Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 27, 1948
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00597
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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q4;'.f FloweTiShbW Trophy to Be Awatded SIIANDSIfONORED will ,be heH>i;htly with .
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b" At Pageant by Preston Bird/Donor; AT LUNCH HERE The R... FormanLlncloame and tiMtrvmental: mnilc !\
" en Tuesday began vaniteU Utaerrlce Mr. Unckome la a nationally ,

.f't"11M sweepstakes award In the Lisa Angellnt Buttey.CaWnduUj . at.the rrlocctoa, Church, knowfc crangeUit, teacher, author I
F flower allow a silver cup donated --IK and grad, -Jin I A luncheon *t which some and pulpit" orator and the pubut
,,\\1) County Commulon Preston thirty prominent etttwni oli 'et'..11"wdllni'antf( ; aulotiwbfle I* urged to hear 'fcba, says the i
k;B. Bird, a U1 be prompt to the Ue.DUntbu* pink-Irt, Mr BruoTbompton i Homestead and DM Jlediand Ofjtrirt *- revenues for roedi. Its Mid this Rev. Chac C CrautweUi partocDa ;
11-year-old Ann Flyna ; Sad Jim *. were invited guests, was i* needed U the eUTe to U catchup
Orore, at the pageant Mixed Itowtr*-Snd, Jim Lw. i I liven for W. A. (Bill) Shaw of. with needed highway improvement you want your suit passed
!fE., night Mr. Bird win hater IU .*-', Mn. Bud Mel.aon. -I Gaineivlile, candidate for goverI *. while you patiently wait
I in the baMboo Tavern Tue.
j. prmnUtlon. 1 After the lunrheon Mr Sh n4. W* have a dressing. room sure a*
day )treat '. MriAn
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received not only three Arrant 00 and hU (Harty attended the r lint fate! 'I
Jacob amT Howe E. Moredock
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the trophy-but I RItter.
third Uble Mr Calls | In fa few remark concerning
prize and a prize. Center -trt. *
r Jim Lee who ranked second,' Flynn; {nd and trd, Mine Angel, [his candidacy Mr. Shards, a
I member. of the tale senate for
received two tint prlxe. tour 1M BolIN' (the .tail eight and prior to "BM"Shands
year W. A.
: second price and a third .".... End TiWe-lrt Mi** Angellnt that a member el thy state road
Hit Angelina Busses, third in Bus ass; 2nd Ann IIJ'nl'i'reI." /(beard for four urged ue
rank, received. two tint prizes. Mn."V.,M. Ci nneU.'j ,5V ,' .
.three eecond !'1'If" and a third TSwo-to-jive.inch cnaear lit
Anne Flynn.FivetoeightInch j
;.,., firtH. does 14, -:' Ba Sun to Register YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR
., ,; the Judging *>' in Itrlct accordance
." with the handbook on I Anne Flynn. \ Then Return
Judging published toy the FloridaFedmitfoa Dried material-Jr4, Mn. O H.

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msnbera--not hurled: only with Burial Held "in X4410011
with nemea: abe
Mid. A alight' Imperfection such Aa Edward Campbell,'4. died
... a petal that had. fallen from a Monday at hit home anKfogi ....
r, kept.;j entry from receiving Highway after an lltae** 'of Mveral *' . ,
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't The 1udgef.nre Mr*. CarrieBailey Tuesday by TurnemF'Unerkl .,' ,
W. Horn M MadiioqFla.."fcf 'Pi' ,
and Mn. $ Younghani.rMI '
, ml and' the Junior Judge neral 1 ervloei and u'ria1.,1I. i
A veteran '
1 (who ;r pr* enud the club acd '
Service with the U S. Cot
had .no*voice ta Guard Mr. Campbell ins re- r
j.Urt..Or Beckwith..Awrdetwen decisions-was tlR'M41G-hla home here 'Fridayafter I. r
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,.. SpaJ.uI, MIA Angell"
,* Buuey. H* leave: his wife Mr*. hills
, Orchl: Jr-),t Ur*. Fred Fuch Campbell of Cocoa; bit nattier, I I.j I
(i.r+nlum-tin bloaeom) Irt.Mr Mr, W. A. Campbell of ..Madltpn
*. Erred Francis; nd.. Mr* W. taro broOien D. Campbell ot
B. CavM; trd. Mr*. W. B. Cave LaMont and Dennett Campbell of. j I
: Toiiuettlaeotit Mr W. B. Homestead: and four (liter*. Mr* C.M.GAYCOMrTROLLER Elect able experienced and successful business
\ E. & Aman of Homettead. MI'& ,
-, tavtx Cave
Mr B. trd
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> E. r. Ray. A. C. 'Worle, of South Miami I man, farmer and rancher. With Bin Shands,
1, : African yt letf lit Ann Seri, B. T. Barker of Tampa and AS : Florida will go forward on a sound basis. With-
C. Vann 01 Shady Grove.
Flynn; Wd :Mr% Herbert KU; Mr W. Hilt Shands, Florida trill continue growing. f.

I |rd. Anne ITynn.remalrt, Hi .Sherrr. 2nd, E. MRS.A.D.FOGLECont'nued ABLE JTATl Of FLORIDA EFFICIENTEXPERIENCED I ChooSe a man of proved ability for governor

\ ,. t'. Ray (Politic advertUement paid tot by: South Dade Jrtend
'r" iMih. gtrdeiU-Jrd. Mrs R t ( from Page One) t1
%4var4<; kooormblt mention, n at Cutler and then at 'N.rwiJMr ,I rots Nile" Ale.) I tll Bill blends)

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Twelve varieties of pottedblanta First Methodist Churih of Homestead -
-ltt. t ".?Ray. and before her health failed\
i HoyA pl8n..2nd, Mr*. W. H.bough. the wa active In the Redland A
*;'. I W. C.. Mor. Home Demonstration pub:: :

t oit 2aG;Jdrg: '..l' hrer. 1_b dduion >o rise tuihitrode .1.( '" ;: Don't tail t9;Std Our ,
Begonia* (olions) lit leaver; three tona Win { : : -I
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t Jteptakd+j Mr*. IlodL.. and Arthur,.R Poll '. ".. ': ". '.
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J .ante Bunty.Cut Mr W. T. franklin of Home -
Flowers stead; a. brother Gee W. Moodiof
t Varielle of uten-It, 2nd and Naranja; and three trrandehlU jI
'I'd.. JIM 1ft. Bran, Jean and June Fogs and '
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Fy.Febfva 21194SLFKUIT ; 1 'i 6-" ", ': THi.tEA n..ENTEIi'jJUSE u R Pare Th

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DISPLAY) :' Garden" Club' Displays' for: Visitors 'LOCAL; ART CLUB Dade Park Rcpm llcrd'.r,:":I

Interesting Plants of:.tli ,rropits Ile Aiinixt,tp. e1for F,lr ,

DRAWS CROWDSA EJIBITS WORK A mMtur reotwlttcikw ot ;
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Festival visitors ;fa* longana ; (Itfhe.I $ tea bid CMtttjr parXtliii ben' "- .J
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Iav.rJab171 I. T1 the
king table covered with top at the South D !I curry prpprr star apple. ,\ A teas stretch of wail with pared under direction of

d trap***.
(ton** ifajiUln;: U UMpMM big .. Wlth 'I'll"f" I \, In MfP nt'kt', n.rttsgr.p \l'IJ'\ ;;ati I 1\1''b.. beet pr-M ftf Qtilerpestead ill paUl** of dlvfdt the eotranc a ttndy, A "wtedmf" ".
'" 'bhdIi
of doterert lor moat isms .b lfwt! Art Out exhlMf
FeaUral viaiton.H and ba&(I'O\Ut4 of trop'cftl plant oM. water color and gouache am dotted with etWtul umbrtt* '
rt are spread sapodillas A tall mass-of pother vine Hinting Entry: hi the exhibit las and planted to palms and **
guavas ImjvaU. monsters delkUoxa forma one end ft the booth anda I was not limited to dub member *. from 1& park beet + ,
and 3-.. fruits custard *pv lightly smaller nephitta vine Many of the pictures art offered complete with rustle! rtcreatloa ;.

!>.>... ...Iwat, star: appl-r 'anmbpUii is at the "ir' end <>f 1M .4W. I t.Ii saw shelter phrnlctables and trenches
In P rltlnr ..f native '.nl..n
curinam cherries and CeyUar lint are a gumbo limbo trfcaeput II Those wfm ft ..'nlln.. on ''
sect'on representing Redhead
lea: as* ataatetau. a Florid cedar, tnda i' display: are Mrs Frank Webb fruit und Spice Park. the exotic t
Citrus nut Drew Between these
wndl '
club president Mr W. B. Caves, f.
frullt-huif citrons: and ponder young trees and the row of anti 'exhibit r chairman Mr. and Mrs. ass with their
botanical .
NIl tenvmi. Villa franc Icmoot root slenl palms next the grass .1 names.Don't
'Jai W, Eaton, Mn Lonnlt Hood ,
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tweet lemons, Rancpur URIM, art strategically placed an azalea, Mrs. Maud E Chandler ...*. '
Meyer lemont Umequata, kum- euchari lilies, bougatiivUlea. W.... John. Webster. Mr*, t. L. Leave Valuables *

quart ora&muatUnfeloa, rah: double polnaetUa, piltoaporum, 'Steam. Mn. C L Chi pity, Mrs. Keys'in Cart- -Hrantley. -
mottdln. :mandarfau, kind .ranfet > bottle brush, pandatui 14 other i .iuy Ralph W. 1t II\'IIID. Men Jesse : 9;' +

.. toJflr oranges. and" Nbf 'd1nll" plants i! Cowman Mr* Frank Henderson "Remove the Ignition keys and t

. red crapeirult.JV J.. minding path lead* Id Ihtslatbolise : Mn. A. C. Miller. Mrs Boa all. valuable* blots automobile* '
: .... ,.. ,- tact anatUb-' lneai>pla VfrovUf dkpUj K ratltoert.bouquets =. Archer Miss Helen rp*"aad 11'z. parked at the festival grounds", fl
-:' ... a. tub, and fctrawbery ''of hugfyeltow and red Wardlaw Police ',CUefttim'r. Bantu j
let ace -powlnf at the fabfct'i warned visitor yesterday .
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,; ,roaae ,grown by Mrs. Tom Post, I .
ind. There aisle bo berries, .
et tMuhla) buddletf hibiscus, Post" check reveal valuable : ,
,} turmeric, M; 'alltplc- tree nd : hostss\
ahrtmit plant and various garden POPP1KTOBE cameras. costs and ether \
teed pod,:rrooi kapok, aaho&an1bat. flowan. Air plants adorn the left In parted CM on the fairground f

.being wood'-tree .. :walls, and monsters OeVclosa *, Mr. Brantley Mid. la f
leave hang Iron the .b l..*. I SOLD SATURDAYPoppy many teak UK driven hive letj 1

.WOMEN'S BOOTH A palm exhibit from the Htln 1 I the car keys, M Invitation to far ,,'!f)

lei* nurseries lines the walls of MRS.HEHMANJ1EINLEIN: 1 : Day wit be observed thieve 4

SDSHANnW the seeder Enterprise booth! I well as of the tropical fruit exhibits ,here by Arrant-Smith Post V; r
(K across the,(isle.Out'sts4ding f 1* Mr* Herman Heinleln, WV "Saturday. when members 90 New Voter Register "i, l

in the horticultural karden' club: president ,and 'eu* of the post and the auxiliary win For Town, Poll on Mar. ft "
The women'i department booth display! .w. big stag horn to land lodlan of R4taptPrnilt arid" Spk e sell the popple* Jn down-town Tegta1 .
pot only often attractive cpedinena viotiftf double Poinsettias !( Park. Her Mother.. Mji;:O. W1. Homestead. Ninety MW oro..,. have J
The Iftiit tree exhibit JI I Catkins co-chalrffiln. tW U in tered on tM Florida City town
tot those wish tq look '
lome: Saturday was officially dealn.ted ,-
.f small, Of such elmoct book which will be closed S Uurdijr I'i
but .-.|M> offers bargains for'thoie specimens constant attcndanc I I'I' Poppy Day |n e proclamation night at the town hall, reports "
who: com to buura.. Jam. S. Issued by Mayor The K.Klrby .
Town Clerk Ceo. M. Arbo-
McCready, assisted 1 o'clock Mayor Tom -Klrby I who called upon the dUo I
Freed.'N i fait On Wednesday, 904 \fOhn'I)
Mrs. Let i MORE THAN 300 of Homestead .
by welcome tilt Botarutnl to rent to observe the had registered! for ,the general ''
Judging In this department waa ''I' . and the Homestead day in remembnno of lilt war election en Monday Mar I

done Monday bjiu MU Alls* ROTES'COMING School.. band will play deal C & PhllUpi and Henry Wad x''I.
1 Tyret of Miami and Min Berth
to the
Thompson wen added
Pill Husman and Mia Alice After lunch the festival gee I
Warren of Homestead. TO FAIR FRIDAY hibit will be viewed then the Arthur Gould Will Hold councUmanle ballot this week by

Awards were ** follow*: motorcade will tour the fruit i ilion aeo- Revival for Nazarenes petition.

