Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 19, 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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00600
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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Council Raises' Light'Rates, I HP.BARFED) NAMED MAYOROF

: 'Taxes Phones, Cooking Gas GROWING COMMUNITY TEN

raised Light by n4 the pity water council.rates Monday men 1 1t Towns Sue to Bar Mami: -Dade Merger I I MILES NORTH OF HOMESTEAD)

fclght and aa ordinance placing a From Ballot in .Second May Primary

ten cent tax on bottled gas
per .,
Pasha, t Laming annually.t
puts and on teUptitn aerrlo*.... aatwa.d and Ftorlda City Miami' and Dole Cetmtr. Dreetet MM inbanllanli U .mUM

gloss it*tort" saeend'readings. Joined with U saber Dade c.tJ:: at aVetovtery MAMA* R. A,Gray northeast of Homeatet. its.* aveorpxatad
The: action to nile addittonal awnkJpelrtiM TvMday Ie prutkn the and *ak* that Cray b* ea- r
revenue was prompted by a report yelped froM certifying the amend as a sky by manmoM
by Consulting Engineer w.... Lana C* Clnwtt Court at merit tit the ,gaunt elect** two Mender CUM and It I' liar.field .

a. Sydow that. UIe.ct1r"s-.ww. Must to ,yule off the 1HI e*e- ballet.. sncrcbant and pioneer *rt>

plant operated at.a deficit c4 tint balot lie pwpeeed cooattfet rr.|iill. by>> th*' iMt toclal*. tier. WM eteded lagor *y, rape-
3f.oat tar the period (nm Akg 1, dandy aaendme4 to coMolidateat tur.. conaoUdaUoB .,Wend. lar acclsbn.Ahnect .
1MT to Jan. n. IMS, Th fntreaMla goverttratnto -at the city of mat wffl be Mbnittod to atati4er f MO persons met In ...
'rates became rffecttv at one. .. to Xereinbef If ratified bj field Perms packing house to vste
* Authorized was n ten per cent' I II Dad Mtert to a local referendum the City IB to eslatenc and to
" Increase en light bilk plus anI M'CARTYRALLY May n. No gets baa ben choose its ofncer.
per cent additional Innoaas ait for barring tile wit wMck Mrs. Julia Wyatt was elected
I for each enn-oaat rise Is the cert I rooks to prev that lie propoeedmendment h rn> ..=P. ... Pedenen
* of tusk ail atone the.present 16-131 730 SATURDAY I* anon ltutlclna1.. mnnhal to tile council
' cent a ,an.. Attorney far the rxnptotoaaUar were Sans A. Brown, U. Claws
A Oat toirisii ot 3* per cent Edw. U Senple. Tbo*. H David J. Ufht. Gee Sir-
was recommended by Mr 8ow IN LEGION PARKA Anderson and Wm, O. Ward mans, Mack T Mian and Cecil

, to tok* Care of s recent p Barber.
the cost of full The new city council wO meet
per cent rise In j
rally wU JIe held is Legies
;aH. Councilman Vnv Mu..*lwUte it t 'dock Monday evenly to
Park, Homeitead. at lad Saturday SAFETY PLAQUE
(Continued on race Four the packing beast but It I* n-
night (or Dan MeCarty. lamer
J peeled that city nffk** will be
citrus end packer from 1 -
300 Load Stn1t LnnUr 'rbrrrtere gnawer*. whop( Mo Dade AWARDED CITYBYCASUALTYCO. -- ----. '''-gQM lalabUinsd Councilman to Brown ejwotlets to Slimed the new*T 10

To De Free at But County WedBcaday after a highly
Had MAYOR BAJtFIELD Brown buddini an tw. IkdVil
naiimlul speaking ta .r to forth
..T spa lumaraa' track bad of ,r1erd'sod.. Br*.tfd. sad'Tats Kuh.ay.A .
W. J. Fowler,
aWtoed by
old )hunter aerwed *ter the Beach counUn.llcCarte *
chairman of the oounltten Insarnemunn -
ruing of asrerat bangs at I wiU d*.*to Satarday A plaque tor ouMandia* JOSEPH KLEIN tile new ally tobaunded
Ham****** Army. Air Biee, are ;..- tour *f Sauna J>4v irtttma aeklMnanat" to prmentmc tolury Coral Meet dr. m the
available,without chert to per. >er atop*to PWTMO aA PTJM' *.. and leea W Ue'' we ...--. .* nertk and by gtmtf Roost dt,'.. Altapauth.
paw orbs*toh to bad M .- lor .. Were the. rally beet {bat) tltr'a117. et nnmietnd by the and extend abtot rw and

their own MM. County Commle. ..... rterdwar Mutual Ca wally Co.yaetrrday balf miles in arefuUr evline
'tenor Proton & Bird reported The PMt Fierce (emot W well fternaen t*. an Javpmnpfc
mat nod Cut.Attorney
,.....,. Applicationshould be kiMWB to,,1IItI a tow of th* crew Coleman at the city Bruce BarfWU aM
mad to T **.a.lIo1aJ. era us- ball
en to. this oecttea who divide their af the bandied the
new mayor
tadba" .. ....... J nf toe citle .xonaratador
farml K tolaraati bemoan H.. ) en* Joseph JOeto war IccU details of tile 10..'* inrar.
rive earprnltr tad raw helper toad Md the Fort Ptere U'M.aa4 to Florida that Mined tbla award ( tile fatal shooting of his (Continued on Pate Twelve)
ar needed by )faisteaeaaForeman bit candidacy for the .ovrnonblp .< far tb* year I...-.', according Bcrnhard Martens, eakfar
McMillan. I* finding try xipfert.ft to C A Barnard. of Atlanta, I
the who II, and Martens' death wi
her*. eotapeny. J. C. ANN WINS
Parking Meters Called mad tb* prcfeotaUon. Mayor T.,termed tuattfiabU homicide at aa
in 10 Week E. Kirby was unable to be present,Inquest held Monday Blent by
$2.CHW TOE WEATHER to Council President J T; Godwinaccepted (1 Justice of the Peace Sid U Ken- $146 TREASURE

Parking meter receipts ofU.04US CImoW emosm not"".twxn -.." the plaque on behalf fbe .
for the period front Doe I eWNM 0. .- ( dry Other councilmen present jdrick.JOeia. a U-year- >ld sight l

It 1"1."Malt tt 1",. were 1aported. 31wti,1 .... (181II were James Wdlam and Cart t watchmen at n Coulda pacajng CHEST AWARD
It the city Council -.t. Mss U _- M Tl .MKw. Anderson. Also present were Omni house, testified that Martens who

log Monday night and the .i- 12 M .L..... C. JMotinan. Miami teprew ". wad Intoxicated to an unprovoked J C Tares won tUMS at th*
Vents, of optrt&M WM tided *t Uan i2- _M M M.U .ire .( the toauraao company attack on bind to the packing Appreciation Cot award to Legion
$4TMS. n*..rwdl4 not tadud Mar.,Hi*__ .10 U M-ll I ttw city of Homestead bad only"bou *. knocked blm from his their{ put yesterday afternoon. His
the $1 fines assessed for perking Mar. IS___ ._?M M SO.IO aye employee Injured to. fije per. to the floor. and that b. rose-to called foe 49 per rent af
vtolaOon*. Mar 1.$4 70 MM tr rid corned by the award, and the his knee and tired lour: saoU. the coupon community treasure clout.1ft
One ball ct the receipts or I Mir. IT - IT 79 M.M accident %as claamd M miner.CaewenalUns (Continued on Poe Four) whkh this week was OM n -Mr.

$1.0231 ta applied on payment' VTsnn wa ml present but Mr.
|or the naten. This gives the city I 1 BISHOP PLEASED WIT1I PROGHESS ON NEW CHURCH PLANT f ITann ws. and ab* claimed ;a torMrbiwband.
a profit of &U2 after operation .

expense U deducted I i.. . .. "r 'II! . r'' ............. .. .. I A eo.iacideere In this """t
w.; / leteminstton of till wwnrwr. .
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BROTHERS : -"ji"- / , 'the fact that the lint . t.f n
MRS. I M, n ,* JI t,.. .:. t '; .$, I haws bas the name ,>t :rdt."
. . :4. : ... ,', : ITaaa, wife of Mr. and Mrs C'
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NEEDS BLOOD I Mann's son. Paul, and wa49
per coot Mupon. too. At pejiftrr
,he nor her biMband was pr....<,
FROM ROUNDUP I mother coupjn had to be trawl "
I .e accordance with AI'IIft.aft

My salsa
Dnton. "*o wish to Contribute Mexl' week the Unurnt-t
Wood to a apwiAe pemo at theroundup rill rvntaui appreilmaUlj MM.

to be held here Sundayfor - .---- .--
Dade Bleed Bank art ,
naked U five the redpleaf uQ 3 I Bandits Take $2.100,

MOM and addreai N the rcnpliooiat k Lock Driver In Truck
to Injure It* bee creditedto ref.AL .
The drive Of a National Bev-
the proper i e
are being sought for' .rate Os truck was robbed *tIUO
7U ah otrtortda '
Mrs Jimmy Brothers who vat by three UadJU
eriUcallyfcurmtd la an accident f . i Zaire Fiats a* week 4I Coatlnae (PWl IF J.'t Lan. CUr early Tuesday 'sar'-
several weeks af o. nf, and locked to hi* truck whirre
The roundup will be bend from I Si .', Epiarapal Church at church treasurer to Then l new buOdlnf He expressed warm f > remained imprisoned to fiv*

to U.W 'dock: In Sacred Heart. continuing a tampalca U rates CtanmKtormon Frank W. 8UU. pprrl of the type of II urt. Passersby beard aim
dubhniaa. Down are rcntoded I fund to fteanc retutrurtion new was Henry BrooUr. Jr, and Alfred lion and with profrta : JUDdlJl en the truck aiJ: asfated k
to refrain from aUnf brwUaat K. Hallett far. and catered uuertions hies '
or to limit the menu to nbuUtered I; under way at Ita WAN church Th Rio Rev Henry 1 towtUDD. financing the church pUat Ways I' The driver, James A. W.that
brad or tout, black: ta or! pUnt and rectory at StJOeveatl.rt : auffrafan bishop of Soot and means of tasseled a mucn- 4 MMMI, said b* was COo :ed 'nUp

CTffa. lam jelly fruit or fruit'I ,, and First ..... Contributionsma Florida, met with the Mstry com.mltte needed rectory. alo, were dia.Ituwtd. by three welt-dreiafi m.Aidtaf

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died of a heart attack Tuesday at Bin. Jackson's FatherIs bi the district were outlined,by forced, to surrender OB Be
SEVERY AGAINPRESIDENT I Mrs. Frances Mftell. director of, and la Ids boost give, a Tyraaccount .
the home of Mn. M. p. Wallarnwhere Drowned iff Georgia '
home service, K. B. Slier tome -at the mental and ph
the had room. The body of prison lit
Sol- agonies
Mn. Jack Jackson called service chairman Truman cat
was sent Wednesday by Turner.U Jackaon Ga., Wednesday nlgbiKth verud. manager of the Dade County -' : -I' rt* | \ j \t I,

TOM\ COUNCIL neral Funeral services Horn and to Flidlajr burial. Jar.*W-I Allen.who death WM of dawned bar father'Wdne, K. U Margery.Red! Cross Lo-xnla Chapter home nod serrtoeworker Mill I JtedI.. ,rt,Sto f

Mn. Sonnanttne' ark her broth;' day aftTmxm while fishing tn, for the district S1Of1ls AI1'u:

er-tn-Uw and sister, Mr and Mn. Jackson Lake. Mr. Jackion't boat I Ior A complete line of artUU
Wfflard Sever WM reflected Smith Lived Experiences
? Ceo Brown of Findlay, had trine overturned In swift water and he
president of the Florida Sly I here to vWt Mr and Mn. C 1Merren clung to a bush until U becameuprooted : arbtd Hire Surgeon'New plies Paint is Store being on stacked S Jerome hy
council which look the oath of e
Mn. Sonnsntine becameID by oil Weight and
office Man x Wn I Oeranlmo Torn Mar. 1I-Doi'I.1d' USmith announce Howard Perkins
while returning from an automobile dropped him bark Into the water
I and Analog the
public, administered the er operator
notary of Princeton
to West, and died was among
trip Key His body bad sot been reoweredWedneaday
oath to Mayor Hunter, who In Uie valiant American service men he carries trt oil paint Vs
arrived here.Son
turn iwdre In: G..o. M. Art )fast! shortly after she nightMrs in the Pacific who experienced colon, 'pastel crayons ehi
town clerk, Mr, Ceronlmo mirshal I Jackson went fcy plane. the horrors of captivity describedby I charcoal paper, easel and artIII
,. : end Mr. Sewr,. Harry M.: of District Pioneer and Mr. Jackson and their two Alfred A. Weinstein In "Barb- brushes and palettes.I
.. Defiler, Alonzo Lewis, Harry: eons Allen and Bobby ten yesterday ed Wire Surgeon-. published this I I In addition there is e \). 'Cuchlella and Richard Mattaon.coundlmca. Leaps to Death in Miami I by automobile Mr. Allen week by Macmillan Company I i I line of DeVot and Raynpants.
had! visited bore frequently Dr. Weinstein was with the troop
Frank' EAward Jm e n-li>-lsw -- -.- "-- .
Committeemen named were: 'of the late Mr. and Mr*. Tom I .
r Mr Lewis, finance; .,( Cuchlella.j' Evans of Homestead Jumped to Fliers Conjtinmt, Search
sanitation; Mr. Deter. streets, hit death Tuesday from the I I
parka uUUUet and tlm end Mr. twelfth floor of the Pan Anwrtcu> For 3 Missing! Anglers RALLY!
)lat--, police and public build- Bank building In MiamI. Aceord- Among heal filer who took j
in fi. Lag to relative. Mr. Jo)"'. suicide part this week In the search for .
Reappointed for two yean were was prompted; by property and the lost Snider fishing party oxrt i
Tows Attorney Ernest Robert tax worries. I w. O. Van Tleg of South florid Sat Nite 7:30:
and Engineer Ceo. W. Cr awshaw. Mr. Joy was well known to Flying Service,' Walter Vela" J. P ,
early settlers here a*' hll father M. Shaw John McUan, J W.
Heart Attack Is 'Fatal the late Martin Joy homesteaded Shaw, Edw. Wels and I, R. Legion Park t"Florida's
To'Visitor fnnr Ohio en Coconut-fell des west.f Red- Brooks. Three ""plane fryers. used' t
land rd. He had visited here often An Intensive search la still-be- ;J
1 Mr*. Mabel Ma Somtantlne of and owned property near Inr made for M Snider, Jockey .
Fiadlay, O. and 8t Petersburg stead. C. H. Trotter, horse trainer, and Outstanding, ;1 1 '
Don Frailer, C na lill'SoOt manufacturer !
who disappeared MM. .. Candidate.
S while fishing laa small Wai .
offshore from Crttfa" on the Keys Speaks
Dan's the Man

S. L. KENDRICK District Advisory Board- '
: To.Work'with Red CrossA
local advisory board to work
with the home service departmentof
For Re-election the American Red Cross war for
organized at a meeting: last nightIn
the office of Manner t. A. ,
Roberta at Redland Ctmp. Board GovernorEverybody
; ; JUSTICE :PEACE member are Mrs. B. A.
-S Mrs. Eugene Fontaine,
SUllman, D. P. Blake }t-. Tibblla.j 'Welcome
M Burton F O. Stahl .

