Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: April 1, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00654
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRIS '




!I The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 '


I 38th Year No. 13 HOMESTEAD{ FLOJRIDA, !FRIDAY;[ APRI1.1,19't9 rice 6 u '









U.. S.t Widening Surveys Under Way .











: As Alternate Seaboard Road UrgedNew







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Hospital Wing I LAUNCH DRIVE 35 Benefit Acres Baptist Gift Tomatoes Church I?! VOTE FAILS, -TilE..-...WEATHEKOfn ws-wIt.. ._._rbe. _.- HIGH PRICES OF RIGHT-OF-ffAY


Thirty-five\ acre of tomatoes, .. way a's.I' e.n I la.u
gin of Earl IC. Harvey to First Mir 24 JT 60 SOOt
TO FINANCE Baptist Church, arc being pickedby PERRINE MAY Mar IS 15 Tl SO 10 WOULD FORCE REROUTING EAST

donated labor for benefit of I i Mar, 21 IS 71 SOOT ,

the church building fund. Proceeds Mir 17 14 6* MM
Big Need Dr. Smith from the 900 crate picked Mar 21 IS M lOOT

NEW STADIUM Monday, n well a* return from ASK STATUTE i Mar 21 .. M IS JOOJ SAYS COUNTY COMMISSIONERJ.

future yield,, will be used to remodel Mar. SO IS M II."

the former Leader building I -

I bought by the church, report the Temperance Speaker

Tells One-hall the estimated ",lOG Rev John a Whitt. pastor. Ami" meeting of Piscine R. Brook Is Member Rlchl-ol-wiy and traffic surveys

Auxiliary Here cost ef the proposed. Homesteadball Picker for the tract, which II cltiren has been called for Tao;; Announced by Church riannin Zoning Hoard I for widening U S. 1 Into a
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park stadium will be borne located on the Goulds canal, were. tonight In the Community House The Rev. Jot. I|. Tie. educational lour....... highway between Mi-
and the balance furnished by Virgil Sprinkle D. to I, secretary lor the FlorldiTemperance A seven-man county board to and Homestead
by the city, will H. Dellinger end D. H. Dellinger.Jr. poll public opinion on pl.nlto amt are now
League' ', will deliver direct both planning and loning
I :
With the community hospital ACRES be raised by the local softball ., farmer member of the ask the stele. legislature to I' flannel-board illustrated sir: activities way created Tuesday by under way Commissioner Preston

from n to 100 per cent full all 75,000 league, It way decided it a meetIng church dissolve the strife-torn city, Mrs. I the county commission. B. Bird Mid yetterday.

the time, safety demand that Wednesday night of league Edna Tyre, city clerk, announced Board members, who will each "Th rlght-of-wiy survey;'

plan be mad for another wing PURCHASED FOR officials with. council member yesterday receive $50 a month, arc the six I aid Mr. Bird, "will determine
E. B. M'GARRAII member of the former toning whether the present .. foot
Dr. Jam** Archer Smith, county Ceo. S. Skill, league president, Two Perrlne city official re* I'
board and Carle J. Rider rormertot road can be widened to the
physician for whom the hospitalwas 'GLADES PARK on Thursday morning launched a luclantly agreed Tuesday night i , engineer. The toning board I required 111 fret or whetherprohibitive

I named staled at a meeting crusade for funds "Civic orginl- NEW\ COMMANDEROF to continue In office until the state! members transferred to the new land price will forrtjIt
rations, service club, business
.f the hospital auxiliary In the Purchase of 7$.000 acre of land legislature! decide! whether<< or board Ire J. R. Brook of Home- to be re-routed eastward Ne
firm and individual will all be
City hall Friday night !In the Cape Bible area for Inclusion asked to contribute to the project V. F. \\V. POST not to dissolve the year-old city I stead, W M riske Adams" James money I II available for right-of

Ten or twelve more bed, Including In Everglades National Park which will benefit the entire dl. which failed of a suicide vote InSiturdiy'a I Bright, Roy Cutter, John Bouvler .' way purchase this/ year, but If we
wnSnnounced. Friday In Washington election Mayor R. P. and Mr. T. T. Stevens.METhIODiST get a favorable report., we might
a children* ward must t>y Senator Spestard L.Hollard trict. he laid. E. B. McOarrah war elected Barfield and Commissioner.lamai, : obtain an advance surplus gas

be planned for* ba..hI.WI report Park Superintendent The stadium will furnish the commander of Arrant-Smith Post A. Brown agreed temporarily" to tax fund to finance the project'

crowd 20 bed In space planned Dan Beard. necetwry accommodations to put V, r. W, at the annual meeting put aside their desire to resign, GOAL The proposed new road paralleling .
I on big exhibition games for benefit Monday night In Legion HaltEd and to operate the city on a Urn. the Seaboard track from
have
tor 11 Betide this we a The tract wa* bought from
of community projects. Approximately
*'. Wei** was mid senior vicecomm.nder Ited basis until IU fate I.I determined Miami would make an excellent
crib and eight! k4sstotts *l beds Model Land Company for f ISJ.OOO, $1,200 way realized 1
from ; F. A. Ruff. Junior OF $50,000 OVER alternate route to U. S. I If the
total' land purchase
In all. to bring from the Bradley benefit lastsummer
,Vice-commander; Erie Bridge, Assistant Mayor David J. Lightas \ right-of-way be obtained
started *lth the to I2DS400 for 110-] CM
.
The company
hospital wa and with the stadium,
quartermaster John Traynor special meeting Mono
; ) Mr Bird said.Advocated
12 bed about nine year ago, but 000 acre The purchases were the league can stag big games chaplain; H. P. Rutherford, putt night declared that he was letting HALF ATTAINED In the LeaderEnterprise
financed from the 12.000,000 donated
line that time the community for worthy I\IteL"
advocate; and Ceo. Skill surgeo4rRetiring off the commission by die of Feb 10 by W. WFvntress .
ka, doubled or tripled la itzIt *. by the aisle of Florida to Person who want to reserveth
commander A. V. Phillips -' qualifying himself-moving temporarily -
donations of land for addition to the pa.1 More mad pne-tMrd of Shi of Kmgman dr.to siphon
built buy
way by season box teal on tale by
became: trustee for a threw to Coral Cable, Lightwho
from IT. I, the
Ingle pro.calterfel'
the people of the community and Mr. Beard ,,aay that the new the league at "' sure asked to term. declared himself : through 130,00* needed to finish the MWFirst '
A!
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year ,. .. KJEV. JOSCP1LJL I1OL ** four-Upr. M
baa always 'been operated on a land Include two main aend their check immediately to k Mrthodlst, \ poe :..
jt purchase 'J'IIItUIwertl: de fvt\.tII., then., and_UierexidUUaot attend Chart*i"'dldlfi.n wtitawuMiXwaitoM..*$ &
bast Constructed by \tract and several, scattered par* Mr, j+k+U whoAwUT accept dona- 'J< r yte feBee**** *** 1t """ "" ;4" dy.rrt1roIf trim from'"w.' Hauler si In Mi.amTte '
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__.1''Wf l arbor' J! hl4 "' qIpaq; I( c--. ... ''P..twJI >Vatil.xffftft&l+**. *t ,meeUnc to beheld. .her ApPand farter, the fourth Rmmuwton r: Sunday morning In First Baptist W the one-week fund-rajslnj tinge highway. to awrth*
'f/nW'W'' '117: 'I'b c1t- "n'
/ I and Seven Palm Lake and takesIn Jf estimated that "bunding 10. An Initiation parade to Peking to get out. said he was' Church.The: end Homeetead. Thence Mr
owned It really belong to. the I, the country around Jo* and material for the CBS stadium} comical attire, and a street dance '.till of the same mind but he did' sermofl prtsent the nth crusade, report J. L. Burton, Fentrea. proposed' It would ,nit

people of the community. The I Mideria bay The other large complete with two rest room, will highlight the Cooties' conClave. not want to nave to move from bout th. present liquor litu'" city ha* not a penny In it but does I parcel la northwest el ,Flamingo will tat about $4,000 Mr Skill FVrrlne I in authoritative end Interesting of $17.000 war mad at the with Jngraham hlghwa
provide light and water and care along E. Cape Sable Canal: and aid. Labor cost estimatedat Rev John II. I
were the
The post voted to sponsor a At the ways and mean meet. manner lays morning and evening church aer- only existing route tn and] through
for the IJ'OUIIdL" Gator and Fox lakes. $1.300. V F. W. team to be managed by (Continued on Page Two) Whitt, p ..tor. It li compiled from vices at which ..talk were made Everglade: National/ Park
staff and
The hospital's" doctor,
the latest wlentlflc findings, and
Stanley Witlkop In the aumlTlf'fIIIIflb.n bt Dr. F. O. Hunt member of the A shorter version of the Ses
board the help of the.
appreciate I hit received the highest commendation -
made
ha Golf Club to Elect Six Directors league Plans were general board Of mission and board track proponed route war
y organized auxiliary '
W for the post to assume operationof Hears liy, PhoneSolo from minister*. edueiton church extension advocated In a Miami Herald

aid.The the soft drink t'OIIN1a".1" lie Sang Hour BeforeDid end Christian le.de..1Ivery editorial this week-the Inspiration
auxiliary ba tl lS7t on New Officers Here Thursday Nightretiring J the ball tames, and responsibilityfor one should heir this meaIII' liusinet houses and church for which also. U admittedby
canvassed this/
member being
hind MI'II. Cecil Dodd treasurer are
i the car of the restrooms In you ever pick up the telephone Mr. Fentres. This plan would
The membership chairman week by 30 worker headed by
reported.
will be taken for
and hear voice An offering
Six director for the Redland director. the proposed new bleachers.Past your own has have the new Miami-Redland
t: A. Buchanan
Mr ail
was not present but captains.
work at the league
of the .
1'01I' coming out of the receiver Th.tII support
Boy Tracy, membership' captain. District Colt and Country Out Present officer arc Mr. Burton Commander James C. charge of business solicitation and District highway leave Miami at
what did.
Wittknp .
Stanley
Mr. Cooper, first Venn reported that he had repaired Bird dr. and Ludlam rd. and follow
(Continued on Page Two) are to be fleeted fey the membership president; Soon after the tenor soloist for Ceo. W, Smith, John Whlrhard.Dr
vice-president: Dr. Ruehle sec and repainted the service : -. D. 0. Wolfenbarger Mrs. E. the southeast aide of the Seaboard -
at the annual meeting to be ond vice-president; Capl\ Kramer, honor roll located In the pout the Homnload Male Chorus returned II. II. S. FIELDIN Ki King and Mrs.. E J. Dyal art to enter Kroms .,... at

held at I o'clock Thursday night secretary; and Mr, Johnson, office triangle and had arrangedthe from the chorus concert directing the membership canvas Sliver Palm dr.
C. A. CAMPBELL] In the Homestead school audi treasurer. name In alphabetical order. Sunday night In First Baptist SHAPE FOR II *. The\ Herald point out that the
Church: his telephone<< ring. Whenhe diversion
would early
> morning Mr. Burton new route permit
torium. Three will be elected for Yesterday
picked up the receiver he U. 8. 1 of traffic
EXALTED RULEROF three-year terms and three, for Church CenterTo heard his own vole singing the reported that $25.872 had been from
I Dedication of Baptist HOSPITAL GAMEThe subscribed toward the fund. Cashcollection bound for the Redland Silver
two-year terms.Construction I solo of the evening to $11,131. Palm and Eureka sections and

