper I man.Rtl.I"l i" d tit HomastaadWestrn
elected it meeting at I clock I V, T. w., H 000 will be borrowedto The following domestic rates aurad or sent C. O. D or special will mark the July 4 meeting of li Umono, ,, it ice, announces
WIDER SERVICE Thursday night July 1in the I By KENNETH WAVES continue eorurtrucUon of the tor air snail and air panel peat delivery iwik Dude Garden Club Mem Mr*. )'iuinroli" ,, I*'totl who la.tak-
'[ : oouncil room of Homestead city Mitchell beat Horn I.., Friday new post HofiM. pops meniier* are announced by Poatraaater S The air parcel past rate to laneS ben and guest wlfl gather at ing a pcur', Icalc/ of absence from
night Mitchell fwd runewsiks voted Monday night. 4:M far Hit conducted tour of the ,padton., .
hall \ called for 4
Originally E. Livingston
j A Crawshaw I : to Wilt Palm Beach, tar ex-
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George tjvil
and three error together Member hope to et the new the park. Mr. and Mrs. May ad their eon
o'clock la the
I i Wednesday cemetery I Rates six rents each ounceor ample, U Me for e41. pound, Tic
engineer and surveyor who If a i iI chapel the meeting Wit I with seven hits to take ever the bulMlnf, located near the city airport I Each perseA la expected to bring have been making their home In
fraction of to and for five
I former resident of the fledlandpiltrtcl I I postponed for lack of a quorum. league lead In the second half ready for< occupancy when Including eight an ounce up tor the pounds.Zen. fried chicken or other meat for aebrlng where Mr. Ray ha been
contributed a double ounce 1, distance comparable to
Hoppy Bell the national V. F w. convention of the Sebrtoti office for
tomorrow will associate, AU lot-owner and others Interested United State, Alaska, Hawaii\. the supper for which" the rest of manager
and single to pace the victorsattack in Miami on Auc 11 Tamp or Orlando, Me for one a number of year
In the cemetery are Invited open the menu will be provided! by the I
his organiuUon with the Puerto Rico, Canal Zone andplacet n
bd..1I pound, Me for five poundsZone
to .attend the meeting at which Work on the building will pi t dub CMMiU**. A county spraytrack I
where the U S. Mail service
Knappan-Tlppett Engineering Mitchell Hardware took out a under next week accordingto 4, Tallahassee or Atlanta.
I : important buaineai will be 00IIf0alderecL way APOs wan spray the park grounds I NOTKEAU
Co. and move (a of tic** tt 1(1. SDuPont ..... little Insurance with Commander t B, McOarrah, and JTOs.operates Including She for one pound, fill for five Monday to control mosquito, penem aaiag! bwkri service
: bulldlnf. MUml Present officer of the asuocti- a 15-2 victory over Home Monday I :- pound club officials say af bucket" ter dtevewl ef body
"W will continue to night. Karl Greer drove In six Mnt class alt mall weighingmore Zone 5. places M far aa Baltimore
serve our Won ate Cites J, Caves, president; Will," vrUhta, the Umlta af flerWa
client M anal In my name," Mid Mrs C, T Harper, vice-president, runs with tour hUe In five at Lt Edgar Greene, Jr., than eight ounces Is subject Cincinnati or New Orleans, ('It, arty July IS, ..... will be
,\ 1 Mr. Crowshsw. "Th only change and W a Caves, secretary-treaa- tempts. Two Home errors within I Series in Washington, to tone rat_ with a minimum of TOe tor one pound, $1.1I11 for five Rheney to. lie Delegate) pretwratod.TOWN.
the Mitchell victory , three cents The. welnht
I will be the address and walkpaved an ounce
In -- pounds
phonelumber urer To Rainbow Vets' Sleet\ Iska! dl>>
i and In the tort that SMO.elation : Washington D C. June SO-1stLI limit.U 10 pounds, Zone 6, distance comparable to
i with Rader-Knappan-Tlp- Appointed Home downed South Miami Edgar M. Greene. Jr, USAF. Air postal. cards are four cent Chicago, New York or St. Louis, Wm. E. Rheney of homestead OF FLORIDA CTTTHr
i pettt t permits: m* to offer any and J. A ,Tuesday ft-4. Every man in of Perrlne I* now stationed\ at each, Including private mailing. 7Jc for on. pound, $.,07 for live .'III be a defecate. ut Miami Chapter Q M. ARBOGAST Clerk
\. aU phtMl of engineering service,* R.H.S. Teacher Home lineup contributed at leant Andrews Air Force Base, Washington cards pound of the Rainbow Division' Veterans
I I Knappan -Tlppett II widely Spanish one hit. Alton Home got four hilt D. C., with the Airways Air mail get top priority all Zone T, distance comparable to AScription at the national:: : I Henson Electric Has
known II a Urge New York engineering J. A, 'Tatol of Coral Cables In five attempts Harvey Rue and Air Communications Service the way and both It and air par I Denver or El Paso, 79c for one convention to be hrhl July 111-14 I r
I firm The Miami eitibllihment will succeed Mia Marie Tarboux slammed a home run for Home of the Military Air Transport ref post may be registered, In- pound $2.55 for five pounds I In New York Mr. Rhtney was HOTPOINT
II headed by Earle M. as instructor In Spaplsh at Red- Ut the fifth. Service Zone a, Soc for one pound, 13 40 i one of three drfawles rlettcU. at I APPLIANCES
lUder, former 'engineer' for Dade land High School next year, announces BUndlnr Commissioned In March, 1847 examination from 2 to 4 p. m. with I for five pounds I the chapter meeting Sunday In
County Crawihaw hat been serving Principal W E. Rice. Mr. W L CD Pet LL Greene lubsequrnlly spent the exception of Wednesday and Alaska, Hawaii, etc, BOc for one the Harvey Seeds American Legion Prieyten. Pb. UI
both Homestead and Florida Tatol Is a recent graduate of University Mitchell .._2 O. 1.000 lo years In China with the 319th Saturday, she acid pound 14 for five pounds Post home In Miami,
II. City ti municipal engineer for of Miami and this will be Home 1 2 .H* .333 Troop Carrier Sqdu. The ton of ._- - I
several yarn Prior to his removal his first teaching assignment V F W. 0 i m ooo Edgar M. Greene, Sr., Lt GreeneIs
to Miami, he was a member Miss Tarboux will teach next married to the former Rose I. ,,
of the Homestead Legion post year at William Jennings Bryan 51 Go to Bible School Newport of Indiana. The couple "
I land served t term II IU com1 School In Miami. In Silver Palm Church have two children Lavon Eikn.
1 mender. Ht has Just been appofnted 21 months old, and Edgar M. III
I a member of the city Fifty-four youngsters are registered five month. old.
'planning board of Miami Lee, Shiver Take Over I at the Sliver Palm dally
,\ Woodson U. S.1 Grocery vacation Bible school, accordingto Public Health Unit
the Rev Alfred Hedberg, director -
Closes Saturday
+Jlledberg Goes (o Emory Mrs John Lee and Mrs. Ceo on

For Rural Pastor CourseThe Shiver announce the opening of During the summer. the public 1 1qx 1r
Lee and Shivers Grocery (formerly ; 53 Youngsters Register health unit at Dad County Clinic
Rev.,Alfred Hedberf, pa Woodsons Grocery) on V will offer no services on Saturday,
tor of'Silver Palm Church, will. S.1 just north of Royal Palm Ice At Presbyterian SchoolA announces Mrs Marlon K Oer.
/ leave Monday for Emory University plant. i cocker, count health nurse
of 53 Is reported
:. I to attend a three-week ape- The store carries a full line of registration Upon notification the 20 South,
I for the Homestead Presbyterian '
: ciftl course for rural pastors.I groceries, meats, candies Ice vacation Bible school by Mrs H. I Dade boys and girls chosen to,
I During Mr. Hedbergi absence, cream and cold drinks, attend the Miami Herald Lend-a-
: : ; C Merriam director. In additionto
t! tht Rev. Harley R. Core will fill to offer produce in e'I I the other departments, a our Hand summer camp, should report -
\the pulpit. ture j to the clinic foi physical
I aery has been added for the two-
to-four-year-old age group