Jelllea-1st, Mrs. McCready. of the RedUnds on Its way
More than too Rotarians com- back The Rev Arthur-William Gould
Marmalade -- lit Mrs. MeCready. to Miami
Dtialni menben of dub In tht of Kankakee HI, evanfeliat, All ReservationsSold

|? Pickle let Mr Howard Miami area and visitors from stager and muHclan will begin a '
i ? Chas. White Not to Come ,
other cities throughout the country meeting Bunday Out
Thompson 2nd, Mrs. McCnady,
Jrd. Mrt. E ,Von, Ammon. will be brought to the Fruit As First Baptist PastorThe at the Homestead Church of
Festival Friday In e motorcade the Naurene, announces the pasta -.I
< Fruits-let, Mr*. O. W Calkms Rev, Cha Whit has decided M thtVIOLETTA
the R. John T. Bowen.
organized by the Miami I
white guava), Ind Mr*. Calkin not to accept the pastorateof
(strawberry guava). The Rotes wilt wend their way Pint Baptist Church of Homestead Mr, Could, who bad had much
through VIe farming areas. of radio experience will
KIu1..uuf1., .1k1na. but to remain at hit charge speak on
'' Mrs Sooth Cede Homeatead when wpy >l 009,000 youth are 111I-
Balanced: ,meat 1st. Me. m Caldwell, Tec. .,r. Whit ,
''Mr Howard they winpartake of t flan fry churched on Juvenil delinquency
Cready; 2nd served as minister ben some 2Q
luncheon arranged by the Home- : and on other vital subjects lee I
.n yean hU father Dr. J L,
ago lend
& <5reen beam-.t, Mn. Thomp- stow club in UM city: park across White of Miami. I* serving at'WI:. Bowers ...,.. Ha, will be

the 'street. from the fertlvalvreundt. ,, supply paster1, :assisted by the Could tamllr lo Sun, Feb. n & Mar. ,7 ,
local club postponed
Shelf : 2nd .) Me The vocal aad Instrumental mutic.
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I.Wf11ttda, !
iaa."rq noon
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; lit ,NfL J. A.Jtoth. ln( to coincide with the flab
f: Pieced quilt.+ ,
"... '2nd, Mr*. W. B. 'fry meeting, and mftmbert will ,i NER '
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f ( .. . !beet! M the park at itM to dos : : .Reef and
Caves tft Deep-Sea Fishing
Appllqned quilt'-1st. Mrs, Lee ttoat:If!\btb *, ,ad be heady to,:/
greet the;trlaltor I *. for the luncheon j
f reed; Bad, Mn Freed _
4 Other canting-1st, NfL Caves YIEWS, Boat VIOLETTA
j I It Bed spread 1st, tetra Freed; Register ,and Vote

and, Mrs,. t.L. Stream; Srd. )(11-. '.' At Duty Says Gays By JIM SHARP
Couch Kufeldt Rein La4Uf-l ewi U* OM Card Stand M. 11 miles .*.!*

('iTafAt *dotbAtsC: "rs. z: .t "t'al l..ate .2I-Comptrol- There's a 1M of talk these If rtorU Ctty.*. furnished 'T*. hasp year fa*. j

3oland.r' '" ler C MT Cay, peeking return In day about making' Hawaii the land the JUI-1I ........ "..... Hetaeetead M -W tat '"'". .. .
itat to now
iBth Up
Luncheon set-1st Mrs. Boland; the May pemocratU primaries U of \lbtle.and pineapple

ind Mr R. H. Smith. e full four year term In office. has been a combined tourist Daily Trips Except Mondays and Tuesdays
Volley exhibit-1st, Mn H. C today breed every eligible elltienot mecca and naval rendetvous t

Kern.Handbtg. Florid to register aa voter, During the war. U we as vitalto .'
-1st Ides Jesse Go*** and to exercise his franchise aat U* u strings to I tennis ,

knan, patriotic duty. racquet The population t* more r

Hooked. rugs-lsL. Mrs. Calkins. "he right ft the voter to exPress mixed up than a haystack la I .
Woven ruga-1st Mn Lee his opinion i* more important high wind, and that's the most I IiJ'plcaty .

,f Freed; 2nd, Mrs. Fread. the year than It has ever American thing aboutgU "Late Blight""PARZATE" !
Knitted spread-Irt, Mn 8. E, before btn, declared Comptroller The Itlands may be MOW(
BoUnd. mile west, ai the seagull flies, i
Cay "Due to more rapidly
but in these day of fart air-
: Colored embroidery (luncheon
changing condition of
f' travel that's not much 'wt antobstacle. ,
eettlMra.. violet OeNlsco; than any of to* can ram em' If Hawaii doe comet; I Is Du Pont' newly
2nd Mrs. Jess ; 3rd. leer It la vital that the electorate
elects / dithlocarbamate
," Into the union and they developed fungI. I
qtrs. McC eeJy. of Florida and the nation become
of hula their
a eMipl girls a*
:I Pillow case*--1st Mn. K. H eligible, by registration, to vote. representative you mn look / ride which may be used M a pray i
:, Hannaa; Ind. Mr*. R H. Smith and their dust.
l'Y then exercise privilege for great interest on Capttol or a Many successful-growers ,
!1'1' Jrd. Mrs. Hannan. alone this lint by casting their HUI . especially when thief and Experiment Stations have
(. ;I> Guest towels--1st, Mrs. Roy ballot on election day". make e motion ;

r. t' ''ferutMwyler Xnd Mn Violet Comptroller Cay In leaking re Do not tell our Redland, found "Par ale" unusually effective ,

W DrNlsco; Xrd Mn. B. Vot Amaf turn to the office he now holds, section short Listen to the in the control of both early and ;

won I II basing! tint campaign on his favorable comment fl'Ollou late blight of potatoes and tomatoes
(,' -1st Jin..'Roy Wlttenwyler ; record visitors No have plenty t.
of efficient administrationof
J'I ; Mrs. Witten.yler. offrr Be a bOOl" Wt Ir WITHOUT CAUSING INJURY :
state affairs aa evidenced by
l,n: articl-lst Mn proud 'Of our festival ,
the savings to Florida I
' .. taxpayers wh II
-. tee" Tread, 2nd. Mr*. WlttenwyP million thank to those
% ten In!. Mrs. Fread. of 11III1Wlnda of thousand made It OIIible. If you haw
,, ( '.',' Crajonex articles->rd. Mr*. of dollars by prompt payment and not seen It, do so f Ft)! nrFORMATIOff AND IMMEDIATE MUTUT lEI I
"J'' "'lttenWTler.r' discounting of state bill*. Two Japanese 1e1l11Jt1. It

1st Mnf chains that baldness can b t
t' Textile painting v
: \ Freed; 2nd, Mrs. Haze McDroyJr. ; trham; led, Mrs. Roy Witten- Vitamin cured by B Into in the injectkM* tlp. Thif of R. W. Brown Company

. .: I |rd. Mrs. Violet PeNiaco. ytor. should "B" In Ute bonnet of CfM*-rkM. 14. stark MbusiMrbeM <- J7*
lei: Oil palntlng-lst Mr. Maud Special, awards were: many a baldheaded man Wanf' I .

, Z. Chandler: 2nd. Mss Chandler, At** n-Irt,. Mrt Violet De- to infect a bit of color Into time > Glade and Grove
1 Apron*-1st", Mrs. Wltlenwy Nisco; Sad Mrt. Z. H Kannan! Sportawear' you select? Tfa*. Supply Company itTrb.eete.

ter; 2nd, Mr A. Traynor. Ird. Mrs. A. F. Arthur. i place ldcb""the3. -' ., n+xheee IN sad 171 1 1I.
Wooden tray-1st Mr*. W.. B. Swedish! 'daming-Mn. R B. CLOTKIUUn W* handle K., ,
Caves; 2nd, Mrs Chandler InS Amidon. i tionally Famous Sport ClothIng .
,Mrs. Fread. Block priotlng-Mr*. W. B. for men and bon . C.-...',..... Sapply'Company3t3GMlX

Aluminum artkle 1< Mr*. H. Cave everything: Is, of the DES Fj R. C Rr.Ml i I
B. Amkdon. 2nd Mr*. A. D. Smith I ;; Fen picturct-Mn. tee tread.Crocheted quality. Colon art besutlfullj
,JriJ. Mr*. .baby .inutfit.rMts.&o.eberrq. Mended to give yau that ":'11ft- .**! M. Fas TbMM "'M I
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The r..v..k.r.-."}': "";, I f)1Q 1 EEN9 jifMil'li' fi' Judy'Iflwrt ll t TrofflWHelerek .M 4i'-e.:.. '" ". 'r, "

I Otay and Ruth "'" UN HoWein
,Leader-Enterprise THE MAIL /BOXVWVWWlWWVWVWUWt (6b rmiMl frOm Page One) Ream : NE".-. afro piedaR IsQ

,>" I 1'hII Toe-aat leas omt-
royal proeawlon I* repealed
', r"4011 is son -'M Mtw fiedUnd" and lea Md dii5.d br Wr. .M Mrw.Halff .
", a* the cannily alt flI th.1 ** *
r 'f ..r....... r.Yee N ......-. rates so tAX wcftt or wUede ..III South Dadam opening} pageant eock evening this S. DorKi tmi .f the $olanII.
f tat. New* lIMe rswwraa Ce.pew.arlt I -t I iris oI of I- Boter Pi d* int c.. of roar
$. Edittr ...Entirpri**' del" ,1 be irMI"'ft s Jf.i.j The '{Wf<4pt begins wVh the I t }a. 90 tI
,'tWIai'tti Xkvrglad foalier whk-f* ', *
( Atom CHi Tuesday night At this week West by t his SUnJlllltV. I .
....... sod Mlttfauwtmm i there rim to me ottt of the great- .,....., bolitt the {reation of thf trOT I

I .....ITACW u. Mtor tea I eel pleawrre of I'IIYa.lentll In A capacity crowd .. Perrln and and with dedication of line LEGAL NOTICES
Everglades national
r MTUNBO the llciiluid Dtetrict Every Palmer, grett-grandnn Dr Park and a
HAM rMltriA
11a" --. h cnt moral rlttten of the itta- "Henry Ferrlm whoa maaaacr la stirring "VIsIon *f the Future"
tries wu intuited and ibortttd',enacted in tine ppe4l, crows Among the hlshlls of the Y/0TK"If Or a p I'I'1Of rot TAX
stmearrnox RAT'SIM I Mt\ Bolender and th* runner-up, pageant "th. "Ory Klnetle :
... .. by the moral depravity, the Open ctwaw "':,-.. .f Ittlr
stoat? 01.001 a sta. pUode which e'grct
Wad DicM la a cfenwnytnarkM plume aims
b5e t .... gambling, th* flouring *f the law >
..... ., sr; ,, ., It A*IT that took place at the ttam'm I by pomp and .p en .
4 0,001 a also that opened In Homtd Monday Monday night on the outdoor stock to merry-maker m I ..... amok tie Cs on.osNa ...
itag In his brief talk V,. tavern dancers a bar n....d IS* tee -low .f *'.-., A. II. IM4.CIW
..!...I M S4SfJ .... eel W < ), iil IHt. .. .... .-. rffta. .t and i real thrill to see the forth- Palmer. Miami city cvwnbaloMr.4aanuMiid tender wlUi handle-bar imurtach ..*'_lion for a t>s deed"i
>}i. 'part i aL* rbrM. ..*. tin a* e* right and determined ttaod that the tlv l *and coatwned actor who Wage t W jam* :.. kid C4,0A bee a '

against this evil Ultra. by the rightly portray IM County II ,*y nlnetie waltz lend rotor saw .MM( aI .J.....wA, r..,r
". land of and solid and Movement to the eplaod ,
official ef Mometd. THkyerKirby. wpportnaity
811 .* Slip tt NWH .f n" ....
Peettval Week to the member ol-th lty enterprise rather than a hot Spot Herman Heinlein play the role MM t. TMPWIU M ..... Rareeawe .S
council. and to Police Chief Frank of gambling Korea racing UHl of On Henry Perrine In the Per- MM-liw a A.....> wm >r M*
AM! Kaibew fltipstrlek floe In ttw city .< Neal 111 r....
By BranOey I extend Try congratulations night club ai ao often shown maHMT on Indian. Key In an.aa ea.d, Sean aI =1 .
festival week and we art on end highest commendation .la national tnacaiin ,' IMa VemoB W. Turner to Pone The HMM M WtWi .W er."to .....
Attired In whit a 1'14' de Lenin In "Spanish Explorer. MM HittftnM* was to ... .re all
display *, and I know that the majority a gown .... Nettle '-.
'. Par all the world to saunter by ol the people ot; Ibis district velvet rap trimmed with ermine, Sam Wood M, I* Chief Oaceata U.V.. ..& mUflnfe. tail W ...'...iMM dw.dia
and i glittering crown, tM queen and young Patrick James and to w .toasty donOisd
aDd see stand tone hundred per cent behind 1 .we.ild be add to tat Neh.t. slide.K .
:\ The thing w* raise, the thing weAnd then8w. was attended by Miss Ann Mc- Edward Neafeey and Dames Harvey 0". Hun dew .. Ifc* Inttfc. /
'; lAne, Mb Margaret Barnes and I are the Indian children in i NeeWar in iMWIk .! April, less, I
. Robert R Chapman, Jr Samlnole1 .65.k h au, Arrft. IMa.
, f specially you and. meW > Mix Catherine Tbompaon. Her Bosse :: lit* -.r* r..ra.ev, rt".
,1> court train ewe* born by ttnyMdclad In 4 grand final, the entire f. *. UATHkaMAK.
! ;),\'t fruit and flower grow In GROWERS: MEET pages, Bobby Jo Marsh oat }oils to form the Wheel of I CkrkImmediate 110" of., OW"A...C4001.....%..
1 l" we film* InJ Olivia Bryant the Future with the Spirit of the a.= ar t1MIRS, rr a C. J
r : memories fade timer (Continued from Page One I I Bl'erglyiies, Emma Jane CI.6o .. i
al )
I Tlulr Mlai South Dade In white I\lvtt,1I ,,-'.... a. 1,00,sal; 2U to rn...aW'.
Koea flitting 4>y; mltte which1 ha h* retpll\albU-; a guttering silver tape and
'I .. Vmalitler make imprint fly of making recommendations frown was attended by alias,I
t.r'Jn the mind, and .never dl. to the State P. M. A. roniniMe Helen Sohrwder, WU Georgia'
1i., Gn' disposal of the local comma,, gfcall' at 4,Mua May Leg ett as '
THOUSANDS Wisher of the power. 'ap'ex. l ladles-to-waiting, and Sandra
: #t' VIEW pressed In Thursdays inccn| (. AngcUnl and Mary Cadway aipagM I !
will the ,
guide county committee
t DeSvcry
(Continued from Pg One)
'f).' preserve* Rids from the tropical In Its recommendation to the elate I Trumpeters who. heralded ,the;
group, The site tontmtttcc, In queen were Lonmt Turner and
r fruit There also exhibit by
turn nil crake Its recotnmendiUon :J
lot Itarcer Marching cadets and
the Fatur Farmer of America
, i 4-H elub, schools, and Dad in. to the secretary of airtcul.I flag bearer Included Alms Keen,i on ;
I lure the flat 01 :
, aualrUil firm *. on disposition Daphne hunker, Grace YagarhM,Ji I
the camp Janet Waggoner,. Patsy Helnleln,''1
j. It Of special ,Interest In the di.> --- --- . 'I'i i
) .. play of th* Ifomealead Redland ,Ann Hathaway. Katherine Lam-,
, f't i aDd Princeton turn demonrtra- Grass 6up'!y CA, IMI4 Radio 1
poet to a templet exklbt Salt and Service. Hector Supply Westinghoiue
f; if e: pioducto which range Co. If a Bartoe Wright ttectrie i

