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 22, 1949
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00657
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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HOMLSTtAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 199 Priee Cents :
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! Views Plans for Park{ Fruit noon Growers to Thirsty hail Rain Trees CRACK D01TOCURBFIRES' Opening Need for Hit Hall Points Stadium Out, BLANKENBECK ASKS DAMAGES .


Need' for I new stadium tt the
, Rainfall of IU Inches here on city ball field. was forcibly pointed :
Tuesday vat hailed a* a boon by nut. Wednesday Might ".beo FOR ALLEGED BEATING WHILE ;
avocado lime and mango growers fan turned out for the teaton**

Open Air Stage Lagoon Ball thirsty who tm have throughout been the watering drjr- opening* place softball.to alt game except and In founda their '

i' est pour winter was In expected 39 years.to The do dosm-email SEEN ON WAY I cart President or OB Ceo.the gran Shall, say The League old II INMATE OF HOMESTEAD JAIL

damage to the winter vegetable wooden bleacher hare been" torn
crop" which .Hearing the end dow, and the league to seeking

Field Courts-Orders Contract of harvesting. A little hall was MM person do not reaUte they to finance: a stew CDS structure Gift Tomatoes Net $2500 Suit for 1100.000 against tile
al Subtropical
Tuesday
I reported Experiment' Station but the fall .rt breaking the law when they for which. by U the too city hat An been Intensive underwritten For Baptist Youth Unit I city of Homestead Chief' of Polls

t"IlcbWd' match cigarette, W Frank and Policeman
was too alight for Injury drive for fund it "being sparkedby j t BranUey
Promise of two mango crops I I. cigar or ashes from an automobile, Mr. SkaU. Mon than IX&OO. ha been Donald Sullivan wa filed Time
f: seen as the tree have put on s chief Fir Warden Earl SemIngsM cleared from IS acne of tomatoes,
Representative of Arthur Tin* THE WEATHEKApr Mitchell defeated Horn (-I In day Id Dade County Circuit Court
gin of Karl K. Harvey to First
It log Davis, president of the ..Aluminum _ ., __[WEBB HEADS second bloom. of Everglade National the nip-end-tuck tilt which had Baptist Church for remodeling I 'by Arthur Blankenbeck.Blankenbeck. .
, ___ - no.- Park ask In i talk Monday night been postponed from Monday local .
Co. of America, presented Offer Summer of the former Leader-Enterprise: dairy workI
rn ii..1. war A* Camps night on account of rain
all. l to the South Dade Garden Club. building, acquired by the church: I
Mop suffered
to the Florid* City Council ( er, a broken arm on Jan,
Apr. 14 K M JI t lousing( to Non farmers .
'nlgjit: detailed, plan of nil IS .to 66 2Ut CAMPAIGN FORMEMBERSHIP Ytt this law has been on the for a youth center, Picked with T In a besting he allegedly reI -
Apr donated labor furnished by D IIDrUlnger. ..
proposed development of Bryan Apr II IT 66 2191 041 Quarter are available to nonagricultural statute' bail of Florida aloe JAMES M. SHAW\ D. II. tXllnger. It,I, paired' after ke' set fire te the bedding .
m worker at Redlam IMI_nd live of bus. cell In the Homestead
: K Edward* Memorial Park In em- Apr IT 17 M IMS cigarette Hub Virgil Sprinkle W. t hammock,, '
I Apr. 11 88 64 SIM 01 Center and South Dade farm labor continue to be the . ).".
change for a tile for a tractor greatest rouseof Lewi Callahan J. L. Hubbaid,
both only half filled due to NEW\ PRESIDENTOF In hit declaration Blankenbeckctalmt
(IApr. II. 14 65 3000 III camp ,
factory he .ill establish In Florida our grBM-wood tint, he R. N, Caldwell and Tommy Caldwell
the exodus of worker to summer' that tha city Homestead
Apr 20 .86 61 1005 00] .
the tomatnet Bold
mere at
City The council. In special. crop areas, announce Manager taid I was negligent hi continuing to
LIONS CLUB I Florida City State Farmen" market
session, ordered a contract drafted Frank Webb was appointed to B. A. Robert Upon notice tint With Everglade Fir Control employ" Bullltaa after the policeman
for presAUtlon! at the regulai; head membership drive for the season, the summer occupant District cracking down on enforcement ' 't conviction on Dec I"
netting next Tuesday night RENTAL BASISINCINERATOR Redland District Chamber of will be required to vacate the a* UM fire menace /amea M Shaw not elected\ Temporary remodeling of the t lde County Court of Crime en

The proposed recreation provision Commerce at a directors meeting quarter unless engaged .In farm spreads, however, the careless .aveetrtent. of the Redland District building I I. already under way, a charge of asaaultlng Art Me-
call Jor construction of: anelectricallylighted held Monday noon In Bamboo work. motoring smoker U liable to find Uons Club at the annual meeting reports the Rev John H. Whitt, Kea local swimming pool and
ogee air stage: Tavern. Moet of the farm worker went himself facing a fine of 1200 ..ndor /' Tuesday night The Rev Frank pastor A youth.asembly hall and trailer park manager while "r-
a lagoon to be excavated to a Prospect list will be made out from here to the Fort Pierce amt three months In JAIL Mora 1 L. Elvery was made first\ vice- tie class rooms are being partitioned Pee wa "In the custody and
depth of several feet below the' and assigned to worker chosen the Hastings areas to assist. In 0the lighted stub or match president Paul Leaner, second off on the south side with control" of the police departmentIn

water,table to prevent stagnation, by Mr Webb and hit committee. tomato and potato harvesting end doe not hare to taunt a fire for: vice-president, W, K. Rice. third an entrance to the outdoor rwraII'I'ftler an attached bin of pai-Uru.
a picnic shelter with tablet, Canvassing I* expected to begin ..11110 from there to Virginia. the Hipper thereof to be deemed' vlce-preeldenl.! T C. Klrby, treasurer ation At present, the beginners' , lira. the plaintiff lirt* his darn

benches and cooking fadllUesi\ a IS PROPOSED next week. guilty. ; It S, Jenner lion lamer: department to using the, ages a* follow:

regulation flood-lighted baseball The membership year hereto- AU on the garden club program -I Fwldlng A. Ruff, tall twister, and two front counts.Highway "Dr. Lngsn. Homestead,

field, complete with back: -Mop fore ha coincided with thoch.mber'1 TOMATOES BRING given In the garden center B Heath Holden. t H. Qaltoher' i Florida . .. ... ,tlOOOO
and two bleachers each seating fiscal which to of Rcdland Fruit Mark "1._ Archer Smith
year, and Spire Park and M H. Oallatln, director Signs
111 peraon court* for tennis. I Plans. for a city Incinerator and from Obt I to Sept '0. but several were L H. Oreer chief of the] Plank were made for representation Hospital' lush: .
badminton, shuffleboard TOTALAT Local Scenic Route
basketball an estimate of the coat of con month ago the membership $3,500,000 Dade County fire departmentand at the state. convention to be "Lrat of Earning, Alpine

,, croquet and other fames;, attuning! It will be submitted to due period ."' ss changed so that M. II Oallatln. soils held May 1-16 In St. Petersburg. Marker for the scenic route I Grove Dairy at Home.
hn for
and
'equipped playground the annual canvas for member FARM MARKETA : vatinoist mandated with It wa announced that J. J. through South Dad were steed FlorMa-6 weeks
mall children.A 'I Homestead by the Sid-Mae Incinerator could be started In April. when tropical Experiment eon""j Carney, Jr, of University of Miami over .the _k-and by Dr erertacl'l at i SM per week MO.00
will be .
titBity building Company of 3m.lie. crop return are In and winter Franca' B. Lincoln of will\ be guest speaker tor coo B. Lincoln, co-chairman of "Medicine drug and

erected for storage of equipment .. W H, Collins. ,,, company residents are. still her. record yield of $1500,000worth cal Station vice-president or I the club on ladies' night, next the South Dade Garden Clubi dressing 100
and materials ae arranged that, representative. assured the city At the meeting Monday, the trf tomatne ha been "'leithll the club and ardent conservationand I Tuesday, and that a male. qusrtet) Improvement and beauUflcaUon. Tain and suffering.temporary .
1 concession stand may be director voted to ask the date' season at Florida City State. beautification exponent" pre.' from Redland School will sing.Church committee which planned and executed and permanent
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added Restroom fadlltiea wU be council Monday night that the Farmer MarketmaVter' wounded .
Market
disability
marketing bureau to lnveatWtpenl.lenl settle the program Mr. Herman << the route project DrUncota .
-- Low .area will. be filled preliminary survey and plant complaints of dlasaus-. C. & Phillip estimated unoffl Hcinlcln. president presided assisted. feeling public degredelkn. -
Ford
I Extends( was by
f f .In, the perk set to grass, and a would be without cost to the city. faction eo the part,of numerousgrower dally yesterday He predict (na Wooda give protection been DriveThTirirstMefiiodtol Sitter, a volunteer ...... troja. and personalUrvlan
sprinkling system\!1 wtth two ton- I vilaj llId too method* mFarmer4 the,aelos willJoD.byl% :.= ,sriml aa4i ataxio-and se.a.Miletided J''t Jflx PLtQr1(\ : tit II.QJ.tr ..:d'IWt..w ;
'IIw. a .
, *lI.fjlo.lII1It i!.op walk* will be constructed 1' 1wIdin6Ylr' ta,coo span wsWoothe1 bI& be reg t""" Market'''''i+''dltCf'8U'1 The+ "motion; prW In It.posifrEsTf.. pt I effort on. climate said t>rUncota : :;; Churctis I,," ,. 'Jr-- to 1100.000.orttii'_the .amowutt' .r" ":.