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t WED JUNE 15 IN SILVER PALM CHURCH' tM ,.rtde.. has .e ...--
I. J a M Social Events in South Dade . . E,,1. s mperll. alld ;Jlr- ..,

f Mr and Mn James Brlalmonl maid. Mer.ln Bryan wm .beet Miami stork broken.'ItlU .
of Homestead an announcing the I mar, and Marvin Outhrte.. and V* .r. tot brldesxomearv
marriage of tklr daughter Doro-I Robert hawed. were uakere. .4 hra.year* auk the U S.
M C. In the Pacific and .ii era*
thy. to Howard E. bUw
The bride won a powder
I BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN MRS. KINNIARD AT Mal WATERMELON WELLS HONORED CUTTOfOMr MIL\ AND MRS MATTHEW WALSH RETURN i Homeitead The candlelight ceremony I tailored salt White aooaawriea ployed new M a but driver

t. FORMER MISS MARY FRANCES RUTLANDA F V W.Hs'eup.eintendent FROM HONEYMOON SPENT LN NASSAUMr wa performed by the I and a corsage of white carnations,
i of James Archer. Smith Hospital,, I Atfred Hedberg at t o'clock R''j and she carried a whit Bible EPISCOPAL: WOMEN:! TO ItlAt
.1 needay "evening June IS In MRS K1NGMAN, MMtOOU
Mr, Ff weU. In orchid and Mia
of the dining" table we* wee give a aurprlaa watermelon and Mr .
miscellaneous& bridal piece Matthew Lanl. Her matron of honor Ice land Community Church Basketarrangements ,
wore ''SchuiU In pink, wore roaebudoortage At a luncheon meeting of "''ItWoman'
Monday evening at herhorn
for Mr. KeU, O. Klnniard.! the white wedding cake from which cutting ghan W.IIIhv.. returned front green marqulaett with matching of roe and maidenhair of pastel. tiota.Mr Auxiliary ot St. Joha'aEpiscopal .'
by the member of -
radiated\ white latin itreanxrt their
former Miss France Rutland wet nursing atari hon"mOOltrip to Naaaiu picture bat and carried a bouquet fern were used for decora I *, Brl.lmont, mother of the Church .1 I II:JO today
entwined with stephanotUi porn and are at home .
In their .
new of talisman
given Wednesday evening et the and daisies let cream Present were Mra. Roy Csven- !residence 6101 S. W roses Mrs Ymoent lion bride, wore an aqua frock with a 1* the rectory, Mn Ralph W. '
pont 45lh H W Cunningham, moth' ** of the t Eugene Puauo ot Miami or ot carnation Klngman will speak on A1IIU.nd i'IL/
home of Mrs. M. L Brandenburg.Hatea.a moulded In wedding bell design der, Mrs F D. Mock Mrs Lillle In Coral Mrs. corsage pink
Oablea. Walsh U bride, wore an aqua gown, eocoa +. traditional the Mrs Herbert. Pool, enh.. "
were Mn M. C Law. and mints In white baskets ..110we' Mae Horne( Mrs Thoa. Colllni, the former MlM EliMbeth France. ,Inlll pla'e4h. Immediately after ceremony I
accessories, and a corsage of wedding marches and a left on a two Panama Canal ton*. Miss Mary
rence, Mn W. R Bird Mla aervedQuest MM. CUXford Boyette, Ms. Wm. Cunningham physical programof the bridal couple
Bertha Kill Haunnan end Mra Included, member of Fex, Mr, Jennie I Walton, Mn 1 teacher at Redland High' educalioq Slhool orchid The bridegroom motherMr nuptial mmlo.The. week honeymoon. to Cohimbua, O., Jackson will bave the devotional
Brandenburg. the Monday Muil Club and the John R. Grave, Mil Mildred The Rev Fr Patrick William Walsh of LocXport", bride was attended by former home of the bridegroom. part of the program, and can p
The floral decoration and UTefreahment > Homestead school facuHyMra. \Wilton. end Miss May E. Riley officiated .their wedding,Tralnof totem f N.ensemble y.. was and attired In a navy blue Mrs Robert Fewell brldeamatron, I Upon their return they wijl) make J. Lottlclj and Mrs M. F. Whit, ..

court were In the nlaed Saturday, June IX In the corsage. wore an orchid and Mil Betty Schult" bride : their home temporarily at the will be hosteaa t

.bridal motlt Arrangements of GEORGIA WEDDING CEREMONY\ UNITES Church of the Little Flower In At the reception at the Cunnlngham .a.eereea at
Whit ilidoll. carnation and Coral
l Cable. The bride
was given
home at 1'4' De
daisies: were used In the living MOO JEY AND J. C. BARGERwith Solo
IRS. ADDLE In marriage by an uncle, Thomas blvd. In Coral Gable, Miss Mary
room and dining reom. Center Corbett. and attended by her el.l Engel of Redland presided at the

Luna Mae Loll of Homestead matching .Crt eotl.*. tar, Mn William Moran, matronof punch table. Introductory Offer Extended.Jim .
II ATTEND ANNUAL.H Ii announcing: the marriage After a wedding trip to Lennox, honor William Walsh wa beat For her hnoeymoon trip, the
C1RLT CAM AT KENDALL of her daughter, Mrs Addle LoU Ga, where they were houM guests man for his brother and John bride wore a black and white Uk

One hundred fifty-three Ilrli Mooney., to J. C Barger of homestead of Mrs Barg.r'* uncle and aunt, Walsh another brother and William suit with. red acceworle and white
hose 21 clubs attended the annual I Fla, and Milan Tean. The Mr and Mrs D L Connell, thenewlyweds were tuber Nuptial orchid corsage
/-1i held last week at Camp service Wit read on Saturday. returned to Homestead musk l we provided by Mil Mil. Educated in Illlnoli schools, the
Kendall camp Fourteen) were from the June It in Vildoiti, Oa. where they are making their dred Eaton aoloiit organist, and JameiLoflua bride I II a graduate of Northweat Sawyer
Kedland DUlrlct For the ceremony, the bride home temporarily at the LoU tern University where she was a
Local campers Included: Norma wore a black and white ensemble reildence The bride was radiant In. an member of Phi Delta Sorority. l
Decker Irene Phllllpi, Genevieve empire gown of bluih-plnk satin The bridegroom Wit graduated ,
taahloned with buitle back and from Canaliui College In New .. .
Chandler Mary Katherine Quinn I
ud Gladys Ann Harris from the FRIENDS COMPLIMENT MRS GILLETTE I court train She wore an heir. York and aerved three yeersoverseas ; Says' l lie'I

homestead club and Harriet and WITH SHOWER AT HOME OF MRS LEVY loom veil of'Brunei lace over ai captain In the infantryduring
Alma Lowe, Clara Lynn Hark. French Illualon and carried a \ the war H* I* head tellerat

new, Evelyn Moffet, Mary Patrl. I Mn. It X:. Gillette WM oomph Betty Joy Sag and Mesa Jo Lee. I white whit orchid prayerbook topped with I Gable Florida National Bank in Coral I "

rill Waeico Era Mock Cerda Mar minted! recently with a shower QifU were cent by Mrs Mario '
lena and Joan Core from Redland.Mn liven by Mr. E. F Sa<., Mr* Lopez Mr. J, P. Elliott, Mrs c. Will Paint Your Car .
Lawrence Williams of I Roger Brown and Mn. Wm Aux ..n, PUimmer Mr*. Fiance MfiW FLOWER POTS "GROW DOLLAR BILLS ,

