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 25, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00653
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE





The Redland Districts Reliable NEWS\ paper Since 1912 ,


_88th Year No. 12 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA> FRIDAY MARCH! 25,1949, A Cents ,





I PERRINE VOTES TO BE OR NOT SATURDAYI-I










Forcible Collection Cheaper To Replace and Bette r ,Plane Proponent Sprayingig Say PARK LIFE IS County Contracts i For Lets Hospital totaling Contracts tUl.TOO Kitchen were 3 NEGROES, 12 WHITES BACK OUT \,




Plan spraying of winter trope ..,.. On Monday a Stearman wu THREATENEDBYLOMATER awarded and equipment Tuesday of for I new construction kitchen
COMMISSION
OF
against blight and insects, Intro bought lor conversion Into the I at Dad County Hospital, Count RACE IN MOVE

first of a fleet of from eight to Commissioner Preston B. Bird reported .
Of Personal Taxes duced Ihli season by Hall Dusting
ten pry planes to 'be put Into yesterday The kitchen wa i

Corporation may make obsolete operation by the company next designed by C J. Parnun, Homestead TO
COUNTERACT RESIGNATIONS
the nor expensive and cumbersome season. architect ;

air dusting enthusiast predict Flint spraying I In, been In lilt The contract awarded were:

In California for the part 20 yon Bradford Builders. $86,000, build.

Voted Council Mr. Eicher says, but this U its 'the prolonged drought, mitigated Ing construction; Sterling Equip.
by Special planet fitted with ISOfallon -
rewire voter win to the
TilE WEATHGU go
I tint Introduction Into thus area only a little by the weekend MInt Manufacturing Co., 129.178
tank and notzles spray ralna two ever-mere- equipment; Oils Elevator Co.. OfTM.il nose.e er. ewes+e.r poll tomorrow to decide whether i

.. parts and pumps developed by pose $8.087; and Norton Ganger Co. -*- are". s.* ssas e'.s.sa.se to continue or to dissolve the

___ n I II the company, spray al extremelyhigh STEFFANI GETSFULLTIME I log thread to Everglades NatlonaParkfire IT.158, refrigeration Nan .I.lflawtMIa. Infant city which has had a
I I pressure a concentrated and the Ion of birdllf Mar IT M 411 lUG

Forcible collection: of all delinquent .: solution of dlthane on the crept, by the drying up of the feedIng Crippled Children Need MaMa,. IS. IS all 2999 stormy career line IU' Incorporation -
Mar 19 14 ss song Mar IS, mi Dluolullnnof
personal property taxe TOLL BANNED explain Manager Ceo. Eicher. AIDE grounds, report Perk Super*
lllood From
Hound-up Mar 10 It tt IOU'.211' the 'will
The cost of spraying it about Intcndent Din Beard city require a twothird. t
authorized Monday night by
wu
,. 21 TS (3 300SO.II
11.54 an acre and the coil ol Hour of the South Dad Blood majority.
OFFICE HERE( Large fires near the eastern
AT
the city council. Clerk It. E. Edwards Man II 83 03 2115o.1t
I dusting I U about 14 IS. The high boundary of Everglades" National Bank roundup Sunday In Barred This will be the only Isnueas the .r
have I Mar, 23 84 II 1980
wu Instructed to results In finer atomlii-
ON PERRINE'SMIAMI pressure Heart clubhouse will be from 10
Park early Sunday and again 12 whit and three" negro noml ,
Police Chief Wm. F. BranUey : lion and better coverage, he layaOn W T. Tall of Winter Haven nil Monday gave park fire Otritl.II,1 a. m. to a p. m. Instead of the nee for city commission I

serve warrant If needed to effect spray plane war put Into i been appointed assistant to County here to map out fire control usual 1.30: a.m. to 1 p,tn, official withdrawn from the patshave .
roe.The
the collection. experimental UM this season by Agent Chat. H. Steffanl for measures, a chance to convert 'tale.Donor. DONAHUE MADECOMMANDER nominee were F. W. Walker
CALLS the company which successfully, full-time duty at the county strategy Into action. 1 are asked to specify that
Upon report by Building Com sprayed thousands of acre or! agent' office here, Mr Stetfanl) Helping to fight the flames war their blood be given to the Florlda Chat Ousley, Walker Fowler
OF Ray Morris, P. O. Tyr W. O.
mltteeman J. O. Wyfin that there tomatoes cabbage, okra, e'IIPlant'.nd announce. Wm. Savage forester. who came Crippled Children' Commls. Talbott.. M. Pederaen. Talloy.

has been some protest against other produce, Mr Eicher I A graduate In agriculture al here from the Richmond regloni lion which li appealing for IOCdonatloni Penny, M. T. Hagan, Michael

trailers perking V lit the resident Toll-free telephone service between University of Georgia Mr. Tall office for conference Tuesday to carry on its summer LEGION POSTLeroy Gallat Fxlw Bishop' and Ceo

section, City Attorney\ Ira C. Haycock Homestead and has worked for the 17 schedule of corrective surgery
and Perrln HEADS past yean with the Everglade fir official! Slrmans, white and Ben Shavls,
was Instructed to draft an between Perrln and Miami was LEHMAN with the citrus and truck grow A 'gladei buggy, tractors and adozen work. Several Redland District A. U. Coleman and Neal Shackle
F. Donahue elected
.'.ordinance restricting the trailer authorized under order err of Polk County lie war men were pressed Into aer-' children are beneficiaries of the war ford, colored

to authorized parks, except under, an announced ROTARIANS HERE recommended to the county com viet to extinguish the names, commission. commander of John G. Salley Given a* the reason for their

special permit. Monday by the staterailroad : mission by H. O. Clayton, director Mr Heard report. Post of the American Legion at dropping out, war the desire that
The council approved a recommendation and public utllltie commission of the extension service, ai Burning off the llnder-dr; the annual
meeting Monday night the present commission day In
by Mr. Wynn that the toll-free, The service order also between providesfor Miami FOR YEAR 4950'i the tight man for the place here. ,, grass on the shoulders of Krorrn $170,000 PAIDBYU.S.FOR200 Ceo. N. Mcllunh was, IIIIId.fl..t offlco: Assistant Mayor' David J.

city furnish gasoline for Building and North Dade and between i says Mr, Steffanl. He will be on and other roads wan among the vie commander) Richard U ht fold the leader In additionto
Inspector Blake W. Stevenson'icar full-time duty at the local I officeto fire safeguards planned at Tues.day's .
Schmunk aeound vice-command- Mr. Light the\ Incumbent official
Lee Lehman
North Dade and Hollywood.A H. chosen
war
when used on city Inspec- of the
help solve the problems conference In the park (10
er Joel J. Robinson third vicecommander wishing resign ire Mayor
;
spokesman for the telephone president of the Rotary Club for
t After, protest by I. W. English company told the Leader Tu... Ittt'SO at a meeting of a new},. avocado, lime and vegetable heidquartrri. here Burning the ; Wm. J. Oeronlmo, R. P. Barfirld and Commiialonn -

day that It would require from a elected board of director held grower grass will mlnlmlre the fire danger CARS POTATOESA finance officer; and Wm. Magulre James A. Brown and Cecil
that rock hid been removed by o
After school Is out Mr. T.IIv.1II to the park from lighted A. Barber
.' trustee.A .
yearto, IS month to make the Monday night Henry Prldgen Incumbent
city authorization from a trip
be Joined her by hi* wife matches and smouldering cigarette Joint Installation of Die Should the city be continued
construction and will automatically
along the side of his Civic Center engineering president, end his two children, Mini Betty. stubs thrown from passing car.. total of II 10.0\10, "* lot or officer of the Homestead post the expected unwillingness of the
changes necessary to comply with become vlcepreildentand i
Addition, an adjustment meetingwai the order, but Wednesday the a aecretary-treeiurer will be: a freshman at Florida State University Beard explained money In my man'i language," end Merlin Moore 1'01of Per four to stay In office would place
between Mr. Englishand ,
arranged Council President commission was reported to have chosen at a later date. and Jimmy, a student It Chief Guy tender of the II has been paid local growers for rln* will be held Apr. 4 In the Perrln In a peculiar position.
Mayor Kirby,
I Winter Haven 'Junior high county Everglade Fire Control Mr Light said to law.commissioner ,
Perrlna school The According
J. T. Godwin, Street Com Issued another order instructing The other director, who were more thin 200 car of No. t potatoes auditorium
school Dlntrlcl attended the meet and
the company to eliminate toll chosen by the club at election meeting will be '(lptIto the can not resign
mlttetman Russell Ho n. and an avured park official of adoucooneratinn bought $ere under the .
charge between Perrln and Miami held last week the regular public t until their successors lire chonen.The
t Contractor Douglas Tower.. Mr. .t|
In working out more government purchase plan report commission itself fill only
t to dedicate the "bY' tilt next tilling date. Wednesday noon meeting inParkway can
offered
t property English to the city for allei par.LLtrrmaa.L ,i A, Miami official of the tele- Restaurant will, be JR F. E. C. MOVES 3YARD" effective plum for ,next year'itire Rolland 0 Bell cmitracUniofficer. one vacancy, h* said
.
control '
adMdal'o4op.. i QIl4I..JomPa n1.Ill."lai4 the' \yester'd4r' ,, Brooks, E. D. Blackburn Roy <*. County.. FIre,Chlei\ ..,H.Ciwreport : : iwced.:Th*4ujaoluUmt heavy n.I.\oote( oI.1badlt.li op...
t Vedneldl'order 6. Chandler Pusehas'ptobabtyi'lvln ft\LI:
F f arty would do the lam. no copy : and Thoe. B. RoyalThe BUILDINGS "* that the 'seek.e \ ">atgt 1; ran and lad fafultahl loam of Its police 1
of the commission had been to be
Th council voted to table McreUry-trfBturer, tknu
:
hive helped "i tot" In cutting .to be mad for th* rest of protection Mr. Light said 'The
action estimate by Wilson received yet by the company "All elected from the membership, wilconstitute
on an
J down aporadle grass and wood the season, he Uld. Shipment an ease of the two road patrolmen
McCun and Co, Miami tax revaluation we know 10 far li what w* hive the seventh member ol FROM] CROSSINGThree '
engineer, who ask seen in the newspapers so we are the board. The Incumbent secretary fires that last week-threatened to the southeastern states for use New officers wilt\ b* elected by accused of raiding negro card

$7,000 to revalue and equalize unable to comment on the order li Wm. J. Gerona no, who rural grovel and home A welcome In federal Institutions schools. Arrant-Smith Post V. F. W. at game and keeping the ronfli
mill building used to record of no fires this week cited ash I II a concrete exampleof
tax assessment within the city officially the telephone company hat been re-elected term after hospitals, etc.SERVICES. 8 o'clock Monday night In legion(
house gasoline work tools was reported by the Homesleacfire what the negroes are up
limit spokesman laid. term. i can Hall at Slf S. Krome ave. Installation -

City Clerk Edwards Was Instructed The company would of course The new officer and director and oil were moved by F. E. C. department which hm recently I II scheduled for Apr. 11. Igalnut"Former

to reject request of the comply with'any order of the will not take .office until July Ii crew this week from their 30- been krpt on the go by Nomination for all office were' ( Count Road! Patrolmen i

Dade County League of Municipalities commission to the best of ill but they are elected enough: In i year (location between the Leader grass blazes HERESATURDAY made at the Mar. 14 meeting, but Winston C. Ualley and Nor
The current drought, the fifth
for a $40 donation In ability, h* said. However the advance to permit (their attendance Enterprise building and the tracks additional nomination may b* man Frazier who resigned Mar,

addition to the city' original $400 sudden deluge of call between at district conference and assemblies at the Krom eve crossing to a within the pest ten years, may FORMRS.CIIAMBLISS mid Monday night. All member I 17 have been accused by Johnny

contribution to help fight con Pertlne and Miami which would that will familiarizethem location some 50 feet farther went make Inroads on the bird and animal are urged to attend. Lee William rewire negro of

solidation. result with the lifting of the toll with the work they have and eras the tracks. life In the park Beard fears Every able post member I I. raiding three card game Man 12