'* the park proper, and rockaurraced .- panies will be invited to aim,, A.. la opening the program. drive for IM.OOI for complotlngtn post hole were paid by the dub,
laboron
, adopted made It dear that the I Built la 1131 by W. P. of Blankonbark suit h
parking" area* wot be built,I the plant will bo leased U the board did not concur with or SO acre donated by Wm. Sot Tin destroy thla value tool new church building we extended from profit of the "Redland District -1 Attorney Ooa. U Knight of
Th plan '1M'he developanent city on a rental bale' Mr Collins the acenlc value and lower the through this week mCtlalrmsn Scenic Guide "ritMi by I .
. deny these complaint, but believed I tile of South Dade Farms Inrthe Miami represent. Blankenbeck.Kiwanians I
of the park by Davit explained Ho pointed out that market ha shown phenomenal real estate value The hums f U Burton was called Dr. Lincoln and financed through
I that an InVHtfa.Uon.Id -
engineer and equipment were this plan eliminate the necessityof since Its In burned to worth more than a dol.) away. last week by the death! of ; sale of advertlnlng by Herman' .
be to the Interest of all con I I growth opening HearInternational
laid before the council by Engineer .'I the city'* issuing bonds to finance cerned. (Continued on Page Two) lar a pound Our district thla see I his nephew/ Wilbur Nsbors of Hetnlein chairman of the Improvement to
E. R. Ehly and B. Bernard construction cost Mr. eon has suffered a fire loss of Monroe, Ga.Apptozdmatety. committee.. Heed
I (Barney) Waldln of the farming Collins aid that his company had from[ four lo five million dollar $3B.noq had been The scenic route 'begin InPrrrine
and manufacturing company, I I| put in Incinerator under this Candid Films to Be Teaching Aids. --and the responsibility for this subscribed at the....t report; ays I lead; through the grove In lieu of Ite' regular meeting
Ia return, th* company asks plan for Daytona Beech Tallahassee I' Iota to our. ." Mr. Burton mho to calling a meeting section west. of the Federal' highway knight the florid City )Clwan.a

deed to six acre of the parktract West Palm Beach and' In Annual Swim Course Says McKeeUnderwater \ On wall maps. Mr. Semlngsenshawedt bt nil Tommitteemen at I to Homestead. and Florida Oub will today attend the Inter. .
a* the alto.. of a factory to other Florida municipalities. the large fringe or buffer ociork Sunday afternoon In the City and goes back north throughthe club luncheon meeting In Miami
manufacture the new elevated. 'I After Ite third and final readIng -.' territory which the park incif I church building: I, glade land on the east I I where President J. Bflmont MMs '

tractor developed by "'. W.tdln'' an ordinance restricting I movie film of are.. Minor needs to be filled' before defense has been protectingThis I r of Klwanl International will
company's 1600 In' authorized the opening of the pool Include territory, now Including be I guest;
for us on the trsilen to parking cwtmmer In action wilt be usedas
acre southwest of Florida City ,1 trailer camps wax. adopted by the''" an additions method' of Instruction I new matt for the three divIng much of the Redland District hoI I Local Elementary School Is First I On Apr It, ladies' night; V
Bernard Waldia wit
XBarnry)
for the chlorIne will be reduced when five
bought recently to grow vegetable*'council.\. boards repairs said
In the annual'' water circulating 100 fret of I ten-man Evaluated in State I ProgramHomestead show a sound and color film on
for processing in the Davis quick Enforce operation of the city I II 'I system end eo- freeze pet canning plants In Ule-I I them I safety course to be taught this threeHjuarter Inch hose for washIng fighting crews are. organist i the development of .Iumln m.I
parking meter or remove summer at the Homestead municipal I- I I The meeting will be held lo theparkway
I I the walks and platformsand .
down
ta and Hollywood. made Councilmen -' DerauM of the rainy sewn
was the demand by fur submission' to
pool by Manager Art McKee. school will 1 be prepare repot 1* restaurantThe
had connection of the electric
proposal
The company's and Carl here the fire season lasts only
1 Q Wynn ': accredited American Red Cross the group, Mr. Blackburn say. Rev F J. Lottkh, rectir
Friday In the pumphou ..nddllorIn.lor .v.lua", 11-21 by aa
been unanimously approved I Anderson who charged that It to system Hcht of the II month, he exlaned ,
oral staff
the (
Eleven of now are
National
Instructor headquarter of St John/ Episcopal Church
Florida City KI- building. from the
the
committee
night by : hoitest man > member ,
voluntarily
the
which only has Just awarded Mr. McKee taking extension I'IIUIWlIn school reviewed the book, "Alternative
wands Club park sponsor the I who pay*. After warm discussion Red Cross honor certificate for 'Break your match should be Southern Association of Secondary evaluation. taught by Dr. Stone at to ""lilli," by Trueblcmd. at l&a r1
had already begun clearing the club.t .I I action wa deferred for SO daysupon I contributing without charge a ROHS Allen Head Party a slogan for. all smokers out In Schools, regional accrediting' Central School building In Miami. meeting Friday night. t.1a...*/,

I site Prior tor to development submission\ to the elub.the .' recommendation of Council minimum: of MO Instruction hoursIn Exploring: 'Glades Park he woods,' said Mr Semlngnen, agency, announce Principal E. B The parent of local puplla will Mann vas Introduced ,a* a njwInembef
:: "
L. L. Hood i foc will burn their finger
been indorsed man the past three yeah they be asked to list anonymously Information .
had BlackburnNeva
: proposition 1 again asked Headed for Cape Sable) a !i2- If any fire remain In the match 1
committee Mr Anderson Mr. McKoa will make film of on their. own schoolingto Aa Inter-club meeting at Davie
, by the dub R.park agar: I council action on violation of the the Individual swimming |tudent man exploring expedition is pushIng "Or eat your cigarette. Roll King Cooper School will give the committee' the educational we attended Wednesday nleht by
beaded by M-officials said that park ordinance prohibiting underground and how them so that the pupils Ite way through Everglades the tip on your moist. tongue You have the distinction of being the' background of the community the following II member' of the

Company could be darted gas tank and skid tank csn see their own mistakes and National Park. Superintendent won't gut burned. laid the fire first elementary school In the I (Continued on lags Two)
development
within a week and completed la the residential edton weaknesses." Slow motion film of I Dan Scientists Beard, sportsmen has been and notified seekers chief aa he demonstrated the state to M evaluated, he said The - ----

within three month after ap- The following building permit expert swimmers and diVers will I of color and adventure make method. high school will be the second to
b up Uranium Do Work
be used to demonstrate correct II One Pound of to
L proval of the plans. acre Issued: Levlngton Properties the party which 1* headed by "fire, the national park'swont be evaluated In Dade County. I .1
; S. form. "
t-, building on he continued .ra
I $30,000 CBS enemy ,
A Teacher Krome. a\e at Marry t.; Joe Mr. McKee hope the pool will I Roe Allen of Silver. Springs, practically all man-made. If I Headed by Dr. Mode Stone of Of 4,000,000 Pounds Coal, Club Told
Rex Florida well known snake hunter
.. Bishop Beneduce, $5000 CBS residence be opened on or about May It firs. to started by lightning It isaped Florida State University. the commlttee t.

, At Redland Utah School on N. E Eighth at. Ceo Harris.I&MO for the summer season. A new I to Ip. drenched by rain will spend three days hereto
,
colored section; three-meter diving board to being, In the group which on Tuesday observe the full educational The atomic energy In one pound freely that Russia probably hoi
-, Rex C Bishop of Aucllla. Fit.l CBS home alteration and repair ordered to replace) one condemnedby entered the Everglade south "In the park, firs takes precedence program at the two local schools of uranium when harnessed will the formula for making etotUpbomb.
" began his dutle Monday a* in- W. H. Rowe, S E. First the Insurance company tt the I I of Clewlston. are: Kenneth Mar- over all but human life."Our and Florida City elementary be able to do the work for which.000000 But they Mid Russia I.**..

|r tractor in vocational agriculture .* to building L. Skill.on tSOO bathroom close of last season, the manager mon U. S. Indian agent In Floe method U the direct achool In the group will be member 4. pounds .f coal I now are the know-how, the machinery and
. at Radtand High School. Mr.I av* ; Frank Thelma Watt ida.: George Espenlaub Evergladesguide. method. We tie hand tools on the of the state department of required. Major Rulledga Smithof other facilities and the money for