1 $i'uin' th**tfilvj coconut to voconuloap Clarence Breartey, Row E: faoCSc.: \ '. "
Amn<.the other item are redeck. Homestead rMritlUr : '
, Aluminum tray, tooled copper Co. Gftddla Sofa 'Shop. fhimte : .. ,. .. / :
feork, etched glassware, painted Walker.. OrowvM EqulpmantO '
I 7 'Cu. FL .. 9 "
CR. Ft.
|oxtllt. and -colorful display 01 > nagler rotoahep. Roland 'j ,
1 onaerved tropical fruit Carlaaa. District News, Homestead IMdotr- '..... '" '.
jfalamoodiA" kumquat and (nangr < Enterprise and several out ot lC) ,

' ; | tided among the products town flmia. I Oldest OmpletelyEqfttippetl 9 Cu. ate WIth fee er u td..o .,p.! ,j
tied t nod hens and : ,
} # eye tongue G..oeCaretaktn '. '::"'V.'.,11.< .
rhere I* Also display' of thrift NOTICE I
Whine mad from feed tack Br Oar Otto Sr...... .*.1' \
Gift boxes mad tip of the MOMW aMt fc* win ba h kkRfM >
iroduct M the districts' tropical fat .w metal W (taaae*! ,

erewe are as display .at the and trMiaj *f era ear and ",
.booth* .i.,Er. HeUo* .'* Grove and threat diseases vcry day I ., Immediate Detirery Also ,:' :j
bud, Jenner Craraa.Htlve"H except Sunday frees 1* I* II:" i ," J _,
,arc used In th ,sad ky apptntmenl until April P. O. BOX: MPlMM : ::i
Industries developed her by Id !I*, M whlra ..... Another dieter I II 'IB '.on l 'J' ,?
Carson who wei native cypress win f the advice and, rat A
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In brlglaal furniture designs. andy treat era, car, MM i HOMESTEAD FLA. '" ; ',
the Tropical Shell Shop watch ,and Now .--.. (Adv.11'' + novMtie Table and ,1l WESTINGHOUSE RANGESSERYEL
lampa are mad. In Mr Carton w
t home khope Mill tlfM to cok*' !
M bib own tntxmf "IdI'M oats l '
r' riorkta ..... Everftade 0.tee ..-.. DUFFTSUPHOLSTERING JI GAS REFRIGERATORS
v Y Largo Coral and Heron Cray

3 ii*,, bateblidhed: /ubetatlon at office the AND )'III SHOP I I

fwUvai for JO* week On display "
Ire 'wmiple of all stamp avail- We Cpeebdlxe U AIX-PLA8TIC MAT COVMS ; I WHR GAS 1 RANGES, I

.ble la the port office here, Inflailing OM Firm are Refrnhdird.,Kawvared *.4 Kenwelt4CxctalT
the, Everglade National Made- e-OHUr Cheat add r.*....l I e
ek atansg i i ,:
| Th noria Power and LIgM P1IOXE: IJpmctteid 2S2.J.'Broce's i ii j

Co. publfclM Ito system with antricallY41shtsd

bows the location of map Its which plant

; \ fropoaed*lid bU in aertrk..And*.arUriet tt* pretest shed G NN& OiI Pr_ i

,1 *Id tt* Homwlead Idled booth usO | JIKjgfc

I.. b a hip school are exhJWt *f Block Co. : i Fhrldtt t

Mil portrait by pvpiK, crayon I ,
etchings. drawings and waterColor I TIC COOK BMBtatead MIT.
painting Alao displayed (at Niranjdi Rock Co. Quarry) ; FUt ler at Knees Pbo Wl :
are unique papier roach animal
rAd'lrtnpere-tfeitnt..t clay'fiIurM. : i i
CEMENr'BLOC'ZAN rotixmstntcn
bowl and pin trays mad by VTociE AS i lMtItrIbttaer el' .
04 CORNEA and l-DICn r.tBTmOlf" ,
fij.t ftendjcraTt exhibit fat.Airnitur I '
elude mad by the II I 'FI.;Ier at" Krone .. t
'roafitsal J mining department and ''Your: Orders Repe'ctfully' Solicited t ,I'HONIt rst UOMESTCA&.'ftA.2iWourjmbubnee .
j\!VA I Ins from th, bom economic J
,:, hnent, '

1\ KakJjno Men With mural I
4 r , fop. and Jiug*.cut-out llhj*-
ti s a of The, UW Rl Hen"
fit work Of the first j
Walker & Fales
'jmown in tb* RedlindbtKAHt
A;taple-ftv exhibited _
r ink .IRWHtel ,fora inlnt Depart atgtl.PLUG.
t .trade .

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.... . ,. ... -" "v. lea it.enaat..d+nw-Cea reshlanl i tfareeeJ ;

__ Mr .. Md dwhtT>ta. Quick Freeze Specials "
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and Around law. Or and Mm Robert P draw .

Nt. and Mrs. !Mk !Hive
'''- 'r! a 'v .. 1
with Mrmother tin IIFI OCR OWN B3ANDSide : .
Mr. and Mrs Fred link, ;
Jr.. .nd Ida (nndmothcr, lire : : ,

.... nd Unk.Mn. of Beef'(MorrdTi Western), Itx..-"". ._5Se ,
Mr and Mrs. lUrry tat 'Co"I, Mr and Mm C J Parma ft*. (t't Ie 7uur seder! ' . ,
, parents of a ton Hirrr Edward t1II'Mdilatvdasr after. wwtUag nUPorte .
I t r) c.6ftlrlrtf a late.
>' it VictoriaZ Ind. with their on-ln.
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Lbor w Aerating from a \b. k IU-
low and dtuchttr Mr. and Mm
MM at her home *Oral CMttt",
Wra Webster and baby>> tern and In Pork llama Loins Shoulders Spare Ribs -
on Redtsad rC. ;
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fce< and ,* Lynne trrto Rochester N. Y. vim their :.1. '
MJM 'Ardd. student .t --- : Neck Dories rMorlreWs
oT OrcenvUIti S.C, are viilt- daughter. Ii.1 .
Ashen with their parents MrHnd Rochester School 01 Munlc. Mr Mr. and Mn Alt "'** 01 -
Mrf. Frank N. hID and Mr. and Mm Parrs ell also spent some Washington D. C, visited TuwUr t tBs

nad Mm C O- Jtobtrtwn.MlM time In New York City < with old friend I 1. Horn*. 110de')3aooty, to. .............._.w....,,.i,8S
ItH4. Mr. Flak %u connected . ,.;. . \), ,
',. Bonny Larson has arrived Mr and N.... Hlrtm Pierce of with the HomMUai CotetprlM -." 'I
Mich.., home 4 rin( the ins-tt b oIn. ,"" Sting . .
plan from San Francisco to tort Tawia era an ertm ter er perk HnubmlM. o ,. t.
rail her with tier titter andstepmother I gvttt of Mm Pleree brother- -- ,I ":'; .'J'tC? ,.asse..t Miue'w rlraaMMty p.elssesr t. ,
)ft. and Kit in-law and tutor. Mr, and Mn MIlt Barbara Jon Smith and 'I ) 7 1
BeII Walter Wm. H Booth. Miss Joljma Mock, freshness;*t -
. .John & Stetson Unlvcntty pUnto 1
spend the _wild Mr with have
their parent Mr. nd Mn. A. D
fl Smith arid Mr. and Km r D.

,Ii t' I Mock.Km. & & Stub and her ion i South Dade Quick Freeze Plant

Edgar Saul, bate tttonwd to
1 their home In Shtlltnan. Gi. after ..W. to* BL ad lit AT*, HoMMUM Theae 198
DIET I a Visit her with! Mm SluIa'' aon- .i.
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr*. I
), J. B. Hardjr .
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1 Mr. and Mn, John Kemp of
- tout bland. N. V. are pending
_'; -- .. / \ : a week In Florida City ai house GENEKAL'.EUCTJUC

.' t1W .!,(. ., '.I .1i. ."lJj. guests of Mr. and Mrt. Ceo. MArbof .
0\\ J '...., \....., .... ," ait Mr. X Mp I II tn toiur
if. --..--- -wy' >JIi ' *.. ante broker SALES AND SERVICE
; Pwbepe orseatlag .is the i ttott common i .
i.discreoioa. The eases! revolt ol \
dietary Rouse pieita of Mr. and MnLK .
..trMtio| b Obitjr.baa bees a1d ILat.. O Clonieger Jr. art Mm 1
'(,la Amcrkt .M MnefoM low'ft rtT saatwB donlnger'i partntl Mr and ".... Radio and Appliance Repairs '.
.TN then frequtotJy wtog .. Glenn W. Kcttermin' and her slater *
.;' '' pendulum .,
Ube Joan Ketterman, Utt of
back 'sbe other nuwM. TTe Jo oo a diet. "j1.}
"t to Elkiiu, W. Va. The tteiton alto LICENSED Bud INSUREDCONTRACTOR .
'\/Ma..u...,.... salad"'diets wouldn't art spending tome tone with Mr. < .
keep a bid iliac.sal ...... .kam1e..raew. and and Mm XettBfnllI"ID.IIW J (
protela defid..ike ..-It. a to .r '. and daughter, Mr. and Mri Ce* ,

:! ta recent year treat atrtfet haw free ado io ourft Davis of Avocado dr. ', !

i', bowled,. clllllCridoao For k...saa.a of ei"al ....... .._.._....._........ : ;

qae, mast be biassed that proper yalaa a of 1108 WO JAMES ABCUKX,nara ::.
of say lied lilt HOSPITAL toon ELEL1RIC ;
b MdauifleJ.; dietary advice ....................--.-. Awl
pbyikUe. Vo Cd ihe&U Cereals U- all bodily
art: being adaptae IMC arias roar pmcripdooiKINk Mr. and Mn. Leonard Cash of
Heanettead .
are parents t a
daughter bon Feb. t* In James N. Krone Arc. at First SL Phone 2SS-W .J ;
\ A.rtber'SMIlb Ho plUL
A daughter was born to Mr. -
Glades Prescriptien Shop knd Mm Clinton Bishop of Home
;: stead on ran. 20. I t
On Feb. S3 a Mn wa born to ..'
'; 4-11! HOWARD JOHNSON fta. Mr and Mrs. Donald L. Landruav {

:jg 12 North Krome Are. Phone 61 of Mr. and Mrs. VIrgil Bedford I '
Homestead an parent of a
I/'CLOSED tVNDAYS BUT IN EMERGENCY FHONE tlT daughter born Feb. }}. .f '
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Call I: N. in ;
i IiBet.EIectric TWO HOWS DAHYl 1 uA l r. M.ATCItDAY .
South Miami Theatre $ and SUNDAY MttaMW I tin 1U
Adwd.alen Nicht-A mlto <<11IIo CktMrai lie M,tlM -.AMt* . .
tl Children Itt (Tn lael. ) Ma UM* rrtcw au P. MU

(, s if' blacks a.d'" Was Lisa w .. Dixie Bfl.hw.r {I ATVKDAT ..'*. M-Dwihto Fasten fmcnm 1.I :

)j .."....a4tU ....... MIMA. f1rU' rrfawetea Flerte : i II LASH UBUCtNNITEH HOLT' la :, ..
f hINT,1'eb127-last ftaIn Y..hl' t a" i .I .ForService (Run, you .'........ the vlfilapfu *r.coming) ,y


4 1., .M. -OMtkiiMM f t* 11 .. W., I t ; ": "* -STRANGE JOURNEY" /

l Tf)' DOE IZ (M1' VON IftOCKAM 1 Repairs (ArfinminU II
a4 :Amt Other BleetrtMFwfte442 I
:t ..4, MJXI-oBED": If.I.1eriIJ (itolf: a'nod's topmost talent ta' Broad.*/. brightest nightspot) .1
wd lance I Appuaos. :AM 4i *!Made AMnrlw*. WBi --1&1 1'1 1'aaeMarl ,
.. i%'WB '5.w: Ana Nome Wrtk" WB suns i i
111) Pause New .
a Md MONDAY.' JT k 28. Mfcr. 1HZKKY .
k FONDA and BARBARA BEL GEODES ta : .v. TUESDAY sot wn>>!fnIlAI'.'Mtr. ... 1 .