Homestead: a 4-H alumna served Mil at the home of Mr*. W. D Yon Mr.. Daa Nell. ). Mr. Herman I FOR TWO IIONOREES AT NOVEL SHOWERRuff II
as an InitructorKriWC. I Levy on Redland rd. After pree/ Byar Mr Jo. Lowe, Mr*. C. R .
entatlon of. the gift, cake and' lauode,.. Mr* Philip guff, Mr*
WILL MEET I punch ware served Oolch KufeWt Mr. Ludulph. An Flower pot "growing" crisp and Mr*. Cau.ey. Mn (any make)
AT HOMES OF MEMBEII Present besides time men de".ncl Mia Elite L* ..Ir.. green one-dollar bill were pre. Bridge wa awarded the door
tinned, were Mrs Gen WlngateMr tented to the honoree at the iur prise-
Social will .
the second meetings be held on *. E. C. Byara, Mri E. C. By RECORDINGS MADE price shower given Mr. Ben Zel Cake and fruit t punch were
and the fourth
Monday ace, Jr., Mn. Edw Pye, Mn. Ceo OF CLASH BONGS ( man and Mrs Jay Cautey. by the aerved.\ .. .
evening. of the summer month E Sage, Mrs Thua. K Post, Mri V. F. W Auxiliary .Friday nightat Present besides those mentioned $40.00
.1h. hornet of For
member, thehomestead Robert Smith Mr* Chester Wool. Recording of the singing of the the home of Mn Erie Bridge were Mn T. H Seat.
Business and Profess emi Miss Virginia Sage, Miss clam song were made and played. Arrangement of white gladioli, Mr.. Lena LInk Mr*. Rudy Simp- '
atonal Women Club "
decided at for entertainment of member of I pink carnation and baby chry ion and Mr*. T L Laurence. Gifts
Monday night meeting Inh.. First Baptlat Dorca clam at the ainthemum were used for dec were aent by. Mr. H P. Rutherford .
office of Mri Eleanor Frotther: ..... CAVE ON ITAFF oration.Prizes
June S3 meeting at the home of Mn Wm J. Geronlmo and
Mn, Lena Link Invited the '. '
Mrs C. V. Darnel. Ice cream, cake In the contest Were won Mr. Stewart Griffin. a
to a wiener rout at her home
Midland rd on July I 11 on Mra. W. a Cave of Homestead and punch were served The group b y Mr Fred Link., Mn James (Metal\ workextra) You choose the
Seven reservations Home Demonstration Club I If I wa Invited to hold the July meetIng B Fatherree, Mrs Fielding A. ,
were accept serving at an Instructor of craft I at the home of Mr. Olhella 44-4v-f+++++-H-t-+-H-+
ed by Mn. Frank M. -
KIlOpre.l .
color and for :
dent, for the Greater Miami B cle_. at the countywide home ,Redd. REDLAND CUB ,we guarantee one: year.
P. W C. fashion show and dinnerto demonstration camp held this Present were Mr ,O H Dell- TO HOLD ELECTION: 1
be held Wednesday In Fu Man. week at Camp Kendall Mri. C linger, Mr*. Redd Mrs Jesse Go... Hints toHousewives .
chu Restaurant In Miami" Beach W Little and Mrs Lena Knowlei man airs J R. Keen, Mr. J. R Officer will be elected at
After garnet were played the ire among the local club mem- Pope Mr. T. E. Kirby. Mr. MDavli the July meeting of Redland\ .i
group adjourned to Dlcki Drive hers l attending the camp .01. Mrs C T. Harper Mrs lame Demonstration Club to beheld

Inn for refreshment 8 J. Lynch of Newton rd.. research wi. H Sanders a'nd the hostess. at 130: Friday afternoon PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR. CO.: :
professor of technology at' July I. In !the Lion Den ,

J & ROSS FAMILY FLAN University of Miami, oa Wsdws C1VBWOMEN! TO HOLD Hostesses wlU be Mrs Dell
JULY FOURTH! REUNION day morning showed the campen! BAKE SALE SATURDAY Wood and Mr*. James Torino.I Body and Paint Dept.. :.
the progress thai has been made I .+ ++....+ +++++++ S Krome Ave at 5th St. Phone 484
For the first time In four yean. on, the south campul experimental A bake sale will be held by the Dinner guest. Monday of Mr i
the entire family' of Mr, and Mrs I farm for tropical fruit, and plants\ Women Club of Homestead tt 2 and Mn, J. H. Kitchen were Mr*. Meat Ball Kabobs
1. ft Rota will be reunited this o'clock Saturday afternoon in Ruby. Anderson Mrs J. B Slurdlr.n ether 1 : a I
eelebratlng the Fourthof
"'..1I-en4 at th*...ROM home on ; Wright Electric' lOt N. Krore.. .and; little Nancy'Proctor tot \Vti .. .
.l;ltt"tL \traII. The club will meet at I ocloti( July mean out to the wooded .
fP Silver P.1IIdr.. A laughter, Mrs, ON Mia!)'" Mr* W. H Meekef of
Wm. Meyrtof. of fee Plego Cal, Deaconess( Harriett Bedell l ol the Tuesday evening In the olubhouae. Harden, Okl., Mr*. Artl Sturdl- countryside or to the back yard\ \,
and her daughter Ann are visiting , Episcopal Glades Clou Mission van of Meeker Okie, and Mr*. L It'* fun to cook out of doors For Sav

here, and another daughter; told of her work among the 8em L Anderon. a real treat, let the whole familyjoin atCfat
W TUB CIMt'll1' eoly5f DPUKVICNTU our
Mia Dorothy ROM .! Starke, and moles and displayed Indian JUlHlUt ,
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In the .
a son, Jimmy of Miami Beach, will handicraft at the June n.: meetingof Uma>A. IN' AMI Evil DAUh: (' U'I picnic making, suggest t
come here for the week-end the Silver Palm WS.CS. TV In ttlANCKKVNu., , Reba Stagg, home econ K tp
Making their home here are two After the meeting. homemade U rMIRMT, fltlntlff omist.! ,

other daughter. M.... Edw Anderson cakei and punch were served dur. CHAHLK H BIt<.'IIF.R, H ... rt .1. iN A019tGIRtI Unusual picnic fare might be ORfRfSp1ds $100
and Milt Alice ROM I Ing a social hour (MfKdl.H.W" meat ball kebobs threaded on ,
MDTHIIfe. picnic fork or ticks, alternatingwith
: since: UK KI.IIHIDA lUl
CNANId.Y H. HHlKliK. aid ITXk EUU.K.I plump pickle or onion sllcei ,! :
: . .kU. ""(" "1_.. WhFMHllILIIAM Each can cook his
"! t. CccCF.R. .. person own
a ln l. non
PARKWAYWeekElld AltnvnM 1 Wt...M.,ln [ over the coals-but not flame ():
JOHN...... BktKtK: slack. Dwk Mil. until the meat ball are well
1 YOU ARK': HFRKBY NOTIFIED ANn browned and completely done.A '

.twUUlU.. nrkd Ie saw.11. .,Is.. wrw..s.a"'". etfh. d lot WM. .... smart way to prepare the Cat NGtRIpS E FSNOpPI
aura' see UM, Clrmll ,........ D.d.VfarUo c.u..,. ground meat for the picnic 1 iI to

July 4th r. Klort.1.. lot .UM..VOMIT or bror" Court th. Illh HMM 4>r Mlml ofJuly 1A ..c.lOnI\ ((1 I teaspoon salt. U teaspoon C F
A. K. tau. t* th* Hill ot Ompl.lrbrauvht pepper and H cup grated
ualMt/ for th. ,J ,
'_' .'.. wrt run.... M4 or purouw th* ploli. onion per pound of meat) azd r rN ISf EI
:': Ih. l&I"5.oe /al mwrtr, roll the hamburger out 01 wisedpaper
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the .IIs.U.M IA bill .dww
,_Iol.' M lab.. r ...,_ lor with a rolling pin 'rh"atilt '
Dinner Menu IS then easily cut like oiicort and E'R
: en.s- TwMir kn* (tit si Tmniif.: stacked between
(HI) urlaJw. of aiork TwIII squares of waxed !
*f aSAMI LAND a DtVrUlP.HtNf : paper for handy carrying When llroltaWsepRt ;

I Saturday Sunday Monday. ,. July 2", \ 4 r .5.asNaV.YsN UOUPANY,'WMkl* aUKI. II I IVISIUNt aoulh. eating\ time cornea the patties are t0. N$ L. eni, I
: lrl f IM Mni' IIID you formed Into ball Each can shape ,
l Owmlii: elands. .ml ewlalal.eIhl j t /AflttyAWArtl the meat to go on the stick helluse
Price of entree Include soup or appetizer, y ten) werw mor *r 1 IM.
This .Ns .5.s.": M nblabd V
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dessert and beverageBroiled wWard
LoMoooI..rIoo. a .._ If N.weemtr the Plenty of relishes, such as ear- s q
you are *
MM p.NY5.d III 0.5.. Covnlr. rtorl. > this l\\01 *., .( ..... A. D bcom .|.d, Si,.: a to slices should
be included
: It a nw adder In th city, or
Red Steak
P Snapper R, .. IKATHCaMAN. ) 8ixwn, your pub- along with potato salad. Baked
CIo of the Ci. Cult local iiMKhant.' Mn
A la meuniere ... .. .... $135 Rrl It. H. HICK, Jit, ot Goodwill beans .go nicely :with the meatballs
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sky a lov bukct of MI In toe sue .
.ndb.y cast be served In
(IC......' t'oow\ -= Th.r Y noihm* u"tuy No ob-,
Fried Jumbo Shrimp I is... 14. ids' U t II M H4t Illation, Simply. call.your W.l- I their baking dish\ Juicy peachesor _

