Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 18, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00652
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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JI> The Redland District's Reliable_NEWS paper_ Since 1912 :/; '

HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, nuMA: CH 18 1949 ) C .'
36th Year No._11 0: nu f


3 NEGROES, 12 :' I I 1 ... p NIAYML SIGNS '

WHITES FILE ,.. .'. ... ..." ." ( I'. .. :::: II 1 ,; \ BE UP !-;

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AT PERRINEThree ",.f 1'1" in, so. iF N 4. "I J DAYS 'J
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I negroes and 11 whiU' men I '" !'itI", ., ..;., .\I ':, ".. I. @rY t4 I "" : J'" 4. l..uhrylnlZ! ; road sl.n for the ",
I' \
were In nomination Tuesday ai \:, \ .... 7J ,h I' ,. RHIuiul Uiitmis J I 60-mile ertnltroute
i candidates IB the special Perrine ", 1 ./ ,. are. expnled to W erected

r. ;t election Mar. 28 to replace the .. \ ". . within. the next ten days, reportIlenaan
.) c,. II.
lour commissioners. who recently: Kelttlein& betuilUicallop
mAry .
j, l resigned at a result of Internal DISTRICT 71 i.l.nw: o .= and Improvement cbajfman for
; dissension. The candidates, each I It All South Dude. (Hrrh> flub which!
i Dominated by a petition signed by \ . ,- cow-elved and eet.bUshed. the
15 registered voters, hive five A ;
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iays-to accept or reject nomination , . ",' '" j 1""V' '.. ,- r prmMoii< war tetrlved Tue" *.
I : says Mrs. Edna Tyre, acting .- -- day from the state road depart-
\ City clerk. ; : I nient to erect the prcpod round
The election also will determine . { .1 I, : I J :. aluminum sign on etrelpiuifiiunUatlunl \ a
i '1 f" : ,., \ along the
., h whether Perrine will continue ai -, I I Mate itwda. !
I a city or will revert to the county. j) 1f)< I .";, 1 I.. I "1"-' Similar" nathorlaUii. / hvB already ( ;
'J. MongO __ been given by the county\ road 'J"
4 A two-thirds majority vote will ) ,.. ",' / M i.'a' "
7. /
4 .4. ....oM... department .
be .
required to dissolve the municipality. j .. .. ( i' i
I' : tY.j. The icenie t-oute, designed to T
A second I.. 0 publicise the oft-overlooked attractrons '
: try for the commission ,
Is being made for Ben Shsvli, '/' Q eM.i er ...:... ... '. or... of the district's rich \
negro who filed In the initial . .'" r .. .. ;1: .0. ...." farm and Rrove' lundi It de-tribed
Perrine election but withdrew hU v. hIf[ ..:. : In the club i iivdhind t)i.trlt

candidacy as the result of pro .i .d' is\ ... ... ._., : it-- Scenic Guide. More thou 1,000 at .
NA.A'' the > r
test. The other negroes are A. D. ? riiek-papt'r booklet, each .
I'1 Coleman and Neal Shackleford. J.'fPI\KJNf' (4I'f\UI' e '. : with an atlnrlicd map,tif tilt ReoV ',

The petitions for the negro can IN, \ lA'' A . ) 'I 1 (:' 1' 5; .. nAr Inns) District yoie" rtlHrtbuted! at .
I .didates were filed by a white MI- 1tntlotl it- a, r ..loJ'-it' .J ) ys v I the Dildo County' Fair whichcloMid '
ami attorney, Richard Booth, who sons ", u penn J : ,, .. j ,' .:'i 1 Sunday 'J' 1
I aid his father, John Booth, had '\ '\ '. -T "\ "L- I \b. (.". After a brief .ketch by Purtc ,
\ been employed Perrine negroesJo : J t -... .. \. ; 4 : Superintendent Dan Beard! of the I I
represent them in the elector) :, : ; 'f v-: / : area': prime:, attracUcn, Rr sglades
: Among the white nominees art r r ., ,9- I yA Nuthiiial Park, Die booklet Klaunrhe -
I (Continued, on Page Two) H. fMwaI b t'IW tl Into a dnrrlption CI' 30
EE"\54 )( ".Iallol" of pniVnimuit Intercit
along the 80-mile scenic route.
Lhe I I II
j I\ WATER' A / ,wfliirri . The traveler Is littruduced to the
. TABLE IS' .K. ... J ,. , .' .. ;" .. ..: Redland I District at Pvrrlne sr tIC tI. t-.'

..1L'l routed! down the Fttlrrul Illpl 1 .
WITHIN\ FOOT OF '/ \, ; way through Couldi and lYnie<
/ : I ; u, : I-' '' .,i 'if! : 'I'\ ton and then westward Into the

!.o'l tI" .. {) li' ( ".."... rich grove Hvllnn
SEA LEVEL HERE : '. '1 "" "' .1 The Monkey Jungl", RHUiHklMtrlt to

k' .. ', ..... r I oJ I.;U.'I\L--I '\ .. '. .\\ijJ,;. i l' Llohs OluiJ, Silver lain' .'l,..,
t. III ...tiJt-, Ii> ] ...... ff-k< r.; : Methodist Churtl)) and liedlagd'vie ,
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a may face serious :,.;. I "'sa: .M+sea'.l' ,' .
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salt water Intrusion In April, says iftJr school H tnr vmiwnuiaV1! are 1
A M. W. Oallatln, sail chemist: at wera' I.x 1aIN I. 1I1)1; ) 1.1' ., ," "" ,liolnled nut tlfthe'tn""tr sl..>nn
Subtropical Experiment Station. c. -.r I ( I" -4.- ,'I.. ;.. "f.. .f with thriving ll\M and nun and
4 The situation I II ".tlllin hand. he ...... ,.. . .' ; ..- .. I'" ..1' avocado" : urn von.', run. p.'Hiii: \ sodrxutlu
says, but the continued drouth Is O J III"' ..... ..IIU ....fw.;- ...".. ; .. {:;,\ _. ... fruits The ItinviAry. takes
'resulting In a'' steady falling ofi f 'UI' ... \ In the Drdlnnd Uxlrirt: Idlf and

I i the treat water table Tests at \.-. ....... ,.. / .. (CiHitliuiwI( on Pigs Two) .

1, i Mowry the corner st show of Redland that the rd.fresh and =.. T .-= ''I S' nl ,\1 n ..,.._ .._ : 'I :<. ,'" : SPEAKSFOR

j water table Is less than a toot KEYES { ,

i above sea levelPermanent I I ...wrb ( n. !roo..Y. ..ew !# MN ; : 1t/ torwr

I' dams were closed .... .. ( )"
-w' -- HOLO! : MERCER AT
t tightly on Thursday of last In all the canals from Goulds r ,,
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southward .. 1.: -L MSfr. ,
to Florida City to pro- I ; r I ..n -A/WY M. : FTFGA MEETING
tect the
rich farming lands. Soil .
I .....t ;J -- Aft ,' l'
samples are taken to determine ti .
e monthly Jf.. ?I-Z i .; \
the amount of salt saturation 'N-L'na, #. t After Konnrtli Kryrs, |president
. Mr, Oallatln aye Beans 1 ::: .. .rI, t::': T..... '.,IJ: ; f'" .:\ \ : rS of Florldn Lime lie Avocado
are quite susceptible to salt, but 1 << fJ ,..-, "' ... IQ I I' 'A I #. Growers, ')fxplnlnml detail lUll-
. tomatoes, potatoes and cabbage n_J ... .' :. \!!' ?:.. 4W''i Kcntod churigM by both group,
ore Increasingly tolerant In the 1< a/retAe W'"III.n' iJO' the propound] merger of FLAG
) order nailed"' Experiments: also MI. .. I . -Iff'iI .... If' If.. '' ,... I< with llnrlria Tropical fruit Growers -

show that crops have much ... .. ...... .. "r.' "kIfIANAre: nwrl i'; Association was approved by
greater salt tolerance when grownIn : FL' I n. J. ''if a majority or 71 7 per cent lit a
f ,
chef !
I marl than when'trOwn In j I r meeting of Florida Troplral'umrmbrrehlp ,
awl. +rIr
; in Hedlitnd School
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1 A continuous check on the 32 I. :-j auditorium Monday night

i test wells along Mowry st, Red- ........ r Al I grower, Mr. J Keye expressed -
L \: t '" "' ;............ whule-heartei
land rd. and Eureka and Oossman ) approvalof
{. I drives shows that the fresh water 1 Florida Tropical Growers' objectlvei -
; table Is dropping rapidly. A* the t and riprewed hope that
'i 'fresh water pressure drop, the f the merger would take place
t denser and heavier salt water' In- Wm. F. Raven of Florida Trop-
J\\ (Continued on Page Two) Ical's' board of directors explained
., I that collJll'ratlve'llew.. on theproposed
changes Both orguntsa i
,1'. ;' Drought and Tinder-like Glades Spur BLOOD ROUNDUP 65,181 Boxes Tomatoes TilE WEATIfER BALL BOYS MEET Vets to Work SundayOn lions were. 'rr-pnrted In apparent J ,
V.F.W. Post Home accord onjnont t of the points, with
Gross $351.367 In 5 fa's = : ; =
h Determined Steps to Protect Park tin excellent chance'. that the
| I SLATED MAR 25 Crowersgrossed J351,387.80 110. Rail N's' 11... I". TO REORGANIZESoftball Forty members of Arrant merger will yreultM1

