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: March 4, 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: VID00650
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
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper\ Since 1912

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38th Year No.9 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 194? Prieo tRRuf







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Saturday will be Redland DIs LIONS BESTOW TilE WEATHER 40th Milestone to Be Marked\ SundayBy STEVENSON IS Plans for Jewish Center This 1* the last Issue of the
trlct Day at the Dade County which
Lcadar-Enterprlae : will be
awr.w To He Discussed SundayAn
Lar..a
Fair which opens at T o'clock 1.__ --. Homestead First Methodist\ ChurchThe published at the M. W Third St.
NATIONAL HONOR urge, May Ma.' .J ,. lade" INSPECTOR OF
meeting for dlscumlonof
Mar. 4 at the Miami circus ground open location-"Juij, welt of the Baptist
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Feb. 24 .80 86 1006Feb. .01
the organisation of a Jewish
at M. W Eighth av*. and 28th at, 25 64 84 3000 I fortieth anniversary of i i I has grown from a handful wor-I II community center In tile Ttedlund Church"-whr* It hl been lot
announce Herman Heinlein, ares ON GALLAHEROutstanding Feb. 26 ..t 'SO 21 M organization of First I 1 sniping I In the school house to a CITY BUILDING District will be held at 7:30 Sunday mnr than a quarter of a century

,manager and superintendent of Feb. 27---- _63 S3 29.to .04 Church of Homestead will be I membership of 381 now buildinga Blake W Stevenson has been evening. In the I. O. O. F. The next! Issue, tha" ( of March
the fair agricultural and national honors Feb. 28 _ 86 64 29.BB .04 I $100,000 church plant on N. hall..Anyone Interested I II Invited
horticultural will be
j Feb. 1. . It.n $000 I brated it a special service Krome eve at Seventh sL Among appointed city building and 11, prepared and published
exhibit were bestowed on E. H. Callaher, morning The Rev. J. E. the local residents who took partas plumbing Inspector by the Homestead to attend. at the Krome Ave. and U. S, 1

Product of' the districts rich Immediate past president of the pastor will preach on "Doei charter members In the organ city council Mr. Stevenson building DOW being rmodeled

farm and grove land will be displayed Hedlsnd District Lion Club U.. S. NOT GOINGDECADENTSAYS I World Need the Church?" and Ization Mar t, 1 1909. are Postmaster began work Tuesday, reports Into a newspaper plant-th* moot
Building Committeeman ). 0. STOCKDALE IS
S. E. Livingston,
In Tuesday when he Mrs. Can outhernry (and juat about the
a giant 140-foot exhibit night was choir will bring special
Wynn, and under the "
present
Campbell and Mrs. C W Little mod prominently located news..
.
Mr Heinlein cay*. Ran tropical awarded the Lions International Those who wish, may brln The late Mr and Mrs. I.., S. TOLEGISLATURE paper plant en the mainland vf
ELECTED
planting now under cultivation Grand Master Key and the Key basket lunch for a picnic after Mowry, parent of Mrs Campbell day. the United State

In Redland Fruit and Spice Park of State for his work In acquiringnew services' Mr. Jenkins says and Mrs Little, donated t building each week. He will be on call at Work of remodeling the building
will be on exhibit In a special members. ROTE SPEAKER Sunday service I will I Initiate t site at the corner of W. Mowry any time for Accessary Inspections, I I. far from complete, but the
booth and the will be at and N. W. First a\.*.. which' was "I have been In the construction ,
public Roscoe Brunstetter 'of Miami, nual celebration of the ; shop part at the plant will b*
permitted to taste sample of the counselor: for Lions International Those people who think America founding j I later sold to finance the purchase and .engineering business all my i habitable bth* middle e| thisweek
carambola, orange-quit and other made the presentation of the li getting soft and will go the In the 40-year spin the of the location at N, W. First ave life; said Mr. Stevenson yester Democrat Grant Stockdale *o an department will be
:such exotic fruits.Homestead and Second it., where the South action while
the|
Grand Master and Its way of Greece Rome Spain and
Key
accompanying -
Redland' I Methodist Church building hrerlng at University of Tennessee Held J.M1 void to 1712 Tuesdayto I I eA
and Perrln was work
plaque In recognition Portugal In a decline of power on the front office and
and worked with the Tennessee wla the piece on the Dade
I' will be represented by community of Mr. Gallaghers winning SO and prestige are wrong in their $$36,000VORTH\ erected The Sunday school was rental Onlte continue
booths which will be I members. The coveted; Key of thinking, Dr Russell William organized In I9IJ. Valley Authority\ Knoxvllle and legislative delegation left vacant I This weeks paper will, go Ul
December ol
i (manned, respectively, by theWomans I State and Its plaque, won by obtaining gifted Inspirational speaker of The present! church holds the with Arundel' Rollaway. Consolidated naval* by p>Richard death Ovlkers IM Jr. hires l day ahead of tune 1 II order
OF the war-tlm Rep
on big
Club of Homestead, Red- i 78 members, were presented Miami told the Homestead Rotary distinction of pioneering, by II 33YearoldStocVdsle I tu allow 11m for moving equipment .
bn e it Puerto Rico. Ill* election: makes
land Community Church andTerrlne I by Dr. Clyde F. Hicks of Club Wednesday In the course years the union -ot the northern .. memberof before next V/eok' paper
Woman's Dub A miniature I Lake Worth, district governor of of an 'address entitled "Our BOUGHT BY U. and the southern branches at Mn and Mrs Stevenson have the youngest I has to b* aUrled. Afr soon ...the
lived In Florid for the pst all the county delegation composedot
garden of subtropical plantings Methodism the Civil Wr Duplex web slop Thursday
Lions International. Of the approximately American Heritage, Dr William split by Sen. R D. Oautler, Jr Rep. press -
will be featured In the South I The churches In years, end In Homestead for thnll morning, will
one million member said: merged here 1928 Ceo. I.OkelL ,. I carpenters
0 and
Van Lantaff
Ilrp
make their
I" Dade Garden Club booth to be In the national organization, Mr "Those countries whose lustre Thirty-eight cars of potatoeiapproximately to worship In the present building years They. I I begin rlgglnu a gantry, or traveling
v 'presided over by Mr and Mrs. I Oallaher Is the M7th to win the failed were nations that fought $36,000_ nave which was formerly occupied bl I N. E. 12th crane attrtddl of It and the
( Frank W. SUIlman.Homestead I Grand Master Key and the 44th wan of conquest and captured bought under the federal the White Stone (Northern) I factory erector whe arrived Wed
and Redland chapter [ to win the Key of State. slave whom they forced to do chasing begun here Methodist Church The next move( Promising Avocado Sought : nnnday wll}. !Wflft UaowhUlng.1t ,
of the Future Farmer of In humorous ceremony, MrCallaher their work and fight their wars program will be to the) modem plant on theN Juk! loin .l" N the bneentlmsovdr0
America will take pert In a die.Y The In Ume lost not 22 Rolland O. Bell ) Krome r\ t> 4l Jings.J L 'wilk. tart ; tnSOsecngs
was presented with an conqueror officer for the Commodity bite .. ttvb. seats'Year rt n m II x .!
,-;,pay! of fruitsvegetables, o af.nrt"'iI nilpr! { h wya l..,. sane{ y-altet: only' the Inclination\ but'even the 6urawergp0 gtedLVV*>o"V! r.h noalu .181"-OOI; ., "
al\ti g tttftteifiber H '
fide 'I'5lm1'1\ rk "Sttight'TAuibey
Cooke, tone chairman, an .
p boys end ,lrla' 4-H a "chief"* of the Miami'Beach. became easy prey for the tough nesday.shipping A critical has resulted ahortage Krome avt. with the clad rooms i" New tvorado ***dllngi ar* being r-- d Interest i.'i I lateness" t Al 'W's ww.., ??? ,
y'' clubs expect to display handicraft, Lions Club. Talk were made by "barbarians who eventually overran slowdown cars of digging, and i and recreation wing fronting on sought .i-a step toward the!l'maturity, from. January to April I I'location. Finally the big peals
canned product, poultry and W 0 Talbott second president' or conquered their domain sequently buying Seventh it. The building la eel goal! of a year-round avocado In*I The attain I I. being propagated In! will b* UKn, in ell big chunk
t egg PuplU of Us second, third ot the club, R, O. Witter$>t Miami "America he continued "does back 80 feet from the street line duvtry for South florid, report. the Byars' grove by lop-working i se piacUcat to the newlyoon.cretefloored .
and fourth grade at the local district deputy governor, not fight wan of conquest, but to allow for a lawn and laud Dr. Funds D. LIncoln, chairman e>f .ld trees and the budding of, shop and r-rctd
School will Join with the other and Ceo. Cooper of the local club. does fight wan against conquest sniping, of the fruit ,..,,,,mlttal of Florida I young seedlings I Ij I over the three-foot foundation.*
62 white' and colored schools-of Mrs. Gallaher was an honor Americans will never be bringing .100,000 The sanctuary will have an Hortlcullia Society's Krome j "The origin of the Helnlein I pit prepared for it M will take
j the county In a display of achieve guest at the meeting back their conquered foe to become auditorium capable of rating Memorial Institute and horticulturist mango I I. uncertain: ," Dr. Lincoln I two or three day to dismantlethe