Bishop succeeds deburne Osborn I addition:Mr addition Mrs. Emma ; Lock Eiden, Norwegian Inline-we actually put the fir education, member of the Florida Florida City. retired consulting development of the weapon that
: who I* moving May 1 to Birming- 1500 bathroom.. bathroom; addition. LEPIDOPTERISTIS author, Gene Coppedg and Gordon out Slat University faculty, and engineer, told the Homestead Rotary cost the United Stele over two
bar F. Do, IJOO I2M gas Batty assistant to Allen; 'The county use the Indirectmethod. principal and teacher from Ml Club Wednesday. billion dollar to develop In the
Mr. Bishop graduated from, M. D Jacoban.Installation on N.Rlagler and several sportsmen.The Its equipment mud tick anti school: Talking Informally al the club's opinion of one speaker It would
. University of Florid\ ta February storage tank \ S Lumpkln, ttOO SOROPTIMIST expedition to expected to to the toad and Its force .la mail They will observe and make weekly luncheon-meeting In Parkway take Russia M year to catch up
It
bad been employed at th eve; N. W Fifth be Joined by several Seminoles' That U why county firemen' work recommendation for Improve- Restaurant Major Smith I with the United States'. presentachievements

Florida experimental station III' residence addition. and U S Industrie and by five paratrooper from u they do. They do not practice) tent of the building, ground., who earned his title la the O & : In the nuclear field
Gainesville before coming ave; .Fred McCraw. CLUB, SPEAKER{ "MacDIU Field. wpo are training bock firing-lh r bunt out .*ec- faculty, library, curriculum and Engineer Corps told of a trip he and. by that time w* would have
roof repsksPermit
I I A* soon as be can will bere.j *. waived oa the for *wamp rescue, work. Modern UonI U protect other extra-curricular erthrluea at the made to Oak Ridge, home of the progressed' to much beyond Rut-

commodations, be be lee of were First Bipttot Mr*. U E. Forsyte of Flortta equipment In use by the explorers We haw glade bucgy oom- Urea. schools.' atomic bomb, at the Invitation ol sis i progres that we would till
wife. the former Mia. Bell application included a light plane, Jeep ands the department The Invitation command the situation.
his war
b". for remodeling the formerLadsr.jnterprise City, well known tephtoptertot log to help In our direct attack Sine sea T. the local faculty
who made bar ass Church buggy extended to selected Major Smith. who only recently
Gen Bullard. building. gave an Illustrated talk on butterflies scamp (Continued on Page Two ha been meeting In committee to was a
bar as a child. and moths at Monday list of engineer and scientists made Florida City his winter
luncheon meeting of the Sorop- lUlS. Juniors Present J with the purpose. it acquaintingthem borne, laid he I* still on the draft

Test ControlsFor timid Club of South Dade County Last Showing of Comedy High School Leaders Attend Sessions with some of the acts of appeal board for his native state
Agricultural Experts In the Farm House. She brought nuclear. energy for public dtoseml' of Tsn sr.r.. "And we haveottent

Threatening PotatoesKzperimoata' with her temple of practically Tonight" will mark the final Of State Association at'Miami\ High nation.In a man Into the army tax along
Nematodes an varieties to be found to Florida showing at the R. H. a Junior ; reply to a question asked by time," he aald. "Hugo arm***

and told interesting stories of cafe. pay 'Star Dust" directedby Major Smith during the Oak Ridge are going to be a thing of the

ta. control of root teriay. Test are being mad of collecting and raising some of Henry Dixon. class sponsor Delegate from Homestead andlledlandliigh night's formal banquet assembly. Secretary of War Pal- past Hundred of thousand of
: tbe effactlveoes of the fumlganlto them. Leading role ta the rollicking 1 arhooU ire. attend-,!I' Jtodland delegate are: Roy tenon told the group the cubic our boys were saved by our ...
lung cmotodo which attack po- eradicating CotocatU.. aa Egyptlaa Mrs Lena Link reported that comedy are played, by Jackie: 1Everett 1 the annual tone'them Runken tenior, Diana t.uubuI7.I alas of the atomic \bomb dropped the atomic bomb oo Japan and
lets are beta! conducted bore plant growing! wild bert. the Sesnlnole Theatre haa COBsented Aubrey FusseU. Oral-. Inc two-day sophomore; and Marten Keen at Hiroshima wa "about a pint millions more will be saved )uat
by t*. P. 0. WoUeobarger and which transmits the nematodes to to let the club sell tickets dine Douberly. Jimmy" Mackey which opened yesterde* at I seventh grade. bas U Ooley, and a bait," the Rotary speaker i by the fact that wo possum aoatomic
Dr: Robert A. 'Conover of Sub the potatoes. Farmer can: the ColocasU far and Have the proceeds of I CoraM Upessiaoha, Marilyn Betbea. -| Miami Senior High School student council tponaor I II not old. The scientist and engineers' bomb stockpile and are
tropical Experiment Station tare I 1Uy pads for It* .aunilarity pedal matinee ea Wednesday and Phil March Supporting la the HMneetead groupare planning to attend. The RedUndachool were told alto' that atomic bombs producing more and better atomM

.....UIID with Dr Philip jn appearance to,tbe water Mar J*. for Jew Archer Smith players include Grace Ygtrtua,I! Johnjiuehle,ictiior,N. ine Pierre ; countS .designed. and mad of the Hiroshima type bad become bomb"
.
w....... of 'O* Shell CbemlealCorporation. Uy. Hospital Auxiliary project Janice Lea Ana Hathaway M'I'I\,\ ephomore; Maxln* Walker and I the favors to be presented at to ebaoJeta..4laa' a bomb hadbsea Major Smith candidly declare
: Dr. Wtetgata was Nematode Infested potatoes Mrs. W, 1 Krome reported that Jane Basher, Carol AmMon. Do- Doeeea Grace, freshmen, and, night IstnuetSeveral developed that could wipe that Russia would have mad weten
formerly oa the local: C1011 ctaftMachine .have been found on th. farm of the county school board will not lone Emus.: Daphne Runken. Anita Dolts secretary of the rtu-j hundred delegate andkpanewl out a city the size of New York; the United Slate long sa
Introduction of tbefwntgant Casper and CM William af Modelta. bo able before the stood term: George Bremier and Jack Corkier i dent. council Mrs Ceo. tt Ruehlewin at high artwoto. throughout that with It 10,000,00people !bad It Ml been that lisle country

DO. lade the 'toil ofaffected Althoocb. lICIt sew here, tilt sheen to put a portable bufldiegoa Sank Rodgers Is student director I accompany the group a th* state are attending the could be destroyed ta M minute. was master of atomic warfare..
an** to being experiinenUd Infestation ia not.arrtuua and to the lot M bought at the Hub,' David Jensen II I lUll manager -;i council sponsor. The Homestead convention which Includes ...... 'A* to Rude" aald Major The major I* the father. of Me-

with a* control cneotore. far baa done minor damage, DrWoUenbarger request' far I library for tha CGI- and Geraldine Lewis' property i council designed and had printed nee session, trimming events Smith. "the Oak Ridge and war. Gregor Smith af Miami preside

Do, WoUoBborfor said yetMtUiat&yv MIlo t !lAd people or........... I .... i the men and program for tofk- sad tbs formal dance and .banquet. department speaker admitted of U* florid Fewer it Light Co

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i Pipe Two HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 22,1949 \