A suggestion wu mad by would Jam existing line and other ahead Removal of the building from Despite the rains, water levels asked to report at the post homebuilding and falling to turn In to thesheriff's
feet below normal threatenthe
Richard H. Donovan that the city facilities to an extent that would The weekly meeting of the club' the crossing war asked by the two alto at 8:30: Sunday, morn. office the undetermined
birds' at the
ground
obtain second police car to prevent not permit satisfactory service did not take place at noon in theParkway i Chamber of Commerce several feeding Ing to finish pouring the lintel amount of seized money.)
Lake Funeral service
East River and the Cuthbrrt for Mrs J. It "ThoM nidi
phony are no new
In he said but took the month in the Interest of for the new building announced
its being left without one Wednesday : ago
rookeries he Ai the water Chambllsa of Homestead who "
says thing here Mr. Light said.
"Our present facilities an engineered fish and civic beautificalion. Building Committee ChairmanJohnny ,
form of Ann night safety
of accident to the police I Rotary I ,
case I recedes, the bird also are thinning died it 4 30 Mar. 24, will be held "Officer used to tag. them be
machine. The recommendationVa for the toll bails, the fry held at the home of Rotarian' The removal also coincided with Davis and Construction
I out at Taylor Slough near at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoonIn
telephone official pointed out "If of Section Foreman Vannl. Lee Harris for the city MM incorporated
referred to Mayor T. E. Kirby ant Mrs W, E. Rbeney on Bliciyne the' wishes Supervisor
and Chief BranUey for ,I\Id1.1 the restraint of molts I Ia taken off dr. Wednesday evening. W. E. McLan who asked that the I paradise Key, The oncepopulousShark the First Baptist Church of The next step will\ be construe: and they took advantage of our
River rookery was virtually Homestead. Burial Will be In
unsettled condition to them
Authorized building permit In- before we have time to augment building be moved from the lion of the root which member stage
fluded seven for $19,900 worth of these facilities, our system will be Winds Rains Knock Out mainline to a lido-track In theInterest wiped out In the drouth of Plains, Ga. hop to finish by Apr. 0 and 10, again The negroes her have bern
$. Mrs Chimblld suffered
4 a subject to a lot of strong-arm
construction and eight plumbingpermits overloaded and service I I. boundto of safety and efficiencyIn when the post will be hOlt to the
The be slipshod"MILITARY 70 Telephones in Area his work. stroke two years ago and mother Cootie and the district convention tactic which the city police forcohad a
to :
amounting $53. Baptist Youth Center Wednesday night the day after After the roof I I' on all protected them from" d
Construction: permit Issued were Week-end flurries of rain and C. W. McEwen a former reil her only ion and his family had I I
a* followJ.: H. Cornelius. high wind resulted In torn 70 dent of Homestead was In chargeof Coos Into Operation returned to Georgia from a visitat I "meeting of the poit will be heldIn ,

$10,000 CBS residence In Seville; RITES local telephone being out of the carpenter gang that did the her home, I S. W First it the new building. I,
Installed for
Light being last
are Sine the ground-breaking SOFTBALL BOYS
Florid East Coast, $3,000 repairs'to order on Monday. Underground moving. Selected ai pallbearers are 3 I
buildings'In Hall' Addition; cable were casualties of the rains night play on the outdoor basket Leroy Kulp T. E. Kirby, Preston September pearly. every week

Wilson Crosby, ",SOO addition to HELD MAR. 23 FOR when water seepage caused shorts and volley ball court" of the Full a Bird. F. A. Turner, T D. Plche poet member hv contributed RE-ELECT SHALL {

residence In Fre*', Addition; In the line. Th unusually strong April 1 Is DeadlineFor Baptist Church youth center, reports and J. R. Byrum labor. The wall are up and two ,

' jpomestead Furniture Co., $300 KEYS VETERANMilitary wind took toll of tile overhead All Tax ('ayentaP.J the Rev. John H. Whltt Henrietta Davidson Chambllas third of the lintel I I. poured. Last
y root repair, John Clark, $700. wire Sunday 10 member and severalfriends Ceo. Skill was re-elected pre.l.dent
} was born In Plains 79 yean ago,
tram building In Freed' Third Repair crew went "on the 11 Is the deadline for filing A graded schedule of play U moved to HomcstMd1 In 1910, and of the post worked on the of the local Softball leagueat

, Addition; Mr*. H. Evanoff, $700 funeral service for double" this week In *n tttempt en real state and being arranged for children and WM left a widow In 11I37. She building. the spring re-orgintzatlon gqueeting

" repair to building In LlnscoU Chester D. Butter of IsUmorado to get service back to normal personal property and for claimIng for Intermediate and young peoples has<\ been tn active member of Tuesday night In the city

,( 'Addition; and Irving Hunsberger. 20-yer-old tailor killed In action exemptions. The county tax groups plant arc being the First Baptist Church and of lied Cross Asking Aid hall H. L. Brown wa re-eloctod (

'$COO for remodeling residence In off Okinawa on Apr. 6, 11145, wereheld office will be open until B p. m. the T. E. L. class. At Area Donations Lag treasurer
worked out by athletic committee
an
,Boulevard Adc11Uon.Soroptlmlata Wednesday afternoon 'In Miami tLYELVINGTONHELD I dally through March to permit Surviving ant: her son, Dr I Plan were made for a repreaentaUva -
Memorial Park by the honor the filing of Ux return and tax composed of Kermit Wenk< Rollln ChimbUs of the University South Did has achieved\ but group ,Jo (nest Thursday

ileac corps of Arrant-Smith Post, V. exemption claims. stern of the adult department J. I of Georgia faculty, Athens tt per cent of Its $9,000 quota (In I night will a city council, delegation

Federation President F. W. The Rev. John H. Whitt, IN KILLING W Routon Tom Smith Russell 'Ca.; her daughter, Mrs Geo.rianlgin the American Red Cross drive, to 'seek way and mean of ,
chaplain read the service al I
post Home and Miss Wanda Smith of with whom she made report Chairman John Hal financing construction of CBS

The Soroptlmlst Club of South the raveside. the young people1 group and Miss her horn; two grindsons Carlsonand Mr. Hal. ask that would-be bleachers, which with sanitation ti
Pc Justice Vernon W. Turner
bade rill meet next Son of Capt and Mr. Edw. donor telephone him it 441 or facilities will cost about $7,000,
County, uld that he hid : Deity Taylor and Jim Morris of John Chamblli of Athens; a
yesterday
Monday noon in Bamboo Tavern Butter of Islamorado, young 1tLIIU JIIrdI the Intermediates granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Ml- Z78-R for pick-up of their con- Stanley Wlttkop war appointed
Trading Butter w*. a native of Florid issued a warrant charging Carol rlbutlona chairman of a commute' to stage'
Instead of In the e.miJIo I kell of Miami; ( gnatgranddaughter I Ito
Leon
Port which hai begun its At the tlm of his death b* WM Yelvington of Franjo with Sandra Mlkell and a On Mir. 21 only 43 per cent of a dance after Ester to raise I fund
Told U.
;
Lt. Go Leonard Usina
tint murder In the hootIng' ,
fireman first class the uss degree .
Monday closing. a on I sister Mrs Willie I BoswcU of the county goal of $302,200 hadbeen build new backstop and to
This week' ,program of the Newcomb. Temporary burial wa Sunday of Frederick B. Spur I To, Visit Kiwanis Club Plain collected. Report will be omplete the reconditioning-of the

aervie club wa devoted to plans la Hiroshima. Ung Jr. also Of Franjo.No _Yo: tabulated again on Monday, field, now under way.
date has bm set lot the Lt Gov. Leonard Usina will be
I' for raising money for James inquest into the death of Spurting That a fish fry U not the the special guest of the Florida
L 0. O. F. Will Hold
Archer Smith' Hospital Auxiliary 10, former common-law husband proper setting for anything boiledor City Kiwanis Club at the weekly $$50,000 SOUGHTTO Auto Phone Used by Jimmy Sottile
which w** recently ,organised District Meeting\ Here of Yclvlngton'i daughter Virginia stewed. dinner meeting tale evening In III'

under Soroptlmlst sponsorship./ Ydvlngton I* being held without e e e the Parkway. )lr. Usina.*ill meet To Keep Tab on Company Interests
attending Grand Master
Plan were made, also, for E. C Thompson FINISH NEW\
bond In the with the of director to
! 'a regional banquet In of Fort Lauderdale win be honor county jail That a popular young dentist board
Funeral service for Spurting canine teeth that give them pointer on how to Improve -
pulled some
Coral Cable Apr. 2 when the guest at I meeting of the L O.
will be conducted by the Rev. the of the club. An automobile telephone bused a radial slgnill to In operator In
.president of tile American/ Fed- X F. of District 21 In Homestead were really canln the other night, functioning CHURCH PLANTA
Wm. Kepelk of Perrln at 29'clock Walter Weiss. director of the Sottll the mobile telephone office" In
oration of Soroptlmlst Club will Tuesday evening. Refreshments but he wont have to take out a a by James (Jimmy) .

I be the ipeiker. will be served after the meeting. Chit afternoon In' a South vet'i license u he wa merely Greater Miami Crime Commission Jr.. -of South Dad Firms, IneH Miami. The operator 1* given the
Miami funeral horn. The Dad acting the good Samaritan told the club Friday night one-week eruwd to raise number and the button U kepi
constant touch 'with
to In
' County Guard of Honor will officiate .e. that corruption In the law enforcement 40,000 to complete construction keep pressed In to make a u-anumttter

I Growers Diamondbacks ,to Play Ball at military rite at the agencies made difficult of the new First Methodist Church the tar flung $InUrttU 'of theIIOt'IIpan of the ipeclal radio act Installed
That line the of those
!
i screen In 'th. To
iramld in Miami MemorialPark i clean-up of Dad County, Mr. ,. car. listen the button
, :' April 5 to Benefit Local Hospital] railroad building has been removed Wales totaled out that gamblersand building will 'b* launched her Instead of the local exchange, U reloftaed. T

Spurting &leave hut parent Mr. certain newspaper can'lwait other violator of the law are Sunday by Dr T. 0. Hunt of the a Miami station handle tile call For an Incoming call a bell a

tnd Mr*. F. B. Spurllng of Franjo, until Its building operations frequently tipped off from the general board of mission and ring and I rod signal light: up

e'Th traditional baseball game pital which take are of our Injured end three alitera.IIOmTAL art complete "brfor clearing awaycrap Inside) so H to render Ineffectiveany thurch extension. Dr. Hunt will of the mobil telephone which U and remain on until the call I*
lumber and debris.Thai fairly simple to operate.,It 1* the answered
Redland
between Homestead and youngsters., sometime without raids. .
of the Sunday morning
toga schools, scheduled for Apr,, charge," Mr. Worley laid. CROUP TO MEET . The club director voted re- have charge sam a* the hind set of | regular Inaugurated by the Bell System
.
I on the Homestead diamond, will Tickets for this opening baseball Jam** Archer Smith Hospital ) the Miami-reported fnakl coolly to Join the Inter-club council and evening tervlce an- telephone except for the addition on June |7, IMS, In st Louis, the

be/sponsored by James Archer game, slated (to begin at 51: $. iutlliary,will mH In the ooun reception l .f television beamed and appointed President Ceo. aounce th* pastor the Rev. t. E. ol an Important little button ball. mobile telephone tervtc now ba


Smith Hospital Auxiliary with all will be on eels at the Dixie Drug ril dumber: ,of the city ball this out of New York-when 30 mile trbogsjt and Secretary Arthur Jenkins. way between the mouthpiece and more than 1.000 subscribers: End

proceed to go to the hospital, announce Mr. and Mr*. Tom Collins evening *t I o'clock, announces .I* the normal limit due to curvature TroxeU M representative In the The $100.000 church plant I II the earphone. To make a call, the. a welting Itat-It operate** 19

,announce* Coach Paul U Worley. hospital auxiliary\ member )I,... B. A. Tlbbita president. A of the earth-wu 'caught "trouble-shooting group of the under construction M M. Krom lit I* removed from the book and radio UUonl In lit clue to Uk I

""Nad to play Jot UM hos la chars of arrangements. IuU.attendtoc*) 1* AaairadL here by Cecil Dodd. llth XXviaioa club . ave at N. W. StVtttb it., j the button 1* pressed in t* tend care. of the Mil, .*.l"



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Ov .esuch s 11.a Optical rreacrlpUea Servk
die po aM; nominated Qlty council for the Monday city charter night, Inner lining[ of specially compounded rubber w

MN.. M _. .... _II ....... revision board P. J. franklin, N ,. 3s DAILY, Tl'ES. TURD SAT.-LSI: '"te 1.31I prevents seepage of air through tire body
Mtick II Illl. 1 Ik* pd 1M T. MLCourtne7lk Skill l
.ThInsrl.'W.' r.M tee, = : y ( Wed Merry IlomeateM Fhene III
Julian Webiter and A H. Hin-
M.n-k under the tread
rubber
ma.... ." ode Layer of self-sealing
d elud I. "Mr Luna Jordan pioneer protects against loss of air due to punctures j
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I.I Thoughts for the Wakeful resident; died Mar 1< at her home '
I In Miami..." beads :.
Br Annie Majhew FlUpttriek! ; Announcing Rim-seal ridges are molded on the
'CoWIt, Commissioner J. D 3Jia.dIr.
Water' I.I dripping aofUy from ttie Redd went to Jicksopvlllf on and provide positive air-seal at rim.