!+ tartar sauce...."...................."............?.......$1.50 com twelve phono* W.ien U tboft"'ed.*.lfta.Welcome ...'. arrange M pears** or easily other managed frank rluts dessert provide ii':

Benson Electric Has served along with luaciou cupc.k.I'
Broiled Fried Sea
or Deep Scallops, Wagon.: baked iced and carried

tartar sauce.......""............ ....,...............$1.65 HOTPOINT right .IB the Baas pan, A thenaos it W c L. k
Mrs. Geraldine Gadway Jug ot Iced lea completes Ida t S

'I \ Green Turtle Steak. ....................... ......._........$ .61.! APPLIANCES rh. IIC.' llome.Ua. push lunch.Fitzpatrick's ,4. M
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'1 Large Porter House Steak ((2 Itx), FTlnrtUn, Ph. 44} ? n. sensational new PhUcoT .
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Fine Furniture Upright Fraser 1
M .onion I rings.,.,,.,..,..".?.."",..,".,,........".........$4.50 bring Fme
I.g_ t new wsj of better .Unpg,.Thebuittt.t

I Large Tbon Steak onion rings"_............$,50 Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods t 7V4 cubic: foot capacity holds tremendous t ;.

I Cabinet. Week Chair Caning. EefteUblngCer. 1'" quantities of frown foods, keeping it fresh and t

) Broiled Of Southern-fried BbeayM. Dr. KedUMI !.. Fbene. U4-J delicious for month until you are ready to we Ire '

i Half-Chicken ....._......................,.......... ...$1.50 Regular price $341.00StokleyV and 'sharp freezes" fresh foods! Cuts down the ,
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S Broiled Pork Chops...."".........."".....w..51.50 Dumber of shopping trips. Permits yon to bay food t if
, ANNIE MAYIIEW PTTZPATRICKRedUnd Frozen Food 50.00. la Urge quantities when prices are lowest. Offers t :
i Chicken Giblets Saute on Toast........._...,..?.,.$$1.25! ffeacayia". conrtnlence..with; cositeete !. fall '

j! Roast Prime fobs, of Beef, au jus.....__......$2.25Bak'ed C1Jewelry Road between Arocafe tad Blacayn Drive Total. value ....*391.0Q view Patented sloping shelves with 2-posat.os... If

i Virginia .#iam raisin sauce.... _..J1.QSL: 1 Pianoforte and Theory ALL FOR drop doors prereots cold from spIUing" out. t ':
f Three big co..,..,..*..... .laICIudia ama .

Barbecued Baby Spare Ribs....._..........."...$1.60 Violin Xylophone PUno-AccordJoo\ sharp freesing. Occupies BO more ipacejhsa_s "
I "'i ; I 0"1"1, ,,, , ,, ,, ,, ,, ,.,,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ;. | |"||'J"P| '291 1 11: .regular. _re rljer tor..See it now} "

Choice of 2 vegetables, assorted pies, Ice cream, s.
Repairing MFrtobe '

watermelon, tea, coffee and milk Dr. F. P. Archer Jr. Far a U.ltc4 This SENSATIONAL offer good.

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Mr A. O. Lonfworth of Thorn- Wm Byrum. and Mr. and MmQ. I-... ai CM knee! with. taraae, Taw Ouuatrx We... V il. M.
....., Ca, and aon. Mek, aniwedyeelerday H. Clark, all ofnCIerIIoR.. skews W<'K. Ph. ....M4. |fl) I, anniHej *%. Tower will l\ hediwn
IoM t. WIlt Are tA gW I C. Expected to spend the weekend Join. I and 4. The Old AAA
f'o. flIn and .. i1 brottver-m-hw and stets at the Byrum home are Mfr. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Mwdreom haunt IK ....... Traveler aajn "001I of the newt

*.. Around Mr. cad Mr, ft L Dieklnion. and Mra. John M. Hatch of Clew- tan ai>e urtmah>lir 4 aere wfU d Uhllul IMIe tij. place la
om They aacomtiaaled home Lamer Man and damiitera Susan MIl avocados and orance Prteed Uail. all of He.1' 01)
8. Dickinson, Jr., who had been vliltlng Kathy Mr and Mr Jimmy W4> Ik s ... ., ea. 0. r. Usdss'w.od amass '
111. : In HurUboro Ala, and at gins of Miami and Ben Orr dEast from Wishing Well U &'l, Naranja. -

Homestead the l ngwortj borne Point" Oa. Mr. Orr, who was - ------ -.-- ) (pill)

stationed at Homestead Army The

u Mr. and Mr*. W. D. Hearn of (Continued on Til !BU! ) CARD OK THANKS FOR SALE: Georgian

.. ru'I Tampa and their sons Win, Jr., Oreal BaitalM.. far Bctaaeea Plan Small Bummer Heaort Hotel
and George were week-end guests We wish to thank ill UIOM who 8-todm mint house .. 1 lots 14 WAVNC8VUXE. N. CL .
"Nfu'a Mr. and Mr Hubert Smith I
Mtu Mable Ruth who ak
Pope, Perfection. aluminum ) >ulei.
I of Mra. Hearna'i brother and a61. coconut and palm peach and! ,
donated blood for Km Eaker a'l Ekvatioa looo ft
)have begun conitruction of the school
""u taught put : year In wood and aluminum blind. WiInitall .
Ben ivorade tree chicken
lay CBS ....denc N. W. ter-m-taw Mr. and Mn. the !South [fed* roundup Tuei .. *, yard.
110,000 on Rawllng, Wyo and returned to.Homeitead .& Lower price, better ale $4,100.1bedroom .
w. W 20th it in Porvenir.Mr ; Sunday after a tour day, via Phone 81-1104. Florida P' to 148 gee Week .
Its of the weitern lUtet, will apend _, MRS KERN>>= & KJaCtmeteJ'1 : Venetian Blind Co .,49 N. VI block building 8romhouM ... Pena.

the N'i e''! *. Ceo. J. Abbott of Rockford the aummer here with her parents, Mr Herman Heinlein Lath BXAEE (EKTICBImmediate AND FAMILY, |7U> ave., MiamI. (pj)::) food yard II avocado, Include 3 meals day' tried
Con- per
rye lit., U making. an extended Mr. and Mrs J. R. Pope. vkre-president of th* Florida palm and coconut tree ut. 'aI'4..
u1P. r'' vii t at the home of Mr. and Mr*. grail of Parents and Teacher, 1940 4-duot Plymouth sedan lea. 4,5* chk-ken emmtry .ham and Air

'., J. D. Abbott. The vlaltor Ii Mr. Dr. and Mra. John W. DeMllly.Jr. returned J Saturday, after attending Service ftMansolrum' tunable. 10th it. at Ave. I H. >-reom block!! houM, I Vita, Ned own fault vegetable.
&it the four-day annual short course Florida City (III
Abbott's grandmother and eon. Tad expect to eavJuly Yet out t* fruit tree, good place
tI In parent-teacher leadership heldat Woodliwn Park .
4 for l tat visit In Talla.haiwe
a day
battery on comer for atop> land acarlfled
Old aedan J4 food motor
W. L. Tall, aniiUnt to County at the home of Dr. De- Florid. State University Reasonable Prices 3200 S. W. lilt. St. Miami body, tire and paint and mad amortfe, .4rM.. HARDEN-MaultoK. Iwi4n ..
Agent'Cha H. Steffinl U expected Mllly'i parent I Phone ,8'.A topsoil pelting Moll, aaatd, rack
tt covan, tM ash. See II CU and laveaUtita Bait bar.
Patty McKee, daughter U Mr. A wide election of cemetery loll new
to return Tuesday from fUt Ph. MKIt WrIU Rt. t, B.l14.A
returned 15 N. W. 2nd at (Jill) gain In town.j. .
and Mr Art McKee, at moderate prlcei available from
QalneivHle where he hat been Mr. and Mri. J. L. Kulp left Homeatead.
..lIendln.Ort! count tot Monday to spend several I weeks home Tuesday after a vial, In Quality Workmanship large untold cemetery: acreage. Like new fluorescent relllng fl.. Harm
county agenta.Mr touring) the western itate Brldgeton, N, i., at the home of I Community: mausoleum of 1,714 ture, |10; glad I-arctlon meta a block twit bank RADIO RtPAlH- her and niches Alt work guaranteed. Price
grandparent crypt
.. Julia pjk;; was returned Tammy Royal, eon of MK: and .. link.maker IIS, 110; Whlpplt coat $20.whipped Doon crier 18". .....1OIItobert J. Brook. ._