.ANN DVORAtx (Ywj3\ tee Mickey to a new end McCoy"1
'ill terrific. YoU .1ft1JI"\ '.
AT $WC6BftWAY Mar ids l-0hW. at 1* I ,. I en .' .e 1'.. Ever W_ CT***, .Pate. Hellish B,erUltrYMdle r
7 'JOAN rONTAINE: ,lid HKRBXRT WABSHAU.' in' \ t::. I.u. "' sad the Three m.d'.:Cbrloon.Tltt1tDAY .. 1

J V Y" 9 and FRIDAY Mar 4-, ,.: !
k. F. 1.

j PBIMY. M...... &>w. M I A t .. .. ipptomet riot, .I I ."LOST, HONK llOs VTUt '''
( bride pen while and \tiv>mrtn wott' hlnwett out trying .11
a .ALAN'LA.D1) sod DOROTHY tAMOUK to to learn what kapvened'). '

,"WILD HARV T" :W. MOWCY' 1sT.HOMEB11YAD.. I A.Wl WB, Spent its t r Mnrtt W. ........ .l'
1440* .
4, Tli...a.r.. curing Belo, A" 111410441.Stan MaywertkMM M r.: t-tt *B otnt..KaHaf'wkh i ic..a.
.t1DIItr n, *. i tra*..IS rm t*. '..AMH *s. Nt erg ....., ..i,4 **?. Feb ,2l.' list u ONaoaboale I,
' M.: A'"' 'lB BBCT AfAICABUS' MHMtT .t011CI$ with CrMMk Man !
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: t Social Een fS:: ;. laB f. fi-t lnttgtrtM. 'preoldes, (

d Homttbiad Horne "
i; .n Club, and Mrs. JT'o'lol
: Sir"I chairman of food and
It i u,'tntion for RtdUpd UomeZXem. IHratiOH

ApS DOROTHY POPPET: I3ECOME Hit g , Club, partidpajied
nwaday to i ;a radio skit prtswted. 2
TP) R H. JACKSON IN GEORGIA JUTES by member ot the county drubs, r'
Tht skit wn part of the
program -
,Mr. and Mr*. Frank WUey" ...,. Accessories and a purple orchid r 'Jan* RecommandV, which

poll' of Modello are announcing ,carters ,. wine an the air *t 10 a m. over 3
tnt mams** CIA U>elr daughter. A nMdu-U ot Pratt H1":'" SlaUon' WOBS.
Dorothy Louis. and Richard H r School, Mr Jackson h employed xw i I -.---
Jackson of Homestead and Purl 'a* a cashier at a local, emery BIRTHDAY PARTY HIVKN e

Arthur TeL Mia Barbara Soper dor ","," FOR SALLIE: WUGUrSalllt
and Jack Taylor of Homestead Mr. Jackson, a aon of Mr A. J.
were maid ot honor and belt man Grit, of Port Arthur, MMuoombet Wright recently markedj
pf The ceremony perform Feb. duty with the, army touliaty and her eleventh birthday .nnlverf'wry
17 In tnt paitorium the Folk*. with a party at the home, 1
Africa World
Ion. (Ca) Baptist Church. j present during 1>* II 'tseoclateU)Wai.JI;with At The eleven children of Mr, aDd )Ira.. Trank Bemecker: ot of her twrent Mr. and Mrs Olla1
Redland help celebrate IOtlt wedding annlvenary Front 6w P, WriftL ( '
The bride won a powder blue James John lama mn lQti!
and Barker Jo .the (left to rghti Mr. A. V. Phillip, Mrs Welter 8chul Mr ,and birthday
tailored .fske was
gabardine lull '
with Wick aervie sliders utI,*,,, "
j jIR. Bernerfcer. Mr '
Barnacker, 1'1. FriU: Rulzko Mr*. Alfred C. wJb *V ..
Albright" Mra.tdna ,\'verI8.cI row left to-right) Otto '

II( AND MRS. FISHER HONEYMOON HERE I Bernecker, Walter Berserker Lee Bornecker. Frisk H Bet i H J . OOI i'ltiUid
necker, ErrteH Bemcker
and FriU .
r i :AND IN CUBA WHILE:HOME IS COMPLETED Bernecker.ALL , ,' MRS,Cf .I.:.PliroStsoff :;. .

Mrs giltJThowpaon:: "';'I: In-
r MX.: and M.... David ''A. fitter Utter 11)1) ** and wore a single 11 CHILDREN AND t BEST MAN: ..PRESENTAT mel.a':1n" "'Ubertr "ftt taI4'ftl

wht wee minted: Jan -IT hr New atrand of.pearl et let throat. GOLDEN WEDDING o :w. :rI'I ."",
r York City art spending their The matron 'of honor wore a.noonlength : OF DER.N"ECKERSj "rein ate4. at ttit jpeeUng bull
honeymoon In Miami Beach, blue gown and carried : vennj( ,' a
Homestead and Cuba. Their home red rose*. ark, of Mr. and Mrt. Frank U Del cam here for the golden wedding Visitor were Mr. and Mrs. Cj a
t* under construction at, Fisher honor wore pink ad t24.did necker celebrated their golden]I The Other Bemecker Bona j R. Mytr of Baltimore and MrsJ
Erte which Mr. flatter I* do rose The flower-girl wore a long wedding anniversary,Feb. II with I art Otto, FriU. Frank H. and Leo, Anna Cook, of North, Alhevijlt t 1
eloping: on Farm Life rd. at pink taffeta rock and scatteredrose open house at their home on N. and the ether daughter are Mr, N.CTh
Coconut Palm Or At prevent they petal from tt pink baiket Krome teas. Present. : .were their I I Walter Schultz, Mn A. 'V, Phil. Washington' birthday .,
1 are'stiylng at the homo of Mr. .\\t. aon., rend five' daughters, lip, Mrt Frit, H. Rutike and I theme was carried out in
and M.r, E, B. low of Coconut YOUTH GROUP. CONDUCTS' and ,|}h.G! grtndchlldrwt and ,Mr*. Edna Avery floral 'decoration and ill.the
Palm dr.. but will leave early In CAMP nail: eCETICE two great-grandchildren. special Early In the IBOO't Mr and freshrntnt court ,White e
March to spend three weeks In A *!tamp fin service was held guest was Herman. Rutzke who Mr*. Berserker moved to the square. Iced In a red and Irwer
Cuba Sunday evening at Redland Community was belt man at their wedding United States and lived tor awhile 'cherry tree' design were serve
Mr Fisher and the former Mb Church by member, of in IM, in )risen, Germany. In New Mexico and then In with coffee.
CeclMa Morgan, daughter of Mr.' nedland-Sllver palm Method Alf 11 ou and daughter livedIn Utah. In ISM they moved in Afterward member ot th
and Mr*. Max Morgan of New Youth Fellowship. the Homestead area until a Homestead where they own 40 group danced the Virginia reel 1
York City, were united In mar' About thirty young people attended year ago when Mr Alfred Albright acre -79 of which are act to piano accompaniment played by
Hueby J>r. }. A, Goldman In the open air aervlce. Larry moved to Miami and Walter citrus and other tubtroolcal fruit, Mrs. Ham Schmlts.
Temple Zlon Hsfleld conducted a worship Berserker, to Roadside

The Wide. was attended by her program and Jack Levy, a recreational ka, Hamburg, Pa. Mr. and I MRS. DRESCH, ,FLOWER SHOW EXPERT, C.
fitter, -101.*. Blanche Goren as period, Jack also made Walter Bernecker and Un AllIer-I'I
matron of honor, and Miss Ruth ,! picture* of the evening1 I actlvl- necker'i mother Mr TO SPEAK FRIDAY FOB REDLAND CLUB|*at
Lillian Simon ai maid of honor t.leI. Glerenger., also of
Ura, t J. ,D reach 01
Or Samson a ltec'htwas belt Toledo 0* secretary of Ute Delphian Orou
and Miami will peak on "Meantto .ot Miami, and t member of th
man, and usher Morton 8.
OUck and Arnold X. GUck, I DOROTHY HARRIS WEDS WM. VERDONK I an End" for the Radial Home Shenandoah Garden! Club, th

omon nephew and of Ben the). ft bridegroom.Morgan, brothers Sol* AND MAKES' HOME IN SOUTH BEND, IND. o'clock Demonstration.Friday in Club the Lion at Den.130 Miami garden Woman'club.Kestles Club\ and t Toledo on

of the bride, and A. & Saflr II Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Verdonk are Mr Verdonk was graduated from I Mra. Oretch has completed five
and Harold & Berg making their borne In South Bend. South Haven High School and course In the Judging school! ol
The bride won ,a futt-Unfth Ind. after their marriage Jan. SIIn from Baylor Unlvenlty. At present the federated state garden clubs
nIIlQd a white satin town tub- Our Lady' Chapel Sacred be U studying law tt Not!. to win eligibility ai a national ''
toned with fitted bodice, long full Heart Church, Notre Dame Unlveralty Dame Univenlty judge for flower shows, She It '"I"I HEALTH ,

skirt and court train. 'A, heeded Mr. Verdonk ,and the rabMtaOiLT CJf

design outlined. yoke the and aheerofftheahoulder the pointed: -, daughter former of Dorothy Mr. and Ann...... dories liarrla : MRS.' ROBERTS IS NEW WORTHY MATRONOF .I I ;;.1CDII8IfI)

sleeve*. She carried, $ Meg: of t M. Harris of Remitted, were I AD ASTRA CHAPTER, EASTERN.ST An r 'IIIT'
t Joined la marriage\ by. the Rev '

Ceo Harkaa WIle ask the doll Mrs. X A. Roberts ..... well J Public |nstUUon! af the} 'new] "1 Oil k

-- ,,1 ring ceremony. worthy matron of Ad A'tra Chap. I fireri.will-be-held Jn MII't1-:! j j
The bride were a whit Hipper HOUSE:
Ill O. JL'S.. Friday even ing.end Initiated Into, the .ordtr went '
satin soots designed with fitted -
Robert tnd
was worthy
WORK bodice, sweetheart peekllrie., end petroo. Mr*. Chat McCartney Mr. and Mrs. Wnv'T.:"Sraridey, ,HEATI-"s .
full ',t1rt. with scalloped train war elected associate matron: WC Mn .1Id ..... Valton. Sheffield, .
\ Her fingertip length veil was held Morton, Associate patron) Mile.1! Mr. and Mr*. Henry Randall and tee"M LtI w QI CAI&.,rile" 1z

',SHOESFOR j In place by a coronet of orange Allot ).Mawmber accretes} .Mr*. Mr, and, Mr* Jimmy Wstker Y
blo *omi.soe wore a.u ntie strand. W. B. C.vea. treasurer: Mr. W, In She banquet bill candle and
HARD WORKERS at pearls and carried 'white A. Phillip' conductress and Mrs floral prayer book topped with a white Ceo Crtm aaaoclat condiictreaft colon ot the star points Sprays "
orchid.Un.. of greenery flecked with colored r

Elizabeth Verdi matron IlII.Iravan used on the banquet. .
If of those fellows VALENTINE PARTY GIVEN'
you're on of honor wore deep purple velvet table. Assorted IlUdwdlttlld
who' hard W his shoe, try and retried a white fur muff FOR 4-H BOYS AND OJltU' toffee were served. r

a pit of our topped with'pln camellia A Valentine party for South
John Verdonk served ai beat
&>de Boy and Girl1 4-H club
for hit John
'' man brother and
"ROCK BOTTOM11WORK Verdonk. Jr was ring bearer I was held recently at the community -
A wedding breakfarf'wai held house In South Miami.
SHOES In the LaSalle Hotel immediately Arrangement were In charge of
after the a reception Mia Vale, who ha succeeded
was given ding; the after Mill Edna Sims M leader of the meal needn't V* trestles axels Beeioaa It'*easy ie
,, Th e1, art M If. orj,,your feet noon In the bill ROM Room. county 4-H club five eld Lenten standbys:: ."the new look.* AU you.I need I* a.
The bridal their local of Mess like the oneal'" going! to pass couple from the club
and can on pocketbook.On (pent Attending .
your. a stock of fat font from
your thrifty AW.
I '.. ' honeymoon la Bowling. Green, were Genevieve ,Chandler, Joan
: 10 .... .., Ky. .. Walker, Pearl Biondo Joseph I AULIR -BINS. rOE UHT TONY MACMONI
., : > Mr*. Verdonk gradual of Torcla. and ,James d
a Mello. They Want mighty[ _tetlil' Lenten To make a Yankee Doodle Dandy
\ Sale this Gem high- School, was employedIn were accompanied by Mrs Not eaUnr for 4t Silt 1W cup flour disk tAat'U be a 1.. your
I riwlt'"I::: Miamf tttfort .her .amuriage. S. Chandler, club counaelor, 4 MMU aad lilt again with I f e k 1 top A*o111 ANN
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\ taf hall powder 4t P ELBOW MACARONI so-
t;' :. : I I 'salt np e to pkf. directions. Drain.
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tannest in greased *a*
'. ,. $i CtttlSK from aerolei add XH rapt asked ulnae.'
1' '',. GffIM 180flNG CWVff the AP. aad and I white wute*.
f h '', Sq..U blend. Come 1 Add total mararonlaMlnMir
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"I beaten I *t n of vklte' ..._
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'" P- (; % ear 1DUt' KprinkJe with *t cap Crated g
J.J."ff snelted ****, end .bets In moderate eve.
; ..r' >Ktii0fafg ..t'AI T"aplow start nlng. ; 171'T, about H kr Sorrel L"M.
,..' PJ'I' sets.stirring ill aQ toW,.,ao ist.8eke . .
x RAY Water Hes I in greased rio mold<< in ,4JT >74Wfcea uuD
MtbR!. M s" -. K t6
.' 1.1iIh animate, or, mt jwtt beat. a grant
..... .... w. till eeasared wage. "When it., a -WuMattoii'i BlrtkI
;. bile j Serve Itt esrwM day soled seeds fib ill ,,
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t OtntHWWTirOF WORLD AFFAIRS STUDY 1 I Mr II you need *n)fNng visit
CLAM Swap Shop w* buy mat*

rcuc In good cend.ttan,
rol of the United Stale trtlla tovv,
, attain I* the them of Salty Mallant 'at WIOD. MI. I It* a.... 2t paidin tld.aaes, tie a ..... I let Mitt, etc n* Swap Shop
S Rasher AT Hornet *
idied '* Club of the Red- mlpok C. I. IeFtor. ** KOA

j jI which this MMod has fret nfJ &A FlA.vt to orderslargeHorn : tn (jIfwWLI'I'

eountrie of Europe, the at a IWtII f'Mrs. F Mrt tiial '\raler P'otoehep- '
, at fAIt end the P.citlo. J. T. ale: roy, preMdent Woodlawn Park Cemetery US SUPPLY your landacecln -
Ai active dtnxxurtrktM of III presided, and Mrs J. P. tlllrtt $260 a. w. '11I !It.. hoard and IS A. cm N. Krom' r Mdv Urge stock of trop .,g>*.

hr terser the club hud adapted was hosted ( Phone ,-"stA .v*.. planted In avocado 111. sal And emam t.UI plant at. 1

i lid U rending the first monthly Others prevent were Mr. and wide Selection of cemetery loll 000 cash or $lt, 00 term special price. H.loleln Nursery
xu to a family In Htblnkl Fin. Mrt. W. DMahin. Mn OcoWlngat .{at moderate price available front 11-acr bearing avocado grow Caeeaiit Palm Dr. and Cnm/trl '

and a college profeaeor his wife, *. Mrs E. A. Carter. Mn.large. untold cemetery cre*(* for 'II.."good location Rd. Phone 44W-1. <*4Urrnrou .

