Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 25, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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: VID00649
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
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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$$8,000 ze Money to Lure INSPECTOR OF, ; Television Television Given equipment for Program IJorw was Club demonstrated I_TUG_noses._WEATIIEltWfMM NaMt-,,,r a* _nas [ ELECTION CALLED FOR MAR.' 26 :


BUM) by cliff members of new M.el I' Ml...1 I tvn ,laata
Station, \'TW it the ladles' night Fib. IT _. 84 M SOOt' "AS 4 COMMISSIONERS RESIGN

program of the Redland District Feb II ... U 67 10.10'Ft'b. ''
District Entries for Dade Fair Lion Club Tuesday night A 18. $1 71 10,U sal

HIRED AT ONCE camera, projector and other equip. Feb. 10_... ? 8J 10 '.0.11
ment for on-the-spot televising Feb 21 _, U 10 10.U' 0.02 AFTER CITY MANAGER RUMPUSFather
were brought down by truck and Feb M _ .BS II 10 U 0-02
set up In the clubhouse for explanation Feb. U .e H 1001

In 16 Divisions Exhibits building Immediate and plumbing employment inspectorat of, I Luc.., W by H. Robert Goodman Venn and, Clyde other Manning. Given Whether Perrin will continue I

member of the station start at a municipality or' surrender Its
$150 a month to devote ".. State Blue Cross Post
much time a* necessary" to the Although the station U till lit U.S.PAYSS320FOR franchise" and "go back into the
Job wee voted! Monday night by the testing stage, It expect to The Rev Paul L Manning of county" will be decided at a t ,
launch regular television Homestead was elected second
the \ -
Individual entries for Redland city: council. The post< wee setup by the middle programs vice-president of Florida Hospital sjwrlal election called for March \
of
$485.000 VALUEOF In the new building ordinance M.rch,1
District' exhibit at the fourth annual WILL ASK BIDS adopted! last fall. Utilities Superintendent .I the 140 club member and guests SUPPORTOF Service Corporation, Florida's 2< by the held city commiasron, a \\1

Dad County Fair Mar. .-11 Gordon W. Ivey ttrveitl I were told.Special. Blue Croit plan, at the recent meeting Tuesday

are being ought by ,Herman CITY PLANT electrical Inspector guest of the club Tube> annual meeting of director In be In Baked the came to choose election four voter city com will-

Helnleln, I Councilman J. O Wynn, buildIng I lay,evenlag will be District Governor Jacksonville mlaslunar to succeed R.
area manager and super FOR 2 SCHOOLSON Claude POTATOES Father Manning Is pastor tf Mayor
intendent of the fair agricultural ENGINEER SAYS committeeman, was delegated District Governor E. ROM Hicks, Deputy Sacred Heart CtUiolIc Church P. Hurflcld, Cecil Barber, J A. ):
and horticultural exhibit to Interview: applicants for; O. Wltiera., Brown and David Light who ,*nnounctd '
Prize totaling |I S V 'will be the building-plumbing Inspection Zone Chairman Walter Cook. their forthcoming reaig II'

offered for exhibit In 14 division, A replacement value of almost BUILDINGSAdvertising post and to report back to the. Brunstetter Past Dlatrlct Governor Rosen I Government buying of Irlih LOCAL MAN DIES nation at a meeting with a I
Mr. Heinlein "11. They art: live balf.a.mllllon'dollira wa..t.on council. Applications have already and Chat Pratt, potatoes began hen Tuesday at cltlrejis committee Monday l night ;
ktock beet been filed by W S. McCoy, Harry I past president of the club. The fifth commissioner M. C
and dairy Cattl and the city light and water' .' ;
dairy goats; agriculture and horticulture IptjntMonday C Reely, Max O Peabody, Jn, I. a support print of $120 per nun AS HEART FAILS$ I J,...., minority member supported *
night by Consulting
.-H club, schools! garden -' ajn for bid Joe Boyer, Thoa. Howard Seat, drodwtlghi, ,Growers: who with to by the" cltlaemT committeein
club, women'l department glneer Wm Sydow In an estimate on construction , Ceo Crunwtll and Blake Steven- JOHN 1L HALE ,, qualify are advised ,to contac UNDER F.B.I. OUIZ the fight tor "removal\ of City

of domestic science: fend borne industry , requested by the council for toe. of new cafetorlums, eon Administrative Officer L A. Little , Manager Marvin' Monger, told the

H* handicraft and art vocational tor Insurance purposes (combination cafeteria and audi Based on the present' tat of( HEADS DRIVE at the office of County Awry Leader Enterprise. yesterday reports > f "
agriculture, modal airplanes Total cost of the building and torium) at Homestead and Bed construction, half a million dol Gus H Steffanl Wm. J Hardley of Homestead that his resignation! might :
open poultry, 4-H club the equipment was set by MrBydow land school will be authorised Lara worth of building was predicted . died of a heart attack In Miami also be tendered. ware erroneous.
poultry and rabbit ''ahow.Classe I at $485,000, baaed on **U. In about two weeks the county for the summer months FOR RED CROSS Potato grades eligible for'1.1- Wednesday while being questioned "I atn on the other tide of the, 1
for "'hlcb'rLIN are, mates by the,American! Loco .- school board decided: Tuesday.W by Councilman Wm. Muatelwhlte. eral purchase: are government In the F U. L offices on fence," tit pointed out,

offered In the agricultural and live Co. from,whom moat of f the R. Bird of Homestead, county Permit war approved Monday' inspected \), S. No. I, A and' B I charge Of bankruptcy>> violation Even It the citUen ot,"'rtlneI'
I horticultural division, which Mr.1 equipment was '''bought, 'and ftR school trustee, told the Leader night for construction estimated! John Hale of Homestead has aima.andtS ro..ff>< :'Mr? Narr IIt'anct4' $ ,Leona 5trrandsr tbell'lragp: ,
Helnleln heads, are: sugar cane: ,, Harrison, building(Contractor yesterday that no definite time: at ,$40.441. and. application tor been appointed South psdscrair1) 1 4.\ Ii\II; '

< "n", sorghum IrI'h..Pot tt)otI, Iweel I ler 1bt.MtrjMntv* a +Hmi has b4erpee41se'..(MMligMHitnicllon .. prtmNMal"ml1e-! np -'M,1, .JIIQ 'tm ''lll"i1.t" .. Mdl
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.:+ iltlgtil4iiv" Tr1.td. boat feet ija.-
; 11'JtIbJproducts : &the building'Wta'eM at ,, thtlt' It' might be # KonUfU.wtier: thy'arpchi. Yter! hppseei ,
citrus fruit*, guavi* 140,000 'and for the machinery I possible to start Work this aum Permit were granted toi Maxim : Local chairmen poInW' I Corporation, who canoe' hriW with cancelling property T and Ulsaolittlen: U mad, *. HJ
papayas,, bananas,, loquata, ptneJ and equipment at 1345,000. mer: Albert, 111,100 CBS residence Mr Hale areMa: |. Rutledg supervise buyingBy assets from creditor after Mr.Harrlley The tint order bl business at 'hi
apple, tnwberrle and coconut Ai an economy measure, the In Loveland Industrial Addition; Smith, Florida City* Walter Weiss, Wednesday night!, five ran) on July 28 filed a vulun the commission meeting Monday I
Mr Heinlein head the garden council voted not to renew the Ceo. Smith, $10,000 CBS real- Homestead division of businessand of No. ri had been bought at the tarp petition In bankruptcy night was acceptance of the city l

club: and floriculture department, windstorm Insurance on the machinery RUN-OBE dence, Allamanda Park; Henry Industry; A. F, Arthur, Federal aupporl pries tot shipment northward Asset of 111): and debt of $13,S90 manager's nslgnalloo which
and County Agent f C H. Steffanl!, : and equipment Both Prldgen, IB,000 residence, Ponce Highway; Mrs. Robert Tyre, school by rail for use In the federal war listed In the petition by MrHardley .' Mungrr had offered following\
the, livestock department windstorm and fire Insurance will de Leon; Buddy Robert, ".000 Perrlne; and Mrs Ceo Batchellor, lunch program institution operator of a general 1 charge filed by the clUsen committee -
Premium book and entry be continued on the building IS CAPTUREDBY commercial building, Nelson Addition KendalL Other key appointment *, eta Buying. for abort hauls store In Monlda Mont? and of in last week.
bY truck h.. .
blank may be obtained from Mr. The council was asked flatly ; and Ronald Orooker, four will be made Immediately. was:; market irim v..l..MvA ; insurance and real citato agency Then Mayor Barfleld announcedthe
E. B. McGarrah at t the Redland by Councilman Carl Anderson STOCKDALE II000 CBS house, negro section Churches of the area will deiIgnate from sagging resulting I In Lima, Mont. completely unexpected real*-
District Chamber of Commerce whether It Intended to enforce Denied aa not maturing up to Sunday a* Red Cross Sunday old a' heavy carry-over of the He was charged with turningover nation of the four pro-Mungr
office. the city ordinance prohibiting the the required minimum of 1,207 to promote Vie drive to raise federal potato Crop, necessitated the, I a chattel mortgage on merchandise members of the commission. The

Homestead, Redland and Per- Installation of gasoline tank and Grant Stockdal defeated J. square feet of floor apace, was an South Dade' $9,000 quota, Mr. Bell purchasing program,' Mr., : and deeding real totals city attorney immediately after
sine will be represented by community the operation of bualnessess lath Frtla Gordon 10,857 to 7.B8J Friday application by Dr. C. F. Roblnaon Hale says. says.Committee holdings to Mri. Moran ai serur- ward announced his resignationas .
booth Which will be I residential section. Mr Ander to win the Democratic nomination for a $7,000 CBS residence In Associated with Richard W. member named to Ity for a fictitious loan of 14,200. of now," and later a letter of
planned and operated, respectively son reiterated his charges, mad for state representative, Downer Palma No. 2. Deferred for Fuchs' real estate office, Mr; Hale advise and assist the CCC In the Other charges were that he transferred resignation from Patrolman C X.
by the Woman' Club of ''at a previous meeting, that Earlr. Group I, In Dade County Investigation was C B, Christian- I I. a member of the American I Cox purchase and program are J.i Abniy title to his car to her attar i Butcher: who had been madeacting
Homestead, Redland Community' Gordon" Ii- .,.vlnlaHn- the- hits Stockdale still ha to face M aorta request for permlulon to Legion and Redland District LionsClub Geo, II Cooper of Prince.ton I ah* allegedly\ bought It for $1,800 I city manager, .was foundon
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Church and Perrin Woman's ordinance by operating a truck' Duncan Held, Republican nominee erect a '.,000 CBS dwelling In ; and he I II a deacon of Homestead ,and F. Arthur, Walter Peterson , (Continued on Page Two) the commission chairman:
,Club. South Dad Garden Club log business and having underground I in the formal election Mar, Avocado Park Presbyterian\ Church. D. P. Blake, Jr., of Goulds, --- -- - : desk, where It had gone unnoticed
alto will have a booth, for ,.'hlchIrran.menu gas tank at his residenceat 1 before he can succeed the late and Mr. StctfanU ''In the excitement of early de*

are being made by IIS H W. Fourth it Tie mat State Representative Richard TtJth LESS TIRE velnpmenta. Then, the city clerk: ,
Mr. and Mr*. Frank W. Stlllman. ter' of enforcement wan referred Oelken,, Jr. If elected, 13yearoldStockdal Mrs Natalie Hopper said, "1t ,
,The fair, to be located on the to City Attorney In C Haycockfor will be _the youngest The Castle by the Sea Butcher goes so do J," and the
Miami circus: ground al N. W. study and report to the member of the county delegationnow DEMONSTRATIONOVER epidemic had run, Its court.
Eighth eves and filth it, will feature council composed of Sen R. B Gau- At TUtlada,'. meeting of the