menti. Mr. Gallaher now serving ala slaves and do their working FILED FOR 330, ajrhnlr loft, choir room andstudy. < at Subtropical. Experiment lay*. "The 18-year-old parent tree' press end an equal number
Trophy cup for first, second gone chairman, wag treasurer and fighting American like leisure 'The educational'unit' ,will station I II believed to be a seedling of the i to re-erect, M It will Just barely
and third prizes.wilt be ,ottered of the state organization for ten and luxuries, but they are Include 15 class rooms a oom- ,' The stale-wide fruit committee, Mulgoba. Blown over In the I84Jfeurricsne be ready for the printing of next "
respectively for the community, I year In addition to serving the not going toft- a* barbaric wouldbe DEATH IN blned recreational and dining hal of which Mr. Wm. J. Krome of the tree was severely week' Iwue-we hop. l
the garden club and the school local club as president, a* was conqueror have found out and a kitchen A public sddr..M Homestead Is secretary registers pruned and righted to mature The Leader-Enterprise's new
exhibit, Mr. Heinlein says. A tall twister for 11 year several times to their sorrow" system will connect all the roofis and describes promising seedling one and a half bushel of fruit In location originally built tor the
Suit for
$100,000 against
first prize cup will be awardedfor 1(47 and four bushels In 1848 Armour FrUllzr Co. wa bought
to the auditorium. of subtropical fruits for consider
the beat Girls' 4-H Club dis F Osklerkq and Santo ( In I last September from
The parent tree Is located the the Denning<<
The designed by stlon of the society at Its annual
play P.T.A. To See Use of Audio Visual l of Homestead was filed Feb. building was Seed Co. It has
in Circuit Court by Mrs. II M. King of Louisville Ky.. meetings. Owners of fruits thai Helnlein grove on Coconut Palm I frontage of 73:
More than 500 Industrial' atria fret Krome
dr. off Titter rd. on ave and borders
I architect for the board of millions merit and written dt'acrlpolion Just t
a name
Smith, widow of Clarence :
cultural and educational exhibits Equipment in Classroom Instruction The other seedling whIch will to foet on'\ te F. E. C. railroad
Issued the
Smith, Homestead and church extension of the' arc certificates by
are expected to vie for premiums grower be reported at the fall meeting rlRlit-of-wy 13 fret on Flag
Dr. dncoln
and awards totaling more than July 31 In a truck-car collision Methodist Church. The building society eaya"Gpcclally of the horticultural society are ler ave., which become U. S. 1at
8000. A demonstration of the MM 01 strata the opaque projection I N. Krome ave. Hearing of committee Is competed of J. G !:; desired Ire new the Etta avocado of C. E. Good Krome, 1 looking toward Miami,
Exhibit departments and award audio-visual equipment in, classroom equipment vied by Roy Wood In suit I It scheduled for Monday Wynn. chairmen C W. Smith., avocado strains which will mature of Kendall; the Glenn mango of Likewise Kroro av*., at that
totals are: livestock, ",810; collective work will be directed by leaching agriculture. Billy Perkins Mr. Smith died when ; al'I John Whlchard David C. Wll- earlier or later than the RMcoe E. Glenn of Miami; the point merge Into U. S, I looking
community display, $1,119; Miss Msrjorle Whiteside ,*t the will play Spanish record trailer-truck, driven by llama and E A. Buchanan, Lki- grown varieties, so as to lengthen Lucll mango of Roy Pane of south toward the Kys.
project and crayon work from meeting of the Homestead P. T used by Mrs. D. O. Wolfenbarger crashed Into the Smith ton Conner has charge of conilruction. the harvesting and shipping season North Kendall dr.; and the Home The Krom ave. wall of the
Dade County schools $150; Individual ! A. at 7:30: Wednesday evening In In teaching her classes: and John at the Intersection of N. \. ," Dr. Lincoln says. "Varieties carl.... obtained from A. 8 Home present building will be torn down
agricultural and horticultural the school auditorium Miss White- Walnwrlght will play musical ave. and Blscayn dr I bearing imillcr fruits also are of California by David Sturrotk and a new front erected for the
product, $300; 4-H Girls- sid will be assisted by MI. H. records used by Jesse Pearl for A nation-wide market dredwelght Local purchase. have d "rable.l'erlOll' who have prom- of Wilt Palm Beach" newspaper' and 1 two rental unit. .
Club exhibit, $230; garden clubs G. Thurman. Instruction make It likely that the been shipped to point In Florida, Isina/ seedling are requested to The Leader-Enterprise office
and floriculture .$U; individual Use of the equipment t.i teach- Mrs. M. H. Oallatin will present program will be : I Ceor.alnd. / South Carolina for list them with us. will occupy the south 3) fet of
entries of cut flower and potted log social sciences, history, art, slides of "Little Black Sambo" throughout March, he laid. use In federal institution hojpltali 'Since the last annual meeting BOOKS MAY NOW\ the Krom ave frontage Glass
plants $500; women's home work agriculture, language and music with Shirley Greer a* operator support price U 1:20 per and schools. at Krome Memorial Institute the louvre window( and a recessed

and art, $500; handicraft and art will be presented I'Y yarlouiFaculty committee has registered six doorway are planned for lIsa
$100; model airplane $78; open members. Arm Bellows promising seedling fruits-two BEBROUGIITFORNEGRO newspaper office, and plat glass
poultry $300; 4-H poultry. $400; will show a sound film The Castle by SeaBy avocados, three mangos end one show window and doors, for the
rabbit show, $100; and FFA display "Social Science with comments earths 'Originating in. the Red- LIBRARY rental unit
*, $125 each b! y Fay Capllnger and Jennie\ Lu land District was the Byars avo- The present quarter of the
Persons here who have choice Dave Jack Morris and lot Davis: ce d a d eve 1 opal 'dy >t C. B rim of Leader Enterprise were erectedby

plant or flower suitable for display will\ operate the projector., lAM 8HANKMAN a* we approached a tall, Madeira, the Tamcrin and lie Redland rd, and the Helnlain Books Intended for the negro South Dade Publishing Co. In '
are asked to get In touch Mrs. W. R. Bird will present elderly gentlemen dogwood mahogany I mango developed by Herman library. that Is to be eitsbllihed 1823 when the Homestead Leader
with Mrs. Helnlein Superintendent film strip, "Pan America," with (Continued From Las'Veek'' ; ) We were Introduced to The stillness Holnleln of Coconut Palm dr. I near Homestead's colored school was founded by Ben and Marjorie
.of the fair garden club and Joe Kerley a* operator. Jerry Cox We were In the middle of the Sweating, who, In a soft low the gentle death lapping of 6f the the place "A seedling of the Colllnson, may now be brought to Lily Lawrence I Leach Archer who Ire till its ,
horticulture department. County will show art slides for Miss Island going westward.\The Gulf assured u* In a most kindly against waters the original 18-year-old Byars Bow Library for storage, publisher The building and It*
Agent Chai. H. Steffanl head the Helen Pope, and George Sprinkleand shore was visible and the road ner that we were, ; welcome the concrete wall, tie avocado tree It a vigorous bearer announce Mrs. W. J. Krome, large lot were cold IK 1841 to the jfJ
pink barked trees the red bio*
poultry department Raymond Kelly will demon- despite damage suffered In the service chairman of the Soroptl-
First BaptIst Church
was lined with eating and drinkIng fish on his dock.A atoms on the shrub, the IlgrA* of Home- I
IMS bttirlcsne," Dr. Lincoln re- mist Club of South Dade stead to
cabins, provide for expansion of
places, tourist' fishing w* were leaving and ahidow
playing at feet
lodges and tilting stations. Sweating added "Mrs. my port Thr ellptical fruit measuring which I II sponsoring the Count'l the Sunday achool and rtcrt.Uondepartment.
Constitution and Bylaws the two little boats tied to the
AdoptedBy five and a half to six Inches The book' may also be The
"Let's .suggested Mrs. "hue gone to Miami today, but newspaper hal
I 'I fish mooring lifting and moving up
four and half to five to member of
long one over
by
any occupied It line then
Thomas 1 II there; he will on a two
and
Local down, back and forth and
New Hospital Auxiliary Lowry.stoppd clot to shore and you around. Make ,yourself the ealm waters of the sea that Inches wide, weighs up to two she Mil year l lease, which expired Deo.3L .
cent Is site for the 1 II
pounds of which 20 per A library being An extension to March
triedn.rUd: low. Our home. j 1 was
was tretched far and wide sparkling'
seed Very good flavor and Uxtiire bought by the county school
It' constitution and by-latr for Thirty-two of the $23 life hook got .hung on the shallow We turned to the ocean ; In the sunshine, overwhelmed li evidenced by the yellow board, and a portable buildingwill deadline granted by the church and the
James Archer Smith Hospital I bership for husband and mem-I rocky shore and we caught no and drove on a narrow lane me. Enchanted by these gloriopl I flesh which shades S Into green be furnished later. was data met at_the nearestpublication