''J 5.181 field boxes of tomatoes M.r. 10. _... .88 n 211.80 Smith Pout, V. F. W, who hope Do Arditle & Rlf>oud. FTFOA
Continuing dry weather with Kllllsn and Plneview dr, Modello 'The sold .1 torids City Stale F.rmMar.. 11. ..... ......82 48 28.83 have a root over their port home secretary, reports that any signer
Increasing fire haiards Florida Crippled Chlldren'sCommission Man U. ..... .. 43 0.00 enthusiast\ are asked of the KTTGA marketing .
prompted Eureka dr. Krome eve. Palm trI' Market during the pail five- .80 When district meeting agreement
I a Warning yesterday by Park ave. and Long View rd. Monday is appealing for blood day suction period report M.r. Mar. n.__....... n 30.01 to meet at 7:30: Tuesday eveningin by Apr. 10 a . who was abMnt and felled
Superintendent Dan Beard that 800 acres of pineland were burned donations at the South Dade Blood ketm..ter C. S. PhilUps High Mar 14 .. ..31 I' 28.85 Homestead city hall for organisation Is W be held there, have vol.untare4'to I In vote Monday night on the) pro
i out-of-bounds over just south ot Tamlaml Trail Bank round-up to be held from 10 price was J7.lO and avenge price, Mar' lS.____ .82 112 0.01 0.08 of teams for the summer' \ work on the project posed ,merger, may vote by malt
fire could
ace completely and west' of Krome eve A lime JU3. Mar 111_.__... ..2 n 0.1' softball league announces League Sunday, ,! to her at Box IDT, Rt, 2, Home
.t wipe but Everglades' National a. In, to t p. m; Friday Mar. 21, SkilL I The Volunteer crew will start stead.
; grove of about five acres also fell Squash II bringing from $1.50 +---- President Oeo.
; ; Park within a few dsygrU'e prey to the flames. Chief Greet In a mobile unit at Sacred Heart to 13: tender'rten bean. 12.10 to LEGION TO ELECT: MONDAY The city diamondIs being put pouring'the lintel under the direction The nieffer' now. Is contingentupon

::1 : knows no boundaries.,* laid Wednesday the fire fighters clubhouse' ; 13; black valentine beans, 11.00 to Officers will be elected by John Into excellent ondlUon for play pi Vannle Lee Harris, Lintel ', approval by .Fly\0 stocky
I Mr. Beard said "Every day we were on guard against flames Donors Mood are asked\ to pacify that IUS: pole bans J. to 15.10. The a. Salley Pat of the American rays Mr. Skill This week" Welby, form are already constructed. holders
sweeping down the east Side of their be certified to the few peppers are bringing from Legion Monday evening In Legion Ysncey of the B. T. King raving '
back fires that Could
fight spread Krome ave. south of the Trail commission which needs 100 donations II.,. to $1.33. Hall Co. bu donated' the use ef II
I destruction through the park." to replenish Its exhausted Ropers Bros. 3-Ring Circus Shows
A grader and a toller0\ put c
The danger Is such that State "Tuesday morning's rain gave stock Corrective: surgery' work, the red clay that has been I 1'1
Tire Warden E. C Rogers has us a" little but respite, Chief Greer slated for the summer months Newly-uniformed II. II. S. Bands Play hauled to the diamond; Here \Wednesday for Lions' Benefit
threatened prosecution ot any said now the glades are when the young patients fan out
person starting a fire In the open just a Under box again! ,,ready to of school will make heavy demands Concert in Auditorium March\ 25
without an official permit flare Into blaze at the drop of for blood, commission: officials on Purim Party Planned Roger Bros three-ring. circus steel-bound arena; and many
Wm.. Savage, forester from the a spark Every passing car is a point out Several KtdUnd\ Iy! New Jewish Center will exhibit here on the afternoonand others, t
1 Richmond regional office, 1a expected potential fire hazard and one District children are beneficiaries Resplendent In new green and The band uniform, bought ala 1 night of Wednesday, Mar 23 AU 'In nil, the circus has a per.IOnnei *
here next week to confer cigarette could act the whole of the commission which has outpatients' cream-colored] uniform, Homestead cost of almost WO each, have A PurIm party wilt be held atI on K. t: Eighth st under the auspice of 250 people, and'it' ha
I with state and local fire official. countryside: .bl....* treated at Coral Gables High School junior and white and green plumed shakos, o'clock Sunday evening In the of the Redland District (7 performing animal,
and to map out strategic locations The Homestead fire department ClInic and surgical work senior band will present a eon- green gabardine coat and cream I. O. 0. F. Hell by the recently Lion Dub for the benefit of the Doors to the big show open at
for fire towers and lire protection rushed reinforcements to the Jackson Memorial Hospital cert at 8:11: P. m. Friday Mar. colored trousers of light-weight organized Homestead Jewish Bill. Bradley memorial 3 p. m. snot' ,1 p. m. Wednesday
I in .the park. Day Bender county: crew Monday to1' battle ablaze Donations will bt accepted 13, In the school auditorium, announce "ooL Community Canter, All members According: to advance agent Members ot I local club are .
. of Belle Glade, chief of the 11. at Mowry st and Redland from healthy person 31) to M Bandmater ;'Jesse Pearl ot the center Ire urged to attend. the circus Is streamlined front to volunteering to buy tickets for f
county Everglades Fire Control rdthat WM being fanned to year, of age who have refrained Soloist will be Lonnle Turner, Young Democrat Name back'and Is entirely new 'this children who would other*lae be
District and H. U Greer. county dangerous proportion by high from eating for all hours befog trumpet who will-play Willow Service Officer to Aid I. year. unable to attend and children,
. tire chkf, are expected to meet winds. Back firing finally checked: giving blood. Breakfast 'lmay be Echoes- (Simon) .and Helen Jack Turner to Board War Veterans WidowsWar It boast of such stellar stareu from Dade County ChlldrenV
with park official to work out the :flame The city firemen also eaten If restricted to fruit juice, Tomerlla. trombone who will .Jack Turner Homestead. attorney 1 Frankle Lou Wood, "first lady Home are expected to be guest(]
even closer co-ordination of the I had I struggle Saturday to subdue -: dry toast with jam, or Jelly+ and play "Atlantic Zephyrs" (Simon . veterans' or their widows ot the air," her aerial fantasy, at the afternoon performance.
fIN fighting services. flames which for a time: black coffee or tee. ) A glruf chorus of 42 voices hit been elected: to the may obtain swuttance. In schooling and) her production of the Hollywood In charge of arrangement: ar(
t fires, "popping ouJ like a string threatened Homestead Cottagei Serving on the local! blood will sing "Cherubim ''Song board of governor of the Young ubeistenoa, or other problems 1 sky ballet; Jimmy OTJell M. JI. Cailattn and Paul Lo ner\
) of tire crackers bare kept all I I Court 01 The Federal Highway. round-up committee wUI be Ma The u.p..... Junior band will Democrat Club of Dade Coun net Wednesday from M. t. Pen and his high school horses; the of The clubi youth. COtI\IIIlI..1.
'. the fire crews on the run says{I' addition ball-a-dose more aiwa raeDpolnT. X. Kirby who was play! seven selections, and the SB- ty. This I* believed to be the first ton assistant state service officer: Skating Cantons; Captain Eddie: who MM member' to ttutite aq-
.I Chief Greer. Late' last week. Ores minor grass fire conspired to the poet by Dr. Job piece aenior bead, eight ales. time that a Redland District reel who will be at the legion Hall Kuhn and his troup of Jungle- fund end untold ticket by Tut*"
" t jvera fought to a staodsUll at Ito I keep the firemen busy. I Elliott. L. . tone dent hag been named to the board from 1:10: to n1 4 so. . brad animals performing Jn ay ,night.

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I] The with" City Manager M. O. 1i.Ier .1 eoals..I prgrem now Itohy STATE ROAD glades National Perk- and Into tour la at Cutler nl and Coral Dr. Francto, A Uneeta. father of also attended to publication dub detail
nleln aa pratl-
atr AttIrIII1 -.- Ber-i worked out II to nile led. .... Florida City gateway to the park. Reef rd near the new plant of I the local atonic movement, was. I Mra He'
B ....... ""'I ": CooUouikl from Pals Out) There la ''I top al'the multimillion Florida( "Power and Ugh I Co financed through ... tl ....t. dent had a part in the entire
Leader-Enterprise Nap QM' Mbee I Dell r= t gone Oeuntry a.' nlM-hde, lAnka, dolttr. Aerate Cly, suiefarmefi' TMI .idle 'bttHi .Uait written. by tide '-r Herman I........ wIlD undertaking.
lie7M be. ... a ,.,.. .. ...,. midland FtuN' and S4c. park andHbtnaciloel Market before turning ....- - .-- ,
F h lIsyhy __ I.: 4. Batrtxr. aM .T./I/.., ... . puperlmant. Stetlpn, kick" Ufpujh Upmtttead andiMHJi PLOTNER
- A. .TL' .utMMN.. dews KI'OIM eve. Mkl Mt Win the lomaut fIT HAP** row DAX.I !! I
K.a.rM.,IM ak. KraMi Dr. Hubbard Evange tAt tile rout rune through Home. and potato fields of the Mat gladeaTM n/M ,Uft r ITir I uw e..Ih P eNAftxuiM > -AND i'HL s K&Jm '-" I$1't
.. Ih.a hlM, ( NI.R WATER TABLE Community Churches I Mead h.pguart. v M tilt Bvr- Itgtthseie.. tttmtou of UMir 1L 4IGRi NOTUIN66GM >RV IS -T '
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.JL'fL (Continued from Pit: One) Or CarlWe 1. 1MIbN4 or' DQIVfi-AN AVfiiI 9fAReIi 13EINO -
the canaU Cambridge Mt, will preach the j'j'SMOt
1 be UMOM tttrnn reaee* IU. pan up RES CoST Vote
__ W Mutrfw IK. and aeepi through IN reek andaotl lint ofpaafor 1V.II.tUttle, iI E DI MON"
.m 1 i'tlIltf.III', solo. at Ran.'Church
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a law M err *4 ..
MeM M anew*, 'c"j'Ol an. I .
In the av.rlkd" .tenel) 1 Ja Q kfl.i. .IIo" / T 6LTOufl AtUIS 'jOVOUJXQooQrdttb
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Ittlll Davie, .
ScJa ICMCHIPDOH UTII Perth NIL wpkt ft III t bSWlces R. OVKaiNfiiIHH AUV& .n ,. I
h DU. Cnmri I w.. IIHI I I -, have Infiltrated the gene] *Wng has -11 I'LLGULPMg's \,
IIMI' .. 1111I. road about 11 conducting aery Lc** this week at ." PooFt.1ETATe
1 Ii...k .. ,.... 14.1' lad Cap Sable 1 NKS' (WC I
,,,IMpt Ira"a. Florida City Community Church 1n rc0AI
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: fI ton* from the eoaiL e $MOi(> Aim of the t.OB,000000. flood of which Mr. Davta". I li PI td,. NG PCiPC IN HJAVJAATIA6 !
t.i..1' s.o.1 Htm Mil'1 mutes' / T4I5
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Mj e. .teal Il7t... dL ft. ,.h. ... WNEQROKS ' L '-ONS.IN M'.c