Monday from James Archer Smith Mr*. Thoi. B. Royal U scheduled Mr. and Mr W. J. dark aad ENGINE OVERHAUL FOR RENT 1'0", front til; screen: and frill, Cave* avev, lat north .t Palm
Hospital and Ii convalescing at to to .
her home, Warm Spring, Ca., on, July 18 a trip to Tulaa, Okla. Oklahoma e with faucet IS The Counlrj FURNISHED home with err. I FAINTING decorating, water
for treatment He will be. accompanied City' ,and Fort Worth. Tex. MIa MOTOR' TUNE-rP Furnished apartment for couple Kitchen opposite Fire Tower port' and screened: porch; nicely I proofing and gluing. McLean,
Mr. and Mre. 'A. Frank Webb there by .Mr*: i and ion, funny and Mr*. Webb'i Mri. Edna Jackson, former'H '
mother Mri. H. O. Freeman of rnidentr. ,: who. li>expected' them few a visit of several weekiin dr. at Federal Highway, Modcllo, Mahogany attire table tllt-baci, move In and pay the balance Grove mewing Cart Endlk, Rt.

I Miami ,left .Monday to ipend a from, Jackeon, Qt'lon: 'J lI7 I a Homestead Billy Clark who PAINTING Ph 4J7-J (Jltf) couch maple bedroom suits like PentPERRINE! I. Beg ..., Homeetetd, (oMLetcawortb.
month visiting In Port St. Joe,' .thI. ,Royel home..Bobby 11 '4.. graduate work in clinical e Hollywood bed, all itaaoneblj, place, Kings hwy.)
Fla., Cairo, Ca., Kansas and South and Allen 'Jackaon, tonof,. Mr ] psychology at Duke Unlver- BODY AND FENDER: Furnished moms Richard rd. between I' priced. I'll. tel.W.1. (ill) : NEW CBS.horn* (1( tfsU)
Dakota. Jackrav have already arrived city, plans to spend his vacationIn REPAIR Waldln and Epmor Ph. bedroom) with all e/xtraa. In*
here for a vliltCapt Homestead e 740-W. (p)8)) ) I Cabinet-type Irorurlte ironer prix cludlnf tile roof and bath and fLOOR SANDING and FINISH
reasonable. Ph. '''.1, 01)) )) carport. This can be handle. 1NO Imtall oak and pin floor
Mr. and .Mra. A. 'c. Worley of SEAT COVERSo ,
South Miami) are announcing the i and Mr*. Roy:Keeler tie Janice, J.-;;:of ort Pierce' toa Cedar rail fencing, I awlngmigatoi for ONLY $500 DOWN and asphalt and rubber tile. linoleum.

birth on'June 14 of I aeven-pound turned by private plane,'Sunda, house guest of Mr. and Mra. J. UritOLflTERINaJNDERCOATIVQ port*-ai Ii $10. Cont IM balance like rent Day: ph. 811-W; night 117-W. .

aeven-ounce daughter SonyaFaye. from a visit In. Nap, York. A. Webb. e Country Kitchen, U. S. No. i 1, 4U ACRES ON U. I. No. t WE: DO reliable watch repal""" }
Mrs Worley U the former, ( Store for Rent opposite Fire Tower. (OI) It feet frontage) Splendid Wood
((4 Jewelry McCrory Arad. .
Mini Evelyn Campbell of Home Mr. and Mr'; Donald 'Amei and Mr. and Mr. Bruce Johnson of e '
itead. ion; Donald Jr.; and Ernest re Shellman Ga., and daughter, PORCZLAiNIZINGLURRICATION MOTOR BOAT, II', Inboard, can- business 11511.500;. _(aUtt)

turned' 6unda, after a two.week' Brenda, are holes" guests of Mr*. o (OPPOSITE A. P. STORE) vas top trailer excellent run l-bedroom horn ir YOU HAVE anything. to Mil

Mr. and Mri. Herbert Conord visit with,relativ.* In'North'Carolina Johnton'i parent, Mr. and Mr, ning condition, $595. Demonilratlon \ with > lou.led porch near orIIU: need anything visit

of W. Avocado dr left Sundayfor and Ceoi ia. S.'A. Turner. 0GENERAL by appointment O. N. Me rhool-IS.TM' U the FULL the Swap Shop. We buy: mat- t

their. summer home In Brook. REPAIRS Apply Raskin Hush Ph 703.5.OITU. ,) PRICE. temp' ta food eoftdltlen. rtove* )
lyn: Mr.and Mr*. Wilter.Welw and Mr. and M.... Robert Murrah O tit 8. Kreme Ave. - Y --- I horn Ice bone, etc. The Swap Shop,

children, Sandra and ,Ward, !ten have returned to their home In A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO* breed tow. i iI. FURNISHED t-bedroom 117 a FUiler Ave Homestead.
t' ahoita and S
Mrs John Chafer of Perrine this week for! Mentone. 'f la. Mr. Atlanta after a visit with Mn BUMPER: SERVICE R. Reek I bl.eba.e. bank : on 8 acres near US. No. 1lnOI -'. Phone 48* h
eves a patlerit'In James Archer) Weiss will return after,week in Nur lh' brother-in-law and ala. 0 I !
Smith Hospital over the weekend Mentone, but nil 'farnllywlll: remain ter,'Mr. and' III.... Dexter Home. BUDGET PLAN". IF DESIRED- I FOR COMPLETE REAL I Floor Sanding and flnlahlng. :

,thtre two month\, PAY A3 YOU DIlIVE.nEeD. .' I Asphalt... rubber tile ph nUTW. .
expects 1 store building located at 331 SFlaglcr ESTATE SERVICE I
Leroy F. Donahue to o (mcbatf)
ave. Ph. U. (JIO.tttI.i:1 ) _
spend the week-end In Sharon, SERVICE RICHARD FucnsIteglnUred
Pa., hli former horn Mr. Dona n ;; --furnished I sirs ALEX LAMER for well
and. '
hue' fiancee, Mill Janet Wooleyof 1 Reasonable DownrightBargains Broker drilling, Corner Krome ave,

I 1 Noroton Cannn alas will visit kitchenette cottage or John H. Hale. BaJewnan and Nt: 10th it Phone S36-W.
rates' Plcawnt grounds for children.
I t In Sharon ai a house guest of MrDonahue'i Bird Chevrolet Co. Redlnnd Court, Ph. 284-R-4 I Pit 141 or 758-W PO Box 58J '

deter (JS-tf) Member, 'Chamber WANTED

187, N. Krome Ave.Ileweatead. Regular Special of Commerce ,
t Mn. Sam Clark returned Monday
5 Room and board, III wk. Ph. Sewing-alteration* and mendingof
after a three-week visit 'in 4 cu. ft Deep
R I mlOtt) all kind Mr A. '
( Mayo, 83 N.
503-R *
Phone II
Brookivllle with her mother. Mn freeie , ...$199 80 |IS(50
Lane Hewitt, and her dater, MnStella o 'Jerry" Mowert. Call Doug at LOST I W. 2nd SU (17-14)) ;

_.. Smith. 22 Years WithChevrolet 147. 130 N. W. Bth at. (ilOtf) Circuiting floor

I fun . ... .... 'uso 83.80
....... ., .1 Mr. and Mr. Robert Glenn, Jr.,, X new half-bag cement rolxeri. LMt-Lady'i wrist watch" 1n Henson Electric Hai

... ..; fee ?,:.. .J.: t- of, Hollywood .and ion, Bobby,, Ph. 147 Tower-Crow. (m2Btf) vicinity of pal office Virginia HOTPOINT
\' pent Wednesday here with Mr. IS-gal.\ electricwater linen, 138 N. W. lit at (pjl)