Auxiliary presented by Mr. W. and ''174 of the annual fish. Near by was a platform thatnn thetea. ; about tween a a thick third Jungle of a growth mile. (Continued on Psge Two) I next to the olive-green akin The At present library book are And Just In time potsibl too. The attendance .
menbonhlps were several hundred feet Into ,
it free from scab and being stored In the janitors
seedling
J Krom and adopted at Friday quarters at the Baptist
)i Harry Jenner membership W* got on It andsaw hundreds emerged in the back yard of Sunday
'withstands wind and cold well Of of the colored school
nlght'i meeting In. the city ball, nan. Of the annual' memIps : of fish In the clear water modest bungalow that stood ProclamationWHEREAS : School (two week ago reached :hr
provide for eight representatives M had been sent by Meg Gleefully wa wera' preparing to lag the ocean. The flat'front B50-an all Urn high-and the,
of ''the district between Perrine Tracy from the Keys fill our bucket when someone appeared side lawn were covered Park "Brass" Coming Here to Study building will be converted Immediately
and Lower Mstecumbe Key to ,' The report of Mrs.John Graves, 'I ( from nowhere, and Informed small crushed coral rock. the Southeast rIot I I to temporary classrooms
serve with the officer a* an advisory linen room chairman" 'showed ui that we.were not permitted grass was. sparse. The Ida Optometric Association ha I Land Acquisition Planning ProblemsNational until I permanent addition.can ,I.
board. Chosen for thl* three and a half bushels of mending to fish there. ground which protruded into found( that one out of two of our be constructed
board were Mayor T. E.: Kirby, 1'. $ don and 60 towel hemmed. 'I "Let's go back to Jewflih tea wss rimmed by I : citizen require professional '--
G. Stahl. Mr*. Krome Mr. Ed Mr Archer was mad publicity Creek" tall my wife, "It I* government wall about four feet above visual car to see properly and Coming here this week-end to, Park. The group will 14. Gov. Uglnt to Visit
mood E. Pacettl, Mrs. F. U. Wells & chairman, and Mr*, Kirby property.; Why, hundreds water which wa level with WHEREAS, adequate vision in- study Everglade National. Parkland say In Homestead and will mate Klwaniaiu! Here Tonight
Mr. E. J. Dial Mix Nalli Tor was appointed to see what could of people were fishing there lawn.A efficiencies! often unaccompaniedby acquisition problem and to an Inspection of facilities of the r'
bert and M. Carter Jree. | be done about having local tomatoes as w* passed!" Urge variety of young pain may b* overlooked unless help formulate a master plan for' park. Lt, Gov Leonard Uslna will b* i ir
Ton Collins was-electail.: secretary canned for hospital sea "I bate to have asked you to tree whoa lower branches special: effort are mad to call park development I* a delegation Congress re-opened hearing I guest of the Florida City 10wanls t
Th other of fleer*. elected On Wednesday Mrs. Jenner re com way over here, and thanlure I been trimmed formed a attention to them : of officials from the national and I Monday on the park land acqul- Club In Parkway Ratau.
at the January meeting are!president ported a total et" U life. member to go back with a.u.In'1 canopy Th sun's rays . he regional( office, report ParkSuperatendent altlon bill which Mr. Beard says I rant tonightAt
Mr* a A. Tibblts; first hip*. In the list of newest member remarked Mrs Lowry "If I could i in from above the waving THEREFORE, t .* mayor tHome.tead. Dan Beard. I Is of vital Importance to the park I the ladle night program W d
vice-president Mrs Belt Archer; are Mr. and Mrs' Frank ae* 'Mr. Sweating, who.also hal l were'dancing on the lawn. do hereby proclaimthe National> Park Service official development. "We have run out Friday venlng..,Plot the HIIIIJtof'; '
second vice-president;, Mrs Roy SUlknan, Ceo. W Turner Mr. a dock on the ocean side, w* The tree were most \ : week of March I to be known will Include Hilary Tolson, assistant of land owner willing to sell and Miami" *a original long composed
Tracy of Tavernler .and treeurer *-, and 'Mr*. 3. R Brooks, Mr. and could go there. He told Mr. Lowry the gumbo limbo with It* u SAVE YOUR VISION WEEK. director, Thos. Vint, chief of I If w* cannot acquire the land w* by Clara (Mr*. A. H.) Sleet
Mrs. Cecil Dodd. Mr, 0. Craddock and Mr. and to come and fish any time H* and red trunk; the llgnum- In order to focu attention on theimportance planning) and Ronald Lee, chief cannot develop the park," h* at Avocado dr. was sung by Mi***
Meeting,, to b* held oa !.alter- Mn.: Landon Camay, an of till wife art such nice people. which It aid to be the of comfortable and iitorlani.From> \ the regional office point out "W* bay the money Phyllis Md Anita Delta MM. *
nate months except foe the vacation Homestead Mr. and Mrs Cecil Ur. Shankman If you will turn wood In the world and to efficient seeing for maximum In Richmond are Tho J. Allen to buy. but the owner art beginning accompaniment was pIe_ by
period !In cummet, *n.datadfor Barber of Perrln and Mr. and back Just a nttl piece; w* mayfind broom or steel la haft achievement In school at work, director, and Stanley Abbott to realize the tremendous Mrs Lloyd DelU. Stanley ;Wrtt-
1 the fourth Friday [for January, Mrs. Chat. L> Cattallo of Miami him by that loge buildingthat In ship. that fall the tea*. and In the home, J chief of planning. Also In the Importance of the park and wish\ kop sang "The Rotary" amt *9w
t March, May September sod No- who Joined to the Princeton I* being painted." wen also a great of THOMAS E. KIRBY party wilt be Edmond Roger to hold on to land critically need- rl[ the Hour" 4o *ccom a mnt
vember. group' . . "There h* Is." the exclaimed hogany tree, among them Mayor of Ifemwtoad upcrlntondant' of Yellowstone id for necessary development | played by Mr*. Wlukop.,
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I CA0TLK BY THE SEA .1's.It A* MM a* w* wr .sled MraVwUng -. land for gmnlian'M! I IIHfflEllIflHIIflllUINIIIUflIV : plMy. nrtyM with all .awtniment Dong -fluM-dMr** webmask gyro-r-----r to f I
The Motored in the front of the i iI' trmtanlaHoaFar (ChtMhlMBirK' ) 11
I I. wa getting. .to**. Th Humid the etory M latad quit a white remarked **
Leader ( turn *MK On) waj wlna; MM tronk*!1I. "..... tangle WM born toLfMo ID Mr B waning. Rut 'I' driver aol.. seeesad .Mil tit feel: .,u..I 011 mar model. P I IUM
: -Enterprise N.." I IfcadOaaKtotlMl Mt noes/.. gg4 tn* aid. wttk <**.. MfluatHjatten .. prectajd dtonNatry kail tell you lk*| later. Let m 20 Years I. held MMlnatnf. Mt lID*<- th* trot Inyan manylfl fl
r-w w .11I .ladle. Mad MM *om dMaite. toIk and sliM JMiirn It O ale),'' h* ..... "Hm! dheebyrd fhtUk. HMfMory. of this paw's H il Ago"Th BOB*. I the Buajpanjwill mamiUlL l I
( Ml gd wr fajhhg onnajailcm .I and Ior\ IIC. a<1uctan)- a crMn iajtoaftial all-* W no on<* b. !wit Mm. Dr : Afl ..odelw. provide the factur a Mtan wagon m d
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II :=- Pis M sew MtV when I .beard. my wife railing me. were rewired to com back th* Hit body become H weak that n* month, auajMiar and' winter m mmH'MMftIfnflllftflInmutffll! ..
J'"I./.hl./. 0..,..,. "Cam knr*. Sam and Bee theetloM i next day and try to find cut tb* became a victim *f lies dtnaii.Hit curled bak4i Ml .f teat ;fromi I Rev end Mrt Ceo E. Announcing; Our Appointment aa :
of rMi. In th* Blear water mytterv of the bland .nd Its doctor toM Mm thai lit hd the shore MI heat *T Ma land
rrvrwM.aW apa.erlVN. I walked up on the dock which esti a very short tIMe to live and that He molded In ........ tho Oeuel Wed Coat have. .returned" from the Distributor ."
a U h* went south his .last month rounded wallf and taataiUe ,.1"
ar14AIICRIa was **in*what. shaky and eanfuny I wat rwtlM and alapt vcr] "Mr*. Lena Knowle lilt<<- p ",
-- tMr.xlNeerSsaW .lttd. down th water little the Tb u*. Would be eialer and that hejhUghl ..pa*. He did not tow* a thing
.a' ra.u. at 'through night lobed the Rain or Shine Club at
: prolong Mi life a few on ;the knid until the outside I In the Redland DistricfFor ;::
which. was *wa *nln| wflfc llf.. usual and un** *ctd *cprlnd lilt Fred Redd bom*. .FreMnt .
;I, month H* Mm her in IMStl wage were Completed. _
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PCIfl1.N Whn I rnlMd my eft Mm the of th* previous diy kept revolt were Mn. Frank U Skill Mr
.' ... .... Ier. I/w. water, I flrft thought that I wai tog to my mind. I was eager for *aera* that this blind gave him -took ai tti* wens," h* Mid Mw Lea, Lehman Mr O J. Hackler :
n.ser, AMUI I n.: tuT ........ Her, not ova* two morning to com I roe eHy new hop md bupiratton. H. *Walked around "'.ook at the and Mrs. frank B. Rua.. ."
o.uryi mm-l 4. Htl' i Ft I* awMk tta/1 :hundred fret Iwo,. I beheld a and at the. first sign 01 day wU mead native plant and herb In I dctfrat. dl..n* III the coral r.HThm -Mr. and Mn. C W. Bridge of' Royal Typewriters ,; olio t.
f. medieval: eiaUe. baits of **d rock stab. healed for the 611..... IIwa quanUUe I dool know the Mcnei > are at beautiful at if they BJakeJjr, Oi, art guecta of their Machines 'a A
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I. Mule .a $4.44. Allen-Wales Adding
M of the plant h* used but I do went the ikttful
IUr i I w eY. s. M In a tropical I antingWhat light In the morning" when I. crocheted by aan-ln-liw and daughter Mr and
r/ ..-.L., m.llE'aned nP1N. eal: ... .4 .4C .to this!" I wondered Mm to the building on the. klghlwy know that h* Wed tt"lot .( bitter hand* of a lifted maldeiM"r :' Mn. Letter Lawrence, . Security Steel Files and Desks 'Had:

r tfen-t. I. : -Who built It, when was It built, and found .Sweeting talk. aloe boiled u tea Sweating looked at masmiled "Mill Emily Fredrick I ts recuperating Marchant Calculators .1 1 'ntKM .
and why wa It built on thli tons lilt to com nun working aft b* "Do you think the (ulcy herb and then added from flu. . .
C ; from the Dig! t s ly Wand by the eer Job. healed Ala utters I Inquired whet "Vou see, mlllioni of corals "One of the largest meetings AH New Machine*-I Year OMraale *' tAMI*
"I im not sura Just contributed
I went to th* hou** and curt
By Anal MirheW nUpilrlrkTiu.tr timed Mr Thomat. H* referred' told me you' wen coming back built the CMtl" Dorcaa Dan ..WM held on the W* Bar CVM7lU fir the OffWe qtrilO
herbs hiv medicinal< valor,, 'u
who have beMtifot .borne me to his grtndm Coyle What ran I do for yetd""Well w long did It take him tobuild t lawn *f the Char Bam borne
that I know | hv tried of(
N1dI.' who Mid that all he knew about I ahould Ilk t* find\ out tome Itr I *>ked. Mr* J.' L. Batchelor was "
them mjrtelf. But In Or Engle't I
You bouid envy Mt rmc eon- I It WM trill a doctor, who was omelhlng about lids blind, fbI (To B* Continued) elected president ;" 3
ease, I believe there wu mart
fI dem. given. a few month to live, came castle, and In* man wilt built it thin one thing that led to hit Homestead Office Supply N !
A tarsal read all they ever do here from Chicago and pent t But would you first tell me tome VI ", '
It file new *ur-
them. lwenty>thre* yeiri building/ and thing about yourself When, and recovery wi ]1919 Dodge on Display at Donovan'sFeatures
I 11 to plaT bridge on '
rounding Out h loved and the ii i
24 N. W. First Street Phone 102 '
planting tM place with l tilt awn why did you' com barer I I
Judge N man by whit h* has or : hind.. ''C>>!. It It a long storyndt PMC nd quiet that toothed hit Low Silhouette More\ Room iii..
nerve After that, the healing I Robber" Stamp Jib Fruiting om' ,
Im- "Sa,, whit I I. Ihl.r t aiked .It not much to telL It wat In !
Itt only by whit h* to.'i plants hid a chine to cure hU mot"
"Haw could a dying man build 1120. W* were maattfarturinj cwuv
Intern) wounds"Just Richard H. Donovan, Home- 'new Dodge hit been designed ,' ',}
I' that alone cm you eitlmit I a Mane cntle" randy in Bloomington Ill)|, and i
f if he it a flop or a wille.iii They are not dying to fait thlpped It ia over tile wotld. W* I then, Bra Swelling and tejd! Dodge and Plymouth dealer from the inside out. to provide .',n.8"h... r I
Mr. and Jack drove
hud
'ra. Coyl more room, leg room and
over her' ," replied Jack with abroad got very tired and- t'\Ultl lick: announces that the new 1949k '
elbow room' H out that
: : ails painted
trail*, "I have known several W* went Kxith lor a rotan ."Her ire my folkt" mall Mr.SWNtln. >4ge, now on display, feature exterior dlmeniioni hive been *
; people who were told by found this .Ulinl. w.. had so .. "Now we will drive to a lour silhouette, greater roominess decreased end that thli will lid 1"Ml ;
their doctor that would !lYe roads, no telephon: na llghti
they ... "
the cattle and w* will tell youth and a .et. )' type engine parking and garage problem Yields
only a ihort tlm. They rim her, and o* drinking water but w. Higher
ml of the itory. Th former custom and d* luxemo4els Seat. have been moved forwardto
love .
and Instead of dying, they got fell In with that plan and !
well in a abort time. But. :you w* hiv mid it our winter home W* look the Mm narrow lane are replaced: by the new further .Improve' the "cradle l
better tee Mr. Sweetlii. He lithe ever inc*." that w* passed the diy before Coronet and Meidowbrook mod. ride." 1
pioneer on thli lel.nd. He Couldn't you' dig weUe1" ', I hid a myiterloui sensation .1 i elm on a IM'i-lnch wheelbase. Wlndihlelda and rear windows Higher tomato yields combined .,"t
t knew and watched. the doctor asked w* entered the tunnel-hka drive A wholly new addition to the hiv been increased In alt*. The with excellent control of Late toIl 1 1Ei
i build Ihi cull! H. can tell you "W* did. but the water In them with Ill Impenetrable sides and lodge line li the lower-prieed new' car features 24 per torn Interesting Mocks about I wit ultyWhat ," '. leafy" roof. Before! we got to the Wayfarer on a wheelbase. of USncbes. windshield area. Wlndihleld Ei Blight Is making "Parzate" Liquid :
Sweeting place w* turned left wiper 44 cent larger favorite with
- --- -- did you to 'or wlitW sweep a per Fungicide a many aor
built cisterns\ and lilted and topped In 'the rear of the I. L> Colbert, president of th area. successful
." Castle.The. told week that "th growers. :s:; ,
them with rain w..... company, this Instrument panel are com
"Can you UU IM '. nething bark border of the property sprayed potatoes are nhl ,
about the doctor and hi*'',rIr, wu lined with, blooming oleander healthy and thrifty. I
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I enquired buihet ten or twelve. feet high 1 I: m
I "Y**, but Jell gtt III. sod rt Another line of imiller tropical! t Field Service Representatives will :tee'
down" : bushes running: parallel with theflowering NEED LUMBER? ( gladly help you with your disease Rill,
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orleinden wu flowerIng and insect problem r'i'gs'
1 profuiely The entrance to '
rata Aaa4 the property wu In harmony with I Parzate-Liquid Wettable or Dust formulationsavailable 'Olil i ,