Announcing iizIX.a.x27t :
:: Chevrolet i

aft (Continued from Pap One) % SAYSi' Q elliS Co.fhcnt. '

:," four*members commuter of the farmed 111"11" In February cliteni - RCAVictor"Eye i/DaS/ ft I I'I

1 r W (Spud) Walker '
tie Chu. Ountey, Walker Fowler and 1Vitness"TELEVISION -- -----------
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Ray MorrU. The noml1neeitrep "
eight other "r'l
;4 O. Tyre, W, O Tilbott, Wf pBSK1NG ,ROBGRPiM
P M. Fedenen Tiller Penny, M.

r C for. T Blthop Mayor Hum end,.DarfUld Mlrhiel Oeo Slrmini who Otlltt.hog Idw"1 It 5 jO yEPB GIVE IMP F lOR SERVICE Y.E NpMplllYpOSSIBIEI BEST \ GROVE

dered hli reilcnitlon but la cone, EIECTBiC CARETAKINGt
toi llnulng to serve until the: ell.'ctlonj
The First Choice of the Nation
e In, .aid, ywterday that a aperla. mt .
tfil ' held totiltfht to con-j] See and hear it
If all, alder hit auapendon Tuewlay pf now. t
Eugene! Martin' .clln rlty mane I
.. Cal. Htr and police chief Mr, e.r-I at SUNSHINE
Wi j jan
field Mid that Martin waa removed ,
W from duty after South Miami : SERVICE We specialize in modern'' grove care

; tai( had driven police: the reported" Perrlne that police I Martin rar; BIGGEST! $ BARGAIN IN YOUR BUDGET!
W( DODD RAIDO & APPLIANCE tried and f i
tit through that rlty early miles t mall culture, using proven
morning at mon than 99 rIH6 ttBT
CDon an hour. ILIIIII ? riwiwo ;
Appointed to aero na police' 207 North Krome Ave. \ I methods. Fertilizing spraying mowing -
; K thief 1 until the election I waa C ,
M'E. Butcher former policeman' 1
..d ''n JU"( who resigned, In February along : etc. Consult with Us on your
4 4ho) SUNDAYS 9 P..M.EST CBS ) grove problems. i

':: .D< :Miami A wriing-Type Windows i;

cot CrjOf Su, Provide Awning Shelter from Rain \S JENER'slUNERAL Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. ;

1 cot1H e Manufacturers of t

'o ; : Blend Beautifully with Picture 'Windows .I' ,214 lour Ambulance Service l "Redland Brand Fertilizers"Henry S

Cannot Warp, Swell, Stick, Rust or tot Cremation Phone 16 R. Pridgen, Mgr. Homestead, Fla. 1

:'l ;I Phone 270 Homestead Fla.; ;

-:4i4 .-,t Never Require Painting -- -

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W"W. C. BASS & SONS BrooksVIrlt.:

::. SICIH4- reclusive Dealer In. homesteads \ .

) Epmorc Ur and, Newton' ltd. Phone 743-M-4 Oldest Completely II I

"Mall Ac1d.....- Mete 1. Box til II
+1 J; Equipped CroveCaretakers I
/ ,. Estimates 01".en Windows, Claw and Clailni.

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I CONVINIINCI IN TMI KITCNIN ACCIIIIIUITT, fOi All TNI AMITY VMt "' -hwrmi.peek..pike end prytTh ear on the hlchway.. ludnon haa amailng head I .
mere yell a*., th* aura yeull he room and the roomixt seam la .,auiaprnducod "
BUSH'S that' Hu*>en I*utemekNe,...'...keen automohUe built today! Mr all Ibis
Extension Telephones in easy-to-get-to places give ..,._.... .>butt with full road chMranoel All t this, too, but t
Barber Shop In Hud..n.ou >t the million vote Amor- And rid., Hudaon brings you a swat, ataady I
.on the spot service Ier all the family ic'a most beautiful gi And ear no woad..... HeN lathe ride you can't match at any price! This autoon I Y I In Hudtonver1
City only car with the Up-down" principle.Thl mobile hat Lbllow.t center of gravity In any .
., OM Dan new way of building automohlee k eo American stock cart Thafa where Hudwn getalt A__..............
Extenaloni in your horn girt your One or more extension telephone eta basically right It five designer of the need for > smooth, hug -real way ef going! if**4i.M HD*.I DtI.tyUn
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W, telephone service' VlnjV-bring it now be Installed la your home without\ achieve wonderfully symmetrical lineal Herbal! Tkere i g.e1w.and howl! Hudwn'r all M. T> MalnlMMAlfli

: .. I irtthln eulir retch of *J1 the family delay-and at surprisingly low toiL ...... .ere, Hudeon gives you glorioua room! new moet hi powerful h-comprBiion of all AM.nan S per-lhr.-bunt.iam-englnethe uh......ehM....yes.. went-...*M..1. ..IRI .
". Extenatoal.svs: time, Itepi and. Yon don't need towi1teus'or. tome to Became you step\ fount Into the lowest-built the maaterful Super-Eight every,chance to ,, i...rhIS'w ,

... trouble make >our telephone more, the office.; Just call tBuilneaa Telephone / I 1 tncauae tbla car la eo low.built,ao atreamlimid" !* ".'fi.MwMl......''. .lh.arq. rr. .;.,.... .t,
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Friday ML the South! Dad Gtarotw Club
: 18. 1M9! HOMESTEAD Page Tfcn MffiMAN TO MP4K -'-- .
i meeting Monday, Mar, It, at 1oclo& : ,' ,' . .. I<
Dr M. J, I iDUkWM of the I stil" will be held I.,

I \MI I ON DISPLAY R lMd!2nd Place 4.11 Be in>.PoultryThe Win CliUpCH SERVICESTO 'of Orlando CharleMun and Mr S. Corn c.,. and George five botany' Department of Miami will M the speak Untvewltjr at- i I Park m the sprtfenosMe man. mUt*. MM IplwI 'm' ,

grandchildren. Danny Wayne and
IN of Hand ........ J ... ..
LEGION PARK! BE HELD FOR Michael Williams ,
RedUiid.. 4-H Boyar Club Gerald Smith and Wnly 'ill
won second honors and 17,to In Bowen of Miami The
HERE SATURDAY sates money In the poultry llvl- MRS. D. L. mm\
lion at Dade County, forty- Plans Made for Local -

The MW Nash Alrflyte Win be Perrtne five dollar club.In prim went to the Death came Tuecday for Mr*. Nurse's Aid Course B. F. GOODRICH ScalomaticTOBELESS CIRCLE"Makes
presented for display/ in Hom Minnie Lee Bowen, II. wife of I-MAGIC
tead tomorrow in LeglMt Park, Rejdland prim winners ware: Dsmleld L. Bowen of Houest sd. Plan an Mini( made for the
Ntih-MUml Motor, fat. an- Billy Turner $M; Robert Bon- Funeral service: will be conducted giving of a nurse's aid course InMamestead
1IOUIIt'U ham ".10; Jimmy Thompson, 'by the Rev. J. E. 1..... at SH: announote Mr. Oeo TIREInner .
Seats of the $16; Henry Turner. $5$5; Karl Harman nurse's aM chairman of \
104' Na.h cm b* this afternoon in the Firet Methodist
made Into $mlhy, M.50; Fritxle RuUke. |l.: \f.... Arches Smith HoattltalAuxiliary.
a ilnjle "
or double bed Church! of t.
In OM minute. and IU |u till*. Talbott Harry ,Jenner$1.10.Terrine ., $3.lOi; and Patty Funeral Hume wit direct Those In\erelllld in I Hot oint Wodds( s finest J
aka U up to ID mile to the gallon champions Included burial in Flatter Memorial ParkIn irking the course are atlujd totelephone
according to member* ot the Miami. I her or the auRlllary'stneMent.
Nash-Mlaml organization. Dana Le ter. $10.50; Harold Mercer Mrs. Bowen died In a MI.mll . Mr* a A. TibtxU. lining of specially compounded rubberprevents
$111.110 and Henry Olsen, >S. hospital. Early in February, she 111II.nee of five of the hosttiUI '
In the MtxUlary's $U life membership*, seepage of air through tire body 1
Silver Palm underwent an 6parUe
, Fellowship Pupils Make Field Trips hope .of alleviating. the malady covering both husband and wife I IIN i i'J
Elects Clarence Cray.' .To District Show Places that had kept her confined to her reported this week by Mr..I I Layer of elf-waling rubber under the tread WATER HEATER I
Clarence watt},' bed for the part four years. A Harry Jenner membwehli chair- I
Cray *kxted loss of air due to
president of Field trips were made this week native of South, Carolina, she had eoan Tile new life mrmben ara I protects against punctures
the Silver Palm '
Methodist by M... H. O. Thurman'i third made her home here etnce Ion Mr. and Mrs. Paul Okklcrko and
ship at Church Men'i Fellow'I trade to Rare Bird Farm and by She was a member of the M. h- Mr. and Mr*. too Crlm of H metead Uim-hval ridges arc molded on the Leads
\ supper meeting Frideynight Mrs. IL Evanotf'i tint grade to odlut Church, and of Liberty Re- Mr. and Mr Ceo. M. ArVogert --. ---+ clue Inl heart r\w He*.
LeRoy Sprinkle was made Parrot of Florida City and Mr. and provide positive air-seal at rim 1
''Vice-president Joi. W IrwlnleCet.ry Jungle< The trips were bckah Lodge. peJnft om.aM0 MW ijrt*.