LOCAL ELKS of a clubhouse and Highlight Youth Week Observance H* loon remembered that the ;f r. Hunt* amounted an outstanding" would also provld. an alternate
brother of the chorus had
Lyon a
8. Grower nine will
)L H. return route for tourist
tending of the course laps scheduled speaker, will preach again next
I wire recorder. play the Redlind Rattlers it 2,15: ho direct Mr, Fentre yesterday advo
{ Claude A. Campbelf was elected I for some time this spring Dedication next Thursday night of the local churches: lit Invited Placed In the church anteroom Sunday, On week days cited construction of the Seaboard

exalted ruler of the Homestead will be among the item to be of the rirrt Baptist Church youth to meet with the young Baptistsfor : the Lyon recorder had registered Tuesday on the school diamond the fund-railing drive, routs) before) widening work begins

kedge, B. P. 0. t, at the annual presented, for discussion. center will be a highlight" of youthweek a cupper and the center dedi-i the concert music.: It was while which has been put In tint elm on U.: S. I and Increases the.lretdJ'
I donated labor 3i Give Blood{
of
I directors cation eertice Thursday nightClimax re-playing the selection at home shape by the UN Persons acute traffic hazard of
After the election the nine
i meeting Friday night ,
I which: begin Sunday at the of the week' observance that the four brother, Harold and machinery. All receipts: except 'In South Dade Round-up the bottle-necked two-Ian high-
D. K. Minor wa mad esteemed will choose their new of fleer .. will to the James :
church.To feel 0
will be the presentation of; Virgil Donald: and Irving, decided: umpire | (Continued on Page Two)
leading knight; Wra. A. Henn I *. J. L. Burton, Howard L. carry on the week' activities The Challenge of the Crow" on : to have tome fun with Stanley Archer Smith Hospital Auxiliaryfor Eight persons responded to the

t esteemed loyal knights Stanley Johnson holdover, and director Bruce, Barfield and A. are n the young people have elected Sunday evening, Apr. 10. i iRomesteiii I via the telephone. 1 tltllly needed hospital Improvements -: Children's plea of the Commission South Florida for Crippled dona-

Wittkop esteemed lecturing Kramer Herman Helnleln., Dr. Tom White youth pastor; Miss DONOVAN CUP
Dirt wu' hauled and the field lions at the South Dad Blood
knight\;; E. W. Burton, secretary; Ceo. D. Ruehle, Gees H. Cooper, Peggy Byrd youth director: ; J. W. Summer Start on Area Bayfront Park reconditioned: without rhirg byDouflau Bank her Friday, and specifiedthat
Thos. C. K1rb,. treasurer; and
Adrian Jacob and E. A. Ames, Routon, Sunday school: superintendent 1 Tower end Earl F. Cat their blood be Mad for theeotnmitai
W. Y Bush, tiler. W"" F. Brant- TO BE GIVEN AT ?
Icy, retiring exalted' ruler was ; and bliss Clara Stephen Seen as Court Approves Bond Issues don. A new backstop donated by' l'* summer schedule of

made trustee and alternate rep Youth Detention Home son. B. T. U. director. the county board, also pay been I' corrective wrgery, wart In all.
Ira L. Xshleman: Miami youth Installed 12 person fv blood. CAGE BANQUET 1
resentative.Coroner's Contract Let by DadeA director. Will speak Sunday nightto Bsyfront Park U 21 miles up the congested highway A tree preliminary fame will ft The Miami technician wen
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Office Raked contract for construction of the young people. On Wednesday moved e step closer to realization from Homestead. be played her at 1:1) today between assisted by Mrs. J. R. Brook fifth of the

the proposed Dad County Juvenile night the youth choir will Tuesday when the Florida Supreme Homestead and Ponce de Homestead registered mrrse. Light Donovan The Memorial presentation Trophy for
By County Commission The Life of Christ" Inmusic. Police Block HighwayAs Leon. served p
detention home you awarded present Court approved the $}.. refreshment were by the most Improvement grown" bya
Tuesday by the county commission . Prisoner Escapes Ticket for the hospital benefit, member of Sacred: Heart Altar Homestead
Legislation to create the office 200,000 bond issue voted for park member Of the High
Two from each tale it the Dixie
people
young on held
to Acme Construction Co. fame are Society The round-up wa*
of Dade County coroner was requested on a bid of $244,600. and bridge Improvement by Dade Dade and Monroe County police Druf. and MlM Bertha NIIlII.ua-1 la.. Sacred Heart clubhouse. School basketball squad will be
the Dade legislative made at the annual banquet to
of I freeholders In last 'e.r', general Wednesday night set up a roadblock man ha charge of the student
delegation by resolution of the Homestead Architect C. J. Par- ) be given by Mr. Donovan at TJW: .. ,
county commission Tuesday, ...wCommlaloner man way commissioned' to draft $477,732 WORTHOF election County Commissioner at Jewfisn Creek In an ticket aale, Welfare Hoard Workers Wednesday evening;, Apr, 6, In'p.mboo' '' f
effort to critically
port Preston B. plan for a $23,000 commissary to Preston B. Bird said yesterday. It I I apprehend a ThursdaysThe Tavern.
wounded bandit suspect who had. Sing TO Come Here?
sell the bonds Male Chorus to
be constructed for the home for TOMATOES may be possible to Vote of the player d.termlntlthe
Bird.Mr. the at Dade : by June 1$ and begin the development been snatched by two pal from Welfare Board la
Bird hospital" chairman aged County Hospital bed. At Perrine SundayThe District recipient of the trophy given
t recommended the appointment of Work began this week on the I shortly" after he laid.la a Key West hospital changing the Homestead office: each year by Richard IL Donovan -
a pathologist for the work which MW kitchen for the hospital for SOLD AT MARKET two separate opinions, the The a&uptt'bookecl\ a* Hom teed Male Chora hour to Thursdiy Instead of Hometteaul automobile dealFT .-

at present le'handled by Justices which: contract totaling 1124,700 court unanimously upheld the David Matthew Lather, 14, of will continue IU winter eerie of Fridays, effective at once.: In memory of hi* aoet.F. nsignRichard

cf the pas were let Mar. n I I I 12000.000 bond Issue for Crindon.Kaulover Orlando shot Tuesday morningby concert with, a program Sunday Beginning Apr- T, Mr. Mildred H. Donovan Jr.. killedIn
Firmer grossed I4T7.72US lor .
Beach and Homestead Deputy Sheriff Albert Cwyna at PRIM Baptist Church, anItounee Derryberry use worker, will be the war Last year the trophy
11J.M8 field crate of tomato at park, and the $1500.000 issue for when caught robbing the Cosmo Frank lye president bell from 10 .. m. to war awarded to Rocky Sincere,
] Bird to Get Additional Two Years the Florida City State Farmers' construction of five bridge poll tan Grill la Key West Concerts art being scheduled In 12 the noon city each Thursday. season's captain of the lQuad.I .
III II IIj thousand
Miami and
Market within the past ten-day The ore hundred for Coral Cablet, Key
Under Proposed Commission Changetested dollar allocated for development Dr. Archer Will Speak Weft The grasp present a full
auction Market-
j : period report of the local: park will give the Show Movies' for ClubDr. concert of IS cbonu numbers" School Bands to Vie Saturday NightIn
,... master C S. Phillip Radland District a beach endpicnic with solo by Mr*. C. L Chlpler, .

Term of County Commissioner ta otf-yer election Terms Th yield end the price are grounds In Its own front F. P. Archer Jr. Home fut soprano Stanley Wittkop I District Contest at' Orange Bowl

Preston & Bird and Hugh of tilt two slated to expire In decreasing! with the waning season reed' Bird ald. "Now beach stead optometrist win be guestspeaker Mr. Tye and Billy Rice, guest

peter would be extended an 1M2 would be extended to UJ4. he say Last week (7.27 picnicker must travel at least a* .,. the Florida City Kl- trumpet player, ,
additional two year* under a The remaining three commissioner (axes brought I1MJMM with far a* Matheson Hammock which want Club at a ladle lght Homestead and Bedland high Sturgls of Sarasota.

county commission request Wednesday *, Lout F. Snedlger L D. an average price: of 04J1 Theweek's program tonight H* will also COUKTT At'CTIONI LOTS I school band will vi le with 'five The five other bands which w. 01

to Dad legislator for MacVicar and Jesse Yarborough figure were lUll bones F .t TKKCATENS PARR I ibbw movie of the making; of Mi* Robert P. Crew of Home other band from Dado and Brow I compete Saturday are Ponce de

the ateggered-torm system la ueby would com up for re-elecUoa toU02. with a price: average of MAI Top A. tire threatening; Everglades: lens** during tilt war to hi* army stead uecesfully bid $!4o4 for lea Miami Edison: Miami Jack.
district
the ether M Florida cotmtie price this week was $.. Nations park wa brought under laboratory In Germany.U. Let 7 and I In Seville Addition ard counties In the competition sor.. Miami Beach Senior JlldI.I .

Under the daggered. system.Which Dede, pioneer In extending The only bean on the market control Sunday Bight and Monday Cor Leonard Paine made a auctioned off by the caubty Tuea- of the Florida Bandmaa- I Miami Senior High and. rortLauderd.
Insure hold-over' of at commission'term from \two to pew ere pole boun.,11( which are morning by park fire fighter official visit to the club last Friday d.'. Acquired by PIt county' In led Association Saturday"night in .... Band which: achieve.

least two experienced' commia- four >e.ue. tf the /-., :Florid* selling at about ... M tald. Farmer assisted by the Dade County fire night and led aa open forum the poet boom bank, failure\ the the Orange Bowl.t I a superior rating of IS an concert'
toner* Binds and Peters' terms ceuaty .which provide. .* timidtaneoua have abort Mapped picking unit The fin wa. between Lucille : on dub matter Homer Frailer property' had been advertised The local band wen aehedulad end drill.win be eligible tor'the]

:wo1d be extended .because their ratber thee 'ata erocI quash which\ t* bringing only. dr. end Florida ST. cay Superintendent president of th* Miami KJwanians, hree tirnci prevtously without to 1f'a rated last night by J. & state. championship" competition/ .

districts, toe and lour, are coa- term $190 for the bed ___ Dam Beard. also we a guest 'J receiving I satisfactory bid ,I of Fort Para and V. D. Jacksonville la .MaI /






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Friday, April 1,1949
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Page Two HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE

--- W J. Pew- The eJ*..*M ti' of triumph la
The :DIiUlUlDIIllllllUlllllllllllflllIIlIIU the oa.t are Biaaer Hoferty, lkclodtioptur. .. the required two-third. majorityDiOluUon CemiwiM Cfcoarmen all In the first tfUebleBeNry
the "!" '
Tbehna IMtM, heatOftallNr. i I I 1 1I was the sole ..ace. MUM |Jar salt a urged
_UIth Ford.
.... h, on th* Job
Una* Marray. KaHiryn II whit end lore nagwnenvknee
Leader-Enterprise The Gadabout I ....... of the dty, a* H to
filet. Ann Turns end IwMI .. ted withdrawn tram the o *]
20 Years AgiJTlll R-.II. ." oonaedoo meta wind up llr ", Ira to a buataaeiHe 4He a Car*!
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f> to IMI I II I hsslY..
"Allen Kirk, MM*| tan of MA a, HelM ffMttog rtrrtyra At ice eaiasni Mar --II JIb the VWttng Minister: "Well, ,..U,
and Mr R Kirk of CVmJtta, was Monday eight to cevM the etec- Mid that even before bricht IH.It
lit youre a
I can
r.h1YSd ....... .... a_ eommlieton hd d*
..,..... ...MM.. ..... .- n. rdl..My Hare ii lN..Mw critically injured In a fall from 1.- ..... Semi vote, the pBBpoMl I wa mad election the action 'll'l1UAnd how high can you
ANl":: ": v.....,. )w M*.s1..Y.1:way ftIk \truck ;' to get the .II-.Iure to give etcIecf0\ seek the legislative
a.e..M.L..lw, .-.. Jw I Before making my trip, I (MAIM! the sky the ax*. Th ipectat Mil! for dlwoltrtton *t there WM earn FfIUIAtI" "
"Mr. Mm TemcrUnare .
... ..... W .es.e 0.0. Iel. and Alfred GIVE dissolution election Bar (proudly): "Or*, tw.,
awldl i.rAw LIIAILIO. .... ... r..ww -....n.. -. parent of a D4o-pownJ .from Mr*. Deleo wile ef tin will be sponsored by the Perrintdtiaen doubt that the ailed wrth- three, four Hve. ell. seven, eight
W YM. tit Ins I coiuul In Ml this ** commlMe hlch has could tit legally *
.' 111YAIT .1111I eon, Alfred Thomaa, Argentine *ml by one-third of the nine ten, .(ack Queen and King.
: H M. out petition
M. uM ( I Jr- born Mar. 24 In Florence Hunt the women In Argentine we "El employed Miami Attorney I <.*:.. '
lI'nt'"IIO"' HwplUl ." Uwl Hill to drift the meMur voter ....
IIIIIIIIInUIIfIIIIilfhIUgllIIIlflll1iill'Line ! .
? ..d aooIo4IIUMCI'PTlON Libra de DonII'eIront" for cooking
"Geo. Smith hai been returned reference
I purchased lists
aATIIh up for the H II. 8. baee home after undergoing an *ppen- cookbook H wall M several other j VOTE FAILS I By PLOTNERCMJQ
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Do" Con. 1 dtctomjr""Ml: I 9T HAPPENS EVERY DAY"
ball team U. Bruce Cnnll, catcher; South,American cookbooks .t thefirst _
t\M\ .i1Sni1N (Continued from Pigs On)
ChoIoWI ., is.. ; s lullI BUI Bradley, pitcher; Edward ** Mar aM Behrena, bride bookstore I visited In Ro-j I ; StmoufLY.TI4ICAUVUt
ttMl I ft, 11.51EMl.1 Breaker, flnt base, Anal Bar to-be of Oetf Kenl, Jr, wa* honored aria I Ike the -FeUon" beet'I' tell Ing Tuesday the two, U was decided for to W Nl bu10I l ttlD MONiy MAYO &&Jg% l1NCLO 41NbQAVtAtbQ
city police can
raw, aeeond .bate; Hollli Barrow, with a shown by Mr Jay because It hii many colored pi..i|I' n Cw66f1D A } QAD/ATl7RS/
[ II,200 each In order to make tilt t *> /*
wl.l .I.w .n s.MY.r.a LFPfOND
M M'/ .
short clop; Milton McCarrah third Simon and MSH.nd. and turn and give mart. recipe 01'' ufTOJwtEasSR
1{, fill M W awl .Het. I year's1,000 payment on the L'"T
HMMMi.. rtaMrck ;": e.M W a.1 : bias. Arthur French, right field; Uxlla Slmo.ni . ." native diihe The translation U city halt Carl Butcher, 1 ICSS tWnRutt
I. int. Garland Wynn center field, and difficult !I 118,000 Js?& I1rttl.A
"Mia Margaret Bebren became though beciui of differenc acting police chief, bought one of ) t .
Bruce Batchelor, left field; Sub- the bras of Ceo. Koael I, it, Mar ** of weight/ and measures the machine for work uae for i W
bUf
The GrenadineBy tltutti are Jo* Burton and 21 at the Pehren hom {4ft Puchero It a MUv dish There; which he will charge lilt city $1 QlE
Charm Brookar." ." \ C
Princeton Ire M many variation for rental

Awls! Ma,.... riUpalrkkLeatea "Frank B Ru was started "Mr A. C Deputy entertained, Inf It M w. have for eook.1 daily From Perrin abortive election+ 4 CAR !1.

Season, and tile grenadine .president of tile llomeiteed. Rotary .t bridg ." and Irl.hWI.. ,They ..ry.puclltro *I I Saturday. the city' trouble grew ill c u MauaVAIIW6JIA131TAT
.. grind pud era and
I* blooming Club poco apace. Of the 623 reglitered voter, _
U you he a vine but M altar -A Ihlpment Of 'It,000 freak NEW HOSPITAL WING puckers With the dt help GalUana of I, log balloted for surrendering the, $
my Argentine
franchise and 100 for continuingthe RV 1CiJer
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of your own water baa wa received . by
You till hiv the tymboU of. HI* Naranja Rock Co. from the Okthobee *- (CoatiaHt4 from Page On) Interpretation friends I my sense, puchero of taste grind end my Uf city The effort to dissolve the oIl pwlwwa..' ( rw

uffirlnn fUh hatched of the ".1. for the Key, reported a total of follow; I I municipality failed for want Laird
The Bible leache will for all I*"it. and flak department. Tb.young HI annual memberships and FlU a kettle half full of shed 4 r
itieii'i tin step.Shaws .. Stilt wlU Mock th* company three life memberships In her w.ur. When the witer boll, ado I Chevrolet
'i big rock ,pit to create. territory, the following portion accordingto I QAt JIwiling Co.rhon .
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lining hole ." Mr*. Ceo. Harman, nuri*'* aidchairman the time required for cooking II PROVOKINGPERSONALITIES it
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Corner member said that a court In I pound of flank beef The I
(]rester Hawley I* I ( II
By AM!. MAPMW. nt..*alrlrk .( *a eight-fries 1 orchestra U nun** aid my be started soon Mm weight of other Chap tub
and blank be obtained at I
Amherst College WhOM election may of rnett-pork, veil, corned beef, .
By moonlight Shaw' corner look tie being recorded fay Victor the hwpltaL Mr*. John Grave arnoked ham(;, Me, may be tub. ----"--'-
likeA Talking Maclal..eo. Chester U linen room report showed work diluted. Whit the melt cookiprepare I 'its, tQCrtOG
bed of petunia, pale and I the eon of Mrs.. I. G. Ruggl. .." don by Mr. R K Edward, Mr*. the vegetable). I fO M ('
tweet Frank Rue, Mr*. W J. Krome ( large Irish potatoes I w Like in il freico fairy play "A Little Clodhopper," play and Mr. MibeU Ru. 6 large carrots I er5NS'::' "' 51wNw
With children dancing in their I will be presented\ by the junior Mr*. Lent Link reported thatJ I pound of string bean (whole) \ pill N Mx,, NOYap
bar feet. clan of tladland High School. InFITZPATRICR'S W. Engllah will let tilt group I head of cabbage quartered I ... g11n11NN01ANrlt II "
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Windows
hive th. a Wednei* q Miami Type
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Tom tin corn on cob Of -
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day matinee Oolllna, litre- I ptnnlpi = W6
try told of the hospital benefit I large white onions I
, FINE FURNITURE ball lime to be given Apr. 6Mn When ,"dto serve" imnge
B A. TlbblU, president, prellded. the R
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vegetable I In an
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Cablaet Work-Cbitr Caatnf-tefutlahtagCor . platter The liquid I It uiuallyterved Provide Awning Shelter from ,Rain

Blaoai Dr. Redlanl. **. Ffcen UUiMrilcliiliecrMr U. S. No. 1 WIDENING ** soup before t puchero I
dinner Ith beam
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way. H* also uggeated Immediate
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widening of four-Ian the Cutler-Miami and vegetable Cannot Warp Swell Stick Rust or Rot*
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siphon more el weeoo.
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resorts and to Everglades. (hemmer Menth Only)
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P. B. BIRD MOTORS Dr. Thomas Tells LIeMWhat' Local Soroptimists to Hear President Aufihen Society Film Cotton and Miller Buy Krome Acreage house Mr end on Mn.& T.W.t KTOIM Stadkj. terraceewa.d ., the. I

New In Business Of American Federation Apr. 2 and 3 To Be Shown in Miami I To Sell in Five and Ten Acre Tracts by Mia Theresa Redd.GlloMitt .

OPENS PAINT AND Dr. James 8. Thomas of Hibat The Tropical Audubon Society i 1
Cue Island tonne college preai will present a acreeo tour at S FIn I
dent and director of economic Mn. Gertrude HaRI ot St let up at a ernvwotfen ot the pr. 1 In Ada Menitt Junior I The lH-* r* "Hsrdee pUot" .art. trait to D. M. Seamen otStiver '

BODY 'WORK SHOP research Tor the Chrysler corporation Louis, HI. president of the American Soroptimlat IntomaUotwl Aaao Blah School: NO S. W. Died A? on N Krome' eve at Rummer drha Palm dr. John H. Hale, In*.I.inasU !
spoke on -What New Inhelne. elation at Harrotjat,*, BBgiaad. inI Miami. A color mat "Blta at bean bought. from the F. E. Fiwhi aasodate. -add a tea-acre I
." Tuesday at a ladles. Federation of SoropUmurt >M. Mrs Hum' a aromineatlawyer Land Alone the Coast," will be C Ftrtttaer Co by at L OMtaev tract to OH ......,. I I,,
Opening of a paint and body Clubs, will be guest speaker .t t and Rdy Millar far MbdlvWe Mr. Fuch isfsrta the tJ.* to
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hop was announced this week night meeting ot Redland District I II a member of presented by Or TWford Work KARKOTE ;
by Preston B. Bird Motor Co, S. Lion Club One hundred .sixty- the Southern! Region conference tio AaaociaUon of Women The film will feature the home, and rsVaate ha five and ten..... i
to be held Saturday and SundayIn llto tracts The land li partly BIt to Warning to Used SaanarlUM
Krome at 8th it. It will be under five were present Lawyer, the Illinois State Bar of oceanic mammals and bird I I
the management of Boyd Stewart M. H. Callatla chairman of the the AntlUa Hole In Coral Association\ ., the American Bar !such a* muiT**, guillemots, "sea i avocado and Umes and other The other day a businessman {
formerly of Staten Wand and youth committee reported more Cables. Association, and the American I parrot," pelican and dim fruit on his way to town saw a little VNDERHODTPIOTtCTION ;
Sarasota than fVOO realised from the circus: Attending the conference a* Association of University Women. rants.Children's t'Ormo-l The sale was made by RichardW boy standing forlornly beside a t

"We paint not only automobile sponsored by the club for benefitof representative of the Soroptl- ---- Fucha, Homestead real estate tricycle, the chain of which had :
the Bradley memorial award milt Club of South Dade County broker who has since sold a ten come adrift At the coat of some
but ,also refrigerator lawn and Ice house boxes. furniture and- Geo. W Turner received the will be: the president Mrs. Ben I Clothes Needed, Says Head damage to bee appearance be put Underbody I i j

other household radio given away by the club. Archer, managing editor of the TO OBSERVE: SACRAMENT matter right Stops