DARECOUNTY the cut)*. Two large itane columni l.I for immediate delivery. a1\ <

Now.i.see something new! wall. itood widening like tentlneli downwind guardIng Into- Save Sk HereRutherford Finale- llqald IB guaranteed 27% actlv Ingredient bow';

the mystery of the edifice FOR INFORMATION AND IMMEDIATE DCUURT SEIlulq/
Thank to Hudnn'i ytart-abtaJ, icluilv '' The yard wit lined with rows 'lIul'l
"itrp-down" dndgn.rwre'l for e aiet riding FAIR' Of palm tree In the back corner R. W. Brown & Company rllO'jf
UM afuat automobile that
and driving WIre two banana trees, heavily
ever floated you down the road! Head room Starts Friday laden with green fruit. Geaw-rlltll. lit 8elh Miami-Tb*.* 4-1171 ttl.,e
to ui W walked down the arched
per to "''
rot f n Mi eauntryl Why not let all for 10 days rear door cf the cantle which Glade and Grove Supply Company :nett 1,
his in new cart It' nil now i J 1'rInffc.-.ne'
( your your at Circus. Grounds resembled a dottier of medieval '""It ;
but only In the < day And ai we Mood by the ,
N.W.,8th' .' bolted entrance Mr Sweating returned Lumber Company Collins Feed & Supply CompanyN. ::: .j

and ZSth.t. the ator,. E. .4 SI T. Ii:. C. ay.Mhunt .

t..tf ; Hudso _11.-Ji..,.. .t .aww.M.e{- ..:..., .t3md:I .fter".,a. "",!1.btIu:, "lhi1' .)v. Mowry Jlomestcad Phone, 167 : ... FU<-Then* ,.,..s ewfrw .I.IV

I Pr Cngl bought thli piece of -.-- -.-.-
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$2375'12Ip.dta asMW... (and. H. must hiv sear a similar
castle somewhere In Europe.
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only BrtrUanl VliwnrFre t don't know. It .to possible he ;
Ie...*..|..*>| dot hit Inspiration from torn old .
kd.a d.lv..d 1. Mry n.4a.dde THE NEW DODGE THAT
lsa1.Csaa. 44.44wi.mt Anmn uU NU t; painting of a medieval castle. At :
b...M M.4M. any rate, he hid the picture In (
apepea'ad' by his mind, and h* wi ready to HHE
16.! MoJe. D.dpe lot ,'49 UM T*..l* Skrtat take hit dream come tru. ireeommnced : }",
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with a 18-Inch lOUd I: !/
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Thurman Motors Cbltdnpr'aeekrDON1'Mfsl told strong JIll enough h* was to going endur to far make ttn-It .

rheae.1 Hoawtead, ill, TRDade tuna! and to withstand storm.and

hurricane and h* really
did. '

"Imagln I slid, "* mm who
County Fair according to his doctors, hid )lust
a few months to live, undertakingto ,
March 4-13 ,
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:.J Friday, March, 1949 HOMESTEAD ADRR-ENT> RPR>8E t Pate..,.,.. .


SEASON ENDS IN LWly R. Brown Start SUN SOX SIGN L R. Matthew Buried

With ROTC Rifle Team !Thursday In- Miami .

BLAZE OF GLORY Billy B. Brown of Hnaasrtss* ROBT. CONRAD I, B. MiMhax of Miani **e. : :
stand for tic University of Aaabtaaa uw local resident. and ...,1r otI Introducing '.
ROTC' rifle town ftfc. I* in F. Matthew of Hs mel "
FOR RIIS [[
CAGERS STAR PITCHER
im-im detwrt of AMtaam died Tuesday la .Jacksonville at
a snoulder-lo-ahouldtr oa the aw of ft. Funeral amigo
: Redland High School Oi.mondth. Cacoton rifle rang. Broun Robert Alexander (Bob) Conrad were bU Thursday arttntooo to I ,
backs .fiafehed the season In mad a top score of Ml out ofpoattMt a 11-year-old PtrttM bateau Miami. with burial la FlagWr Park
al) I 4M point, pitcher WM aimed& Feb. II Cemetery' :, .
blare of glory mhen they defeated The Bama team will bt host tol by the Miami IIIn Sex who. out- Mr Matthew leaves: hi* wife George Skall
Homestead Grower Jt-H Georgia. Tech and tonight
Friday Saturday bid both Cleveland and De- Ellen; a ion Wesley W Matthewsa
l and Delriy Beach W-M th. National Rifle Association troit _ta. Conrad, who starred Miami; and a daughter Mrs
Saturday ight. Redtend's score district tournament on Apr, I.DICK'S for Ponce de Leon High Sctmol Raymond Runnela of Hawaii. He
lor the aeaaon 1* II victories and last seasons will report to Vro wa secretary and treasurer of the
U defeata, and Homestead'a More Beach Tuesday for spring training Teacher Credit Union ot Miami.
I CAGERS
}* ten victories and nine defeat with the Sun Sox. and member of White Temple
Both team are >in The former Ponce hurler won Methodist Church.
competing
In ,tht tournament Croup A Cats now B underway basketball CAPTURE SECOND six.game A sigh and hinder lost, ho two WM lilt selected Minn. - While living organlt her, Mr the Matthewshelped pioneer FORD CARS and TRUCKSLINCOLNMERCURY ;

U Lake Worth The Grower on the all-city prep baseball Homestead P. T. A of which be
are
LEAGUE TITLE team and ho helped! Coral GablesLegion '
ceded third In the competition, served a* first male presidentTWO
Port win the teflon district t
In which
Key West. Delray Beach
championship In U4T In
and Bell Glad. arc rated tint, Dick's Drive In eager, for the
addition to burling two perfect ,
second and fourth respectively second consecutive year, have \ CONCERTSARE ,
games lad season, Conrad. who
Other contesting team win be won the championship of the Miami -,
U six feet two and welch IIS
fahokee,Gen Lake Worth. South YMCA Municipal Basketball pounds, held the to ,..
opposition an
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Broward and Pompano. The semiLeaguL The Southern Area YM
average of less than two hit per
final art scheduled to be held CA tournament for which the
Friday and the final.*. Saturday champ wen listed, was called game In his other appearance. BY .. '
MALE CHORUS[ "
In the Hometead-Redland tilt off because of the entry of only ..' .' .." ; .(. "'! :,g". ijft"t "
the Rattler led all the way to three teams Vat a jo Scout LeadenSet r--T ""',.,.\ . .. .{-.. 'SY
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The flattened Miami .
wow down the Grower Center quintet Iloundtable TonightA Th Homestead Male Chorus .
Air Base 88-2S Feb. :4 at Miami -. :',
will present the second
Jim Hooker
wa high man for the program .
School toil the Navajo Nation arouler and . .1. ... .,
High paced '
gym of Itt
victor with U point, and Rocky winter schedule Sunday ., .. .
victors with 28 points, and Done clubber roundtable will be held . .
Sincere was high for the Grower. evening at Riviera PresbyterianChurch ,. .. 't. "" t'f.
with If counter. was second with 20. In an unexpected at a 7 o'clock dinner meeting this In South Miami, announce .1 I : .
upset Tuesday night evening in Silver Palm Methodist. Frank '' '
Tye presidentThe
; Dlckt eager were defeated 5114 Church on Coconut Palm dr. Dr. Rev. Bruce A. Cummlng. pas '+ : ' : ;"
by the Miami Muffet Sullivan a 0. Wolfenbarter, dittrlct commissioner tor till not preach and the whole : r :,! ':. : ,
FRED MOWRY\' JR. scored IT point and Robertson announce that a memo sen'Ice period will be devoted to .t. : t. ,. .. At' ..
10. The team was short- bar of the headquarter staff will music.

MADE, LIFE SCOUT handed as Jfrom Clement an isoperation recuperating and- be cub present I leader problem to assist. .In scout and kin Claude L Chip!.,. guest i .1 i" .ht..
soloist, will sing .selection from 1,5.. ,
Harry Bishop I suffering with a '
t "Innammatu Billy Rice; Jr,, :
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Fred Mo Jt. of Princeton sprained back report Manager "Mutt" Walker .
wry Chanted) son of Principal and Mr*. W. E. '. ,h \... \ ,
tof Scout Troop 61, became a Fred Rhodes. With Possessing Still Rico of RedUnd will prtacat two \; ' . 1. \t .
Jf. Scout ..th.. Nsvsjo Nation On Mar, 10 Dick's will play In : ,'. .
trumpet solos The Old Refrain"Kreuler
ourt of award held Feb X4. Life Fort Lauderdale Tried by Pear Justin Vernon ( ) and "Th Lost Chord" _
Scout I II second only to Eagle W Turner Friday, D. E. ("Mutt") (Sullivan) to piano accompaniment
$cofct the highest rating obtain Walker of Florida City wa bound played by Mina HarbinCooper .
able. dilly Snowden, also of th* v. SCOTT WINS\ over to the Court of Crimes under Mr Tye will sing baritone .'
?Princeton troop was mad StarScwul 1250: bond, Walker was arrested solo, "Th* Silent Voice"
one rank below Life Scout, BOWLING\ TITLE Feb.F 21 at the lUll, located on the (Roma). Vaughan Tunnell frill\ be "4Wy t p' . ,
A* the court, merit badge were Florida City canal some three accompanying organist.On t
warded to Fred for safety. mile east of Florida City Sunday' evening,Mar. 13. the I 1
plumbing and athletic and U> Verne Scott of Ooulds -and chorus will. present a program at I
Billy for first aid and plumbing Illinois won the winter championOther I REBEKAII BENEFIT SLATED First Methodist Church of Homestead :
I Princeton scout winning r-hlo fir the Homestead Bowling 1 t
i Liberty Rebekah Lodge will Quartet art being formedfor ,
tt>f badge were: Daniel Burry Alley by extending his slight lead i sponsor a chicken nipper Saturday the presentation of familiar 1 t ;
tor first aid plumbing hiking, on the flnol night I evening at the I. O. O. Fhall songs and hymns say Mr, Ty*
personal health and public health; In a nip- nd.tuck battle for Serving wlU begin at 5 who Invite all Interested mil vvvI
Clyde Rodgers for music and second place Frank McTighe o'clock. linger to meet with the group.FITZPATRICK'S .
plumbing; and Leroy Rodgers for barely staved. off the last-game I
plumbing' Norman Benson Is challenge of Bob Eastwood: "
scoutmaster, The final standings went: Veme .
FINE FURNITURE
1. Lee Smith Jr., and Pat Neaf-I Scott. 77 wins 43 losses; Frank I
any of Homestead Presbyterian McTlghe 70 wins; Bob Eastwood Sig lt"" t
Soout Troop S, were advanced et; Earl Huffman 60; Red Shafer I ISB. Custom Built of Mahogany Other Woods ,
from tenderfoot to second class ; Lyle Winje, 58; Tommy Dolsr I Cabinet Work-Chair: Canlng-KeflBlsblng I' rI ,
Scout .Warren Aiken Is scout-+ 83, Leo s.Mt'Tllhe. 46; and Todd i' Cor. Blscarn Dr. *. kedlaal R4. Phase I14Js I IA IIa
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,> lirlat nrns! Irl asvrrr Wld 0.0001 r sr,.o/iIDANLes the sale of Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars. '

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We are happy to be able to make this announcement. It is '
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a further step in our intention to make of this the finest organi ;

zation of its kind to serve the needs of the people of this area. ;
The most Beautiful BUY /or Perjormanct with Economy
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The most Beautiful ..\\r1.t'l1 )'OU make at th, traffic light, on the hills, on the The moil Beautiful

BUY for Staling, .tn>i8iln! ..j'--.nd of gasoline! and oil mileage at journey'g endBUY/of Comfortwill We, believe we have made steady progress in establishing a .