: ten acre of educational tier, Jr. Rep Win C Lantaff and \WEEKENDSimultaneously commission the sol remaining
agricultural and Industrial *x- LADIES' NIGHT SLATED Rep Ceo. S. Oktll. By; SAM BIIANKMAN at frequent point, forming large we were getting nearer to the policeman, Eugene Martin was

hlblll,'Mr. Heinlein **y*. Sponsored In hi* three years of political EDITOR NOTKi: (MI abMl_. squares like city blocks On both sea, and that the ditches by thlro.dtdl made temporary city: manager,
by Mahl Temple Shrine of Musical selections will be pre. experience Stockdale aerved ai h 11I_,.... wMAr.N.. pole .... .. sides of the road were citrus were becoming: canal with the dli- and MM. R. S. Tyre was appoint
Miami, the lair will have a* It* anted at the ladles1 night program top campaign/ aids and then administrative Ilib..e..d.e wlmn/ r:w<..e..tM< tk<" Tim I. N.M.d Me l.I groves with perfectly spaced Frankly, I do not admire swampsor closure: In Miami that the nsw ed temporary city clerk.
theme "Know South florida" of the Florida City Klwanla assistant to Congressman Cut of tar MtoUMIna-., tho r..W
I Club at 710: this evening In the Geo. A. Smklhers, and was Thah win. d Neu.n.l hie .h..h.Pend. 'f N. P-seas. fruit The colon varied as our lead to a lonely fishing dock In Goodrich I Ia now available to Mayor Barfleld and Commission
SCHOOL Parkway As arranged by Chairmen defeated for the county commit- s'ulk'......1041._ ... ......... M. lho fu.ra car speeded by. The rows of the bay, but It was dangerous to the public for the first time In era Brown, Barber and Light were
BOARD Wtllard Severy, the program clod In 18.8 by Preston B. Bird .W ha ..f, hr.1..4_s. hh.Yne fur grapefruit' and oranges were lightyellow turn around on the narrow space, this area, the local Teases *ta- mad In conjunction with., I'' request e
will include selections by Mr. and He I II president of the Universityof lemon and lime I wen t so we hid to go forward W* were lions of R. H Don on N Krom that all "wild lands" or "
BUYING LOT FOR Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, Mrs Lloyd Miami alumni I association anda I found a medieval castle, built somewhat mingled with four mile from the end when amen and (Sam C King on S Krom farm land owned by them and 'l
Delta and Mi**** Anita and Phylll past president of the Miami by e dying man. But let me tell while the tangarlne were a flagged u* down. announce that they are ready by City Attorney Brute Bartlald, '
DelU. Junior Chamber of Commerce you how I found It rung gold literally reen'l "Why, It* Mr. Joiner from to tell them Immediately. These son Of the mayor, b* excluded
NEGRO LIBRARY Fishing was the favorite topic the aunahln. ( Homestead," said Mrs. Lowry.We two Texaco stations hiv the from the city limit. Mayor Bar
of conversation: In Southern Pine. W* continued Southward stopped and he walked new tubeless tin in stock, ready I field addressed the citizens' committee -
At the Photoperiodism Explained at Meeting\ Every car that' stood by traileror now entered the avocado orchard to ua. up for Inspection. of which Walker FowlerIs
request of the local
cabin waa equipped with rod of Jlately. tree of medium "Are A special public demonstration chairman and F.
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height you 'In trouble, air" I "Spud"Walker
Boroptlmlit school board club has, the Dd County' In South Dade Garden Club Center and tackle. At nightfall, the tour- with dark green waxy foliage sated of the mounting of the tubeless I J. I leading member, from f,

purchase: of lot for approved establishment the lat, who cam from many states, "I would like to *e* some vegetable "No, I just wondered If you tire will be held Saturday Fib, a prepared ataument. In part aifollows1
a were Jolly and friendly Flan and field," 1 said to Mr* folk ever lw a large erocodll J8, at I p. m. at the R. H. Don : u
of I library for the colored ...1- Dr. Taylor R Alexander of the: Numerous article were contributed fish stories were freely given and Lowry. la his native horn." ar. Son Texaco Station on N. "Gentlemen! A* I, understand

dent:Xrome of service Homestead chairman Mrs. W. J I botany department of the University to the center kitchenby takes My wife end I, who had "All fight" she replied. "Whenwe H* put his finger to his Up asa Krom av*. and on Sunday at S the position of you ala gentlemenof

at luncheon, announced of Miami spoke to a South I these who attended. never caught: a fish before, were pats Florida City\ the will mark for lllenc when h* pulled p. m. at the Sam C King Texaco the cltiMns commute. *, you
meeting of the Monday club. Tb lot 'Dade Garden dub ,audlene *f Plant given. a* door prize were all absorbed by the fascinatingtales be I fork In the rat Take the the branches ,apart to show u* a Station on S. Krome av*. The purport to .represent the people
_which the service selected TO Monday night on photopertod- won by Mr* B.A. Tlbbit and of the teeming creatures: road to the left. It I* a action hug reptile cst the other side! public I* cordially: Invited. a* their spokesmen at commission: 41
group Mrs Louis .
Buchaa. that lived In the tropical w.tere.and Anticipating "heavy demand '
of highway that was abandoned of the canal a meeting Mr, Brown Mr. Light
'as desirable, adjoins the. grounds'of lam the effect of the duration of Mrs. Ja*. MeCrcexly Mrs. Joel
the colored school ; when Mrs. Lowry suggestedthat when'the present road was "My, but h* I II large I aid (Continued on Page Six) I (Continued on Page Two)
light on the flowering and fruitIng J. Robinson, Mri Ernest Francis w* join her on a fishing
built the old railroad bed. Wean "H mutt be
on feet
eight
A* County Trustee W R. Bird: of and Mr. Lee Freed, hostess, lone""He !
who. I* giving hi* personal sites plant trip w* gladly acceptedThe travel sixteen mile on this I ia longer than that replied I
This served cookie and coca cola. Art Federation Circuit
new approach to plant Lowry bad been here Show Brings
lion to the matter, report that a old road, and part of the way Mr. Joiner
portable school building! II I motavailable behavior had It* beginning In I line early fall, and now, the will be through green field." "I* h* dangerous?" liked my II
1118, he old and research: aloe middle of January, Many\ Prize-Winning
at the present Urn,"aid were considered We turned at the fork and a* wife Paintings Here I
that dm ha reaII1\a4'Jn collection TOMATO CROPNEARINGPEAK a* native because I "
Mr*. Krome, temporary quarter they far a* the eye could ae* there _No,_ not'unles_ someone dla-
of data that permit a corn.Iarcla1 'were familiar with all I
:mutt b* found to hoot the b-' Wring I were planted field of tomatoes, curbs Him. Besides, n* I II sound The Florida Federation of Art year, but no local
of flower, for Instance places member has
grower to Key West that
up protruded I potato, aquash, cauliflower, asleep In the sunihlne."
ginning of the library Clearing'
to produce bloom on the one hundred and fifty Circuit chow to be placed on exhibit taken part In the elate contest iheMid.
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bean cabbage Annette
could commerc at one*." cucumbers: C'Dta-: the little daughter' of .
Mr*. Fred Suber provided a very day he desire. mile Into the sea loupe and many other vegetable Mr*. Lowry, was thrilled by the 'In the Bird Chevrolet showroom
'program on the far reaching effect Plant, h* said, are divided Into PIDLUPS' SAYS It we early one morning when *. that fin American table spectacle and, did not hear Mr. Monday contain 11 picture desire Any painter to In the district who
three 1J'OIIpe-th0ll that mature w* started.\ Th blue exhibit la Invited to do
sky was light
that good book have on children. during the winter month A few Joiner's warning not to disturb awarded tint prize In different
under short day those that mature studded with cloud: that looked plane were flying overhead, the sleeping crocodll: She so-provided the work ha not
was classification at this
under long days, and thou Tb peak of the tomato crop\ I II like whit puff of cmok Close dusting or spraying the greenfield eager to e4 It move and she year convention been exhibited here before. i
Hospital AuxiliaryTo announce Mr* Ralph H.
net Influenced by the length of and* to the horizon the cloud The public It invited\ to the art
sees this week next by Mar- were with Insertlcide.' threw a rock at It In (a Instant Don, president Homestead
Meet in City HaD the day. Moet tropical plant are pink and gray. They resembled of Art show, which will bet all week.
We had
travelled about five the
ketmaater C & Phillips who reports giant slid Into till canal anddluppe.recI Club which has brought the ahow All .
plied day plants, he explained, and the peak of a mountain chain at mile when interested persona are In*
w* cam to the end
to I tile water
Th newly-formed James Archer SUM field boxes sold for to Homestead. Betides this It contain rill also tQ
moat tnt
commercial: : plant are long sunrise The sun was balmy, the of the cultivated fields, and the "Jo'0t6 reckon he will get dub' metUnl'1D
Smith Hospital will 1114,10441 within .. on eleven painting awarded the Bird ,
Auxiliary day plantsThis the pufly. temperature was In the seventies marshes apparel Then WII no this reextf asked wife Chevrolet building Moo-
vets on a constitution and bylaws field of knowledge teaches day auction period at Florida City\ and It felt good to be alive It was traffic on the road which was -No," 1 assured my her, "and even honorable other mention and numerous day evening it I when Frank Iti.moldy *
at It* meeting In the city when to fertilize a* well a* when, State Farmers Market The high hard for one to Imagine that getting narrower all the Urn*. Th If be would try to crawl on tIM Fifty-dollar award were professor of landscape
for
given the best
l council: room at I o'clock tonight\ to and curtail portrait and architecture at
plant how U the
price wee tUG and the average somewhere not far off there was Australian pine and other tropIcal read, we could get out of his way the best Florida the University ot
,/ h'auxflusti we formed to daylight or supplement !U with landscape: the Miami, will give
price, $!11.fannan Ice and enow and omeao was h plant were encroaching on fast enough" a feu on hornet
Vj.lv needed help to th* city\ artificial fight b* said.,. i end barr are wed cold at that very moment the busy highway There ware "Crawlr exclaimed Mr. Joiner, explained, and $39 savings! bdndawere ground and MO fam! au* 10
2 .owned hospital which: I* operatedby ,, Announcement was mad that by Kt.jI'bIWpl. to meet at the The 'land In front of us wee lUll traces of land In th* distance, why that thing can: run ,like other the cUtaea.prix** la moet of the (Illustrate ,* *.* be wtaIIee to bring-
\ I !hospital board oa a nonprofit the Mar. T meeting will be omitted market at 11 o'clock or not later perfectly level and smooth. Paved but,through' the thick growth on horse! Barre: out. A IJICItIa1 IntitottoQ ha been

bola .. .: because of the county tali. than noon Saturday. ;. road ,Mere crossing Our highway the houldars.-w could ***) CUt (Continued on Pan Two) af have MW of painting the Homestead to exhibit group this member liven to fc. B..I Garden Clu- !