Bird Mid equipment Mr. / Leader-Enterprise; the first vice- Of Hospital Benefit Rummage Sale II I The Sacrament! of the Lordi There." "he said when he had Rust, Rattle and Rot i I
president Miss Bertha Nlll Ilaus- I Supper will be observed at Hume- finished ")'01111 soon be able to 1
Mr. Stewart, who has had long Presbyterian Men NameII. I
man. head of the home economics "
stead Presbyterian Church Sun- do that for yourself
experience i In paint .nd'bodywork A* children clolhe are being says Mr John Reed sale chairman .
C. Merriam PresidentHarland department of Homestead High day morning when the Rev. Frank "Oh I can now" said the child Applied under hood, fenders, '
moved her with hit family sold fast they art broughtIn I
School; and theI'etUI'll', Mrs f a* at L. Elvery will preach on "Inside brightly "but It dirties my hands."
from Sarasota. last week. They C Merriam was U. Wells, superintendent of James many more are needed for the "If\ donor are unable ta bring, the Cup Answer. floor and chassis. Keeps new
live In one of the Home apart- elected president of the Men's Archer Smith Hospital The second hospital-benefit rummage sale In rummage-clothes, shoes hats,' car new and old car young."

menu. Club of Homestead Presbyterian vice-president, Mrs Cecil to be held In the Bird Chevrolet dishes,, furniture-the sale committee Order your KarkoU )Job
church at the annual meeting In Dodd of Dodd Radio Sales and building next week from Thgrs- will send for the articles,"
the education building Chosen to the said.CiiesU. I II now
Service will be .an alternate I
day morning till Saturday noon
Local notes to Attend work with Mr Merriam were Others plan to attend the Saturday I i CROUSE& BURR CABINET SHOP
Hollywood Conference Warren Aiken, vlce-prealdent! night banquet and the Sunday
and Raymond Hlppe secretary- luncheon, Barbara Sprinkle of the elementary Sec )District'sValue

Member of the Homestead treasurer Mr*. Huitt will discuss exten- Winner of first and second Plan to Return Builders and IlcmodclcrsTine Tenet One-Stop ,
Rotary Club who will attend the Vane Harris had charge of the don of the Four Point Plan place at Redland are Joan Cole
Rotary district conference to beheld upper which preceded the shoaling I and Joy Shiver 'Junior high and Mr and Mrs. A. 3. niscbrook I Station ;
Apr I-1 In Hollywood are of the film 'New Horizons." Bobby Thornton and Bobby Mac have returned to their home In Woodworking a Specialty

President Henry Prldgen Pre l-' School Will Take Part Donell elementary lllbblng, Minn., after spending a Electric and Acetylene Wcldinj;
dent-elect Lee H Lehman SecreUry 1 vacation In Homestead as guest
In Miami Radio Quiz
Roberts I R. II DONE SON
Wm. J. Oeronlmo and Mother of Mrs. of Mr and Mrs. Edwin Lopg of
Richard of Neva U.US. Speech StudentsTo S. Flngler at"Enthusiastic 6IUER PALM DRIVE-ONE MILK WEST OF C. 8. I aleo4
Fucha. They will be accompanied Is Buried in Kissimmee Pupil King Cooper N Kreme Ave Ilom \
by Mr Prldgen, Mrs. School will compete against Fair- Go on Air Saturday golfer the Rise. Phone $Itl-W
Lehman and Mr*. Ceronlmo. Mrs. H. E. Phay, 08, mother of lawn School of Miami I In the Miami brook enjoyed playing the course 1
At the meeting of the local club Mr*. E. A Roberta ot Homestead ; Herald quit-down to be.I Member of Homestead] High throughout the county and they __ . _ _. _ _. __._- _.--
Wednesday In parkway. Restaurant died Mar 24 at her home In heard from 10 to 10:30: Saturday School speech clans will be heardIn had much praise for the Homestead *

entertainment war providedby Immee after a long Illness. morning over Radio Station. debate over Radio Station greens," aid Mr Long yes
a group of student from Red- was Friday afternoon In. KIII.I WQAM i WGRS at (:SO Saturday right terday. like many other visitor
Cemetery. The discussion will be on whether to Key West, they had passed
land High,School, headed, Tom A chorus from the local school
Royal, Jr. at master of Ceremonies Mr. Phi,, who had been will ting "Red Hibiscus" and a speech course should) be a required through the town but had never
Tommy spieled off joke health for a number of year. SariU Lucia" during the Intermission or an elective subject I before left the highway to explore -
and patter worthy of a profeilonal failed to rally from a stroke suffered Arguing that the course shouldbe the rich and beautiful Red- ,
He presented Bill Rice In Mar IT Mrs Roberta and The gull-down contestant will required will be Charlotte lands They did not know that
Crumpet solos, Barbara Cooper in small daughter, Tiny had goneto be AI Beard Robert Wolfrnbar Order Elvie Shores, Olin Wright Homestead boast I bay-front aoEL
piano solo and Barbara Harrison Klsslmmee to be at Mr*. and Teddy Lett Carol Helm, park nor had they any Idea that 1 tr''a 1 Y
Pat McGarrah, Sonya Petrow,,
get
bedside Mr. Roberts went
I and Diane In Phay Elsie Hartford, Jean Williams and the Minnesota bound truck
Lounsbury a "Honey
Bill Bradley and Coy Lou Gren
there for the funeral and plans Herbeit Blessing will hold that loaded with fresh vegetable had
. 1Jo, pantomime with word and nell Alternates are Ann Bethune,
furnished oldtimephonograph to go again/ Friday to accompanyhis the course should be elective been filled from the lush gardens
: by
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Jeremy Jordan and Betty Smith .eelho olid AUnlnu
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home
'record family Nadeano Ruehle will be moderator nearby. .
Mr. Phay had made her homeIn The choristers ire: first sopranos and Bernice Taylor Robeita "They will boost Homestead

Kisslmmee for the past SOyear Rose Marie McClung,I DeMello, Bill Musselwhite, Robert for many month to come and / A..r.oWI..W', ..
Geo.fellugh'lI}\ Father *. In addition to Mrs. Roberts Tallulah Webb, Gladys Ann Har Pyne and Keith Eaker will ask they will\ return again next winter _
rls. Ann Carol Roberta,I
she leaves: her husband H Bogner
questions for sunshine and
Dies in .turlington, Vt. two sons, Isabelle Gordon, Lou Sanders more perhaps tautells for
E. Phay of Kltslmmee; rri Ihoprlc*
Mr* Carl Field I.I teacher of a little land on which to .,
John E University of Sonny Craddock, Kenneth Taylor
Phay of
I build their dream house"
Geo A. McHugh, 77, died Tuesday the class
Mississippi and H E. Phay, Jr., and Bobby Barrett; second so-
of a heart attack In Burlington I an wood
of Klulmmee; two daughter, prs.no*-KMherlne Myers, Jean :.. ordlaory
Vt. Father of Ceo Me Mrs. Geo. C Daniels of Winter Dendy Kay Blehl, Sherrl! Lou Pontiac Engineers Solve ProblemOf
of Homestead and Mrs.Kendal
Hugh Garden and Mrs W C. Rupertof Horne, Kay MiUikln and Jackie. owal4so window I Ifo7 ,II
; Morton of Coral Cable,
Klulmmee and eight grandchildren Hargrave.
; Auto Interference with VideoVideo
MC McHugh Uslted here In the ...* ta Iko ....... District Kulol...l* M I
winter of Itia

Requiem Mas wa read by the Schools' Top Spellers Pontiac, Mich. Mar. 11-Television distortion ---- W. C. BASS & SONS "

,Rev Paul E. Manning In Sacred Word Received of Death Will Vie in Miami Hoc fan can thank Pontiac It your television screen refeialni I ,4Epmor. Dr and NewUn al ... 741-M-4 1
J (Heart Church on Wednesday Of L. I D. Wyman in Ohio Motor Division engineer for .n I clear when a car drivel L ,
morning simultaneously withservices Top speller at Homestead and far, know PonUac.
innovation which will improve 'ou'll Ul a i.i '
In Burlington BurIal took hereof Redland and elementary u.u ...._ _ _ uu _
Word has been received Junior high Idea when!, subject! to automotive 1 1ft r
place In Middlebury, VU Mil McT the death last October of L. D school were chosen the J t ", .'.,. ?, n.r Ira S '
.l'Wr{ !: tW: tM v t nrreYd "a'f
Hugh birthplace ..*"'to' in" tha. Miami f cajnPo t.
W1I au.; 'Medina,1 a MflWj compete m a i ntF l r en p11 IS 1'\.11.. .
In addition 't3 Geo. N McHugh man and his wife who survives Herald spelling bee on Apr 15 nears are video enthusiast theY .1 "
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and Mrs. Morton who formerly him, lived at their grove home on Homestead winners and runner were aware that electrical Impulses ) B. Bird Motor Co. Announces '
Preston
mad her home here, Mr. McHugh the old Dixie Highway north cf UP are Mary Sheaui and Mar) from spark plugs, coil, .. . ,
leave another son and daughter Epmore dry until they moved to Ann Lewis of the 'Junior high distributor and their connecting

and nine grandchildren Medina two year ago grades and Ann Bethune and wires may Interfere with tel vl- t l

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Social Events in South Dade a u a BM and ProfeMlaiul. WovMM'a' ,. E. J. Dyel gave a d NMt' have* meat of ..... and III... UW
Club 'heard Or. r P. Archer" Jr., spent
party bride* rueerf. ** at her .home,
Homedeed optometrM. tpeak on Purple delphinium yellow Irt
41 N. E Bfhth it, In honor of] ,
the Cranahaw method of improving and other spring flowers were
EVELYN GUTIIRIK: SELECTS APRIL 17 YOVTII DANCE MET TONIGHT SOUTHERN COLLEGE KXIIIIHT IS FEATUREOF sight' used In Mvy training( MM. Thomas Fern and Mn. used for decoration. of the room" *.
I IN CATHOUO CLVmiOCSK during the wear. Mrs Archer I i. Henry Ntlch of Springfield\ fit, Five table were In play.of .
FOR MARRIAGE TO ELROY JAMES HOAK ART CLUB MEETING\ AT IIROWN HOMEAn studying, the method now and

A dance fop young people ol f upon completion of the oaurae. ,will
Sunday, Apr. IT ll the data' of County Agent COM. H. Stef( the Redland Diitrlct will be held exhibit from the art department ._' made eakw Iced In floral dealgn apeelalia here In eight training' GEORGE NAYIOU TELLS HOMESTEAD) CLUB
thown for the wedding of Mia* fanl. tonight In Sacred Heart club of Southern College WM Present bealde those claaae for children, he add. II IIOf' '
named
Evelyn Quthrl. daughter/ of Mr. The future. bridegroom baa houie under the chairmanship ol enjoyed by Humactead Art Club were Mr. and Mn. Frank AnderKM Dr. Archer wa introduced .by WORK OF CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY
I end Mr. Julian Montgomery made hit home here for the put Jimmie Winter Musk will be members and guests Monday Mr. Hubert HeWerman" Mr. Mrs Me Will,, public health
Culhrle of Redland rd, to Elroy two yn. He le aieorlated with furnished by Wynn'f Musical evening at a meeting told at the Maud E. Chandler Mr J. T. ttMcBroy nurse who had charge of the Work of the, *HrthH.m, Hometteed Tuesday night by