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Sheridan Dorothy Olden, EYeIfII (Oentlnuad fra*. Page One) **rn-Acto W liltNOT"'K
The Gadabout
Leader-Enterprise QmlM. MamuerMe Crow, HITret l local dub: Oeo M Arbogwrt t the I Mr.,> l ..II d BMk IIIIRUV ktar.1"a mVIIHIoal. 5.14. 1 and Other Woods i
20 Years Age Mwilw. Inane V..ghan. pet. Martin R.I Devi., Arthur, l'"" ::r..Too' rase... .. Ilan .I.a.4M Cuplom Built of Mthocany
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I II' Htlea Whining reerffr ft. Traaatt Chat. r Mann OtMinMtroadar 1.,1 .lr Casing Keftahl
Week
,
dableel -
HM Ballty, Mae IUd*>, uui riM ._ I In mt .,.... tit.I tew "de
-y- - Mil I, Prtacllfc Mad end Wlhw Uuii Moraldo Grady wtoil<.. kr |.. 4iM ..%. .IM.4 Car BIwarM Dr. I...Md U. Mi.n M1-JDON'T
p_.... I ",I.,. hi 'I.u' "cat W_ .... res.. ..... fII ew.wn : . Lafte.), Baw TMK Rudy Bray, & >> art* OMtfl l> u.l.aig M
... .. :; .
t A. It_, eta 1'1' 'the .Ibxlh. .I4h . .. .. . nMJM liiii->i< pr i t U tb&MMfof
. 1. e .a..n .a M W .a.4r..4 ""' d ttefeno, Herman Lu- ,
Pxhlhhh' .. ..,.., .. "A farewell luncheon Cna* Dak. ant ut Ya,4. sewkl
a. .5. lea. ,5. mi da. was given I ireeUy Impressed .ky 1M J. B 0ItMrtMIur. AlonacUwtt West 4 n.. Yak 4.4 0.. ....
M".A.1 ........ 1.5.4.4 la.IS was oerm,
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by Longview Club for the 111'1 a us.Sass. ta. PA/flf-SAY/
Jlf.N 'IC"IIIUI ,1ft, ..5.e5 0.1.r. IND..e5 men> dean' manner, Hi* way she combined M. R. De0er and Dominic ....oItlp a a::r; N _. SAY FLOOR
.... ber north for the .
gatag
.. N.a.4 MMar4ti .ass.5115N summer I _
.. ..
P. .isle le A h. Mh.
aI .red adnw and frleiHiUne ... w
dignity TOO.
ll ..... .5. 1111IIIIIIII'1 I . .M,.,. Gertrude B Fuller read I ... [...."" .4 I.1.. ..... of Ptwn'.
'MnitIR I II I'M II
AH) KM of middle ..IdWCII'I
She wea tall age. _, ..
Tlw of .Y .4w
an4mt
N.Ilea. Mri Uoyd Delta and Mra1Rroy '
sang tailored salt and .I5, .N -",- ,. ,I. .the NM d 1a.
NARY f'K1Iam... OIltnNlONi ,, / (!'!II IIiIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIGIIUI"A / Cox red original verses p4 a pepper TOMATOESContinued j A a11pp,
i .... aM Mrhdy" 1Ml1llhlllytGN greeting/ red farewell"LlJJle mttt which fitted' her matured U. .N"X w r1Ik "CtDOIS ,
: 1
contour without I wrinkle. The ( from Page On) 1111 .
maps of iM ,.
meeting
I .. grrwrn \ Drvce\ Scott was four bright atari around her neck wai late January of 1WO, Mr. PWIIHuyi. $ I air) .Is M.. .
i u.
RA19aII was County Agent aisis Mcar w u.Ma.M e COSTS USI
a'ri.r: year old ? . ind celebrated _tth fattened with a large solid silver l. *. CMMk fII Miif, INS MOM
Sale amounted to 'HJ.Iu-
DICk/ Z".l1l"/ 6 ,L a. Chas H to hear guts a big birthday cake topped with I N ,.Ma4 4y M ...,. DMAW
Mrtaulturil men speak on the pin. The pin and wedding ring M In 1t4l; $1U.61172 In l4fcPC1 ass. .H.rrti. . |Iwe.
...
ewMI N WI candlei . Hubert Tt':
pink add
V' .
S .... ItA1 1IC ,l. .1 Mediterranean fruit ny, di.cov. Wade Smith Elizabeth: Taylor and aha were.. the only piece of ,Jewelry 10I In 1(41; 491WT41 "' eats..55 JII CtrraM Nd..o.... '
end wore i>44 $8M4284I In 1948; .
infesting I grove near Or. ; 01,
.,....... N ..wad rl I.r Rail ..,.. Undo . ML Sleff.nl) wu tilled Herbert. ."Booth came to help him A bell wu sounded by the dean. 12.17488974 It4. DIIB trou.farmlna 'I Hr.. .N, c ,= nrr, o c, ?er
It. Com
II.r"._...Il... tell 1'1orida.'' tl, ,.....far."a....utfloo wtFlprlda dM.,1h .,1H. to Orlando to study the pent ." eat" I thought I was going toe* ann weather caused a (RlmH * B. W Van Master and his eon
I. "'.. "Dr. It A. Berger wn notified drill, but learned the duneshad to 11, 0884(18 In 1141. rl1r. -
and daughter-in-law Mr. and been dlimlwed teach. amounted 1.1117,240.10.l WANT ADS PAY
that! l M the led year to
ued him
q
I patent being
Mn A J. Van Miner left . .
era could meet and visit aunt me l
oft t new method he
invented for
Showers'It for Ithaca, N. Y. ;'
i making dental crowni ." The dean called my attention to I
"Mr Preston B. Bird was hoet. I lane picture on the will be-
Ai.nl M* hew FlUpalrlrk. "Rodlnnd High School won hon- .. it a very pleaaant. ten-table hind her desk, the portrait of a
There th. sound tit dh ant rain on In,. the nomine Dido County'! typingconten. bridge paity ." North American woman who had I ,, 011(11a rte D Ir + '
McLaughllnwon
And the mall cf,It on the air, first place and Eleanor Hoi- "Mr. and Mr*. Dan Wllllami founded the normal! school for BOAT FOR SALE /MfOArg e ...0
Someone ii ,having I tttower felt), second place In the ad. and their two children left Mo- women many yean ago The dean a F1.
Out you flout know exctl/ vantad claps Thelma Turner won dello to spend the mummer Inklarktvllle herself. I learned kept house and ,\
where. third place and Thelma Hinton Pi? ." was the mother of two grown o
"Mr. B. I J:: Markovlt who hai boy 0
fourth place, In the beglnnen ,
You mny have a ring-Hide neat (.la**. ." been vUltlng her ton-ln-law and After the hall had been cleared Tinkey KnkugM-Sawycr! Craft, 22 ft. \"
At I Florida dimmer shower Mr, ef itudentl, the teacher darted '
and Mn. Mn let-
daughter, '
Taking1 part In in Arbor Day to to the dein office. W long half cabin Very fact 150 h
In the front yard. 'ilend of the I ner, returned home to Tampa to com p.
Florida School
bick. were program Helen it Moye. Moiely City Sever welcome her son, II Markovlts. three stood In front of the dean I Packard Marine engine. Prewar solid *.riot-Ceil does iH the work;' tin t| lit-DIllS DmJlltllfl
dunk and, the teacher ahook
It underfoot In
have dry in
and his bride who married teas
were M bit
rix-Cul "i mf
t
Uoimle! Belle Myeri, Mary Tor- with C'OII-.1I41. one' \
hour. I ." hands with me before taking the /h" ass ; : : ,, tfttr MllM.
clue Kettle Walker, Minnie W.l. Apr 14 In New York seats. which they. used at weeklyeacher mahogany. Will stand rigid Inspection.5182S00 epMtilott It laves t laiiiagiy a..e'1O.11. em' ......1 Lad _,
tern, Jeanette SeverVelml Hun- "Dal Henderion, IOn of Mr .* ei ww Say, KM M UKYe
1 beautiful loot that'protected ::
Biding 1 along the highway meeting I
and Mn. C. N. Henderton has
Between lhaweri carefullyfi cock Bennie OogRln, JameGooding been 111 . ." ,. ID a short time, th* dignified from dirt and......oU or grease ItiaWTtI

iced! I George. ,*Walker andRichard office took on the noise of a barn .. .* floor iliui tujr to keep rir .c A.i i: r' "..,... MI .
Nut/ n sj>i',nkle of II will touch you I MutUon "Mr and Mr Fritz Jickjion yard. Between! broken Cavtellano a cl.sal All for t COM of 0.1 lj : '> :> f. i i i; "'.t..=:-:i:
I "An eight-pound ion was born are entertaining Mr. Jackson'sbrotherInlaw I ' '
and English: It founded like *
If their
movement are ciircfully food .
1 and about I ctnl per square sway a/ Ills .1,51Iw.C1at1iti
iliter Mr andMr
paced Apr IT to Mr. and Mn Ceo Q bunch of tickling hen
Morton In foil Graduate Hotplfol *. Dudley of St Petersburg What a gab session for an hour)
Will you help feed hungry chlUnrrti . ." i "Mr J M. Holferty I Ie repre- V* dlacuued politic, homing. i f 0" Alt SUMACtS t INSIDI; 01 OUT .

? Rend $10 to CARE 60 Charlotte William was hoi- aerating Homeitcad Presbyterian etc My Bratlllan friend wi ex- .' See Radford Homestead ,
Broad Street, New York 4. N. ten it a party In honor of her Church it the annual Woman' lauded from Interpreting and at : i*
Y. nnd n.k to have a big food birthday at the home of her 'retbytertal. In Orlando ," she was glad to hear the bell ring Ha 'front Park .
_,
package unit to one of tho hun- grandparent, Mr and M.... T. C. to summon the teacher back to >

dude of destitute orphnnageiovcrviM belfert . Guests were Ellen 1t1A: heir clanroomi. When they left, coNcuralUrCMl WOOO ce UHOUIUII UWI'HfI
CAKE has upcrlnl, baby Alta and Katherine Venn, Anna. rxb each shook hand with me and
Ii On U..I. e I I..r (lna......,. .......i nwi CM k*
and Infant food packages too, Myrtle and Mary Moon Martha Mid, "Goodbye" Naturally I Ishowed ,..UIa ..... I4rCNIbfl. 10.. .ot .N4s.Nr.1 RM
-- i my appreciation by ay- kwcktl, '...I.... .r .n..he ..weaI1.MY. nmt >..1... *>MML
-.Adloi"CRACKDOWN Nola ry11at1151! N pan .11 alit N'll/.
log
.w 11.4 ww.h.0
u.NeM144f.nlA tee -. lor
r :a.nl/P n"an,.II. .. ..... Alwbul.aaalypyMN.4 .10W 4115 I will ria'Ca1Iat . '
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rot HOMK t VARM 1 FACTORY
on tire*. It will have a 16-on .
:I1 3w filler that will haul s tractor. Crate Stencils NOW YOU CAN GET noa.CEAL nOM

LAi "Th park la alck It less been

needs gutted restoration by fire time" after time It\ PHONE 148-R W. D. Horne Co., Inc.