; made 'in the Homestead P. T. A. In addition to her husband Mid. Mrs. Claude DRIp and Mr.
and Howard Crow, treasfcrer. tvrlierf hired' Umlt AM
, bus driven by Coach Paul U Mrs. Bow-en leave: two aons Pvt. and M... Walter Peterson of Fits rim in condition.
Named to drop center good
a program committee ' any
7vrlonhe4 rht wwfweoHng 'J
were Alton Sauer, Robert Worley. Mrs. J. U. Free, a room D. U Bowen of Camp Lewi' Goulds. t rev
t WacDonnell and f. W. Moore mother accompanied the third Wash., and Harry Bowen of \ indl/ehy. Ibgrekd
, The Rev Alfred Hedberg I grade group.Eddie Homestead; three daughters Mri; I-ENTEN MRVIftS!' : SLATED ._. _._ --- g7vee yon fIe fesfed.dl'"I
Adams of Neva King Harold Smith of Miami; Mrs. Ceo. r
showed moving picture of w.ler"porta 'Ui Rev. F. J. Lotttrh will Texaco tap and meal d.penddIei
Cooper faculty U assisting. Coach Qtlbertaon of Pryor) Lake,Minn, OlleStopStationII -
and fishing oft Cat Cay Worley during baseball practice.At and Mrs Lyman Williams of preach at II o'clock Sunday. morn- i hoi wore tvppfyotslblo..
Chorus Concerts the P. T. A. bake sale Saturday Homestead; three brothers, Std log'on "The Stern Furs, Litany II. DOXK: SON
I 1 Male $SB was cleared for the Creech of Naples Lonnle H. prayer services and talks and dls- 0 rikiertllM *Ulel Uat
\ Slated for 2 Churches school annual, "Flamingo. Creech of Homestead and Duke _Ion, on the prayer book will North Kromc Ate. Homestead oleos M welei M Mire*sytje ;!
be combined at the mM-wrck
Creech of Meltrr, Oa; three titters
The Homestead Male Chorus Mrs Jennie Zlmette of Savannah service al 7 30 Wednesday evcnIbg --- -- I ThermMM mlnlmlie l
.Vlll present a concert at Silver PERMANENTDEPENDABILITY ; Mrs M. B. Woodcock of Everyone Is cordially Invited Seven I* II
Palm Methodist Church Sunday gLssro apICSy. .
evening and one at Flmt Baptist I Hope's "Bondarized" Steel ;
Church'of Homestead Sunday i4z1j. i iJI 1 1y
evening, Mar. 27. Guest artists on t
. both programs will be: Mn C. I. I ."

I ,Chlpley trumpet,; and vocalist Win;Barbara Billy Coop.Rice Rogers Bros. Casement Windows lLECUIC WATU HIATUS )

er, accompanying pianist. Frank

1 'Tye sing, president of the.chorus, will You can always' depend on'rf'ftl W. C. BASS & SONS r,.

your Rexall Drug Store
Weiss to Tell KI 'anj'anl! prescription ExUuMvr Dialer ui tho ItcJlimd! DlijrlctIpnmre l Turns ;

About Crime Commission Circus Dr. and Nt''.ton Bd. Ph. Y4S-M-4 I
, tf rvtce...for a full 3.Ring Arranged ", I Ii

'. Walter Welsi, n director of the measure of professional' i )
.Crime Commission of Greater MimI I ,
J tonight will report to the tkill.,for.fair price.
; Florida City Klwanli Club on the Remember these point the Dr. F. P. Archer Jr.
I, ;work and of the com-
I progress r rI
next time have !/y.U.k M 011
e l ;jinlsslon.Ira. you preacriptlon Homestead Day Only
to be filled I < OPTOMETRIST
I'i t. > Cecil Dodd Speaks f e

,1 To Club on Television GOOD HEALTH TO All Specialising In EI:; I1\llt'1' <( ot the Eye and Complete .
t A talk on television\ by Mrs. from Wed. Mar. 23 'u Opt'i',..' 'i,. p.'i i mlce I Smith-Graves Furniture Co. I
Cecil Dodd of Dodd Radio and
DAILY, lCL-; >. i c le x. 1)hone2IS-1
Appliance, the feature
wai program 1\1.I Krome Ave.
of the Soroptlmlst Club DRUG ,L.
COVe Mown 6t,Homestead 1 uuue t*
"luncheon Mar. 14 at the Seminole Sponsored by _.
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i Pd1I1er; HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPIUSB Friday, March 18,1949Rt. j

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white were voeaU.***, Mn. Beam.pMUlaut JUNIOR MUSICIANS WIN HIGH RATINGS I.
........ end Mra. "1Ckto seeonc-( POINCIANA FESTIVAL POne
pianist' for the choral IN ANNUAL ROYAL

I'I'n. . Social Events in South Dade . U chafe program given for the Cora
Gables. Music Club Tuesday rating of huprrlm! 'Ihrw of .lodges.. member of the musk
.. the Coral Gables Wo- excellent, and Iwu III l \ciy, MOCK! si hoot faoulttoa of the Universityol .
I maa'i duk. building Mrs. Chip- were won by HIS men+ ais ol *'lurid* unit the Univernlty of
I ----- .., sang "Dbwn" (Curran) end Stephen! Foster Junior MUSK Club Miami, were O A Becker Rob- |
Y.JfL: COB! CAMPHKLL AND HARRY WSHOP MCTIIOUIIT WOMEN STUDY MONDAY\! MUSIC CLUI I PRESENTS.: PROGRAM "111 a $. "emb url a...." (Man- lit lira annual festival of the Royal 1..1. Carter and Melvin Ritter. 'I
HUMAN VALtE IN LABOR lOng), and Mew Muawlwhlt Nag FoloclMU District of Music After the auditions, luncheon Wai |
J ; t TO UK WEDDED IN SPRING CEREMONY IN HOMESTEAD AND! (ONE IN CORAL GAltLRSMr ..yall., of L ehltr" ( >r- Club* held Saturday In Norton *i ved at the gallery. ;
"Human Values bt the abet. on) and "Anew,," (Terry). Mr. Aft Gallery In Welt Palm BMchMta The local contestant were M. ]
n Mr. Claude from the MIami Question" was He( program ub-- Beam played "6oarl", Schumann Helen Tomerlln Icoinbonllt romiMHiled by Mrs H L Bran
Mr. and C. Camp- she was irMruated A program on Florida composer Frank Ilaimman, Mrs How- i
nil; ; bell of Homestead are announoInf Academy of Beauty Culture, lest/ for Circlet One :-nd Two of WM preeentod for Uw Monday I art L. Johnson, Mrs M. C. Uw ): was judged supenoi. ; Miss denburg, president of the Monday
;" and now 1 la employed tl Hulh i aIr First Melhodlrt.. W. 8. C. S. which Music Club al the MItch meet.Ing rence, M.... A. M. Lo"n, M..... V. Selection presented by the Marian Anderson and Miss Maxine Mu sic Club. Mrs J. D Redd and I.
the engagement of their met Mrs. Whichrd /
Tuesday Mary
Drawing Studio at the home of Mn. J. ItRuilnnd. 'I B. Mills, Mrs. Ivan Moser Mr*. choral club to accompaniment by Walker vm'alias, and Bobby Mill Norma Jan a.
c + '"' daughter Constance (Connie), to The future brldogrwn,, a. member and Mr. John H. Whkhard On Tuesday afternoon' J. D. Redrl, Mr.. A. D. Smith Mrs Redd were "The Cherubim Jean SUIIIngt, piflniM', excellent; rom n.lnli planUU, Mrs. A. 1
I Harrjr BUhop, KM of Mr. end of the chmpkmip pkd'a were hostesses to Circle I On at.1 Individual club members and the Mr.. H. O. Thurmsn. Mr. Vernon Son," (Bortnlansky), -Buon and JuaniU Smith and Miss Betty Smith Mn C I. Chlpley and Mr*
?' Mr. Uban K. Bishop of Home.L Driven basketball team, wai the home, of Mn. ChM. W. LelbyMr I club choral group preecfitod a W. Turner, Mn. J. Tom Vann.Mrs. Notts" from the Nevln Suite, and Jo Jenkins, planliti. very good M. W Stalllngi.
stead. The marrlige will take graduated In HIS from Horn- *. E E. King entertained Circle reciprocity' program for the Coral B. E. Vlhlen, Mn. W. K. "In my Garden (Firestone). I
Lb plane Ifi the aprtng.JllTi ted High School where he Two In the church social' hill, Gables Music, dub which had Walton, Mr*. A. Frank Webb and Edwin Clarke, University of:
ii TM bride-to-be, member of 1Rea" tarred on the llometleed Grow Mrs. H. L. Brown and Mr. 8- visited the local club In Febru-II Mr*. John Whkhard. Quests were Miami faculty member, spoke cm
pioneer Homestead family, wai ere taskrtball (cam. He served In C Bye gave the program for Clr- ary. Mrs I. B. King, Mrs. O. F. Jones, music and Joseph Vallcentl. pianist -
I;;; graduated lait June from Home Die navy for II month and hoe do One. Tho social service report Mr*. Chas. W. triby. dlreclod Mr W M. Lee and Mrs. Mary played "Symphonic Etude Use Our
f"ghc |Iii. used High School where the we.S Hare been employed by Mitchell listed II visits, 14 curd", nine the regular proitrem Monday afternoon Whkhard.Mra. !. (Schumann). After the program,
,. ,v SHIM In dramatlci. In Frbrunry, Hardware. C,. bouquet sand seven tray Mn and Mr.. Green Rive Chlpley and Mr*. Mussel- tea war served. Lay Away Planto
i.' David C. Wllllnm. Mr l> sketches of Florida
' gave corn'posers
r '' : TH: JOHN nOHGARDT TO WEI) MISS\ HUFFMAN Ballard and Mrs J. K Jenkins Mrs Clyd It Chamber, buy family' '
.I., were appointed' to plan fur the pianist; played selections from REDUNH P.T.A. HEAI IS FAMILY EXPERTS your

.,) U" {LI'. SATURDAY EVENING IN FRESNO, CAL upper the to Men'lie nerved Brotherhood by the Circlefor Clubon I Mrs"Tropical Wm.Night MuBselwhlt Suite" (long Dungan"Is-). SPEAK ON PARENT-C IIILD RELATIONSHIPSwill EASTER SHOES