James Hook ot Homestead, wnf Wilson Conetructlon Co. Raaeals. home of Mr. and Mr R B Mr. Ralph Klngman,,' program. I branch of the Children' Horn George Nayter. society official.He ..
Mr._and Mr*. J, H. task titew Brown Floral I decoratlonathrouh.' The meeting! wa held at the
Mr. Lena Link, Mr Sarah Hoe.triter -i of Florida outlined Introduced Mn. I: X.PacetU .
Society was wu by
home
Kensington, me MV. out the of Mn John Balf who
room
FORT LAUDERDALE CEREMONY UNITES mere mass, beautiful Mr. A. W. ?John, Mr* E
John II Whitt will read the wedding , bouquets from the Drown served coca cola and cookie. for members of the Woman' Club club welfare chairman
B. Blackburn Mn. Chris Peteram -
vows" at sag: In the afternoon JIKS.\ ANN STEWART AND JAS, I. COKER roe garden I Mn Herbert Wood Mr. T. and member Clf the home' kdvlory -
In rim/ Baptist Church of Home-
Stead After the Mrs A. Frank Webb spoke on D. Smith Mia Lou Campbell. MRS. IIIPPB INSTALLED PRESIDENTBY ; > board.
a reception
will be held ceremony at the Quthrle Honeymooning through Florida aorle* and a Peace rose corsage early French painting Mrs. Ben Miss Betty Mohn, Mn. Brown I WOMEN I Plans were made for Initiation .
CHURCH
&borne I this week are Jump L Coker of Mr*. Coker, who has lived In Archer conducted a study of an Mr. Webb and Mr Archers OF PRESBYTERIAN ( of Mr !dw. L. Krone mil
A move ot Miami the bride- Jew FMi and his bride the for I the Redland District It year, wa early French painting, Francot 'The next meeting will be held her new officer on Apr. 1$.
to-be has lived In homestead since I graduated from high school In aouet'a "Elizabeth of Austria," at S o'clock Apr. 29 at the home Mr Raymond Itlppe wed in* Mr*. Paul Hairy wu Inducted Member were asked to nuke
!her family moved here four mrr Mr. Ann Stewart of South New Era, Ga. and directed itudy also of Nleh- of Mr, Frank Hauimin. I tailed president of the Womenof (I historian, Mr. J Lee Smith! reicivaUona with Mr. Ovid Bui-
yeariMO.
She was graduated from AIIDpaltah Oorden. Mr Coker ha* lived In or near' olas MOM "Grace Before Meat"to Homeiteid Presbyterian pastor' aid; and Mr*. C. F. Robinson liven for the installation banquet.\
Itedland High School where he The marriage wa performed Homestead line 121. For many conclude the club'. atudy of FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN Church by the Rev Frank L. and Mr.. Vaughn Tunnell! Coca Cola and home-nude
was a member of Beta Club, school Mar. JS In the courthouse In Fort yearf he served In the fire department 1 the "Little Dutchmen." FOR MISS BETTY FILLER Livery, pastor, on Mar. 14. Also at chairman, respectively, of Circle brownie were nerved by Mr*.
honor Society, and a member of Lauderdale by Judge Boyd H. and on the police Mr*. W B. Cave gave a ketch A farewell party for Mill Betty Inducted Into officer were. Mr. One and Two. Parettl to the 30 persons present
the student council during her Anderson and during the war he of the life and work of George 3eo. Bethel, vlce-preildent, Mr*. -- -
Fuller, who left yesterday for her
the hore patrol of the U. S. loree'l Inneii, modern! American John( H. Hale, secretary: and Mr* -
junior and senior )'..rt. At present The bride wore a shell pink painter home in Ohio, was given b,
she li employed In the office, French crepe dress white acre*. II* now asps In the who spent much time In Tarpon friend Tuesday evening at the D. A. Blue, treasurer. I ; .
of the Jew Fish. flihlntf Spring. Mr*. Ralph Done, president l- home of Earl Lee Secretaries assuming office 1- When in need call on use
wnesbhl.; parent, Mr, and preilded.Mr were: Mr Ella DeYoung spiritual .
LILLIAN! ANCELINI AND JOHN CALAUTTI Mr. W, D. Coker Brown, Mrs txinnle hood Present, In addition to the hon lire; Mn. D. P. Blake, Jr., foreign
I COMPLIMENTED>> AT PRENUPTIAL SHOWER The newly-wed plan to return and Mr*. Cave hostesses, served or lueit"and the holt were' MIIII million; Mr*. James Harris, home
to their South Allapattah Gardenshome I pink and green refreshment Peggy Byrd Mia Vera-Mne Andcraon missions; Mn. R. Y. Burr, rell-
during. the weekend.A course lime sherbet and home Mill Bllllt Hammock, ,[loul education; Mr. E. J Norman I Homestead Loan Co.:
Miss Lillian Angellnl and her course of potato .salad assorted Mill Betty McLaughlin; Miss Christian education and
fiance, John Caliuttl were hon sandwiches, null, punch, Italian Wanda Smith, J. W. Routon ministerial relief; Mr. a Heath
red at a bridal shower Friday cookie and Ice cream I SURPRISE SHOWER GIVEN FOR MARTHA, I Theodore. Orfanede and Jim Holden, llleraturei Mn. R. J. 205 N. Krome Ave. Phone 113 .
evening In Sacred Heart" club Kitchen gifts fur the bride-to- NEW DAUGHTER OF MR.\ AND MRS. )tUFF Morris. Walnwrlght, social| activities; Mn.
kouae. Hostesses. were Mia Helen be were placed on a table beneath Bruno Schmidt, social IlrVlrej'; I
tchroeder Mia Cecilia Tomaul' a suspended pink and lavender -J PATRICIA ATKINSON and Mrs C V. lummer.. synod Collateral Loaits-$50.00 to $300.00
and Miss Vera Troxell. parasol The future. bridegroom A surprise shower for little Whitaker, Mr*. Olin Wright\, Mr. GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTYIn and presbytery home million
Martha Ruff adopted infant W. C. Carmichael and Mr. W. M I
Rackets of pink gladioli and wa given a lOCk shower honor Of the thirteenth
After the of the daughter of Mr and Mn, F. Bradley
pink and orchid streamers were presentation birthday anniversary of Patrick
.. used for decoration The lint gifts, dancing was enjoyed by the A, Ruff we given Friday evening CAVES Atkinson, Jo Ann Hardln gave I
at the Ruff home Mr. HONORS
by MRS W. A
In the refreshment
mere repeated guests a surprise party Saturday nigh
Lewis Tale and Mn. Fred Ku MRS. WALTER MILLER at the Hardln home on Biscayne I For (the greater convenience

fetch The hostesses brought ar Mr*. W. B. Cave entertained dr. Game were played and fruit of customers have
JOHNNIE IIOKNE GIVES BUFFET SUPPERAS rangementa ot spring flowers for our we
I' Saturday with a luncheon In honor compote end birthday cake were
decoration of the and
room
FAREWELL FOR JOHN WAINWRIGHT of her lerved.!
served crullers and ref fee, aunt, MrL Walter C
Miller, who I.I returning! to her The others present were. Bar Y '.
Mlai Johnnie Home entertainedMr Mill Carmello Bommarlto, Miss Gift were prevented to the baby home In Grundy Center la, aftepending bora Marks, Ann Loll, Sarah Lee A Presser
for Kay Browning, Miss Mabel Oo- by Mrs. Will Muuelwhlte, Mrs.John the w Inter In Miami.The Santo, Sandra Chlpley, Gene Simmons on Duty t
24 at a farewell party I R. Grave Mn. Lou I* Al Warren Grave, John CJewelry
other Mn
guests were
John Walnwrlgbt whose parent, met, Ervln Hapiburg, James Har bury, Mr. Mattie J. Livingston, Strohm Fred Llnke and Charles
,
Addle Allen and Mr Billle Over
I' rli. Rocky Sincere, Allen Left,
Mr. and Mr*. O. H. Wainwright Dirk, Smith Jack Polk Raymond Mr. Alfred, Mn Diehl Paul Mr Loiner.* FletcherBr.nt Mr. man of Miami, Mn. Jennie Stuh l Brown. I Until 6:30: P.M. Saturdays
moved to Miami Saturday I Pierre, Jack and Jim Morris, Jimmy of Coral Gables and Mr. Sarah Afterward, the girl were
A old course auorted sandwiches Walton, Calvin Waldron Kenneth Prescott Wood and Mn. Gordon Hoatetter and Mr. Lena Link 01 guests of Jo Anne 1a dumber
Ice cream, cookie) and Saunders and Bill Home. W. lve,. Homestead party at the Hardln home
I Gift mere lent by MrL J. K
on punch the Home were eerved lawn buffet style loge T D. Pin IE HOSTESS Sec the new plastic, dust-proof and moiuture-
GARDEN CLUB
SITFER
Present besides, the honor TO PRECEDE PROGRAMA AUXILIARY BEINGS GIFTS TO DORCAS CLASS Repairing en proof garment-carrying and storage bags. Only l
guest and the hoitei were Mia FOR BABY MARTHA RIFF The Tccn-Aiicrs: : Mr*. T. D. Plche wa hostess to Premise I
Diane Kelllher, Mia Betty Jane program meeting will follow Mr*. Howard Seat wa named ef IlameaUad the Dorcai Class ot First Baptist Wallham, Elfin, Belays and 69c.
Althoute. Miss Sarah Mills Miss the basket upper of South Dad conductreia for the V. F. W Auxiliary Church on Mar. 23 at her home Other Nallenally Advertlned
Nancy Craddock, Miss Martha Garden Club Monday evening In at the meeting Friday evening are Invited to ice f on W. Avocado dr. After the bu.l' '
Over Miss Nadlne Pierce, Misses the garden center at Redland In Legion Hall. Plan war out new line of near session aha served Congealed WATCHES

Julie and Bernice Taylor, Miss Fruit and Spice Park The upper made for the dlalrlct meeting' |to Smart Wedge Mind, home made cookie and GIFT JEWELRY TRADE .IN9S DRY
Joyce Doter, MU Jean will be Julca.... ,., .. CLEANERSr
Hayes served at 6.30.JBriag : beheld here Apr. 0 and 10. orange -v' ' ..411 'r DIAMONDS b bs.
-'- -" After the meeting, the memberswent 'Strapt" Present were Mr*. C. V. Barnes
to the home of Mr. and Mr. 0 WHITE ,l tics T. E. Kirby, Mr*. C. B.hrI8I1anll'n. W. W. Severs, Manager
F. A Ruff where they presented Mr R E. Edward II. E. Arnaud '
girt to Mr. and Mn. Ruff adopted 0 BLACK Mr.*. J. R. Pope, Mr*. C. T. Harper E. Flnt AYe Homestead t :
Infant daughter, Martha. 0 MULTICOLOR Mr*. D. H. Delllnger, Mr II 8, Kreme Ave j
gal Present were Mr. Joel J. Rob. S. A. Turner and Mrs H. J. .'
c ade Insert Mr*. H. P. Rutherford, Mrs, $.1.50 and $3.95 Dnvi*. ,
Lena Link, Mr. Jay Cauiey, Mr. The group will hold Its next
Erie Bridge, Mr*. Fred Link, meeting at the home of Mr S. !
Mr*. Ben Zelman, Mr S. W. Grit- F. Keen!

fin, Mr. Delma Rhode and Mr. ,4IlJtqy nediandhome sfi&jft.
James C. Vann, The DemonMra-
Ion Club will meet Friday\ Apr.
YOUNG BAPTIST WOMEN 6 I In the Lion Den.