I Robert I Paid for by Dade County KfcCarly tx Governor Club

.1 .Plan fir an expanded program



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Since I cannot ret around to see all my old friends, I WISH( WE'D STAYED IIi 1

am taking this means to try to show ray appreciation I IIS
and thankfulness for your support dur'inxtht past 0
: eighteen years.. .
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The same old .nan will 'give you the sam. old
' : !I. faithful service if you vote for my reelection.If .

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: it is possible, give me one more term. i iI. I

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5 lam. ERA : Pala ,

Why hurry bad North to ascertain weather, perhaps te

.t a slush mud and a dangerous cue of flu )uat because the

2,14 lour Ambulance Series w ".; !alcndit says its Spring la Florida the spring months are

I. Cremation Among tht loveliest of the year.ty .

3' Gradually a fresher gnostic creeps over the Phone 270 Homestead Fla.LEON'S .
e M w N w Florida lindxape. Birds bunt into symphonies of song.r .

,,, M w +. Flower bloom m greater profimon. Bathing, tun-tanrung.

r I Golf tubing, and other outdoor diversion ire tt their best .

This U an ideal tupe to invite 'os$ friend to visit the

I East Coast of Florida. Or if you arc a visitor bere plan

JUJY M s to prolong your stay through the beautiful spring months, ,
a1 #
w Fine coach and Pullinan trains available
w s to o through \ are

i SINCLAIR SERVICE a eves the Florida East'COM Railway not only Jurm|;tJ.c

winter, but throughout the year
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r Cor. South Krome, A fe.' and 4th' o :7"el< '
UOX: CHAMB14SS Owner i. I Ij '
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Goodyear Tires Autolite Batteries-. FLORIDA. EAST COAST .RAILWAYA

Accessories and Small Auto Parts

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-, Much 191948. _.J, ., , .- T J.| [ .-.V:,fTFIR f..K::.DM-ENTERPRISE., ,," q' ._ "'h" .'ow Pate Three M j

'< ENGLISH CITES 11 &(Sh :tnr'i: .;'lIhtOf -;" (-l J dm+1UoM.I....: . with Gen. Douglas IfaeArtaur Whereupon the taneratplained. en. 'r
; toIr. ,)H UJ4 how I store When the two man had finally This picture It tor my ,
II.AS..Senior Play I buyer must aWctj>aU the heeds' been brought together for the. pie j little eon, 1... He wants hit 44 j
NEED OF WIDER Second presentation 0f a comedy .last**, and vogues of the buying tan. Brown could not help but photographed win a celebrity.Well
I CoHit Over to Our Horn*". public, and how salt help mutt exclaim "What a* honorf Street Journal
will be given I at I p. m. tonightby be trained to be patient. helpfuland ,
UoS.. I
the senior data Homestead I courteous. I II I
High School in the school audltorlunv Reef and Deep-Sea Fishing
8.S3I.811: Chevrolet
Bringing his campaign for.Utt ]l I II
In the cast are: GeraldIne In Use Report Shows' Keel Landing. Beat VMetU-Dew. the slid Card Sean I*.
governorship of Florida to homestead -
OUveto who takes the part of I IUH and tackle. f.nik h.... la keep yew flab. tUI each.
Tuesday Colin English Mid Mrs. Eldrldge, a'young widow,I I Detroit. March II-Latest .v.II-1 Reeervationa-Pbese III.". Dally tripe except Meadaya and
tn the count of Mi visit that b* Margaret Barnes, 14-year-old able registration. figures show the I II ?....,*.
It "much Interested In th..iden- Marion Eldrld,.; Louise Williams. number of Chevrolets In operation
Ing 'Of the highway from Miamisouthward" attractive LJndy Eldrldge. a high I has reached an all-t'm peak of I Ia.a'4.ll1
school senior Clinton Cooper, units T H. Keeling,
Said the present state Jay Eldrldge, who has a yen for general sales manager of the company
superintendent of public Instruction classical music; Connie Campbell announced today DEVOEArtist'sMaterials
: Grandmother Thompson Joe This Is one-fourth >>f all automobiles -
"I noted coming! Homeitesd|I Reynolds Hugo Willaford' Llndy's in the United States and
this afternoon that V'sHlgliwsyl I boy friend, John Bridges, Ux virtually aa many as in the other
Russian conductor of a symphony: countries of the world combined
.1, although it hli been really orchestra Tommy Dolor, ,a Hollywood ). The total' gives Chevrolet a _
Improved In ,recent years Is scout Earl Gordon -
Tnovlc ; _
ww* tnlrfln leidersMp over
"heavily congested It h-apparent . .
/ Mr. Reynolds, a next-d to everyone that something should neighbor,'Billy Byrd. Hutch Renolds. /, Ittal reglsVsUotu reveal S 4
'be I per .. Easels and Brushes
don to' make this Imoortanl .Marlon' .boy friend and
cent of paasenier cart and 29 percent
thoroughfare Oafs for (raffle' and Ann McLane. Hilld red Rey \ldt, Oil Colors Water Colors
I bf tracks 1>ow tn'us* won ,
of adequate width to care for'tht .
heavy,fly. oY transportation. bunt by Chevrolet I Tempera Colon
UoniLtrrestotCluba, :' i ,''i j. i ii- ; ,
"n ricl.. with tourists' traveling "
the length and breadth tht : Sajri_ZonftM I state0 and wftb:farmers. whoa eat.j popular ;Jnovi comedian Redland Paint Store '
latenatloMl U, tk* large .
products mart io to .
plartttt.1\ Foe t Browfl,relates that In the
'.n.YII': expanding"modern road eat:tet91ce'e\1Ib' he-the world,.*. tevfut ft bit tours In the Pacific I HOWARD rnUNS, Owwer
I system English said ''Many newroads has already raeiHtod M 00 con-
th'atrt.or War during the late
dl ] IM S. ETMM Are. Homestead
member this year, District Governor
. ; ahouldbe built to complete flirt he was one day thrilled by
I the system, and 5, furnish easy Bob Halgrlm told the .. he prospect-of being photographed
access to every community i'Many club at the gone meeting .ta.
) :highways must be rebuilt and Tuesday flight Lien R4nuart btt; .' .. .
j widened Congested roads inuit be Coral Gable told of the formation
replaced with three and four lane ef several new clubs in the Miami -

, .highway Mr. English*l said he believe .It Among area the visitors .were Lions SAVE MONEY ON MEAT AND EGGS !
j 'b the duty-of the state to assume Jot Allen and Fred Millar of Key
I the maintenance' of clrv itreetr West, Lions Del ColbUm and Ceo
I that carry state rood traffic since ?. Okell of Coral Gables, I .Gordon -
) 'them are arteries of the elate road: of Boston S. Feldman of'' Raise Your Own
} ,.,.tem. Ashevllle, Carroll Bunker of
: "I pledge an expansion of the Glastonbury, Conn, and Chas -- -
program of farm to market roads" Meissner of Homtstead. I "
he Mid, and I pledge to procure --- I
for each d-sllar spent the maxi- Reasons for Failures! I and
mum amount of value." Tcld in Talk: to Rotes Fryers Layers
Mr. English spent several hours .. I
In4he business section of Homestead A nation-wide survey by the
seeing old fr'endi' and making National Cash Register Co. shows '
new ones: that the two greatest causes ofbuslners The average American ate 156 pounds of red meat In 1947, But

held Open'J'U"house( ar Iftttnlun4"Y In his honor Mrs.was. and lack'I1e't are' Incompetence Rotarian I there'll be'only 143 pduhds per person produced in 1948 accordingto

R G. Huff. Prevented by M. Lwli Randy Jones tald In a : government estimates. So, why not produce your own meat and
Hall. Miami altm-aey, Mr. English licit talk at the d.lalflC.I' eggs-cheaper than' you; can buy ,them.Here's .
emphasized hit oppoaltlon to a Homestead Rotary Clufc Wednesday ,
sales tax and voiced a belief that Mr Junes, whoa\ Rotary 'h' ",
no iew taxes are needed to meet claislficatlon i*./ tsil !17 .goods,
the cast 'IIf present services by; the Is manager late. He also gave a return of ment Stortraluret ., :
.his achlevm ni'ai' superintendent due to lack of capita "
of scholaThshrrevohing i were 'SO 'per cent of Vat total .
studied by National's survey, Mr Start some of our quality, well-bred
Question Jones Mid while failures due to
Mother inflated that little Alice Incompetence amounted t) 345 I baby chicks at homes'Start them on
come upstairs and wash htrhandi. per cent. Other cause and respective .
Alice demurred percentages vcr listed I -
'Oh, let her wash them downher1 aa I follows* lack of experience, :.' < Purina Chick Startena-they'll eat only

Grandmother suggested. S.:, unwise credit; 14f neglect .. "
"No. Mid Mother; "I want. her, U, speculation, .I: fraud it, extravagance I . two pounds per bird in five weeks (costs
to,come up with me," .S; failure ot others. I '

!Allot Are you hesitated coming Mother" demanded I3f competition, S 4; other specPOLLPARROT )l- I I : ]less than three, cents per week per bird).

"I don't knowl" waited .\111.*.; Ii '. At six weeks, put the cockerels on Pur-

Why mother?dont"-rx.: .you obey YOUR I SHOESfor ina Broiler Giow fast meatproducingfeed

Bert ant Girls I
Freely Translated HOMESTEAD HABERDASHERY and you'll have fryers for your
An Aberdontan on a visit! to Hall
a It London was getting overstayed toward haswelcome. Acre treat City table from about nine weeks on. Broiler

Christmas a kindly hint and would his boat have thought the desired ) Chow birds weigh up to 3 pounds live

remit"Own you think* ha aald. "that I TIRESGASOILBird weight at only 11 weeks.Put .
your wife and family will want ,
you to be with them at Christmas
"Mon," replied the AberdonUn the pullets on Purina Growena at five weeks and they'll be ready

"I believe* you're right It's ralethoctfu for i' Bird Co. for I laying eggs at about 20 weeks of age. Then any time you find
0' IU send
them." you. I 'eggs plentiful again you can finish off with good roasting and stewing

Montreal Star 1 II I -chicken.. .

All three of these Purina Chows-Chick Startena, Broiler Chow and

;. We .uy.or. Cash. Growena-are. complete feeds. They supply everything the birds'

,In email or large-loll, heed;except water. It's easy to raise your( own meat and eggsand'it'can'i ,

Limes I . .mean real savings this year!: -
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I .. COUNCIL RAISES An authorization was given for Building parmlta fisted wemil ,'

\ LeaderEnterprisePam" swimming pool rtpalrt requ bold P. K. Ptevenion. $0,800 famewflbtxk t .

: .: The GadaboutBy (Continued from Page One) by the Great American Indemnity dwelling on R C. 1'Int. Z

: Isf5rf advocated 21 cent Jaereaao Co. with which the city la Inauired at I tiltat;; Orval Irwin, Mrealdenca ,

.. BUe Wattle Farreyrtn a per A* ouHlnad by r. A. auf, company oaj N. W. Sixth
In keeping with that adopted by
: haw Petrim at ......... ... rrpreaentatfva, the aafctyr Ralph and Everett Runnela, twi
i Florida Awes and and
Light Co.
n> IW Btk IM fpUhUwj friirrK .
!WI Councilman Carl Anderson Introduced i iI comm.ndat>}na cab for1 the replacement $3,000 dweUlngat Henry: BI'fIGktf
\ oC rotted wood, in the Jr., four $1,000 threa-room I
the resolution for the
l P win* ...* bMr11AlJOw..E..aN hotel guests on the elevatorwere adopted ordinance. floor of bath haw porch and In the negro eecUm; frank Cocb*,'

ACCim from all over the world. I bleachers, and the Installation of ran, t-4DeO dual ling tm J'nad',

I I MUMHAIT. Son* were from Europe a* g.?. Council Provident J- '1'. Godwin guard rails en the porch .net pool Addition;; and C. B. ChrlaUinaen,!