Only three. Florida counties 11 N. Kroroe Ave. Phone 277
hays flre-flghtlng department. Florida City Press
aid Mr. Semlngien and Dad'*
I II by far the beitTh .
DON 1AY.flOQR] "*AiN I> r.Il!." ,
next Fir
speaker County I
Chief Oreer, dated that Dade --- -- --
I County has even fire stations
and |$5 firemen and that It* fire
department answered nee call

last year Three fir stations In ..
the territory from Kendall south
1 i nird 781 call during the I i
: tint three. month of IMS and I Vr
i
1171 call during the tint three ;
month of 1(41 r ;:

Mr. Oreer attributed the marked
MIw-DM1M'I Cw+1 Maw
Increase. this year to dryer weather
*n Influx of people and
more land clearing. The profei-
MItNmNA0101YAND.. MIDHMM>UTY MOCUPMwW !
The Mont llvautifnl Tiiifon Wheels! atonal land clearer., however, do IoWoJ/ "OS-I),..... .....,.,... Me.-, OY.W. M045VK. .*...., Me"G.V.W." . not let fins escape, h* laid "It .709 is. AM ...tmU. III Ivfo/..." ....... IOS- ......,. MtoMM 1(04.117-Ml .t..*. ,m, Me._ OVW.
It not they who are cirelei. 114. .Mb. ....., Me..... C.V.W. 4M9 fc. 7M ft4 '104-lI....... .......N, _.... 0.Y.W, MOO ..
TCe ins of course very proud and hippy Pontiac hit 1949 offers I totally new kind of ride-* The addition of radios to all

I c' tint people| l everywhere are railing the rule ai anoolh. .and effortless/ and eomfortiUe *i I'' big lire help truck this year hai
new Pontiac "tlie moat liriutlful' tiling on ear rin he. And eitls*'r of Pontlae'a fimoui engine! "Whit w* need 11 I to prevent
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whorls. ." Ponliic 11 lrilhandy 'Ix-iiitiful autoaioUleii ai<. or right-rylmdrr, In, I w\ftblllrt fur power, Ire*. Everyone letting I fin TRANSPORTATION

Inn.'iMwue car 11 ever rolled ovrr.Amrrlca'i. Remember too,. Pootiae I It the lowert.prlc-l tar should get a written permit from ,
ht fire department"Mr.
world! << the of .MiliflDrive. ( '
ilrM-tianlliigliHiyi. In the, orTormg eaae Hydra Oallatln told of the big In.

Available on.all modrli at extrt caL: tangible damage to Red land Dli-
Riot Tonluc'i ml' ,bmuly rannnt he fully apprftiteduntil I , rlct loll that results when what UNLIMITED !

you/lire the car younwIL For tbe new I'lUiUM, Tile*long'look at the'neit road.ereetlMoa; little organic matter It contains

Ghadijidlyrnginwdton-In. give you *completely came (In and give the tar I really,tborongh" namb' 1. burned. Organic matter Iineceuary ,.

ilidVrrnt liml!'of'"IOIIIOt.ileH'.llorm.1If'II( that limjJy'" ...tl...n.t'.tie wiy really to appreciate why people he (.Id. to hold moliure ,
.
t* provide for bacterial There's a Chevrolet truck i
kiloslbenperkneedIuorder<< to be believed., are eaUiIal'oiltlac"1b.mo t beautiful )lOD"b.....: growth and to prevent the rapid
wishing away of fertlliier' for every lob
Member voted to Invite Dr
PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO. Herbert s. Wolf of Ollne.vllie. wWi" teipecfrfo. from 4,000 A*. to

former head of Subtropical Experiment 6.000". O.V.W.-fnm

South Krome Ate. & 5th St. Phone 484 Station to speak on mart delivery wtJf. f.maad .
plant nomenclature
- -. --- A vote of thank wi given .v. hewvydutymodeb. r
Ferd flitter for a hand-carved ,
sign he had made for the club
Announcement was made that 1I0N1010TY 1
e lupper-meetlni will be held In CAaaYAtt 10t011AN

the renter' picnic ground on 0.5 Mind, yn4.-n/-M.S Meal... LYw aaei.,
GROVE CARETAKINGWe May I.Door. 4d00 A
prlte, at uauaUdonated MHT-MITY CANOfV DCNetf
by Mr. and Mrs. Helnleln, were *.... 1107, -114.Ml ..iinMri .
a qulaquall vine. won by Alex >Mi G.V.W. 4600 ... .Al...

lowlar and a pittoaporum tree "-wY.Aeer.w. "':a..w: POWAIB-COMTie4 CNAtlH

won by Mr H t. Armitronf 0.V.W, 7M .. Medal ".,-.14..... .5./... M.dr
Cold drink and cookie were 0.X.W.700* ft.AIM..... 5h k Medal 110I -
provided by the hospitality group. I uy.Io ...nain. MP_ p.V.W.IO.OOf ft.America's .
fa and Mr. Walter C. Banta, PM.,. Dell..., b/a 5.dla ....... ,w aced.
specialize in modern grove care I...*. Frank West, hen Earl Mar- N the .......C-.l 0.. N ..PrWd
Ua and Mr*. Eleanor Froicher. a..., .......k ........14.i .

:I ( and culture, using tried and proven I I 4 I I.

I Biggest Sellers favorite . more Chevrolet True** In u*.
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1 grove. problems.. > Yoult thar It the blatant you drive them. For truck alone have WAY THRJFT-the triple
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Friday April 22, 1949 HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Ply rh

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LOCAL BOYS ARE praaUmt of Alpha Phi Omega, F.FJV. Chapters Win ON TrnlHON HONOR ROLL Chrktttn (Home Week ....." aiM.. when tax peeler. and I I I H. Whltt In preparation for the
servto Jean Bmltn.aophomere the school of Vint Baptist
.. fraternity, treeawer ef Mtia Barbara church hsaden will vteJt annual
>, .let Oator Pep Club and to currently In Subdhtrict Meet FISHING NEWS\ at Jehu. I. Stetson Planned by UaptfeUChriatlM haw. to Hvtae en MM prelMuret Chunk of Homestead which will

ACTIVE IN U. OF F. on the board of governor Th Rwlland. High School F F Unlvtnity, U one of the .TO atu- Beta Week, bang: swung up fawjrkl .begin.. on July lit n.
In the Cavaliers ey ED rAccm dente Uated on the honor roil! for Mv a. 1M akewlng. .f err, "Ufc ..ring the Deaconehlp a I
For the put tare aemestersOeo A. quartan won first place\ Monday the winter ....... May I to May .. will be launched with th. Baby' and.. ".., m study' court! for deacons and
aubdMrtct
CAMPUS AFFAIRS ha been on the nominatingoommltte In Future In Farmer Miami and will .by toe First BapUM Church of, Court" tad m open dtacuaalonon froaptttlve deacons, \la being

to th* Vanity Party, competitions to Stuart tomorrow to compete Trout flatting wu very good Hometd with vlaltaOon of "ComasMt Area of Intereet of taught by the Rev Mr. WhllL The
l1D1vereltt of Florida student oampua political group, WM on in go\the district contest report Re* last week All Indications point to Pledge (Dinner Slated .home .. HM opening. Sunday at- the ChUNh and the Howe"! Maya church', which ha 11 ***tor dean -