.?. Moat 01 u throw every aafcfua P- lbU ; .. Qlenn'l porcnU.Oueita heater 79.JO 87.WApt AITLIANCESt '4

..'"ru'{ : .D4' "'Jliopel11' Hones, uiomoUI, s Sunday of Mr. Sod Mn.. 4 w" 1I4JI I :.T" "''' Ire electric ""MISCELLANEUU3 '

-iUuU penoaal properr ue ctrefall; Casper William of Modello were. stove .. _.13000 tltt

Mr. and Mn. Clement Kirk of DOORS normal' permanent wave. OTIB VNPM "rtfIOU'! ) HAH
) nd -- -- --- --- -
:,. ,It psundaplnstlaeebjkeeh.f"* norm. Miami and daughter. Sandra and Used Cronly 4 cu. ft Not fatter, not cheaper but LAW
..... .
i ", IniuN' our lieu to protect tlla.coromic4i Linda refrigerator 89 SO( better, Ruth Halrdreulnc Studio .dsae l0I1M. OUr to la.Mr| red. 1sSki, M/M
Phone 181. (JJ-tf) II_ .... ... N, .. n. ., ml a. KrAv .
4 1-bdsS of xu lepBdatt.. lII.t IlARRISREFRIGERATION *. MMMMW, '| .MiiMih I. rmt*...
Mr. and Olen Edward of ..M. a.. with ,lie ..lfr. of Uw IS.mCN..t.
'. "> ,Yet health, on which depends our .ability ore the** Princeton and daughter, Sylvia,, a'cuIJY "' t keIIm.kln and altefatloni at of 141. rIa4. YkMe. ,
expect to leave Sunday for their 4 ; CO No, 15 Arcade Open dally Monday , W HAMRtNHkhMAN NAMRNIRIKWIN '
maatrUl: comfort U often completely ..elctd. summer home In Highland, N. I4t N. Kara ... 1(1 through Saturday, except, HARKIN ,
5 'With U too frequently taken for f ranted until! It U loit C. They will be accompanied by Wednesday p. m. Mn Charlotte ".. Ire n. 1/. .July "") I I

Mn; Edward'i sister Mri. L. M. D. doff, p. O. Box 886. (mtOtf) >i MM. HIM of Complin. ,! nil) to. Sakes
: It ii will) to dab priceless asset. Include t Iwilihfiainlnatioo w -f..l i lor .
protect and Mn.. rw.TW I II
of Euitla
Galloway .
I .....IMM. TAT 00., A n.Ms.. .
i for tvery member f'dM fiwlljr i yearly Olllowiy'l daughter' Carol who YOUR NEW BEAUTIfUL ORCHIDS available! m TH* finotnT oounr or wirKl.rVtNTH ariwrtilMi," wriu I* ,r::unid ewe '
Floral t* ,s' 'lnre .di a.4 a gwNI
all time Homestead lt.\\I'H1'\ ,
at .lIC'ttlt
-two-week :
wll1.m.kl stay ( z-
: AND Xia BAUK Aiwuit Ulk Ire, vklrk' ut uM
U th
budf et,Wbi. prescribed,brloj pmcilp- i' end Gift Shoppe. 122 N.W 4th it, IN CIIAriCKMT.' ....t.4 M iiw isle, .*>r 1 AMUM,
M... IHHI IM I. .. "-. Mouk 111, .) p 'n III.KIVl4k '
don economical 11..1,. House guests last week of Mr. cor 2nd ave. (aZIII1I0mt'.d ) .
to M for prompt", APrlt4a ,f d, . xuaM..1 141.
and Mr*. Fred Smoak of Silver TAT tMInWoMLxmTo. M4l a .....l..IIWItt W ..4emnnM
sad '_, k.. .M. ._....
I. Clam Co.-OIII' tor M
AIR CONDITIONED Palm I dr. war Mr. and rnit nrtANV: U twfeofent.TOl .
i. u>
T Harry Long and Mr. and ),I...MfI'j KITCHEN all purpo.... W* do steel Mat :. .PHIL Uri.ANT :.< ANIJKtlNIi i ha e.M55hk1 b tat.na1: sole.: .
J. Roche and sons Ernest glaring and glaring of all typei. M. VKLANY, Ala. wlf. Hmttnr* U. Net .......t... .. M _de lor tloo 15..5 I
a" 5.ra IIt NlllMil. Hiok ",f _h...., IndliM r.
I Fred, all of Jackionville.Mr 201 N. Krome phone 173. 11.1., ..m1f 1.., .n ...... .MJimlnf tarulii mattca" kwk wWVM
: ......' --. ....,_ e.- fl, .. .I4 nrtcim MMwktiuHr
Glades PrescripionShop( ,... M uthOT ftntft. tl>l.,l'mi,, WihwMMh. ' iMtomt W L.4 O. H.t M4kta
,T. J. Fecney and children, CONCRETE BLOCKS all siresBruce's nMw *r enlMl *r Ii.: wll< M (olliUral I M .rll> tar a !.>
and left yeiter Co. Fla. MUM) h1Nwm4. w5. a,.0:. limn. ..4.. .U UMM Iqr ,lie MM. kink. ant MMK .
Joanne Block Naranji)
Tommy ,
5.M5.d.ells. ) .... ....k.. kv MMM. rap' I HOWARD JOHNSON, It, 0. day;to-vlilt relative in Detroit. !Phone S7J. TINT NATIONAL' ease' 0'lOCar. vies .,._.. l Sal a< e.h.w.. Peel..N ..
f. ,11 N. Krofcie:Ave. Phane.14 tEM INU1ANA. e U, b.nkta. wntNi .114 MM.. k..k t..vt... ...... -
. ... .
( -1'-| irf MM*, vkkk a.lesaot
IIr T Mill patty Carpenter daughterof i: ., tnJUM.IM . .M. kM Ion M .l pUi4.
Mr. and Mn. W. H. Carpenterof 1 (' L'.s e. I. II ant U, .kook II, I This ...... to AwMr lwll U a..b.s5d -
t et.CAYIIL l ,
New Mm > 4 5h
Modello Ii pending the turn- .ko NA r.eofjrt .I..r.I .. Past ...p.r..I.r p.016M1 !. INS. Cmiittf.k .
with relatives In Akron :M> 14, In tk* r kH. s.N1 I'IotI< o .... .... fr *.MT U l
IN NEED;'CALL ON US.'' mer Crotons t6.1"CuuiKr.. rh.M.. -'. .a.a..
WHEN e You ABC HMrBV MKMIIBRD to 5115.4 551 I dos' 1 3.... INR /,
Mr*. S. W: Griffin and aon, Co. a an...... In ... *Wn tittttH a. LIIATMtIIIU": ,
S road
And lOclliblscus .> > krfim the ClmH Cwt 1 rbvt. 1 Cu..e Curt
Roger; have gone to Caldonla, N Acalyphas so M. Cmab coon Ala ,
Ir Iri V. upend *ev Ml week vlaiting Sts_"I.( num Dw OMMIP. verso, wr > Ie C iids(1.eNa r
MM* 1.1', ask "". U S III! ./ CMKImlm n p.Iy Cork.. .
Homestead d Loan Co: relative. Mr. Griffin left this .knmM M.1.", r. kr TAT CU, a ALLOT a TATHAMAIUTMT I

I nr. week to attend the National Guard I'hryaUi .........._._...35c -1...MrponilMi::* kt, MM for ,the LM emsp.e..s i.a.Wr *:%f*. PlalMirCIII4JI ". .... --
t, encampment" at Fort Jackson, ;lul nUnmi. M W ..loos. ada. : =: -
S.C ..-... ...............SOc l _1.'lie ._ 4.M51.d Si... I*. 1P. 14, Imle l t. IMt.

i r.. 205 N. Krome Ave. Phone 113 ___ Surinam Cherries .....25c away. .5..M al4abrl. -- -
N",. Luc B. Free left Tuesdayto
chit relatlvei in collage Park, Royal Palms ..."_.._.1.00 .
t Collateral Loans-$50.00 to, $300.00 Ga.

t House guests of Mr. and Mrs O Jtow % % Doll Nurseries FHA LOANS
1 J. R. Byrum are Mr. Byrum'i t ? /a. lM

nephew and nice*. Mr. and Ma. y- .
I My .MULLIN. )astref Wlablll "'ell. Naranje i
COMPANY .... ... .