I 5 .rraarix.niramoit eminent mlaileaa (begging); cart the deciding vote In ballot steps and"around the porch. $100 garage on N. E- Krome ten'
others were piiilneit men from ,on the nation ta tncraaav the rate '
The Chrlatianaen '
: 1 The council voted to directArchitect permit wa II--
various South American coun- by 11 per rent, and again la the
suawiur TON UTa C. J. Parisian to determine rued on the condition that the !
la DA Cwmiri: I MM. II Mi I trtee. i voting on the) motion for the ten till coat of garage not be wed for Hying I
tt replacing the
Vidal 1 F., ISIS.r Since Don reading the per rent Increase. Home, Muaaet-
Olds .* DM C..t.t att.., |.... wait Paper preeent wooden roof on the Brat quarter and that It be removed
t didn't brother became whit and Hood voted far the tire '
It a 11.ISI1n.UA. Joins unit of the light plant with a If found objectionable b/ the .
1 .1 thought It would be a good time proposal and TtTollam Anderaia: .
I. cement roof to reduce Insurance
15500"d as -.4 .60 "a vashor!
for and Wynn apl..L In DM bAUut-
to ,
r ) ....k u. itia. at the Pat dram atS ate pick up some knowledgeof I coat
:0.60.1.... r1..Ht. .... IN an .f Spanbh. was disappointed ing on the adopted ordinance, the : KLEIN
i Murk .. ma. Woillan Upon reaueat of W. E. McLane,
t J when the waiter greeted me with vets wee In reverse with ,
!,win d married'. Anderson and Wynn far the tan track foreman for the r. -E. C. '(Continued from Pap One)

Palma -The menu card IndkatcX the per cent totVcaaa and Home MuaaelwhlU > big railway transportation, the council trucks voted to from bar three of which .trud!.hll aonlnI

and Hood agalnat
hotel management desired to parking la the strip aaat of the

{ By Aaaile. Maraew Fltipairlek ..t* all requests It had the The minimum water rate was railroad to which the city had law.Robert Boyer, aaalitant county .

tea, muffins, and marmalades for {caanged from f...i for .750 elf been ranted right by the rall- solicitor, represented the itate.
Royal palms art Ilk* arlateerat I teat to It tutX*C>> cu. ferX A .
the British; grapefruit, ham andeggii *"y.
Deputy Sheriff Claude High and
i Veil groomed landing 'aloof charge Clf 1.10 act for IJDOtt ,
for the Americana: and a war UUUtiei Superintendent Gor- R. W. Uowden reported on their '
with .
polae.ExareaalonleM native breakfaat of cafe con lathe,I 1.001 ruble feat, and a charged don Ivey was authorized to use on-the-apot InveatigaUon of the ,
ai a lifted face $..10 for all above 1.000 cubic
Belleville lungs media and mate city equipment b clean
Which shows not what pleases I out a tragedy and on the autopsy performed ,
or quills a dulca. When the waiter feet All one*taiitiy reeldnxe* clogged drainage trap for Home- on Marten Friday Inl

annoy asked me In Engliah for my order without meters will ba tbarged a steed Filling station provided Jackson Memorial ItopiUL There

s I lust didn't have the courage to flat $2 rate that Standard Oil Co. all were to thahootlng.
f& pay no ''*
CoOTiuU 'jJke. comma*) practice any Spanish an Mm ea I Tine ordinance authorizing a coat j Character witnesses tot i

herd. pointed to the native breakfast tan per cent tax on bottled gai A letter .eau read from Moat Mr. Klein were his daughter. Mrt.
i Their crooked trunks and serried . coffee sales and bnii
with hot milk half telephone provide J. Baker '
manager of the Xedland Bernhard I, Martenf. widow of
ridges tcflApproximately with butter and that the dealer file sales
moons honey. I gas a District Chamber
k of Commerce, the dead man, Mill Myrtle ICe,-
how long they consumed breakfast and turn In the
withoutgrrtnf report designated
my expressing that
the council foot, Frank Kent Bruce Neubig,
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'.t hire raved << a thought to tilorie. tax on the 20th of each month. wa not conaulted before
the Robert
car. Jaeatta and Bruno .
And. by their ebo'poaalbly, how( Many people hart aked' me TIle .tataphona1 company ta dinned rtval Was brought here for the Schmidt. .t

/well. why I didn't learn Spanish from to add the ten per cent tax Fruit raathral. Mr. Baker laid' the Funeral services for Martena,

my husband before made to IU bllla for collection. Penalties blame for the unlntentiaai tt'
I the ever- conducted by the .. Frank I -1,,1 1thery
Royal palm add dignity and trip. My aaiwet la that Mm moat 'I for violation arc $100 fine or sight reattd with his office rather *
afternoon an "
Saturday !.l
beautyI wives give "My husband didn't N din bi Jail Gr Voth. than with the director, and aaaured .
I 7* the laitdmpe but never do want to bother. He thought It Kilo Sydow recommended that the council of future full were followed by cremation i

they give waant worth the I m additional generator be pur.
effort and Its eo-epcratkm of the chamber
Y. r. W. TO ELECT -
w Of themaelve Of coconut tl was not necessary since he would chased and Installed at the light The Everglades Natbnai Park MONDAY

h t 1 said U with me U laWrprtf. Haw.ever ,plant. the peak capacity of the Service was given penrdaalon t.| New officer of Arrant-Smith ..

Truly by them alone a malt tram my eararl* ce at the I plant to J.S10 k.w. and this year install a 1.000-gaUoa gas tank Peat" V. F. W., wilt be nominatedand

i l can live. etevetavdoor I'few seconds before. ,the peak consumption was 2.000 andergnnilrd to feet ant of tie; elected at a o'clock Monday .

' I decided to use common k.w. An increase of IB.per cent headquarters to the Chamber of evening .at dub KmUaaay.:\ M_. ,

: .' W* point. with pride to royal aeoee and leans aa much Spanish U predicted tat next rear. He Comm_ awUdlngv The tank beta era urged to attend the '.

palms. The mews .t peeeible.. It was verydlfflraltat I ariviaa that Ua tkUtiea_d tart.mant will be put la by Orange State OUCD. !aweUaai la voice their ckotot for -'

Of the aoeanut. to a loving arm Busses Aiwa H make much attires to ftwvcd to a. aullaU peat laaderahlp. ; .

i Or the comforting she adder af a Maatway, Jar Above AM wool ..I8MIota'do-na\JlrL Other

friend. British people la the city and DOmatter reeeam5eadatkmdn a that a new

U their variety lie their chief where you go you find aoeotintlng ayatanvba worked out

. I j k charm tone waiter ea1 clerk to mttrprat .and Zit into ,affect under the .
foe you aupervlaton of 0w auperlmMMkmt

I'f :and that a phydcaj" ) tnvcntory and Immediate

f l 01 p I ROME Sea.It 1 .r. N two....,n.sand .. ....... as ,vehMtle ba Made of aU depart.Instill Deliveryon

Dodo 0..Mr. PhrU.taonci d1.Y/ee. A. Addalan b, CMp d a. property. Ha .alao advlaed
; : I BMr"7ivISil'SLi ntm4 ask Assertions be road Pea at that 'made
J i* III Poo It.t.Iw. i survey ke of the elec-
e ""5l to Chowee 1946 rh>H"' e ... Ilse soft Want. 116ftsets. tric distribution system to correct
: t let*, the olkpwlnc Mliilt 4 Intta .-...... TrMI Ik W III II ft |. e the preeent overloaded
r 1f"! : rat ft. tot a 111.", M mi m wewa condition.
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,i' } .bow jA*" A. LM II. .!.. I, CoI% ............. 'A COUNTY. IIOKIDA.]
:' a. Pa the Both" aawspr1** I *. AM IM to rut ..... ta M 1948 I
,I { : Ji NW .. NOTICE M >EKICBr"ct'EN (killi....
, ter I .. 5,. 1. ....... Chr II ft Lot a. C. L. '_'0 a..*... oil to CkivtOT IM, ft rid. but.....
Staniar c...... 5 14.1.1... A 1Mb AM.*.. *. flat Br.. I M pow 141. Slow r<41*..... .M HM. bad I. Westinghouse7Cu.Ft.
i Aw.edi.e Ie Plot ..... U .k t... k HAH OMM. rhUk will k. M1m4
t!: Led 41. ales: a P1.dd. Ch./ amity Lot I. Blork I. Fteml Puk. A auk" rev Ml M yubllr Miterr fan the ktokMt
I I' O.ssr's a.hdlrrl... a k.1 A.a.dl.r Ae..dla. i* Flat book n u P*. a. {*i>* f* "*. w C. nkMiM.
brrt11.51ItoI'1.r K. B. .EATIfflkaAM. Uw krau *l H gas oVIork A.:
: It Bad It.. :t :: ....... Olt. Clark of rimk Cmrt M, OT HM I4lk m M1 Arll. ,....
n Mtr c........ anMlvkilofi., A auk ...... (booty.W" MwcaimoN
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w ; Ie.rfct. fifth u_* I> CWtef I "-sA.U W INIKbnct aMnlw t* Potda" ii M Pas ... 9 Cu. Ft. with Freezer
; i I Bad :rteeWaVtf.4: Clip "' "'" Lot Ut. : a" t be.1w CMr Sub. sa 9eatr OIVBC tU ItA. A anNi ta PM Bo* H al Parr
'I' } p Pan 10. to A. 0ra.. .hold. .. Clt. W HonkI ..rnt I
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P1,41 clot 11- aoodS ft. 00,015V10 1e. 9M. 1. Park !Ia .
sere CM.auMlrbk A,; .... .
*. A 5.0. add the TIN % A. D I A..dlew Ie risk Nook or as
l ta Plot Dm* It M ... M. No filed mem 1.41-:: .551.w? took .1
It.I.*. alwk .l. rbrtto ells amine bow adz ......- a. -In dead to "C.'i. .. II I.*.. IlUii. Karl Psl._
s ... A BMk A..dhle M ....... Ism Ow YrMM w. PkM*. A ak 41_.. to Plat. took ITM
I t b to Nil HM* II .. Pas ... leans the '......... d.wlbd Pun IS.LA" .
( u* II to It 1_. *lk I. PIoo-Wo I la wC.msgw adsw..t501sM. 1t M It Is.. .lack a Rw.l P.II.'
v.r Mtr M r'. m 44 I AIM t. Pkvr*. Oak A..dlae a Mat Alaak It Immediate Delivery Alsoon
: 11 Ae.arASa : risk book $5 .. aim i ijl :lJ 1Kd bebli ., .trl4{ .... 1016 Pan Is.Las ,
,lot I. "..."'.. .. 5e..k, Sans II D. al.r1. I. T>lniMM. ...i.... Addl&
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t Alee -. alaiIt, KM* It me r*<* M. .-IR 1 Dooto, sn..f rM.5d. a red It........ M. north Clip
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I'i IM ta. BlrHt I lk.... t B AMmkMi to Plat Moak M at P*.. ->. .. ..., w d.oolMdtr.1a .... T*. WESTINGHOUSE) RANGESSERVELGASREWRATOfiS
ut.M w H k. MU to Uw kkrkM' .kMbr It and 19". Glad $1. rooms
: ,1 J. B, L BWk C Woodward AAHIU.. A at tot cn nm door w tMi rimNewor ClIp rwA.radlas' to rim book I
"v k> AMM *a to post ass | M he Ie 1M .0th 01 AHI.Wrk .. 1949. 1It Pie. "t.
1 '' C' "lj w ado lose 49 Anil. Ian L. e. 111.a IS. redly CUr ,,,,-,.
t ... ..i I to M !M>.. booth a B-. > .... :this I iik day .. r.k>...r. .*... A--... r Plat R.k a at rues td.Lot .
t i MMk A* AddlilMi w QIy W ...... > a. IKATMtRMAN. IT. Btart P1 51. City irrcmr.
.MMA A look "-:... to fW B..k II Ctotk of Clmlt Oc.rt.DM A..rAM to : amid I M PM Tl.Btant .

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Friday, March 12.194$, ra rHEJ.RADGR.ENTRRPRmE Papa Fiud

II Union Service Slated for Good Friday GOULDS- CHURCH Ktf Jack Browning Polk John. "Jeffrey Wainwright*jf Jl laiit. REDLAND SCOUTS