; 1F John Dorgirrtt) ef Fresno, Cal., end N.... Ilrnry Borgnrdt, formerly Invited Apr.the Oeo.hold T.the Hanson April land of Happiness" (Polk) to Talk on parent-child relationships be choaen for outstanding

.1'' former "Clltl.nltwnl| will of Grossman rd. lie la a meeting al her home. Sewing and piano accompaniment played by were made (or the RedUnd achievement 'In scholarship and
+t taka M l Ma+ bride Mini Linda Mae gradual of tlcdlnnd HlHh School embroidery. noodle were dlstrlbuled Mrs. Whitney Beam. Composition P. T, A. on Mar 10 by Miu Dorothy service to the school and to the 4I1R41IqPOC

"r.1' .1 Huffman, 1110 of Fresno, In .nd I* employed now In a Frwno to the member to be of Mr Mana-Zucct. L. H. Roland wore, presented pianist, and by Cason and MU Helen Lfnch, community, and hit name will be
ceremony to be performed (ft 1 printing bualncs old far benefit of the church reiipectlvtly director and casework engraved on the cup which he
, o'clock Saturday! evening in The bride Ii a daughter of Mr. building fund Cherry I Ice cream Ihe choral club which ping "I tupervlaor of the family will hold for year Th presentation -
and "BI, Drown Beer"Cladloll
, oil' Fresno Gospel Temple am) Mn O. W. Huffman of cookie nnd coffee were served Service Bureau of Miami. will be mad at a special
J I ; : The .brldagronm! lea Inn.ot Mr. Fresno and other spring flow Named to a committee to chose: awards uembly in May, Awarded
CIrcl Two wni old( that $450 en were used for decoration. A
the outstanding graduating senior for the tint time last year, Ut So. Krome Ave.
: was cleared by the society at the chicken Mind course. and coffee
I "" ;; nRnut SHOWER FOR MRS. P. C. FRYAR chicken supper given to benefit were served by the hostesses, to receive the P. T A. cup this the cup U held. thlt year by Marl HOMESTEADTalco ;

) ::, W !t r. GIVEN FRIDAY I1Y MRS. E. A. ROBERTS A.the McNeill church building directed, fund.the program Mr. J. Mr Mrs. H.Rutland Collier Mr Mr,*Zulu. Gordon McEwen:Ivey, year chairman were, Mri.Mr*.Harold Ceo. E.H.Kendall Cooper KufeldtDr.. Roy W. Hirknes M.... .

. Mn. C P. Hennlnglon
end John P. Neafsey of th'P Nellie| Torbert -
4 ,0'j Listed In the social lervlce report and M,.. Rives .
., A.bridal ihowor for Mrt, D. C..tti Present, In addition to I T. A. and Principal W E. Rice and Mr. Rice, nominating .
I A'' hone were DO visit, 28 trays, 29 cards Member present!, beside those
4r.frVl Fryer, the former Mr*. Krnm: Hall I mentioned, were Mr*. Rally Dothel and I 19 bouquets Members wee given Friday evening by Mrs.Wu. ),I.... Wilson Crosby, Mrs O orlety It was decided, will keep Mr. II. L. Brandenburg ')1.... Cray of the faculty The student April meeting.! .
E.: A. Robert at her home on C Radforcl, Mra. Chan... L. Ooley, flowers In the church during Claude I. Chlpley I Mra Wm. J. I ..
Federal Highway. Mr*. Mildred Whitney and Mr, 1 April. Homemade cookies and Clnrk, Mrs. John Collins Mn. II H.P.W.C. HEARS MRS. EDNA 1 VAN ACKER, p p .
Content prime were won by Earle Uppstrom. dirt were gent coffee were served to tho 13 I J Davis, Mrs. Sum J. Davis, Mr*. .
)Ill" Mr*. W. C. Morton Mri. llnrold by Mr. Carl Lee, Mrs Kyle I present. Lloyd Dells Mrs. Clarence Gray, i RECENT ORGANIZEGuest IR: OF 21 NEW CLUBS e R r.

.4nh Sickle and Mra. Maybell!. Traf- Wlnno/ Mr. Mary Ruth Cole, -- e
.W {*' ford A salad rourin. and cold Mrs Virgil Hmlford And Mi.*. W. speaker Monday eveningfor Fourteen volunteered II "clrcu .
pe.. 1 J".. drink were served by the hoslose D. Btvrellng. I 150 SEE INSTRUCTOR!S=5 DEMONSTRATE the Homestead Business and molhe,," to pay the admission e t
,LAr / AUIIA) -VISUAL E IUIPMENT, AT P. T A. Professional Women' Club was for an underprivileged child to ,.

-H 25 ENTRANTS WIN 85 PRIZE RIHIIONSIN Mri. Edna Van Acker of Miami the pedland District Lloni Club
circus to be held here Mar 23:
j. second vlce-prealdent of the elate I
I I Approximately 130: parent witneiwd Jerry Cox showed art slides.Spanish
:, IN REDLANI) CLUB'S ANNUAL EXHIBIT the demonstration of the and musical records used D. P. W. C At the business meetIng It\ was announced that I "Sav JaneTarker Dundee Cake
In the Parkway, Mrs Van Your Vlalon" will be
for instruction by Mn. D. O. program '
U ea. ..4fcSulUn
. 1t1 /r.lhty-fv| ribbon for tint Mrs. C L- Ooley, cotton dress use of audlo-vlsunl equipment In Wolfenbarcer and Jesse Pearl Acker told the clubwomen of or- presented on Mar. 21 when Mn Main >
.:J second and third prlrci were4wo classroom! work directed by MlnMmjoi'le Perkins and gnnltzlng 24 new clubs with 1,000 Oils Willi, public health nurM Ora"I., '
were played by Billy Red
I pun and' hat made of straw Whlteslde at an evening M Ib bag ..___.IMS Kidney BeanaIt
i warded by Mis Eunice Orally, John Walnwrlght On the lighter member. She urged attendance will bring a Miami optometrist ...
cia. I for lie
i mots; Mr*. E. B. talon Jelly; marmalade meeting of the Homestead P. T. al t the district meeting in Hollywood to speak to the club It was decided Talc Urlni Math
fir:, county Agent, to 21 contestant In aide, slides of "Little Black Sam Ann Pan Salad DreuUigI .
; Mr. Wayne L DUlllla.n.hom.mado A. on Mar B. Miss Whlteslde" was tit. M Ib. _...x..11.13
.f the annual 1 exhibit cf Medium! bo" were presented by Mn M, on Apr 24 and at the ( to Invite the public to attend bag Ot. 4IDexe
e butter Mr. OMlnled Mn If. Q. Thurman.
Floyd by
I \ ; Home Demonstration Club In the ; H. Gallatln and Shirley dreer. convention In Jacksonville May the meeting. Talca Brrttch Feed Shortening I Ib. e'-a lie
t's Dunsfinn, lntl' fitful'Ines Mrs.
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Oirtlrular' Interest was shown 19-21. Ib. __ .89
Den bag
I Monii Friday Flfty-tlirc The Attendance awards were d Jewel Oil 1 Ot. .60*
C. A F.nnH canned ?
lumntaen q
Ii' first prlsee| were won by 23 entrant Mrs. Arthur T.. KrAII bI'rll..r.; In the opaque projection equip- won by Mrs. J. R. Rutland' room Mr. Lena Link Mn Herman M.... Vlhlen and a gin from the> Talce Scratch Feed Bright Ball Bleach U gal. tie
I mont used by Roy Wood In leachIng Mill Helnleln and Mn. E. A. Froscher .
.,r bf the high school and Mary 100 Ib. bag __ 13.19
I Mia Sarah Vlhlen
relish; Mri J. II Orlrfu", boys'clothing agriculture and demonstrated chapter new
"0 I Mr.* It n. Amldon won nine Mrs. Edmund l's lee.I by Gcorfl Sprinkle and nnymimd Jackson'. room of Neva King were appointed to serve ai i marshal presented the members Take. Laying Meals.. Ched-o-bil 011_, Amerkanr .

t -' I ribbon and Mr. 0. T Vihlen, painted mats; Mr Hnrknesn, Kelly A found film "Social Cooper School. nominating committee. of till star point with bouquet., lOt Ib. bag .... ..._I4.4S rieiMBto, I Ib. loaf 7eNutlry

_... .sr tight I beadwork\ ; Mrs, Frank Klltli Sclcnrei wni shown by Mist Mr*. Peteri ipok to the chapteron Ole, 1 Ib. ISo
2,,,, N? Mrs Ruth Sage directed a program footstool; Mri. Walter Gaby, boy' Ann Bellows, Assisted by FayCapllniter MRS PETERS INSTALLIN ED WORTHY MATRON her goal for the :year, the Marvel Home Style Bread Bulk Creamery Butter, 1 Ib. lea
home and Ib. loaf lie Our Own TIB Baga, III ban TSe
on management clothing. Jenny Lu Olivia, Jack IK
Ina" ban NARANJA 0. E. S. STAR POINT SERVICE Rev John Doe! sang "A Beautiful -
chile: "( care,. md Mr*. R. w. |nark.( .
!Homemade cookie and fruit Morris end Joe Davis Mr* W. Star Ii Shining Tonight" and
nest spoke on child dev.lupmtnl. stales were served by the hnitesi- It Bird and Joe Kerley presented the Rev Wm. the'
Mr*. Gladys Peter new worthy A* Mr Peters wa escorted to Kopelke gave
Mrs L. I, Hill hid charge ot the
roe Mri Vlhlen And Mrs. Hubert- a film strip, "Pan America benediction A&P FOOD STORE
..hlUV' TlTh matron of Nacanja Chapter of the 'her station In the E.IIhe was ,
and Mist Helen Pop and
? r wlnnen and their Drill Ion ; O. E. S, wa Installed .Monday, presented with an arm bouquet After the "session the 78 chapter e
., article were), evening In a lIar point service of carnation by her small daughter members and guests present were
' Mr*. Amldon green !beam, preserves . MR. AND MRS\ BOLA>ID), MRS\ McCONNELL\ stoned J>y Mn. Sadie Vlhlen, retiring Edith She wa presented also served with assorted homemade 375 South Krome Ave Homestead ,
G worthy matron. W. O, Tal-) with worthy matron' pin by cookies and limeade.
2r toy, lamp ahide,
I", iluffed! ARE CO I1'LBmN1'ED IIY FIDELIS) CLASS seated1ai
bolt waa worthy patron
I,0 needlework felt plclure, Swedish
darning, footstool and lumnlum The floral dcroratloni and the I
taa _. trey Mr. sod,' Mi-. L. 11 Poland and Mr. /and Mrs Roland, Mrs W. W. gift bouquets were In yellow I