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T6LeaderEnterprise' I UIIUllIHlUllltIttIIlfllllllllltlHl1IIII CASTLE BY Tlf EWe 'SEl; with white foam.We aad made four-tone highway a.. or ail' yean from now in
were now on Key Largo /and I .tart to en tM Seaboard east aide feet, many property owann will
(C .N' peep troieed Lake KurprlneKir FROM OUR MAIL\ BOX m*. gladly give righta of way It the
20 Years .......... ,... .,. ..... hi the lergeat Intkla M tN .. fb li etejted .w andlgVef highway department really mean .
MM In Inc Agonmrmnnmmmmmnnumllumnn agar.. gala'.. ail """'" gr.H|> of fclaattta that sr.eonuclad we *.."..*. it *."' colt Isninesr.
ky the OvaweMV "11II' ; ; I IFAltor.LeederJt.n..I. .leal that buM wM. It "I l COlt W. W. FENTRBSS.HIALEAH'S .
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were watthH fatherIffirtM f t stjl.n HIGHWAYS!
v ; NEEDED
-a :PuMbM. H iMc..ii I'*14 Uw X.(Mil W. Third 14. f "'.fir, and my wife..* naval.y whMi bas. tewla and the to the United Mba, State arlRi i./ -
t I'nUUklM' f CHUM*. emphatic when ahe aaM, "81""' ..: tor and follow the Seaboard
"Man Gwendolyn Miner candidate let'i get away front here," "I v aouthemmoal airHwt' at try tracks: to Klugi highway north. I
Wtet The Island It shear thlrt, + le.t rMMNI
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....pgN,. 'a Eaaw"A. 'llMm. of the Homestead Wont Club ItrJi ; west Hooweuad then
.. .t Wbao v. rtturoM to hi Iwo nlUi.. long Md vartet In H Uk'u.:1:
.,""'*. "'AOII A n.rl: Jf at choien queen of the RedlandnU In the road we turned aoutfc M w4W from t one to four canes It '. -. .;;;; tbp1a aouthweat aliagoMl,
gdlwrRdlr !r rlc| fruit Fettlyal. ." Uu main JUghwu. tot IMSM 4liki eurvee aattthw M4the nd tfc4.dMUBt angen to life Ingraham highway, fint west' of
am PftllLLL... Srrle ClltIIOlC "1'11'1prtr.H in the RedlandDlntrlct tame, the toad was lined with Florida Bay and butt water on and 4emagee ."' arr caused by the MHHhMM eei.er el ..... 1, ,
rntlt Fetllval tomatt royal pddld ihd fU>wertn| afcrvM. the north aide, and the Atlantic his narrqw road. 58-M. :
.nlmON aATuI parking ant box making rnnteltl Here and there were -fuir, *>f This read will nuke murk. more ,
h ooIo e.o"I _. "MI ... Ocean on the south aide. In 1 lea than 3d yean Dade '
l e lb'lv.rl'l' ea National
I ". were won .respectively by Arthur coconut and daU pelm. |Urrmindltkf (To Be Continued) county bj 11'00JO.oot I
I 0.-110.'"r::.*,ii.ii':_, ;I., MMCn ..., ,lea l, ftovla. who wr,peal tad parked krlfhUf. ,lotd koiv i over mMMH-twenljr; |\ grown' ( fold. Then to I Park of realdenta, ai well tod M aerve thoyaande retU ./ .
I.MO catered Iv.rlaVle. potential "
tom.toeaQ\ 41 minutfi" awl Aa we IN "
>...., M mini .... Mil r M.t Pete, Morgan, who hand..,.lled National Park ... inaagrovtfwtwp TERRINE WILL VOTK: If rarfWr JU& lpe I Ificreaae) denlrable JJI area. for dents of the territory triveraed.Plahi .
n p.ea.MMM It 4, tt.N* .. mi.Monday . .Each was awarded an C..I..... viterwl( ton* (tying (Continued from Page One) : ., the U. S. No. | lgnwaybut they World Famous
,.-tnt sliver trophy cup with overhead wlilU other/floatlbg Mr. Barber, the city attorney and I Triree are very dew and -r.takl three e i.
Jack Dempsey aerving ai muter gracefully on the danclnl waters, I have ilnce Saturday meeting, new roads are badly or four )..n'to complete.
Evening I of ceremonies. for the presentations were on the. loolMUt Mr IOme.of each regretfully eonaldeiVl the needed for now. The greatest teases Alao plan are under way to FLAMINGO DAY
Fanta8)1 a luper hla"w"-flot teathan
:
their favorite fish There wertitlll ;
Br ANIle MiyhfWMonday unfortunate Situation In Perrine four lane..lllong the east Improve the old Cuter highway,
"Mr. and Mrs Jtl'l y Murray announce other gcMipf W many hun today, and since the people Indicated aide of the Some talk le baked of Improving _
.nlghta" li fun to pretend. the birth of a daughter deeds Handing 'In iMItowto paned Saturday that they Seaboard crackle Ilili Krome ave north to the Tamiami
were
1tII' t about me gluten 1 on Feb. 18. .' i"Burrell king rows, lormbig solid whltfllnea. tflaaatlaffed. with the city, Iti government in road Miami should start. at Flagler'iL' Trail and extending this northto I ,*. .w.
(or north
of
even Fag]
The >
evening 4reaM nd /Jewelry' Joiner left ; for \ ,, the majority of the meet the Okcecbobee/ road .
of dlatant friend who Iliten I Lake City ." mil travailed II I- March
for Iwecty wi conmilaalon.. the dty attorney about at the Droward line. Thursday 3
Along with me While artlili. great "Fax Movletonee recently mde through the awMnp*. tod thei' > and I\lbeltnlllll1 everything else City Attorney Barfleld Inter All theie rods are badly needed ,
.In a wild entaiy at Sound I BOO feet of talking pictures et H. the lend dlMpeeered. W* win itwut the city, we hive the fol I rupted: hOwl? Let the alate road depart I i\(
,
r ui'" forth their souls In their W, Johnston at his tropical experiment out of the continent, and were 04 lowing proportion to make to the "Mr. leases, you are. a liar. ment and the county commiailon. w
melodies grove In Homeiteid. ," the Overeaaa Highway" till I Ud 14 elU_' eommlttee; I ;"You're mother," Jenee replied ere get buy at once e*) the Cutler\
Father romantic or profound. I Mrs Preitm B. PIN entertained the K.,.. Oa U>. fait waa Bent "Wt are each land owner of and started toward the road and aa lOOn aa this.la widened I
b the Monday Bridge Club," Sound calm and ameotb, aiI the city of Perrine, Certain I younger" man. Policeman Butcher
which win my wiriti\ heaven.! "Mri.\ John Grave of Miami la floor On the welt or fight ildiof shies owned by some of us prop.are. intervened end waved the (rpm HARDLEY-NO: ICED i
ward r vlfltlng her parent, Mr. and Mr.*. our ,road WM Blackwatef la the downtown action mieiloner bank te his chair.CommiMloner .
Above the bleakness of/ (the day, Dexter Smith. .." Sound. angry choppy.and rlm< properties owned by; Nrl.1nothe certain Brown moved to (Continued; \ fftm Pig: One Flamingo Parade; i
And the lonelineu and 01 ua are wild land, or are at the I adjourn-"and a motion to adjourn Mr. Hartley died IS mlnutei
Far the moment fade away, 'h"l extremities. of the city, or In outlying la not debatable," he before he wan to be arraignedwith
And sometimes the 'Tin- . pointed out. Thus ended the Mra. Moran
memory tlona. We propose, with before United ; once
len I the cooperation of the -cltlzene1 meeting.A Slates Com nMloi! r Roger Edward i j. Birds! re paraded only i
He half forgotten, tweet perfume Miami committee and the ensuing com I citiaena meeting which the Davis After the arraignment '
Awning-Type! minion, to peacefully withdraw committee headed by Mr. Footer Mra, Moran was placed *. :' :i. ; 'i year ,t
That takes you back In memory . our outlying-landi, or those and Mr Walker were to reportrciulta under $1,800 bond, which she ,
Tee torn old familiar room. lands on the extremltlrt. of the of Mondl)'! development,, posted at the federal building. MM"
city, from the jurisdiction of the was In progress luA night at the Mr. ftirdley, who had bought ; 'iV t I'
tit). Porcine Community HOUM. a home at tot N, W. Tenth it, } i .;.k.. ., < fl'" v '
WindowNo "If the present cltlteni' corn The land which the four corn wit employed ky Homeitead Cat ; ,t' "+ 1
I mlttee' and such members of it ai mluloneri and the cty| attorney Company, .
may be alerted to the with leiied from the city wouldbe Funeral arrangementa were not : .
nI W,41 "'.lCatI SOU'TtoIII I I enaulng : : Stakes
MII AN CITY v4A{ ,, eommlaaton will co-operate with roughly, a little lees than half completed at Ira time, I but the Flamingo
IIUI.\N EV6R PAY ui In this reipect we will all the Incorporated area a* outlined body wjll be cremated and private
"t"/ / maintenance cost- rust I forthwith tender our resignation In the charter, It was IBid aervlcea held. It la requested that '
no now, said resignations by throe concerned flowera.\ be emitted :
to
/ fictive be e' : : The Kentucky Derby of t the; 1
ANiWGf!: on the day that the land
eAA'Z'Plli.R"'" no painting. .' ; the description of which I have I ', d" South r rI rI rf
I here la by decree of court end
.. I Icglalative enactment I, l lf
removed
i:.r-'':rwedR&" ///01 When open provides awning shelter, from of from Perrine.the jurlldl/ ." tlon of the city Home Cantiers% t

,, ..d"W:: lip rain rerrlne'a charter under the city t I

I Aluminum Frame and Aluminum Screen. adopted munoger by form vote of government of the citizens wan I j'
TOP J"J last October Don't wait too late to do -
,
but It mint be aub- your canning. Get
,ltTI'iTi'r.r.tIALSf; I Only window that did'not admit rain. duriiff* petted to the IMg legidatiire for
hurricane ipproval Mayor Barfleld aRid this season's tomatoes and bean while they I
Yields
i that exclusion of the tends men Higher

?Hw r4 Opens SO degrees provides full nntlla'' on. ,I the Pureed time In tie an amandmenVflledSH charter to the J arc still top quality. We'havewhat, ,'you, need I II
goee
All glass washable! from Iniide. -eaaljj revplaced. legislature would be lea expensive in equipment and supplies. i
I for the city than If the lands Higher tomato' yields combined ,
Phone i.f I ire Included In the adopted charter ,. .' I with excellent control of Late
.. Modernizes new building and old buUdlnyiIf > and later taken out by their I Blight }fs making''Parzate' Liquid
i owners" in quo warranta proceed' .
I t U""'' <' .I & .. _'* Fungicide favorite with
.. n.: : \ < Ingi<< in court. -j A f '.J.-\ Cans a many
I "oTIr1l'r JlklltrifeWY nsrit{ ',. ,: I, i" ...(" ,.' " ;Atlil i ._.Its #Mr,;rt WICL1\JJi41.M't ".""" ;".7.! 'f.,'A-ff'' 'v,. Ar yt ".,""tt.11 t"'JI'" successful growers,
,........t b rheaw. IN ray 'lf" .If, 'slog' i , :Walker, speaking Ue) tIUIltJloetIl'lIUH Ii u'1' ; ,
"
.II ear hllo- ; . ' laid Parzate sprayed potatoes "
liAlr CotMr, 1, h yet prefer Cement Wadewi!' M } they were against 1 Can SealersPressure '
PI.ridvrgI
,.1. .t Pn5Ih. o... A. : 't:1 !gone of the operitioni of the city I healthy and thrifty
a.l 1.4 old kid." government, not againat th* comnilaalon. II
eplt.la.. '.IM vU., at It ." VrI.'k 4.11.as Alt-Lito Aluminum ccU'lri'iJI .. I Field Service Representatives will
I""" M t't '"f ; '
/ M.r.bN.tw '"I have been In Perrine nearjy/ Cookers gladly, .. help you with your disease
l<* I HIM, e. IkmlM' Parks ....... : 40 said Fowler.
Kl.o, .. II "" _kill M awes" Stan MI" Windows 1I 'I"I "Ai chair' arid insect problems
h,4: roan committee
A.erdly M PIN I hay
I.k.t/.t '
a.. Btort. I. n..t.e1'Pwk, l a 0..UK I Ih tried to be fair to both aides' No Can Tongs Fmaje-Liquid, Wettable or Dust formulationsavailaUe
eli;tof I* To.Mhl, | sett. 4 M matter who la In, there It goingo .i I .- tor immediate delivery,
y.r II.t.. tr, '.ooNI.. Ie Put lS.t If' a' w. c. BASS & SONS be CTltlclim." J, ..... m.M h g.ar..tee4 tt% artlte bkgree> ...
I., t has. N |. ft Mirk .. ". .1.... :! The four membera of the commlialon .
Curl ......... I. P-IIN I/ n.lla however, said they had I i'rro MATioM AND) IMMEDIATE DEUTCRT act. :
M P. '
lIw.k 11
Slit Paid. II It N N."L N.P. Aa.Mite M ExrlmUe Dealer l Ia u._.... ', ha4 enough. They "Just wanted .
IL.Ll4tIIIlMIIAN: /to get I :I. ;;0; R. W. Drown & Company ..

'aMr lies rlrk:':at t.117'.. 1'aNe"ntyYe co--.rt Epmore Dr. & Newton Rd. Pruaente M-4' ot) the.,ouL"I I. Kilgore Seed Co. "; ONdbo-rhoxa 4IA. Sentli Mlawk-rbeae IU7IGUde

tCl..ult e..ot, ..."."".'I. c",4. .. t Bex UI : I tweet .1 and Grove Supply Company )
.. .. trek I. II. II, '1. gun I Cltlaeni I ''
i repreaentatlona carried to'them S. Fiagler Ave Homestead Phone 1llieebertla U.

.... by one, Mr.member JeaMe.Commiiaioner. of the commituon 63.1 Collins Feed lit; Supply Company
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Jetiee dented any x..RINStFROE,.
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'. mUrepreaeotatioQ and MId his allaad 11, na.-n_ ,..ImI
actlona were In defense of the
: people1 Intereit At one point --
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Why Worry : .

, UAMas COLISEUMFeb.

ABOUT YOURFertilizer '" : I Mites. 15 IJV thru: 23 ( New Hudson Super-Six with

f Mat Sat. sun LIP:

ta tee. yo. ka.e till New Hudm-4lM W-Uflt eat
; Problems? coAT OF 115 t hlghwtmprestibA engine I wlu ejataeukg bead I'OOJII.a'" the roe"'ihwt. enta!. any
Mea-Beedw. e4 itufaHnolMle, a-.. k la the ealy cu
r-tlaU1 -tit JO'I'lIlbIak i"1 't jilt pea nth. Uw '.:Uo-down": d.."'.-a Utrtlli",. ear with
''j .1paldl ; d-pew,111 bot.high a.prw. modele fed ..lqw M-
awn HupeivrUi.=gete away(a / aeoonda,oarriea .. "
you along with effortlm e. ae| ONLY $2375.12"
),'". And when you cradle thla mat new engine h a beMitifully .
atnwmlined car that teaDy tmgt the road you
t Try Reliable have abnag tbe.livelier I wnootb t, aaNH way of |otef' you OCUVIIEO HEM PUUY lOUtPftDU

't 4 ** WAT1 WUVWV OM loJrt..MQHU '

"Redland 1 Brand Fertftzers1'"MANUFACTURED I




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All Popular Mixes on Hand , .. A1 .