md ttetf t -,..r-04d twin tutu. M A. Baker, MrW .i BakerMr 1'[Community maueoleum .f .1,734 TS by 180''. lot. ITSO. I
Two of the club members corpond D. M. Brannon Mn. Seymour 'I--crypt and niche 4-4icre tract with avocados. orange : 1
: IMfOMK! : TAX ;
I ** with a woman In SouthMhice Dane Mrt Eli Hannon, and grapefruit, 121,500 ".
i and a, :third exchange Mn. Arthur Krmebergtr, Mr*I' FOR RENT' i Terms -II > I. W. HtADQCAKTCM ,
etter with a woman la Au- Wilson and Miss GUI LeFetra. Three DuaiMM rites In downtown! MORTON-Oper* nr

ROOM hi private. horn*-47 wit j Hamettaad.BcWOVarrcn' ECONOMY TAX SERVICE
" SOI NX lit A'*., Homestead
, VALENTINE' .PARTY FOR PAST MATRONS T7 N.W. tth St (fJOtf) Morris PhJT.: 144-R

, FOR RENT-ROOMS hot bath 2u o.S. Krome Ave, Phon* 111 INDIVIDVAL, PARTNER.
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Box 4M, HonpMtead, n*.
I with tub and ahcwer Also I SHIP, CORPORATION '

,111entln4 'Nr.'Jh' Part a P'R cushion mad In the star apartment priced] attractively Key l..arro"Watff; Trent FARUERS REPORTS ASPECIALTY. ,I
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j or year-arotmd tenen'm
Ultra OubojtJNBfi! "J' Chaptfr,i shape and colon. Davis,' TarmUre rd. Ph B81-/-S. lots.In;Sunn* Point salt |'stir'swstOr'vaadobe5c3ti I r*
.! E. s.. was given recently byWalter BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALLMEMCILtNT .
Thompson at heron 11nr1Ca (pm28)) d able $ '. "

i Tennessee W, Floral dec-I Dads eo-tr.It,risr4dararwtt tau FOR RENT Half-bag cement Utnl.) Warren Morris I Office bourse I nv to
and Ole refreibtwit Notice: to MUltO' GIVIO" that midnight 1
tioni Roberta rt, be '.
Pursuant be 0"' 14 Florida ...,... nicer Qrlgg 138 S. Kr m*4Ate Phone III .
rye of assorted aandwlchei 111, tto IfadwlHt tawrllX .MN IS,tween I Bauer and Plumiwr drive p.o. Boa nil, Horoeitead. Fla.
flU tee and toffee yw in i DADA On.t Mortta. MM IM nTfM4' (pf21)I WE: SPECIALIZE In wedding .ai .. i
th'l .... (pmS .
foe wl PUMP Mwrf J h4M.t I
Uleotln motif.lQts finest
and M ...k W*. III the r..rab.... quality porrilta. Flat. 1 I
Olen Edward waa award WfteclM 1h. hear r< !II'"* :Flak ...i| WHtnL-PUATB: MOWERS for INCOMI: tOPERTIES: let rotoahop. milt 1
lM the soil ..r of Mink liltROM rent Clad It Grow Supply )
) 'the Lucky Star!.or:.thi evenlnf.R.THDAT lUl lollL.ii In Homestead, U. S. N. 1 (
on WE: DO rtLible .
I I' Sad .. Starts b r hunt.. ow'i Co. pomeitead; Phone jot. (oJtf) watch repairing.Weed ..4 ,; :
Cammrt BuMkUlw, A rental exorcda 4X000 per yeah Jewelry McCrory Ar-
PARTT GIVEN A Mf4t... .. Plat. fen* 14 u I'M :. I I"I OnlySQ,000.rNitbPl, ) % IIWQ..II( cad.
c1. 4 4T, Ill'tli I Florida CH W1y :. FOR., BALK ". ; : term 4M.balancel (a221.t), .
KKFBLDT. I sabuvbi.a.
rt Awardio5
.CM Plat Mart n .t P... N. j i Mew f du ft. ttlrtjerator $166.00. l ) No.I 1- SEE ALEX LAMER [of well .. ,;.
l' rental <
... ... I exceeds200uper
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inV Mute dt IS and I" III. t. F\etitIe CMIrRa.lir '
Catch e)+tert/lned > month. frilling Corner Krom **'*. I
Ceayrns. ...IoiI''....... A Bub.'Am' i iI. Beautiful white porcelain apart
-i's lawn oarij tit horror I Priced It 3S,000-Wltb: 21% daM end K.R 10th *U Phone
J7 41"0'M riot Rb II at pare. 10.Ida i ment-li electric |tov combination / $3-W.a y,
f the third birthday anniversary It mt IT, Hkxk s. ,...... nw and term on balance ..;
; .1.50. Immediate delivery.
Resift C..p..i 0 SoIdlv55. A Mob.Anetdlor l
f bent' d ught4tffc, Naomi Elaine, to FtM ht feel MAron 1 Term' Mania Refrigeration Co. Tour'lt court cite 100 frontal WATER PUMP SERVICE: All ;.

Young guests ;ware; Pamela It. o..k 5. .PIoAd.. M Bub CUP, A..a..ry. Phone 199. (OT) on U. S. No. 1-cloa*- in, about Mutle make Phone H', Homestead' kl
Candace, .. ... '7 acre In producing ,roOnl, & Appliance Co. 18 N. t .
1, Judy Pteplei .
,?_? Laura .Trance*. >*cCriw, /lwly t:: c-I".H.I.r...,'. .:.:...,'I.....P1arItIe... A .Char.....'I FOR. SALE -Rainmaker' Irrlgatlon IT 400. XTOIM"'aw..- --_.Jilt!! : '\
1 ncee Grtgge Julia Trances ltl* .. at Pass, ... 'i System, 41 Buick engine.I Princeton buitnet property: on 4
gel, Ann Lott. Diane Browning, tjlH t aa.dPlot abet I FVirUi. _CHrAtMTdlx Pumps MO gL a minute t000, U S. HOI_ equipped Store NEW ROOFS AND a
Realty', Sahdlvi-k. A
...vfliary Nelll, Maurice Ennla, . M Plot P....t 14 ., .... M. I I CrouacJt Burr. Phone I2tw-l. for 41J.000 with term. ROOF REPAIRS
..chard Waggoner, John Orlgg, L ( I*.. Hlnrk 1PlwH.I,. Cur M..Itr p08)) Partially built CBS home oa corner :
_..... . Roll 'f.
0 A sub. roofing, gravel shingles,
floha Douglas Singleton, Jerry and U rut ....k II M Few w. A'I! ro.SAii'ii3.-r-: : : lilt too x U) ft. at ION than the and metal roots lutalled ,
...... 1. eoit-only $1,000.Frame
J nl to Peeple, Jimmy and Roy Lola 14 I* M 1111.11t
'. II I, engine and tire Pb J17-W on Guaranteed II-, t .
City o. p r 11146011 461-6 A510ab. home I acre I milefnvn workmanship by,
on ,
>!**, Butch and Skipper I ='''' : PIM ".* 14 Hi nmMLn week-end or after I p. nv dally'I'I'tJ7U Princeton Reduced to sensed and Insured roofer I I
Wad Hud-
Tit, Bobby Pope, i
nw i. "MI i. preside ( ) -
i Char 15,500. FREE: ESTIMAITSGuaranty
Eugene and David McCulouth Rwly; Cane. rlt Mlvlin, A askI f
.. ,.r;. .. . Choice U. S. No. 1 builnei alt**. ,
i and Jimmy and Eddie Ku- AmHInf t Pak 14 tan FOR SAIJX hMp, tore birds, all
I I Lot.. 115th I. It..a.adMa ,..... A I colon. 1301 Eureka Drive.Amvet |10 per front foot (and up). Roofinc Co. \ :
? i I ..... Aa..dtA M Plat BooIo II at ran .
41111t.duIts : City IU ml west tt Peters.. RICHARD FUCHS *
preeent Were Mrs Ray ,, 4114 Is. IIIoriI I. ........... park A Phone 257; '
Sown*. Mrs Palmer Peeple, Mn,'5..b. AM'Miss M Plot Malt. .4 ., ... Cpf21) (Local Her. far E. L Cotton . .

Wawtell Pee les, Mra. Harald IUW .. 11M I. ............ AdAit", A I I'I. FOR SALE-Ford VoI'enlna. M marine ;:. Broker) HOMESTEAD FLA. < .
tta 1("; llrall ft4 J1lccraw, ..... AwwdIse a Fiat Mask t at PIt Water cooled manifold 125 S. )"I. Ave Homestead {
Mra. Thos1ga' 'I. shone 448 WE MAKE photoatatl eoplc :
ohn Crtgg : 1 4. /.-. LI.rk L trews. Sub- I II and el.: Full speed reverie and
Mrs C A. EnnU, Mr : A* AMUtM u Cltr .( H...- J'\acler\ Foloihop.WANTED tJUU)
clutch. Good\ condition.
Kufcldt Mluef Either and I Nod. A Ink AM HI I.t If Pint Mk" II i vacuum Alicia a Carwcll RealtorOffer ;
Crouie & Burr, Phone IU-W-1.
role Kttfeldt and the hoateei.Redland L. "to'to II I... Blark ... IbrW J ( ) J , ,,. A4rfWM M dray ..1K..tad pUI Bedroom, bath hollow tile construCted -

{ W. $ C.'. S' will :,,itwb II M, A Paw'...e7.1,0401201310a.11N. AcMHU M PM I|CJio'ce! of t models hew 141,I uitfurnUhcd house, $6- WANT TO RENT hove, th8are;( : \. i
Sa'ar'. Sala.lJlrblMi BOO. adult H. Perklna. RedUndP .
)Easy term I
sale the Domestic I machine
oid food Mar. I In sewing
A. A w Clio' .5 lUw I IMri
: Plumroer Drive tat hose A. ft P. "' : '
= 10 acre on Opp. 'Vpmep
i buttonhole
Groovy it the corner Ink 'a 4s Was risk II complete with attachment -

1 d/. and Redutad Id.9RIe '... 5..r10nw..dls/hr.r _I Harfli ReCrlftratlon Co. "140, nit.ft Owner frontage mint I aril 4-Inch A smart well Want to rent house. I adult, H. .
.M.WM4 TrMl 111 W 11, she H Phone |M. (tn) PetillbsRedland .
|.U ft. th a 141 M (t, tk N tM.4 (I tot buy for a smart buyer. FahtI25tora
Woman' Auxiliary pf St IHB rut rf Owf. *.. ".....1.. aPlat IF you're ready t* buy that new t* acre on Farm Life rd tU oppwl.P.._ )

try Episcopal Church will meet L4 B
1:90 Friday afternoon Mar. 8, AMoHlMI. M PM .0<* I* M W* hive requests tot S bedroom) Vegetable Wkt, South ftrem* ,

rift church .bujlding. '""iss h.LM .. R b. ..r....> *....1.I.rut FURNISHED HOUSE, lot SO I l' bath houses In. e j IV*. "tJ3ClLt) t1
.b... Asaddlaw a a .b p r_ 150 ft; large fruit freer. ; 2500.( List your property today, I j

accuse youfwfe! ol tald'aij i Ii JA t. Alai I. Plant PiCUrt A -hub.Aa.rM.M Box IM Homestead Ha. (pt <7) Sale, Rent or Lease PAPAYAS WANTED-Dllft ,!'( \ .<.
dime i M Plot Kok to a loss a.IL MOOr SMITH AIM Vegetable Market S. Kronn '. J -I
I. L'ATKlltlIAIf. ASPHALT TILT can I've perm*- NO. 18 McCriry Arcad Ph. NOW I saw. QiOtf)
tol .
the tort pocket art f 01"om... vent beauty and durab'Ilty to 1 j
| D>4 0..r. rl..ld.Or
far the crime '
R, M. UtKHrR. D. 0. almost any floor Nothing la better WHY PAY RENT? For WOO Wanted-:Male Help ; 1
Wind Cleaner Adv. I ..
Dry ( ) Court ..11M.
for covering those vnUdy down and month
II. ...... I. It I*. IMMClmU concrete IIS per w* ca \ .
Hova.: For ere* estimate and build you a beautiful S-bcdroom ""lnl14" 155..ati I

Inspection: I color samples call home on your own lot Cathedral PAM fOIJ a IN Good Ill'.Job..... .
I1J-W or writ P. 0. Box 181. Corporation, builder of tel and P..adSr III w ....... III lite -.1 ,

. Another* G GI (pile) concrete home, Redland District ear......,.m. *ONk M.*.War.."",apply rou anal W. dIM dartwr...the..
I New Buildings Homestead Fit.030lf. Ow.5 whet lite .....1.0. A..., be a.-I
SOMETHING NEW-Beautifullywrpp ) TWo Ie a raw ..OeaMraltr. of" tame '
haw taw _.
Traff k-Right Body 1- Ie t. a
d box of candy and floret a-.asd N.wtlr.
combination. Homestead Floral LOST = are qualified, ........... and ,I .
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w j at .... wan/w Ml)* ft
Gift Shop, V--. w a wf1W -'".... fmi ,
Ready for Your Inspection ind Ave Ph. M. (]9lf) LOST-Back. while and brown ...... h e .rude -to ..... I raw .V!I

potted beagle. hound. Answers 04 foIld.10a5 .0 Ilk ........w 'f
to ")tookR.wud.. Cootie Rob. _off at floor ...r.4 u. L Amp .,. 4a.
juried, rbH* trinity Malaienane Work Bediea, ballt fa far 0 ert. Ph. .. u. a air row --.u. ..........
ass/-1011 rod ORIN r.sdser .. ...... .
ebep'ate mew Mrvleelog: rtertda,'aad .tbtc states, Try Us When You NeedA r

SetU...* .mU at. . MISCELLANEOUS Ail kinds: *f help needed. LIft t $
Haircut or BACK In bottledcar buainvBtovt your Mm with the Homestead it I

ShareUedleated K ter heater, eta Virgil Employment Service, No. II lie I : r
:JWi. a Cray Arcad I. of 1
CertlW Bilk ft erme D. Lytilp. S50-W Homeita4. '
Halrea' .. '1.N.
--' p Wanted-Sltuattoru ''i' 1

Shave __ .. __ I"llIuQte '\\'
Stalk Messes AT*. at f. I; C. Railroad WASHINQ MACHINE SERVICE: .
AfTCANT SASSY WUGUT M. ( ) _- LN -H_teed Music A Appliance Homestead Employment Service. :
: No. 1( McCrory Arcadt Phone
Facial Pack ,..._._...__. IU Co M N.'Krom Ave, Phone 14ft. i WSW.' Call Peggy Smith t* move I '

Massage (flab) _.___........ H* : . UU-U) your &help problems (f3: tf) se I. t

OmbmaUan Facial ...._.,_ '7WTanl Will do arytnc. altering and !*.. f ;
lie ton-bo'making. ,
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Pierce,'Iff* S. W. lit at. ,$'h.1114. AVOCAPOS and
...y:: ilk
ledland Millwork MwUeae TriM
.S'a MI + MANGOS ;; .
Shampoo (Plats) ---"'"'" [ t
( flleMwi and d. carpenter 'work )BWfclnf era.n *** fir spring
I Call Pill between T *. tn and I I plantings

HOMBSTEAD, 01.0a1HAw BUSH'SBarher p InS.. B. lattln, Princeton Omaaoeatal *f all blade. ,

and .Door' Fnm .... Kitchen Cabinet, (pmS) CALKOir .