Sleepily cave. you apeculata. official"''A "Ine business.pound" eight*ounce I parent of a eon born Mar It at .......--1 REMOVALof Fits drop center rim in good condition.
"It la a.light rain, Navy dew or daughter was, born to Mr and Post Graduate Hospital ,." 1I 1 any
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fog Mrs. J, 8. Rutland Mar, II In I 'Mr, and Mr*. Richard Bugler I
The
Gadabout offices
Cauilnf/ It to predpitet.eSomewhere Florence Hunt Hospital" I... proud parent of a ten-pound : from 62 West ,
"Mr H. E Schiff entertainedthe born Mar IS' at Florence Hunt . I Flagler St., Miami ITo I
dow la In banging.the houae a win Comui Club ." : Hospital .. :' By Helen Whiting Ftrreyn I IMrl.UA. Texaco One-Stop Station
1 Pete Morgan underwent an Ii I
Worried, you wonder mildly "Mr*. E. A. Carter was elected i 761 N.W.13th Ave.
appendectomy, at Pod Graduate ,, .
Who moved the chair let to holdit president ot11.. Redland Home Hospital" ----.... r ----- R U. BONE SON
i Demonstration Club. ." '
fut "Mrs. Ceo; T. Hanson I I. recgperitlng Our visit to the museum and Miami Phone 3.5982 HomesteadPLUMBING
*" In teas eight wind bl.wIII '. Wro. C. Ewing and Wm. Mustelwhlte from a recent Illness." art gallerlea In Rourlo, Argen North Krome Ave. .
wildly! expect to spend the "New officer of the Woman'i tina revealed little difference
wtek-end In West Palm Beach. Club of Homestead, are Mrs. On from those In our
1 ht.: You dose, but the dog starts to own countryexcept '
growl and bark 'Mr*. J. L. Balchelor wi on- Neff, president; Mrs Ceo. T. that''I could not read the 1
It Frightened little, you wonder ored with a handkerchief ver Ranlon, first vice-president; Mrs. card During my tour I learned G. A. ,CRAWSHAWCivil
'04 i tl Who or what la prowling!! about by \the Solo or Shine Club. ." E. A. EnnU, second vice-president; that Juan Berrone, a native .
"'J.t Uncomfortable thought to pon "Little William Fliulo. eight- Mill Jennie Lobdell, recording sculptor, wa born In 1893, and Engineering INVENTORY SALE'
., der. )'lIr-olillOn of Mr and Mri Tony secretary; Mr*. N O. Ball, audi left to study Uw in the University Surveying
M "d1nI I rasulo, wii honored it a birthday tor; Mrs. Ceo. Fuller, treasurer; of Genoa. H* was graduated from
The clock atrlke once. Dy the party . e attended by BO guest" and Mrs. C W. Mangui, corresponding the Academy of Fine Art In Prices Reduced 10 to 50%
light of the atari "Mr. W. R. Bird entertained secretary..." Genoa and ha been recognized '
You try to figure half pail a* e great sculptor In both Europe Announcing Our Appointment as .
a the Rambler at a bridge luncheon '
CAR LOADS FOR SALE
what. . ." Maintenance Superintendent: end South America. '
Theie are some of the ftorrlaomeK "How long have you worked In After our light acting trip' ,
atoll thlngi "Twin, a boy and t girl, wereborn the garage?" through the public museum! and DistributorIn Galvanized and Black Pipes All Sizes up to 6"
That are the ilrepleu victim' to Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. Mechanic ."
: "Sixty-five yean are galleries, our friend, Garcia
lot. Scherr on Mar I...." Maine Supti "How old are Fuente. drove u* to the Garcia the Redland DistrictFor Bathtubs Toilets Basins
I t "This week Harry Cooper purchased you?" Palace (bank). It had been In his Sinks Water Heaters
Banker: An Individual who will his second new. Model A. Mech "I'm 40 yean old." family for several generation :
lend you money If you can prove Ford. ." M Supt.: "How could you work and I I. considered a landmark.In Gas Electric Pumps
you don't need It.-Ex. "Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hook ireFinPATRICK'S for IS years when you are only the basement of thl* tall bank Royal Typewriters Tanks Valves Fittings
40 veer old?" building I I. a rathskeller used
I Mech i "Lot of ov.rtlmel"-Ix.! by profeulonal and bounces men I Allen-Wales Adding Machines .. Soil Pipe and Fittings, All Sizes up to 10?

FINE FURNITURE that occupy the office' ID the 1 Security Steel Files and Desks .
ru, s building *i they tranuct national TOILET SPECIAL? WATER PIPE
[ Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods and international buiineia. Meanwhile Marchant CalculatorsAll
they enjoy good food and II $2/.6/ SPt'IA1cLeu :
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::1'. Cabinet Werk-Chakr Caning-Reftnbhliig Special coffee served to them on a high New,Machine*-1 Year Guarantee. ( Seat) %" ita #"-n.. 1"-13e
n.Ifl Con 81_,.. Dr A Redlan4 Rd. 'rbeae IU Friday and Saturday polished mahogany bar a* their
feet tat on a lOUd silver bar W* Have Everything for the Office

.f.ii.tIt. rail. The table and chair In this I WHAT DO YOU NEED IN PLUMBING? ,
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,. par. paclou room are usually filled
CUT UPPOULTRY during the tea hour with the leisure Homestead Office Supply Come Down Our Way I
groups of men and Women
... GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY that enjoy showing visitor the "

a i sr.,. beautiful that cover antique the side oil walla painlngi Whey)[ 24 N. W. First Street Phone 102 HARRY MARKO W1TZ, Inc. I

were done by old matter and Imported Rubber .. Dixie
'\ Roofbr of AH Type Stamps Job FrlnUng 370 South Ilighway-Miami, "
henArgentina '. Fboae ....511I ' ... t .
S arWlttr lIe.ten wss a young republic. .
Necks, Ib.. ....... .... lOc Visitor ar* spellbound on'{their I--_ _ .
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Sheet Metal Work first visit when they obaerv.
gorgeous ornamental solid |liver .
1 1.1t' Air Conditioning carving that decorate bola the CallBenson ---"

Jj Fan Ventilation Reed Poultry : back Th.and afternoon lower front we were of the ai bar.the "Any car without new individual inner-spring

::: .1, Insulation rathskeller many art lovers wereenjoying Electric

their tea and cujsslnj front shock suspension is oufofcfafef"Engineered -
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W. C. BASS & SONS ShaveBic

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1 Epmore Dr. and Newton Rd. Phone 743M4QlTU (plain. .. ) _____ 5eCombhalU

.f MaU Addretst ante 1, Bex It* t racial .___ 15*
for comfort. Drive the
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Teals. _t ....:.._... II. roughest !
w.stet ea WU4ow. Glass u4 Gluing.I Mustache Trim "

I t r' J 1 WHAT CAM. SUPPLY FRltNfXV. 'YOU STORK NUMB. (P....) Me text bound OWl tumpl1IcIe.way. 9 Ie a Kbn psi art.mo*br toutYoiU swneyl
WITH GCNUtNB AEMtMARINE LiIs On cum" b*Mrprk to .bar* W bola It
FINtS..E"'i'f eSt y....to drhrt a K,iMr.A .
To dMributio of and load baa bee..
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By PLOTNER . ( J "" , :,i BUSH'S acWecIa sturdy new tnmt, lA.meed ibn>- ReherTrt. . --......$'N'\AJt.' 1 1Uontme *

+ .'.H.. 1111 p. ....' OWl' :.' you cu ocaraely hear #. Cntrlipatmting. TV. Kajter Special..smut
W YOU NA1I IOod DS OF Ia '. HOMfS'tUO rl.oltuuPhone Barber Shop I new,longer iprinc. Inside. )'1III'u .... Ike. hirer. De Iwe..,,.........$2SOt'"
l6ftE aJR'iCIDS'tat ."- IS' I11L oAALL,1 Wide wid,aeeta,deep and eon,..TkM*ar*Jurt .A aa\.r\ Wet w .. ........... .'I'II
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FORMER PASTORTO I Smiew lick Sunday Church Radio Program ... ,
For Mrs Jennie Smith Scheduled for Mar\ 26 i'I

HOLD REVIVAL II, Mrs. Jennie' Smith, II died, ""On Greet t Mow," a chunk I FOR SALE
Friday Mar It, after' I lingering radio. progreun ea werM Nand ...,

Tb. Rev, Jesse Waller will hold Bin... l\&neralltrvicea were held rehabilitation. nienaarid by

,.J t Methodist announce I revival meeting Church the Rtv.Mar at Silver l1..pr.Palm I. Baptist Sunday Church afternoon of Homestead in the First of to major tiers'' major networks will QirkKiao be beard and many denotninna-ever Independent all-
Alfred Hed-
bet pastor.. Mr. Waller It 1 for- which Mr*. Smith was a member. tUUoni Saturday night
Most
I ". Burial Mar M, report the Rev F J. Business Site
w puts of the church.At WM In Macon, Ga., on
LotUch, local Episcopal: : rector
,i the. 7:JO thli Sunday evening Mar. tt. Turner Funeral Home Feature of the program will be entra.1 'j'jI
Homestead malt chorui: will -ai in charge of the arrangement outstanding personalities, dramatltatlon -
present a musical program at the ,
church. of work being done I
'The' meaning of church fn. Smith wa born In Bibb and great music Those desiringto I
bwthtp b mem Co, Ga.. Jan II, 18B7 and lived make a contribution' to this
being .
atudled
by I in East Macon, Ga, until II cause may do ao the Sunday fallowing
da* of year
young people directed b
r ago when she moved to through any of the cooperating '
Homestead ,
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church Hedbtrg school during period. the tegular to make her home with I churches, he Mid. 'AvaIlable in Homestead 1

llab"-... persons have pledged t daughter, Mrs Clara Thompson: I '
themielve to total abstinence of 17 N. FUgler *t I Hubbard to End 2-Wcck -

from alcoholic beverage. On Mrs. Smith leaves: three Services Here SundayDr. ,
Committment len, Mrs Thompson, Mr \
Day, Mar. I, thirty daullh-I
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\ 11 1* added their name to thowof due Harden of Chicago Carleton !E. Hubbard of ,; I
the 50 already committed. Pansy Mellon of Coconut Grove; Cambridge, Me., on Sunday morning "
t one ion, James Griffin of Home- will close I onoweek revival
L.budlet of ft,084 for the year ':
v beginning next June, approved stead; and eleven grandchildrenand meeting at Redland! Community i
by the board of steward, pro- three great grandchildren, Church. Lot 3 Legion Park. ,
Tide for ministerial lupport, r Dr. Hubbard will not hold the ,
general administration scheduled service '
equip Sunday night 7 a
ment mliiloni and local work, DEATH CLAIMS] at Florida City Community . '
reports Mr. Hedberg. Some addl- Church but will leave for Key \ : : : >. <
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floes are yet to be made.FUNERAL MRS. It. BONIIAM 1 West to conduct a meeting He :::.: .. ...... TBURTON'S ; I :
held a one-week meeting In Florida \
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City before going to the Red- "...