.............N.Ne/N.NLN I..... OT1R mow to plan your own .d am )aUcHrn" and HNISIt Without Cost
Roofing of All Types UautifuL well-made lutckealiniU. FLOOR SANDING
with Youngstown ,
,. INO, Install oik and pin floora
ftH t'i Solar Water Heaters T* Ur. and Mrs Robert Rise of aiphalt and rubber tile, linoleum.' To YouI1.Oa.Barbcr

i ; Princeton a daughter on June 14 septa :your link with a gloaming. etrramfinedKitcbenaiilrr Day ph. Bll-W: Blt>Vl.In.TI. I
H I Sheet Metal Work I To Mr and Mr*. Hoyt Gilletteof : with aHd-rwlrtiag. porcelain enameled

,1 Air Conditioning : : Homwtead, a daughter on June : top dish and v.getahle'pray, .e -plumecl '
17. I ITo Den). Warren Morrii
. drawer and .tor.. ipaee. ;
Fan Ventilation, '.. Mr. and Mn. Chu. Falei of: Registered<< Real Estate Broker .
: Homestead 8 daughter on Juae Mimes. your working spans with a eantlnnoH 1 have bvyiri for amilltracUof !
Insulation n. weep, eI Ukle-4op cabinet. Easy U.,taI wilkoulremeiJeUnf. glad land, also buyer for General Contr.rlor-Llee"lect and Insured ,

.' Surgery paUentr Mn. CoilmoBommarllo 100 A. potato land. Phone 176-W Homestead I
free Eatlattte, Mr* Mary Lou Carpenter ' Vee ywr maR apses with apadoua,_...teat..u.) Ill .. Kreme Ave Ph. Ill I

; Afire** new Miss AJIM Bellow, Wm.' gels. Hut match the other unit and fit. porbcUy It

J Ml Aragea Aft Ilea I McLandon and Llnton Conner. all any kitchen
. cal Oa.1ea,... UUI of HomeetaadHUaon OOM U today and look Vm over,
r. of Princeton, the Rev. Gee.C Overseas Bait &
d n r., ,.w.. ...+-.,... ,
1 Deuel .f Redlend. URNEFfe i

t Parker of T......, Mn. John Tackle' ShopCOMTLm

( angry *f Henwt ee< Mn. Mary 1.

.. MP.rsewIs I.ew011M 0f tEL1.
law .. ll REPAIR ,
OOTMMMMIW Benson Electric Has
arse rtooa I "I lONG
t! I PhiIc Appliances& PHONE 67 HOMESTEAD FLA. r-" Cremation ::

t\.' ..oj I StrlaeMa. PM. III ........ ... .- L x.-a Aft,_ U Phone 270' Homestead. !! F a, ; ttl) ;

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gfar. HOMESTEAD: LEADER-ENTERPRBE Friday, July 1, 19\\


IDEAL SCHOOL SITE I center etalrway la the high school I '
New Transplanting'MethodSpeeds building to uneaf according to GenuineL ti
You Plan
(Continued from Pap One) bulUtng oodM for public bulWiua IN AND AROUND f:
trMsatt, guidance btoMia of the height of rill
Up Plant Growth school! staff, student panel, school of Men ... Bone provlalonihould i BuiCk-Pontiac :
library, pupil population and be made to warn .U traf IIOMESTEAb ,

To Build. ae** community, pupil activity 1 fit eapetiaUy Mat coming down Parts j t 'I
UM itep. *. I ISalta
. l1Mwf programs and other phiue* of the I 'I
PI local achool life I are not properly marked.wording I f
I to aafety' cods"Then ,
"Thl ill* of 11 acre of well I
By a STEVENSON btMlit: kept,, well landaraped land I* I II an Insufficient numIItor (Continued from Page I'fw) '
T ON t7 Service All Makes
Now we are ready to dig Get l N uaed for elementary and hlthachoul. I of drinking fountains, there Air field during the war, to vlalt-- )0.,..... .
the bitten boards up and be was kIrIN The elementary eehool, being none on the second! floor ing now In the Hatch home, Mr.

everything .U aquara, the building kindergarten,, auditorium gymnatlum of the high school building . I Hatch and Mrs WlMku. tin GM Cars
daughter of Mr. and Mr, .
/ ByrumMr
within Itself end '
quare puanon alt and cafeteria are Vacated "An intereomtnuaicetlen ys-II &
the lot Nothing looks worn In . I
ono city block with adequate tem ihould be Installed ot Expert,
Dale Wllla
than building that I 11 not squarewith play area. The high achool, ahope' ". Some provision should be I Naranja expect j I
the treet. Be ours everything and band room are located on another -' made for buying a tract of land : to leave today to spend fa 'torytralnedJlcchanlca
ii square end the right dlilinct entire city block with one for the vocational agriculture department -' vacation In Andalunla. Ala She : .
before you alert! digging: block cf wide open play area south for crop and experimental will be accompanied by her niece
Machine digging really pay off In I of the main building. North of purpose The land now and two nephew, Oracle David '
and Joe Jim Brown, all of Anda- \
our coral rock. There ere some the main building art two more uaed I 11 rented."
good ditching outfit that do good pools entire blinks ( curia, who have been vlaltlng. al
414 INCN approximately The report recommend that the the Will home.Sunday Faint and Body
work end are dependable. '" 'a, S FefSH Il at'real) as of yet undeveloped lund. Florida City school be discon ;

While the machine lion the lot This site I.1 an Ideal situation, well tinued. ". . Since the building I.In 1. guests at the home of Work ,

digging footing, have it dig for .. .rIm..1 eUttoa located to nerve the school population use merely a* temporary headquarter Mr. and Mr .
Late IrampUnllag. met**** arprevec1 hy J R Byrum wen
the peptic tank and dralnflelda.Thla minimum traffic hazards
for grade one through
Mr. and Mrs.. frank Durreai ol a
will save a trip back plus When an amateur' let out a plant I solution I lan the hole, draw In the and nnluc!; a wholesome atmoiipliere four," It says, "no new construction Coral Qablet, DpholsteryFurniture
extra expense. I auggest that thus In his garden, he ihould not be JU: a i kins soil and firm It around the fur an cducatlmml program major repair or alterations!
be done now because the machine hurry A little more time, a plant The solution not 'only supplies "The
building are well totaled could be recommended: Urn of and IceBox
will b* more than nthedquirkereeeoveryenf nutrlenta but puddle the soil Mr* O. J. Wollam and dnueh-
more car
may nut be available lateror close In his( area and spaced/ for beat the building should 'be diaconlinued
take In about the ronu, making very ten, Joyce and Louise, left Monday Refinishing
the operator may not be able hi. plantsfrom contact between soil and root and lighting, ventilation und future a* soon a* possible and I to visit In Cairo, Ga.
to get Hone to the house bccauKe traniplnntlng shock: and the making It easy tor the plant to like expansion students transported to Homeitead Porcclainizing