", confirm jour own dt't'p-teatrd conviction that Chevrolet i Is reputation for fair, honest dealings. It is our intention to continueto

the mod beautiful Guy of all for performance with economy I < do business on this basis and to give to the people of the Red. .

p Jilt most Beautiful( Moreover, jour new Chevrolet will Ictp on giving this finer **' moll Beautiful .j

; BUY Jur Drtringand/ i brand of thrills and' thrift with unfailing dependability, year BUY lot All Round land District the finest we know how. "4i,

. uJill' Lase after j'...r.lor it's aLe only low-pricod car with vorltTi champion Safety .Ito

J' /tt- l.1/i'od Engine, holding all record for mile aerved.owaer
e: aaliiified, and years tested and proved. < George is, trading in some mighty clean used cars on those

great 'new.Lincolns: and Mercurys, so if your needs call for economical f}

transportation, see George for one of those fine used cars.

( New "Duhl!-lif." RivtfUit Brake linings-Lost up"l totNVECE''os Long I Ior . #
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wasps; sewed to brat shoot- by a sptdoi Km* lining w.or or Mart __lie 4nm, lining tf*. i I I.8ond' .
Termo. process rhoroughly tested and Is prachcoRy JovkhJ. OwvroM b the ftVsf, M

proved by mittens of units under ol kinds of lid car Is) America to bring yen this twportoi .

driving condihons.; tetouM Inert* ore no rivets to braking advancement I,
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PIli ;.. HOMESTEAD LtfAtEK-1Sl>mfiRi>RISE Friday, March 4lfH9 ai


IML Vf9mC CL19 H..... Mm C. C My***. Mn.JDSM tfy' Mn. i Byrum.. aft* fc. 0. .}
Mft At HtRM HOME &. MtCrtttF. Mrs Cteeley tampb/lL'Mr.. Erttect .. V.riM Yi '
I launder Mrs KatharineFttHeraH I I"Ml Mi* Ue Freed. Mr* J. MKntolrt .N
1/ I u. a Social Events in South Dade r r. TIN MtOlwtll Juvenile Music' Mr*. QIo.ft an, tfcl Mr*. J. feW i << a 1"
/ OM heM February mecMnSetvrilay at the borne of Gladys . s-
AM H........ Gladys Ann gave the '*
Nofrathy' of Edward Alexander, "
WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD ELECTS REDLAND P.Tjt TO DRAM BRIDAL SHOWER McDowell: Piano selections were
FOR MRS. 0. A. BRYANT i
. presented by Donna Rae Campbell Dr. F. P. Archer Jr. !
FAMILY SERVICE WORKERS '
I !MRS\ EDWARD L. KRONE PRESIDENT I IS GIVEN I.Y MISS MAROARET CONNELLY who played Beautiful I ,
A program\ psrentehlld I rttstlonthlpi ., I Dreamer Karl Harris who I

I' Mrs Edward L. Krone pet to register *ilh Mr*. A. F. Arthur will be presented atI Mr* Cordon A. Bryant, th Ruth Fowler, Mr. Irene Powell, clayed "Mexlce Folk Song and< OPTOMETRIST
elected\ of the o'clock Thursday evening foi Janice Johnson who played
president Woman/a/ to help man the Homettead community
former Mill Mrs Loll OrKf" and Mia
Jacqueline Rodger*, era Mary
dub of Homestead lit the annual booth which 1* to be the RedUnd P.T.A. by Mia Dorothy KnlKhat.IIOMIgTCAD&. "Tarantella" A number of patrlotic Specialising. .m BxtanlneUt ., the Eye eel Cempleit
meeting Tueadiy tvenlnf. Mat operated by the club at the Dade Csson director of the Family complimented recently with conga vre Mini, by Issbell Optical
Herman Heinlein was made first County Fair In Miami Mr*. Arthur Service Bureau of Miami, and a miscellaneous bridal shower by -CLCB SLATES Cordon Ann Bopier Jean Dendjr FreacrlpUea Service
I vice-president; Mrs. E. A. Bu- requested club member* to tub- Mia Helen Leach case work supervisor. Mia Margaret Donnelly at the ANNUAL EXHIBIT TUESDAY: and Roe 'Marie McClunf.
rtanan, second vict-presldent! mil 'recipe for the state-wide home of N..... Aniel Barrow on Sandra Wets* Invited the club DAILY, TCES. mtV SAT.-/:1/: LSII : ..
Mr E W. Burton, treasurer!; clubpooored citrus cookery A brief buslnew session wilt beheld The annual exhibit ot Home-i to meet at her home on Mar. 21,
Mrf E. B. McCarrsh, cormpond-\ contMtMri. and an appeal for new N. W. Second' av..d and lead Home Demonstration Clubs Son drink and cookie weed ( Wet Mewrr 81. RMnetUad ntH Ml

p leg secretary' ; Mat Fred Rhode, E. E. fireta club .....tt.rechllrm.n memben will be made by Mrs.Hsrry white color Khente wa carrier will be held at MO: Tuesday afternoon served by the hostess.Present . ::E-
: Jr., recording I secretary, will present a programat Jenner, membership chair out In the floral decoration and In the ... F. A. clubhouse. besides those men 14a.t
i All I club members were asked the Mar. 22 m..Un"I. man In the refreshment course of Ice The public 1 II Invited. tinned were Jean Fogle, Lou Ann .
cream' and cake HomntMd' contestant are Ivey, Helen Horn. Coy Lou ,
WORK EXHIBIT SCHElHlLtD The honoree won first ,priM In asked to brine entries of canned Qrennell!, Sandra Lovell Tallulah
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BLUE RIBBONS BY 12 ENTRANTS I MAR. II BY RCBLAND CLUB a bridal contest. goods clothing and handicraft to Webb, Sandra Lanier, MargaretAnn
IN ANNUAL EXHIBIT OF PRINCETON CLUB Th annual exhibit of Redland Present, beside those men the clubhouse before 2 o'clock Polk Karen Bishop, Julia Miami Awning Type
Home Demonstration Club will beheld tloned, were Mr. Irene Hughes Monday afternoon Baked foods Dell Klnard, Mary Lane Mac- -
at t 1 1:30: Friday, Mar II, In Mrs Eunice Qreer, Mr*. Lloyd 8. and fresh product are to be Donell and Bobby MacDonelLMr
rony-iour urn price blue ribbons brown egg, jar of green beam, the Lions Den. Mrs R. B. AmIdon Rodgers, Mr. R. Alonzo Bryan, brought to the exhibit meeting. Robert MacDonell wa a
wen won by II contettanti cake. Mill, hive charge of the meeting Mri Raymond Bethune,, Mr. guest
Mr*. C D Smith ]. of shell -- .
In the annual handicraft txhlbl t r CHORAL GROUP FLAWED

of Princeton Home Demonstration I thrift beans,material pickle and. relish rug of I MRS:; CASPER WILLIAMS RE-ELECTED --1 I BY B. P, W. C MEMBERS AT BAPTIST McCONNELL) CIRCLE: HOME MEETS, WindowNo

Oub held Tuesday afternoon In Mr*. Ralph Hunt-potted plant HEAD OF FIRST METHODIST . Mn. John Balf told of wltnestlnf -
Princeton Church of the Mass.. and jar of any other vegetable the inaupiratlona of free- Ada Jackson Circle of First
nine Miss Eunice Grady, county beside tomatoes, green bean, I dent Truman end Oov. Fuller Saptist Church recently held a
agent, wa Judge. The winners hell been. Mrs Casper William was reelected Brandenburg, missionary educes Warren for the Business and Professional program> and business meeting at maintenance cost-no rust
Mr*. J. E. Campbell-Jar of president of the W S. C. S. I lion; Mn. Ceo. T. Ranson, spire Women Club Monday the home of Mrs. Win. McConnell ,
will enter the price article In the Itual life and Mrs J. D. Redd I
fruit textile-painted table cloth. of Fleet Methodist! Church Tue*- ; evening In the Parkway.Plan < with Mr*. McConnell and Mr.
annual county-wide Actilevemen t Mrs R. B. JI.mpton-eolton annual supplies. were made to form a Fnnk Irwin;Jr. a* hostesses no painting. .
at the meetIng
diy evening will be heldon
Day contest to be held May 8 In drew of thrift material, dress of The next meeting choral group to take part on the I Present wen Mrs Jay Newton ( i
Mliml rerun or allk.Mr In the recreation hllU NatB. Tuesday, Apr 5. programs for the district meeting Mn. Mlllard Caddie, Mrs. Peter 9

Mr*. E. C. Crawford and Mrs. *. John Murray-cut flower E. King was made lint vice- !!! jr, 11Irn In Hollywood and the slat meet- Mill, Mn. Winston Csson, Mrs. ',
li I] ] II: 1 When shelter
Roy E. Wlltenwyler tied for first Mrs. Herbert Wood-textile- president; Mrs. H. L. Brtnden- ng In Jacksonville. Ted Parnell. Mn. H. R. Kelly, open provides awning from
place with seven blue ribbon painted straw mat. burg, recording secretary! ; end Girl Scout Troop'210 Fourteen person were present Mrs. Herman L Byan, Mrs.. O. rain.
each, and Mi.* Paul Ray and Mn. At I buslnes session held before Mill Helen Moye corresponding D. Cash, Mrs.. Willard Lewis,
D. K. Thompson tied for second the exhibit member decidedto sec ret*r,. By TALLCLAII WEBB _ Mrs, Harvey Newton' and Mrs Aluminum Frame and Aluminum Screen.
place ,with six blue ribbon. each paint ilssswsr at the horn of Secretaries appointed were: Dan Myers.
Winner and their priM articles Mr. J. U Murray on Mar. II Mn J. E. Jenkins, youth and NARROW AND WIDE WIDTH Only window that did not admit rain during
follow! Mr.. Hampton, horn management student work; Mn. Cecil pied. 113"] "" ]" ] ]] TEL CLASS MUTING 'hurricane.