General MtBwwfcI ., RADIO SERVICE- 'Homeinewl Sunny Grove "'
t Music ApolUnce Cot Phone

I .. W. 14 .*t,.Mtd.4th...h.- OMMMU BtabMrd leaks .0,... CHI JIIIII .41. II N. Krotn*,Av*. lt2J-tl) NCVHCCY. 1'

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Established J in 1923, the
Florida East Coast Fertilizer
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formulated exclusively for the

Redlands area soils. Keenly
aware of the many advances
which ore yet to be made In the

soil nutrition field, the company(
maintains vigorous interest f 1'

many fields of agricultural

Recently, and in keeping
with the rapid growth of the

Redlands area,the r latest type of
fertilizer<<; mixing machinery was
installed'in the (company!* plantin

Homestead, doubling it$ mixin -
; capacity. Two mills can now
mix and J bag more than 80 tons
of fertilizer in a day Currently
tlrr the company cultivates 400 acres

!':;'. t of avocado and Hm* trees, usingmodern
f: ', grave j methods, anal. produce

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'i 19JS Frtdt F Ufal. Edfttca TttEl.EADEIt.ENTEnPnISE'n-Patpe One J

I Everglades Park to Be Years in Making . . j:

i But Cape Sable Area Accessible Now I

By MHICL B. BIARDSiaerlntmdes time beyond Florida City

1 W EvergtadeaNattoMl Hart Msmireve renal
\ Park I Oe Wet Ceaat

It took many year for conervitionliU The great welt coast are -ri(
In Florida to bring I the park can be reached oil b)
bout the creation of the Ever- boat This I b the country wherethe
ttUd National Park: ft will take I slant mangrove forest is tocated. '
Tree In this forest "I' ,
yean tor this 28th national park; r + ,
I in the United State to fullftl its many Island are believed to be SiaM j
i destiny For In the yean that higher than any other mangrovesla
I Intervened between the time that the' Western Hemisphere. per
I the park was tint suggested, haps In the world The west or
fire. drainage, and ruthless de*. Gulf coast la also the place where Ito d
traction of wildlife resource the' great river com from the

have taken their toll. wide Everglade prairie the KKr
Shark Hamey Broad, LostMan'
The park If administered by 'S
and other riven. These
the .United State Department of
riven are navigable for large
i her. Interior, National Park Service -,
yacht for a* much as twenty r
e with headquarters office at f
mile Inland.Unspoiled.
Homestead Technician of the A
federal government are now: Beaches at worklnf 00 the plant that will Cape Sable with its fourteen
eventually remit in the develop- milesj of calcarloua beaches I*
ment of this new park for visitor -, located on the west coast These
use. are famous shell collecting beache .
; Roam Station at Ceo Bay lined with cocopalms. It"
doubtful if there are any more
Park rangertn the field are
v remote, unspoiled beaches in I
already beginning to protect the
eastern North America than the
widespread area from poachers,
Cape strand
fire, and other destructive
t force A visit to the Coot Buy Fishing Permitted ta Park
I Ranger Station today If ample Fishing I* permitted In the
proof of the value of protection. Everglade National Park in accordance
1 There one may ace waterfowl with state law, but the
alligators, Ibises, heron, hawks are I* not OJllto any shooting
and other forms of wildlife at Fly fishing for "baby"" tarpon ,
I close hand In other place where ,I along the Ingraham Canal .i* an ._ .J
\ protection Just starting, the Increasingly popular sport-and '
wildlife\ ia still "ipookjr", fearing : It I II real sport too to tackle The drive through Paradise Key (formerly Royal Palm State Park), nine miles southwest ,ai
man and hie gun. these gamester on a limber fly Florida City This is one o< the few places In the United State where royal palm I'I'of

The National Park Service has rod The tarpon are then releasedto grow In the wild. I

not yet been able,to provide any be caught again by the next 'egret, a smaller white bird with a* are the white-tailed deer meadowlark, the came .* the
of the guided trip, lecture or devotee of the sport. Tarpon I black leg and yellow feet; the Otter are perhaps more common bobcat. The purpose of the ted-
r visitor ..ccommod.tlonalauaU, fishing !Is best" In the evening.! '. Louisiana .baron, with, white ut>-: in JCvergJadet National Park oral government (f to ureservf ...
'. associated with our national Salt water trout, snook or ro- derpart and lately blue above:, than anywhere else In North) and restore this unique and Interesting
park But the park visitor todaycan balo ndfish. jewfish amberjack, the little blue heron which I* America today. The Interestinglittle area and make It available -
drive from Homestead or snappers and mackerel an all blue except when young sacoon I* one of the com for public enjoyment by
Florida City to the fishing village caught in the park. The National 11lItov la pure white with. monest animal in the park. such mean a* will not ImpairIt
of Flamingo and see many Park Service urge sport fishermen greenish..* (often confused Bobcat are often seen trotting for this and future genera'tlons. p
of the feature of this new te take what they can with the snowy egret); the whit along the park road at dusk, a It 1* essentially i strange. j
national park. immediately use, let the rest go Ibis with red, decurved bill, red tight few people will witness watery wilderness whore the
Seals, Meals Obtainable Bait can be obtained it Coot leg, white body and black tip' elsewhere In this country. park visitor will *e* I. bit of
Boat may be obtained at Bay or Flamingo. It can also ped wing; and the wood ibis, Royal Palm Crow Native primitive Florida In all It* fertility -
flamingo or at Coot Bay Meal be obtained from the dealers In large itork-llk bird with blackhead a* It wa when the first
of the treeIslands
Tropical vegetation
are served at the House Fish fishing supplies In the Homestead and neck white body, and known "hammocks', whit man arrived: No doubt,
Company at Flamingo. hu attracted I great deal of
However, roads are still not Egret Here. Me Ames* Be* Caws. .. Bobcat I* attention. Royal palm grow native , mean d seeing this new park '4
fully Improved, and below the Spectacular Birds Mammal Rang at Paradise Key (formerly' Just a* wilderness (nails,are usedin '
so-called "Hump Back Bridge" I The bird,life of the Everglades Mammal of the park Includethe Royal Palm State Park) and other national park
at the Dade-Monroe County line has been and always will ben famous and now rare mana I several other place In the park Watch These rhjareltoBait
the road become Impassable i > of its most distinctive fees I" or Ma cow This strange The very rare Wright or Cuba and Ashes i
r after heavy rains. Person wish ,' tures. Among the most commonof ,..- took like a huge flit palm can be Hen along the In! The danger of fire In the Ever- j
lug to drive into the park are the spectacular bird are the ..1 and It takes a keen eye to j graham Highway This palm hasa glides I* Increasing daily and
cautioned to have a full tank of I American egret, a large whit it at all. Everglade black very long, slender tern surrounded who enter the area are 1
s gasoline! a* there are no see sta ,bird with. _black leg; the snowy bear are found II} remote place,I IN by. a cluster of fronds. cautioned to be enpeclally careful
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... u .. limited, except for a few scattered other burning substance,. Fire
clumps, to the new park.Hahogany should be reported to the park
mastic, gumbo limbo, headquarter (Phone Homestead
r slremgler fig, and many other 441)).
plant of the tropic are foundIn Firearm are not permitted In 1

.this area. national park
Crocodile PreUcted Same Person wishing further Information I
fool aa Birds on this new pork are ,

The, national park of theJIIIIttd' Invited to stop at the headquarter .r
,y 'y I 40 t1 States are all nature which are locttMT In the

refuse where all form of native front of the same building whenthe I I
Y T.IrY plant and animal life are pre- Fruit Festival I* now being
tatted The rare American croe.odUe held Uniformed park rangers
receive the' same protection la the area will be &\.d' to give .I
si thl'Florlda turkey and the Information to visitor




r., I would) steep my very bones In sun.
I would) soak it in,, and feel the run
Of light and warmth in splendid tide.

This molten1 a it high and wide,.

And ceaselessly the bright waves beat

A'monody of shimmering heat (

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Section I ByPagtTwo TUB 1948 Fruit Festival Edition

II D37 Last Giant Cypress, Near Park Feared 'Doomed I IFor


three ',..., Devereux of he National Pert{ Service I

Butcher, executive secretary of f urging Immediate colon, He hu I
the National Parks Association I''conferred also with Evergladef I
has been Inspecting the Everglade , National Park Superintendetr
National Park and centering Daniel Beard. I
with Park Service per "To save the giant" typrest
tonne) in the area. area," says Mr. Butcher. will require 'I
Mr. Butcher, whose association the united force ot oven '
has ttt headquarters In Washington. Interested Floridian to denrun.1 I
D. C., has been getting t that a remnant of this l'I.: I II
first hand story on the early preserved now so that wo
development of the park for future generations caD set anti I
National Park Magarlne, of I enjoy It. It I* the most fp ci.K-u-
which he to editor.In lar natural feature in riu.ud,
the opinion "( Mr. Butcher *nd it rl-nidatpeople V40 nM" -
this new national park It one of I thing wen JffI.r than rtNty '
the ctttitaaittng. parka In the en- ready have to attract- vttot.
Lire. .r>tefor- III unexcelledbird they had better get busy To deity
and pUnt life. Ha feels that even a few monOis,
I loss of allrf
IU development for visitors must
not be .rushed.lluU "I urge anyone who W1iillthe I
seeing the destruction
Breed Errors
tag place there, to -<
"To locate-.a road or other i
visitor accommodation la the what I* being taken from tt :

wrong place", say he, "might nation by one small logging'for '"(few
a few fleeting dollar
disrupt the feeding or nesting
ground of the rare and beautiful The plan of the U. S.
bird, and cause them to of'Army Engineer for fl '
leave the park. To cauM Injury trot In South Florida will
16 either birds or rare trees and careful watching )o see HHf
other, plants would be to defeat whatever I* flnaljr'*W Tked out
tbe very purpose fir which the will, not cause Injury to the national ..
park ha been established. park, say Mr Butcher
"The Park Service must be The corps/h the peat, has. i.
allowed to make careful survey been notorious for its disregardof
of the area and It should be other values", said he, particularly
permitted to take all the time where the protection a
necessary to do the very belt ot scenery and undisturbed na- '

job possible". (Continued CI\. Pace Three. ) CABBAGE PALM. HAMMOCK- EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK ;'1
Mr. Butcher believes there are, ---
some people In South Florida!
who, although their intentions ") tSlllS.!
are good, would like to see the
park developed! quickly to accommodate
the hundreds of visitors !
wonting to com here He I
advises these people to bide their i SEAPLANE RIDES
time, The Park Service he say,
U moving 'ahead with Its plant ;
as rapidly as It safely can. i

'law III SpeenblllaiDurlng ,I . r . .
his visit' the executive I Over.thfrBeautiful ' .. -i
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'Association has visited Coot Bay,' f
Whitewater. Bay and East River'i : : ; :: '
and has gone by boat around I : : ;.tr? :_ ; : ,
Cape Sable of the Joe "
by way :,. Floridane
sod l.Ittl.Jitark rivers to .t s ; : '
field BlghtrH* has made Iwo .' :: ": ; .- '; : .. ; i.r . l o:;:' :\ ." i. : : ; .,

,trips Tn."J. miser r.- florida don his Bay last'from trip . . "-fr .. '. .' :" : '. ;" ':: :', .' '. -' cl :' /. ? : ';.; '.. J. .; :.L.: .: ,,'; : . .. ..: =.:' I '. .