of material In the wny Moreover fact that his lotie will b* feW, U up water "Natural lighting I II quite ade- Mr. Anna IX Carter to
plan r
there will be times wok any Santa of plant should not bt quute In all room with Shades
In removing planta from "The observation of UiU evaluating leave Sunday to spend a month :
on the house. II bnulo-necked and In the diagram above, the beat pruned poll, gash or aeed beds, car should I provided to tnlnlml/e direct Rlnre, committee are In agreement visiting In Onhkonh, Sheboygan
you could put a man or two on method of procedure a* recent- be taken to avoid breaking the root The ihadca are all In working "with" the survey of the Slate I and other points in Wlaconaln, and I II .
the acptlc tank and dramfleld.Don't mended by research aclentlit are System Replacement of lost roots order and In good condition with Department of Education made InApril attending k family reunion to be I
( forget the septic tank and Illustrated. Transplanting U horticultural must take pace before till plant two exception In the elementary 1048 to the effect that the
attended by her four brother and : various
lurgrry, and *o every I I We now have models of
field wIU have to be In- much. .
drain "" can grow very ichiiol! The color scheme for water Florida l School should bedilleOnUnued.
step In this technique has been of should not be City three alitera, some of whom Will ,
apecled by the plumbing departmini Tops planti and
carefully tested, T ceilings la pleating and diffuser ." rome from the Dakota for
nr.rtcIt:1: ; pruned at shown by research r- then Buick
before It it covered up. Al o I transplanting ttie, : suds Pruning remove part of the light well! Artificial lighting Another phase of the local visit and Pontiac
check: over the following slug of fed with liquid plant food a week la
'1Iclol')'" which his to mike the very poor. school evaluation report will betaken
septic tanks for your requirement before the operation The day before ' new plant material carbohydrate') "All room are 10 situated! that !
*; a starter lolutlon should be which growth depend Pruning natural ventilation aisures a up In a Inter' Isaue.Economy Mr and Mr* David Fredrkk on our floor and can make immediate delivery
upon '
: I expect to leave moon for Chicago
prepared by hanging a cloth bagcontaining ;
take oft foliage
I Is likely to more proper; supply of clean outside
chemical plant food In Dead Sine and Sheyboygan, Wl.
than necessary or partly !
a bucket of water and letting It doe harm" though; air" of !
dead Issue no "You are accused hitting
conk overnight UM 4 ounce of a dud leavta be picked Among Inadequacies and IU' Leaving for Maine last week
wholly may
4.IH mixture er tlmllar to each off. goofed Improvement pointed out your companion over I were Mr and Mr*. Ralph B. Runnel 1 Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
with bottle Have
uk gallon/ of water Shading la good practice when by the evaluator in the school a you .n'thin'l )
In defense?" ( *, who will volt In Bangor
Make hole for the plant large planta art succulent, when loll plant repoit were the following: to say your .
and Watervllle Mr and Mr
and deep enough to hold its root and air are dry and when run/ Is "Toilet facilities are fairly ade- "Yes It was only I a half-pint. and B, Krome at 1th St. rhone IK
without crowding Mix with sol at hot, But good planti can usually qUI to but not up to Southern -Ex. Howard Pease and daughters. )
LLUiL1iiIe Die outturn a teaspoonful of plant b* let successfully without shade, Ab ':clation standard There (Is Evangellne and Sandra, who will
food, and cover thll with soil Set especially U water or starter lolu- The Tooth Will Out visit In Farmlngton, Me, j
the plant In. place, then pour Into tlon U wed or if good contact no buy real) room on second floor
t S'a"i, i s e" r"I s. l too, jolt the bole, over the plant root, H between IOU and root U titsblUhedotherwise. or high school building, The ,color "t wan M cold last night I Mr and Mrs W, W Woodton
a l I l t 1'o l a'e" r'I loo be ua'' pint cf starter solution While the scheme and ventilation are uiiautlxfactorv couldn't sleep
1 S r .n' e'n"l/" "And did your teeth chntterf""I and daughter Miss Minnie Dell,

"Stairway and corridors are don't know, we don't sleep expect to leave today for their Pre-Cast Concrete
For aeptlc tank requirement I fur alone wiling food and drink, Bon: "I had to fire the secretary adequate for all (raffle The south tORt'lher-EII. summer home In Highland, N. C,
consult the plumbing iimjwctorDialntlle I hired this morning, Theywill be accompanied by Mist
must be laid with Vt CAnpatcher: "Didn't the have Kit Godwin of Barlow, who ha*
been visiting at the Woodson home
Inch open apuic between Joints any experleme?
"Automatic Wof,r" I and with 1'32 I Inch pet foot grade Hose: "None at all, I told her to since Saturday when she returned
All jolnta are. to I* covered with lit down and she looked aroundfor here with Mlsi Woodson who had Window Frames'Made

whtnmrwh H itrlp four foul x 18 Inch heavy a chair'1 if It's DEPENDABILITY you want been her house guest ,
tarred roofing paper' and have
I I not hm! than 10 nor more than II "Why I II your truck painted blue
.rtv.r n" ded it's ROPER want tEAT
inches of cover All dralntll un one side and red on the older' a new you

mut be laid In *i Inch washed "Oh, It'* a fine Idea. You ihould
t I!
rock extending from top of drain- hear the witnesses contradicting CUT g4
tile to 4 Inches below bottom Of' each other"
(for tile.

Minimum rt'qllll'lImenIJ and "Daddy," laid Bobby, " agricultural! sl/e are glvin nbn\n Septic they ever give any showers for
talks and drmnflcld mint be a I the groom?" M
Industrial or lateral dlnlance from the bottom "No, ion," replied hit dad
of bearing wall. Manhole mutt' "There will be plenty of dorms for
domtttic ut.. be tight fitting with smooth, watertight him after the bride begin to ,

Joint Septic tank and reign" i iII : , j
,y: IralnfioUl must not be Ideated I
\ within 50 feet of any well or
JacuzziPump. pump. Benson Electric Has

Tanks must be tight and of
riitiiitlr, cllllllrut'\lI"I. The recommended HOTPOINT

O and mix Is "one part cement: APPLIANCES II
Wat.r Sy.t.mfHomestead iwo purl' ilcan sharp sand and I II

fniii' pulls wuhhvd ruckSly volume rrlnreUm. l h. IK
the top Mai shall have clean
steel t Inch Q. What la the rime ef thl cut ef
3:I R Inch reiufunng meat?

e + 7yN m (.fillers, ml lack Inch from I A. It la a flank steak
"jotlom (act debDu! 1 nut rnnmiciuclir I 1 Q, Where ton the rut Cone free
construction nr repair. of any Brooks Inc. I I and how Is U IdentlOedT ?
j>|'iln' lank or ftinlnfiHil wlth- ; A, It comet from the flank section
1 of beef There It one flank steak In
mt first wniiiriR' .1 .permit hone i each hind quarter. U la an oval
the plumbing 11I'IM'dor.| Uoiger shaped, boneless, flat sleek weighing
I bees" uf tankH and .itlilitloiiMl from H to IW pound Th muaclea
icciiimncndoJ' It run lenithwlw to the meat la"scored"
dmiiitlto ale
to make it more tender
a requlie Iwu yarns "I i M Inch' Oldest Completely Q. How should hit rat bt KeparedrA
washed' link fui 75 hit of drain I Rain ir Shine tin emit II Th flank steak U braised. It la
tilt II yio often cooked with a atufflnf. To
I Equipped GroveCard.ken brine, dredge the tletk wilts eeatnned r
I l. [LIOlimED PETROLEUM C 6URegirc'ltu S flour and brown It on both I
P. ( )
Music & aides In a little hot lard, Add 4 cup
of water or other liquid and cook the,
llcnson Electric lias: of' weather during wintry blinards or summer meal, covered, at 3M r for 1H hours ,
or until the meat la tender, For flank
Appliance Co. cloudbursts . Liquefied! Pttf'eum! gel Is en the job. steak fillets, cut the steak Into IS
Inch strips, roll, fasten with akewera
Philco Appliances) Throughout the quo, It lies proven beyond question ol' and brafae. For atufjed flank steak, to Fit Any Standard '.
Radio, Refrlueratnri, Stoves, spread the meat with a stuffmi, roll
doubt Ideal M for rural tuburban hem**.
that It b lime
\ Water Heater,, Flshlni Tackle rrlnceton. Ph. 441 r. o. BOX siIIOMEMTBAD. or It, and fatten with toothptrka, metal

Sale and Rervlre FLA. 'A1I'oma'ieally' luppl1.d to you, It assures I clean, fait, con skewers the stuffed or tit meat with on a all ttrlnt aide Brown In a Opening
Phone Ht It N. Kram Ave Then lr-R service. Died with modern ROPER utile hot lard, Add liquid cover and
v"I.nt.low COlt cooking eook the meat for 14 hours In a
REM) THE WANT-ADS gas range, It place at your fingertip the finest of cooking moderate oven (JOOT.5.
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i Phone 411-17SRDr. nvo snows DAILTI T and a p. M.
t We specialize in modern grove care SATURDAY and SUNDAY' _.UD...* S tin U.AtlllllaaI. .
...: AdeJta Nlfht toOl Matinee (till I 9, ,m.). I'".
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.... .- Cartaom "8 . .. Added Telka Dot ** .
AVOCAUOSaand Sheri Path New

I TUESDAY and \\\\' .-,

F1oridaFistCoastFether Co. Onumtattla ef all atoda.CAUUNS . DeCAMP in .

y Cabinet Shop Wo4r HeriMti ad Ordintra." Mamlcal; "H... That
On Ida't B* Cured." Cartmm.
< Manufacturer\ of"Redland't'Br Building & Remodeling Sunny Grove
r THURSDAY and FRIDAY. leI ly T-l
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