- HELDFORTHOS.J.MEAD Mr. Aurabelle Bonham of land church. >l ,.,

Gould, 71, died early Monday .
morning in Dade County Hospital CHRISTENING SERVICE HELD w.D.lI011N& I t" .. ''. BUS "
where she had been a patient for O'Lynn Carol Jule Willlami, DEPT.. STORE J. 01\, \ t''?' v
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the past ten week The body was nine-week-old daughter of Mr. : k1
Thomai J. Mead of Florida sent Tuesday night by Turner I I and M.... Olin Williams of Bauer t. :;:..
City, (I, died Monday a Miami Funeral Home to Blacksjiear/ Ga.. .dr. was christened by the Rev
convalescent: home. Funeral Hr. for funeral services and burial J E. Jenkins Sunday morning at MOW R Y' : STREET 7 / \e\;.,
Viceswere conducted Tuesday Mr*. Bonham who wn born Fint Methodist Church. Godparents .
I afternoon In Turner Chapel, and July 20(), 1878 In Pierce County, I were Mr. and Mn Her-j .
l!. burial wag In Palm Cemetery al Ca, moved to Gouldi 11 yean I bert Turner who presented the / :: t :
Narenja. a ago : baby with I bracelet and locket. FIRST I I J'err; ,

A'' retired farmer Mr. Mead She leave: her husband, Riley I II NAT'!.. DANK C' I .' ; .
leave*:I ion. Wm. C Mead of Bonham; two song, R. H. Bon I II.ILS. Class Studies l I '
Bay Pine, Fla. and two grand ham of Gould and James Bon I ; I
Park '
Flora and Fauna
Ions, Roland and Jack Mead. ; ,
ham of .
Nashville. Ga : four I Lob I and I I "
daughter, Mr Bertha Walker "
of Under the guidance of Park '
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Miami, Mr. Anna Bell Harris of Naturalist Willard E. Dllley, a RM'rnU ' I 0 3 .
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KffiD FUNERAL Brunswick Ca, Mr. Lays Hol- field trip to Everglades National teased 88 Peen .fir'' *'"
: den of Waycrosi, Ga, and Mn. Park was taken Tuesday by the for I .. .
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HELD ,SATURDAY a liter, Mr*. Mlaelle Staidly of clan taught by Mill Marjorie II : '.:
i Blackahear; 17 grandchildren and Whlteside At Taylor Slough I : .
I ? Funeral services and burial five great-grandchildren. near Paradise Key the young explorer .. Bulldllli Sile I," (
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observed bird life and
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J&hh Christian Neal Kldd, SO, MISS ROMAN WINS AGAIN Identified the wood Ibis, anhinda I : '
who died Mar 16 after a long illnew. \- and Ward heron. They law also '.
Th Rev Paul 1. Manning Miss Inza-Nell Roman of Key ''an alligator and a number of ,.1 '
of Sacred Heart Catholic Church West, former Homestead resident water makes Many types of plant I . .. "
A conducted the services In Turner won the1 area championship Inn life were observed on a trip over Z .
:J chapel and interment was 1 the American Legion oratorical ; the Nature Trail In Paradise Key .
Palm Cemetery at Naranja.Mr. contest In competition held Friday and something of the wildlife and f
I j Kldd, a native of Norfolk, night in Mlam Beach and will I the. land formation was learned. I .
Va.. had made his home In the now compete In the itate championship The group visited also the park '1.11'
I Redland District for the put 20( contest to be held at t exhibit at the ranger elation in f>> I tt . '
t year Hi operated a grocery tore e Florida State Univmity.Rummage Royal Palm lodge
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at the corner of N. Krome eve <.
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J and Epmore dr a. . \. .. ;
- l la addition to; his wife Gladys. Sale Re Mr. Kid4 leave: three brother, y
Robert and Chat. Kldd of Norfolk For Local Hosp),ital Improvements w tit 4'
I" and Benjamin Kldd of Rich a
mond, and four litters, Mr*. Ruth 4't
Roberson Ga.I. "Clean out your garage or your dry, tome one will call for the
and Mr* Annie : $8,000JIM
Closeti and give everything donations.
..d kiss of Norfolk, Mr. Helen Haley youcln ill's M
part with for the hospital-I I
a of Richmond, and Mr. Mary The article are to be brought
,:' Chrlitophenon of Washington benefit rummage sale Ithe to the Reed Poultry Market, 237
.1 appeal of Mr: John Reed, sale .
f North Krome
D. C.. chairman to residents of the l I I ave.BUDDED SHARPCLOTHIERS "r 't ,
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Indiana Visitor Dies The Soroptimlsti, who are giving 1 t I I -- /9/l ; '';'
I the ale, will turn over all CITRUS
Here in Smith Hospital t
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receipt to James Archer Smith I t AVOCADOS and ,
\ > James Thurman McKenzie, Hospital Auxiliary for much-I] MANGOSOrnamentals\ S. W. 1st ST I II
needed Improvements in the local
winter visitor from Indianapolis, :
died Sunday night In' JameiArcher hospital which Is operated on al ef aU kind. I ICALKIN' ,t I
S Smith Hospital The body non-profit basil. "
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War tent Monday night by Tut-- The sale will be held In the '"' HOMESTEADGROCERY I : !: $10,000, Terms
t Her Funeral Home to IndlanapolU south showroom of Bird Chevrolet .
f'' for funeral service and burial Co. on Apr. 7, 8 and the forenoon Sunny GroveS : I .J." ., "

t Mr. McKenzie, manager of of Apr 9. .If. ,\' ''f' ?: .d *
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General Motor in Indianapolis "Clothel shoes, toys, furniture S Ml West of Florida City : ' I I J
j: leaves hi.10 ICe. Mary, of that dishes, white elephant*-almost PHONE MS-W ,.,J ...1 I'
city, and a ion, F 1. McKenzie. of anything will be welcomed," 'laid 1 t. I'M t
Shelbyvllle, Ind. Mr*. Reed yesterday "If .neces- '
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JS. aid ihoMMMfa of bart shore thc 'hnrMtl I'oaliM I* bract lur 'rxrformiDnri, a rat Ihit'
\I people Nll 'e'er the Ocnwal Molort Iufritt4 i&U'i jai gem add to**-mil.* afar mile 'f ;:on N. Krome Ave. and Mowry St. ,
!w .iry kiln dwkkd- A. a eultv of frt-lf you Ca. -mih only lb nUnimuni of rauUae : .
_I" Inr U-U mesa .p.. lb. .fforj ..y sew ear you.esi j proUMy -.i Idng. Crsagaigeaal '
sew I s It'eeneast"PNt.kabeasstim Whoa yo. *. Uy a I"oali.z happy la....mrf drire IN....11'I "'- :' :
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[ Social Events in Urtg Clara, Ann Stevenson.IlcCord Mary, Jo Roper.1'i:- .

t I "P HIM .t med" WM HMtheme cards were blue and gold bun' Ann Louise. Thompson t

o! the traditional dim Toastmaster Jerry Cox gave the, Hole Tosnerlln. Royee Afbury,
dance given Friday evening bj, addresses wetgome and farewell Hward Chandler, Kenneth Garrett -
II'" ARCIIILOU ADAMS WILL HKCOAIE' HIUDE CLUB. WOMEN TO ATTEND.nCfTA PRRRINE CLUB RE-ELEiJTS MRS.; IIAIZLIP, the Junior das of Homestead t Rebecca Brown .present*! the Russell Home Bffly ,.... t
OF STARS TODAY School in honor of the class Junior tout to the senior. *,, to Snider, Donald
OF GLENN FLUX OF ALABAMA IN JUNE : SPONSORS SINGERS, BELLES OF HARMONY[ .High f 1MB. I which Billy Perkins, president of bins, Joe Emmett Davit, Billy Hutcblo- I J
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Member of the He ne tead. the senior das, responded. Tom !
end John
Outside the door, the guests Ian Jack Morris
Mr and Mrs. E. Z Thnmpenn served with the army In the European Redland and Pen-In women's Mr. 1. n. Halrllp was r.- lectBc er of the club-sponsored kinder were greeted' by two rtd-eoetumod White toasted the trustee, for Ruckle. i
,' are. announcing the engagement theatre clubs expect to attend the annual president of Perrier Woman'i'. ,Irlen, Invited club members to whom.W R Bird made response.
Thurman .
devils Jane and BalmBussty. Rebecca Drown
and approaching marriage of Mrs Mlaa Adams has been spendingthe rie ta of Stan to be staged by Club Mar 17 at a meeting IrPerrlne visit the school.: Joe Kerley offered a toast to the The juniors are Martha Lee
Thomp on'* daughter, Mill A;ahllou spring holidays her. with Mr. the Dade Federation ai S o'clock Community House. Mr. Mrs. Simm directed: a devotional faculty for whom Principal: 1 E. B Barbara Conner, Foster, Ehlr.Vy .
Adams, to Nn and Mrs. Thompson and Mr. Frix this afternoon In the Clover Club James A. Brown was made flralvnprttlIent service. and Miss. June Handmade white and gold Blackburn made reply Davie, Norma Jean
rali? tra':? of fAlbertsville w.k benefit of the federationacholanhlp \ Mr J. Mai Kirkland led community singing,. angel decoration: centered the violin Greet. Faye HUUanl, Mary
of Mr. and 1%as I -wd guest' at the for ; Roy Nelson presented a Lewis M...
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\ Ala The wedding Thompson home fund Mrs A. F, I I O'Neill, secretary; Mrs. F. T Mr* R. N. Chafer sang "Believe banquet tablet which: were. arranged solo to piano accompaniment Lou Lawrence: Doris

II will take place. In June Mr. and ...... Thompson entertained Arthur, director of District: 11, It Nicholson, treasurer, Mr*. John Me, If All Those Endearing Young in the form of an !It in the played by: Mri. W. E. Gaby. Mrs garet Carpenter Delta,, Martha Robert Greet De,
I The bride-to-be a graduate ol FrWsy evening at a buffet serving u a director: of the event W. purer, historian; and Mr. Charms" and 'You'd Better Ask school gymnasium. Small angels Wm. Mussel*hite sang to piano Mello, Anita
,,a it. Elmore. County High School: hi supper In honor of Miss Adams Twelve young men and women)I Duel R Will, auditor Mrs M. T Me" to piano accompaniment graced the long tablet., and theohoJ't accompaniment: played by Norms Joyce Layson, Mary Radford Lou, Muaset-ElvU