Mr*. Crwlord-lreth tomatoes, and child cart: chairman:: reportedchilrmen literature and publication; Mrs. On Dec !0, 1848 Troop No WORK SHOESFOR HELD AT MARTIN HOME
bean, several varieties of on coon 1 Id a mseN of c I u b ) :
vest a yw rat Opens 80 degrees-provides full ventilation.All
air
240( Invented Into the .
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tebleb home grown herb*, cook'' ; ; held recently In Miami.; ; MEN Mn. R. N. Caldwell and Mrs ,
MRS A. leader
D. SMITH HOSTESS Scout of America. The Is
lei aluminum tray, tooled and After the display, home made: Cha 0. Martin were hostesses ate glass washable from inside
painted metal picture cookie and fruit juice wen 1 TO nD' .J1 CLAM Mn. Edward L. Krome and the X-Ray Fitted business meeting!\ of the T. E. L -casilj re*-
assistant leader 1 II Mrs Robert placed.
Clan Feb 24 at the Martin home .
Mrs Wlttenwyler-marmalade, served to the 40 memben and Mn. A. b. Smith vie hostessto
loaf of white bread lost of whole guests by Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. the Fldell Clan of First Bap- Sullivan BT InERTS4IIRllq Mn. Caldwell, Mrs. Catharine I
The following girl an members Pickard and Mrs. A. J. Van Mar- Modernizes new buildings and old buildings
Mr .
bread *
wheat plain whole wheat Hunt Wlttenwyler and Miss tat Church at I social meeting
Sue Marie AI-
of the
roll, fancy roll, article made ofsere Horne Feb 14 A congealed salad course. troop: ter conducted I worship service ajjkc.If .
Lucille D Nlsco Kathryn
cock, *
Plan made for
wen a study
material, stuffed toy*. 1 wee served with Iced te*.
Mr. MRS. BARNEH IIOSTEM Present Cann Qladyi Ann Harris, Sherrie course to be taught by the Rev
Ray-cotton trees of new were Mrs J.H Driwdy
Helen O. Home, JanIce -
material, article TO DORCAS CLASS Mr Ceo. D. McConnell Lou Home John H Whitt on Mar 24.
of textile painting Mn L. yor
Krone, Lou prefer Casement
Window,
Johnson, Beth Ilk tu about
Jello, cookie and fruit juice
felt article, wo'tdeltr..)', H. Roland Mn. T. T. Bowtn, Mrs.F Sullivan,
Ann
Mr. C. V. Barne wt hostess Sander, Gloria wen served.Member .
tooled .
D. Mock
copper, variety ot fresh Mn. Jsmw Keith.Mn.
vegetables Feb. 14 to the Dances Clan of W. W. Woodson, Mr. C a Nina Elaine Sullivan, Sue Tomp- present, betide those All-Llto Aluminum Casement
Mr. Thompson remodeled First Baptist Church Mr*. T. D.Plche ''ChrIIU.naen. Mr Lloyd King kin and Tallulah Webb. mentioned, wen Mn. W. D.
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child'. conducted I devotional aervlet. On Jan. 10 w* elected TallidahWebb \ I.' L ;alOME AV!.
garment!, garment for girlunder and Mn. W, X. HimtnocK.
scribe W visitedMr. homestead. Windows
After the business session, a* our Fla.
ten yean of age, purse and Mr. Berne served a chicken Johnson's store and learnedabout READ THE, WANT-ADS
hat mde of straw mat, felt punt, DR. Rl'IHLE firs BFBAKER I tint aid.; .,
clad and
course grant 'julct.
felt picture, and tooled
linoleum painted Mrs Plche Invited the class to 'Dr. Oeo. D. RuehU, We studied fin building and
Other winner picture went meet Mar. 14 at her home. tor 'In charge of .ctlree-I menu planning, and on Jan. SI W. C. BASS & SONS
Present beside those mentioned Experiment Station wt had our first cook-out. The PLUMBING
Mill Maybell Horn*-]*r oftomato
wen can. H. Collier, Mr. "NiUvt Shrub and Ornamental" patrol leaden bought the food,
Nothing*,*, hand-made knitted tweeter quilt.Mr ,. man' T. 1:. Kirby, Mr Miry Alice, for the Coral Oablet Oardtn Club the cook prepared It and "Ihe INVENTORY SALE Excluslx Dealer In Homestead
Brother, Mn. B A. Turner, Mn. Monday aneraoon in the Con) I Cleanup let the table and made
Walker
Martin down C. T. Harper and Mr*. HI t. 1M....' Gables Woman' dub. a centerpiece. Wt all cooke&tour: Epmore Dr. & Newton Rd. Ph. 743-ltI-4

f own hot dog and had some-wwrej Prices Reduced 10 .to 50% ..
.te 1, Box ttt
RACKED HEART TO HOLD I tor_deuert. A line time was-had I ... l .j._. ... L
ANNUAL DtNNU THU1IDAY I MRS. K. LINKE GIVES BUFFET SUPPER I by all. ryW y ,
Now working toward CAR LOADS FOR SALE
MARK
The Sacred Heart Altar Soviet TO TWO BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES I our second we ire claw badge. Man

will hold Ita annual dinner In It* next month Galvanized and Black Pipe All Size up to 6"
Clubhouse Thursday from II10: Mr Kenneth Unite we hottest Honed, wen Mr. and Mrt Daniel 1 1Y
to. t and from B;SO( to I. Feb. 14 at a buffet supper ..uarnfathtr, Mr. and Mn. Donald IIIIIII"! ! "' Bathtubs Toilets Basins I
During the whole day the, In honor of the birthday anniversaries Ilelden, air. and Mrs. Fred Came
IOrle.,'. "country Ito..." will 'be of Mr, Unkt and Mr.. Mn. Lena Link, Mr*. Mn KecertU Radio Sinks Water Heaters, .
open. Chief attraction will be a Bob Robertson MIN JuinlU Talbotl end I.Llhk"1 Fholo Supplies Gas Electric: Pumps
booth of article for btblei and Present, "besldei those III'''- Buchannan.
an apron booth. Tanks Valves Fittings

MR. AND MRS. A. B. IIORNE JUNIOR MUSIC CLOD P.T.A. Sets Bake Sale I $ Soil Pipe and Fittings, All Sizes up to 10" .
MEETS FIERCE HOME
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To .
GIVE DINNER PARTY Help Finance Annual r-fJ
Raymond Pierce and Carl Smith TOILET SPECIALS WATER PIPE
Mr. and M.. A. & Home reeently wen host at the February meeting A bake tale to help finance the 1l/.N !SPECIAL
entertained at a family of Stephen Foster Junior Mu-, Homeatead High School annual, .
dinner party In honor of their ale Club at the pierce home at 14( "Flamingo," will be held by the I II South Dixie Highway i I (Lena Seal) lff".lla %'.17.. iR.IH
house guest, S-SgL and Mn. C. N. W, Fifth it Miss Nancy Crad-i P. T A. from 10 a. m. to lpm.I Sulk Miami 11. DEXO, S Ib. nIL tie
... Bevl of Salina, Kan. dock presented a piano solo, and Saturday, May 11, In the Bird GROWING MAST Fore
I II! ] II "" ] III] I'llvi LARD, 1 Ib. e...... ....Ito
Present beside those mentioned Bobby Jean Stalling and Juanlta Chevrolet display room on Krome WHAT DO YOU NEED IN PLUMBING? Ib. ? ... $L1S
; Gas leaMAST Pore LARD, S Ib.Chedeblt ....
.. Mr. and Mr*. J. J. Smith played a piano duet ReadIng eve M... Fred Suber and Mrs.. I ' cla. bfe 1
nd.J'IOI01 South Miami, Mr. wen given by Miss Sylvia Lloyd Delts, co-chairmen ask Dr:Lennart;;;\ :Hasktn: Come Down Our War IN Ib. bag .t _. ._U4J CHEESES ,
and Mr Jack Leonard of Miami Barnes and Mill Once Ygartua. parent to bring the contributed ............ In *n 1...,..,_I LATINO MASH lI Ib. loaf ___ -" ,-.Iles 1
and daughter, Sue Carol), Miss Refreshment wen served by the cake*, pie and cookie direct to I emav. a-d lopiftRe ae I I HARKOWIIZ ti Ib bag .. .._.._|L1StSCRATCH Nitley OLEO, 1 Ib. --..-. ,tie t r
Johnnie Home and Billy Horn, I hosts. the display room. GLASSESIII HARRY [dice FEED t

l N. E. lat SL, Miami. FW' I 370 South Dixie Highway-Miami U Ib. bag _:..._..Me Sunnrfleld CAKE FLOUR I IIIox
t....... oUt a-an..d ..._.., _.. ,_ .---Ile
\ PRONESMS Fka ..-1Nt Our Owai TEA H-lb. 4Te
.......... .. .....:....; Oar Owa :TEA. t Ib. =He Sonnyfleld ROLLED OATS j
Cara Nome Beauty Week O'clock: COFFEE 1 Ib. 4-... ._ --..,_.__..H :

I.IL bag -.. 4e Ann Fate Sparkle GELATIN J
tto All haven, I for __ .tt

( 'I ; Nowi Overseas Transportation Co. i'

L, i Monday\< March\ 7th through Saturday, March 12th ./ A&PF STORE


10 YEARS'!
t t We want you to be our guest during Cara Nome Beauty I 375 South Krome Ave. Homestead ,

Week without Cara Nome Beauty Specialist She comes to us ''PROTECTION,!* Daily ,Freight Service

directly from AmeriCa's fashion and beauty centers. She is : .

highly trained in teaching correct complexion care and makeup.She m there's Nothing Quite/ Like If... : ,,'

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will talk with you informally about your special complexion EATERS

problems, \outline, if you like, fe program of daily skin Jl9MESTEADMlAMI.'KE: 'iDiii'1 i

care;for.you, help you! select flattering make-up tints, and give

you many suggestions''for' applying your make-up to give the WEST .
Smart new look AS RAN6E i i1ij'S'b.

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'fan ast S Mew I

We have personally engaged the Cara Nome Specialist $ And Other :

and are happy to offer you this service with no charge or obligation . aeaci4hkM vg

'....... on" your part.; . '. .. ; ,_ Points on Florida Keys '

,.?:v 'Phone. or drop in to make your appointment Bring your ar;+ie' $126.95 ,j'v

friends, RSfreabtllenta! nerved .. \ '. Medal "
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Eeq T"'Was PlIe> e'H5-W ; fIN I >

EXCLUSIVE WITH YOUR em
See a for Pick-up Service - '

RfiXALL DRUG STORE :

Night Calls: Phone Burton-Atttwty, No. 244-W ...,.,

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'DiticDrU. Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North River Dr. . i 14
SMITHGRAVESci. i Cease..lssI .... ii :
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house lade of Mr and Mr Kent Bdwln Dando PhriMWpMi\ a4 South Allapauafc. Oordens Ii Caerts
war Mr and Mr Frank tattle Mr end Mn. John Anderson ol 01 Beast yamtahla grow Benj. Warm MftnJfc
M Cedar Rapid. U. Mr. and II.... New (mlnle, lint CLASSIFIED C ADVERTISE ins lend. I....,n '*111IIm.. .
and 1 etc, M paved rilk nv. I 114 mile R.glyMtd Semi F.te4r
In Around
Hat of Princeton cm Coconut Palm SM R. KNIM AT*.
Its lie. .Drtvo. Price\ UMM, tarn Pkom