ATTEND CHURCH CAMP Itt s. Kreme A.e.1I0)IESTEA,
Mr and Mn Carl Spier ot
Five member of the YoungWoman' I D oral) Gable were dinner guentiMar.
Auxiliary of First Bnp- . 24 of Mr and Mrs. C. V.
lilt Church of Homeitead returned I larn.LHope's
Sunday afternoon after .
attending a weekend Y. W. A. II
ramp at Camp Rotary at Lake
land In the party were' Mitt Betty
McLaughlin, young people' youth "Bondarized" Steel A
worker Miss Wanda
Smash, Mini
.. Billle Hammock Min Betty Ful. I
ton and Miss Vera Mae Anderson Casement WindowsW. "

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Little Susie Diane Jelly whe M of Mr and ..... Lisa .la see 1 Hi in Hind OlM C-OlM for dust IPwykh. imewtt -ulotltg. I "i t

weighed three .potsnde whoa .barn euparattng from chtekenpoB.BUI ab papers W* te e.el. saah shading to black. WeighsIba. .IIM,..
to Mr. and M.... Henry Jolly .. I Using. sad! (.iMln. of .u types Ust seen Mar. U. PIMM M**.'
In and GroundHomestead Princeton on Feb 27, was ralaaasd \ Clark, who .has Mea .....-I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ml N Kramst. Phone IT* Walter Rente at Hssurtaad i
from hospital care Sunday .lag the grid hesMaM hea wtth 474-M-t, Richard rd. .bXsxsuOaceut :.
when she. attained a weight. of his parents Mr. and Mrs WM. C /out.* AUtpattah OMf M Maoras Palm and MMMMT h
awe .pounds and t* ounaas. Tne Clark eafwvti. la retae .Sunday r 1 Sea lice.Cemetery of HMM vgMst. .... delvi ('1))
baby had apeat one ..uek In Jackson lo gradate school at Duke On. Ing tend. ft-roan ........*. kmt I
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Memorial Hoapli I.ftCI the varsity where be .to working to* .U..U.UhU.U.Uh..U. etc. on paved "hl"hwur,, IU Mttea MANI POCKtTBOOK' with
rest of the time In James Archer wards. PhJX. degree ta duttoalpsychology. HANO. eel, of Frtneeton an C.newest Pakn ,.
be .
OM seen at a MsMay. pIM HoanM. Brd. WM.IL .
Smith Hospital where she was Drive Price IM.060. t..... Phone
& MausoleumWoodlawn night to OddMtowi' Turner Homacs 4 Bi t I
Mr. H-J-S.
bom. Hell.aI4) Mahoney
M C E. BulUrd mat wiled' U ) Boa m. Ph. 580-J.l. (al) 1
I/In./ Henry Cmtdson of Red- Within the next two weeks, Dr Park Cemetery- -- ---
v... ... Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mahon oSan Albany Oa. on Monday by the '17 0LD $LX. 1doa. eextlealme j
ford
and Lewistown, P and Mn t.. f. Archer Jr, planto Illness of her mother, Mrs. Emma IMO & W. Sib StMiami Beawn mar mii with hotter
Gabriel Cat, are announcingthe heUesl and11har.. '
arrived Wednesday night to complete I move Worn Miami to make MhWl Fratier. White there,, aha will be Phone 6TESA 1Ni60PIt.304.11.4. 100 ACRES tomsto and petato weight about 700 Iba. M. J. I IOtmtt
( purchase of the KiU house their home here In the Loaner Mar.birth 17.of M.a .Ion.. McMahon John ii the a henna guest of her brother-in- wide selection ot *.-.*,., Iota (pal l) land $" .000. Terms. John I aw N. W. Ith ave. nee
i I at 1004 N Krome ave. and topurehaw apartments.Mrs. on '. and Mra. T .t moderate prices available from ward. (pal) I'
law and aisiter
I other properly here and former Mies Marjorle) Conner large uaeold cemetery acreage.Canunwlty Canopy far Chevrolet pick-up.. M. Drown. Naranjs Phone
t on the Keys During her slay berehe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. M. Shadrkk mausoleum o( 2,11Cryptg Electric battery with I compartments Hl-J-X al J
a W Steveneon Is vlaltlng ( ")
I ( li a house-gueit of Mr. andMrs. Conner Of Homestead end ak_ for 100 chickens cad
J. Metre bad
relatives .
la Chicago.! Mr. and Mrs. C
3IISCELLANEUUS
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y" 1. Ralph Smith. Mr. and Monday Rex Andrewsand W. H. Douglas, Epmore and lied.
Mrs. Crewdson, who have ill House guests of Mr. end Mrs SS guests Mot (p-el) _
who con
Powers are f

.' Krome crown COM ave., place plan to11III ai s winter their ot Mr Manchester and'' Mrs.Tenn Ooodloe, were Warden HOUR 0.Morris W. Calkins Calkins are of Glendale Mr. and, Cal.Mrs\ hected John with the American! Bell FOR RENT I FARMALL TRACTOR and 10- Lot 11x138 N. K.. 11th st. Homes RADIO REPAIR-21 years experience .1 i

'f" home. Mrs. Smith was the broker' guests /tail week of Mrs. Maud and Mrs Nettle So*It and Mrs. Telephone Co In Atlanta Sunday die narrow, perfect condni&f stead. Ph. 1" & .(mllU) In radio repair, all 1\ 'j
home Mr t and t furnished kitchen
.. IB the Katy duaL Chandler, Mrs Warden's mother Jennie Oliver of Topeka, Kan guests at their were .. room See Julius ROM, old Peacock\ NEW makes at your service. You 1 bring l I! ,
In addition Mr. and Mn. Warden and Mrs. Paul Wiley ot Miami. etU cottages. Bummer or yearly I-BEDROOM CDS HOME ..
Mrs. Sowle and Mrs. Oliver aresisters Lodge. Redland. (pt) 'am In we get ayes out. .oaa1 '
rental rates, ttedland. Court 4 mlN. TILE BATH PORCH IJ'
Sunday guests at the Chandler good small be
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Calkins.Mrs.
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of Morris
... of H.tNCI.... U. 8, 1. PhU4R. location, price S8T&O. terms See
Dr and 101. K I. Graham of home were Mrs. Grace McKinney r home In a few IIIInu..... ROBERTJ. ,
i. Tthokee are announcing the birth Mias Carol Goldberg. and (pal) ECIIOE: JORDAN "'I. broker W. BROOKS, Caves Ave, Just I :
01. __.pound daughter, Mary Bummers Warden, all of Miami.Mrs. . Herman 'Heinlein has had Specials Kings Highway, ph. TJ, (mSS) north of palm Drive Florida t
r Melinda, born on Mar 16. Mn.Graham's flu at her home on Coconut Palm COOU ,comfortable cottage ITIN. |(
mother, Mrs. Caiiper I Dells Robinson and Mr. dr. Mr. Helnlcln la out again after ... 4th it (a.1)r ) New CBS house U N. W. 17th sLoff city (pal) ) i'I

Williams ot Modello who has been find Mrs. Unreal Robinson and being IlL MAKE SCaVICEImmediate SMALL APTS., 1 bedrooms Drepfreeea FUer Samples Krome ave. Two bedrooms, TYPEWRITER JONES All \
visiting them'li expected to return baby daughter Cindy Lou all oMokena all tile bath Ule kitchen, porches, makes of machines bought sold I I
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home thU week-end. III?, were week-end Miss Dorothea Turner daughterof I F.. n.. ..... IIM.M express cathedral living room, and repaired Ph. Ill-It. Box 134, '
I guenta of Mr. and- Mn. Rene Mr. and Mrs. Wnv H, Turner Service (-ROOM modern house. Silver 1141.MI ".500 canh $40 per month on Homestead. (fJStf) I'
has been IU of flu this week al balance. Dr C. T. Roblnaon, Ph
Mri. Frances L Chandler ot Culndon Palm dr. between RedUnd and l lI.
her home on Silver Palm dr, .. ." M7-W. (gJU) Grove mowing, Carl Ri
Denver and daughter, Linda\ will Richard rd. UnfurnlMbed. 170 ra. ft ate! "'I. 'II' Cndlich
fly home Sunday after a one-week Mn Ellrtalth Rankin has returned Reasonable Prices month Pawn' 6110o"". (paUl>)> 111I." Don ..'11. Homestead (old
Vtsll her with Mrs, Chandler'iparents to Media, 0., after visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Roth of Letchworlh place, Kings hwy)
here since December: with her Dayton 0., have been spending BEAUTIFUL 101K're'Ol'ado (Mtf)
I ROOM furnished bout. Ph.
Mr. and Mrs E A. several weeks visiting In Miami Used treadle Hewing grove; I.yr.-old) trees CJlOI IVARJETIES.OO
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daughter, Mrs. W. I{ Woods. Workmanship; ;
Froscher, and Mr. and Mrs Quality 53-W.. (allf\ )
Hilssbeck ot Miami. Dewey and In Homestead at the home of Machine. least eamlUlea, . !|. I FLOOll SANDING and FIN ISI I.. .
Mrs F J. Loltlch returned Mr. Roth's brother-ln-lsw and Downstairs apt. for 1 per ona. 111 a e INO, Install oak and pin floors, I
Monday from- Hkkson Tenn., sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Cap- .. private. entrance, gas Move J. Completely equipped STORE; asphalt and rubber tile, linoleum '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snow of where she had been visiting with linger of 145 N. W Third st ENGINE: OVCTHAVL L. Ballard lit house W. of Sea- RENT ONLY 'SS per month. Day ph III-W nights lIT.... I
Florid City plan!: to leave today her aon-ln-av,and daughter, Mr board on W. Avocado dr. (mlSlf) Free sewing Instrwtlonaevery Owner rlalrns gross of 112,000
' for their summer home in North and 101.... Irving Reedy, and their Mrs Robert DeMello Is visiting O Friday by farlerrlraiiw4 annually\ Owner sacrificing at WE DO reliable watch repairing.
Branford, Conn. < new son, 'James Henry. relatives In Pompano MOTOR o TWI-tTP Apt 2 bedrooms, bath, kitchen lantmrtor.Harris $8.000 which Includes wslk-ln Woods Jewelry, McCrory Ar
gas stove, rrlgldalre. Ph. 681114. refrigerator md all stock and cade. (.Utl)
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mikell of FRONT END ALIGNMENT . a a e
Miami are parents of a even- IF YOU HAVE anything to aril ;
ReCrbtt'rationCompany
pound aeven-ounce son born on PAINTINGBODY o For rent: Upstairs apartment for 2 acres on Kedland Road or U '.for need anything. visit

Mar. 15. Mn. Mikell Is the former o .1r. I" Mn. Luis Filch, Ph. CLOSE.IN-ONLY. . .160000., the Swap Shop. W* buy II'II Utressei ,
IS Aif Miss Elnlne Craves of Home' AND FENDEft ( (mlltf)1 I In good condltlen, doves
WHAT stead. REPAIR 141 N. Aroma thaw US 10 acres adjoining Homestead I Ice boxes, eta The Swap Shop,
t-room upstairs apartment Airport A BARGAIN at 21T a Flngler Ave. Homestead.
o Ftlgidalre, summer rate. .h..1 SO.DOO.SI \
Phone 66'NEW
11 M. E. Kelly, member of the SEAT conllvrnOUtDlNO stain porch apartment . . .

faculty of University of Georgia, o Maud Chandler Sliver acres on U, 8 No. t with !
has been spending the spring west ot Tennessee rd (mitt): International tractor Super A. 410 feet frontage-bleared and 'I'I ROOFS AND
holidays st the home of Mr. and
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n !Uf' attachments\ : new. Used only ready to develop" $11,500. ROOF REPAIRS
Mrs W. O. Talbott of Perrlne. UNDERCOATTNGPORCELAINUUNOj . . .
Small cabin, I rooms completely few days a A. Michaels, Per- I
e furnished, hot and cold water, ISO tine Hi mL E ,on Richmond rdmlttt. NICE new -bedroom home Ron roofing, gravel I. shinglesIlls
Mrs. J. IL Nods of Key West a month. On Redland rd., Rt. 1,1 ( ) near HIGHWAY at Goulds, on I and metal roots installed. 1 ...
Is spending a few days In Homestead o Pox in. ()18lf) ). 1 acre. A BARGAIN at $4,0001 Guaranteed workmanship by UK r
as a rum of Mrs. M. P. LUBRICATIONGENERAL II ft CII ISCRAFT '47 model . . censed and Insured rooters j .