.11 Mn. Vihlen, coconut randy, 1.tra. Goo D. McConnell were I WiMKlsnn. Mr* H Crady Pope I I chosen by the new worthy matron Foods and
. baked goods, textile painting. honored by) the Fidel Is Close of and. Mrs. M. J. Currett. i a* her color for the year,"* you F rozcn
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I VI painted mats, felt pictures. painted Flrsl Baiitist Church which was are invited

.-.,- I linoleum pictures\ awnllahJe. entertained' Mar. 10 at the hnme OHIO WINTlm'ISITOI ItS COMPLIMENTED FreezerDemonstration
doming and footstool of Mrs. W. K llnmmork. A fare.well TImana I
, ., +i Mra.: Ball, honey, Jar of fruit, Rift WM presented to Mr. ON THIRTIETH ANNIV mAnY; OF WEDDINGStanley to attend I eOn
ai canned tomatoes' tomato. Juice, a
and Mri. nul II lid who are mov-
shelled beam; Mr. Del Wood, Inti to Willlston S. C, and Mn The thirtieth wedding' anniversary and daughter, Darbnra, i
I vegetable, berries, brown eggs, MrCiiiiiieU'ii+ !birthday anniversary of Mr end Mn Ernest: Stanley Mr. and Mr. Arthur Stanley, Mr. .
pone<| plant, Jelly, relish; Mri wa marked will the presentationof ot rkbrlnfl. 0, visitor in cud Mr. Vernle Stanley, Mr, and
I J. T. B. Mr h'Cl1-jar oT quash, a cake South AllnpaiUirt Gardens, was Mrs Irving Cobbs, Mr. *.nd'Mr By Miss Jeanne Hall i
pickles, cookie., want paper" but, Toasted" thres sandwtrhei and celebrated Saturday evening nt a Alfred Satterthwalt, end Mr and
ket; Mrs Seymour Dane, (nmatnei. cake with aid held Mrs. Harold Hampton. Display Economist Frozen Food Anthorlty
blrthdny: topped whipped wiener roast picnic on ,, Nationally known Home and f
; vegetable, citrus fruits .' cream were served with\ the lawn of Mr. and Mra. H. B },
: brown egg, rut flower; Mrs. J. .
coffee. Hamilton of Smith Allupntlnh
A. Rotherham-brown eggs( roses, Prewnt! were the Ttev. and,' Mr*. Gardens. A card table was presented During Miss Hall's Visit Free 2 Only f
a: I lumlnum tray, baked foods John 11. Whitt, Mr. and ]111" J. to the honor Ruosts 2 Days Only-Admission Days
Maud ,
Mr* potted II Drawfly, Mr. And Mrs. A. D Present besides those mentioned HOW MUCH VdtR@' IS '

;. I plahti painting;handmade Mra. E. U quilt Summersett textile, Smith, Mr. and Mn. McConnell, were Mr. and Mr*. LorlnSHOWEIMN E! WIND USED IN MAKING SCRUNANSWP.R'A Ask HI* Mall to skew yon hewn atCas i

lime Juice, hat and purse made ol Amsn Freeier will Metnally
: I' straw maid, painted linoleum picture HONOR OF MRS. WIIICIIAUD I pay for Itself .In teed Mvlnis. Oil Products Inc. of Florida I
.. I suit cotton dress; Mr. H. -
t! M. Pool remodeled lull, pandanui GIVEN AT HOME OF MRS. FRANK WEim I Find out hew a. Amtn Freeier ,

I tram Mr. B, Q. ABOUT ran brlihlen every IDeaL
purse plttu/e ; :
.1 Bate*, chill souse, quilt tooled A shower In honor of Mr*. John were used for dl't'llraUonlnl'/ I 1MIt.e rI Friday, Mar\ 18-and Saturday. Mar.19 "
copper work; Mrs t If. Hannaadren H. Whlchard war given Wednesday the tint were. repeated In therefreshment .
made of sacks, crocheted evening by Mr... A. Frank" course of cake and AMANA FREEZERS TO 10 A. 1\1.\ to'I' 5) P. M. I
i 711 Mn A. C. Webb andMrs, John Andrew Bavarian cream Favor were .
I rug, 4 pickles; CHOOSE FROM!
Webb at live home of the former miniature baby dull. Th gift '
textUe painting, aluminum tray,, Fools
;r'" 1. coasters, Eaitr nerds picture;: on p. Kings highway were prevented In a play pen .Get the Fascinating& Facts About Frozen i
r : Mn. W. 0. Robertson, textile Pink and blue spring flowers decorated In pink and blue. GET
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-: painting, picture. necktie, apron. -- aWHSRB t.iiiiii.; OCVO6 Get money'Bavlng hints on how to shop for the !

I f 1 ( work Mr. E.tooled A. tam linoleum., tooled copper VAUGHAN TUNNELL IS GUEST PIANisT \ best In frozen foods. Get the latest frozen {ood i

Mr. R. W. Klngmtn, pointed AT MEETING OF JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB ', techniques. Learn how to select, prepare, wrap I
: a glauwtre Easter cards; Mr*. "
Sage rut flower, potted plant: Vaughan Tunnell war guest] memben who were to compel In and package for freezing at home. S
f: pianist al the meeting of Stephen the Royal PolncUn Festival
." Foster Junior Music, Club at the Th St Patrlck'l Day them Get the Facts About Amana Freezers!
I Mrs.. T. D. Plche will entertainth
home of Mill Margaret DclllngcrIn I wa carried out In the floral decoration Phone 511-W'
of First
Domes Class BnptlitChurch
o." ; NaranJ\ on Mar. 9. Sclectionn and In the refreshmentcourse
C .t S 0'01''l'llUI'IIIIu.\ were given oleo by the six club limeade and Iced take I ... How freezer families save money. How to lejcct

the right freezer. How to enjoy leftover foMs.

,1. How to freeze practically anything in your Amiss

I CtU Freezer-even tomatoes and bananas! :

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lleHsonEkctricrel. f rMm. ..| MW fM tiMiH laadlad. Don't Miss\ This. Fascinating Frozen .
I Now you can: enjoy better tenting
I redo fauN tool all y.. "roundl Food Demonstration. Plenty 'of I
AmuM Model SOY famous "Zere.
".' eIs. FIanI1ar : aeE.leUd I W U- gives yon CM cubic b t' Room. Comfortable Chairs. hen
>tij Id load Moral capacity! 0.I :" I.
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EXTRA "OTfCTlOH' : Invited! .

lr. For i $ free replanmenl.r.ranty .. \ .
t .setae Alvlnv" You it year
i on 1HIed,1II h iMcbaniwn, + and S Rtmembtr'J.
" I 1.rvM. W..w'. year poUace Imurtnr with every policy Amwa olMt Horn food the date. . Fri, Mar; 1?.& Sat. Mart 19 :

: $ Fretswt Cow .to and Itt An*** the lime. . 10 A.M. (o5 I) P.ltL. :

t .ftf., 1ajrIN Model SO I tan FTMM today! the place.. Gu Oil Products-Inc.,. of

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March 18 '
Friday, IIN9 't 1-
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... vm build 1-tbdeoeatt. ramUhnd I houe+ ,,
949 Mr, Qulnrr; Mvfrs <.q 0111_ Mint" fUiMut Jean Smith. hiiuw I."i "rirv "'"...' (or! ) 4th lit n. ttt-W...
- vllle, Kim hris twin ,siHlm| |( the Ruth KutUnd and John lope ,
wino, I IIOIH, with. her i Msln, ,, Mi* iirrlNivl from Florldn Slate .I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Itiimr Mi Hugh TK1-R

'Q t I bhrad> , '. ,hw, Burr" tu r'1111 .rMtv to spend the opting 110111111" J-I\CDHXM HIHNISHKI) Warren 1XMMh. .
Ai. In and Ground Piedi. 'ho' U \111I1 h_ lie a MM. IIOMF 1I."lartl. '" .
porch. double garage, lal' ..,.... Its-al) r..lap. a.-
Mr ate Mn Robert Krone fHaeaenaaali. __ I
Williams hoe rwUimad '-n on
M.lxjnura. excellent Iwatlon Price !
from John B Stetnon Unl- . K J.. are apandln. Watering outlil ready to <>-J.. MIA ftnanced See KCMOE: rig K. Keen Ave.
Homestead comity to apical the spring. h "li- II weak .ban with Mr Kronel Inch Yaa .r pump. itoubl outlet DAN leg' broker, Pit ... Phone 111
r at lays with her parent Mr. and. broker anal alaiw-ln-law Mr. sail CARD OF THANKS j with 400 It, t Utrimh\ rubber' 'hums.
.lob..ter. Mr*. DM WUI...... Mrs .*.. L. 1tI'OMo Sacrifice |I5fl Con b oat. at Lot MaIM, N. B Itth it,
Cptoii haa befit ernaMn 01U"" Quail Itooal rd, deed. Ph 144.R. ( ) ,
w/e ----- -- Billy Browa, mm *f Mr. a4Mn. MIl 14 a M ail fu'l 01 Narania or PhI RLLANSOUtf
Mr. and Mn Fred J. Fuchi, Jr,. I County Commis sonar PraahMB H U Brown, will leave .*- II It hi Me. In N. W. Third Our Personal Thank MI Miami lifter Sunday (mill) South AUapatlah Oardeni
are parenta of a third Son, Jamai 1 Bird left Monday on a builI .mamw Mr Unlvwalty of Alabama IlL acre of fined vefeetaMe REPAIR-N +eM --
William,who weighed elfflt pound I nest trip to Washington and Maw . attar amending t"hoUCIIt1I "- spring Dllseegaee t Tueaday of Me.soil to the r Mly Mr DrpL, Stork Line lxib, >' bed with Inner- log .land, 11'01IIbwIpIow., In radio repair all ;J
---I four ounce at birth' ...... U I Ia In I I York City Mr. Bird .baa received .here.Mr MM, Lola Deitx of florudsCYQ' iprlng" malli f n. Good rondl- etc on paved Mgawejr, m I at your ....... You bring I '1
Archer Smith H. a4 to Mir friend. M 4 lion 111 Slurp, K Avocado dr. last of Prtnoaten en Oeconut Meat I
cameo Fuch and Billy were re- of Waycroa: M, -'- *. C. B. Moor* erf Atlanta k .....wee Jr, of Ilialeah. I neighbor, tar aavUig" e.rk r%. ...-.. or "7. (mil) Drive. Price suit, toms :can be taken bee*
from the hospital fueadai eufJered at yl.ltkcg her scat and dau )iiar-M. I and free fire Mr. Mahoney MTW-1 I .MIA minute KOBWr
moved heart attack her pv few
N Mn 111 a and Mee J W. MMMtrJ .................y.'*M"........>. H ft CHH19CRAFT medeJ I., ,,
to the home of Fwh par borne Mr. fl. U Atklnaan mother law. Mr. lariat eat ibasnie.MILTON 'l.tM See.nadford, llomeelead PARTLY FtTRNTSHED Cave Ave, t last
i., enU' Mr. and Mr. Caiper Wit I, of Mn. Pedrlck and Mr. Bird Kingmn' rd and Coconut JAMES A& Mall SMITH nayfront Park HOME: on delrable big of Palm. Drive Florida "