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Any Amount Organic Deslrtd. ,. -

Special Mixes on Request (one-ton lots only) ,

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last eats NewHM -
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Florida East 'Coast Fertilizer, Co. rrln IM S.IM.B. tu.lint >11.a.Mine sl 8m. ..r.. yridk tiJrM..e.drlr, LY/w.etwtlrw Ml/ewaYlMAd/ a

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Piae.lt. 16:. a y efWWk.y eftei llrMf'ClIf' ; IttfT. .......... /lJ/-h1.N-Etl MAT. BATUUMY wa-I Gas,1rpsi ehh* W. eP.J 1WWWWiflWW......pi psi d1. l.dlrl N Nadal. eydpad. ,

Mail erases accepted sat( '
retum avclape THURM.AH: 'MOTORSPage ,. 'i.

, 'j 1 . . idietlla wIM raaMtwa.ed tlenkmd Give twetat I .... Visitor! Ave. ........' : 7htM 0. t. .!
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. :' FrIcJa y, February 25, 1949 JI HEl'lE' LEADSR-BNTBRPRIIE, ) ; ._ ._?' .,.riD, ThrM


lDII' 10 100, SIGN CROP I Mrs.Dies Malcolm in Daytona D. Jones Beach DAVID CARNEGIE "f'

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4.wr IJCME PLEDGES \VITIICROVERS' mother Mr*. of Malcolm Mra. t D.B. JOB Btaekfcuni**. M, RITES SATURDAY FOR SALE t\, \


\ and T R Jones of Homerteai. ,. ,.... .w
GROUP died Monday at her home in Dayton David CaraeaM -
Beach after long lltnet veteran of the Spantah-Amerleu
a
Mora than one hundred grower funeral aervloM wtre held Wednesday War, died Feb. 17 after a brief
here signed crop agreement computing afternoon in Pint Preibyterian Dine at bit bane In Florida city
their fruit to tile aale Church in Daytona. and was burled with military Most Central Business Site
program of the Florida Tropical Mr*. Jones had WIlted her rile Saturday' 'Tn Miami City.
Fruit Grower Aiaoclation. Preal-' frequently at the Blackburn and Cemetery ChrUtUtt Selene aer.vc :
dent Julius L.Plern told aaaocla-: the Jones hornet, war held, In Turner chapelA ,
Uon member. at .a meeting Mon-' Mr*. Jones leave: three eona native of New York Mr '
dry night in Redlind School auditorium Col M D. Jones, Jr, of Arllng. Carnegie I had mad hit home In I
is' ton, Va. Hamilton M. Jones of Florida City tot the art liveyean.
Ta expedite t the program, Mr. Miami and T. R. Jones of Homestead H* leave bit wife, Edna;
Pierce urged each grower preterit ; three daughter, Mr. T. D. two tonI, David of Bloonntleld,;
to bring a new member to the Murphy of Daytona Beach Mr, N.J., and Arnold of Union N. J; Available in Homestead
next meeting to be held withinto Wm. Gotcher of CUrludale Mln, and a brother, J. J. Carnegie of \

week and Mr* Blackburn of Home- Miami. .
Aim of the program are eitabliihment iteid; and ten grandchildren. .
of a central diet I fighters from Miami Naval Air \
agency, alimlnctlon of toni n- ;"
Station, from which tfca. training J' .
tnent Ihlpplng atandardltatlon of RALPH DESMOND night took off, a B-ta torn MIC- : .I.IQ I
( package, raise promotion, and DiU Field, 'and a patrol' bomber al' .
Illeh itabliihment of picking ached- and two surface veaaela from the ;
gel Ula*. TAKEN BY DEATHRalph U. 8 Coast Guard Lot 3 Legion Park t w
s.
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Lt Str.dl,,'* plane was not ;tl
ill ; F. IL MCCONNELL O Deimond, Florida seen to crash, but one of the . )' '. " 11 ." t ".:: : :j Yf .

City resident for 1} year, died other pilot on the night thoughthe ;,' ': ', 4 ;:;r, :oJ, ,t.,'
unexpectedly Feb. 12 in Columbus sawj parachute falling ' .
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Ii' UNI 'BURIED MONDAY 0.. at the horn of his IOn, through the cloud to the teL -

'i\' tor the Rev of ,Plymouth Oviatt E. Congregational Deimond, pai- I : > :' ; .: : ,: .,,, :. : ,' -t, ,, --.1 t ,
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Henderion McConnell of ; '
"nu'hll Jtomeiteld Frank n, died Saturday In Church Mr. Deimond had made ,. :. : ,.1 ,f . ., ,, ,, i' e+t.lr 'w' ), d /
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his home In Columbus since the Brooks Inc. I \1' ' / a'Dh; i' '
u a Miami hotptUL The Rev Paul I '
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death of Mr last ,
L, ; Manning of Sacred Hearti.tholid Deimond July , BunTON'S I' ,. "' w.DlionNE : : : -UyS. : yNDEPT.'STOREr
Funeral services were held In .
"m'IhAtr,I Church conducted fu- t ' : ..1.-.1"! L. dI
North Haven (Conn.) Congresa- .
( ) .ral Cervices Monday afternoon I . CO, . I , r rw
,4'
tlonal Church of which Mr t'ksmood .
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'''T' Turner Chapel, and burial took ; : ' I ', b'i
had been a member for 87 : :. : ,
mllrt place In Palm Cemetery at Na- .
year He wa born in Danbury, '. ... .. fl' '. t t
naiL Oldest Completely
.It : lit McConnell was a retired Conn., July 12 1172 I :M o. w n" y > :.8 j T n E E T '
In addition to the Rev" Ovlatt . .
ICM'rAta axcountint. He and his wife Equipped GroseCaretakers
/ Catherine, who survives him E. Deimond, Mr. Deimond leaves I \I : '/ ,.. si ..v w.. lm*. r..
two other 1011I. Dr. Waldo I
r .i stray1 /
i *' have :made their home here ,for ,
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tteimond of Newton, Conn, ,FIRST / 1 t.i : '
.. . 1"1 :1:1:11 h
4 II' til?* past eight years Ralph M Deimond of I NAT'L c1' .
BANK 1/.4h.Y.
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Haven, and a brother, ;
UJor ILLNESS FATALTOCARLII.IIAAS Deimond of North Haven : r,

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Stradley Thought Dead r.' a BOX sirbea Lola a' an I ''I
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After USMCR Air Crash n.aIIOMISTEAD. :l. ReeenU, , . <1\ .I
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"'ulI 'J unerai Mrvlrea for Carl Heln- Second Lt. John Q. StradleyJr : rn' .1Aue4 lor r..n ,2 : .
; q I f, ) rich Hue of Niranja. 47, were of Lakeland i II presumed dead ' ,
tilt held Monday in Sacred Heart after hit USMC Reserve Corsair l :j .. I :
!..dlaa171I, Cafroile Church, followed b) fighter plane crashed Into the tea ; . . '.' . I'
( .. burial In Miami Memorial Park SO mile east of Fort Lauderdale .. Bullding Site :: i s. .. .r 1 e jj'J/
I U, ,1 i Kr, Hail died Friday in a Miami Sunday during gunnery training.Sonof t. \ nl. . ': l :f I I
btwptta) He was an electrician the Rev J. G. Stradley,
,tiqwb/ and had made hi. home in Phil. superintendent of the Lakeland ,
ogles,, l adelphla I before moving to N.. District of the Methodist Church, BEARS SERVICEImmediate I /
VIII *tna. and Mr*. Stradley, the young reservist I
l tees. He leavei: nil wife, Relent) four was born here when his \ .. C ,
rtyui. daughters, Mr* Helen D'Ambroslof father wes pastor of first Methodist Service : Z / . ,
' of Church He student
?!j* Fortfplerce, MlM Elisabeth was a
If TIll II Mural and Misses May and Ruth it Florida Southern College, c W . . .\ ,
.i.::011 of:Naranja$ ; hli parents, Mr and A widespread air and tea Reasonable Prices . 17.52'm' 41v "
) I IiI I II Mr, Cba*. r Hate of Naranja) ; search revealed only bit of
, Milner wreckage too small to Identify
I hl and a (fitter, Mrs Mary
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1..1. ) f. ,Underwood. N. J. Joining in the icarch were other Quality Workmanship

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Who* the well-dreu.d 0 . .

New Yorker will wear PLAN IP DESIRED-
PAT AS YOU DaIVE..WlEcua .
5 monfni from now.,* o

I' 8ERVIOI Nearly 84 feet frontage on Krome Ave. ,
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117 u.-t.N. KTMM. fie Ava.. Ideal for investment.-value certain to jump when builds f

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t florid;I It thePpwvieE ; .1"; . f f : U. S. 1-.both from Miami and the Ky. a* well. as I.
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4 '. '.Taick these *m.ff ForService : '. . i : .'
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1 Pipe tblrr NOMiW'illD'' UUDIIWII' 'IR.... Friday, February 'Si 1M3