The function of the phtrmsdit is distinct! tr Wollam. O REPAIRS Jerry" Mowers. Call Doug at $2,250. See Radford, llomcitesdDsyfront FOR COMPLETE REAL FREE ESTIMATES ,
:
47. 130 N. W. Sth st (slOtt) Pork ESTATE SERVICE, See
sod set apart from that of the J'h1IKia... At Mr. and Mrs Eldon S. Dummlt o .47 Indian Chief MOTORCYCLE IUCHAIU FUCHSReglalerrd Box 366, Homestead '1
I have returned to their home In A COMPLETE BCMTERTOBUMTER I new half-bag cement mixers.Pe. truck of
trained sod skilled lithe $350 or take pick-up Brokeror
pharmacists,we arc
Lexington Ky* after a visit herewith SERVICE 147, Itewtr-Crow. (m28tf) equal value In tratte.PULVERIrD John H. Hale Salesman Guaranty Roofing Co.Fho .
1 art compounding and dispensing medidoeiWt Mr. Dummlfs brother-m O .a ..a..., III..... '
See DII'M.mbera
BUDGET PLAN W DEglPJED : MUCK. sample Ph..1 or 7M-W P.O. lox
I art not qualified to diagnose vow Ills nor law and sister,.Mr. and Mrs John PAY AS YOU DIIYRWIECIEE FOR SALE at S. W. corner Sliver Palm
IL Whitt of Chamberof Floor Sanding and flnlshlnf.
e dr and Cooper rd. ;
t the aed1ca Vssc
to prescribe proper oo 1ERYICB Call J2IR4Lots Commerce Asphalt and rubber tUe. Phone (
and suffering commonly result from rsperimtoting with Mrs. F. U. Wells, superintendentof M: HIVES BEES, related supplies UWf'. _. (mchsif) ..
James Archer Smith Hospital, .sad, equipment Very reaaok.able. IS and'II Blk. It, Porvenlr.
various form self-medication.
I Go to tour physician first After a careful examination( Tolllns one-week served vacation In the hospital Mrs Tom dur- Bird Chevrolet Co. BABY TURKEYS J. C. Malone, McCrory Arcado, (mlStf) BOilSO, 27 N. W 4th et.. Home* drilling. Corner Krome are
and NE. IDUk Phont BM-w.
tie will tell you whether or not medicine will help. If he her absence. I Hslnlln dr Ph.. 694-J-3. (pal) dad Ph. Miami I-4I4S or see 1
hog Ford truck good tires,
117 N, Ereeaa A... 3D 1-ton owner at 1041 & Miami sve. t
gives you a prescription bring It to ul for expert com guests of Mrs. DMMMlMhijL fFlaVPaeae New Frlgidalre automatic washer excellent condition. A. C. Dep- Miami. JUtf) VFW EMPLOYMENT OFFIOI

.I! .... .- pounding. You will find our facilities and service adsquip Sunday Mr.Mr. and and Mrs. N perfect condition only used ut/ 10 N. W. 4th ave Ph. 140mlltf for members and emplC',....
D. Lyon were
Virgil
.. few months Price SKI. Mrs W. ( ) 0-room furnliihed liouae. lat Ave. Service free. Ovid Sullivan, employment .
of Flint, Mich, and
to every need. Allen Pickett O. Talbott Perrine ph. 2871. and 4U st. lit 271-W. (dll-tf) officer N. Krome and '
Mrs. J, D. Stuart of Crystal, Mich., 22 Years WithChevrolet (pal) HARDEN-Hauling, landscaping, Bth st. Phone lisa \,
who are spending the season In topsoil potting soil sand rock i

HOWARD JOHNSON, fh. O. lollywood.. Ronald Lyon young Fall Splndrler washing machine, flU. Ph. 243-It Write Rt. :3, Uox nen). Warren Morris

....................-.............. good working condlllun $33. ".A. Homestead WANTEWant
loa box, Itrgliitered Real Eitsle Broker
AIM 100-lb. Coolerator
Glades availableat !
Prescription ShopAIR JAMES AlClfk SMITH $30. Dodd Radio & Appliance, 207 BEAUTIFUL all times.ORCHIDS Homestead Floral til ft Kre- Ave.
HOSPITAL NEWSa.n..muu..n.no.uo..o. N. Krome Ave. (.1)) Experienced: wsitnaimmediately
CONDITIONED 1 and Gift Shoppe, 122 N.W. 4th st, Phone 111
GOOD WATER PUMP with U cor. 2nd ave. (altf) Post Restaurant, Sumlnole Trading
(rn25..1)RUMMAOE )
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bailey h. p. electric motor 42-gnl CONCRETE BLOCKS, all sizes

.ot Homestead are parents of a tank. $50, Dot 303, Redland alf rd.I Brace's Block Co, Naranjs Fla. LOST OR STRAYED of every ..and-
AnnouncingREMOVAL daughter born Mar 1In James ( ) Phone 172.FLOOR clothes, shoes toys, bangers
I Archer Smith Hospital I SIC, to be sold for local "hospital's
I' A daughter was born to Mr. Try Us When You NeedA SANDING and FINISHING Loit or strayed -. Part-Persian benefit Will pick up at donor'sconvenience.

and Mrs. R. C. Crawford of Haircut or .W" :J..I Install oak and pine floorsasphalt female answering to name of Mrs, John Reed, 137
Qouldi on Mar. 27. and rubber tile, linoleum. Outhets Louks like raccoon with, N. Krome, Ph. 81.
On Mar 20, Mr. and Mrs. Cle- Shave Day ph. Bll-Wj nights 117-W

: burne Oiborne became the parents I
of offices front 62 West of a daughter.A n.lma _.__ ,.. I
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: Flagler St, MiamiTo76IN.W.I3thAve.\ son was born to Mr. and Mrs Shan MeShaaapea
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D. H. Oelllnger Jr, of Homestead I
.. Rhodes'Garage
on Mar. 11. (Medicated) I."

Medical patients this week Included Facial Pack __ __ 754Maeaata
N. K. Mk IT. aM Lot ATKOapostU
: Mrs. Virginia Houser, (plaja) WeCaubmatle
'Garner Mrs. KiteKnighten ( Chawber ef .Camaeree BU*.)
Miami, Phone 3-5982 frs. Mary I Facial -__ ,..
Roland H. Worley,
Dick Klnard Oeo. Hanson John Tank ____ lit ADTO TRUCK TRACTOR REPAIRING

tlchlngs, Wm. Rlchey and baby MasUehe Trim __ lasBlumyee A
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K._ WeAmaaaklp Q.ara.tee<
.- G. A. CRAWSHAW Villlam Coppage of Homestead (Skis. ) _, litBUSH'S.
Mrs Helen Boyna of Islarnorado,
Ertle Harris of Tavernler and Bert Phone 9113 (Night, 145.31)NO )

) Civil Engineering Surveying; Shepherd of Florida City JOB TOO SMALL .. .. NO JOB TOO BID
Surgery patients were George .
Morton and Floyd Hardln oflomettead.

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Oft', City Hale

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Galvanized and Black Pipes All Sizes up to 6" DistributorIn
With Our LumberIt's Florida City Press
o Bathtubs Toilets Basins \ the Redland'District

Sinks O Water Heaters

Gas, Electric Pumps>> For: the safest and cheapest to the long: run.

Tanks Valves Fitting; Royal Typewriters Strong sturdy timber makes strong support for ',.,. ::: ::=;; -=' ,

Soil Pipe and Fittings, AH Sizes up to 10" AUen-Wales Adding Machines '
roar home-your walls, your floors, your beams, "
GENERAL .
Security Steel Flies and Desks ELECTRICSALES
TOILET SPECIALS WATER: Pits MarchantCalculators and anywhere else where quality wood Is needed.

Iut IlI'EClAL AND SERVICE

(Lens Sect) ,,"1e.. It".Ile 1".15. AS New MacaWs ..1 Tear Gaaraaiea.

We Have Rverrthlag for the Offlea Radio and Appliance Repairs

WIIAT DO YOU NEED IN PLUMBING? W. D. Home' Co. Inc. LICENSED and INSURED ,

Come Down Our Way H.este dice( s."Iy CONTRACTOR I


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370 South Dixie Highway-Miami Jlabber' ..... JtbPrtatlag 11 N. Krome Area Phone 277

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Page HOMESTEAD LEADLR-ENTERPRISE .' Friday, April 1, 1949DICK'S
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QUINTET Tom Varntdoe Aitiijired. tt Mr. M ndefe>n InjuredIn Meek TM MeekA -red around to It next morning,
New K-F Traveler" Is Two Cars In O .
To Anti-tub Dettreyer I eI Leader over .here for a read the flrat' line of lettering :
Accident Due to Bee fee week. and inevitably feeling a placard he discovered In iti I

WINS GOLD BALLCAGERS' Great Lake III Mar 31- Mm S Mendelaon Is hoipltal- financial train, wee advlaed -to window BRtAKrABT: 7:48 to
Thomas! K \ ,0 i ,nine, chief inachlniat l/ed! bcfuuM of an arm fracture try braakfaat at a certain 11:DO'--and hurried right on. I J
'* m"i I ISIS.: >on> of T. TVarnado b and biulse received Tuesday ehrafrVi. near hIs hoteL He hur The New Yorker Ex.r7flQIY7P .
CROWN\
of HI>mtMi'ad, her been when' her mr overturned on Felix
assigned t II> Uu n,1flnt antisubmarine Parkway ,m North Kendall not
Die KB Drive In won the Gold wuil,/lot' luilroyer. the. far from her home '
UBb Eppeiwin; shall' wa com- J
Bull basketball title Tuesday nlMlim / AlY
G A bee In the mr caused Mrs.,
mlMlonod Ma IB at Boston
it defeated Harry Gould a Mendelson to huerve slightly ;
The Eppe,"0'1' I II fitted with the( *It
quintet in a tinlinf gents at Ml- from the road and to strike the, ;
moil modem equipment yet dcvlaed ,
amt Jackson gym. stump of tree recently sawed
for use In the navy's new
With a 11-11 edge It the end IIIU- vblllllrine warfare program.RATTLERS' off by mad crew. ,
or the tint quarter, the/ Municipal Mr Mendelson, proprietor of
League champion parlayed I Als Dootery in Homestead, reports j
11-13 halftlme teed Into a eII-ll SHADE that the oar I Packard YOURNEWe,
victory over Oould'i In the A sedan, was wrecked.
dhiiUon final Paced by Lott ; .
Dick ran wild to the third quartet MIAMI JACKSON I -
to More U point Lull led: -