r llama of Modcllo. I I la recuperating operation In for Waycroca the removal froman hIm ar. ........UOSriTAI... ..........KTWt.'.............. KUULINNarMja 47 Indian Chief MOTORCYCLE NEIL Fruit tree and \ (pal)
Mont J Baker of Bauer dr aye Mia France Morrla of WaahInglon. |Mo er take pkk-ui. truck ol planting TOTAL PRICK : JONES All ,
Peeblel of
of cataract II.Cemetery .
a and Mr Dudley .
returned Sunday from a two- i __ p. C,.' vial""" here thli Mr. of a eon born equal, value |In trade. .HMO. See BCHOE: of machine bought aold' t
Goulda arc parent registered broker. Ph -
!, month stay with his mother In I Met J. It Brook returned Saturday amok with Mia Mertle EbenauDt Mar It at James Archer Smith PULVFRIZED MUCK Sri aam- I Ph IU-R Box 924,
New Orleans He waa called ther'' I from Columbia, S. C., where Kingman dr. Mia Morris, aecrctary HoplUl. pie at & W. comer Silver' Palo CBS home about 1 year & (fSBU)
I by the (line** of hi* uncle D ahe had been at the bedaldt of to Dr Steeiman, phyalcianlo A eon wa born to Mr. and MrlCarl & Mausoleum dr. and Cooler rd. bedroom den fireplace mowing Carl Endllch, Rb
I Graham Young, who died five her father L. O Neal of Albe- the White House' peraonnel. II I Brantley of Princeton,, *,,' Call 5 8.n-4 Hun blind, knotty pine 400, Homeitead, (old
I day after Mr. Dukcr' arrival I marie S C., who hal been hospilallKed with Pmldcnt Truman' party In 19. large lot. Price $11,500.
Mar hwy.)
Mr, Key Wt. Morris and Mi** Woodlawn Park Cemetery Lot II and II Rlk. IS, Pnrvenlr, . place, Finn
for aeveral week Milt FCIIOR JORDAN, ref
i W C. Ewing wee a surgerypatient
Luther l. Chandler Iftt Friday Smoke left Monday on a builrtea. fclscmu. drove to Key West Wed.neld.y this week Medical patient ' 1280 S. W. 8th St., Miami Phone 181.... (mll-IS) W. Kings Highway, Ph. (f4tf),,
on a buBlneti trip to Mexico City, York and Mia Morrla will ac Kldd. phone .-'8'. i
trip to New City. IncludedMrt.. Gladys SANDING cad FINISH-
I mpitny the presidential party' A wide aeleetlon of cemetery lob TOMATO FIELD :39 ocre. tint New 1-bedroom hours',
Mr and Mra. Ansel Burrow Mr and Mn, L H. nolan expect l sack to Washington Saturday. Chas Cave, Robert Wolfenbai it moderate price available from picking now ready Aim) 1DEDRO by owner Cash or term Install oak and pin floor,
are announcing the birth of i a to leave today to make their \, r.rSI Ralph de Bedtt and Arturo Urge untold cemetery .acreige. )M HOUSE, fumlaliedEarl .. I UK. E. of nedland H. on and rubber tile linoleum .
pine-pound three-ounce inn Hob- home In WlllisUm, S C., where, Mr and Mrs Erie Tctan Nlcl-) of Homestead. .Mrs AnnaD. Community mausoleum of 1,134 K. Harvey eth ave. and 1Mbat ( ,) Ull-W: night 117W.
art Walter, on Mar. IS In JomelArcher they have purchased a farm The ..n.01 Denmark are pending Chapman and Mr Mn* VirginiaPoe Elite crypt and niche Homealead. (pmU) : reliable watch repII,""".+
Ume in Hommtead and werecenttallenat of Florida City, New CBS house, 62 N. W
Smith Hospital. I Unhand home here at 121 N.' E. tome IJ
Jewelry, McCroiy 1
hoe been aold to Mr and the home of Mr. beth Weatherford of Perrlna, 39 I-ton Ford truck good Urea, -off Krome ave' Two Art,
Mr and Mr. F. A, Ruff are Mr 17th. at.Peter E. Phillip* of Clinton, md Mts.. L. E, Fortyth of Florida lames McKenzie of Indl.nnpolla.1end ,! FOR RENT excellent nmditlon A. C. Deputy all tile bath, tile kitchen (.22U)
M. Drown of Waco Tn 10 N. W 4th ave. Ph. 149.mutt :
Cleo I
hippy to announce the adoption Ind, CII,. preu cathedral living HAVE anything' to sea
of a daughter, Martha who J-room cottage completely fur- ( ) M.SOQ, caih $40 per :IOu need anything vlall. N
weighed eight pound it birth on Kenneth Hoed of Chicago executive nlshed, bath, hot and cold balance Dr C. F. \ Shop. W.JUI mate,
fet Mir. BAn director of the leek Walton water, electricity Rear of 6 R. E 507-W. (31411)l( ) In good condltlen I aloveai: I.)
League of America I.I apcndIng > Ind ace Phone 251-K.! (pm8)! ) FREESc *. eta The 8p Shop
::: ;. eight-pound eleven-ounce aeveral day here visiting Fligler. A".. Uomrrtead.
tnjj :a DED ROOM CBS house
William James, wa born National Park I
: eon Everglade 1 1 1 1' Apt t bedroom bath kitchen 4fl7/ \
:. Mar. 12 In Jamci Arclicr Smith I 1 go* itlove Frlgidalre. Ph. fl9 n4. Acre unfurnlohrd for $ ,
e Hospital to Mr and Mr. Ceo.. Mr. and Mr*. Lawrence Kitchen, (pal)::1 4
:, :Zilch: of Homestead.Mis Mr*. Charlotte Marshall and Mn. :I ] nED ROOM frame ROOFS AND
-- Elizabeth Fowler left Tueadoy for 1 1 J-room apt with bath private Mn Ulllun Dornlg, far partly furnished )Ju.t REPAIRS
Barbara Well will leave their home In Toronto Canada entrance, partly furnished. l>h'l tory>trAlned Instructor on city limit at M.850, with
tJ' Sunday to enroll for her frcihmnn after pending two werka In Na- BBO-M-t White and Domestic sewing cash. and term on ', gravel, shingles .i'