.to .lilt bar 11,. saw 180.Spoon- \ ,' ; t""" &... .'! 1'; .,.. ..*'- r'r ...''; '. ,' . ,
'\lUll.( 'WII4 1(ht'consider* the most ' .' : .1' -'" : : b tf*OJr.};'-0uV- ""- ' - '
fantastic In.; : ; : : .
thrilling feathered .. Everglades 'Ncti..i : .
habitant ot this continent Mr. : .: par .17 ; / : ..
Butchei'Haa'also gone across the : : : : :: :
'Tamlaml jTrJll to Everglade \If) "i' : f :: "
Here he"interviewed officiate of :

the ColUer. orporatlon the Lee '''' . ., . . ' ... . -
Cypress Company and the Humble i '. ., .. .... ..' ,'. . -
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tast Stand elJUf : > < ": : .> < 1
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The toiflft company, now cut-
ling the last large land of ; > :- j
big :
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Butcher on' lie railroad into the 1 . i
heart of the operation. '
This forest he v : 'J : : :
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contain a large eland of wild .
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;important in It* way as the Cull- .... i In Continental[fU' S. \" r.- *- ;'. : "
' forum redwood, and a* unique '
and Inspiring t* the mtgnlflrlent .Or1 . : : .
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mss rain forest of Olympic ,
National Park la Washington. ,.;.H. r . I... .!'..,>_. . .. :
Mr. Butcher describes these wild . .. . jl jlJ..f
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loyal 'palm at rising 'on' un- : : .: : : .. > : :!: '
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'belleveably lender trunk to 150 'I . .. . Ii .'; : :

.feet some, their instances plumed-than tope the.higher towerIng la- .". .. ,. -d oro I LOCAL PAS. $ENGER'-:110P5': "; -.. f ; '. . I '1
crown of the thousandyearAid : :: : ' : ." ..* ..'.-.. fr.-* ..r.. :{ : ':;; "'.; : : .
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s. per"-PerSon T
Mr. Butcher considers the logging

forest of as this one superb of the primeval greatest ::.

tragedlea'In the nature the preservation whole history movement of- i'h: : : : 1 1I

In North 'America.Hid :

this tract been Included .i . : : ,
la the Everglade National Parkit
would have been not only the I

most park, spectacular but also one exhibit of the In fon-the I

t' most feature in the entire national South jFlorida: Flying Service : ,

:tern," he park declared.and mounment sy*> :

t Qafek Aches Needed te tt. f', J '
Save GlastaHe w. 0. VAN. TIEN ,.'" : .. S.
I says that only quick action Homestead Municipal Airport '., c...:.' ". .' .: ": Pl one671..J- <

junimial BOW can forest save a Concerning remnant of it,this h* .ro\ . 1\L r./ ';- : i
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fca wrttten Governor CaldweU, : :.yav ;. :
SecreUry of the Interior Brug J L : V, :

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:', '. arniit>FMUval.'fiJitIonf: _'-' . ; . THE LEADERENTERPRISESection B-Pne,Three A

If SINGLETON PAYS need be a freJets "'Jker and I ONE 01? THE MANY BYWAYS LOVED BY COE \ tI
one not to be turned wide from I
his souse by streams .nil' lake I
'It HIGH TRIBUTE too' deep. that he sought out all the secret

.S *S *P 3 =_...'-andMteW -
hb ever-etnngthening purp s* .
to stand between the spinier and
A glowing tribute to Ernest F this mart valuable of .illaluc' tw

Coe, gentle but persistent and that we know' an the ('"nllnn- +4r
Indefatigable f.tb.of the Everglades wealth of Florida

National Park Idea was It via a race against time,
gonjcngly/ slow, as plume hunters
paid to a recent Issue of lit and
collectors of gemlike tree
Out, by Stephen Cochran Singleton : -
malls. orchid hunters and turn "
taUnted writer el Tropical berme cutting down great tree
Florida poetry and prose why of precious' oods. moved U withan
It now t staff writer on that ever more deadly approachas
transportation methods In
!guide! magazine. proved.

The article U quoted Iron In As. executive secretary of the'WcI.cSeI' '

and, put herewith: ' National park AASOclaUfa -
rYiwtlie..siuray Support/
',To' bens, at slxly-tvo' y'eeJ3ot Of Its )ldeifl' the UtThoiBMP
of age, i: battle for, a* Ideala'getntt ...Cfta tH...CM 'declined! U lie'
'determinedopposition. dig nand. ':Tp Tpresldeota governors

J. and, worse.t a jdeidtf apathy jjn ., legislators; sporUmrn' and. I
pot hater'rj, h* preached the gospel
e part ot the1 pubUe'b' sought -ot..the! :Erergladee National
to KTve, and twenty year liter Park lij season and out of season -,
to .gee his vision become reality :' u receptive listener and!I
stud hU eervjce recognized expMtere. ; who held fb the b R
falls the lot of few men. belief ,that Florid and all its
at iy time, in'IIf; p111e. beauty 'was, itterely something!
Ernest F. Coe, today stand for covet:u make money out of!
on that proud eminence There are sttll ume who longer
If we ihftuUr attempt to place an uninhibited chance at our
Coe in any classification of the treasure), gradually he won hit
birds he knows and Ipve so objective; 1Imel1118&; the Federal -I'

well we would put him in with this government area to be by declaring ..,..... lor >...... I
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the "Waders. Keen-eyed, long worthy A 'RIVER' through the mangrove of Everglade National Park
atrldr perfectly It home In classed as a D a t I. 1.1: park.\
the waste piece of the earths should\ take tt under it* protection generation yet to come "I I Icrvwned with success. On a roll Small Simpson and Fairchild: I 1&
modern Francs! of Assist, holdIng and preserve It for our colectlve I A great lover ofnature or honor Inscribed '"..Ithhl 1 I Inscribed In imperishable letter I
aU the little'brethren of the benefit and for that o .. has teen the work of decade name i Hilda harmless and not; to be I --- '-
harmed Providence with more f? I rdarl
thought for Florida than has been
shown In most cases, tent us

I, Ernest F Coe.
nom In New Haven, Connecticut WELCOMEto
a graduate of the Yale
School of Fine Art, -majoring In .
landscape gardening, hit mind
and tempered be
WM shaped
the perfect tool to carve from
the wilderness of the Everglades the Rtdlands Fair
/ the Nation'* most Interesting
National Park. This he ha done
with a tireless tenacity of pur-
pose, Inspired end sustained, so ;
long at she lied, 'by hta wife, 4' N't
who glimpsed the vision a* they;
sat In their adopted home In
Coconut Grove one morning in I
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Ilie wboo' would Veepup' with I

dear he Wellt ,deeper tnd
deeper 'Into the.Everglades, roust k.0
It -felthw
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If Too much water diverted over;
the Everglades.park are* could'
upset. the balance 'of' naturethere.
It that should, happen to'l
ally great degree, we mightas I
well abandon the. are* as a national '
park. j
,:'The Nations Park Anotla- teel
Lion I* an Independent, non
profit organization with nationwide .
membership, guarding
America' heritage of wilderness
and unspoiled nature If you are
interested in Joining force with

us. In our struggle to save wildlife We will those who who
plant life and natural hope you among came,

out beauty the In nation Florida, write and through-to the saw, and decided to make the Redlands their .

association at 1214 16th Street,I IN
W., Washington 6, D. C., and I permanent! home. ThtR(! lands. offers advanages ,
ask for information on how tobecome '
{ a member and a subscriber -' and climate not be elsewhere in these. : ," .
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and AU Mrs-WrengVr. Newrlch were I ':' : ;

slaying at an exclusive seaside ...
%otel One evening it dinner the I . "" .. jj
conversation turned to music with ,,, ..
special reference to"Mozart r. '
What a coincidence," said Mrs. . .
Newrlch. "Only this morning I '""'.'. ST.Homestead .
saw him on the No. I bus with ,! ;. Princeton,
hit wife; they were going downto < '* .

the beach." followed ,, ,,< Fla. *. Fit. 4a
A dreadful silence for .
the rest of the $neal "'",,.' ...... .,"f .II.. .' \ .: , .."
>A* soon:as they were alone, '.1 .. "
husband spoke to her. ;. : J .. 4"Everything
told that when :
jI you you ,
about whore being I :
know anything ;... .
discussed You,. to keep quiet" ,
t-But. what did 1.My wrong3"sRierled : ',.; .
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YouVe been here long enough :
tee know berated her husband. a i
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I B-Pa? Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE lW8 Fruit Festival Edition _

SOUTHERN BELL I Monday :Music Club to Give Oratorio ':, J

TO ADD 55,000 At First Baptist Church on April 19Th "'1

Monday limit Club' will notify Irving I- Lyon who will
PHONES; IN STATE ONFtR21s t4vI7AEKARSIaF'AS preeent an oratorio "Th Holy direct the Homestead Male .

% Ot721 flAK City (A. R. Caul), on Monday Chorus In presentation, and .
me NI rteMc e+avscv a evening Apr It In the First women who wish to take part,
TA1lahasae. Feb, 1' The Baptist Church of Homcatead to notify Mr W & Mills who I
6">uthem "U hat well defined Both mil and female voices tor will direct UM choral group .of
f plant for adding SI,000 more telephones ALL classical mutlf ar* being touch Monday Music Club. >>..*. John ,
throughout the district Men who W Collins will have charge of .
to Mi Florida
ayrtem la ONE VS (Yt1tE1cot&O wish" to take part are asked to other arrangement. '
INI, Richard A. Mack member war
m T1MS t'16/VG
ol the Florida Railroad and Public -
Utilities Commi tiotv reported I
(o the ommlulon. Because of his ,.x .
busing background, h* had been dl" /greyer LTL WELCOMEto
defecated by the commission to *VW.e %C'1 cwreMmV )-
make aa intenalv study of what NAs ArxE4/W BY'ALhA'D"Sr
Southern Bell at planning to do in FAVL NIS-
IhU stateCon t 415W.*V0 A klETttW Jf7KIPIW
misNoner Mack said the OLT} p QLYE NG&lSQOOJO.A4aw
Southern BU system hid added IVMQEi our ;

SU.000,00* worth of amprov-
meets to III Florid pUnt last' I
year Plants which operate through
1 61 cities mad town. It now ha i ijNi l{ ( a WMTtirMoo .
311,000 telethon** In lass indud
ing 70 aaabile nadir telephone In
was Miami.rea


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rvtoDTV rue
me ,rrvo 0" Cietue r h/U BE.OH
AARM WILL BE AFTeR. HIND FUflcr Ave. Phone dl
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MM tiw!breast time rib It otMtc/Tht rtMeea. flank md of I. Write the Future Chapters of YOUR Life

loaned aad rolled or cut Into meat
sac a ..... For Hulled breast, a
I*cut from either aide of fromhosed

reJ, and Oiled t li of! a South Florida-Land of Better living J
rc'n 4 traait ar a booed ,
end rolled breast la roasted m a
(Ktt *U sate tender,at-
Cwtnaabout M to U minutes per
boanX ma bread may also be ,

C_.umi KiMrtni. wtt* 114 a amaU M S have mvwt(or of cook wai > You CAN own a home here, because I have propcrtk to suit all tastes and fit aH pocketbooki.jt .

b... Ate 1IiI"j, te t hour* woo .
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Do at RidUnd'*lUt homes In a beawtllul setting ot towering palms, green lawn** i
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and bi Ulaat UeaaorM. Large W string room with wood fireplace, aim porch, dining room, jIdlcbet
,Y Mdraorm.. t Vrtha, large rumpus porch-all nicely furnlihed. Total ot 15bmit

teal, den While diet 4to :- u:slab! !acres. .02 stores la lrge'ktxarlaol.avocados: baltnc: timea.Jxm* fruit ,and'
{ alriada earab U..
/ side ... 64 laadirenUewu pad ground' Bare and snow quipmeal, *tTb Wd*. Jf Interested 'In a
I e-:::. Red r. '
A. Bulls tap* are out Iran lhabV <* Income*...! let*u thaw you thia Jjy appolntmect Prig fll Cut., t. rma.
...11........'I1It.,..:=nut .. ,
7 side wed '
s :11I-roused boas wU toe. rtbandi 1$ truln U la tocam avo.cedosA r .'. .
Th made deep le out tram "' '- CTM em hUbwajr- nixes wines ready to'pUnt., Uny

MX boa*rib.M aide.. mad pw'afon pastels 4d use the.blade.sib ; large mat fain tad horn1;with", partdawUtr. $ILIGO. kith terms,:$11,00cash..
heads.UP :
HOW 4144 go" sole be P" t "
'A'ri modern furnished S-bedroom borne on 10 acre of extra good aoll $8jJOO1H .
may be pr*
hot31bytbtotung mot
( panbrolUnc .
token bratUnc Ih* plane them
a to I Incises chop* smug at .'|yes with two road frontage. bearing avgtadq grove and mixed home. IruH.8roonandb .
heal sod brail until chop are bra+a.
urnlM once tallow II to It minute 1h furnUhed 'home and !-room-nd'bath furnished partment An
for I4ach II to U oUnute .exceUeltbuy .. *. .... ,. ..., '
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When panbroillnc. brown thopt on, .
....H tide, pourlnc oft fat ai B ore.o .

, osulates.*. II minute ReduooVeat Umb always and to conk served U FIne ItoHer farm with "15000 capacity,490 buUdlng in A-l condition, Including.

tedium or well dona.Mr ", .neion.anit'iwe" -b ath funUbed bom Trucks and all equipment are Included. 40
.. Jonet nt back In the chair acres. .( land suitable. for avocado $47,500. Reasonable term*..
after I chat with her new maid 1.
"Well will like It "
I hope
you "
S Nr*. Daphne," the laid! Also desirable city homes and home sites.

"Oh III settle down her allrlht '
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chocrfully "You'r just the tort of "
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Itru like
I 'Omcly, pleaunt .
11\' not too iwank,"-Ex.t .

tnldtummar ire took my I' IvELEANOR: FROSCHERIt J Jt ,

r four-year-old niece with u* to theresits. \ . e
Our summer heat ti such
that not even aa alr-coollnj y*.: REALTOR ?
tern roaches all parts of the thea.

ter. Diana aculrmed Indwrit-I H* .,';' '" .34 Fears in the Redlands :' :
glad.! During the Intermission I .

asked her whit WM the nattf ... <. ...If..

A She fewvatcr MM: Tm on."hot I wish I had.I Office: 245 o\Flayer Ave. .. Mail Address: Box 607 Homesfead, Fla.litlnestead .

"'Why oe earth a watrr; Ha.; Phone 215Jv
WM surprised Into uklnc. I
Olin I could take It oft.' she anfwvradWibCMlM ..I I"j .