(the victor with 21 point, and Ten home runt helped Rodland MilllflTwCUT KITCHEN
Itoper Bishop and Sullivan followed Diamondbacks clout out I T-I .
close behind with star performance victory over Miami Jackson Tue. ,

*. day afternoon on the Rattler j
On Monday night, Dli'k'l evened diamond. .
' 41 e trudge by a W-44 defeat of Central Right Field Jimmy )Hooker who /n4i3 )

Baptist which vanquished double a* pitcher, stored a !
the home quintet In the recent roimd-trlpper" in the first Inning I .
AAU tournament Bob Roper, UJ1.LU1'f
I with two men on base, Catcher d ,
Homestead High School scoring Roland Vernier hit the second
ace. paced the victor! with U home run In the sixth Inning with .
point"*, and Diihop was second the bases empty. t 1 i ; ,'iw iwk

with 11.Despite. Friday afternoon, holt Redland
t great last-quarter lost 6-3 ta Miami Edison, Chergy, r
rush by Stephen Motors, Dlck'i Edison pitcher, fanned 10 end
five put the game on Ice ,Saturday walked 12 of the Diamondbacks SOMETHING NEW In the ail_"'Ie lulrT la the"' riele"'pass :
I a.. ..... felradawed. fcy
Wing
will) a Icon of 52-44 Loll i The tattlers' will play Misml K.--I'ruw Lwseprkei'4Cahl.p.Juke, T* all\ .P........._ k k> a eomitlnnalr \
waa high man with 1J point and high the afternoon on the Red- I ..,...... ....w. Sat .... acM ewhloM' fold ewer and theids
Bishop wa second with 16 land rouit ate tech .*- to prey seer se mam than MO rube Q. What Is the name of Ibis cut efsnealT
......f eerg.apMi*..'keel tier.Is I I.! taw a*a rarrr-all,the"'Merhe"Ile .
a Muse. ala.atwncee hm ....... Taw ralaway...lmr stews A. These are short rile of beef.
hew law seal MuliloM awl Wad. l roar panels "' _Ioe.I Q. Where dor*'IhU rut tern from and I

Universal Huilt- Widow Run, Mich Mar II- The multi-purpose adaptabilityof broad rear window, Is hinged be* is II identified
Kalwr-Frazer Corp U Introducing the I I. the roof snff A, The short rib are cut from the
J JalousiesCustom I utility models gained I from open upward.
plate and rib section*ot beef and are ,
Wood- a new lower-prlced six-pass* from two major functional design With both panelt open and seat made by sawing hoes the ribs.They
eager automobile which,combines features'without sacrillc. of six- Cushion folded, a spacious cargo eonslst of layer of fat and lean, and O/a47J3tdeRi "
the carryall) feature, of I station passenger comfort and four-door are of 130 cubic feet is accessiblefor contain portion of the rib bones.
Aluminum wagon with the comforts and appearance -: sedsn styllnf easy loading Usually, they are cut In square, In A
of a de luxe Jour-door, ,One feature .is an Improved When the back east 1 I. In upright divi us1-alert arming pieces. ,
sedan, collapsible seat arrangement position, the car' seat six Q. How should (hi*cut be prepared?

Venetian Blind Storm Shutters Identified ** the Traveler, the which allowi the rear passenger passengers comfortably, and still A.Short ribs of hester,either braised
or cooked itw To
as a braise ,
model U one Ot two 1(49 Kaiser cushions to be folded away In 10 provide much greater cargo space dredge In Hour and brown on all them sides NOW to plait your own "dream kitchen"
Repairs Alterations New Buildings "utility" model designed tot the seconds to convert the car for than Is available in the largest of In hat fat Add a small amount of STA1I1' beautiful well-made Youngs town kitchen
one-car family whlch'neede'sup- cargo hauling four-door sedan trunks. liquid (water, tomato Jules, tomatoes unit .
*
plemental transportation for busi Th other feature new to the ,or other),cover tightly and cook
neal or recreational..use. auto Industry,, li the design of One Sunday the little daughter slowly until Under, about Hi hours ( place your sink with a gleaming, streamlined
To cook stew, follow
as a the
N. Priced well below standard station the rear of the car Instead of the of I great publisher came back procedure, but cover with liquid same, and Kitchenaider" with acid-resisting porcelain enameled -
George McHugh Contractor wagoni and! most convene single trunk lid of conventional\ I from Sunday school with en illustrated cook SK V to I Vt hours, Near the end top, dish and vegetable pray, well-planned
lionel sedans In'the 1231,1,-inch sedan, the Traveler ha two text card In her hand of the cooking time, vegetables may drawers and storage apses
wheelbase. class, the Traveler retails large hinged panels which enable "What that you have there, be added Either method produces a
BKCAYNE DRIVE TEL: IIUMLHTF.AD: "'.R little one?" asked her father. good homey meal that will more than lit create :your working space) will a continuous f
at the
factory for $2,083 The the owner to open the entire back
Vagabond : "Oh, just an ad about Heaven" satlafy family appetites sweep of table-top cabinets.Easy to install without
k luxury companion of the sedan from floor to rootThe I'
model styled for the 'estate longer section drops downward remodeling .

wagon" field Is' scheduled\ for 1.0. provide I tailgate. The Ill II III Use your wall space with spacious,convenient: cabi!
production later In the spring second panel, which Includes the COZY SHORT- RIB DINNER nets that match the other units and fit perfectly in "

any kitchen. ..'
,
1P Come: in today and look 'em over.

SeelalsEr .
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t HU&WARE lUllDING MATERIAL ;\(;
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rae ftatai Dressing
PHONE 2 HOMESTEAD.FLA.. n
Jar t eAm
Marvel Home Style Bread AnnQuart. Macaroni

lli, Ib. loaf .lIe. ... ,k,. I fur .._ ._.IVo
Del....., plain, t don. lid Campbell Tomato Soup

Angel food take, I a*. SOoIOCluck 10'a! Olio ran. _. . lee Delivered in Homestead
toffee, lib. bag f 1U Rajah Coconut, I ... bag I7e

White HeuM Milk, ,
S tall can* lilt Ann Page Ktrsw berrylYewrvm Overseas Transportation Co.
1 Ib. Jar.. ?_ >7eAm ,

Armour- Lard 1 Ib tin, lie l'ate I'tMh Preserves
I 1 Ito Jar ._..4lo Gautier Motor Sales f \
< Ib. rtn. -_.- .... .UNatley Sultana I'eanul ii ltl'r-- f4eka

01..., 1 Ito _. lie I Ib Jar 13o: _. .
Juicy' ef tier ribs. can take the pt..r"'ri' in-a eelY N..w- ,
Sunnrfleld Pancake Mix Ann I'age Scene wllh Pork England dinner. Brawn the tube of meal Aral In added fat If new Ii I
1 lb... a. .. . 1301 I Boston Style . ..ItoA&P 223 S. Flagler Ave. Phone 190 1 cry, the* em with liquid and reek until tender, about 1%. te SVihew Daily Freight Service JI
*. Near the end et the taking time,add cabbage wedges' and eartU -
and cook until lender. Bern the meat and vegetables en 1\platter. ,
reserving the good aneat gravy to pour ever teems

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Se ufn lr4 I blocks .*. ef traffic tight es Oldest Equipped Completely GroveCaretakers Other ;

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TELEmOVR Ne. 171
nvo snows DAILTI 'aDd' r M. I Saturdays continuous to 11 Po.... ANNIE i MAYHE,; FITZPATRICK I

SATURDAY and SUNDAY eon It...... S UU 11. Sunday continuous I to 11 pro. (
AdmlKloni, Adnltat Nlsht. 4Ik Matinee till ( p. met.) Slit Monday thru Fridays, showsat Redland Road between Avocado' and Blscsyne: ; Drive r. 0. BOX II

Children ender tea, hi lee .. twelve. lie. (Tu Included. ) T and 1 pJlSUL.M. \. Phone 365-W'

Pianoforte and Theory IIOMESTEAD. FLA.
Last Times Today: "Walk A Crooked Mile" ea* Aft. 3.LoRETTA ./ rheue n.a I
for Service
YOUNO, WILLIAMHOLDEN Violin Xylophon flano-AccordJon Pickup '
SATURDAY, Allr. l-Douhle Feature Program
ROBT. MITCHUM In .
JIM BANNON DON RCYUOLDS In, ,.. ; ; : Night Calls Phone Burton Attawajr No. 211-W t
'Rachel and the Stranger'' .1' Dr. Leonard W. llaskinGLASSES : ,
"HIDE, RYIER,1tIDE"Made I annnnnnlIncIlIII' '' '''''' ' '''''wn''' ''Iln,1"un"mnnninnnuuI''''' ''!'' ' ' '' ''' nnnn"ninnnnw"nnwnnn.e'' '' ' ew/tedM M tar gralaewsrattle

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(Rlp-roarlnt adventure with' t now thrlllinf Red Ryder, In color) TRIIo'W.... Aply I S 'I
And WILLIAM Miami Terminal 236 S. W. North
QARQAN, River Dr.
VIRQIN1A WELLES In : .
GARY GRANT, MYRNA LOYi : 1 Ill M. B. Its 8k, Miami, FU. i

DYNAMITE MELVIN DOUGLAS (n Dr. 'F. P. Archer Jr. I C.y1Wr Ale C.sJlbssd. 1 Phone 3-3615

SUNDAY(Reckless ponder monkey latmhlng at death for a woman' kill) "Mr.\ Ulandinfr Builds 1 5.........PHONE..........8-MIS:.............., f

red MONDAY April, a., OPTOMETRIST
LARAINK> DAY, KIRK( DOUGLAS, KEEN AN WYNN HELEN His Dream house"TtWe
WALKER hi .
-MV DEAR SECRETARY"The ; -Ff.' ATt 1-* Specializing. -.- '!. KxanlaatUa: el the Eye w4 Cesoplele I

JOHN HODIAK SYLVIA OpUeal rteeerlplUa Service, ( J( rw MltANGS IN 611E FrlOM ;
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( secrets: of a personal secretary. What really happen wb.nAdded a..g. LAROEliT'O 6M"-LESo T:
the boss 1* la conference) SYDNEY In MOON .NO eUN.tE .
"PUle ricnk.' Shert DAILY TVES. Tutu SAT" :M .. I.M 1thaTvt\
: Crtuot I United Artist SeWed
hiM Nem-a.' "Lotc!: From A Stranger \ 'l CIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY
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TUESDAY WEDNESDAY, 1 <
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HAYWORTK GLENN fORD In Roofing Types .,
-THte LOVES OF CHAS. STAaarrr
CARMENThe Solar Water Heaters

( most famous temptress, the most t romance, the "West of Sonoro" 1 Y
greatest love story In too Ivan Sheet Metal Work
Added TUT." CarUe. Also LOUIS HAYWARD JANET
I BLAIR InU1atk TURNERS FUNERAL Air Conditioning F
THI'RKDAY and rttUAT April| ,-, : CAM: "VOO GET
ERROl:, LYNN' OLIVIA dellAVILLAND, CLAUDE RAINS, Ul Arrow" TOP QUALITY" DfVOS Fan Ventilation ;
(Made In Techaicolor) ARTISTS; MATERIALS?

'ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD setw # w .- InsulationS
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(The World greatest adventure th* 1M'' treated thrill) sIi utoucAmlxkneeS <1.t 1"1"

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Leasing 8. *y .... MeaeUy, April It-Ill"A ..SwitSen) YMlMe Cremation I at Aragon ACeralOaMna._ 41151 j

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