OKKWNAL VBfhSfi FHATURBO IN R. R.S. ....... tA. "" 1
r I ....At MRttbMoviea .t'H'M'
rA8tlKJN MIft1)] DATB WITH SPRING"A
of Evfjgladeaftka II
I MB Social Events in South Dade . . tV a. WrV ....Bijti hpIlakueM : ilgtisiV arlsVm
: e*eewl vttMoli. flltMS, "A enJ._ a Me In the Mtmol peril.Ion fr. I. bMey AMtierl
Del with Sprint WM prMMtlM . Serving at taw punts) taM upper *f ... '
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Tuesday by the horn _lea were Mica Mary ........ Miss coal c.kh. .... I?
A -- -- department of Redtend High I Jcntee Lee Mrs GkrakUn Lewis members and friends ot
: ELI>ITJI IIAMMWAND HOWARD CROUSE and an Mhld corsage She and CAROL CORDON WED TO ALlJIJRT I1YRUM School under the direction otMM and Miat JeannetM Oit druteh war preaettt.
I Mr. Cram" are maker their horn I I Warren, msttuctor' .
Alice n -- -- -- -- --
WED SATURDAY IN SILVER.PALM CHURCH hi a trailer' near Mi .pareirit hem IN RITES SUNDAY AT rotKSTON. QA, Mr... Miry DJIIird Nettles school NORTON'
PETERS; IS WORTHY MATRONOF
MRS.
on Silver Palm dr. I librarian, composed! the vcnet forth I
Miss Eldllhot Iis.ploMrryt turn, She" ...'..* t tMntetgntnecklac An Sonet gradual fcf ftMliitd I MIN Carol. Gordon of St. tout, S **:*age of orthlda. show, and Edward Blum I NARANJA CHAPTER OF EASTERN STAR
t Mr and Mrs K*...*C B, U...... and carried a watt Bible high SHtool. the b..... attended and Princeton and Albert Byrlttn. After I honeymoon at While I gsrteh music director played tt>*
ton of South AllipitUh Gardena. topped with two lavender *hldl. ftiendi Boirdlng School In of homestead wan. united Inmarriage : Heron Lodge, the bride and bridegroom accompaniment. Mrs. Norton Peters .wee mad tilt, associate. matron; Norton
became the bride of Howard A. Peach-colored roses formed the Bameivlll, 0., and Wilmington I, are making their hose.temporarily : In a ,brief prologue, Betty Tor.! worthly matron of Naranja Chip- Peters, anoctat patron, Mrs
CTOUM. ton of Mr. and Mr*. Alva Mr..." end the. headpiece of College In Wilmington O. She hat at IS 30 Sunday afternoon with the bridegroom'spatentss. bert set the them. for lln I'tYUeoR01 ter of the Order of the Eastern Lydia Sayan, secretary: Mrt.. Tom
J H CrouM of Silver Palm dr* itT the fl 'h i 0 "r I I. II'"? who wore been. et\loyed by Olid and In FonutoA, da. Miss Mary Mr and Mrs J. R. D;. Sunken, president ot the Star at the election meeting Feb. Chapman treaiurer1 Mrs Arthur
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clock Saturday r.rn" III i an "I",' j".t/JI JII"" < ( man Inatiy Bravo Supply In Katherine Clautcy of St Louis .
if i Gould! Kim, on W. Avocado dr senior class, Wit commentator. 17. W O Talbott wit elected Hemmlngt Conductress: add Miss
Sliver Palm Method!" t C',addle. row fc..1 I MI I1j.1t. la USe and Princeton mild el honor
'tae bnteiroom *M valedlerlejj was .
, I A daughter of Mra. R. J Nolan,, School: belch, (port* and even I worthy patron: Mrt John Dout- Marie flasher, treiturer
the Rev Alfred HC.MCJI, nad wore bfcdptlctM end c raepas ef u r''' ) when he wee and Theodore Orfinedet bf, log garment nude by the glrl
Of Coconut Palm drive, the brio
the vowi. The chancel w.. *.llmlnated > ,lit riW u* and ,din.w ron' *. ,'11 i "' '.''< Rftlland High Homestead Mae beet man j modeled against a tropical
received her education In the StLouie were I
by cathedral lap h..rib buds, ri>dlv4y v ),-wl.t n.. ,
s 'r *d three and I for the memony. the bride I schools. She hat spent tIM background ef palms tend flowers.
while candelabra and decanted Whit chrysanthemums formed hilll seers in the USN Air Forcer wore a gray suit, with matching ;, put several winters In Prlncetoft After the revue, guests, faculty\
with potted palms and irrange- the corsages worn by Mn Himp- during the war and la now amember accessories' and a lavender orchid I I and for two winters hat been employed membert and the youthful anodeU;
t menu of *hlte gladioli ester and ton, In navy with matching accea-I of the firm of Croui cottage Her maid of honor wore' at manager of the Western i Are Meat Prices
snapdragons, wrier, and Mrs. Crouie. In iftui and
Burr a tan wit, brown accessories and .
Union Telegraph office In Gould of
At the Monday night meeting
f' Miss Mrra Jan Bashor tang with whit agceisories.Approximately _u I
"I Love Thee Truly" and "Be. 71 guests were I The bridegroom wu graduated Homeittid Buslnesi and Profess 't
cauie," to piano accompaniment\ registered by Mrs Edith Kirk at E. B. BLACKBURN HOST AT LUNCHEON I from Homestead High School before atonal Women Club Mrs John
played by Miss Marilyn Beth,.. the wedding reception In the serving three years In tile Balf will speak on the recent Going Down :
MlH Helen riUCIbbont, organist church parlort. Th bride table FOR COUNTY EDUCATIONAL( LEADERS I I navy during the war H* Is entployed Inauguration cereraonlei In Wash ,1 g gOF
( played traditional wedding wn centered with a three-tier by W D Horn Co Ingtoa and TalUhasae
: tLth. cake topped with miniature fig E B Blackburn principal of by boy*' eland In agriculture ,?I 11I!
Given In marriage by her father ur of a bridal couple and banked Homestead schools, was host Guests were Jot Hall, county! MISS HAUSMAN TO HEW JUDGE RECIPES
the bride was attended by Mn with pink fweetpeii and aipara- Tuesday to county educational director of instruction H. N I II
Henry Dlxon" matron of honor, sue fern. The cake wi served by Roth of Pone de Leon W 'E FOR CLUBS' CITRUS COOKERY CONTEST
'1'4'' and Miss Verdle. Gossman and M.... Ernest Stanley, M.... Arthur leaden at a luncheon In the dinIng Rice of Redland W. R Thomas
J Miss Alice Kirk bridesmaid. Romlne and M.... FloMle Thomp- room of the home economics of Mliiml High Robert H. Wile Mill Bertha Kill Hiusman, made'on tektur, appearance,I Are They Going Up? i
Charles Burr wit belt man forth ion Punch WM poured by Misses department The luncheon was" 'Jnnl', Idlion. W. W. Mltti I horn economlci Instructor .1 flavor, originality, ease of prepa'
bridegroom, met Edward Burr Audrey and Barbara Jean Graf cooked and arced bj the home i:. .' ,,f Miami Jackson Jtik ration and amount of citrus used,
and Warren Wood Men grooms Out-of-town guest Included economics students sheeted by Prim e of Miami Beech and W' Homestead High School, his beer Mr. Loll Culpepper of Florida I
men Mr and Mra. Howard Hlnsha Milt Bertha NIM Hiutmin, d*. E. Mallard. P W Seigren, H, a selected. at one of three DlltrlelII Power and Light Co, will teat the We don't know.
The bride was radiant In I of SabrU+g. O, and daughter, Mlu pertinent head The rotei for dec' Cole, and r. M, Madden of Miami judge hi tie citrus" recipe realest reclpet. The entries' are to :be I
whit f.lII.) gown mid on ilnplt! Kathleen, and Mr and Mrt J EoH.nd..n oration of the table were grown Tech sponsored by the Florida,, lumbltted throucM local chambers We do know they ire higher this week than
I Federation of Women Club I
line with three-quirteMengUi and Mill Time Sit of commerce to the Florida Chamber
sleeves a crushed belt and t but- terthwiit of Salem, O I, announce Mn A. F. Arthur, of Commerce which with th* they were last week.
I tie bow Her short veil was of For their honeymoon within the MRS.\ CHARLES McCARTNEY IS ELECTED II district director Th. other Judgei Florida Chain Store Council. Int. '
Imported trench lice, originally slate the bndt won' a dark green WORTHY MATRON OF AD ASTRA CHAPTER for the contest which will close, U a co- ponior tt the contett. 1 We do know that thousands<< of cattle and
Mar. IS Mill Eunice Grady .
are
s part of her mother i bridal cot. faille frock with white accessories '
Dade County home demonstrationagent A state prize of a washing sheep hate been lost because of blizzards.
Mn ,
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Chis. McCartney wn Installation of the elective
machine and district prize of
elected worthy matron of Ad the appointive officers, who'wIU housewife, and Mrs.. Paul Stars, HI- $S will be awarded a the winner Hi I It stands to reason that meat i prices'will bid]
All r. Chapter of the O E S .t be named by the worthy matron, leah each elaulflcitionAt I '
Be a Good Scout the annual meeting Friday even. will be held at an open meetingat Every woman In the state I Ineligible higher. 'I
district director Mn Arthur
Ing In the chapter halt W. C.' 8:49 Friday evening, Mar 18 to submit recipes In the Western.hch
Morton was made worthy patron; The outgoing officers will be hon three classes cooked desserts It tending form letter to Dade,I Why not put a side of good ,
To Your GarmentsThe I Mra. W. A. Phillips, ....otl.t.epall'on ored it a farewell meeting Mar.. salads, breads. Judgment will be Browsed and hiAtlhtf Monroe- Countyrhihumitwh .
_. ftflAria..l.. . in locker now. We can sell a ,
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aecretary; Mn W B. Civet, treasurer ANNUAL HANDICRAFT'. EXIJIBIT SLATED ',

better you treat them the more wearyou11 and :tin Mn, E.Ceo W.Crlm Burton, conductresi associate;I I1Y PRINCETON DEMONSTRATION CLUB I YOUTH CLUB ENJOYS Side of Beeffor ;

ret out of them. line them cleaned conductress. OUTING AT WT' WEST '

; regularly by us. We respect fabrics-and Initiated Into the order at Friday I The public It Invited to the I held Tuesday at the home of Mil. Redland Twenty-rive Center.member.Teen-ig of Club the I '
night meeting Wen Mrs. C. Crawford Present wed*
exhibit
annual handicraft of the E.
use the best cleaning process for each job. Olin P Wright, Ceo. Crlm and Princeton Horn DemonstrationClub Mrs. Harold Barton M.... J. I.Calhpbell enjoyed an all-diy. outing it Key I 49c lb. :
W A. Phillips, it 2 clock Tuesday afternoon !!, Mn D.P. Colborn West Sunday Accompanied by .
After the business session, refreshment In Princeton Church of tie( Mrs. C. A. Bryant Mrt. O VDrlKgert Austin H Armltsteid recreation' Cut, Wrapped and Frozen '
TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS were terved Arrangements Naiaren A regular club session Mrt S. A. Copp, Mrt director. the group went sightseeIng -
of spring flowers were used will be held and refreshments D A. Mulllnt. M.... Paul Ray and enjoyed a picnic anda
to decorate the assembly and the will be Mrved Mrs Ralph Hunt Mra. B & swimming party it the beach
W. W. Revrry, Manager banquet hulls Table mats Ovid purses went Swllleyi Mrs. Dean Thompson. To. trip was made by automobile South Dade Quick Freeze Plant

B. E. First. An. Ilosnettrad fashioned from Chinese mats it I Mrs. Roy E. Wlttenwyler M... C. Mrt F.Y.. Styl man l will directthe
leas OAVI TEACHES I a work meeting of club members J, Turner and Mrs. Herbert Wood! .
program for a meeting of the CEO. N. WAKcrtELD Mgr. "
MIsSION BTIUY BOOK Woman Auxiliary of 9t Johns B 'Y' tnd 8t and 1st Ave lltmeitead ,.,..... IMJLbrir' I
of for .
Mrs Q I Oault Miami
WASHINGTON'S "BIRTHDAY DANCE' HELD Episcopal Church tt 2:30 Friday ;
mar Homestead. resident* taught I I afternoon Mar. 4, In the church.
the study book "Co-operalingSouthern . JN GYMNASIUM\ BY DANCING CLASSES ----- r.
'I "oJllJl Baptists, it an alldiymeettng I . f/ 1
E9DONW'Wash ) of the"" W M. LLfof'Fnst "Decorations. tree I 4\1.. pahloth Sixth rim: inembera!and Invited convorWatlon Is all !f ft
D.pUtChlltdl Monday In the I motif for the Weiington'1 guest attended the eml-formal yonrs. .
Sunday school building, A fevered Birthday dance held Monrliy eve danc Punch and cookie were t i
y dish luncheon wts served it noon I fling! ill. the Homestead school+ ) gym served tor refreshment \
Riverside 40-31 In the preliminary' .i a climax of the dancing classes Chaperones w.re' Mrs. Oeo. D. f r--- JT'F ar
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game sponsored by the student council. Ruehle Mrs. U. 0. Wotfenbarger.
so Quick or so CUM of honor was Mist Mildred Mrs. W, E. McLendon and Mrs!
HSU FRY SLATED MAR II Satan, Instructor, Herman' Marks.FITZPATRl'CK'S .
Clean With Any Washer A fish fry for benefit at Florida _
City Community Church will beheld

r'r You Do' With Friday. Mar II, announces I ,
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tat Rev Martin R. Davit, pastor. FINE FURNITURE ) Api
DIXr.R'TWIN Plant for the event were computed
Monday evening at a conptgatlonal rJJJ .
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elrsea. JAi 1, AI.N.. UNestPyAL.l ' MM badreaiK. ..... ........... .
Mr. Mrf |ln. L. f. Assess If by ewner Cash or tprms Peabody. ,
Y In and Ground Pent Oa. ate ..ieMat( ..... u.I" k CLASSIFIED C ADVERTISING I bit. K ef aea..atd rd a ttt at.flt'll. MICBLLANIJl,l
M,... James U. Norfleet for a NNNN.H..NNN.NIIN.N..p.Mr ( )

talE week. ...... Powell It 0 sister of' and ....... Fred DveMtvl .( lie ...
Mrs. Nprfltet.Mra. I' __ __ (TW heine about I year old 2 TYPEWRITE JONES AU
Hwnesteed are pareaU of a
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.......... den. flreplvce veneUM make of nttxhinet bought. told
Homestead Mw Mills hat returned daughter born Feb. II m Jessie Klertrtr. water pump. ..-.... lank W... knotty piIIIL ,,- wells. and repaired ph. Ift-". Hoi MM, .
from' Pwrta" Oorde where she. Archer Stnlt Het.lt(4." Cemetery Mausoleum Homestead '
fUtf
rumplete Bllveetro PMrare. ithst hme Price $e.. tetvw. Bee i ( >)>
r !!- vMted .her seethes who wee. III. A son wet barn to 14. *. head| Mra.Jemea Florida City. (pm4) CHOI JORDAN re* broker
Tom atone to a mediae. palMnl, H. Hunt ef Miami eat Feb W. Ktnfc I rue SEWING .j
f SI Weedttwn Peep Hlgbwey Ph. 7/ -JturnleSed .' rNITIt.Ut"'IQI.
I at the. Jamet. Archer Smith Hospital IT. Cemetery .
"J.Q MM B. W. Slk St, Miami n-ft Ckrkh. ran l"47 model a (allfoam ) Mr Lillian Duenlg, fertgry. 1.1
R 'T. Lawrence Merriam, regional Mrs. EUiabeth Fueha/ el South do Feb. K Mr. and Mrs Cm- WHir te4et.( 10 m.,.h. ....eo. trained lawtrvotor on White and .
.director for the National Park Miami la expected to .be a weekend r. E. Bowen of Amerkus, Oe.. aid Crete ot Homettee4$ became A wta Pb. t-nw lea Ra44ard at HewMatewl Day '" we. M Ave. Domeatk awing. machine win
Service I"hI Rocky Mountain' father of Mr.. Stuart Campbell. parent of daughter ulitllan tt ass ahery tote and 4th st. Ph.
boss' guest of Mrs. Anna I I' BMdtrtt front Park. 11II \1. Mate. and Mrs. Merriam are expected Foullt Is a house guest ., the Campbell Medical patienla this week included price available" Fran Mar. 4. Post malrucUon J
visit here Sunday with borne Utit week.. : Mr.*. Harts| Saunders. ,' lanes IIMOU Cemetery ecreaee. New CBS !house II N. W. ITth lit. at! attachment,
r.Im rrt' Dw :. ;., superintendent I :of, M.... Irma Hall who hat been Mr. und M...- Fred CWierly AdUer Elmer aod Bonnie Holland Community mausoleum of "Ut III'". Ph i..R. .. K Krome '\1.. Two bedrooms, on tonhole maker.' Herri Inctuolnf Refrlnera but