And Youth Sunrise Service for EasterUnion Calvin Waldron and Jimmy Wai-

\WILL GO ON AIR eighth eon, trethnua.Jiidt ; and) Phyllia., T tfSfr.1 GIVEN, CHARM
services' on Good Friday t %
St. John Will Hold Ernest Foaa, advertising manager -
and on Easier morning will high-
Could Baptist Church will A charter
g) VM presented (4J>
for Pan Amelrcan .
lint local observance GC
Holy Good Service
the air '
on Saturday In a weekly ,
the Redjtnd
Week prlat won kj Boy Sut Troop No. 14
Tile Rtdland District: MinisterialAssociation st. John' Eplicipal Church will i Rtr half-hour Wayne program Van Geld, report r eu. pas the Homestead attrientl to theism fijr Or. ft O. Vfolftnbarger. trout
contest "How
will conduct a three- observe Good Friday with Its I loll Local talent will present the on Advel'UllnaIelpt commissioner, on M.r. 11 it iptaUnc
hour service to begin at noon on traditional three-hour service gospel la song and word eachSaturcb. ) Our Standards of Living"conducted Ift,.atdJand CawpupityChurth
by "the
Good in the Tint BaptlatChIlI'C
Friday from IS noon to J'clock. Liturgical trim 110: to I p .n. on Club ef Greater Miami Lola Ry- Scoutmaster Robert
of Homestead. Taking I WBAY at 1490 on the dial, Mr.
part on the program will be, the services and brief meditation ,Van Gddertn taya. traot received III for tint place, Rountrtt received the charter .n
Rtv. Robert B. Chapman, Jr. the I on "Th Word from the Crow" Dr. Walter WoooVJUperlnUnd- Mary Lou Lawrence |1S far tee behalf tf the frcup.
R... Wayne Van Celdtrtn, the will make up the service and worshippers ent of missions IM the Miami end place and Rebecca. Briwn. Walter Yates Charllt Wllllartu
Rev. Frank I* JQvtry: the Rev may come' and go aa Baptist Association spoke at the 110 for third iera. Jimmy Wat- and Richard Pollock were pre' .
John T Rower, Dr. J i. White ion and John Bridge were given ented by Dr.
necessary, announce the Rtv. F church Wednesday night. i honorable WoUenbtrgtr with .
end the Rev Revs J. Spark Persons J. Ixrttteh, |MuU>r. mention. patrol leaden badge won tt the
, may com: and go a* necessary Litany and Bible study will beheld Wand Church Plana The seniors won the Intramural. recent leader catnp a. Snapper
and It 1* suggested that at TSO: o'clock Wednesday For One-Week Revival I volleyball' the champfrjiikhlp Junior 11.n i exhibition >> dc'eating Crwk. An tawir,itidj"hl l talk war
f' neu employee comt. In evening and Holy Communion it given by the cnmmtwioner.Announcement .
the lunch hour. bUII.1 10 o'clock on the morning of The Rev. Carson T. Howe. pastor -1 game.Miamians Wa mad that .
Young people of the Maundy Thursday of Pahoket Methodist Church, Fined $150 on Saturday the troop will begin
'will'sponsor a aunrlM ata will begin a ont-wtek revival monthly collection of paper to
0.19 Easter morning In the Homestead -I Methodist Church Sets meeting on Sunday, Apr. 4, at I For Stealing Fruit be old .j Increase the camp fund.
ball park. Larry Ri field I Redland Community Church, announce .
will snake the tddreeti Cha Holy Week Observances the pastor, the Rtv Rob- Fine lea of $180 were aaaeastd BENEFIT SALE NETS lit
against Mlamlant convicted
Chamber will read the Scripture, ert D. Chapman, Jr.
Mia Margaret McNalP will lead Observance tf Holy Wrek at I Monday before Crime Judge Almost 133 was cleared by a
Service will be held tt 7::10,
in prayer and John Delta will First Methodist Church will be each night except Saturday. Wayne C. Allen on charge of recent food sale held by members
pronounce the benediction. Musk ushered In with special sermons stealing fruit from the grove of of the Gateway Subdtitrlct or
Special feature of the meetingwill
will be provided by the Horn- and music on Palm Sunday. Dr. be oldfashlontd evangelistic Proton Lee Karl T. Hupp. 2ft, Methodist Youth Fellowships to
aimed High School band. Sidney H. Davis will preach on was fined $100 or 30 day In Jail, help defray expenses ef religious
and children'sat'y
'No Detour Around Calvary" hymn hour singing a I and Marvin them, 22, wa fined worker at Camp Redland ;
Festival Queens Given Sunday morning when the senior I tlO or IS day in Jail. I
Perplexing religious
will Member will be problem They were arrested Jut week
Air Trip to Key West received and the church membership are discussed In a &uestlon and by Deputy Sheriff C. J. Cave In .
.a Miss Jody blender and Mla class will be enrolled. fk.Davies answer evening period held at the each mid-week Wednesday :: the Lee grave at Halnlln dr and 'rtm.. .,."...: j jQuick

''I Lisa Deltel, queen and runnerupat will speak on "!7I' I'hat :priytr meeting, Mr Chapman an I Talbot rd.
JUdland District Fruit Festival I See Not" at the evening aervlel".nd I nounces. '
were given a plint trip to the Junior choir will provide
Key West Saturday afternoon by Ute music. TO OB8UVX: PALM SUNDAYPalm I Freeze Specials
a Walter Well In' his SUnson There will be t prt-Easttr aer Sunday will be marked at '
. ''Voyager. vice Wednesday evening, and the I Homestead Presbyterian Church
-', 'Original plan for th*, girl to service of the Last Supper on ,with a special sermon by the FLAMINGO BRANDFRESH
" present a basket of tropical fruits Thursday evening.A I Frank L. Elvery, pastor on
. to President Truman when he was cantata "Easter Message"will I hold Your King! Music will ReV'j i PORK SAUSAGE
: ,on vacation there, could not a* be presented by the stnior I In keeping with the Easter "
1 worked out. choir on Easter evening Additional pew 'were placed in'

the, church this week. I lb. .. ....S5c
'i Side of Beef (Morrell's Western), .??_ ?
1 30 H.IKS. (Cat te ardor)
Honor Pupils your
"Where The Big Ones Bite"FLICKER'SWWY
Given Pins at Assembly

I Honor roll pin were presented, Pork Hams, Loins, Shoulders: Spare Ribs,
*t a special assembly |In the gym Neck Bones
Friday to SO Homestead High''

t to. .. School pupil who were on they; it,
1J'1.fiU.\ _;: 'I '*., .t arl>>t, Forfda" L' HI ItJ honor ter. roll the entire! first tem" <*>,1 J FlamingoJ Brand'Bacon; Ib........."..fWorrell's ...........oOe

Skiff and Motor Inboards, ,.., Those who received pin were:
tl.M | ROM Sincort, Vera Mae Ander1 Pride Bacon, lb. ..................,.. L.........85c
Sklffii 11-'..., 1.1'1 I "oot, $11 son, Ulan Angelina .Connie
I Campbell, Ann Home Barbara
I Jean Home Louise Williams, Mae Flamingo Brand Fresh' Frozen StrawberriesRetail
.\Rose Albury, John Bridges, ... Wholesale
i Arthur Brandenburg, Wfc d e
Hatcher and Jot Reynolds, seniors:
Helen Tomerlin, Fay Ciplinger, have FREfell FROZEN FISH
Job Printing CUrl Craddock Ctcella Tomaiat
,and Russell Horn, Jr.. junior;
Norma Hstcher Doris L-wli and
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Mr. / It Bynmt were Mr. end: Kit and-Mrs.'L.wn(. Alderman .N.a..NaNN..N..NN.. ;"
Mr. lark StrlbU of Hollywood .and MM Johnnie Mne Hamilton Mr *nd W,. It Brow of ; .
and daughter. Martha and all of Hollywood pent Sunday ami art parent of a MIl n
Swan, the Rev and Mr*. Al here WIth Mrs AUermanl ,ttter, Mar W at Jam** Archer Smith
Homestead Fisher of MiamI. and daughter Mr*. T Orfanode !l Hotpltal }

Dolor, and randdaugMer Penny f Medical patient this '....-1'.
and Mr. and Mrs i L. William KIN Margaret Sternborf of Mr. Raymond Hippos Richard ,. ;
I I of Tryon N C Mrs. William Crundy Center to. I* a houseguest 'I H. Donortn and the Rev Ceo. E,. .
Mr Herman Keinletn spent Erneet Argue of Homestead I* I* a sister of Mr. Bynun.I of Mr. and Mr*. W. B. Cave'I DrueU all of Homestead Mr*. 't>_,
Wednesday and Thursday hi Lee5 *-I a medical patient in June Arch- Mia Ruth Byrum, daughter of I I ]
5 ? i burl attending a meeting of the er Smith Hoapltal Mr. aod ...*. Byrum I* expected I Ralph PolgnarelU, of Shelburne.: .'
'' board of the Florida Congress of I I|home from John B. Stetson Vnl- Fall, Max, and daughter MU1', TMitillectomle were performed: \ 1
Parents and Teacher. She l| left for I I varsity this week-end. I Thai PolgnarelU, medical dl- for Linda and Clend Bell, twin f, 11
Don L Farmer Tuesday
rector ef social welfare for a '\IfBell.
Ute preechool-ehitrman.Mr I daughter of Mr. and Mr H. ..
I his home in Athland. Ky. after I
:| Mr. and Mr*'. Loris Moody of, hospital In Bridgeport Conn.1have -+nIt il1I'
a fawvwttk visit here with his Went Palm Beach spent the weekend been vtoltlng here with Mr*" ;;a.1
David Scoll and daughter. brother-in-law end ler/Mr. and
In Florida City with Mr*. Potajnarem. who I* spending the
Janet returned to their; Wakefleld. En I Milt droop end bags
yesterday Mrs. Oe N. route I Moody1 brother and "ciiter-ln-law winter at the horn of loin Father your
/homo In Pleajantvllle. N. Y, after Mr. Famw will visit relative In bitBring .
: I the Rev. and Mr't. Robert B. Barnette. Miss PolgnareUI will I
a visit her with Mr*. Scoll'i Raleigh, N. C, and Waihmgton. Chapman, Jr. return home by plane this weekend It to to-we'll coon mat
mother, Mr*. W. J Krome. Mr*. D.C : but Mr pDlgnarelli will remain uw
Broil came hors to accompany for a longer "JaiLi I Trade Wind Dry Owner'(M9.f't<
horn her daughter who had peat tot Netbltt and Bobby Korean. Mr. and Mr* Samuel Feldman
the winter JIM with her grandmother students at University at Florida. of Asheville, N C. are visiting
her with their -! anddaugtiter Mr. and Mr Winton a Medlar
pent the week-end here with :i.w: I I1MMI' t i I
-_ their parent, Mr and Mr James Mr. and Paul left yesterday for their home In, ;0<
Jimmy Brew, student at Unl- Nnbltt and Mr. and Mr*. Fete, ._ Spenotr; U, after a visit herewith
.varsity of Alabama arrived home Margin. TAXi I Mr*. Medlar brother-n- DUFFY'SUpholstery
NOTKB or m.KnoN roe
.,..tenI., .l spend the spring hol- >tcn law and (liter. Mr and Mr
rib tars Adrian Jacob Dr. and Mr*. Herbert .
j .Id." with hit parent, Mr and MIN Jolyne Mock arrived homeynterday I notice I* HLRMT routs THAT
Mr*. H. L. Brown. Hi Brother front John B. Stetson L ._... W_ r ...._ III &_ SchmlU of Chicago were re-'
Gneiss teI._ DMrirt Tu CMtII..... rent guests of Mr. and, )Ira. Shop
i '.Bitty who attend the same uni.t University to spend the spring N.-br.d ,t1 tt Ik. IH ear 1 ,.:.., Robert H. Mueller .
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varsity, went to Baton Rouge, La. holiday with her parent, Mr. 4. D. IMt liM MM OOTtHlrato tomt
.Jtke..M kM .. IUMh. *M of Forest Iflll. N. Y. I* expected FYrsitnn. hearsedeled. .f
U a to compete In in InterIIe.1II'll and Mr J. D. Mock. 1.. a.1 t-/... "=:' 1..e.w,. this week-end *
rifle meet. Jimmy U recuperatingfrom wit" .... Sole. eonw .. __ tae to arrive > sad ladateke/
r 411..1.r a-.w-e eftnew toDee. visit at The JMOO: home. Mr*.
I :'performed emergency recently appendectomy Rowe guests of Mr. and Mr*. I TWO. Caen*l Uv. -| Am W-*.T.Ill mwl IMI. MMmn Mueller b the former Mill JaneGatlin .
E.:' W. Burton are Mr*. Burton' 1 a tMTTt .... kv Meta ef Homeetead:
I'll : E Kaachel of brotbeioia-taw sister, Col. M.MW nwiriwi >. Trwtt ,. .j i : Duffy'i= Trim' Shop
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ilomcstead' Nine"opet "i9i81Seasoh"i Dicta Five Win First Marshall tn ,T.p Firs-_. ,n4ual'' vJ.. laiHt ...... ...., ,
1 Miami Tournameiit Game Of S. E. Care Scorers fetatonal baikefeeU or fc become
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.tk Drive la knf the Itch MarsHall, .m ol JOv and I' :
.. 11 openin Miami Gold ban tournament ., Mr* K. F. Marshall' fit Homealead.. Graft Ltad..IW1and: ,
,eh* Wainwright 1 Match Jackeoa T 1 gale Tuealty night ey de ranked the Southeastern I Scorers for Season p
..meetead High1 crop arrm April 2.April Open. testing the Andover Rangers live among
apulnad by Clinton Cooper open 1 *. Beach 11 Tl-U. Conference tap five case scorers Herb (Irate led the RedUndttoren !
jMtf IMS baaaball teaaan tonight April .. Redland T Jesse Lott paeeerOlrk't with IT aU year by averaging more than tat the If... basketball
*M Miami N4 agalnt Edison April U. So. Browerd' (night/ ),, marker, made up U eight l field U point game for DIe Rebels ***. with SM points Composed :
of Mliml. April U, Open. load and one free ton*. Harry quintet of University of MUalai.Ippl of 101 field Soda and M tout :
Of the U who went out tyt theIsm April IT, Bell Glade H. Bishop ..M second with II points Manhalf Peak score was it shots ;
{', this yr are six of laM April St. Miami High T. and Perry wa third with 11 point against the Tupelo Leilonnalrea. James Hooker ran a etoee eee-
tfyear regulars Jack Pope- May T. Bells Glade T point and with 141 point Dole Spraa.kte J
catcher; 8m Tore-plUher; Mry II. So. BAward, HMay Dlck't: cored at many free All-tlat aaUctlcn at Homestead ass third with til point lad J
fCUnton oGpef-Ilnt bow; Bob 14. Jackson H throws ni the other team did field High School In JWJ. Marshall attended Harry Hampton wa fourth with 1
A4, Jo Reynoldad May U, Redland H. gods The locals led all the way. Ole Mia. before serving II pointa.
,, ,... .. ; and Doyle Keen- -outjMIWd. TUb !with the nary la the Pacific during The Diamondbacks played 14 !
WALTER auAUINUln ro rr TP the war. In I...... he reentered lame and bad a aaaion total' of c
.3* Th Growers play lour night DIcK'i Drive In M IS Tl the school and baa scored IM point They aank 111 field. ,
gurnet this year three mi Miami Walter Branam re-enll.ted this Andorer Rangers IS I II an outstanding record. After lilt goals and 120 foul ahoU.Money.
yield and ono on Dowdy field InHollywood. neck In the U 8. Marine Corpt
Thirteen same art and was ordered to report 1o San Diamondbacks IMf ,
f lined up M tar.ffi Diego.. Mr, Branam. ton ot Mn.M .
Illl BaatbaU StheiwtoA I F White, U a veteran of three First Baseball GameThe I
March It, Edlton T (night). 'and a half years with" the Marine Red'and
DlamondUckt lost 'I
d March W, T ch T night). and MW combat duly in the their opening baseball
March 21 Edison H. Paduar game !
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Carlo Year started out on the I
mound for Redland, but WM replaced -
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THESE AREBENEFACTORS runt Bridget burled the complete Money!
time for the cadets .
Riverside tl1.Iht runt on I
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ninth They got seven Mtt and Money!
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Tams from Homestead Chapterof Iron regardless: of conditiol1W
I'; if OM o/ the |ratM accoaptiiKmou of, Future Fanner of America ,
civilization bat been the rmarkablt progress placed seventh In fruit and v ie-
y made U Increasing aha average life etpccttocy. table Judging and thlrty.flfth In orU. $1.50
+o i, J .Ia tilt Middle Agi tie ..era..lif.spas cattle judging at the recent state
jg : wi tweet, yetrt. la tilt seventeenth ct..." fair In Tampa Tams from 114 ( '.
chapter comprted on purchase of
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*' It hd advanced to twentycart..Throudtttb Fruit and vegetable judges were .
3' rears then bat been a steady increase Stew T-xxlae, Tommy Dolor and automatic iron at
t.: : '.wadl, li/ expectancy ii aizty-thr years foe Tommy Drawdy, and tattle judges
.t. 4.. PCs and Wait lot women. were Ronald Clonlnger, Raymond
: Kelly and J>hn Chandler Each
'. !j.; Astboritits agree that tilt _oat productive yean of lift team won M for th* ilMnettcad
a K;a lie between the ago of forty aDd Ji.r,. Medicine tad tb* chapter. Benson ElectricPrinceton