I Eclectic, Ala., attended Florida and her flonre Present, besides are. now receiving: financial help Hagan was elected: to the library played by Mrt. F. L Templer.In croRa-lable held larger angels Jean Hatcher. white Effl Strickland, Julie
cotton clouds Louise :
'" University and Is now a board for three yean. observance: of the club'sninth poised on billowy After the banquet, the dance Shores, .
SUte& : those ronlloned( were Mr and from the federation which: hai white Walker, Joyce Morgan A
The served by
banquet Joyce
wai ,
senior In the college of education, Mr. Thos. Collin., Miss Mary assisted snore. .thin 80 University The club adopted the club birthday anniversary, a was opened with a grand march! Taylor Rives Betty
.t Unlvenlty of Alabama In Tuscatoosa. Bnynton, Mint Oonldlu Grenncll' of Miami student since the project i charter after I second: reading by green and white decorated birthday robed "angela" wearing gold Music was furnished by a three-' Emma Jane Alec Kent, ,
hales, and the banquet In- Bob Dowdy,
menu Turner,
r "' Miss Adama participated i cake was served lth green band
and Billy Brown | was begun some 20 year ago Mrs George Pedersen, club parlia eluded ouch celestial items ai piece University of Miami Jerry Cox, Johnny De Mello, ,
r In the professional organization mentarian. Proposed changes In and whit mints and punch. The Invited guest Included Mr. and
heavenated ham, golden harpyams riehl Kenneth Grave.
Fried ,
of the elementary education council refreshment table was decorated Mrs Blackburn Mr and Mrs. David
s the constitution and bylaws wen
t ; at the university and I. a AMISS LILLIAN ANGELINI GIVEN SURPRISE I presented by Mr. Pedersen to be with white asters and fern fronds out of tale world salad Bird, Mr and Mrs. Frank L. Me- Bill Horne, Joe Kerley, Herbert
"' member of PI Tau Chi, national BRIDAL SHOWER IN PARKWAY RESTAURANT voted on at the April meeting. and Illuminated by nine green angel food cake and love apple Ilwala, Mr. and Mr. Mussel- Marvin Lennam Metals, Stanley
Turner
'' honor society of Christian leadership I The club voted to I taper Hostesses were Mrs. J. a nectar. white, Dr. and Mn.. Ceo. D, Pacettl, Bob Roper Lonnie
In the Wesley Foundation sponsor Carmichael, chairman, Mrs. A. C. The Invitation folders were Ruchle, Mr. and Mr. Kermit R.Wenkstern Kenneth McCord, Jack Pop, .
.. A graduate of Woodlawn High Mia Lillian Angellnl of Florida dor, Mn. Sam Tomaaal, Mr. D. I choral group to be called Belle Castle, Mrs. John Dennis and white with gold engraving, and Dr. and Mrs. D. OWolfenbarger Bob Schowalter Rocky SilICONe
I City, bride-to-be of John Calauttl Calauttl, Mrs Glide Angellnl, of Harmony. The Hit of officers books and the George Sprinkle, Steve Torcla
r ''School In Birmingham, All., and Mn. N; W Whitlow. he memory place: Mr and Mn. Roy
:Goad College In Boat, Ala., the of Brooklyn was recently: Mr., David Roberta Mr Tony announced: by Mrs. Tempter club Wood, Mrs. Green Rives Mist and Tom White r
$ 'future... bridegroom now I.I a senior! complimented: by Mia Josephine 3ucclardo, Mrs Joe Torclae.: Mill music chairman are: Mrs Hairy Bertha Nlll Hausman, Miss Sue Serving a* waitress were ,
Mike STEFFANI USES SAINT PATRICK'SDAY
In the college of commerce' and I Accurslo: and Mien Rose Marie Connie Campbell, Mlaa Joy Peter.., Williams president; Mrs MRS. Miller Mir Marjorie Whlteilde Pearl Marie Cooper, Beatrice.Link f I.,
'Ian' ,business administration at University I Ii Oppedliano with a surprise shower Mill Helen Huffitettler, Miss Rosenik, vice-president, Mrs. R. DECORATIONS FOR'' BRIDGE PARTIESJ. Mr Nelson and Jess PearL Pearl Blondo Doreen. Grec: ,
i of Alabama He U a member In Parkway Restaurant Minnie Dell Woodson, Mill Cecilia N. Chafer secretary-treasurer: Members of the senior class are Charlotte Greet, Lillian LewlARennle .
... of Beta Alpha Pal, profeialonal Selections were played by Mia Tomaul, Miss Mary Jane Mr* R. C Hagan. corresponding: I I' Marian Anderson, Margaret Bull- Marks, ThisRadford .
t secretary: Mrs. ONelll, librarian; Decent Ions were. in the SalnlPatrick' 'llolbrook and Mr. Preston B. :rot: : :
.. accounting fraternity, and! Ann MtUme', pianist, and Miss Natoll MlM Marie Muaumecl: Bird. and Ray Caplinger, Betty Jo Joyce Dixie
Mra. A. D. MulUns, membershipchairman motif for the
J;:t, of PI Tau Chi. He Is treasurer of I, MIllie Nlcotrs, an'ordtonletGames Mini Vera Troxell, Miss Oeraldlne" and Mrs. Blanton OusIcy Day dessert Friday evening guest were Mr. Jenkins, Jennie Lu Davis, Ann Schumacher Marjorie Terburg
?o "? the council at the Wesley Founda and contests were enjoyedby Ollveto, Mill Anna Maroldl and chairman Mrs. bridge parties given by Mr. and and Mn Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and Lofton, Jo Ann Lowry, Lois JtI ,- and Maxine Walker
publicity
lion During the war, Mr. Frix tho guests.. llehtn Schroeder, Mrs. C H Stcffunl I on Wednesday Mr. Ceo N Wakefield, Mr. and
Is director.
,Mitt the gift were opened Gifts were rent by Mra. Frank Drown and Friday evenings of last week. ...
) Mra. Wm. J. Clark, Mr and M. PRESIDENT '
z ART rUIB TO MEET the brld '. cake and Ice cream Liberty, Mr., Richard Schmunk Members voted also\ to bring A profusion of white cut floweriand Claude I. Chipley and Mr and, MRS BRIDGES RE-ELECTED
for the I I .
aerved. Mra. Jo Tomarchlo Mrs Harry gift at the next meeting
GROUPThe
t1 MONDAY NIGHT were for the greenery were. used for decoration : Mrs. John W. Colling, OF VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
1 Present, besides those mentioned Cuchlella, Mrs Joa. Hunter Mra. monthly birthday party of the room
";: \ A talk on photognphy will be were. Mri Julius AnRellnl Henry Schlamnno Mra. Frank veteran at Pratt General Hospital Playing on Wednesday evening, St YOUNG CHORISTERS V_ F... _w._ Auxiliary reelected -. Falberreetreasurer.; u Mr*_. Fred
given by Mill Connie Roger of Mrs 7. Flnastrella, Mri. P. Natoll, NavlUa( Mn. Danny Navlllo, Mn In Coral Cables. were. Dr and Mrs A. M. Logan, PICNIC IN PARKThirtytwo I Mrs. Erie Bridge to the Link, tecretary; Mrs. Philip
..l Coral Gable at the meeting of Mrs S, Ferrari, Mrs. Sam Mu. Lout Maroldo, Mra. Veto Maixlnl Mrs. Wm. C. Slmms, Jr, club. Mr. and "Mn Chas. W. Lelby, Mr presidency at the annual meeting I Bourne, chaplain; Mr. H. tS
Homestead Art Club Monday alI sumecl Mrs. Tony Mimics, Mra Mra. Styling! and Mri. Riulo.I rhatrmaof education: and teachAI and Mrs. A Frank Webb Mr. and younKten of the Friday evening, Mrs. T. L. Lau Rutherford patriotic: Instructor;

I p. m. In the home of Mr. and Marie Bnnnnno, Mrs.. James Accurlso Mr. Ceo M. Arbognst, Mrs Wanvvc. Sacred Heart junior choir enjoyeda rence: was made aenlor vln-preel. Mrs., E. a McGarrah, bMtorianjMr
t 'Mrs. R. D. Brown of illS North Mr. Jos. Accurslo! Mra. picnic! Saturday In the city: pork. .
-t MRS McCARTNEY Link and MnGeo.
) ASTRA INSTALLS dent; Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Junior *. Lena guard; *)
I
exhibit of I Sam Mrs. J. Fuda choir wee held
Xrome av* An pointing Oppedlsnno, Outdoor practice Mrs James B. Pitt, three-year trustee
TO !MEET\ vice-president:
from Southern College Is expected Mr. Pat Ttacl: Mrs. Aluello TucI AS WORTHY MATRON IN PUBLIC RITES for half an hour, a unique experience
-t' Mrs.. Frank Webb, program I''el I, Mn. Wm. J. Gcronlmo Mrs. AT BALFE IIOME for the youthful singer MCDOWELL CLUB: j j' .ITO

.' chairman announce i Louise Carlin, Mr*. Fritz Schroet I MM. Charles L. McCartney was matron to her new officers. The Homestead B. P. W. C Harry Jenner ,and Richard Martha Ruff, adopted Infant MEET SATURDAY ;
F. A.
and Mrs.
of Mr.
and Mr. Morton will meet Monday evening at the Wimbtsh built charcoal fire and daughter
Mr McCartney
nstalled worthy matron of Ad Juvenile Musle '
The
';-: BAPTISTS GIVE OLD-TIME TACKY PARTY : A>tra Chapter of the O. E. S In mad brleT talk, and the home of Mr. John Balfe, 21 N. lupervlsed marshmallows.the roasting of Cnkes wienert Ruff will of be the given V. a F.shower W. Auxiliary bymembers Club will McDowell meet at 1 o'clock: Sat ;
and 1urday
I \ I with E. Second st, for a program\ on
matron was presented
Friday even- worthy
IN FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS\ ROLAND I public ceremony Mn. Ole baked by Joan Weber and RuthHaas at their meting. this even. afternoon .t the home oC ';
E. Vision" by
In,. Others inducted Into office. the pin of office by Mra. A "Save. Your served with Ice cream.I fling in Legion Halt Lou Ann Ivey, B40 N. W. First .v*. '.
II were
matron. Mr. Will
were. : W C Morton, worthy patron Roberts retiring
j P" Seventy-five enjoyed an ole!. turned couple, the Rev and Mr. .' ; W. A. Phillip, associate Morton presented the past pa I
I time tacky party given Mar. 17 John 11. Whitt and Mrs. Gordon palroo; Mri. W. A. Phillip, asao- tron' Jewel to Mr. Roberta, outgoing !
f', 'by the adult department of First W, Ivey were voted the tackiest, late matron; Miss Alice. Mammy patron, ji j jI J
..t, Baptist' Church In honor of Mr and W, H Lacey and Mr., J, L., her, secretary; Mrs (}eo. Crlm While Mrs. Lloyd Delta tang i
and Mrs L. H. Bolind who lefty Kulp) the most graceful: conductress: : ; Mrt E. W. Burton, "I Love You Truly," Mill Live I
.. Friday to make their home In Musical selection were playedby associate conductress: : Mri R. H. Ingston presented I gift to Mr. I> \ '
Wllllston, 8. C Mr. and Mr*. Bo'l" a trio composed: of (disc Ruth Worley, chaplain; Mrs E. B. McCartney on behalf of Mr. McCartney. See Itl!
'I , land were. presented with t pleaT Rutland piano, J. R. Rutland, rrencla marshal; Mra. Lewis hi I

.. .1' i .of crystal, were. violin, and Wilbur Caves, guitar Tat, Adah; Mra. Prescott Wood Mr. and Mrs. Sam 3. Davl presented Onl Come '
\ 'l"c" ; For the event, the social hall Favorite old aongs were. lung by Ruth; Mra Jimmy Walker, a gavel, handmade of Inlaid : .
-:. wa transformed. Jfitq M DidI. Howard L. Johnson Dexter HOT- Either; Mra. Janus McLean. wood, to Mr*. McCartney. .f S\\O'l4\MG\\
I. fashioned country DvW .room net Mr. Roland and S. W. Griffin Martha; Mrs. O. U. Sullivan I A* Mr. Delta sang "Always," liU \\ M ;
lighted with oil-burning lamp Mrs. Home a humorous the rJi OYlSGpi\\MG
gave Electa; Mr*. W. C. Morton, warder I tie Diane Creel presented \\
t The women' pocketbook were'I reading. ; and Jimmy Walker, aentlnel. worthy matron a gift from Mr. .
collected: and put on display, and Assorted pie and hot coffee Member of the Installing staff I and Mr*. W. A. Thompson and \ T J
each man selected\ a purse who**' were served by Mr*. W M. Lee!, were: Mra. Mabell Ramey, grand Mn. Deltt. '-t \ ROME I" 1 :
owner was hi* partner for the Mn H. A. Amen Mrs. A. D Lighted taper were presentedto
'it* evenlng'a tun Among the and Mrs. J, H. Installing officer; Mill Esth.rLlvln'lton. NCES '
Drawdy
roe1 -I Smith the tar point by Mr* Olln
Mra. W. A.
. 1 Thompson, chaplain marshal; and M..... Wright Mr. Ann D. Carter 'I'll} \ \ PPt
Lloyd Della organist Elmer Sullivan Mr*. W C. Moil fR\G\n\ 'j
= 1 ton, Mrs. W. C. Morton and MnSole .
Pink and white gladioli, pink McEwen.. U !
roses and fern were. wed for decoration
A* the minute of the past
: ef1Rf' AflW4 pI of the chapter room. A year were read the outgoing officer .
huge basket of the gladioli was
I I : passed In .review throughthe ,
placed: near entwined the altar.with White the picket roses arbor and 'joined hands to Showing of feature you gel In America J i
fences( St* our big Spring
circle around the altar\ aiMn
I and fern, led to the Eaat and to form a Home Appliances.; See !'Tint foniiy of kitchen and. 1 \
; DclU tang 'Memories. frlgldalre .
E i YOUR NEWKITCHEN a rote-entwined arbor In the the end laundry appliance. i
'i Weal guest After were the installation served refreshment, 124',. GO the modem convenient ,

After the Installation ceremony, In the banquet hall. A cake, Iced learn about thm FRIGIDAIRE appliance j ;'

Mn. McCartney was escorted to In pink and green, centered the 1 Refrlgemtor Elect Range a Automatic Wihr a EUdrU \ ,
the East where. the was presented I lea. covered table which was '1'
Clothe Dry. Elsctrl Ironer .Hem
Heal I Eleetrle
with an arm bouquet of pink carnation Water
Illuminated by pastel tinted candle
1 and gladioli by arn'lIl *. Fruit punch was served from Frteiert a Electric DehvmMlfler' a Kitchen Cabinet and Sink :, '

; t blue-gowned Tiny Roberta who' crystal bowls. ;>j ;
sang I presentation' tong to the
tune of "Alice Blue Gown" Gifts .
and 'bouquet of pink gladioli I ;'

were presented by the worthy', The TccnA4crsof ,


I Homestead 4 iq, ,\

Irei AUXILIAIT TO ELECT I are Invited\ to ee ". I' .'