,ur I' Everglade National pork, and 111, returned her secretarial duties have with them Thomas Jeffords Homestead Mr*. Uprothy Scott erypt Md 0ICkea. (ClStf) all tile bath, tile Silken, portr.ee, lion <*, ...-- from Mitchell
'Is'r. Mr Beard Tuesday at Redland CenterPerrino of High Spring. Fla. father of of Princeton. Mr. Clady Lee of cypress cathedral living room, Hardwire( ..... IH. (fjj) 1 1GrorY
Mrs. Conerly who has sold his Goulds, Thoa. Skme and John HARDEN-If..u... landicaplngtepaail ".IMIO rear 1.1 .per month on
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... FOR RENT .., poltine soil, sand, rock balanre.: Dr. C. F. Robinson i
Martin R. Pavit, Jr., who ha home and plant to reside with Anderson of Ptrrine Mrs. Helen ; Mi. pawing Carl tnd1kfat..
the Conerlyt.\ I Wood of lilamortjd. Mra Theresa till. Ph. 143R. Write Rt f, lox Sf-W. (l3If)
r been employed In Miami has enrolled -] I, Box 451 Homestead (old
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Htmlln Ra of Plantation Key, Mrs. Miry 14-A, Homestead. (tit"'" II)
at University of Miami and
f', )Lttchwprth cite* King hwy.)
I By MIS were guests of Mrs. John W. Six and Louis Slit et WiU \lIIt- Modem unfurnished 4-room apt
ji making his home In Florid "JOHN W. ('I1Atf:1: iknlllrr-en
.' del ''Ilia' bath, *41>lectria kl b ) Morrisftee.tstored (((It)
\ with hi I oaks( Sunday. Mrs. Hamlla by, O. << 1837 De Solo perfect condition
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parents the Rev. .
t; end City Mr. Martin R. Davit.' Mr .. . 1 1 1., r ..1...... royal) rotlroe of Magic Clb Court Surgery patient were Mitt. I Ph. ....a before neon or .ft't'l throughout Radio, heater, l 7l( flail Estate Broker
Davit" who received B S degree Mrs. IL G Ridgewsy vice- Na I, Order ot the Amaranth of Bern). Taylor of Homestead and l p. m, (ra:!) Tel &64"" (1120)) FLOOR SANDINO and FINi$11
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president of Dad County Councilof Miami.\ Wilburn Reed Jr et Miami. u.1 Ml & It...... A.. INO Install oak and pine Boon
at the University Pittsburgh
of Room au, u..... etphalt and rubber tile) linoleum.
Psrent-Tetcher sty 01' week Phone'
Associations, I 181
In 1147, I II working toward 1st mortgage on 10 ncree and
a matter's degree. spoke on citizenship at the Feb I CeUlw, Federal Highway atj home In dlndt. Will discount Day ph. Bll-Wl nlchta IIT-W.
17 meeting of Perrine Woman's bltcaJrle dr (fUtr) phone Miami
I 53.5220.p125) l-bedroom frame house on lot Wl DO reliable watch '
Adams Club. First prize In the citizenship ) t liins>
Mile D. HMJ hospital essay contest, $500, was Cable, twin bedt, prlnleth., SOilM. ST N. VT. 4th etc Home, Woodt Jewelry, McCrory: Ar j
la the
corpsman USCG Infirmaryat presented by Mr. John W. Chaferto overnight or weekly. See ECHO: BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available stead. Ph. Miami4MJ or 101ownr cade. (aUtf)
KetchIkan, Alaska, In
spendingten at Iota & Miami" ave.
Miss Yvonne Benellevre end JORDAN, 1'11. broker, W. Kino
at all times Homestead Floral
*> Mr*.day E. Z.here Thompson with hjs' and mother Mr. second price, $300, ws presented s Highway, .ph. 1'N. (f28)DewaiUIr ) and Gift Shoppe, 122 N.W. 4th 1\.. Miami S to Roland Tyre Mn. Homer! 1 cor. and ave. (ajtf) ,
Thompson at the Thompson home
f I the Swap Shop We INJ.mtUtrettet
HaUlIp presided Mr. Robert }f.Ch.rer porch apt. 1-bedroom
a \j on Rose rd. Miles, who new from OWNER Ml'ST SELUrUHNlSIICD In food condition sieve*
te Seattle, led the singing, Mrs F upstairs apt, Mr*. Maud Chandler Good rock fill delivered within i ,
Alk pent emott
llel axes, eta The
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Swap Shop
L. Tempter led the devotionalpart Silver Palm dr. W. ot Ten* rd.II.tr.
two week ef his 30-day leave n (0-mile( area of Homestead J-bedroom home
) the .J $$t & Flagler AV*. Homestead.
of and MirJoAnn
Salt Lake City where his bus was program ( ) tl a yd. delivered Soul ..ttam convenient to school: and ahpp Phone 4(7.NEW.
snowbound Jesse played two accordion Rock Co. Ph. 172.." (fIsh) ping. $1,800 dowelCOMPLETCLY !
election Hostesses were Mrs Small cable S looms completely
0. C. Pedersen, Mrs. T. A. Bat, a furnished hot and cold water $M
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House l\.Iel-of; Mr. and Mr. CONCRETE BLOCKS all Ii,.., : FURNISHED: e ROOFS AND
Mr*. C... Walker, Mr. J. W. a month, Oi) Pedland rd., Rt. I,
Lee H. Lehman Ire Mr. end Mr. Piowttr; and Mrs Robert N. *Tbt the eon of nedkal!car has risen, no. Box $03. (j28tl) Bruce's Block: Co, Naranja) Fl.. 3-bedroom home with garage I ROOF REPAIRSRoll
Robert Ayer<< of Dixon, III., Mr. ChaferPerrine. one ca d'Df. But the rise fat* not beta out of I Phone 973. (JJi-tf) on corner lot near school.: A
heel| and Mrs, Walter Barre of Detroit Woman's Club honored la the "1, Mower REAL BARGAIN at $',500 I roofing, gravel shingle.,.
to the I'Dr.llduo" cost ", Call Doug at
and Mrs Robert Roger of proportion FLOOR SANDING and FINISH-: TERMS. tile and metal roofs Installed!
Mrs. Marlon L. Moor Its ,
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annual 14T. 130 N. W. Slit ml.
med. (slOt
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Pleasant Ridge, Mich birthday party at the Lighthouse / of living.At the same time the QIlI1Jf ING. install oak and pine floors. Guaranteed workmanship by licensed
hbeenImmeasurtbJjImproved.& \ asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum. I. lad Injured roofer
I. for the Blind In Miami on IcalKrrkf! & : S new half-bat cement mlxert.Ph. COMPLETELY FURNISHED
M The Rev. and Mrs. Wm. D. Feb. 24. The Rev. I H B. Fisher > Consider that today sour physlclaa bu la of HT, Tower-Crow. (mS8tf)I Day ph. 611-W; night IIT-SY, l-bedroom, 1-beth home with ran ESTIMATE:
Gravatt and Arthur and Nel- --
tons led the devotional Mist Jo-Ann over $.000 square feet or
ton, left yesterday for their home Jestee played accordion numbers, vested from eight M teo years end about till lomettead ClaM Co.-Glan for screened: porches. A furnished Box 366, Homestead
fowl in Salem, V*., after a visit here and the club ting Mr*. James A. tkonstad dollars U hi*eductdoo.l ne.11t hag oo thsac all purposes We do steel sash guest cottage and double gar.
with I Mrs. Cravatt's parent, Mr. Brown mania chairman and her to ear .otll be I U tweory-tU or twenty-wea yesr old. FOR SALE ,IIIIn,. 201 N. Krome. phone 173. ana are Included on this d.. Guaranty Rooting (,o, ,
and Mrs.. J. Tom Vann. Mr. Gr- mother, Mr* M S. Anderson Ilrabl.lera grove at only
sang He molt beet .o office In I good neighborhood good I Phone 4-1141. Miami
vttt' arrived Monday to
accompany !
t "In the Garden" and Mrs. James Will build 2-bedroom frame $28,000
home his family who had U. Norfleet and Mr*. John W equipment. I car, good clothe gafeghw, ....w 15-foot the Monica Chrlerraft M. formerly clipper cruiser owned house to "dry stage" for $175D. floor Sanding and Jlnlihln

"ji been hen making an extended visit Chafer gave reading A birthday 'V Pharmacy, too has stepped 'p lit standards. Almost by Conrad Nelson ef Princeton, Phone Mcllugh 7B3-R (fl ly). 2-bedroom home COMPLETELY Asphalt and rubber tile phone

t erccuL EIWTION OBDINANIK very state now requires four years of college and a yea for now for sale at reasonable rlce. rUHNISHKO-carport end, 187-W. (n1ch5U)

Mr and Mrs Irving Reedy of I IHickton N....asaP"IAL two of practice before registration. AU this aside up to 4 bunks toilet, sink Refinished.. To 8-room close estate CDS of house C M.for Smith sale:, guest town cottage and HIGHWAY on t acre near for I
Inside and out. Phone S37I Hollywood SEE ALEX LANIER for *
IUI'IIIN 'UOLIITII'NIIIL we ;
Tenn., are for I
announcing J
better medial ier you. $2,000 down, balance like rent. $11,000.'
the birth of a ton on Feb.. 20 In An .r.<.llit. .... >,;i molmlo 11 MlllwPtrUI 5 Fla. (f2S) Phone 8104 and ask for C. M. i drilling, Corner Xro1I1.It\ ,
Ulckson. Mrs Reedy II the former UctlMi. to .to .held. I. lid CKr .< and N.E 10th st, Phone &M-W.
Miss Betty Jane Loltlch, PrfTlntt hirl" UM pfMcriUnv>tarll... .to nlMl tfc.". ,..UK,MrNM oh,,.rid..5whk nowAKO JOHNSON rb. 0. female German shepherd puppies, Smith Jr. (WI.I5)BaCKACHE( ) B-acre !trol'. homenltrs onKROMR
daughter of the Rev. F. J. Lottlch, ., 0s. steels will. M 'held lb. : agt 9 root\ tst, phone "".W.I.| AVENUE 'I tM, O) I

rector of St. John's Episcopal heed.holl: ponil.M ...Hl N..d., lh", oIoru., wMrk.. iMMniun Uwh .k'.'.Mdfkaa (fttlf) I Ii and up. WANTED
and Mrs. Lotlich. . .11 .. I...... Glades
Church mot Mlwr .u tixl
who
Prescription ShopAIR .,
..... _, ... wM. wM>MHie M M sMtirt) I
J Ini I left Monday for Hickton to see th..dt I p"\dl.\I a rid tlto'100..1..11 .,....._medal mpa i I thoroughbred Pointer puppies SUN.MU rwt OMIMl, Up MKkU.. *'_, 200 fret frontage on U. 3> I fur
her new grandson. .. ... of onlluiin., In ronflM.. hmwltlimr 8 weeks old 130 each. Palm I Mntai >ww rtn*. MrttMIM".a nt pMMra.> IM .Ut e 555O> r.* portion"Mi,, lulHwclloci pruvUliw,that' I a the.r.Mens Hauwtlnniil CONDITIONED Cafe, U N. FUgler Ave. llomeIteid. -;|I U....r.....t4 Mil ITIM**k kto.Lid II phone 129-H, or apply MedrrnBeauty I
let Mrs Earl Martin's brother-ln p,::,.. ,r tse ,.r**. . I: -,.t. law and sister, Mr and Mrs J. earl", or.*.diudr.d d..dj.lk.lkn...1..111 w.d.a..llt.f..lld'' '' (pt25)) I 1.-: .;! tw MMt cress Mot..s--: '. 5IIW.Iflltf(
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JT!"* W, Rodgers of Bloomington III.. .K.II ,In M S..f/.I UM niNo CM ----- Registered Drokfr l I '