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, A reception In honor rt the 10'
: I Miss Ann Davenport and Sam aunt of the bridegroom. The wedding members who have united with Miss Warred Severn and her Lofton Miss Carolyn Wilson, Mile
; uel M. Roth were united In marriage cake was decorated In a fiance Floyd Everett were Robert DtMello, Miss Carol
j y it S o'clock Sunday afternoon , white rose design and tapped with; Homestead Presbyterian Church'I complimented Sunday with a Helm, Miss Jackie Phillip: Min r
') In Uw rim Methodist" : miniature figure of aMal l daring the part year will be held pantry shower given by Miss Bfflie Jean Carpenter Min Phyla
Church of Homestead The Angle couple Guest included Mr. and, III t o'clock Monday evviilai In Anile Delta. Refreshmenta were: he Deltz, Miss Virginia Booker
t t Tint ceremony was Performed by: Mrs. N Lfppman, Mr. and Mn.j the education banding Friends served picnic style on the Deitz Buddy Booker, Hoyt Lofton, Rich. I
f Dr. Sidney H. Davies. put*. Gerald Eicher, Mr. and Mr*. 11"1 and member of the church are lawn. | end Carpenter Ronald OonlngeP,
) The matron of honor and the win Barnett, Mr. and Mr Hugh Invited h be present.A I Present besides those mentioned John Chandler, Edward Chandler
1 I I I Baiter. Mr*. IeIt&Mrs.i iI musical program wilt be presented were Miss Helen Szhfder *- John DeMello, Jerry Helm and
I I Baynand : Viola King, Mrs. ., by Dr Carl r Robinson Miss Ann McCord Miss Ann I I John Delta. ,
I Hit bride was owned In tail, Janet Burnett Patty Allison. pianist, Roy Nelson Violinist, and
f r blue She wore a headdress of I Robert Burnett Chas Allison, J Mrs. C. I Chlpler, vocalist. MRS. HEMMINGS\ NAMED 11
matching veiling and while row, I a Nelll and June Dow. Refreshments will be served by.1 PRESIDENT
} i and a corsage of purple orchid Mr. and Mrs Roth are snaking members of the Woman's Auxiliary OF AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY I \,
t the matron ct honor won a their home on E. Biscayne dr. i .
) pink and blue ensemble and a Mrs. A. L Hemmlngs was elected the meeting of the tenth district
purple orchid eniage Mri. Mass I HONORS 'MRS. HAUSMAN'WITH I president pf the American' t B. Davenport mother the bride, MRS. STEFFANI Legion Auxiliary Wednesday Hotel In Miami Beach.
was attired in blue"f. wore BITHDAY BRIDGE AND SHOWERN night Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo was
i white accessories' and i corsage of made vice-president; Miss Ruth BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN
( white carnation. MI-SI Chas. H. Steffanl enter N n. Mrs. W. J(. Walton, Fox, secretary) Mri. Frank a Rue, FOR WILLIE SOTTILE
j After the ceremony: I reception tamed at a St. Patrick' Day Mrs. A. Frank Webb Mn. Wm. treasurer; and Mrt James C ,
was held at the home of Mr. and bridge and handkerchief shower J. Clark and Miss Bertha Nil Vann, hlitorian.Mrt. The fifth birthday anniversary ;
j Gifts lent by Mrs. Hemmlngs and Mr Vann of Willie Sottlle, son of Mr. and
),... Dewey Promt uncle and Saturday la honor of Mrs. Frank Hauiman were *
f Ilausman.. whole birthday was Ceo M. Arbogast and Mrs. Laura I were named delegates, end Mn Mr* Wm. Sottile, was''marked '
on St. Patrick' Day. The green Snivel Rue and Miss Fox alternate, for Sunday afternoon with a lawn l
t MB. AND MRS. CLASS and white motif wa carried out party given at big home'on N. E.14tf :.
: (In the refreshment course of MRS. ERLE BRIDGES NEW PRESIDENT
( : The March meeting of the Mr. birthday cake, ice cream and .1 ThefyoungaUn war enterUlned i
and Mri. Class was held Tuesday J coffee. Arrangements of roses and OF ARRANT-SMITH POST AUXILIARY with pony rid** Birthdaycake
t night at the Methodist Church.j gladioli were used for decoration. Ice cream and candle were )
1\ After a business session presidedover Mrs. a E. Schaff won first ),(1'1. Erie Bridges was elected tribute $20 to the Cancer Founds served and tricton and miniature 1
) by M.... Wilson Crosby, asocial prize; Mn. Paul Reynolds, sec president of the Woman's Auxiliary tion to help finance a research wrist watches were given a* I
y' hour WM eajoyed. j ond prize; and Mr*. ;t. J. Hot of Arrant-Smith Post, V. F laboratory In Maine. favor to the young guest
Z Others present Included the brook, the consolation prize. The V, Friday night In Legion HalL Twelve members were present Nadeane Ruehle had charge of I
Rev and Mn. Sidney Davies, prize was awarded to Mr*. )(n. Ceo. PltU was elected senior the birthday (1ft*. I
i Mrs. Joy Peeler,'M.... Bruce En- toot: Hood.Present vice-president; Mrs Truitt Lawrence HOMESTEAD CLUB WILL Guests were Patsy Blackburn, I
} nls, Mn Olin Wright, Herbert besides those mentioned Junior vloe-pretldent; Mn. ELECT OFFICERS TUESDAYNew Honey PacetU, Cheryl Turner
Thorpe Japan Avery and George were Mrs. C. J. Parman, James B. Fatherree, treasurer officer nt the Woman's Linda Raskey, Tins Jones, Joan I
i Ledford. Mrs. Preston"B. ,Bird, ]1Ir! *.':JOI.' Mrs. Philip Bourn chiplaint Mrs. Club of Homestead will be elected. Sottlle, victor Rask y, George I.
r. A. Huff, conductreu; Mi's. O. Tuesday night at the Future Albert Wally and Bobby Bow, J
H. Sullivan, guard; and Mri. Delete Farmer clubhouse: on N. Krom Rudy Cowman, fad DeMUly
I t DOROTHEA TURNER OBSERVES BIRTHDAY I, Rhodes, three-year trustee. ave. Mr*. A. F. Arthur, president, Richard and Michael Hood.'?un- .
\ WITH RADIO INTERVIEW AND LUNCHEON The Hew officers as well aa the will give her report for the year. ny and Bill Blackburn Tom and, I
secretary, patriotic! instructor, Club member who have unidentified Pat Lynch and Bill PscetttOptometrist
'. Dorothea Turner. daughter Of Guests, besides .those men four color bearers and historian, dishes and utensils used v .
Mr and ........ .W/n..HH'Tamer tioned., weW Joan Core, Betty who will be appointed by the at the festival fMd booth are I
IJf Jr., was honored on her fourteenth 'Ooesman; Norma Holectk, Barbara president will be installed at a asked 44t b bring them to the, |neetIng . .' I' .I'' I
birthday anniversary with a Cooper, Ann Brooks, Harriet jolrit'meeting with the post to be .. ..' : I I
lunchojn given, by Mrs. Turner I Lowe,\ Nedra Ann Hahn andPatsy held in April. D. F. p" Archer: r
i .at the House of Gong in MiamI. GrlmileyMri I The auxiliary voted to con- BIRTHDAY BRIDGE PARTY .
t' \ A huge de mt.d cake centeredthe GIVEN BY MRS. McCREADY
;r luncheon tsbleDorothea I Mr. JaJries :
\ Interviewed MR. AND MRS. VIHLEN ARE INSTALLED S JklcCrearfy entertained
was on
} at bridge Tuesday W. MOWKT ST.HORIEST'EAPI :
1 the radio program "Luncheon I PATRON AND MATRON OF NARANJA O.E.S, evening In honor of the birthday ;
with JosepMne", sand her guests anniversaries of Mn, Florence .
fang "Happy Birthday" toheraround t E. VBileh and Mr. Vlh- and Mrs. Lydia Knox ElectaMr Pacettl and Mrs Lull Ollven.' .. Tuesdays. Tkarncsrs,
the microphone. She was len were nrtalled at worthy' *, Mildred Scott, retiring Playing were Mn Hannah Grln- ftattra'arf r"
.j' presented with a corsage of m.tI'1n.n worthy patron of matron, gave the address of welcome nell, Mrs. Pacettl Mn Oliver and PHONE let
.j't' American Beauty Fosses and a .t goM Naranja Chapter O. E & ,Mir 11 and Miss Baihor sang a Mrs. McCready.
; bracelet Inscribed with eoIcw pteture by a grand installing team competed solo to piano aceompanuneot Mrs McCready served cake
of the story bf florid of Mrs. Mabella Rrfmiy, played by MU Barbara Ojoper and ice cream. ,, .'!:!:: I
MAN were 1 awarded. also to Jn IUtM t AOtfictf; Mi< Esther Gift and bouquet were presented '
Blanchard noel patty IMnleln, Llvn;tfon, tpttln; Mm Nancy*' to>lr. and,>Ir.. Ylhlen,
j lunchet in fueitsAnother Rlckard, marshal; and Mrs. W. O. The chapter room was decorated
Tslbott, organist I With basket arrangement of red
: I I Other officers installed were gladioli. After the meeting re:*'
::1 I' Mrs. Gladys Peters associate matron. freshments were served Clearance Sale
ALRAY W. O. Talb-ott, associate
patron, Mrs. Jewel Deuhh, conductress C. J. PARMAV TO BE
1 Super Hosiery ;.Mr, Lydia Sa yer., secretary ART CLUB SPEAKER '
Mrs Helen Pet err in, chaplain C. J. Parman Homestead architect -
. Value! ; Mr*. N,ll Mulltns, marshal, will speak at the meeting of MANY ARTICLES.
;. Mrs Vilbott. organist, Mr*. Nan I Homeajaad Art Club Monday In
Vlhlen. warder,, Mri Norton Lily Lawrence Row Library of "
1 Extra Star I Peters sentinel; Mri JuinltaW i which he was th, architect 10-to50"off.! '
I 'Iliumi. Adah Mils Sarah Vitt14n Anyone Interested is IQ\lied to : : .
ful faeh'onxl" i Ruth; MiMarie: Bashor,I atlmd the meeting which will .

it : t::-tiicr. :Mis Oh 1 Z j'-hn, Martha: begin.... at I..o'cloek. '
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nylonHOSE It s Juicy Steak aped Pet Refs. et Beef -.-, Homestead t Music & Appliance Co.