,', from ntead-Joe and ant tile Florida Independent, --u.III c. Biahep, chapter ........ Th I the fact that you shouldn't haw Hy Silver Palm Church ttmooft, IIIIMNftetI. tilt .... I"H a special service to be av ** .. plan the. tarty ordination
Reynolds\ and Joe Neeblttace the Oreeter Miami Club, Ito sinter are Jerry Underwood any trouble catching your share' Whltt, ...... Mr. Whltt will tended by tile parent and Members of II junior daoaa, Mr What
Y making imprsslv record lorJhemse.lv pledge Alpha Kappa Pal. profe*. lAke Benson. Boy Attnken and Oood catch were reported on Member o( Silver Palm Methodist bring a apeelal ssweage ..tbe\ of the cradle roll and \the says
** ai pr-lw itudenU on atonal business fraternity, and Rudy Gray. live shrimp, plug and cut mullet. Church will make their morning aenrtee and parent nueery lftiooL i
the this spring" wai ejected editor of I Herb Turner bad very good pledge toward the church buildIng will be asked to stodge themselves
csmpus.I the T Book, aludent handbook Herman Itamker ot th* Homestead luck fishing Trout Creek last budget *t two turkey dinner to act up faintly worship. Baptist Church Trains
I All three are graduates of F F A. won lint place In week Using a spotted Shakespeare to be MId neat week when. the The week's schedule* will Include .
Homestead High School. lot Net- tile subdUtrict punk apeakmg I budget will be explained Fund Bible School Workers
Sea Witch he boated M : May 1, family recreation
II US. Girls I Brooks Inc.
.
bit, who waa graduated In 147 CompeteIn contest with a talk on grasshopper are being aoltdted to equip th*
trout Along with the soma catch night when families will particlpate A training course for vacation
,4 was president of the senior clsss Dade Softball Play Tenth grade student at H I he landed modem new church building with ,
using a red head plug ai a group In pleasure Bible echool worker I II being
.', that year and entered the University Homestead If S, Herman also won the tub-I! rriM snook, one of which weighed I additional pew and to Install I activities; May >, the p..nte.1 conducted. this week by Mri JohnFor
the following filL He High School girls district\ peaking title when he IS pound. tile roof asphalt tile floor, lion by Mr. Whltt of a lecture and I .
,> pent the Euter holldayt In will participate today In the D.deColAII.1 was |{) the eighth grade. I for I chandelier* and other Item colored slides on the ChrhtUan '
I Allen Cotton, Hahlng editor
softball tournament to be
? Homestead the horn of hisparents The other' schools competing For the campaign thoongrega<. home for parent May 4, I II
I and young ;
Miami Herald, Mrs Coreon
held .
In Moor Park, Mr Oldest Completely
,
Mr and Mrs James says
.
Neibltt
-
,
Pompano *
to were Ed Paccttl fished Little Black- thin his been divided Into two I talk and Informal dlscuaskm by
Miry Cody physical education
. J.r The Reynolds brother visited Instructor Miami Jackaon FOI'LeUderdale'j I water Sound and landed 34 trout groups Red and Blue., headed young people on "Th Home I COMPLETEInsurance : Equipped GroreCaretakers
(n Whlgham. Ga. with their aon.Homestead all caught on fly rod and live respectively by Robert MacDonelland Hop to llve"! May 2, family "at.tl
t mother, MM Brouwell E. HirrelLi Playing will be Effl( Radford, chapter member with Joe Brook whit J, II Sasaer and their group Service
The Reynolds brother war Joyce Walker, Dorli Lewis, Mary tending were Steve Torcl, shrimp a captains The Reds will be entertained Se*
both president p( the Homestead Lou Musselwhlte, Joyce Dolar,, AJogna, Rocky Sincere, I and red streamer fly on Thursday night and the .
(Ugh student body Gene entered Jeanie Hayes, Nadine Pierce, Wright, Billy McCulIough RI 1'1 Tide far Tavemler. Blues, on Friday night Urn Leonard: i W. llaskln John II. HaleAT .
I the university in the fall of Carmello Bommarlto, Rebecca and Hargraves, Bill Heck of April tt-tl *...*..INHia ki KM aa..WOsa
u.", while Jo followed a year Brown, Katherine Home, Anita James Booker, Keith Faker, rows ... .......... .e
later Delta, Shirley Greer Kay Brown. Drawdy and John Chandler, High Law Blood flank Keporfe l GLASSESIII r. o. BOX M
Since entering the university Ing, Clara Stevenson, Joyce Morgan Apr. 22 4.S5 a.m. 10:57 a.m. Increase for MardI N. K. M BU Miami, Fla.tkpkW FUCIIS REAL ESTATE .
Sarah Mills, Fay HUllard 22 8:11 11:12 Theaea 44I-S7 R DOMUmlru.
t I' ,lest fill Jo Reynolds hu held Bible Apr. : p.rn. : p.m. As teanned r.... 11-R
the office of vice+pre.ldent of the and Carol Helms, Apr 23_ 11:28: '.rn. 11::40'.m. Miami, Apr SI-In March: 1M PHONE 2.60211..1111.N.L..r.

J Irishman clam; ,and If currently To lie Held July 11.22 Apr 23-. ':0lpm. Midnight i the Blood Bank of Dade County ...............N _. .
t turtle* of:the honor court He war State Certificates'Won Apr, 24 ... 1:15: un 12:18: p.m. I prepared 1,747 transfusIons, more -- --- - -- -------- -
elected to the latter office during The annual dally vacation Bible Apr, 24. 1:43: p.m. 12:25: I.m. than In any other month In the
spring election held this month. By Three Teachers Here school for Flnt Methodist Church I Apr, 25 1:5': '.m. 12:43: I.m. seven and a bait year of Ita existence.
Nesblttat the university hai Tallahasiee, Apr 21-Three will be held July U to 22 announce Apr. 23. 7:21: p.m 1254pm.: Five hundred ninety
been activ In the Gator Pep Club resident of Homestead were Miss Anlolnette Moye Apr 28 7:33 a m. 1:22: a.m. seven were for charity patient.,
Mal been'* member of Cavaliers, among \the SSS teacher receiving superintendent of the church Apr, 20 737pm. 1:2.: p.m. IS8 for patient at the Veterans Windows
fiitlonal dance society, and was teaching certificates from the school "Jesu* Lives' will\ be the Apr 27 13m.: 1:50am. Administration Hospital In Coral Miami Awning-Type
'+ elected to the executive council state department of education them of the school which will beheld Apr, 27 BlJpm. 159pm: Cables, and DB2 were for private
: thl* spring during March, A post graduate In the church recreation Apr 28. 8;80 a.m. 2:35 a m. patients.Of .
Like his brother ind hometown certified was Issued to Mrs. hilL Apr 28. 9:07: p.m 182; p.m. the 449 studies of the Rh

\1R friend, Gene.Reynold had Ulllan O Sthlneller, a provisional factor In the blood don for expectant
}ejd) top office! and taken an to graduate certificate to Mn, logs parent during the month,
live. part In student affairs in the N McMillan; and a temporary [ SERVE A "DIFFERENT'1 STEAK 1)5 were charity casei and 314were o Provide Awning Shelter from Rain

spring of 1948 he was elected to certificate, to Mn. Elizabeth H. private
lh' executive council was VIce. Burley. The large demands brought the
. supply or blood to a dangerously o Blend Beautifully with IjctureVindows\
low level several times during the
,i
month and It was necessary to

4 ROUSE & BURR CABINET SHOP resort get the to needed emergency donors measure In to o Cannot \Warp, Swell, Stick, Rust or Rot I r

The Blood Bank will\ welcomea
f Builders and Remoo len blood donation from anyone
Never
,I ., who li qualified, and the donation Require Painting ,
(
will\ remain then as a credit
; Fine Woodworking a Specialty N which can be used at any Urn

., by the donor or anyone the donor Y
} Electric and '
.
Acetylene Welding
\ :
may designate,
,I W. C. BASS & SONS
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It; Phone US.W.t piece to Isis ear and exclaimed:
Exclusive: Dealer In HorneslcadEpmorc
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ni' ring, strike nor tick Do ye
call that appmprrrt for a golden Mall AddreMi Routs 1, Box 228
: "New Construction and
r : Remodeling wedding anniversary?"

Old Aniui cackled with glee
No job too email Glass and Ctaslng.
"SlInd ,".he rejoined, has yt Estimate Given en Window
f Jenner Construction Co. no heard the sayln: 'Silence //I''
{ There are many Neap In this world Vetldes" the tender sues that are golden"T"-Atlanta Two Dells i
none IJl-W-l llomealead .sually broiled. Pa Instance, (is arm and blade bone skab. rut law
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Donald and Mary MacTavlsh
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In America) thrilling.
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Tackle Shop girl One wai produced and Mary i
wni about to close the bargain
when Donald tapped her shoulder
Window\ Frames a COMMETE ROD AND 'Mary," lie whispered, "Icti
HELL REPAIR tuke a wee lad. HBO ye forgotten
' I the lad'* cap w* found on the
e tlMIINO train?"-Ex.
Revelation
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s INFORMATION RideI
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,. Kreme Ave. Ed rarrlllCllaonlle Sandy MucTsvlsh was celebrating (
) bis golden wedding anniversary
To the gala party came old
t. ,I Angus bringing a dilapidated
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.., alarmed It dldut even tick
IM Iniul. -mantle Sandy held the ancient time. I


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f4t ? HOMESTEAD UtAD R.lKT RPR fi Friday, April 23. 1I


- ELIZABETH PETERSON, WADE THOMPSON ..... ROTHERBAM" HPSWtf. ; ..
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to WIlOMBOIIIOOD (1.
: WED IN BAPTIST RITES IN VALD03TA GA. .
Mr, J A Rotherham was ho*

I r MM '. Social Events in South Dade less at the April meting *t Us*'
Peter01 Mn Thompson returned to Home- RedUad Neighborhood
: steed Apr. M. They are making her home on Firm Lif, Cm
their hom at 114 N. W 14th at. wee played and s ens* \
announcing the snarrlegi fit UMI
The! bride ha lived In Homestead course and Rusftan teai t Wer*
NUPTIAL MASS READ HERE ON SATURDAY ; CLl'B SENDS DELEGATES WEDDING VOWS SPOKEN EASTER SUNDAY daughter, AMc Mtoebrtn. t* *fl her life with the exception ' served.
I TO STATE GARDEN MEET I Henry Wad Thompaen, eon of of visits at the home of A devotional service 'wj jreanted
FOR LILLIAN ANGELINI, JOHN CALAUTTI' Mrs Herman llelnleln, president BY EVELYN GUTHRIE AND ELROY HOAK Mr. and Mr'* Snare Thompson of her parents who moved to Cross by Mrs R.>ph W. K t*|.,

Dr. Francis B. Lincoln, Florida City.Th : City six yean ago. She was graduated mm Mr C''P. Reek WM a ghe*- v:

Mlsi Lillian Angellnl!, daughterof will make their home In Brooklyn, tint vice-president, and Mrs Wedding vow wen exchanged very full gathered skirt, and double tine service we In INS from Homertesd of the club.
Mr. and Mr*. Wllllim Antrimol Th bride waa graduated lilt Lincoln are representing South on Easter Sunday by Miss Evelyn their halo hat matched their read by the Rev Barton Gibson, I; High School when she was a
.Flerld. City, won the tradtlonal June from Homestead High School Dad Garden Club at the annual Guthrie, daughter of Mr. and gown Yellow carnation and orchid pastor of the Valdosta Baptist member of the glee club an* secretary B.P.W. TO MEET t
whit\* Mtln"for her wddln where she wai active In drl- convention of the Florida Federation Mrs. Julian Montgomery Guthrie colored Iris war carried by Church, on Sunday afternoon, of the student Council In IN FROICHER OFFICE: a .'
I ken Saturday to John CalautU, matte and In the gle dub of Garden dubs in It.Petertbur of Redland rd., and Elroy James the matron ot honor who wore Apr. 10, In the church pastortum her senior yetr. She I II employedby Several member of the. local <.'
Jan of Mr. and Mrs. Dominie Cal The bridegroom served In the _. Hoak of Homestead! eon of Mr. lime-green, and pink carnations Attendant were Mr. and Mrs. the Homestead telephone ex- Bu-lnets and ProfealloMl Worn--
atittl of Florid City and Brook army four yean during the war I Among the convention ipeskers and Mrs J. H Hook of New Kens.Ingion were carried by the brldesmatron Weldon P. Coke of Naahvll. ) ,change. an'a Club plan to attend a district
lm, Th service! wit performed and was a Oerman prisoner for Art Mrs Lewis M. Hull, president Pa. who wore blue Each attendant brother-in-law and sister of the The bridegroom was graduated meeting In Sea Creft Manor Hotel
by tile Rev. P.adL. Manning .t i .tI three month H* was educated In of the National Council of The was performedby wore a single strand of pearl. bride. front Home tead High School in In Hollywood Sunday. ,
ceremony
o'clock In th* afternoon In Brooklyn where he will be associated Slat Garden Clubs, Inc, and H the Rev. John H. Whltt -pas I ROM petals war Mattered by The bride was radiant in a 1944. During the war h* served SI The Homestead club will meetIn
Sacred Heart Church with his father In the buildIng -] F. Loomls of the Chapman Field tor, at 4.10 In the afternoon in the flower girl who wore pink brown suit and briwn and white months in the army and spent I II the office <>f Mn Eleanot
Illumination was furnished b, business.Favors Plant Introduction Garden. First Baptist Church of Home dotted swlis mad with ruffled accessories. Her corsage was made month. of this time in the Philippine Froscher Monday evening
white cathedral taper. Potted stead. A reception was held at yoke, puff sleeves and long, of white orchids, and she won H* i* employed at the
palm end standard basktta of ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE OF BETROTHAL the Guthrie horn after the cere gathered skirt A yellow dotted a atrand of pearls I Homestead post oW I Ice. WANT ADS IIAYlnsist
white gladioli formed a background I ; I moray will frock: of similar style was Her matron of honor wore a
for the wedding party a.ttII. OF CLAIRE IIESSE TO DONALD D, FOLEY faster lilies, white gladioli and worn by the tralnbearer dusty rose dres with matching
altar Mis Vera TroxtlL orgsnlst Mn Guthrie mother of the accessories and a corsage of white
for
potted palms were used decoration
played She traditional Th engagement of MliS Claire to Homestead tw yean ago to I of the church which was bride, wore an orchid silk gown, carnations.
wedding march ai well at acwmpanlment lieu of Homestead to Donald D. make her home with Mr. and Mrs.. Illuminated by white taper. Mrs a gray hat trimmed with pal After a honeymoon at a resort
for Mr*. J, David Foley of Miami and SI Louis, Mo.. Dude. M. C. Lawrence, church organist, pink and orchid flower, and on the Suwannee River, Mr, and
noberta who sang 'Mother Kneeling It being announced by Mr. and Mr. Foley, a ton of Mr. and played the traditional wedding other accessories) of white, and
at Thy Feet" and "Ave Maria." Mrs Arthur Ode of Homestesd Mrs. t. 'B. Foley of St.1 Louis, marches, and Miss Myra Jam her corsage was mad oC( pink MISS HAMMOCK DIRECTS I
Given In marriage by her uncle and aunt of the bride-to-be. rime te Miami several years ago. Bashor.sang "0 Promise Me" and carnation PROGRAM FOR y W, A.
tether, the bride carried a bou- No) date has been set for the He was graduated from Miami "Because"/ lo piano aceompanl-/ Colored picture of the bridal
Mia Bllll Hammock
quet of deep purple orchids and wedding. High School and served three ment played by. Mia MarilYn party were made by Glenn B : directed r
gardenia Her white Mtln gown A-native of New York, Miss years In the navy. At present he Bethea.: Fewell ot Miami. I program on rural worship forth K
Y. W. A. of First Baptist
made Nile with I
afcee was \heart prlncetM neckline, long pointed Hesse received her education in Is employed by Eastern Air Lines The bride was given in marriage After the ceremony, a receptionwas Church at I meeting held Monday
the New York schools and came In Miami. held at the Outhrl home
ajeevei and a court train. A tiara by her father and 'attendPd evening the horn of Mr*. Dexter
., ae d pearls held In place heflnceftin by her sister, Mr. Marlon Fewell which was decorated with gladioli Horn, leader.Cheese :
\ veil of illusion, NATIVE PRODUCTS FEATURED! IN FAVORS matron of honor, and Mri. Leah aitera, rotes and orange blossoms crackers and Iced tea
I I Russell I brldesmstron.>> Sharon Bridal cake and, punch were were served
Mi" Joeephln Accurate In orchid maid CLUBWOMEN TAKE GENERAL. FEDERATIONDistrict Gunn was flower girt, and DonnaJo served by Mrs. Evelyq Gunn, Mrs. : Present, besides those mentioned j
of
hqnor, waa gowned
Lambert was tratnbearer.. Andy Shirley Kelly, Mrs. Mildred Brail-
were MI. Joyce Morgan,
Mtln* and wore a headpiece of on Quality
yelloti roiebudi and orchid netHer I depleting the characteristics 11, and Mrs. Krone will Popish/ was ,bed man Tommy Kay. mont and Mn. Fred Oagne, I Alu Peggy Byrd, Miss Clara I \
bouquet alao was mad. of and industries of their com I leave early for Hollywood to attend and Robert Fewell were uiher Out-of-town guests IncludedMr. Stevenson, Miss Wanda Smith and I
yellow roiebudi. I munltlo will be taken by Florid the state convention to beheld The bride "'wore( a while satin and Mrs Lawrence Bird of : Alas Susie Stoy. I Groceries
the Sunday evening and Monday and a veil heldIn Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs
club women to five-day'con town fingertip I
The bridesmaid, MLa Hele venllon of the General Federationof morning before the opening of the place by a tiara of seed B. K. Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Winston -
Schroeder, Miss Rosemary OppedlMno Glenn B. I'I i
and
Arthur 'Her dunn Mr Mn.
Women's Clubs which open natlonsl meeting Mr* jesrls. gown was mad with
and Miss Cecelia 'homaul Monday In Hollywood. Beach will take part In registration, of lace yoke, fitted bodice, long Fewell, Mr. and Mn. Stony Mills, I
wore Identical pink taffeta Mr, and Mrs. Buddy Lambert,
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Hotel.Cellophane, the gueits.A Minted sleeves, and long skirt ex. You
gowns made with fitted bodice Mrs. Eul.le Sanderson, Mrs may save a penny
into train.
ending a sweeping .
bogs containing tiny motorcade from the local
and bustle-effect bouffant iklrti Winters and Joseph Mokher of
They carried bouquets of orchid !lipitlck plant "growing" from club U expected to go to Hollywood She carried a cascade bouquet of Miami. I here and there
gladioli and pink' roiebudi and purple confetti In psstel-color for one day of the general white carnation and stephanotis For their honeymoon In Miami r a penny
centered with I
a purple orchid
wore halo hat of pink net and thlmblei will be provided by the meeting Beach, the bride wore a beige 1
orchid-tinted flowers Woman's .Club" at the Pedlindl of Th )Redland club will be rep- and wore' a rhinestone necklace suit, whit accessorlei and purple elsewhere, but is it worth
_A strewn by which Mrs. Art A. Kransbsrgsr i* resented by Mrs Krsniberger, I with teardrop pearl pendant i iI
Rose petals we orchid corsage
Mrs. Frank W. Stlllman. Mrs The' brlda'l attendants wore
Sandra Angellnl small couiln of president I Mr. and Mn. Hoak are making r- the insignificant differ-
Two hundred copies of South Seymour Dane, Mrs J. T. B. Me- I dotted swlis gowns mad with I
floor Homestead
the bride, who wore a I their home in
Dade Garden Club's pew Redlsni .Elroy and Mrs. f. P. Elliott high necklines, cap sleeves and I
bride
length white organdy frock: and a A native of Miami, the when inferior
wreath of yellow rosebuds. Little District seen la guides will be pre has lived In Homestead since her ence you get -