____ nnnnnn __ _____ Mr. M+May SSTJBurineat -*. Phone Ill

Homestead lot SSMim R_....... .
f Cemetery &Mausoleum 1 1nS RAIl AIM'teIII' i Iii w deem.
I Ave. .... AM a...., adobabyebeve . MISCELLANEOUSTYPEWRITER
27-ft Sedan CruWer on rear, ttxteo It MK.
Woe4lavlt Park Cemetery I Total $.. Mr. MMm, 110 M*.
Mr. and Mrs Wm. WMnwrlgl" Mr. and Mr*. Oeo. Vest M lItO Phine& W. Ilk St, Miami "Pal.n" oajrM fMf.t Mioml. F... Bt-fl. JON All
Ire announcing Ute birth of .n Daytona Beach, fofmif Home. M7'riA (JII'UIoobed
of maontn i mid
eight-pound, four-ounce daughliPamela !!', stead resident, are vUItlng relative t wide eltctloa of cemetery lob ..."'h.... Naw 1817. make bought
: ; and repaired % UI-M, Sax M4,
Ann. on Feb. 28 In Jam here. at moderate price available fromlarge rnom CM\ houae nil modern -
llomtitwd.Grove . (Mitt
Rhece Phan.Slrepe
Archer Smith Hospital The bab, unsold cemetery acreage Rhip-ta- .ImprovwwfiU, $7.500
. born on the birthday annlvci, Steve Trumbull of Tenneiaec Community mausoleum of I.12t, 4: tollrl. galley, Term can be *nrni d. Applj
I cary* of II.''maternal grandfathe rd. underwent! an operation Friday crypto and niche I fresh water task.I400 Shell station, Florid City Farmer mowing. Carl Endued, Rt.
N. Wakefield. Mrs. Walr"wrlght In Pratt Central 1 Hospital In Market (pml-Il) I I, Boa 41111, ItooiMtead, (old
.00. Coral Letrhwoith' place, King hwy
Gable.
U the former Mla Baibtra -
FOR RENT I New 1-bedroom houe. rMnanablahy (tltt)
Gene Wtkefield. Mr Adrlahb.; left .. ,
Sunday DICK BROOKS owner Cash or' .m. Peabody,
Doolittlel to visit In Chicago with a brothel Do not feel that JOG omit be tick before a I I blk. E of Redland rd. on Silt at FLOOR SANDINQ and FINISH*
and Mrs. J.
Mr. Clyde
{ Belle Glade are announcing Ule and aliter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. Prcveotlrt medinda 2-room upstairs apartment .h.re''I Phone 18RHARDENhauling (flltUCDS JNO, In.tall oak and pine loon,
C. M. Norman, and In Spencer, consult a phjildta.
you Frlgldtlra, summer rata Down- asphalt and rubber lilt, linoleum.
Jimmy, Mar 1 I.
birth of ton on
a I It the I*., with a brother-in-law and ii the medic watchword of today tain porch: apartment Mrs home about 1 year old I I Day ph- 5I1-W, ftltjht" IIT-W.
The baby only grandio
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: sister, Mr and )Mr, W. a Medlar Maud Chandler, Silver Palm dr bedroom! dun, fireplace, Venetian
lot Mr and Mn Jams Doolittlvof Tb pbr daD U more concerned la keep west of Tennessee rd. (mltf) landacaping.topeotl blinds, knotty pine walla
PerrinoCot. Dr. and Mr; H.: D. Copped potting Soil sand, rock' large lot Price M.500. term. See WE DO reliable witch repairing.Wood
and Mrs. Lull Coppedge of HI.I. .- tog; fo.i la. good keeJth than in finding yea I IilL Ml. Ph. JO-R Write Rt. 2, Box KC1IOK: : JORDAN, rag. broker,, Jewelry McCrory' Ar
and Mr. P. S. WooJwtr lead were guest Sunday at th Large pleasant room by day or 11-A, Homestead. (fU-mlt 1)) Ph. 7J.. tide. (aMtf)
exuninttlon it the belt l form of week. 178 N. W 4th (t Phone W. Kings Highway
Of Atlanta will be week-end hous home of Mr. A. S. Moye.Mr. A periodic physical (ttSroom )
guest of Mis Mary Jackson and S70-W. (m4-ll) IF YOU HAW: anything to MB
her father, Dr C. P. Jackson and Mrt. Wlnfred Owen* health ioiurance you can buy. If your phyiidan tkinkiyou BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS. ivallablet furnished house, tat Ave or It ;IOU need anything visit
and amall son have moved Into doDO Cabin, twin bed, private bath all tune\ Homestead Floral the Swap Shop. We buy maw
It. Yo Ph. I7 -W. ((631 1-U)
be will CM and 4th st
mtdidix prescribe
need and Gin 122 N.W 4th
i Mr. and MrTcyTde: ; }I. Henderon their new home on N. E. Eight ; overnight or weekly. See ECHOE Bhoppe, it. tress In good eondlttea, stows
of Hempstead, L. I. arrive at better than to bring your preicrlpiioa. to r* for JORDAN, rag broker, W. King cor, 2nd ave. (a2lf) New CBS house CS N. W. 17th st tea boxes, etc. Th. Swap Shop
Tuesday night to vlalt with Ml r. Highway, Ph. U.-... ((f21)) -41tf Krome eve Two bedroom, II' S. nailer Ave. Homestead
GeoAlbln
r 1 Henderson' parent, Mr. mMrt. expected Mr. and to Mr arrive* today, for are a prompt. profcisloaU icnice. Good rock till delivered within all tile bath, tile kitchen, porches, Phone 467.NEW.
Small cabin, a 10-mile area of Homestead cathedral living room,
Frank M. Hendorscm of visit with their cousins, Mr. and I room completely cypress
Princeton. I furnished hot and cold water, JM II a yd. delivered Southeastern MMO cash, $40 per month on I
of Coconut
Mr John M. Brown AND
HOWARD JOHNSON, Th.. 0. a month. On Redltnd rd, Rt. 2, Rock C*. Ph. 772-J, (MBit) balance Dr, C. F. Robinson, Ph. ROOFS
I | Dr. and M-;:;: Guy; Oil Brew Paw ,dr. Box J83 (J28tn"Jerry >9T-W._ (sitf) HOOF REPAIRS

star who tie spending the tcatoi Mis Jonnle Mae Hamilton ShopAIR CONCRETE BLOCKS, ..1.Ir.\ ...
Glades Ron roofing, gravel, shingled,,
r In Avon Park were in Florida City; pent the week-end In Hollywoodwith Prescription Mower Call Doug at Bruce' Block Co, Naymja. Fla l-bodroom( frame house on lot' tile and metal root ,",tailed,
S few dsy this week louklni, her cousins, Mr and Mr,. HI. 110 N. W. 5th It (uhf) Phone 173. (J25-tf) 10x150, 17 N. W, 4th st, Home 'Guaranteed workmanship by 1U
.,/property Interact there ; Ceo Mikell. deed Ph. Miami 3-tlts or see I'massed end Iniured roofer,

i Howd: '" mldel Recent guest: of Mr. and Mrs' CONDITIONED. I I new half-ba/ cement mlxerc FLOOR SANDING and FINISH owner at 1041 5. Miami eve, I ,FREE ESnMAn:50Box :
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While L. Johnson .r. Ruley Thleneman were Mr. Ph. 14T, rower-Crow. (m26tf) ING. Install oak and pine floors, Miami JI4lf) I
,; plane trip to Atlanta to spend' Roy( McAvoy and Mu. John Bud- asphalt and rubber! tile linoleum. 366( Homestead
'Sunday with hi* brother, GtraliS
dl of Miami Spring Day ph. 511-Wj: nights 187WHomestead DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU SEE
Johnson, Mrs. Johnson and I When in need call on us.. FOR BALE THIS WONDERFUL HOMEIN Guaranty Roofing (,o.Phase .
their daughter, Janice, tailed I li'Miami S-SgU and MM.;;: ( .' Bevl for PORVENIROPEN :
Co-ClI
Glass
with Mrs Johnson( Mlunl
to leave for their 4-St4
Monday
expect
... FOR INSPECTIONSUNDAY2
all purpo. We do steel sash
brother Guy Austin Recent home In Salina, Kan., after a Stork Line baby bed, Innerspring \to 4 PM.
N. Krome. Phone 173.
glaring 201
guest at the Johnson horn( were visit here with Mr*. Davis'rotherinlaw I maltreat Good condition. $20 52 N. W. 20th Street floor Sanding and finishing.
Mr*. Sewell Harlln and Mn, > and sister Mr. and Homestead Loan Co. May be seen Ml mornings, J. B. 2-bedroom home with carport, Asphalt and rubber tile Phone187W
Cabal Cassity of Glasgow, Ky,., Mrs A. D. Horne I Sharp, Avocado dr., 1 black east Will build 2-bedroom frame porch, tile roof ft- (mchStt)
jaloutled
"who are spending the winter I In of Krom. (m<) house to "dry tlnne" for $1710
Miami. Mrs. Cha Brock and children, Phone Mrliunh 7H3-R. (f8)! ) flar-llned cloiwt( and many d*
t Beverly Ann and Jimmy, left this 205 N. Krome Ave. female German shepherd pUPPle.,1 lux features, GI'i can get unusual I SEE: AUX LANIER for wU

; Mr. and Mr. J W. Engllsl week for their home in Port age C mot 'J5. Phon Substantial frame building of termulCOMPLETELY drilling. Corner moose ave,
moved Monday from their apartment Arthur, Tex. after a visit here at Collateral Loans-$30.00 to $300.00 (f25tf) Dade County pine and 2 lots FURNISHED and N L lOlh it Phone 838-W,
In the Semlole( Theatre the home of Dr. and Mrs.. M. A. I on corner 100x130 ft., high land I
building to their new resident1.ln Berger Mr. Brock il M,.. Berger Electric wrier pump, 40-gtl. tank, In Florida City, Can be easily 3-bcdroom.1 lot home with school garage A I irrw EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
\ Civic Center Addition. *. daughter complete., Sllvestro Ferrari, Blhst remodeled Into comfortable home. on corner near for member and employer
- : I Ground with royal' REAL BARGAIN nt $7,800 'I Service free Ovid Sullivan, em
Mr and Mr;:*: Ray Smith of Florid City. (pm4)) landncaped TERMSI
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Webb re palm Reduced price for quick I plomenOWM, N. Krone udIth
Lakota, la., arrived yesterday to
turned Saturday to their home I In tale. Term be arranged at Phone '150.
!
23-ft Chris-craft. 1147 model 2 can
visit at the home of Mr and Mrs.Frank Inn FEET U. S. No I FRONTAGE I
Dawson, Ga., after a visit hen bunk, toilet 30 mph. $1/50,1, I '
M. .Kent Other recent ONLY $4.800 00
t.llh Mr. and Mrs A. Frank Webb UBNErMUNERAI2JHourAmbuiance See Radford at Homestead Bay ALSO 2 fine residential< lot In
and Mr. and Mr. Chas. W. Lclbj; ..................................... front Park. (nets) Ponce de Leon .ubdlvi lan, tract of well-scarified I' WANTEDVranid..Plaret
JAMES ARCHVR SMITH Homestead, on comer 0tal4t\ ft, 5-acro .
land with fruit tree*
some
Mr. and Mr. R. D. Snrll or HOSPITAL NEWS Pulverized muck. Ph. 525-R-4.fl5lO tBOO. Phone 887-W or 474-M-2 +

Nashville and R 'W. Snell of .........Of......................... ( ))I Homestead. (m4)) on KROME AVE., $1,350$. and : M companion,

Memphis have*been vis!U tig.hen A daughter wa born ,te1Mr. s\I, Service \\Jti &: ; ". .: .III, .......1 ... tMUMkeepm"' Russ Jor .ld.r..,. Jly
with relative, Mr. and'MuSam; ..Godwlri'ofhomestead CUEST.JlOVSIooCll",Coevabtteat *> I J pram or Children. Ph.357-W (
Mr
and Barney (
and Mra'Edo:
Davis Mr. I Home opportunity! week-end or after I p. a\, I IntlDDED
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I and Mrs. Maud E. Chand on Mar. 2. CremationPhone
r .LI. daughter was K" r- CABINET SHOP J COMPLETELY FURNISHED
On Feb. 2? a CROUSE & BURR . .
born to Mr. and Mr*. Henry Jolly 270 Homestead, Fla IIbedroombath home with .., '" ... .
2,000 ft of arreenedpoixhc
of Princeton. tone than
= Mia,, Mary Catherine Subcr, Builders and Remodclcrs *. FURNI&IIFD GUEST CITRUS
A;/ senior at Florida State University COTTAGE and double garage AVOCADOS and
"11be\ home Mar. 21 to beglrFtjx
beautiful
I week of Intern teaching iihistory Fine Woodworking a Specialty are Included on this MANGOSOraameatala.g
at only 28000.
5-nrro rove
l I ( at Redland School under 1
; |dire direction of Edw. Baumgarlen Electric and Acetylene Welding all kinds.CALKINS' ., r.t

,She will receive a B.. S. degre( I RICHARD FUCIIS
In June. BILVEK PALM DBIVE-ONC MILE WEST OF U. 8. 1 r

USED CARS AND TRUCKS. fhon. 311W1Build' Registered Broker Sunny GroveNURSERY ,_
h; Mrs Betty Frlel and M'u' Fran I or John H. )Hilt, Salesman I
iVes to leave Sunday -
expect
Hargrove 'h. 446 or 7M-W Tfi. Box 60S I (
home In Philadel- I ) .
for their I 1111 Welt f Florid CUT
i phi after a visit here with Mn - d' Member of Chamber PHONE: IU-"
Frlel' fattier, Chas.,W Lelb,.end r of Commerce

Mrs. Lelby.i 1916 Chevrolet 2-Ton; S W Base; Stake Body I ----
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DuBol of Jupltei II
'I i Mr* Henry v
,pent two day here this week

.I t "tD.visiting Tower.here mother, Mrs. Jane I 1946 Dodge 1'/.Ton; Flat Body; New Tires II I I r Job Printing



I '"'t Mr, former R. L.:resident Godwin;; here of, Scbasnfltn. I.I vie- 1944 Ink l/' .Ton; Flat Body; New Tires I Field Crate Stencils

I .\\tin, at the home of hereon and I
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs,. PHONE 1I8-1|
;l ,Barney Godwin. 1941 Chevrolet I'/-Ton; Cab and Chassis I .