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I).*. Me. 1.. : *. piMt4. )M Tw.r.trawberrr II
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The Homestead B. P W Co will
... t..1,MeCafh'e president Mrs. E. M. Miner, Mr* J P. ElUott meet Monday evening at the home the use M posters, moving pie- agrlcuttureInstructor as place of
t.the rtoida Federation et Mrt M. J Baker Mr. M! of the president, Mr* Prank M. luna and colored elide In teechInt -, W M Bradley who has beengiven
Clubs spoke before the .A.....BIker. Mrt. J>. M. Brannon Kent of Nannja rd. wa demonstrated by teacher a leave ol absence on account
IlII" Club of -the R..nendi Herbert Pool Mrs. Arthur This will be the first meeting at a progr rbn visual aid In the of Illness
jruewUy afternoon on the effect Kraniberger Mrs. Ralph W. since the club was reorganized, clan room given Mar. II la Bed. Stanley Dulimba and Ed*.
M hatred directed toward minor Klngman. Mn. rentrcti and MinElsie and a large attendance is ex land School by the P. T. A. Baumgarteaj presented a snuk l

ity group She also toothed one La retra pected. Mn Ceo. H. Cooper Mrs A.D program .
M> Compton plan which makes Kramer and Clarence Gray I After the meeting refreahmen. *
previsions for Detective tenrlc 5 JOIN HOMESTEAD YOUTH CHORISTERS were appointed a committee to .. were served by students of
ilrt. McCaffrey recently was ad-l I nominate new officer Principal the home economics ,..rrat.W .
]udg4 outstanding woman of the AT MEETING AT VAUGHN TUNNELL HOME Robert A. Gray announced that
bear In Dad County Everett Shut** will serve atMETHOMSr W. P. O CLAM MEETS
FIve new members were welcomed I practiced singing under the direction AT CHAPMAN HOME
BITtf meeting was held It the
Into the Homestead
Youth of Mra. Roy C. Burley The Rev. and Mn Robert IL
of Mrs. W. SUllman Choristers at the TOlTTTt WORK
muting Mondayevening ,iponior. Chapman Jr, were host Friday
pa Coconut Palm dr. Decorations TOLD PRINCETON CROUP
at the home
of Mr ancMrs. I Cookies,hot chocolate and coffee
evening to the W W. P. C clan
And the refreshment count, cook-
Vaughan TuonelL They were ,were served by the hostesses,
Ik end fruit juice, were in the Activities et the Methodist *( Florida city Community
31* Pitrlck1 Day motif Mill Ma Seymour, Milt ROM. Misses Miriam and Pauline SV! ,. Youth Caravans and comradeship Church.
mary Dickinson Min Helen Re- Doyle Keen invited the group to team were outlined by Mia, Preeeat were Mr, and Mrs Lester
j Prnent, besides UIOM men vcU. MUi Effle Radford and meet at nto home on Monday. Betty Snowdeu for the Princeton; Walkup, Mr. and Mr*. John
tinned were the club president.Mrs. Edwin Anderson M... James
evening Mar. 29 Methodist Youth fellowship Becker. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Delta,
J. T B. McElroy: Mi* J:.I WUrop presided. After I period Preterit betide those mentioned day night Mill Allene Moa.1 Mr. and Mr*. Boy Chandler Mr.
H. Jiannsn, Mrs., Seymour Dane I devoted to sight reading, the group 'were MIA Miry Helen ported en the Gateway and Mr. Lewis Moodr, Mr*. Felts
9 --- Sprinkle, Mill Laura Dell Lett trict council meeting held Schroeder: Mrs Grover Kester
F. ARTHUR GIVES LUNCHEON TODAY Mill Mary Jo Itrburf, Ills dare [day night In Perrin 5.'lIr.1 Miss Alice Macomber and Boyd
I I Stephennn Min Mirgiret Bull' Church. : Cohernour
V [Min Mills, Miss Reba Pierce'
fAll volunteer rrticltori for the James Waldrop, Bill Holland I
district Red Cross drive will be METHODIST GKOtP: MEETS Jimmy Morris, Bill Stephenson CROUSE & BURR CABINET SHOP
'gueiti at a luncheon to be given AT J. P. REDD HOME Peter Mills, JT W. Rauton Earl
by Chairman A. 7 Arthur today; Mr J. D. Redd, Mn 03. A. tee and Le e Taylor.
,In .Parkway Restaurant H. VHymn Dsugtierty end Mrs. Harry R. Builders and Remodelen
county chairman: and Pierce were hostesses to Circle MIS. DAVID WILLIAMS
other Miami Red Croat leaden Two of Pint Methodiit W. S. C. 9. HOSTESS TO CIRCLE Fine Woodworking a Specialty
will be present on Tuesday evening at the Redd Mn David C. VUliims was
Hew workers recruited this borne.Mr. float Tuesday a flel'DOOIto Electric and Acetylene Welding
week for the _11II.'. division an *. E. & Capllnger conducted Circle: One of the Woman'a Society -
Met E. J, PacetU of Homestead, Service of Pint
the devotionals of Christian
and Mrs. Redd
Mn. Edw Hlckwn of Naranja
outlined plans for circle participation Methodist Church. Mr*. 8- C. Bye .
and Mrs HeaMiDp el Gould. In the annual turkey supper , conducted the devotionals and ,...SM-W-1

to be held Apr. I In the aerial Mr* Dan Wllliami leader, presided -
Mf Viet HAI PROGRAM hall Mr. Casper Wllliami invited. at the business MMioa
POt. MISSION CIRCLE member of the group to attend Plan were made to send a love : _--.r-: i
shin Helen M'"ya presented a the annual W. 3 C. & coherence etf.eriJIC U the annual W. S c. a. -
program '. P1001 116 nteo .c the to te hld Apr. JV1J to West conference to be held Apr. 13-11
meeting of JensM Cobden Circle PWn Beach. Listed an ...toclal bi'West Palm Beach It was *ateunced :
Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. service report ..r*.U_.lrfr;' 21 that the circle will co- GENEu.LeELlCTUCSALES:
E.*J.Paccttl.. Jr.Mrs.. Bruce bouquet,j 41 card* and II tray Apena with the IIClet, in aerv-
'Bafcnetor sad Mr*.D. R. Sullivan, Cake and punch. were aerved. keg the armed turkey dinner *.
Jrj were welcomedas mem- Apr I In ft*.social ball. III... AND SERVICE
bsrtAmoe new Present, beeide those men- effort t* bcresne membenhlp ,
timed,were Mr U. B. King Mrs.
ta the aeeM<<1. canes from theekeryh
Sidney H. Davicet Mn C DEafcervMrt. .
lUte who attended the nil were .aialgMd to the
.'D. a ItogabeaM. Mrs.Virgil Radio and
Appliance Repairs
opera,'' *..ito n Botterfly".a* Ml- Lyon N.... Darter Smith; rircl xembiri lor penonal MUcitation. ..
VlUlama ,
Mrs Van urgedrfrcle
a4 Monday evening were Mrs. .
Mr 8. P. Matthews, Mr* O. L. .
Onto Rives Mr*. H. L. Brinden- Showalter Mr Elisabeth aaamlun to ltt- the
bur Nn. C. LChlpleyMrs..J study coune Lilted on the social LICENSED and INSURED "
Mrs. I Close
Krey E. Mr A. S. I
visits, 10
service report were M
Albert Sims, Mrs. J. R. Brooks.
Moye, Mrs O. R. Mr
Brewm. *
MSB AM Mellows, buss Emma' Ceo W Time )Ira Lute Free cards, 1$ bouquet and eight CONTRACTORWRIGHT

Jar Kvee Mlet. Barbara Jean Hrf. J. A, MclfeiQ, Mn. E, H. tray cake and fruit
Shvler and Arthur Brandenburg I fresh CMuaut
Hannan and Mill Pauline Corey juice| were aervedMr .

Ceo. T. Ransom Invited '
Mn. / T B. McEtroy, president i the: group te meet with her in
of the Woman' Club of the April. ELECTRIC
Redlandi, expects to' attend the _
meeting of the Dade County Federation Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
of Women's Clubs on Mar Mrs W. II. Caves were Mr. and N. Erome Arc. at First St Phone 288WWe
24 at the North Miami! Woman'* Mr* Walter Miller of Miami Mrs.
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Low Prlettl

I This now icleillfle kitchen Walker & Fales. Redland Feed & Supply

i work-day--eves ttttnr N. E:. CORNER COCONUT PALM DR. aM ROBERTS RO.

' .nets, unks.. sparkling whit I

v with black trim...easy to toy PLUMBINGContracting r
,spotlessly clean...built of steel
to Jut a lifetime...fill any MM.
kitchen, new or old. without and Repairing RHODES' GARAGE

flipping out walls or floor*. ..
,vet J in most case U priced no _
more than old-Kyle wood 'N.'E. lib ST. and 1M AVE.OpfwtKe .

\kitcaens. phone UB er mime irv ( Ckaaaaer W Commeree BUg

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B> JeanM H.rdse ..4 .
:- Social Events Heifer, guest artist for pointed to serve M a nominating I Mar Ann IVeUniUrger .,
Stephen Foster Junior Millie committee.
Club, presented a piano solo,!I I Gloria ToUt was wetoorhed asa I

t "Warsaw Concerto", at the club new member. Present Win were I.'
meeting Mar 10 at the home of 28 other member and Mrs. Gaby I Our meeting began In our new
; PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ANNUAL EXHIBIT the president, Mist Am McLane.Trombone and M'as Marilyn Carlson visitor Girl Scout hut President called
solos. of the meeting to order, with the
1 "Thought .. Hostesses were Marian Anderson -
OF REDLAND HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB Love" and 'My Little Son", were Doris and Nancy Crad- Girl Scout promise and laws. We
played by Helen Tomtrlln Vocal I dock and Ann McLane. tang several songs.
The public Is Invited to attend Holmes Mrs. Del Woods. Mrs. The Tenderfoot Scout made
soloist were Maxine Walker who II Hie April meeting will be held I
the annual exhibit of Redland I(Rather Amldon. Mrs. H. T. Jackson sang "Love's Violin" and Barbara at First Methodist Church. their achievement record. The
t Horn Denrmatratlon Club to beheld Mrs Ralph Kingman, Mr C Shuler who sang "The Hally Second Clan Scout had their
at 1:SO Friday aflernoon.1' A. EnnU, Mr, R O MacKenzie: hocks" and "Make Believe". A program on great prayer of first test which, wt have been
Mar 1.. In the Lions Mrs J. H. Grim Mrs. A. C. Un Walker played I piano the Bible was directed by Roy B working on for about six week
Ben Bate, council delegate, ha i I Eaiton Mrs. Ernest LeClercq "Waltz of the Danube", .Mar-I I Wittenwyler at the meeting yasterday .I We closed by singing Up and
requested club member to bring I I Mn O. H. Oann. Mn. W. O. Robertson duet with Mr W. E Gaby, of the Woman's Society .the friendship squeeze.
J the quarterly report from their Mr C. L. Ooley, Mn E. Ing .Dove. Elaine McLendon of Christian Service of Pr'nceton r
record books to the meeting I A. Carter. Mrs. S. L. KnSx. Mrs. gave a biography of Handel. Methodist Church 7t the Witten
Mrs. H. H. Brant Instructed club 1 R W. Harknest. Mr C A 1 Angelyn Buaaey Anita Delti wyler home. '
member In tooling copper ont Branch Mr*. W. H Douglas, Mrs and Helen Tomerlin were ap .
r Wednesday. Those I present were, L. L Ball and Mri. E. L. Sum.' -- FLATS LV FESTIVAL -Brooks .Inca
f i J Mr. Ruby Robertson. Mr*. R. A I m.rtetLItf. I' WOMEN I, ,
. PRESBYTERIAN: Bobbie Jean Suitings, daughterof
/ MEET WITH ME*. NORMAN Mr. and Mr* M; V. Stalling.
EDWAD MCDOWELL MUSIC CLUB ENJOYS I Mr*. R. Y. Burr directed the of Homestead took, part In* the .

JI; VARIED PROGRAM MONDAY AFTERNOONThe Bible study and Mrs. A. r.Arthur lunlor Music Festival sponsored; .
preeented a "Survey" articleat. Friday by the Royal Ponclann' I.: ;.
: : plane selections which 'won played by Mr*. Ivan 'Moser. Joanne I the Mar II meeting of theWoman's Federation of Music Clubs at- ,the, I Oldest' Completely
} her recognition In the Junior Harden gave the biographyof Auxiliary of Home'leadPreeb'terlu Miami Woman' Club. --j 'EciuipP 'GiOve'
Church at. the home Pebble Jean pupil" of, Mrt .
Music Festival were presented by the composer, Edward Me ; -
t of Mr L J. Norman Jr. .. : .' :;
BObbie Jean Stalling for the Edward -' DoweU. i Chipley, was gives' .. I '
0\ ,A collection wa taken to'help Caretakers .
87 ,
McDowell Music Club Monday Toll House cookie and fruit percent for -herrendition C'j '
1' ( afternoon at tilt home of Juice were.served. buy clothing for the orphan girl "!9natln; In a Major" (
a1lo1 which the uxlllary I* sponsoring thoven) and "Dancing ;
Mrs. Howard Johnson. She Present, beside those men I .
, at Thornwell. Mr*. C F. Robinson .
gave a report of the festival. tlovd, were Jean Jones, Gladys (Rolfe) j I ,
Mr R. J. Wainwright and
Louisa Wollam played "Marchof Ann Harris, Ann Lott. Patsy A11I- I II
t the Wee Folks"; Juan It* Smith son, Sara Lee Santo, BarbaraMarks Mrs. Arthur were; appointed to We know our poems are awfully I P.0.Boxst'
Wysld Belli". and Janice Sally Wright. Marie Sykes, lave charge of the upper for the dumb Phone 71BHOMESTEAD
Johnson. "Curious Story". A Tallulah Webb Eleanor Sanders, Presbyterian Men' Club on Mar But our cleaning makes up for It I
, t: hymn was sung by Carms Schu- Betty Hayes Fred and Link, 25.present -and then some! FLA.
. macher, Nancy Smith and SandraChipley John Reed Billy Bradley and beside those mentioned 'Trade Winds Dry Cleaner (Adv.)
were Mrs. A. F. Darling,
to piano accompaniment Irvine Chlpl-y,
1. Mrs W. F McLeod, Mrs F. M.
., Kent. Mr* F Q. Hathaway Mrs
: T p. Haley Mr*. I). P. Blake, Mr !
ii \ C. Ben Plummer, Mrs. J. M. Hoi

11 Join the Easter Parade ferty, and Mr .W Robertson. Auto Repairs

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. !J: Sports Clothesby By JIM SHARPWith I .

tl a third party at the

l rolls this year and the prospect THURMfAN MOTORS
: of ipllt-ups In the other par
) I tits, the Presidential election
. "could be as confuted as a bird
dog In a taxlderm'st's shop)
i 4 According to the Constitution
L thai winning candidate must
.1 get a majority of the vote In
!. the Electorlal College With
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: t. i the votes being split more ways
Shirts- than I watermellon at picnic,
: i f maybe no one will get a major. Pee-Wee Coif Course ,

Ity . and the President will
1 f Slacks have to be elected by the .
" House of Representatives. Of Palm AT ..Ntar KaflreaJ
I ,t\I Jackets course a lot o fining can hap- Florid City f.
pen between now and election
:: t time 'so there's no us* In bor- ,
rowing trouble. The Interest .
I'i .: rate1 too high. 2 P.' P. ML-._.15c

; ; t Should yea base an extra 6 P. 11 f. to 11 PJBL... ....:......20c
plat ef bleed, why not give It : .
for Mrs. Jimmy Brothers'erMKthe .