.f.: are vltltlng\ her this week. .ph.Sloe. .......M-.,4'tleN at M this M. ar4lMMwllk..._aeae.T_> d.aNee.ea.e. _55.5 a'. CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING CO. ; I I .,gr'Johfl; .It I lisle&nlogpyuh wi I.mtna pMittaatM'iar as \ \

Sltv ..R. sVl> mK ae-retimed1 Wed ,:.11.r tw.'diemMM ep ,... dawn OM.k.nwlliw tk* W111a.tl o.sm l CRO SE &'B RR CABINET SHOP I Ph. 441 or M-W P.O. Box liP I I prepare diet for
I' betdty to his home on Phillips ml ft Ik.. city MmmMMtIk. CIVIL ENGINEERING SUmtYINa sure patient
. rd. front Opt-Locka Hospital ap .d" ., e I Member of Chamber 'travel. Leader
B. r." RflaLa 0. A. atAwsiiAvr i 1 (
; where he underwent an operation PHONE MMIII I ,
L. II. COLE Builders and Remodeled of Commerce
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last week. "If' 1
PInUP r. THOMAS I West Singles Street
mmmmm****
PROVOKINGPERSONALITIES ,
AsMclttee MIAMI It. FLA, Fine Woodworking Specialty niTDOED
House guest of Mr and MrsA. a I LOST I
'
Dbuglaas Tower U Mrs Tow- A : MIVT'i
er's mother, Mrs Warren Gladden Electric and Acetylene.Weldinr Lout-Pu'ekribiuk with valu'ulikpapers. I

of Princess Anne, Md. 'g5 VRtNUlIH6 DRIVER' Return! to Seminole I
t Savza CALM PRIVK-ONC: MILK WEST: OF c. S. i Trading Pout. ((125) Onaanentala .
Was Barba-Jn;: ;; Smith student NEED LUMBER? Pam.It4W-l :i j

at John! B Stetson University VtNRK NIO Ml.fy Arthritis Pain I

Is. expected to spend the. fNi iiR If WIYY I Sunny
week-end he" with her parents INILANNY FW eYN *>ll klyllr .skly help .N
- - MM mi miss d h ii..iii.. Aubrey
Mr., and Mrs. A, D. Smith. ,1 ivrev Ptn erR/u v d -- - $55,505 I/.MM hutkm. ,.t IMirticukMMk up I
{ mfNIN A a.-d.wall Uw Hut Poe Caxi
Mn. ) R. Byrum and son RA! weq TMN DAalpI Save Jh Here te..ny ear.W.ala.aune aid seep=.:. :....av.k.e1" I I Kt rllONI WM Bf: I
Homer, week-end with .
the
spent U.1
,
Mn. 1rum', son-in-law end I )*.::i'I:: : : I \

daughter, Mr. aad Mrs. John t
Hatch of Clewliton. Mrs Byrum
and Homer took home thei I I
)
Hatch daughters, Susan and I Job
1. Kathy, who had been visiting at, Rutherford Printing ;

the Byrum home during .the Illness "I...,

pf their mother- y. Lumber CompanyW. Field Crate Stencil '

Mr and Mrs Stanley Neal and PHONE 118-K :

Mrs. Netl'i mother, Mrs. Rene ,, -JT-oif ". Mowry\ St Homestead Phone 167 ;
/ Tlnlin) alt. of Beaumont, Tex, ,
are visiting In South Allapotlah WkV W LellT, r M *mMirrHrtL ..
!: HAUIWAKI ro. Im4 .... Florida City Press
Gardens with Mr Neal's
parents, .' .
!11! real kMri wk Irtrlc
>
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Neal, and his Ile. .whA, Tw .... .._n.... ,
brother and ,sliter-ln-law Mr. and .Sew ......IM es Nee .rah ell .
Mrs. Gordon Neal. ''ir'A'D'w' win. lN..M.. nr1.r. i!
J9n F. P. Archer Jr.
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House 1Ue-t Mr. and M.... -: '

Dan Williams\ of Modello are Mr.Mr. OPTOMETRISTSerelallauig

Frederlcktown.. and: Mrs. Kenneth Pa., and Keys Mr. and of .. Bui1d'T GENERAL gfe ELECTRIC :

M.... Dick Begun of Beaver, Pa. .la Csaatlnatlee ef the Eye and Complete J
Optleal prescrlplloa: Serrlc SALES ANI SERVICE 1

ro With Our Lumber ,noJ.
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PLUMBING DAILY, TfES. THRU SAT..-f.:$. le $41:
0 t I \ Radio and Appliance Repairs t

<4 Nest MeaTy ....n>.....4 n... ..,
: INVENTORY SALE It', the safest and cheapest 'In the long run. LICENSED and INSURED

CONTRACTonWRIGHT
Strong sturdy timber make strpnjtjiupport for '
Prices Reduced 10 to 50%

I When in need call on us. your home-your walls, your floOniJ our beams; ELECTRICN.
r: CAR LOADS FOR SALE I elsewhere'
and anywhere quality wood Is needed.

I ,, Galvanized and Black Pipes All Sites up to 6" Ave at First St Phone 288-" j.

nathtqbs Toilets Basins Homestead Loan Co. I w ..M1v- I
'
i Sinks .' Water Heaters 4CIFFEN

O Gait Electric Pumps 305 N, Krom Ave. I W. D. Home Co. Inc. J

o Tanks Valves e Fittings ROOFING COMPANY

s ,, Soil Pipe and Fittings, All Sizes up to 10"WHAT Collateral Loan -50.00 to $300.00 Hardware and Building Materials

nANK U SUU OwtMfllNKro Rooting of All. Types
''I'OIUT SPECULa HATER rerEt :
tAv" Phone 277 Solar Water HeiUrs
PU' SPECIAL I

(Len Seat) ''i.Ue.110.. ,-.n. Sheet Metal Work

FUNERAJHOMI Air Conditioning
ER5! ';" ''' ''I .r: ''i'l' i'' i"" : : : , : ,
I DO YOU NEED IN PLUMBING? Fan Ventilation


Come Down Our Way CAMBER FLOOR COVERINGS Insulation. 1 r


fly NAKKOW1IZ, he. 244IourAmbuIanoe Service Asphalt and Rubber Tile AaUreeet frt. E.Uesslas. F-,

J It. 370 South Dixie Highway-Miami Cremation Inlaid UfMlewn I DroidftfC) and Carpet $, Ante Ave. diMl

"lb US H. W.\.t4 A-- (0*,eaUe. 'Htafc aVb4). r.... JSt CeralGaMee.ru.b t- age
Pbeee. 41-IUI Phone 270 Homestead. Flc.
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8b: HOMESTEAD LEADERENTKRPRIiE: Friday February 26. 1949 j


WfflSCAGERSGO Lions Slate Circus Mare\ 23 GROWERS CLOSE -Church Women Schedule Union Service Lenten Service Ibgin lAivn,. pastor P .a t

I Bradley John, trwtiuK of the Florida .

TO ATLANTA FOR To Finance Memorial\ AwardA CAGE SEASON AT March\ 4 to Mark\ World Day of PrayerA Lenten At St.observance John'i at March!St John 2 the lily, Redland crunch will church have service charge Sun of .

l Church will begin Ash day morning Speaker at the
Ea4aeopal
evening -
YMA TOURNEY three-ring drew will allow dealrable stiowi dub spokesmen R. World Day of Prayer aervie I aiamiUted rnko troadeaet by Wednesday, Mar 2, with the wrvic-e In Florida City will
In Hmneatead Mir tt for benefit told the HomeMaad etty eoundl IL S. TONIGHT
wlU be held it 10 Friday morning beneficiaries of print yean, M be I.celebration of holy communion' be Lucian Molt, a district lay-
"f the annual DUI Bradley Memorial which waived the ......
.rl Mar.k. In Homestead Preibyterian presented by Mr Rtahard.. Carpenter at 10 a- m, and litany, penitential leader of West Virginia. 1
the
Awerd of RedlandDMrlct
llcens fee .
Dick' DrIve In eager will Lions Club Initiated ttycer Monday ecyht.IL The Hemettead Grower will Church" by women of the ......*- Mr. John Fredrick." Mr* office: and M ddrew at 7:4J p.
( leave tvt Altent next Wednesday close the cage aeaion tonight with tint churchei of the community A C. Eaton, Mr. Gaper WHU m., announce the Bev F J. MISSION TO CLOSE
to represent the Miami V. M. C. M I tribute to Mr. Bradleylite a dun with the Diamondback Mm. J. U* Smith will lead the iM, Mr, a Heath Holder. Ml** Lottteh, paator Nine l
A. In the Southern Area Y. M C dub member and Redlind Il S. GIRLS Jennie o'clock Mas on Sunday
at Redland. Seeded third In the worship and the choral group of Lu Davie, Sickle Betker Each WedAMttey evening during will
High" School Instructor In ifrlculuire morning mark the cloning of
A. tournament to be played Fridayand Group Monday Music Club will prevent and Jack Levy
Eight Clan B
backetbaltournament Lent the services will Pr
litany
the mission led .
I the award finances two by the Rev Patrick ;
Saturday. So fir this anion, SCORE Homeitead has won the music Ai I part of the program devoted feature short lecture on the Book
uW weeks of Bummer camp for the WINS\ Walsh O.P., at Sacred Heart
team KM record 24 mini
I of best all-round boy from both the ten and lot eight games. Redland Each year the special offering to prayer for the childrenof of Common Prayer as this year Catholic Church Th Rev. Paul r
fend thru lose u, report Manager ha won nine and loa 1 I. diitributod the United Council the world, '
Homestead and the Redland lummer twelve by youngsters from the Is the four-hundredth anniversaryof L. Manning pastor Invite
attendance
fwd Rhode, Jr. playground ON SPORTS DAYThree game of Church Women to several I Presbyterian Nursery School will the Initial use of the EnaUahPre'er I at dally services, mamIng
Jack -
Marshall, Homeitead
cagestar Bob worthly\ Inter denominational In costumes of carton
It appear
Roger Brother Circus will Roper high man for the Book In English churchill Man at 730: and
at Ole MlM, U expected to evening
Join the team for tournament pitch IU tent on E Eighth at. be- wine were scored by the Grower with M2 point. Jack project The program will Include countrlet Taking part will beCheryl In IMI Mr. Lottloh ")'I. devotion it I o'clock.Record .
Pope I Turner, Rene Chlplty,
N E- Second and Third second with 141, and A .rllll of sermons on "The
play, Rhoda aid The other players tween homestead A team at the annual I
wig) be Jem Lett, Don Don, avenue for two ahowlngt- matinee Dad County senior high school In Rocky Sincere, third, with 141 Local Merchants Launch Milly William, Jimmy Everett Bogner Shuler and Tad Frank De Face of Christ" will be preachedat ; ; II '''['''''"''" '" "'' [ I!II II In
and night In charge of arrangement ,Irb' basketball preparation for tonight' lame, the 11 o'clock Sunday service
Itobwrt Sullivan and Ctui. RobirUon -, sports day Fridayat 'Welcome Wtfon Service o.htner.j .
a salon Kadlo ..
pep will be held 'In the ea. *
of Homestead and Harold are M. H. O.II.Un.III ,, Miami Jackson gym report during Lent. A cordial Invitation
tail Photo ,Ue
Shuler and DIcK Johnson of Ml- Paul Loaner of the sponsoring Mr* Mary Cody, phy | *. part of the sixth period. Today Mr'*. Geraldine Gadway to Ah* Sunday and week-day ser 8ap *
ami Dick Huff, Um sponsor, will club' youth commutes lion Initructor. The B Fr teem! : defeated A 47-45 overtime victory for of Homestead will Initiate the vll'Cllll extended by the rector