.. AT PROGRAM: MEETING our ned line of

Election: of officer will be held Smart Wedge c : .
at a program meeting of the
...,.., Woman' Auxiliary of St John'i Straps I"I I
Episcopal Church at ISO: Friday WHITE I
*) \
afternoon, Apr 1, In the church
I The Rev F. J. Lottich: will eon. BLACK }
II duct a program on "The Spiritual MfLTICOLOR d I
I Richness of the Prayer Book." t ,' II
\ $3.50 and $3.95 1 1

I TtACHtfcS ATTEND' ILEA I "

Attending the three-day Florida 4IIRlIlIp(1Q
Education Association meeting
rue, in Tampa are. Mr., Mary Cody ::,
Milt Estell Burnham and Bailey I28--- :
: ; ; Many of the HomestMd tchooU: 299.7s \ t i .
O%; etIUILC!U and Principal W, E.: Rice Mia t
d Marie Baahor and Chat. I. Ooley III S*> lane Av. '

JilT .UVUINS.. of Redland. Mrs Rice and Mrs. IIOMa STEADHope's 1st gbiSt.asy tOggt p t ;+
t1.
" s Ooley accompanied the Redhead : ;

.j: group' ..I ;

j QTABT NOW to fcU* your. en "dnam "iteJJ.." Deluxe 9 eu. ft. Automatic Washer Frig Id a ire Deluxe , J
with.bsauW weU-aaait Youogttowa hitches '
: ij .. kOnly
h.4 ...... *. "Bondarized" Steel Frlgldolr. Refrigerator with Live-Water Action hi. Electric Range ;
I
a (.piece your sink with, a tVamtnf, treamtined M-width Super-Freeer CSesl. M- Frlotdab INI live-Waler action Al-porcelaln.! Cook-aioshx OVM ,Oock ",1

.Kitcbenstxler": with acid.reusung .parcrkin enam- width glots-topped MydroH-la' Washes do* 4 deejner. rlrael them Control. Even-Heol Qves ...Wf'. .; '

? tied top dish and. vegeUbl ..,. ....u.draw !!.pluoed Casement WindowsW. Meter-Miser, mechonl w-mony other *x I brighter Jn deal wafer! AE-poro.kiq) tint Ihemilxef Deep.W ell Cooker,scamoerai. t '
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and. ;
storage apace.IswreeiM teci... Aotild **< \ i
end you e
Babe. advonlagei. See HI lid* out .
a yea working apse will a cosiUnuoMverp n I t
p. Medela. ties. lUtll .
of tabJe.t p osbuxU.Easy to UsUfl without Other Medel fret 111.71 .Othe ", ,
C. BASS & SONS
+, temodflinf.Us e .

your. wall space wltlalp8t'bl.eoaveaient ..L&- Exclusive. Dealer la the Redland District: Friqidaire : Il

-lkl sell that,match. UM other.unit and fit. perfectly: .UCeape 1:...... Dr. sad Mewtesi ... fh.' 1U-M-4 .t.IOVIJ, D: jifty.'Mea


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f a ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK

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XedlaiMl Road between Avocado and Blacayn Drive

HOMESTEAD FURNITURE COMPANY

). : *,. pianoforte and Theory We finance our own time purchases..

:HARDWARE I r Vtoltn Xylophone Plano-Aceordlon 35 N. Krome Are. :r... 41,

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The Her- and Mn Martin R. ,I Mr.. WalUr. E. Gtaby *Mn..M Lot ShIN I N 1Mb Horn.
Davis and thru house tIHIIolDr i the open, uMar..." at Miami steed, Ph, :R \(mlltf

and Mi I". c,nliMe K: Hiil>b nl of Senior{ High 8thooIMat of CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MtSCBLLANVUUS
and CambrxlKP, Mr, PXIMII l to spend' Mr and Mr. M. M. Brooke 01 NEw I-BVDROOM! CBS HOI/ ,
In Around Saturday in Everglades National Miami Bo**. TIl.E: BATH PQMCH. good
Park. it* ****. lor.tlon prire. ",'l6OttmI! : See RADIO REPAIR- yeas n-

Mr. H. 'Il'( ant experts to __ pn _ ___ ________ .____H _____ ECHOIC JORDAN" ng broker W pcrlence m null", rope, *.1111IIII11I
spMid Mst week with frI .. .la ;;, Kings Highway, Ph TW-J (mi) >t your ..., Ye You bring>
Mr and Mrs M. J, F Steen are AIIIII.IAa thew pIII'tMat Asa. enWMdue '
'
Homestead i Key Wert ; in, we get 1 nn, out Mostsmall
viilllng in Kelly, U On their Rdb / New 1-btAroam house. rwuMwbV
r return trip, they will jo by Tampa .................--..- CARD OF THANKS P. A. SMrtMi aad WIre Itocordr ... by owner Cash or terms Peabody, horn In seta bus run he taken 1 buck
I a minutes RontHf
to bring .their daughter. Mir JAMES, AtCIMI RMTTn Be thrilled by amaaiagty. el**. I blk. E. of Kedland rd on Mk al J. BROOKS\ ('11AVI.. ., just
'" .d Virginia, a. atudtnt at Tampa HOSPITAL NEWS Wt wish to thank our friends .HM4k. reproduction of your vole*, (.laqNew ) north of
ChrMiMi! College. home for the .................................... for their many kindnesses to u. favorite radio broadcasts. phonograph .. Palm Drive, Florida
Era Ruth L. Scott hai moved Mir Margaret 0by and Mir spring hotMay. .. In our accent ber...*ven. t, record WIN record nan, CM bouM, U N. W. ITtb Atf City (pal)
I, .Into. her MW home on N I. Cstharint Uwier of Cambridge. Mr. MM Mn. .. lialM ab a L. OOWIN stop for one hour and can III<, -.< Kromt v*. Two bedr.mast .
TYMWRITW JONBS AHmakM
-, ItthM.Mr Md, ahMtwiti at John a gftttaon of Ooolds Ire .paranl o( a dughtar ; AND FAMILY.Cemetery played and erased 10,000 times. aU the bath ute UtehM, yoritin,.
of machine bought, mid
n Mid Marti KlMMu plum to barn. ....r. 10 In Jane* Areke
For I IntprmiUon. FREE OfMON8TRATIOK eypr** cU4rl Ihrtag. room
University" ire apndln! tile ,
and irtd. Ph UR, Bar 1M.
l Nave U Uy iW OUcago alter C Smith Ik pI..L rap
.. T spring here with Mia yur rnvoltMt In I 'UOO.he $40 per month o*
Orfnd, Mrs. Lorn holiday
wtol horn on Rlofan A 'baby girl wa born Mar t I & Homestead (UNUtONye )
stay at nr ** ,
Mausoleum Plane Mr. .. pr. C r.
.1 I Alderman and Lout Orubbi were Oaby'a parent, Mr. and Mr*. your own home, Die ttalaac KobbwKw. pk
... tilled to BUkely O*., Tuesday Wilier E. Oaby. Lest ....." Mia. dr. tram Mia Key UWMU WM. reU whw rn drwendy to at MiaoU.Mr. and Mrs Carl HoUoui tel ,...R..., Naranja Road, btween "'.W. (alt) mead g. Cart EndUch", Rtt

.. afternoon by tht'death of their Oab)'. uncle and aunt, Waiter" S.Athby ht ww entertained by the .... I Surgery petunia this week wen Woodlawn Park CwneterySIM Bauer and Coconut Palm\; Bole 461, HommtoMl, old

Y'grandmother, Mr*. Mary F. CoMa Rican oonaul and dental party ai a guest of MisiKrances Mrs Katherine Simmons and Mn a W. llh St. Miami (pmW) Letthworth place, Kings hwy.tUtlf

e, Grubbs. 93. Mn. Aahby, entertained. the girlsit Morrln, pecretiry of Dr. Elranor Elliott of Homestead and Phone n'j Nice 3-Udroom FURNISHED )
I loll hnteratieeat tractor Super A
a dinner party" at the Coral ot A wide cemetery hum with OARAGE
Tt'uman" M"mLMedje.1 on torner
John Bteclman President Mss Will Anderson
.s Mr. and Mrs F. 1.,Byington oft tablet Country Club and at the I patient included Nra it rodent price available tron all attohane .U new. Used only lot for only $7,500-Term FLOOR SANDING tad FINISH-
few day B. A. Mkllaela, Pen
Chicago art houat ...*.. of Mr. Philharmonic Concert phVMdln. Marguerite Arnaud. Mr Lydia large weld cemetery smearsCommunity INC Install ouk MM!pin floor*,
rdmlltf
miuioltum ol 1,714 rlne IW red E. on Richmond
a' Bylngtom sister, MM, pas W. I Erl! Jackson I* a patient In Gonzales, Harry C. Beefy and and nche| ( !) Nice< NEW FURNISHED 2-bed asphalt and rubber Ills linolmnt
t' Camp. Michael WMItain, seves-madh.' Pratt General lioapltal.Mn. Jennings Crow of Homt**(. crypt Day ph. BI1-W; night h17-w.
old of Mr. and Mr. room CBS horn" on one acre
ion Lymun Wnv Berry of Ooulda, Mr* Lucille 1J ft CHRISCRAFT model.
t Lamar Dickinson, Jr., li a pa- Williams, U recuperating from T. E. 'i'i'b( ; ; hai returned I Cash of Modello, David Wl: FOR RENT $>,ISO. Set Redford, Homeite I near town 'II,.000.I WE DO reliable witch repHrug.
.1; tlent I In Pratt General! HospitalArthur painful burnt suffered Mar 18. from a visit In Sarasota with her gal of Rock Harbor Frank Doer- Bayfront Perk Wood Jewelry UcCrory"*
ion and dauqtiter-ln-law. Ml and Inckel of Tavemler and Mr acre on Redlind Road, closen1000 ads (dati)
,' p Cpl. and Mr,. W. R. Yale. Jr., Mrs. Edw Kirby. Uiace Ambrose of Itlamondo. Convenient, wU-/ranged S-room 47 Indian Chief MOTORCYCLE CASH.
Brandenburg Emory of For( Smith Ark., and. tons, apt, 17* N. W. 4th ,I. (m25)ownita ) $SM or take pkk-up truck of IF YOU HAVE anything. to tea
University Student who hu
been equal value In tr."e.
\. the Roger and Billy, have left aftera S.S acre on U. S. No. 1 with or if ;;par seed anything vUtt
pending "spring holiday with! vlult her with Cpl. Yitet' par ln apt for I person PULVERIZED MUCK See tarn 416 feet frontag*--cleared and the Swap Shop. W* buy BV J
his miu, Mr. and Mrs' H. L.
p cots, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. YaksCpl private entrance, gar itove. J. pie it s. W. corner Silver Palm tresses In food condition, itovei
Brandenburg, was host Saturday Yates returned directly to L. Ballard lit house W. of Seaboard dr, and Cooper M' ready to build. 11500. Ice box*, eta The Swap Shop"

to Billy Deese of FlUsenld. Ca. Fort Smith, but Mr, Yates and t s on W Avocadotdr. (m20ll) Call BJ8-R-4 127 8. FUgler Av Homestead t.
and Chu. Cornellu of Okeecho- Large parking house with SOO
the boys art visiting relatives In I Phone bee classmates of Ills at the unl 1 1 Apt., S bedrooms, bath kitchen .
Of Pelhim, Ol., before they return Lota IS and IS Blk. U, PorvenlrPhon feet on U. S, No 1llvlng!
verity ga stave. Frlgldalre.' ( Th. 8JJR4PU. S32-J, (mll-SS) and .
t a home. II quarten garage $18,000 I II
t < ) NEW ROOFS AND
Cordon Ivey U 111 of flu at his I 'II Hun Ford truck, good tires, Dciutlful 10 acre avocado I ROOF REPAIRS
:, home (40 N. W. First av.. Mrs, R. S. Clark li rcruper For rent; Upstairs apartment for excellent condition. A. C. Deputy .
.. cling from a two-week attack of coup)* Mrs .,Lul Filch; Ph.411M. 10 N. W. 4th eve. Ph. 149 grove, S-yr. old CHOICE Roll roofing travel, ihlngle
I James Lanier Whitehead, MM. nu. Recent vMtor. at the Clark (mUll)'I (mUtt) VARIETIES-ONLY. til* and mtUl roof iiutaU**,
and Mn Clark'adaughter
J-c, hai enllited for a three home were Mr. Guaranteed workmanship by U
.. year hitch In the navy and U and granddaughter I-room upstairs apirtment thanFrlgldalrt HARDEN-Hauling landscaping 10 acres adjoining City Airportfor censed and Insured roofer" .
home from Boston on a 30-day Mrs. P. E. Scott of Miami and her f summer rate.. Down- topsoil, potting loll, sand, rock \ only 10,200.RICiIAIU FREE ESTIMATF&

leave. Lanier has, been visiting In daughter Joyce e stain porch apartment Mr*. fill. Ph. S4S-R. Writ Rt S, Box .
Florida City with his granrtpar Through the yeirt miR* irU men hiy. t Maud Chandler Silver Palm dr.! )/-A, )Jlomrate.d.I s.. Box 366, Homestead

enU Mr and Mrs. J. S. Caveiand Mr*. Sabrlt Crow, mother of emphasised the rlchoeti of west of Tennessee, (mltf) ) FUCIIS
In Fort Pierce with hli ltep.I Mrs Ceo Watson li confined to true lowing, vibrant I BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS avilUVileat Reglitered Brokeror Guaranty Roofing Co.