::1,1.1 J & S Clothiers be 1st lIamea Bleed,".Bank' Bandar will, ITS LOTS OF FUN

Mart 21. from I I* 11:11 COME OUT AND TIT A GAME '

n; r J Jim Sharp-Flagler at Krome Phone 487 America The Tanners'predict that Council by next of
year shoes will be reduced I
t from $1 to $3 a pair. Look: like
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{"f """"'"111101. ""'" " ',01' ""''''''''' ''''''OI'' " """"/'''" somebody i* taking steps to
stop Inflation. Men U if*
r : ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK Sportswear you're looking for, ,
let your 'shopping-steps" lead j Mitchell Hardware .Co. Inc.
\' : Redland. Road between Avocado and Biscayne Drive you to Ute J ft S CLOl' '
j have a tine election I ,
t: \ : Pianoforte and Theory designed' by : I

Van Heusen . two
' Violin Xylophone PIaDo- < t that spell, "comfort and '

M'\' '.....,.,.,,,"',f11O1,,,"",,Pp,,,IIIh.ptlttl, '"ll11,1111, ,,,IIIIIIOOIIIsalt,,. for the. wearer"" ) Come" Headquarters. for! .
if pick out an Easter i '
, ,'OIt..ttJo-A. . .' .

[ ;: iO ";fr' YOU Will >( rpfliter's, ;ToolsMechanic's .:, .

/ !IWFIT BY'READING : Arthritis PaiiS Tools .. :

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w-go.604poia"Wed..... ... wwIoNoidt Paolo! .... a..e.1V. ......... "... -. wane aa..eaee pan j
w fr-\ sidwass. ----- .. ....,ae0w.t1.1 sly We W rare.: .w== ,. FHnMsliings .
s4an. _
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WNW = Ores Ome. I>w -. u.l A. .
1 J era.see 1 ane/er.e Mesa $-. led lilt lilt pare.. NZ I N &X ,
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.- Krome Ate, Homestead ,Phone 383
terse M..U sae. al.-.

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Pare Eleven

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEIS YOUR HOME ken and orname gal plants a' ,

20 Years Ago New 2-bedroom CBS home all Special prices H.lnlttn N\1raer'X :

a lira If paid bt advanee Ito a lia* I mHrat, lxcgllettscatlen. 12.1 Vtoti Coconut Palm 'Or. and ComfortRd. .
| v- 'j'' I. Phone 443-J-L I
r+IaW't/L11..higebew/ x ........ (inspected
M e..ety I"" Gore b a" .' CARDS OF THANKS Let u* supple you with rock sand,I F. H. A. (Approved DO reliable watch repairing. .
a---.l an Gabon r..w w tam
r. R......... L..dw. e..d.a J... I fill S. Miami murk, Hialeah (Financed Wood Jewelry, McCrory Ar- :
... paw a .d ...... aft ..... CARD OF THANKS I marl E F Gordon SM: Horu-- Prices cade. a32tf) :
with ... a._ RaesM 6Z...... I wish to thank my friends for stead. Phone 772-J. mlBlf Hart with landscaped Iota
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IkMl IS relaIIIitIiII'iIIIIIIiiItIII1111IIIIIIiIitHhIfI $1,000.
be many kindnesses ahown me Only $1000 down; balance SEE ALEX LANIER for well i

: during my recent Illness. It cults no more to buy a genuine I' payable mxithly at about drilling. Corner Krom av*. :
!( '! / i J1* Byrum, Jr.Cemeterj DEEPFREEZE.: See that the name $4" which Include OR all charge Wd N r. lOtti ft Phone 838-W. :

"Mr Flora [). Mycr Wit reelected -!i & Mausoleum DEEPFREEZE appear on the Sea this delightful ranch-typ. 1- WATER PUMP SERVICE All '
i, town clerk of Florida City cabinet Sold ')nl) by Harris Refrigeration i bedroom home, FURNISHED I make Phone HI. Homestead ;

. B. Edwards was unopposed Woodlaw Park Cemetery Mitchell Coin Homestead.I with else ref., pas stove and hot Music A Appliance Co., It N. .
t a* mayor W. C. Schutu was. S. Opposite Hdw. Phone water, on 10 Krom '
3280 W. 8th fit. Miami acres. Only It IIGO. av't. ji8tf) :
ejected marshal, and L. F. IBS. (mlBtf) . .
Chap : Phone 4-7634 I with approximately uj cash and ---- ---- -- .

roan, Herbert Hunter, W FItyberUon A. |;A Wide celecCbn: of cemetery loll .I monthly payment on the- balance
J. H. Simrjana.! L. R.4',at mod'r"* price available from II. COAT MILK. Ideal Avocado like rent NEW ROOFS AND :

Becker. Atom I.ewls and W." it tars untold cemetery acreage. I. Nursery. (ml tf):I RICHARD FUCHS ROOF REPAIRSRoll i

I + Sheffield were elected to' the Community mausoleum of 2,724 : Registered Broker roofing gravel, shingles :
council . ." crypts and niches 1tet+ers Sprayer, Novo engine Phone Homestead 4411 or TM-W tile and metal roots Installed.
I 800-lb pressure. 100-gal. tank I Guaranteed 4
"fl)* Homestead Rotary Club workman.blp by licensed

,elected Luther Chandler prttlt FOR RENT on skids In COlDARA excellent guaranteed I J t 4 acre lime, oranges, mangos: end Insured rosters

!dent, O. :J Heckler secretary and condition. ( ROVES, i I 2-bedroom house 2 tenant FREE ESTIMAIFSGuaranty
Chas T. Fuchl. Jr., treaaurer. ." Downstairs efficiency apt Mra Palmetto Road, South Miami. house, all In good shape Greveshould
Maud Chandler, Silver Palm Florida. Phone c.nn.110., 4".
"MlM I Roofing Co.
Marion Doraey produce $1.000 to $1.00I :
I,MIs Redland District, was,former select, dr., west of Term. (mlSU) t" and 6* pip fittings, (pmll) I worth of lime this summer price
eel one of the ten .mnneri-up for '-room furnished apt. to a couple! I I$9,500. 13.500 cash; $500 i In- Phone 257HOMESTEAD
:.the'title of Mia Miami) . ." _Or J adult ph. Ml-J.: (pihlf) Home-canned tom.toe.. $4 '.... tterest I, each year until '",.,1"1 I* FLA.
: Ph. 44.J.X... .Mrs.. Raw Wltlcn.wyler I>Ild.
? "The Homestead P. T. A. ,.e., ROOM. In private horn*-$7 wk. c - --- (ml 9-28): ilcm and 15 A. on N. Krome I
'i| l cWd Mra. CrNWHcerprsUWent. I WE MAKE photo atJCI copies.
7t N.1Y fthsttrtoo) av'M planted In avocados. $!!.
f' ; . Mr-J. L Batchetortnd. RCA radio-phonograph practically 000 cash or $12,500 term naler Fotoshop (JSItf>)> J
1 Mra. V. M. 'OrtoiMll. vc -prei.I FOR ItENr-R.OOM8. hot pat ll-acr
new 147 table model, play bearing avocado grove
dents; .Mr*, O, T.J Harper. verse with tub and shower. Also 18 11-Inch record, $80. Phone for $15.000. good location. WANTED i

.:;Jaryt pond .Mr*. J. JW MaJMlltreaaurer. apartment priced attractive S57-W after 6.30 p. m. (mlttf) 75 by 110 ft. lot, $750.
Mrf., Frank' Skill' il for --year-around tenant. Sam i... 43-acr tract with avocado, oranges LIlM housework ot car of baby

'f i-fn-eaMent' iif the grade mother; Davis, Farrnlif* rd. Ph. MJ-J-J.: J938 Pontiac, luggage trailer end grapefruit. $22,500 Mr Mary Anderson, cart-of J,

: : and, Mra. Jullar\ Webster I I. profrm tpmttWHIRLPLAIT ) mall );alai, Ph. M4-J, (pmll Term R. Bevlt, Box til, Homestead.

chairman. ." Three business sites ,la downtown (pmll)
MOWERS for Com In end see our Easter''Rifts H3mstead.:
The Grower PretecUv Leagu lent ,Clad & Grove Suppl for children.: Homestead Floral Member for riving club being _
has been organized by the Red. Co. Homestead, Phone 204. (oJU) and Gift Shoppe. 122 N. W. 4th Benj. Warren Morris organised In Homestead Cubalrplan
[ land District fruit to 23$ S. Krom Ave. Phone III!
growers it, at 2nd av*. Flowerfon &>. *. Box A-182 Leader.Enterprise.
:11 tight fruit. theft from local FOR SALE (mIN) P.O. Box 488. Homestead, Fla. (mS)
,rove. Id a meeting apon- --
aored by the chamber of com- 18'xld' 'cottage, knocked down,' Key Largo Water Front WANTED-Cuav .. Dixie Fruit ft
TRADE: IN old stove
mere, E. A. Carter 550 erected 20'x24 your on a Vegetable Mkt South Krom
Harry.Ads mi. f ; $790; war I beautiful nw NORGE: electric Iota In Sunset Point near Taver- ,
| Green Rives, E. A. FroscherI ; L. surplus bide, knocked down, $150; rants at HARRIS REFRIGERATION (n'er. Lot 100 ft by 200 ft Good avt. (Boil)
I. Chandler. W. Last item be
M. Brodle Will erected. $750. can
CO. Across from Mitchell water, and beach, reasonable. PAPAYAS WANTED-Dixie Fruit
:,,., Green and J:. A. Gallaher were financed, Tel. McHuKh 763-R. '
Hdw f (mil Reni. & S. Krom
named ) Warren Morris Vegetable Market
; ti work out the organi- (pmlt) I
4 atkui. ," 238 S. Krom Av*. Phone 181 avt (jJOtf)
..,' : 'Ijj or t acres of high plneland off FRAMES mad to Cll'der-1ar i I P.O. Box 488 Homestead Fla

"Mr*. Frank H. Morris enttr-1 I Biscayne dr. Term Tel Me selection,. Flagler Fotoshop. I. (pmS) Wanted-Help
; ttalnett at a -/)(nner bride . at Hugh 78J-R.; (pmlt) I
the country'club'In honor of her 1- -- Grand p'ano'practically new also Alicia B. Carvell, RealtorNa. rut souse"n."N"TO nranrc
mother, Mrs J. M. Sawyer of ::: : :: : : : ARK ortM TO YOU 11Tkki
upright piano at bargain prices.Both .1$ MrCrary Arcade
l yhlladelphla . ." .. If w.S r.o like a .. .. d..ef bk
fully guaranteed Set them fh. Slow with 26', artear.. thoL Win take rat

>.; "County Commissioner / D FOR SALE at W. E. Konn'i Plan Shop, 115 Homestead Fh Km to,sail Cone. Ambles. With.rase.... Ialsins'.ashes, paid.,'_And
edd this week eompleted oiling N. W. 3rd *t (pml ) I OFFERS: .a.4 be" 26den how. a year to t......
I. .0 d I" Ara.d Fwho
from the old Woodbury place on lOur orange *?xlt Callper U Floor Sanding and finishing. Partly cleared Gas_1"100 f.say a 110 leoao ."IIM..M
east to the bay. ." to 44 In. Nice, thrifty tree. Write Asphalt and rubber til*. Phone One bedroom, bath structural llw U* Ann. YM Alto kv the rt *pff
"Homer Dam went on duty I for price 187-W. (mchStf block house on large .>x Easy wnbw.iM. in ta*, Aluklu mar .!.Yeses. up n wiitttrilk -

yesterday a* city police>> chief.. ." "term *rrang d.-$8SOO total price. i a (MM* mnbit fUvMM III Jai-"
"Jiaon Avery broke him arm I' }Iigbl'rnd :.t'ountt SOMETHING WEW-Beautifully 20 acre mixed grove two" story or low In_KMM._Am.d e Mr_!aft MM_ilufcrx_.l...H..
ben floral frame stucco house ranch completely 4.5455. Par f.1I ....'100 snob IIR A.rIIa
i . cranking a Ford truck. ." : Nursery wrapped of candy and ... AI. Pa.w _I".. "iDoo, Int.
combination. Homestead Floral equipped and Ixaled In was. real Duie ........ II..... ....
'f 601 Rowland Ave, Sebrlng Fla. and Gift Shop 122 N.- W. 4th Stat .the center of.all accommodations -
2nd av*. Ph. $3. (pm2C I$40,000, term arranged. JOBS OPEN:-Oxkt, wshera.
111111;,: :;1111:1: tTI1111Iii11lIIII; ; : : :; ;;;IIillllil'dIIIILBrand ;; : : Acreage, Groves, House and Lot /Ironen, barber-beauty op-

HARRY MARKOWITZ ASPHALT TILE! can give Listing needed. Vat your property orator domestic help, llvewJoba -
new 2-bedroim home, good nent beauty. and 'perma.j today coming In every day, Register.
$70 .. DUI Miami
location FHA 6,300, payable almost any floor Nothing PEGGY SMITH. Mir.MISCELLANKUUS. today. Homestead Employment
about $43 a month. Phone 76 T J ter for covering those untidy concrete Service. IS McOwy Arcade.

f Formerly '"/ MatkemM* Reanlekb or MIami 41-0944 Echo Jordan flour For free estimate and: Homealead.. Fla.Housekeeper .
Back IB Rareness ta Miami reg. broker. (pmlt) Inspection of 3 'color salhple call:1' I .
On IT. B. Highway N*. 1 J18-VT or write P. O. Box 18L Levy. Commercial Photog, for 2 adult Good

Near La Jean sad .1838 Chevrolet pick-up, $250 (pill rapher. Weddlnga. Bablea. '.m'l horn, good wa,... Homer Jackson