accompany! the players There wilt be no gambling or un- Miami Jackion. Homestead over Miami Tech wa Welcome Wagon Service, cpon- SKALL IN CHARGE C
j
\ Three visa were chalked up bye The A string defeited Miami clinched Feb. 10 by Jack Pope acrid her by local merchant to lb-'p
/Quintet within the past week Beach Ponce de Leon and Red- with I field goal and two free welcome newcomer to the community Mark Laymcn'a SundayAt
\Aiwith\ II point peed I 81-21 RJLS. CAGERS land. Forward Grace Roper acored tone, paced by Forward Bob OF LINCOLN AND Methodist\ ChurchesLamen' o
Roper with tl point,, Homestead
Tlrtory ever Pan American Feb. all the point In the 8-0 Beach The Wilcom Wagon idea I
17 In Miami. Blihoft! wit second II defeat, and Forward Joyce Morgan ltd up to the flail minute'ot'' originated In Texts when pioneer MERCURY SALESGeorge Sunday will be
II South
DEFEAT K.M.I. regular play when a foul ho Dixie IlUbwiy a
high with IT counter. wai I high-point player. by Tech' Gerald Smith tied*the moving westward were mat, served Feb. 27 at Florida City Db-I South Miami", Us.
Friday- night Dlck'i Five de Other playing were: forward bConettoga! "welcome wagons"and Redland community ,
f.aItcIbe.. Homestead NationalGiUrd Mary Lou Muuelwhlte core at 43.Homeitead. furnished with drinking water Skill hit been placed the Rev. .
A field goal by Junes Hooker Betty announce Martin : """ ""' "'""' '"'"'"""'"" : '
: 11-81. Starring for the victor and a foul line tow by Carl Gene I Turner, Gloria Gordon and Margaret took both the vary provisions and Information. In charge of Lincoln and Mercury
.Mrt LoU with 21 paint" Mowley added up to I. 42-40 Carpenter; guard*-Shirley .U and the B' tilt with Mel It wa developed a national' ales at Oversees Motor Co., Wl-
SnlHvM with 21, and Done with overtime victory for Redland Greer, Joyce Walker Effle Redford -. bourne here Friday night Roper merchandising promotion by a ter W.III. president of the local'
-if High School over Kentucky Mil- Clara Stevenson, Fay Cap- cored 17 point for the Grower Memphla, Tenn. newipaptriuin authorize Ford agency announce Attend Demonstration
Dicky.downed Bell JUry. Institute- Saturday night at linger and Anita Dept Ann Me- In the n-.. vanity victory TheB In 1121, and I 11 now In operation'' : *.
1441 'Id ,MlUnl *T.I.Phon'l Redland.In Cord was manager and Faye .trln,' won with an edge of In 100 American and Canadian Mf. Skill lay that deliveriesOf IN
NOW
when\) LoU aoorej IS the I lost quarter, the Cadet Milliard, scorekeeper, J5-21.: communltie. new Lincoln and Mercury tale HOMESTEADThe
can be made In 24 to 41 hour
"an.I2. cancelled out I narrow lead by Playing on the B team were: Mr*. Cadway explained yesterday -
Redland to tie the lam ai 39 forward*-Kay Browning, Joyce that) she will call on new fam- Price of these can, delivered I In,
"Sodal Security Fad Hooker and Dale Sprankl were DoUr Mary Lou Lawrence Mabel Hray On Mediterranean tiles ai aoon\ ,a. they arrive and Homestead, will, be announced I Inan B. F. GoodrichTubcIcssTirc

'..''Available from McGarrah high men for the Diamondback Gomez, Dorothy Douberley and Cruise Aboard DestroyerGreat present them with .a basket of advertisement' scheduled. fur.
next week.
with 14 point each. Helen Tomcrlln; guard Lolltljrerwn gift provided by the sponsoring
information on model lecurltykeMifll The Rattlers scored four point Doris Lewis, Julie Tiylor Lakes, III Feb J4- merchant. She then give them Mr. Skall' formerly wai connected
Jams r, .
1i offered by E. B. Me- j i I Iin overtime play Tuesday night Barbara Conner, Carmllla Bray, semen ITSN courtesy eirdi'from the sponsors wUH Gautler Motor Sales'
jCffrah, who hit Juit completed to defeat Klvcrald Military Bommarlto and Jeanne Hayes IOn of Mr*. J. L. Bray of Homeitead and invite them to call at each

.( '\ advanced training Academy 4.1-41 on the Hollywood Betty Jo .Jenkins was score \keeper 1* currently making t tore to receive another gift .
toktne) In Jickionvllle. I IIone.week I court Redland Center .Jamei and LoulN Strickland tlme- cruise' of Mediterranean port. Mr Gidway often to distributeletters Redland Center Forma _
Mr. McOarrah. Hid that the Hooker tallied 19 counter to lead keel>lr. while serving aboard the dutro)' or pamphlet' from any 5 Cage Teams for Play
I er USS H. J. Thomas In the Sixth :
course placed special emphasis on '_ civic I organltationi the community
'tht coordination of social security {j Set-tles Task Force under the commandof nich ai the Red Crow, Formation of I baak.lbIII"UI

with private Iniurincc and on'''1 Riverside Redland B teem trim. Capt. Uol>crt W. Hell Admiral Richard L Conolly. Boy and Girl Scout, etc Nothing at Redland Center waa, begun
retirement Insurance and molt.b .I med Rlvenlde 40-30 In the preIImlnar Transferred to Okinawa Leave I II granted to m.mbenof political or controversial will be Monday night when It boy
|M.-.4naur.nce. I I lame.J j the crew of the Thomai whenever carried,, abs aid.TUBELESS signed up for play, report Austin
I With the Army of Occupation -' poulbl to afford them the H ArmlUtead, recreation\ director.
opportunity to visit Plan for five teams which
J v In the R'ukyuaapl.ln: European and are
I Robert W, Bell, IOn of Mr and African cities TIRC. will\ compel after school: or on

WOODY The !IJuildcr'u Friend Mrs Robert Utll of Homestead,i (Continued from Pag* One) Sunday afternoonsCUB

I hag been traniferred from Japanto i School Winners Named for the punclure-ieillng tubele
Okinawa and U assigned ai' tire, Mr. Don and Mr. King said
"Y staff postal officer Hyukyui For Ad Essay Contest that they hays been Instructing SCOUT DEN I

FARMERS! WROTECT / Command, First prizes of $25 In the annual aervlcemen her on how to mount By RICHARD MOBRISSETMr
A IB37 gradual of RedlandHUlh advertising conteit *pontored : and demount them They empha
School, Homestead Capt. by the Advertising Club of sized that nines there li no tube
YOUR Bell enlisted In the Army In 1(41 Greater Miami were won by to be lagged or pierced by I tire MacDonell; our scoulmis-
r and was commluloned In Puerto Angelyn Buisey of Homeitead iron the new tire li actually bay gave' us our den number last
PROPERTY'n ht Rico the following year During High School and Dale Sprinkleof easier to put on and take oft than week. W* are Den No. L
World War II he served In the Redland High School Honorable 'the ordinary ones"Furthermore" W* opened our Feb. I meeting

China-Burma-India theater. In mention wa* won Wedncaday : they declared .. usual We made ailhouette of
civilian life ti* was I clerk In the "there. ihouldn't Ceo ,
a by Dale Sprankle in the county be many oe- Washington and AbrahamLIncoln
homestead poet office, contest caiioni for taking the tire oft W* are. making valentines I
j, for a lone. lone tlm. 'I'h.A I. for our mother .
Jimmy Watson of Homestead -' '- Th tonitruetlon of the llng tables tire (h Xews
new )'
II hazard.::
tub
To Judge Sch OrUan'd. and Ann Brow bf Redland won no The Ore automatically We enjoyed a lovely valentine i In this: eroM-Mctlon. The eoneentrie ridn molded en the bead
teeond prize of 115 and Emcee sees Itself both when cake. and I itriwbertT drink I Mal the tire against the rand:t prevent air from getting eat emend.
At Homestead, Redland Jane Rlvu I bt Homestead and 11 I I. punctured and when you remove aerved by Eddie Morrissey. At the edge while rubber washer inside. and ...tal*> tb* volekeep

Homestead Carlos Ygartua of Redland ,won the nail, spike, or whatever our next meeting war* going the d.rZ'! :.escaping that way. Tae slant ea:* Inner aide ef
and
,, Redland school It be. the thick, gird the Ilespanetaresreeling -
I" may And It retains to do a little wood work.
third price of $10. Honorable Buddy GIr1t'h::: .
bands will be judged for concert air eaiily 10 time qualities The B. Company ha* annouDcW that the
ADD YEARS OF LIFt TO longer than a Bail will be bolt.W .
eight reading and marching n. mention wi given torts Lewis regular tin tire la now available her for the first tuna
BflRN3.tILOS. ROOFS, tinge on Mar 11 by three out-of and Dicky Smith of Homestead with a prewar type
AND nNCtS WITH town bandmaiter named by Dade and James Hooker and Kuala rubber la tubs'It enjoyed the Feb. 18 meet- See Them at Your Local Texaco Stations:
Holden of Redland. also pointed out that the hog to the very list minute. w.w.nt .
a ROOFflNDBflRNPfllNTHARDWARE I County Bandmaiten Association .new tire roots lea* than an ordinary to thank Edward and Klch- ONE-STOr TEXACO SERVICE HIGHWAY TEXACO 'SERVICE
to rate the school band in the
county tire with I puncture sealing rd'i daddy for preparing some N Krome at 4th St. 8. Krone at 5th'St
Mark Brotherhood Week I lube while giving that Mm pro wood working material for us.W .
Th judge are Harold Bachman tection, plus an "eailer I ride. and. ar* working'on tupkln holders. 'R.) II. DONE A SON SAM C. KINO
I -of University of Florid., With H.HJ3. AssemblyA at lea weightIt .
Jimmy O'Nell of Fort Pierce and wa learned at PiibUc Demonstrailoit\ Saturday, Public pemonitration Sunday,
ipedal Homeitead High I conferenceof W* sled went to thank Mrs '
V. D Sturgis of SaraioU. The
band will be rated School auembly to mark Brotherhood B. F. Goodrich dealer and Bsse for the delicious jelly tart JP.M. a P.M.
on appearance don
: Week wa* sponsored Wed- manager several diy ago that Buddy served Mm-m-m good
presentation, composition, i hat a truly one-piece tire such B. F. Goodrich Tires & Batteries
BUILDINO MATERIAL (Interpretation and other musical neaday by Mrs Carl A. Field' this his ai Our den mother will have .
speech class Bill Muuelwhlte been I goal of tire engineers wleni roast for ui it the next 'l' ., -
T PHONtCl HOMESTEAD.FLA.. point ,directed the program and Chir. of the ever since the beginning meeting, Feb 21. Richard will be Texaco, Homestead (>v ,'' Phone 99.
automobil era '
lotte Crier presented the devotional host
*. .

Discussions, telka'and readings ...
II. B. Davis Paints
South Miami were prevented by claw member
to explain the meaning and the

aim of Brotherhood Week and the To Better Serve :Our Customers '
i
parts children and parent can I .
Theatre play In overcoming racial and re.llglou .
prejudice Taking part
on
__ AI!
the program were. Elvie Shores.,
] I blocks .a. ef traffic. Hght asa Dan Beard Robert Pyre. Roberta
Dixie Hy.Seith DeMello, Keith Ealcer: Nade.neRuehl Our Homestead WarehouseAt
ui .t 1 *. Jean William Pearl Bl-

Stmi. l. ondo Slate) Radford.. end Bernlc
I MUmU rheue .....u Taylor.

Saturday, continuous I to 11 p.m. 80 S. W. 2nd St. ' '
t Sunday, continuous I to 11 p.m. .
TELEmONK N.. Hi I Monday thru Friday, shows '

IAn1n<< ::, DARTi T and i '. M. I It T and B p.m. Try U, When You Need (Formerly the Denning Warehouse on Seaboard Tracks, Opposite Quick Freeze Plant)
.
aVMDAlT .*>Ua *.in I UU li. I : . ,
AdmbalMt. Advltai Night Del i MaUae (till t .. m.>)>. II*. A Haircut '
ChlMreu. vader I... fet ten le twelv He (Tax IMI......) i UN. (One Day Only. >)> Feb. tl pr I '

I I VICTOR MATURE, BRUCE Shave .r ,'* ''t t,1,: 'I. IS NOW OPEN .
CABOT. ALAN LAUD !In \
Last Times Today "The Man from Colorado" ,
: "Captain Fury" llalrcit' ___ "--- __ 'lie ,. ?

SATURDAY Fl. SeWDMbI. haters rrecnmMICHAEL Shave _. -. lie (\!, ',...
DUANE, GLORIA HENRY In MON..TIES..HEO, (Three Days) Skajwe (Medicated) _. 1.N I
"KEEPER OF THE BEES Feb U-..ar.i.. Crates and
Facial Pick' Hampers ,Packing House Supplies
a (You'll call them all your sweethearts) masonic MARSH, MYRNA IS* r I
And CHARLES STARRETT, SMILEY BURNETT InWHIRLWIND LaY 10 Maaatg (plate) ..,.... lit .

HAIDERS1 The Uest Years of CeanetutiM neW ___M>> 754TK Fertilizers and Insecticides now on han , I

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