:r,. year at Florida State University. ranja) with their brother and di- For for I Iroupl. mnchlncn, I I. at. our store I metal roof Iratalled.
rent Upstairs; apartment
_. Mr. and Mr F. U Wells will take ter-ln-law Mr. and Mr J, II. .: 100 ft U1 No. workmanship by to* I ,!
I heir to Tallahassee by automobile. Kitchen. II'I. Lula FlUh(mlllf, every Friday. loll IIIRII'IeUoh. tnONTAQB In Gould and Insured roofer".
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I"* automobile, on all nltnrhmpntx FRFE XSTIMAtTA:
? Mn Enola Smith of Alexandria 1 efficiency apartment, Quail I Including buttonhole marker 10 Acre very dnlrable
Mr. Dexter Smith' left arm Va. and Mr. Molest Walkup of Through the yeyf 0107 wile m.o haviTempbiilied Roost H., east of Farmllfe ,d. KINGS HIGHWAY at 366, Homestead
broken when the fell Fort Pierce are visiting friend vi'w city limit. Just right for
I waa rl'Cf'nt-1 the true clchntii of lowtof, .11' Phone Perrlne 3944 K. Holter- HAKIMS Co.
iy. I II In Homestead and Florid City .. mann. (pralS) development.A Roofing
.. uric week braot health. No (ommarbed the Refrigeration Co. .." 4t4'. Miami
I Mr*. Jack Zimmerman and! her OD1 I-room upstair apartment shareFrlgldahe (Arrow from Mltrhell't) REALLY NICE I bed I
mother, Mr. Ruth Snider, plan The Rev.Robert D. Chapman almost ualvtrtal recogaltioo of the nlua of summer rte. Down. Thane 188 CnS hnm', completely Sanding and tlnlahlnf.
I if'' to spend the week-end w 11y relative Jr., of Hiulenh former poster of stain porch apartment Mr etched on an acre near and rubber tile. Phone
In pohokee.I"J Florida City Community Church, health better than Brkemtaf( who laid., rAhale Maud! Chandler, Silver Palm! dr stead 11000. (mchStf) I I
wa a visitor In homestead and v Tennessee rd, (mltf)
cobbler is I better than a sick kJoj.t west of HARDEN-- ".ul n,. Inndnroplng.
< Mr and Mr. The Rochester Florida CitvTuesday Mr*. Chap- a mi a> I cod, send, rock ASK! US I' of Eden N, Y., and St Peter- mnn and! daughter, Mary Lynn The chief job of;the phydciao.and the pbr-T Small cabin I rooms completely fill topsoil Ph. 24VR potting. Write Rt 2, Hox CDS home on NW :jnih .. Corner Krome. eve,I tti
.:. burg, Flli., visited Tuwlay at the and Barbara, are, recuperatingfrom furnished. hot and cold' water, $M ; HomenUndBEAUTIFUL Now fully completed, E. 10th it Phone 83J-W.
home of Mr, and Mri J. A. Mc- mump mulct ii to keep you welL To this end both art educated a month. On Redlund rd, Rt 2, 14-A
". Nelll. Arthur and Earl purpoae.'Aaepbarwd.ta Box 393. (JSBtl$ ) ORCHIOT available For GROVES, EMPLOYMENT OITIC1
Brandenburg dedicated( la wart .
equipped, and Floral LOTS and member and ernplc/er
Homeiteid HOMES
University at all time 1
Cordon freshmen at Emory
:: Nancy Seymour, daughter of are pending the iprlng' bener prepared than ever before to aervt the health "Jerry" 'Mower. Call Doug at and Gift Shoppe, 122 N.W. 4th it., OPPORTUNITIES free OvId iulUvan. em.and
, Mr. and Mr. J. H. Seymour, underwent officer N. Kronit;
r holiday here with their parent, 147. no N. W. 5th it. (iintf) cor. 2nd ave. (silt),I '
a tonslllotomy Wadneiday need of due commuoitr. W* lonrite 70* t. Upt t "( See Phone 1M.
at James Archer Smith A house guest of Mr. and Mn., 2 1 new half-big cement mixer. CONCRETE nLOCKS!' all al I.e., RICHARD '
',' ii Jloipilal' < Harold M. Campbell U Mill Marjorl modern_ pteicr IptlonUbof_ >iorj< Ph. 147 Tower-Crow. (mfltf) Bruce' Block Co. Narnnja, nPlione RrglRtered Brokerer WANTED_ .. j 1,
-M t >t 1 .
i C rdiner( of Detroit. N .W'I 873.FLOOR John H. Hal, 84f|
*# ,4 frank TyantumaWerdseday< t. '1 Mw '. Ph). 448 or 7M-W P.O. & )
U ;from a trip to Key Vest rI Mr. and Mr. O. F. Jones of HOWARD JOHNSON. I'1.O. FOR BALK SANDING and FINISH1NO -rlulhei, ahoe, fumUl, 1
Tatum, 8. C., are house, guest el Install" onk and pine floors, Member of Chamber elephant etc!, to be''
I II . Mr. and Mn. Gco. Atkinson Mr. and Mr. Claude I. ChlpleyMn. =-1 anphiilt/ /and rnlilwr tile, linoleum,, of Commerce a rummage tale\ for local
have returned to their home In Glades Prescription ShopAIR International tractor, Super A. Day ph. ftll-W; night 117-W, ) 'l benefit Mr. John Reed,i
Ogden Utah, after Spending six E.> A. Robert and daughter all attachment new, Used only Krofne. Phone .. J 1.
.z_, 'weeks'I In Homwtead.Mr Tiny, were expected to return few day H A. MUhael, Per- Homeatead Clan Co--ClaM for J-brdroom frame house
last night from Klsilmme where CONDITIONED rlne IVi ml. E:, on Richmond rdmletq. all purpnte We do alert li.hglaring. 90x130 27 N. W. 4th sty "-Place M romp.nIOll/.
*. Grace Mel. Smith of Met Robert wa called Saturday ( ) 101 N. Krome, Phone ITS rtead. Ph. Miami 3-4141 or aura. for elder*
Griffin Ga, I I. visiting here with after her mother Mri H E owner at 1042 & Miami 1 or ihllJien. Phi 157-Wj, ,
her aon-ln-law and daughter Phay suffered a tmke, Mr. Roberta > Miami. or after 8 p. nu r
Mr. and Mr. Joel J. Robinson accompanied hi* family to ,
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KlRilmmee and pent the weekend CROUSE & BURR CABINET SHOP I II
Mrs Herman Helnlcln, a Vicepreildent there I
of the Florida< Congreuof Clyde N i11-rnorlda;; City and -- - I 'When in need call on us. I II r'
Parent and Teacher la expected
a to return today from Ocala Fort Pierce I* recuperating In I Builders and Rcmodclcr I I II I
3 where eke went Monday to attend Fort Pierce after an emergency h.
a the date board meeting.J appendectomy performed there West $ 2.90( Fine Woodworking a Specialty I
I Mar B Mr and Mrs.Lester Walkup Key I Homestead Loan' Co.
: C Kldd I la ill lIt hi* home on of Florida City are visiting at ( Electric and Acetylene Welding
the Nclll home
N. Krome ave. Tampa -
SILVER PALM DRUK-ONE Mils WEST OF U. S. 1 205 N. Krome Ave.

ji I I ,,Ii|Ir:: I FITZPATRICK'S FINE FURNITURE c St.Jacksonville Petersburg 6.45 7.20Hot ( rbene ttl-W-1 Collateral Loans-.$50.00 to $300.00Rhodes' .

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DICK'S' WINS Z GIld Dk with*'> defeated J t. t" Minml Spring I Frown Foe4*Jtenonstralion Today. ws .

i CLASHES IN AAU soar ST-ll of alter 22.J 1H buil'linx,at< lie i ui|half-time from a I And SaUufliy at Gas-Oil Products .\.

Lot pace) I iiu' Mere with IIpoinU. ; tIIoo':
I MI. Jeanne Hall, natsMMtt" foods kd. will show how a CaMttyCM
CAGE TOURNEY known hone oconomM and hue wl ,food sock cfeMllr M toH .
Harvey Kobillard Will I food authority will eebduet percent
'sunk-eeedsd. Dick! Drive In frown food and AMM horde Mice Hall will Yaw how toelect
Speak for Lions Club .
awed into the quarter freeter demonstration\, lo&sy and prepare and package food
[ _i of the state AAU tournat Or t. N Kennedy of the WildLife I tomorrow at the store of GaOU and game for freezing and how
lad night I after defeating and Fro* Watriah. Com I Products, Ine, of Florida, ST to eerre better brighter 1
meals, Mr. Cook said.
-- tKwd.r Usdverslty of Miami miplpnpoke! to the Red:.and Dl S. n il.r iv* TIlt att-day. demonstration
of comfortable chain will
alP't and Miami prints' trlq Lions Club Tuesday eveningon will take ptece between Plenty
L W bie dty night oonaemtlon. the boon' of 10 t. m-'ftd 1p., m. be available for thoae attending
the demonstration ho said, and
i In the nnt-round tart, Dleki Next Tuesday evening, Harvey In announcing the dtfnoftstra- sr.w.
jhaded TKB W-JJ after lading l Robillard of Miami Beach, a pad : lion Victor S. Cook. Horeerteed visitor art welcome, 'to stay at. r..
loaf u they like with no obligalion
(hrougbout the game Robert 8ul district governor of hone Inter- manager for Oas-Ott Products
Ryan was high man with 13tountere national, will speak to the club on Co. Hid: "Miss Han km five ...P'Vdl. 1
+ and Jen LoU was sec Llonisin. 'fascinating IlCtI. O ;:_frown .mowSchool Council Leaden w.

u Go to District Conclave .7./ :
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j fl,! Representatives of the Redland
_ i . High. School student council who
: Y, :...:.. Mended a meeting of the Seventh
I .jl' District Mar. 10 In Key West were
i :" .' Roy Sunken JeanetU Johnson,
1 ,' Geraldine Lawn and Diane
J I Lounsbury They alio visited the
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naval baa and the aquarium
t I :' enjoy season's wear:; in ,the \ .iil. : Sale We are pleased to announce

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t Ai Benefit for Hospital

I next 8 monf/jjf/ \: tG Unde/ the chairmanship of
f Mrf. John Reed, the Soroptlmlit
I Club of South Dade County la that
planning\ to hold a rummage sale '
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' to help rasa funds for acutely ,
i . .j'..j .."If'. \ needed improvements at the .
Junes Archer Smith Hospital "
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Clothes, shoes, furniture-even!
(h, : unwanted Christmas gifts-will '
nr . //f + \be gladly received says Mr. "
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ii'4 : Reed who plans to store the
'1 .. . donated articles In a room back SAL MARCH 19
'. of the Reed Poultry Market, 237
.' : North Krome.

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.4 t if' Flofshcim( Summer Sport Shoes Now! : o
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,I4 l\ CaUdreai' ..der Adultst....NUM.>fi ten.0c to|twelve.Mallire Ue.(till(Ta e ..:,Included.nv). sea)- South Miami Don't. miss the opportunity t to' sec .this completely\ ',':

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new : t..
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II (Roaring new Western thrill) t bleak. ... of traffts BM sa QHc ,Single double bed in one minute
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I 1. ( Palooka the action kind of the come... In aitlon. See the Saturdays.eooUnuous I to It MB.Sundays .
1- battle of the century) continuous I to 11 p.m. Up ,to 30 miles to the gallon of gas.\,! j l' "

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BOB HOPE, JANE RUSSEIX In 1 aad I ,& . y i

"TUB PALEFACE I 8-MMU Mar Se-ll '. . .
(Made In Technicolor) Beauty performance economy r' '
(Funny enough to make Mlnnehaha Ha Ha right but loud
Bob on the road to ruin with Rumll and loving It) DEL GEDDE9 OB'. fMSTON I
Aided Des Cm*.* toakhif ef AnbMls; -IUUUBMBal Mselby' nab, awi0ng '
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ROBERT PRESTON BRENDA-MARSHALL In to .r..M."db ea.a.w..M..d.I..Mra.l.Is.f
"Smart Girls Doft'tTa1k"
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(Color by Technicolor) gal Mar IJMWe FeatjM : 545 N. E. 15th Street t
(CA new Lttdd thrills the Old Weal When ho talk with a alx DONALD (Red aaMt'1a \
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