VISIT DUE SHOW ROOM$ Homestead Air Baae, Royal, 1 Iliei Home, Pets, Parties, C/o Walker & Williams.
Phone J55-J. (mIl IF you're ready to buy that ,new and Advertising picture I are tame! (pm2i)
!iCorloada *f Merchandise In Oar Croaley"call (18-W. of the job t take keen Interest In

Warehaaa. and Yards Used water pumps, several sizes, doing for you. I am at your sere BuIck and Pontiac mechanic:

from $3290 to $95.00 for I H. p. FOR SALE-3-bedrxim frame vice at any time. Call 83-\V-J, Preston B. Bird Motor Co.. S..
centrifugal. Homestead Music& house on lot 50x190 27 N. W. (pm24) I Krome av*. opp- American Legion
Harry Markowitz Inc. Tag Agency. Phone ....
28 N. Krom Ave. 4th Sit Homestead. Ph. Miami
Llcenaed Plumbing ContracUr 'I Phone Appliance 141.GOo, (mlttf][ ) 3-4149 or see owner at 1042 S. BACK .In bottled ga business.Stove. (mltttlI'OTI
water heater, etc
Miami *v*, Miami. (pmStf) Virgila
171 S. Dixie '
Hwy -Mtoml JJU. I Lyon Ph. 550-W Homeitead (. or Arp T4DKKD rios roll TAX
J-hale, 20-cu. ft Kelvlnator Ice
Phones 4S-IS5 4l-455lt and (pml) (lasso U8te-A. .. 19uFM
( cream cabinet, now In use ai a WE SPECIALIZE In wedding and A-ltllf
".1551 I deep freezi. Good condition. $180 fneat quality por'ralu. Flag- 1 Will do Sewing altering and but KOTICR I* HKFtUr blVRM. ohm Roth..
11 onL IXPUPT "* ( Hitr T. OMtftM
Royal, Phone 7464.m2otf) er Fotoshop. (JSltf) tin-hoi making. )In. O. N. ..pb.rW Ml, tUt. .n4 1a.e. Wad MMIM

.r. . 1 Pierce It'l S. W. Ut at Ph. 58J-J Go.X day soy W Ion*... A.and D.boa, kM spells flMmlllf

(pmU .... Ir a tot dead to M Invited _.
For the Best in I ..... CJortlli08. ..._ the ,......,..
PAINTING i II WE DO commercial art work ....-:: anger. I. the Casts d ti-do,
I state! rhiriili, taIM wk I
Ragler Fotoihop. (jSltf) 14. Blork *a. rylrurd ky the pea
MUSIC and PHOTOGRAPHY II....<.< ..Jot""f twtlcM i. > Ink. Plat!
1 IF YOU HAYS anything;; ; eel sod H. !'_ ... hi the CoiMt 01 !>.*.,
REPAIRS Ike" rf rinrMfc mbnuwl C.rlll
< M "
BODY or It you need anything visit .... N*. ail. TW ......n.l W MMm
& the Swap Shop. We buy mot' M pose .ed.r the .,'d C..tafk.5. Me.d
s IsM Name W W.. i. M i.h.M.U .
edo E Bird Chevrolet Co. news In good condllon, stoves .. IM** n. l..4.. .... Crete *
)ice boxes, eta The Swap Shop, ..... Plot hoot 14, tmn '1. lit Uw Camels
Flagler Ave, Hometead. Phone ""f ...... auto N,'"(IU4.n FtoU.. TM. M_mkraM* diseatit I.Cartfl.t. .

I 1487. ,JJ4-U - ...- 1M .... .,.,,,.....
17 So. Dixie Highway South Miami &LKendrickJUSTICE .. > i* the-MM at -Mn.-O. K;

I RADIO SERVICE. Homestead t. .. B..10 liB. eta . t.Ntoleah. AI
Bruit f* Tow Flint,Developing. Open Evening OF TITK I Music It Appllahoe Co. Phone Ph" ..... I. r... 'I, .. 0"RIP' -.
149. 2B ,N. Krome A\e. (123-tf .d Dads. .eats de rkrhl.. rah.pared .
PEACE t 1. C.nifirst. N. anal The:
I I"f '- ;tankTrtlfeates *.4 ether Mar f fate Moves ., it... the Good
v'f C II", +4 I.It1HF1' M_ ., 1Ia1.
t' N\.1e4ce4. .4;;"J\ ltf "':';' .- .a :!
.-a. N ::6v ,Nm6Ge, C.rtMaatd ekes W ...

i P. & F Garage I Odd ,...;.. Biller.. '.'. Trerkh."i -Service? E.r.: ...IB*M.>4 tk r> 4STisfc.UM I.

I ,e ... e-.t H_ sir ant
II Call 269W new Mollw ta tk* _lk "* ...."A.
I Repairing. Acetylene Welding Painting I Mouse,, ,nines..LA"FttTiTlothl.. ,MAN. I p D.. IM. vklrk b sea, aid day d Mw A.t.w .

and I If_ .. ....... .w- loot tea ....dare.le..d HOMESTEAD I lkl< Uw kite) r 'rf Yams, *-
Body Fender Work ..... h..lems s.drr W Kmk1.. *. '***
Monte .. 61..1.1. .c.. p"--, EMPLOYMENT aDVICE a. UATHRKMAN.lridaY' .
II' GEORGE rrm a -WALTER: RUIn Pt., t.MHM an ,salsas ......... N*. 10 MtCrery Arcade !I E.. "" -
with .M0 d the cresol/ (4.0.4: 0. 0.1ketactlrr .=
i ill.w. Sal It.Bleak Wed .f Qahck Freea f* M $*$ Dad. Omxr. tVrt*.. :iHaaaettaai FtorUa COI1I1.1' sLA16tchv.r
: I. .. BtNIOW.'O--'.
'< Utr .. ...,It allt'.r : .h t4 Ark t. .. poll

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' :, : AIR PARCEL POST PERRINE A CITY Dr. Geo. D.. Ruehle Illustrated firm and tadkU bewejoete were
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won by Mr. H. M. Pool and Mra.
: (Continued tram Page One) I I I rerd.HHUr.
; ACCEPTED FOR paretlom. Talk on Tropical Fruits of Distrist Hostesses and beet for the eve- .

Mayor and Mr*. Barfleld ceme wing were Mra. W. K. JCalten, .
'! FOREIGN LANDS to the Perrlne area from Georgia, VJrttie and failing el the tropical I I Member voted to hove M.... X.t. Mr*. B. H Uannan. Mr*. bed_
In IM, about tour ran after tndtl grown here were Thayer *c Miami teach perila 'I Archer end Harry Hanaan who \
P the F. X.: C Hallway had come. described for the South ChdeCirden menUry law both afternoon and With M assistance of Mm Emma
I This week the Port Officepir'teent Dfl Ihreuch. TW railroad'! houses fUse .. evening M Apr. 1*. and to Invite Boyle IIn'I4l11ke tad coffee.
.iMMgurata international agent Mid the section (orananware Club Monday night by all other club of the district that Five new member .were added
t air parcel post to certain the only rcaldanee; !. Per. Or. Ceo. IX Ruehle, bead W Sub. wish to Iota la this aaeetiof to to the dub at this meeting. Mr*. ."
foreign countries announce* 8. E. riae. Mr. BartieOd obtained em. tropical Ezperment Station to an do ao. Pool, Mr Boyle, Anne riynn
t- Livingston, poatmaitar. Air parcel ployment la the general tom audience that filled the Sacred A ealliandra plant given a* a Cap A. D. Kramer and Rlchard-
win be subject to the aamej owned by Brew and Moody, and door prize was won by' D. C, T1uhs.TALL.
Heart 1
Society clubhouse.n _.
la .1. he became of
r UmlUUxu M to due and other owner the - -
condition M are applicable to itore. U* auoeeeded Ceo. Dr. Ruehle Used colored Bides
International surface parcel poet to become the second' portmader to Illustrate his talk.
At present air parcel port will of Perrine tad lor a number of Many of the tropical fruit vary Il
I be aonapted tort Austria, Belgian yean wa a tuitlce of the peace.! greatly te flavor and la tune good
r( Congo Bermuda Czechoslovakia In 1MT, he was elected county! strains will be produced, he
Denmark Efypt Eire, Finland comraiMfoner. from the fourth Among desirable plant .
Gold Coast Colony, Great Britain. district and served la that capacity home ground, Dr. Rumble 111&1 FLORIDA:
j and Northern Ireland Greece, till U3S. Ml- Barfieb It boned Kent. Bill and
': Iceland Italy, Netherlands. Newfoundland a rower .* well ai the owner of mango, auger apples. ", ; PROGRESSWPROSPERITY
Norway, Sweden Bartleld'a Department Store 011 guavas, grumichamaa anlldeunii,
Switzerland, Tuaidt. Turkey I the radtral Highway ia Perruw.Perrine litehi. canMel, and Barbados
Union of South Africa Azores and wa named In honor oft cherries which are now known M
Portugal *. Henry Perrioe who la, 111. vitamin C pills.Itunarkndaeapodiu.stsr. PROGRAM
Hie rate are much cheaper received a li-*qiiare mile gov.ernsent applet, jj i'
than the regular International grant for the latroduC'Uon jujube, lapote have their good
tlnt-daM air Mail rale Before and propafttioa of tropical polnla, he aald. Sweet earamlwlaaif .
r the Inauguration of this hew ter- planting Indian noitllltie prevented > they art weet-ave some IPSTREE! M' ,... ...... c.f..

.. vie It would hare coat 'I.eo to Or. Parries, from attUingperraaaenUy future. Loquats produce heavily Slid".111", hs ....Je..
end a 3-pound parcel to Great on the tract *btt there are two or three togtther. .
Britain, while under the new air Among other early cettien were Black carliu have,better HACFADDEN/"60VERKOH tJJ.
parcel peat rata the coat would ;Councilman W. J. Fowler J. CX flavor than the other tartetle oP.
be $147. I and Gary Fowler, T5e Sullivan, Plaepplifarlv when heavily .t...4aali......i ..Bail< ...Hx m
Additional Information may and a B. Cuthbert who becane mulched with Mwduat e 1M ....-.loeYeae .R ass o Illdlr..Smelts awe tlri.Je.IhWhere .
obtained at tk* fed elf Ice. bel i'associated with Mr. Moody la the The Brass and muntingla.he .
( Mar.. The feaot wu built In dubbed bird fruit. It
Two Streets Closed till with Neal Cabot aa ages t: Of dou tIuI8lue a* trull but
\ During School Hours ...... Cabot taught the onoraom, not a* pmamecUU, b* said. am Guaranteed WerkaaaaalUp Savea Ten ....,.
I KhooL Penlne Methodist Church the Tonstera. 'delicloat and the
i Two streets adjacent to the wa organized In Hit with the Imbe IN OUR SHOP OB ON nu ROAD me raofri .M
. Homestead schools will be closed. Rev V. A. Umwder a* min later Mrs. Herman Hemteia announced .
to ordinary traffic from I.IO'to. and four charter memben. Later that Homestead Art Club
a:II on school diy. aa the remit, the Rer. I. "W. Roger wa Initru will meet with the garden club at Certitn Weldilg and Made
', ', of a request by Principal K. B.i mental In 'organizing a Baptist t o'clock Apr ft for a program en
Blackburn to' the city council Church. arrangement

Monday night.Effective Service
i '} Monday. N.W. Sixth MRS. BROTHERS S4 ,
\ it will be closed between TIM and
Second a\a. and .... W. Second (Continued from Page One) -REPAIRS- & MOM AVB. at B. B. BOMK9TKAO'

r *ve,,bet ween Fifth and Sixth Ma., ,Juice*.
I { to Mfaguanl U>* 70 students sponsoring group la the Altar Oldest, Urge Beet Equipped Sbep la sleuth DUe
using the playground and cati .-' Society Of Sacred Heart Catholic PARTSBird W, are eolpeed,Ie aaaanfactaur* aU Uel Postal trwh bedla

J i lade facluUe Partial barricade Church under the chalrmanrtilpaf aad traDer for any ....... Case ant ere *.niaii { will be used to permit the passage Mr Chaa. Pot, Mrs. J. R. .AI'
I .fpefaoaaUvlBcentheatreetandi Brook*. IHtMetead registered \
of truck nuking deliveries to the nurse, will be on duty. Chevrolet Co. JIAU; tf&JGIIT. tin ,
I cafeteria. The public U asked to Member et the local conuntUeeare t !
kepaftt>w barred aim No to except Dr. J. A. Smith, Or. R r.BebiMon. -- ._.__ 1 1T71"
{ la caaai of teatrfeacy. Preaton B. Bird, V z I TI[23 11111:IWTT.Ir."My: I 1TIT11 III Ii T1:1 r!r.Trr 1..
Rheoey, T. J. Harris, S. /. Lraoli.Mra. ., I
Flaminfft Ufwnatlotij. Cht. Pop and Mr*. JT. '3.Kroan *
j. Asked by Cklif onlanCkaC .J
i !
: Bel-JUk at, fbeeft. cat ;Dole access to the settlement. 1* by: Why Worry .
; I* interested aa anorla; t* flamingo aa unpaved road. I :-
1 and(complains a letter to According to old timer, at onetime
) Chamber lit ConoMree Manager there was a poet office at , .
; Mont J. Baker that be ha received flamingo. The story foe that
ne reply to Inqulrlea .i- In 1893, the late D. C. Brady ABOUTYOURFertilizer
l'. dressed to the flamingo pot salted from the MtUement to Key
.. tflce. Wet to pet permission to open a
I A little village of some 200 commercial poll cftlce. The application blank
,1 fishermen and their fam.i required a name for the community Problems?
i ( ill**, Flamingo, M mile southwest and remembering the J
..\ of Homestead, i* the only flock of thousands of flamingo, .' .
/ settlement la the Everglade Mr. Brady decided to call the
j { National. .,Park. Except got boat,I settlement Flamingo.

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