I father and mother, Mr. and Era her bed at the Watson home because beilih. No one bit rommerlud the Small cabin } room completely all time Homtstead Flora John II. Hale, Salesman rkn .M4l, MUnl
Letter Walkup While on leave, of a'broken hip. '. -- r furnlihed hot and cold water, $20 and Gift Shorn 122 N.W 4th it Pig 448 or 7&e-w '.. Doll SKI
he plan to go to Mobile to lee almost uolveml recognition of the value of' a month. On Redlvnd ri, Rt S, cor. Snd avt. (alt)
; Member of Chamberof Floor Sanding and flnlihlnf
; Mi brother-in-law and lister, I Mini Rita Spranklt and her Box WS. (JSStf)
beilth better thin Dickcrita/E/ who ,said rA CONCRETE BLOCKS all sires. Commerce Asphalt( nod rubber til*. Phone
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Branch. house guest, Mlu Betsy\ Abbott, Bruce'i Block Co., Naranja) Fla 1I7W. (mcMU)
: have returned to their classes at bait cobbler I II a better mm thin a tick klAg.t 'Jerry* Mower. CH Doug at Frost 171'LOOH I IF
Mr. Walter Weiss hu been returned I Florida State University after 147. 130 N. W. 5th it (tlOtf) l-bodronm fnm house on lot
SEE: ALEX LANlEfl/ for wUfirming.
home from Victoria Hot- : spending the spring holiday with I The chief job of the physician and the phrJnucttt SANDING and FINISH-I 6lxlM( ST N. W. 4th it, Home . Corner< Kroro ave,
plat In Miami there she under. I Miss Sprankle' parent, Mr. and 1 new half-bag\ cement mlxenPh. INC, Initalt oak and pine floor, steal. Ptv Miami t-4145 or are
went a major operation Mat 16Mn. Mr..i, Leroy Sprankle of Goulds.Mn. It to keep you well. To this end) 'both>> art Vacated, 147 wr-Crow. (mZltf) asphalt and rubber tile, linoleumDay owner at Ion s. Miiml ave, M N Eo 10th it, Phone 138-W.

I equipped, and dedicated ia A* phirmicUu w. ph. SIl-W; night 187-W. MliTtl. (]l4tf!)
I purpose I vrw EMPLOYMENT: OFFICE;
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J. D. Redd his been 11\ Eiiola Smith of Washington
this week In James Archer Smith D. C., has been i house guest are better prepared thin ever Wore to gene she beilih FOR SALE Home*Lead Glass Co.-Glast for I-room: furnished house. lit Ave, for members and empto/en
Hospital. of Mr. and Mr. R li. Worley. all purposes. W* do steel aathglailng and 4th it. Ph. 271-W. (d31-U) Servlc free Ovid Sullivan em
, ., ---- needs of this commuoiry. W* Invite you to Inspect out t SPECIAL 201 N. Krom Phone 173I ploymcnt officer N, Kroro lad
5th it Phone isa
Mn. Lloyd Delta of Florida Mn. Marion Nelch of Spring- modern prescription Uboritoryj Floor Mmple of Genuine Deepfreeze I BEDROOM FURNISHED' ,
City underwent major operation field. III, arrived Tuesday for a Horn Freezer FRAME HOME near school' ]Iknj. Warren Morris

, Tuesday In James .Archer Smith three-week. visit with her broth- 4 cu. ft. reg. $199.50. .. _$140.80cu. LARGE PORCH price $4,930. RiiRlitered Red Fatale Broker WANTEDWanted

Hospital er-in-law and abler, Mr. and HOWARD JOHNSON, Th. O. o CL, 4e. lux*, rg. 1258,50 .. terms SM ECHOB: JORDAN ...,.'

Mr, L. W Wainwright ..._._......... .. .._.......... f 199 DO broker, W. Kings Highway Ph769J. til S KrM AT*.
Mr. and Mr.. C. 0. Arbogast HARRIS BEFRIOERATION CO. .
(m25)) Phone 111
'have returned to their home In Mr and Mn. Ceo Mikell and Glades Prescription Shop 140 N, Krome Phone 191 Experienced waltrsImmedlittly. .
Petersburg, W. Va., after a visit Mr. and Mn. E. Hall Mikell" all South Allipattah Gardens 10 I Seminole Trading
In Florid City with Mr. Arbo- of Hollywood, were overnight Century boat 10 hp. Kvlnrud acres of finest vegetabl growIng - taut )RettaurantItUMMAQB (m20) it

h . k. '811"* brother and jl te/.,Ij. JindMr guenti- Friday of Mr, and Mrs. _. AIR CO? It( 9N.ED'J: Can ben,.[*10 4, m. Sunday Und, $-room bungalow, barn: LOSTWillct u of kmd-i-' l +
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*. Coo M. Arbogart. :ha*. L.McCartney, llomeilcad. Bayfront Park etc. on paved highway, 1U fmlleeeast clothe, ahoei very '
toys hangers,
of Princeton on Coconut Palm
(pmZS)
Dr. and Mrs J It Anderson Drive, Price $30,000, term Phone sine brief else, contents etc., to b* sold for local hoiplUI'l

of Detroit are announcing the New JlOHNF120 BASE: Mr. Mahoney 5S7-J-S. valuable to owner, Insurance benefit Will pick up at donor'l

birth of a seven-pound two-ounce ACCORDION $240; good cornet business John\ H. lisle it Richard convenience. Mrs John Red, 137
daughter Janet Marie, on Mar. THESE 9 tti&% HELP $45; valuable violin $135. Phone Fuchs' real estate office N. Krome, Ph. II._

11. Mri. Anderson I II the former Mr Dletel ,74I-R-4 NirinJ Rd. (m25)) '
"WANT ADS I PAV Waatad-Plac* it companion,
Miss Virginia Klnner of homestead -
xtween Bauer and Coconut end whit. milk .
Str.yed-tan housekeeper or nun for elder.iy
YOU. ,SEW_ fASTER, EASIER, BETTER I Palm. (pm5)) cow Rewird. A. W. Llndgren I penon or children. Ph SS7-W i
daughter Phone Perrine 1780. (m2J) weekends or after 6 p. m.
Mn. E. A. Robert and : '
Tiny, were called to KlMimme "', ", ..
Tuesday by the critical (Illness \ i t.uxT el /..5tv0tvMOsiwuONf NOOI/art :\ I -- -- -- -- .

of M.... Roberts' mother, CROUSE& BURR CABINET SHOP

Mrs H E.atroke Phiy, who recently '1r When in need call on us.
suffered a
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Mr.. and Mrs Harold Folk of
Alliance. O., and Mr. and Mn I.aufduAnt'' Fine Woodworking a Specialty
J. A. Tttlackion of Creston N 10ele) Homestead Loan Co.
D., left Monday for their homes wlmOtl, Electric and Acetylene Welding
at theJ. 4 SINOIITIPru Q
after spending the winter wu itiiAil't
L. Bollard horn on W, Avocado 1,IIVia 101d SILVER PALM DtlVE-ONE MII.E WEST OF C. S. 1 205 N. Krome Ave.
dr. e rawAae
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t. Big HOMESTEAD: LEADER-ENTERPRISE _ _ Friday, March 26, 1949


tlJl.8. Growers Elect Rocky Sincore GARDEN CLUB ELECTS TWO DELEGATESTO i

. I tq' ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS STATE FEDERATION CONVENTION

', Sl ason's Captain, Name Letter !Men ,
Dr. M J. DUknun at" the University lilt recant" county fair, turned
1 of Miaanl. spoke on ntMrch over I7S.M u the net amount
Rocky Mm IMC-' was voted this Oann .John Ruehle Jerry Cox, NARANJA EASTERN STAR COMPLIMENTS on plant harmer** at UM earned by the booth.

y4* captain, ul the Homestead Kenneth Grave. Jimmy Watson, oM J PAST MATRONS AND PATRONS OP ORDER South Dade Garden Club meeting Mr Herman Hi-mleln, president
High School Growers! basketball Billy Home Emmet+t Snyder. and Monday evening. in the IMUand !, sod. Dr. Iran B. Lincoln.
by the team letter! men oc Blaeor. player and Olin Wright garden ranter.Announcement. tint vlee-presidant, were elected'
end Ruesell Home managers."Only rcr&ApgJGay Pact Matrons and put patronsof mlngs, Norton Peters ......
5'..., The team won 11 and ; relief WM made that delegates' to Hit convention (of, the
si games Ihu season and 1 three of the lettermen Naranja Chapter of the O. E. Chapman, Mr. Walker, Mrs. Oeo over two hundred dollar WM Florida Federation of Gardea
-.- ls tatted the semifinal in the RuehM Ginn and Snyder will S. were Moaned Mar, IT by the W. Driggen; publicity Mn. Peterson cleared on UM ckrb'i scenic route Club.A Uptage plant WM awarded

fjkrfct tourney. be lost to the team by graduation, I chapter tire Norton Peters, new Mrs. VUiVaa; way and means, guide book. Prank SUUman, to Mr*. John Lynch as rim

1 The letter men, mho will re- and the even-man nucleus will Gardens Back worthy matron, welcomed and Mr Douthit Mr*. Walker Mrs chairman of the club's booth at door priM IIId a wample tree
-- tffft their award at the annual be a food atari toward a champion Ninety presented gift. to the 'honor Gertrude Williams; flower, Mn, to Mn. J:. J. Morriasey. I' second
equard next season," gays guests Mr. and Mrs W. O. Tal- Douthit, Mrs W. W. BaUma; program -
In May
athletic! award day are BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN: door prize
also bott, Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Thomp. Mrs Peterson, Mrs
Coach Paul tWorley "W Difference John
Jack Donald with
,
Bob Roper Pope But a FOR BILLY IIENN, THREE Mrt. E. B. MeOarrph, Mrs A.
have tome mighty good material son Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Vlhlcn, M. Brown, Mr A. D. Mullins,
..,. White and Hi'll. Ralph Jordan
Ed.
under development in the B Mr. Lydia Sayers, Mrs. Anna AN Mr. Bethea; refreshment, MnJuanlta Billy Henn marked his third and coffee
served
bICK'S SEEDED quod.." bright Mrs. Tom Chapman, Mrs. Banister! Mrs. Settle Ot- birthday Sunday with a party at New draperies doughnut In the garden

Playing on the B team this sea Olen Edwards Mr*. Walter Peterson ting; chapter room Muse Marie the home of his parents, Mr. and center are the gift of Mr*. Fro-
eon were Carl Norwood Bruce and W. H. Owen Baahor. Miss Sarah Vihlcn Mn, Mr*. Wm Henn. Games were
: SECOND IN GOLD Ennls, Allen Lett, Joe Kerley, The following committees for Douthit Norton Peters; registration played and lee cream and birth- ton a Bird

John Wainwright Gerrltt Hold- the new year were announced by Mia Marie Baahor, MI'I."rmmlnp day cake were served