J Mr -Smith of Decatur,. j a Florida City Press
Grace
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HI., Ia I visiting her. with her son- 1941 Chevrolet I'/i-Ton; Flat Body; 49
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i in-law and daughter, Mr and
I ,Mrs. Jamei E Kern.

I ? t Mr<'and; Mn. R. H. Graham 1939 Chevrolet,, 1/-Ton; Flat Body i "-I'
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have returned to Karanja}! after i : \ i ''M'' S\ll -
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,on-ln-law lilt In Gainesville and daughter with, Mr their and 1940 t International I''/-Ton* Flat Body GENERAL <. ELECTRIC

Mr*. Cheater Yates\ and visit in .

Plant City and point on the west : ANew J SALES MID SERVICE



a' oastPROVOKING Trucks In Stock With Our LumberIt's Radio and Appliance Repairs

I and INSURED
'PERSONALITIESii LICENSED.
r i. ft).) CONTRACTORWRIGHT
the safest and cheapest in the long run.

QlaI \? L l'/.Ton Cab and Chassis-3 of this model
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makes for
timber strong support
Strong sturdy ;
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", fANAtICP.f 2-Ton 2 Speed Axle; Cab and Chassis your home-your walls, your floors, your beams,
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else where quality wood Is needed. Krome Ave. at First SU Phone 288-W
) ;. : ?Pickh ;, "t '. "" ':'.tf/1 ,, *. ', "; ( and anywhere -.....,- - - .-..... -

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rays aaroL0"sSUe."N0se1j4'o' tr \ ,', Hardware and Building Materials : .
's ;wltfe.a..el..WTIWR..r FlANK L. SHU Owen Roofing of AU Types
Years With Chevrolet
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11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 277 Solar Water Heaters :

Sheet Metal Work


'Bird: Co.: Air Conditioning

,Chevrolet : Fan Ventilation .
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V. r eta GAMBER FLOOR
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I ii WITCWEi'i, C: Chevrolet Oldsmobile Inlaid Linoleum Broadfelt and. Carpel Mater AncwdGeblesFla. ....:
HARDWARE co INC I lit X. W. ** Ave Or*.U HUn BekMl. I'heaa 1SI ...
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ht6 HOMESTEAD L&p&fi.rr R $ Iid.p, 2 arch i J


Coed and Bad Landscape Art Shown Martin on U8N Crake
I Of MeKmacM Sea
For Art Group at Exhibit Meeting I .,
Greet Lake. 111., liar J- FOR SALE!! i '
George U Martin, fireman aeprentice. >
Prank J. ReaseUl. Biefeaaor atUnateape r II ahould be made to ault the UCN. sun of MaryA. 4
architecture at Unlterally family Interests and It ahould be Havana of .......... Fla, lacruidng
of Miami compared .bane t M large. aa peailbla."PtanUnga Mediterranean. part .
framed !and backed by tree to a I ahoiild separate It while serving" aboard. UK aircraft
picture property framed when hi r rrea the front or public area and carrier USS Midway with the
.poq to UM Homeatead Art ClulMonday I even heavter planttnc should Sixth Task Pore, under the cam- Most Central Business Site
night The meeHe WM I make. 1II\ separate a* church mad. of Admiral Richard L.Conolly. .
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held la Bird Chevrolet CcmtMnjiaouth I and Mate from the aerviea ..... .
dtepUy room where the I "At the end of the main axis.
club bM OQ exhibit the week UMItiMt ,, of the outdoor living room pre Ikta'g Dime) Drive Nets
IrtveUnf clrtvll drew rt ferebly straight out from the I "
the Florid Federation of Art atM I door or terrace, 'locale a feature $.128 at Iledland SchoolA
Men a collection of palms*I''I cud" a* a pain dial, 'pool, fountain total of MM" wa realized
by Ioral l artfcrt garden houae bird beth or outdoor in the March of Mme campaign '
Utter two M! Minor vase. also Available
Iii the" croup we fireplK in Homestead
aponaored at Kedland School by "
painting by Simon 0, Helatertnaa -I need tl. accent! of point of In- the Beta Club acttwl. honor ao n 'Ice
cf Silver Palm dr.'who li tenet" Professor Ramoldl) per* clrty. Mn. Ceo. D. Polk' fifth I. .
nationally known for her fabric Uculariy warned his audience of
trade rated lint with contribution
tfealfn. Shown also are oil ,.11It- the dancer of having too many .. .
of Ml !
*
Inn by Mr*. Win. A. Myrphy, points of Interact In a liven view ... -' .. .
Mr*. Frank Webb Mn. Lonrrie Mew Fred Sober spoke on early ..
MRS McLEAN OPENS: SHOP '
.)load. Mr*. Maud E. Chandler, American art
)In. Ralph Kbigman Mn. A. C. Announcement wa made that Mr. Janle McLean U openingan '.
't
MlUer end Max Simoaon; paateb the dub I I. enrolling member for orchid slop on Saturday at I . L'I'
by Mss Wilson Lovell; and neck a 10-werk clap In painting to be 8&20 larding ave. In Surhid.r .. (
tie and a scarf hand painted by taught by Jarne Eaton of Coco* ; .
Mr, Slmpaon.Mr. nut drove, .
Ramoldl explained the Mrs A Frank Webb Introduced -;;, '

principle) underlying home the speaker, and Mr* Ralph II. t1.I : ', i"4 '. ::: ;
i grounds dealgn and alwwed, Dime pmldenl. prealdvd.At .. i- .:. '. >
through the UM of colored elide the clime of the program L -.I I .
txampler of good landscape art, Mr Hcliterrnan and Mb Helm
BRAKE SERVICEImmediate
Ip the Greater Miami area ai well Pope served fruit punch and .
ai numerou "horrible example, ,", doughnut, : ; '., '" I
'14 our borne layouts he said I The exhibit\ li open every afternoon Service BunTON'S WDIIOnN! : BU9
'"we ignore the outdoor living and It will f tie open all YY'DCPT
.
''honVIouII'I here In South for.ids .''day on Saturday Vision* are STORE I CO. ; STATION '
I, we can use an outdoor living coming from I' far a* Miami'to .
dean ten or eleven month I rear 1.eo the show report Mr.*., dune. Reasonable Prices i ..
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t I 0 W R y } . !' STZTI.R.E.EiT.: I 7 .'t ,
rr iIk Shells Letter from England Quality Workmanship j ,
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: I' 'Features of Soroptimists' Program ea FIRST I ...,, '.'' '-.'!" . I ,i, . .. . .a ,
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ENGINE: OVERHAUL I NAT'L. BANK -
i Speaker .t 'fooda,'* luncheon collix-ticm of aholl that Included I 0 f .

: ffif )'be Soroptlnriit Club of South rare .and first beautiful letter received..-lmf'lII.Th. .thtllomrslcai o .. .. .. .. o A
I by I MOTOR TtME.fP ll
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Dadf County wai Mn HowardTeaM Lelsad3
) oiganlutk from I III"alater' I I
I : of Tropical' Shell Shop wholame ,\ club the Svroptlmlcl: FRONT END!\ o ALIGNMENT ,d, Receaty S /, '/', JroJ '0Leaned
to Florida an Invalid and Club of Durham England was an
/bind' health while gathering Interesting put of the d.,'. pro' PAINTING 0 ten N Tan r ,
!\ ehe la She brought with her a Vim o I JBullding

BODY ANII rENDLR:
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WOODY The HiiiMcr'H. Friend BEAT! : COVERS I

inioijtrERiNQL'NDI.RC'OATINa o I . ,
WHY GO TO ALL THIS TROUBLt o
WHEN YOU CAN GET THE BtST

BUILDiN5 MAT RIAL5 AT o ..... Z, ,
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BUMPER SERVICE. ; 140 3 Only
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tIRECEEERVlCE: e : / v $8,000


I Bird Chevrolet Co. a

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I II.[ B. Davis Paints / / "N' .. ; -" .7" '" i : -. '. ;}:: ..
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J Brooks; Inc. .

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I e Nearly 84 feet frontage on Krome Ave. ,


: Se ilr 0de Equipped! t Completely Grove , .



j YELtPnOM N' *. 111 I CaretakersRQBOX3. e Ideal for investment-value certain to jump when build. .

TWO SHOWS DAILY 1 sad I P. MATUKDAY ,
I
aad tfNDAY ewiUaMn S till 11 ;
Aimlaaleau Adalta Night'' teat MaUae: lull. S > a* ). Ite.C I S
Udre.i ..... tell hi tea te twelve, ,... (Tax '*1.....)- I'II I / ing starts on adjoining property. '.1''

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Last Times Today: "NOOSE HANGS IIIGII" Pheae 11-R

ATVRDAT. Mart I-DHbIe Fuels ,.,..,.. IIOJliI1'EAD. FLA. ., .' ( '

JOE YVUC RENIE RIANO In site for store office ; J
or
"JIGGS AND MAGGIE; IN SOCIETY"Look e Desirable income property as

( out below NauMUgetting en Jlgg to In bad and

And JIMMY WAKELY, CANNONBALL) TAYLOR In building. Sign on roof would be visible to traffic on
U. When You Need
THE RANGERS R1UE{ Try ., .
(Texas Rangers outlawed by crooked politician)
A Haircut

RITA$HAYWORTH. ORSON aad MONDAY WELLS EVERETTE Mar 4-7 SLOAN In Share or U. S. 1-both from; Miami and the Key-sas; well asA ,:

THE LADY FROM SIIANG1IAPThl Italrwl .__ tie

( I* the story of a reckless woman. No man waa ever are Shave. ??., lie "' N. Krome Ave. and Mowry St. ;//i.' ,
of her) tkii> e (Medicated) .. LNPaelal : 'on ,
Added, ].Kilty Caddy! CarteeMtnaaM! paradba," CalunbUSlMrti Pack _, TMMaaaage ; '(" 'i I : : ,l f fir.r,. :, .
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TVESDAY sad WEDXEROAY: i-1 .
JEANNE CRAIN: WILLIAM HOLDEN. EtAfirND OWEN la"APARTMENT C..Mntiee Ihel.t .__ the 1 t All! Broker Protected .
w FOR PEGGY" I'MIa _____ lit _.,
IA down to earth tory oC young V>v 'a eattie-ln-tbe-alr. It wIllMdedz'MyitarMe. KtajSe Trim __ I" '\ ,. 1 ; To- ''';;' '
five your heart! t new leaat on life) .... '
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Btrma...." OMtoeat "Marth at ToUniHe *,- (1'1&II) i
Cellar Oferla".
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TllfRSDAT and FRIDAY,Mar. 11.11 HOMESTEAD l

r f OIOC POWELL-STATIONS JANE CRIER WESt"BURL IYES In Barber SIB ;


':(When a min fight a woman, rule go out the window.. Tou n
guy Powell dangeroua Jane Orcer) or.per DaD
.dedr. XMna* PUU.Cartaeau.*.. MrWdy," ."OUec1: 34.N. W.xTttrASt Phones: 2 er 404
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t ataaWtay eel ......,.M.,. 11-llt. "Aai lueeeat Affair
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