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I Work on Golf Course ProgressesThe 'I

Redland District golf link ... .. CM be completed within the next y. ., '.'VI !
three month It the weather per- maximum limitation act up,
the mother will receive .MJOmonth
uninterrupted .
mill oanatrucUon ,
work club officials MJT Preparation ':.,. a for 1C year and

of the Feb.nine-hole* by Clearing links was Contractor resumed - 7 : ,.,':....,... ...., ,,',,,,,1',,,' !A year finally at which 13380 time monthly the youngest lor one 1

A W. Llndgren afterwork a : child will become 1$. To supplement t
...-. ....II ",v. 'deuce the federal payment Clf
$36.80 the State Welfare Board i
count of
la contributing about ll&olD orderto
Six "EDLA io D' NICT601E I: l keep the family Intact". .
the ( cotY SI! '. .'
links rln : r Easter Sunrise Service
man I :. : OW&A low .
p M Mc'ls Set Methodist YothAn
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taster sunrise service will

& !>. ". ..... be sponsored by the Methodist
." <. r7""'11: ; Youth Fellowships of the Gateway ,
located on ::"( e' ( .. Subdlrtrict which Include Home-
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on :N. : deed, 'Florida City Redland.
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palm and I. ), Princeton, Perrlne and silver
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Three bought ....... __,... .-lXd1t"or::: 11I01I '. ,..,,',:". '. Palm.Flaaa.
for pie and cake tale
.., a
RedUnd J _a. .. ..... on liar 4 are being made by the

try Club. : o.. ..ri,... 9fX.. : group The Perrtne fellowship will

held May $ .....41' .. launch a tnemberihlp drive will
president ; an Joe cream party to be >eld at
of earth. .. A"''. '.: 7:N this evening In the Perdue
Other i : t community houae. Young people
, gerald. ; : ; 7L . ..' from II to 13 yean ol age are
Johnson, : As
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Kramer Comtatmittn'b ..
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/ .' The Rrv. L. O. Florence who

: .y \ hat been conducting services at
: t : J :3:45 each evening at Florida Civ

I : 7 .' Free Methodist Church wW continue
r 5N r ,.. the ..aerthrollih Feb.
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"M .""<\' r-' / " A'AS; r...'I of the church. :

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Girl Scout Troop 159
<'lot .. ', .r......., 1t..I111
'- a t i. By Mary Ana Welfenbareer 1

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if} The meeting began by luring
', roll call and the departure M UMtenderfoot
:. _.Y'.... 11...... scout They went to
/ M... Itarden'a for a ceokout Therethey
': ::1' ; , cooked one-eyed Kgyptlana.:
f. .;" it -.;- over a email"....
' Jr" .. 'The second clan scouts lured
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"? I We discussed the snake bite and
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:. II. 'V. seals II arise :demonstrated the UM o( -a snake
MM kit -We Lave worked on the
) 1 j Met aid badge for about threepeeka.
... t $lAsSese tes.steacee se.F .
gaMMages ausrevoefMIaMs
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IW1taaf "we ended by hiving the food
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Aid for Widow Child
Security for 'the four youngest la orderto

; : Is Explained by Local Field Worker provide amount payment for the of longest the maximum time, We Join k Extending a

without recomputing! the amount

Regulation governing benefits law limits the compensation to at each child become II. Then ,I
for widows and their minor chUdsen 'twice the amount of benefit computed are only four way a child may
lot his benefit- hi* death by HEABTYWELCOME
are explained by Miss Louise from the father wage
Ptnnlnglon field representative of record, with Individual amount, his mother' re-marriage by hi*
the Old Age and Survlvon' In- payable: of three-fourth to the' earning wages of more than
urance office in Miami, who ha widow and one-half to a minor $1499 a month or by attainmentof
attics noun -In the Homestead child. Thorns a widow dh one.child his eighteenth birthday.
., oouncil room from 110: to II:30 I I. entitled to one end one-fourth "In Individual cue, where e>t rc
each Thuraday. time the father' keneOU a benefit payable; under old age andsurvivors'
,"If the deceased father had social widow with two children. *>>>.oneand Insurance are totally '
security, the widow and her three-fourth time the bene- Inadequate, it la sometimes possible .,In l.001P
minor children are entitled tomonthly tU; and a widow with three or to co-operate with the State
benefit until the young- more children, to the maximum Welfare Board. la the case of a .. .
' eet child become 11 years of ef twice the father' benefit widow with 11 minor children ,

....". Mill Pennlngton II'" "The "Where. there. are more that lays than 19 year of age under TO CUE
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,- Important Notice! o Fruit Festival !,

Your Buick or Paitiac Can Be Repaired

1 'I' On the BUDGET PLAN Visitors

20% Cash....................._._._..,..Balance Monthly ;

$1..... lob ,m... Jab S3M.M lkS9 r ..
.N Cash 4..M Cash ..... Cub ,
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Charge 17... Charge 11... Charges ., .. ..
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f 1.19 per mo-19 ...... 17.79 per _19 no*. ,$2111 am aw14 east,

I ;Preston B. Bird Motor Co
131 N. Krome Ave. Phone 383

South Krome Ave. Phone 431 Homestead, FIa.t J

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South Dade Recognized ,as. Tropical:Back in 183.8, . '

Record of U. S. Land Grant to Dr. Perrine Reveals :


....11<.,'. N.. TV* t..tkwiar, 5,0,1.WIN 5, 1197, at Cranbury. New Jeraey
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M (or ttwi 1.IIaIftll t t.rky
.. JIM 1Laa fII.. b4 1.115 He was a descendant of David
I 1..._ aria. fouiJrfNorth .'1<1 a M.R Perrine a French Huguenot who
I INerrha or lbo r1oeuewad .
W.N owl.11wux
.kWh raft" I. Swasses. Titled in New Jeney In 1815.
In the ;year of 1124 Perrine re-

: of Hom cte.4. fouth of ceived from the President John
Quincy Adim,, Uu appointment
r! Miami!, lies DM rw na Utld U United St.Ut OMiMa at Cam

Grant, .' township .f (and ton- pecha, MUle Throughout his
silting Clt 13,040 sans, the Ant\ tfearrl' continuous servIce Mtiade

l' .federal land rant purr made for botanical collections, whichare
atlll preserved In I the herbarium
agricultural purpw**, !l1)d.t of New York Botanical
that time It eohstltutajd the .lry.Ml Gardens But far roore Important
bonus eppr \prtatloit' for was hit persistent tad )thlNiaa.Ie .

r : such a. purpose, Vtt..d.. .. TMacf < effort to IntroduceItaaful
was p.1I& 'bi Con rM July tropical plants Into southern,
r 2. mi, "10' 8IItt1hll'| the ntrv florlda. Perrln maintained the
Auction and prompt, tI.... lulu* climate isr --uthnorm 'Wartropical
vatlon' Clf tropical pMhta Ift the ,. the native ;planta ofaouth L
United States. This Mel of land Florida wen tropical made
"as ranted 'to Mnry 'PM-lb'l $own by wind and birds and
and Mi associates '1o 'pt locatedIn washed upon the friendly shorn
one body six inllra tquftripon *I by' the lei vivre tr plctU
\ any portloq of the fvubllclaiidi"cf tropic 'CU jflraffca .Confirmedby
I Florida eWth Of sa GUttrt
drqroc Tintlh' latitude"Demonstrated
That he WU I Vlght has beenproven
Rxlrtrnre tf ..
though today this
Tropic Climate Mert section U l\e. sub tropic'I
The pl'eilmblo to this act shows However to Dr. John Gilford's
Doctor r rrlne had bon 'IIW''I dIn book. "Tie Rehabilitation of the ,I
this pork of plant thlrtxHjrtlon Florida Keys' we tlnd-\ccoJ:: ; for many years PKi'rqs coeds in Ing to the latest classification by
1327. a.. treasury clWjiler eltff Thornwalt and Koppen there CM 1 Y
"Doctor Henry Pwflne later 32 major climates on the face of
! American consul at Catnoecht, the earth, located here and there
, has distinguished >iln>WU by his In Irregular strips and patches.' BANANAS, though not grown on a commercial scale In the Jtedland District are popular

persevering to lntro4Ui tropical The climate of South Florida la back yard fruit yleldert--and l highly Ornamental at well
I plnnta Into the t'nlt/d States, labeled B AI r. a memos humid I --- --. T--- -_.- - ---- -
., and whereat he hat demonstrated: With over 64 Inner of rainfalL i
the existence ot t ttaplcol climate AI meant tropical and r m.ah' Perrlnt was most enthusiasticand I rests. of plant Introduction.. Except -'I I day, quite modern and up-to-
In South Florid, and has rainfall adequate at all season! before long was flooding| -!or a-few associates Doctor date What he could have accomplished -
shown the i treasury, state and navy departments Perrine worked alone and singlehanded -: : with hit plant for
eonsettuanj wrwintyof These calculations art based on :
the domertlc.lion Ot tropic 'precipitation effectiveness1 and I with' detailed reports on i a pioneer In plant In the Perrine Land Grant will
plant .In tropical Melds, and I fruits and plants, especially on I troduction. never bt knowji. But someone,,
temperature efficiency' evidenced
DM great probability of their by the kind and ai volumeof those producing durable fibre.No Hit idea of small homesteads must remember" for today the I
gradual aeclimattott throughout veiatlvt growth" Ag Department Then I where .*> family could produce government, exTrilhent! ,'wtioa5 "
our southern and southeastern In those days there 'was no department necessary food for'tnfln./ and beast Chapmah':FI.ld'l b rdettif"'Idd"" 311
Statea, especially ot sloth profit* From the time of PresidentWashington's of agriculture fI4 bu- and be belt sustaining( teems, to bid Perrine Lena.vrant ,

administration, Abe . .
t able plants a* propagate th'ra- representatives of our" 10vf\ 'I-i :r.J

alva on the poorest tand. meet In foreign countries .were . ...
The story of this <.tntloth requested U send Into th*. home
Interesting and imjXjrtant, but Office .suchteed and plant" at ..
strangely enough It bM received they thought suitable for Intro4uctlon i: ri-f-.i" .
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Ittlle attention), from historians into this country, but .; . .: ..., ;.... ,
la the several histories Pf Floe I Arv '"' ' I "' ,
QO one exceptferrlnt seemed Jai 30 "
.o Ida consulted no VtenUiM U take -- '- -- : -/AO'oj\ "I ..,
f 'mad" this seriously. J f ej4 nt'Jahn m atck: Z'OTu--zit :

ot of tile'Doctor UrxJmurder .Pit"loo'f411.C' Out line Qulney Adams -WMSJ. out . ::i. : . : .. :::-:: !
circular letter, calling upon con .. ,. :: ;.
i Perrine latro4peed outer offices to procure foreignpltnts . '. .A VI v"" " .... .. . .......1.. "..,........ .. :-." _
Many Plant/ of probable utility for ,. : I
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IQ Dade County: 3 moo $1; 6 ", os., JlWj) \ y., $2; ,

In Dade County: 3 MM, $1; 6 mos., 81,501 yr, $2; i iI. "
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, -. OWN 00100WOO.. nrascarmOlf aW'L.O.ftw ..

Hatsmteal t4 tIt \.... Dam s" : OevrseaS *

:' N.' W. VUrtl .U AeaUa4. PU. J. l lS .M6torGoiripany t : (

:,S . EMlwetl HM tf .._t....far which plan M J1 00 Lease, I :

.k'r fee )lNllUia tl Authorized Ford Dealer

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,, I 13948. FroSt Fectlvai Edition THE LEADER-ENTERPRISB_ Section P-.p go ,SewnSouth's

11 Largest Outdoor A.A.A. Pool \I .

Is Municipally Owned at Homestead: .1.- _" .; See the NewPhilco .: '

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Tie city-owned Homesteadvwtemlnf .
,1 pool, A. A A. approved Radiosand
If the largest outdoor iwlmmine -
pool In the; South, says
4 Manager Ali McKet Water used
j la flll the pool hn been rated sec-
pat parent In the state, and fur-
; ther precaution It provided by a .
modern chlorinator to keep the
pool' ftrm-frre The pool has one .
>'4Jti< e-fnet andtwo. one-mclci: Refrigerators :
'diving boarda. H .' .
Of real worth to the eomiiunlt .
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are the free summer swimircoitfeee "; .u k .y
J for children and oiiultt
-,..' given by Mr McKee and other in our booth

American Red" Cross water safety .. ,
. jnitructors. ..
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{ the annual Redland District ......."ill. .. at the .
Water Carnival staged each yearbut. ,
fine sine Mr. McKee became "trod e I' '
manager In 1(41 has brought hr FRUIT FESTIVAL
such aquatic< stars as Katie Rawls .
Betty: Ball, Marshall Wayne .. I ,
Charlie Diehl and Pat Flynn. Of 1 II IIM .
even more community Interest; Is I.e.' _e_ .
111" r
the keen competition of local
jrounga"jrs- cups and ribbons. the west tide and north end of the W JIA. funds at a cart of WO,000, '.vtorlHomestead. ,
Plans are urideV way ta lift: I I pool f*. Richard O Canfleld was the'fir"manaer .h. .
L-.hoped concrete.ble.chtl'lelont The pool was built In 1(34 with and the Wit swimmingmeet *
was held In 193 by Manager Music & Co.
Chas McCraclten then a memberof
the Homestead school faculty
11 Tractors F. B. 11 11I Ted Dieter former local teacher
0. Detroit who It now athletic director for 28 N. Krone.A\c. I'honell'J

county schools, also Served as a ,.
manager of the pool .

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sandal T,.*4.Mew for thousands .n,47= : ::1. : '. 01. : ; .:
ef vkltore hem all pert ,o( HMVOTtd \ :t f V:
,KM bas eanvrM to betteryHuctton I lath. end other production swill . ,.l. : ..
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del. Extensive Hildlng modorala 4. :
Aiawiibly Unce a mil: lion Included' emutructtoai vU toitaltttlon I ; : *
long are now turning out 400 Ford I at.. Intricate sy teen ef Visi&rs or home folks :
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nctort daily with production aoevoyors and lines to flew parse "
I cWd to reach 4N early la '... end -MOTibUM to the Analassembly 1 j : .
Transfer of line shown abeva.
tractor SMrufaoturing
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The City. of Homestead, on behalf. of its citizens, takes pleasure -

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Fruit Festival, a'warm'and hearty welcome. l\layyonr; visit here

be a pleasant one ,
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., To you who are interested in making your home among good
neighbors, in a locality that is blessed with the bounties of

nature, we offer the "Garden Spot of the Nation", I

i IP'If'I1omestead,as the name implies, is a city of homes. We offer;"j i ::"

' .;) you. a public library, a light, water and sewer system parks. a I

swimming pool of A. A. U. dimensions, a lighted baseball field, '
i and tennis courts and an airport-all municipally owned. We have

". excellent schools and many churches. . .*'i '. ,"

''t'' This i ig our I1011ft tead. Inspect it; investigate. it.:Then. .I let;it \ .

become" YOUR Homestead ; '
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