TOURNEY turn, David Friedrlchs, James the worthy matron: finance, Mrs Mn. Sadie Vlhlen;examinations Helping Billy celebrate were
d ; BALL
: Booker, Gee Sprinkle and Fred Jewel Douthlt, Mrs Arthur Hem- all paat matron and Joan and Albert DI Lorcnto

Suber.. past patron Frances and Sonia Petrow, Sandra -
Second-seeded Dick's Drive In e wet: CATHOLIC BENEFIT NETS The star points Mrs. Juanlta and Carol Walker and Fred
asketball team will play its / lull FOR PARISH WORK Williams, Mrs. Gertrude William, Henn.
first game Saturday night in Mrs Frances Hobbs Mrs. Esther

r |the 17th annual Gold Ball tournament SCHOOL SELLS 1 r; '/ rr Approximately $1,833 was Lambert and Mn. Oiling served MRS IIEINLEIN SPEAKER BRAKE SERVICE
which opened Monday cleared by Sacred Heart Catholic orange juice and white cake AT MIAMI GARDEN
CLINIC
lght)) 4n Miami Jackson gym Church at the annual dinner and frosted In ,reen.VOUNG Immediate Service
I '_II1\1-"X team are competing BALL TICKETSStudent N country store held recently, A Mr. Herman Heinlein poke on
.n the cage contests which win 0 (J dAIVIAi dinner to honor those who staged "Growing Fruit and Spice" at the
close next Tuesday night: the event will be held Sunday CATHOLICS DANCEON clinic held yesterday at Simpson
ticket for the five SAINT PATRICK'S DAY Reasonable Prices
evening In the clubhouse,
Memorial
After fighting It* way to the Garden Center The
of the Homestead
home
Quarter-finals In the AAU tour- game err Wlnn'i Musical Rascal provided Miami Spring Garden Club wa

,ament lent week, Dlck'i wee detested High School baseball season will\ ....... GROUP COLLECTS BOOKS thejfliuslc for a Saint Patrick's hostess group. Workmanship
by Central Baptist on Mar be placed. on sale to defray the FOR NEGRO LIBRARY Day dance for young people of Quality

#17. Johnson was high man withstn officials' charge of 'I uo for each The American Legion Auxiliary the Redland District Mar. 17 MRS. A. E. SMITII HOSTESS

't" point and Loll wa second, game, announces Couch Paul L. .. Is assisting in the collection of In Sacred Heart clubhouse .Jimmy TO GLEANERS CLASS .n

rlth nine, Worley, It I I. hoped that at least DUrerta free parterre ftlsattaf *f the alnetlei, medera deoryari gar book for the negro library whichis Winter wee in charge of ar Decoration and refreshment I ENGINE OVERHAUL
200 of the ticket will be sold den enpaasls. ktaaty el be flowers, sad not a patters being sponsored by the Homestead rangements.. During the Intermissions course were In the SL Patrick' o

It II. HURLERS at, SO .rent. each, plu. eight cent Back to the day when' women freetlng weather even In the north Soroptlmlst Club musical volunteer number were provided Day theme Mar. 17 when Mr*. A. o
by talent.
tax, he laid. Adult will be old wore bustle, Bower In front yards en states, and are easily grown In commemoration of the of E. Smith wa hosteu to the Gleaner MOTOR TVNE.1JPo
25-ccnt! reserved scat right behind were In fashion. New that bustles from lied when started early under founding of the Legion, on Mar. Inspired by the success the a claw of First Baptist
TAKE L LOSE 1 home plate are" coming kick door yard garden protection, or in the garden Itself It the local group presented a Initial dance, the young people ol Church. FRONT END ALIGNMENT
The admission picked up at are ritumlng but with a difference a* soon a* the weather permit profusion of gladioli snapdragon the parish are planning repeat After a business session home- o
from" the fashion. followedIn The garden illustrated Is simple and larkspur to Pratt General events."
each game will go to help pay a mad Ice cream and green and PAINTINGBODY
the nbatebThen
z The Redland Diamondbacks for the $1110 to $173 worth of new arrangement of border plantings Hospital. The flower were contributed white Iced esker were served to o
I tort their opening baseball gameto equipment which must be boughtfor flower were used la workout for a smell house where the. \ by Dick and Herbert the 20 guests. AND FENDER
I Miami Tech Friday night at elaborate design in bed otgtomctrle walk leads from the private' driveway Grafe For
A team play>) Mr Worley ssys. L 11 Dawson and W. O. a REPAIR
Miami Field, but evened the score ships This was so an- to the l'bnndrto: : : : Both house Talbott,
The Grower will play a free clsnt fashion, dating back to the and lot teem larger COMPLETEInsurance o
Tuesday when they trounced preliminary game against! the middle ages, known as parterre by this arrangement Bright PROVOKINGPERSONALITIES SEAT COVERSo
ray Ponce de Leon on the CavallcrCllamond. Ponce de Leon team at 3.13: next work. The beauty of the parterre red, or pink salvias, and the clear ST. JOSEPHS; DAY MARKED ServiceSee
Friday afternoon on the school was. In lu pattern with the flowwi vivid red, pink, blue and buff verbenas MITII TRADITIONAL RITESSt. UPHOLSTERINGUNDEECOATINQ
In Friday'. tilt, Charlc Palmer, diamond, Eddie Adam, newbaseball used only to supply' the color which will provide a brilliant decoration o
Few of this for a white or grey house. Joseph' Day wa celebrated
It examples
Ji I developed
Tech truck out
14 of
southpaw, coach, I II busy whittling "III CMfPAI6H\N&
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method now In this coun- Saturday by the Italian of Sacred
Ire teen Both sslvls and verbena are HaleAT
he Rattlers walked four and John II.
to 13
down the S3 try-out men. 0
It slow growing, and seed should be Heart Catholic Church with the CONGRESSMAN
eve up even hit. Veteran of eight yean experience trr.Modem I'ORCELAlNtZINGLmBICATION
started early In a hotbed or greenhouse traditional giving away of loaves
Jim Hooker tarred at bnt for In the Mlddlewest, Adam helped dooryard gardens areas size
simple as possible/ design In I 10 that plant of good of home-baked bread. After the OfexJ afKfawa0 o
hedland when the Rattler flattened to develop Dale William, out order to center attention upon the can be set out as loon as dangerof ritual of passing out the bread Ft'CIIS REAL'ESTATE ,,,g.aallNa yeaNifaf ''per jNjaj
the Cavalier 1-0, The vieton fielder with the 1948 American beauty of the flowers. These' are I frost is over. If seed Is sown directly dancing was enjoyed and cake Phone 448-17BR ref NapN,aND ice.ufs wNOSa4feoN f 0GENERAL
scored a run In first League lIuml>lon Cleveland In. grouped In masses of one color so, In the garden flowers maybe and cold drink were served! atscrcD-rs ago ruhkor REPAIRS
J' thin delayed' two or throe week swwv.
arranged that each mar harms. war sxx,
Inning and added the dlan o
His** with and sets eft the other, Sweet alyssum I 'however, will growquickly toast ale /err tuns
third.
A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO
I and all provide a pleating. deoora-II from seed and either I a ....--.JL'...., '- r7we
dwarf white the.dark BUMPER SERVICE
variety, or
lion for the bouse.Tor
I purple Violet Queen Alyssum maybe o
I these bed, annual Bowers, used. If the plants are sheared Y BUDGET PLAN IP DESIRED-.
ef low compact growth are most when they grow too tall Bower PAY AS YOU DRIVE.WRECKER .
suitable subjtcts. They will Bower will be increased and a low grow L
I without ceasing from July until log border constantly maintained o
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( All-Star Team Named ..

Witness" For Center Hall League MEAT Bird Chevrolet Co.


i .., The" player who showed the CUT 107 N, Krone Ave.

.t Comer best sportsmanship basketball\ league In Redland play Newest next too! .... Homestead FU.
4 ; t Ml B>k< ar..le. Mrwk Phase 81
TELEVISION thin season, and members of an I year ( Mt llr Mt w* .o .........
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all-star cage team have been IM kltk, .. lll> ., Ik. .. >rlor. ..... o
,r 1seas nominated by the center team r The most truly advanced car you've sent isyear Ir '."rte-."n- Mil.. red Uii4 MilM.otorr. 22 Years With

captain., Carl Mendhelm was *- -tha New Hudson! The car with the
'lite t'ar.t Choice ef the Nation voted the iportmanshlp honor. r exclusive, yean-ahead "ntep-down" design ChevroletThe

.ti Named to the all-star team. were Tha car that give you easier driving, easier

Bill Ohmun and Robert Jones, I Tiding, more safety, amazing head room .,. ..
a forwards; Kenneth Mendhelm, and . the roomiest teati in any moss
See and hear it every ocniiiK except Tuesday center; and Jimmie IJyrd) and 4 produced ear in tht couiUryl It'a yours

from 7 to 10 Harvey Hendrix, guard Oh man only in the .. .
and Jones received unanimous

a' vote Hudson
Junior and senior softball New

t k league are being organized for

spring play say Austin IL Arm- Q. What to the tame ef UU tat afana.tr e
Hatred, recreation director Play* I a Faye iis
DODD RADIO & APPLIANCE ere less than 14 year of age will A. These an cpanrlb\ $2375-12
go Into the younger group Q. Whfro <_ tke rut eeme trans only| yatmazif
and hew to M IdrnUnrdTA. _
North Krome Ave In a recent ping pong tournament 8r rer1b'* are out from the side 'Iff fa FMT-DM)MM Mtv. .ra4. .hv tiny(qnlppMlThe .
207 sponsored by the Redland a toe pork CWTMB.. They mn the gaew,
Teen Axe Club Jimmy Byrd defeated end of the ribs which have been re* !uN to lot ........ i ,
moved from the bacon The
j jSe Mr Armltstead to win the spareribs J .have a flat. r-ndy-rlbbod strip I
,{ title. The shuffleboard play .Is still itppeanuuxi with a eoalluf: of fU Modern/ Dorian I for '49 fan e?
under way. The ends of the rib 'bones an visible, .
as la the lean meat between the ribs.
Q. How..... this eat be prepared Thurman Motors a
A. Sparerlbs may b* braised orrouted.
Teat! Complete cooking Is Imporftnt 1 S. flaslcr Phoue 498If --
W* Ate There. -
1fn A Al rt( t tTELErnONE Trucker: "I'll have a dollar dinner llw unit to brine, so they out the an fullet aiNa flavor cooked of r

please," *o the well-done I stage To ibraiae. the
first brown It well In hot fat In
Waitress: "On rye or whole heavy utensil. Add a emU! amount
l l r wheatr-Ex. f .f liquid and cook mast .-
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TWO SHOWS DAILTi 1 and I P. M. UMT P.I about l<4feeue boon. To Dugout -
SATURDAY: and SUNDAY continuous I till 11. the spareribs, 'butlngaVeqiionUy
A m..1. AdulU!: Mi hi. Ucl Matinee (till S p. m.). Ste.Chlldreai ; with your favorite barbecue
ader tea to twelve .... Tax Ucluded.) SouthTheatre Miami 'sauce, Spareribs i are also delicious
tea lei ( when stuffed with a .bread or fruit I row flow to u .... M tab t4Wun
.jatufflng and roasted.Th Mil I u
SMITH"3SATOtOAT OAII.t.tR: FLOOR COVFCINOOrks.
Last Times "WIIISIJEHING
Today
: Its ..* IISHth
Bald TrathWoman1
d Mar. I*-Double Feature Pretram *vole on phone: "Hello,
CHARLES STARRETT, SMILEY BURNETT In are you Itarry?" i

"WEST OF SONORA" S blacks a*, ef traffle Rgkl eS. Man: "Not especially, lady, but
DIxU. By.Beata fra a long way from bald.Ex..
(Durango and Smiley are at It again)
MUrnt Pb... 41-1111
And TED DONALDSON. STEPHEN DUNNE, TOM POWERS I laTHE

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Saturday, continuous I to 11 p.m.I MAYTAG Dutch Oven Gas RangeS
(A heart warming adventure ot living and loving) Sunday, continuous I to 11 p.m.

Mondays thru Frldtyt, chows
SUNDAY.Md'MONDAY. M.... 17-11 r
'"' at T and I pflV S methods
cooking
superbly by convtntipnal
DANA ANDREWS. LILLI PALMER LOUIS JOURDAN In yrt

"NO MINOR VICES" I 8..,.M... M.... .,.D
GREEK QARSON. WALTER e Cooks automatically you don't even ned to be there
i (Can an artIate'mdel, be a model wife) In
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