Qene Hunter carried the rings on. serited to out-of-stat guests by .MRS WHITNEY INSTALLS MRS. KRONE family moved here four yean ago
tat Women's Club of HOIl1"eld. I Redland v groceries?
a white satin pillow. She "ss graduated frqm
Jimmy Calaultt was belt man headed by Mn. Edw, 1. Krone! PRESIDENT OF LOOAL WOMAN'S CLUBas High School and was a member of
The Homestead club I II sending Jewelry Repairing on
for his brother.; William Angellnl Bet Club, school honor society
Jr., brother of the bride, Ronald also seven pints of mango chutney; Yellow gladioli and :yellow matter of ceremonies tnd Ihe student council Premise'
Clonlnger and Sam Accurilo were to be served at one of the official/ candles graced the T-shape banquet Inducted to aulit Mrs. Krone ker junior and senior WaUham. Elgin, Bales and
groomsmen, and Joseph Toman banquets table In Bamboo Tavern were: Mrs. Herman Helnlcln, first has been employed In the durln'l Other Nationally Advertised
and Joseph TorclM were ushers. Mrs. A. F; Arthur, director of Tuesdsy night when Mrs. Ed",. L. vice-president; Mrs. E. A. Buchanan County Agent Charles H. WATCHES
t.. The bftde's mother wore a pink Krone took office as president ot second vlce-preiidejpt; Mrs, E.W. Th bridegroom, who Wollam&Kendrick\
t.. l lere gown, and the bridegroom's, BUSINESS WOMEN ELECT the Woman'! Club ot Homeittad.Imtalllng : Burton, treasurer; Mrs, E B. bis education In New Ken.lnlton,1) GIFT JEWELRY
mother, an. aqua crepe gown, Both MRS, WOOD GROUP LEADER officer was Mn. J. McGarrah, corresponding secretary : tame her two yean ago to make DIAMONDS I
bad purple orchid corsage. i Bayley Whitney ot Miami, parliamentarian and Mr*. Fred Rhodes, Jr., his home He Is associated with\! j Phone 67. We Deliver '

f j For the reception, the Parkway I Mrs Praaeott Wood was elected of.the Florid Federation recording secretary. Wilson. .Construction... Co. I.., )
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1 -sj---, was decorated will( arrangemenu chairman of the business women's of Women' Clubs. Mrs. Wm. H. E. Arnaud I
1rMM1MtAt:cl 'AxnERSbr "Oil1 PERRtNE1 "" SI S. atreuM Ave. I .' nO .' .
lead Pfesbyterlai Church al the j"
alec. .Highlight of the buffet tup. Dad County Federation., Worn- JCoeds
per was a huge, .elaborately dec'I organisation meeting' Apr 14 1n en's Club, was special guest I HONORED HY FRIENDS WITH SHOWER[ .
l orated wedding" rake topped with the education building Mn. B. E. Mn. Richard H. Donovan served 1-:

figurines of, a hide and brlda-I Vihlen was mad co-chaltmanl, Mr. Cecil'Anderson of Perrlne mother of Mrs Anderson
groom. The cake was ..\'\ and Mn. Wm. R. Lounibury, lee"tartrealurer. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN was complimented by Mn. Cleora "f. Cake, let cream, candy, nuts

I.. Mr*. Roberts and Mr. Tony REMKAH LODGE MEMBERS Fisher and Mrs. Blanch Henmn and orange Juice were served by ii
Mrs. Frank L. Elvery led t devotional
Gucclardo, and punch and other
with a shower on Apr. 15 at the the hostesses,
drinks were poured by James Accurilo. service and Mrs. Rsy. Mrs. Jack Zimmerman' Mrs Fisher home
'Dancing was enjoyed) mood Hippo, president of the Ceo. H. Gann entertained' Mon-
DANIEL GRAY OBSERVES .a
their honeymoon la Miami Women of the Church.' spoke to dsy evening at the Zimmerman A plastlo apron was presented sjUTU
to Mr. I B. Fisher winner in FOURTH ANNIVERSARYThe
Each and Niagara Fall, the the new group. home In honor of the members of )
bride 1 dove-gray gabardine Mn Lounibury Invited the circle Liberty Rebekah Lodge who had a memory contest Little Carolyn fourth birthday annlyer-
wore
!'r Henaon presented the honoree of Daniel Gray, small son of
wry
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ault with white and black accessories to hold the May IS meetingat birthday anniversaries In April.
with the gift which were piled Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gray, was
end a forage of the purple her home In Gould Meeting The hostesses served birthday
orchids. Mf and Mrs. Cslsuttl will b* held on the second Thursday cake, fruit 'Jello topped with In a baby buggy. An original marked by I picnic supper on
of each month. whipped cream, punch end coffee poem of appreciation was read by'I Apr. 1In Crandon Park. The
Present, beside those mentioned Quests were Mrs. W, L. Smith, Mrs. R. J. Keen of Homestead, decorated birthday cake bore I
were Mrs. Oreen Rlvts, Mn. John Lee Mrs. Everett I lighted candles. I i
Mrs. Bruno Schmidt Mrs. H. C Douberly, Mrs. Fred W. Link Fifteen were present at a fish Present, besides Mr. and Mr* a
Merriam, Mrs. Roy Hiynes, Mrs Mrs .. T. Gorday, Mr*. O. H. fry given Saturday evening by Gray and Daniel were Mr. and I
HARRY MARKOWITZ Calvin Schmidt and Miss Ann Sullivan, Mr. H. 'a Beattl and Mr. and Mrs. W C Bailey at their 1 M.... Joe Moor and daughters., 4M
Plumbing Bellow Mrs. O. W. RevelL home In Naranja. Rosalyn, Diana and Melanie.
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Cookie and coffee were served

r balk Tab .M< Tallet by Mrs. Wood. 'IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY By PLOTNER' I!

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Water Healer end I rums.* Latin America was the subject (iywiv lY 4ADBRAKE$ J iuuartr loas+t tyOtJ 17'7
j'' Water Pipe, Ce,sr wrGalv ot the program given ty Mr. A. l A>l/N ibR A f0R A HAIf fO/lf{ A 1IltI K W AulRe1
*.le4 I. Moy and Mn. 8. F. Matthews
Veil) Pl>.* sad Drainage MM for W5C.S. Circle Two of FiratM.lhodltt
i! Church of Homestead SRAK>rS

i j COLORED Tuesday at the home of N.....

t, tLt1MBDIQ FIXTURES Frank Grleabach.
I The circle mad plan for serving .
the May dinner of the Men's
When... In Miami Beach visit our : Brotherhood club. The eoclal tf! + I
Bhowrpom at 1110 Washington service report listed 47 visit 20 ' Et7Alfi FtdlCfbRYTlhWOGL1NAft 1I1 !1
Avenue M-4SI1. bouquets. IS cards and SI trays. ;
I Present betide those mentioned i'1 1

On'U L nilhwar. N.. I were Mrs E. S. Cspllnger,
.war LJun Road) Mrs T. a Chlpley, Mrs' J. nRedd.
1M Beat* Plait Highway Mrs E. E. King, Mrs Harry (t Bird
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J. F. Foster, Mn. C. a Eaker.Mn. ,
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In and GroundHomestead During her absence her dauajhtajMalejiiV .. Morrow at the Polk home (aOMCOHM > CttOt. JOROAM, ra*. bees
will stay with MnPaeetti P1 11N.

......'. raNker. x.... Flaw. .. Mr Hd Mta. aV a I1aG4rale 'Isle.Cemetery CdetQUEMel OOftMB. .
'I end.. dau atera, "Johnatka ajtd Mf. slum. bah Americas Lhramr. freenly ptanaad .....
.I,*, U spend lid waik-eM III Hoto-Beoot 11 a.. Call Svadayanorauvi. home on U S 1 near Nqqq.

Tom Drawa bill returned 1 tUnlvenity Peteraburi.. ",,,,,* Mower Call pouf ata. . A. BroaHay. Redland rd 55,54.Open vaUabU tor MMQiarbulMtni.
of Florida after spend. .'. IM H. W. DUI It (Wtf) .t IImr Palm dr (atttf) 'VaUl price. .MM .*.
mg the Eaater holidays her ell a.....,,w,w.__nn___n__n_ _u_ &- -Mausoleum SONGS JORDAN. W. Kin* fltjrtay. .

rI hU parents, Mr. and Mrs. CMDrawdy JAMES AlCnZR BMTTH TS ROYAL PALMS, medium' tlarva ,. Pt' > n. 1t"" (all-U)
,The Rev and Mra. John 1VThltt I Mn Mont t Baker who la recuperaling . NEWT Downstairs apt tar S persons .
IIOSriTALMHha sash
I III to | buyer to
,
will leave Sunday night for from in operation performed ................ .__._...".. Waedlawft park CemrteryU private mtMMe, gaa stove J. remove. Mra W. 1C Walton, Red Lot IlilM, N X. Ilth (t, Home.atead. .
wl L, Ballard tat heuae W. of Seaboard -
Jickaonvllle here they at Pratt General Hoeplta, / w..tIt St, Miami
Mr and Mra. Bill tberents oLoulivllle g Btacayne end .
Avocado mtitf land rd. between PI, ... .. (Olttf)
W. dr. ( )
Bible study couraea tltat will on
teach return today to the hotplta Ky, visited la Na Phone ,eIA Waldin drtvea an41))
week at Murrey Hill Baptti after a furlough at her home on rata' Tuesday -at the horn of To Mr. and Mra. Anvils Taddl" A wide election ftt eeajwter* lot
Church of hlch the Rev. Carl Bauer dr. Mra. Baker aerved u Mr. and M..... H H. Graham of Homestead a eon on April IMWIml at Moderate nice available free 3-room upstairs apt, tu doer, Oraat Bartabu far Itaalneaa flat
HoweU U paitor. During her par nurse with the eipeditlonarforcw IHUeata large uMold eemetery ecs.agsCommmnlty freahly Katos ed, firlgtdalrl" 100-UJ. COOUMATOR Ice box, broom' frame house on I bin, 14eoconuta
dtta absence, Mla Louise Whll In World War I. Calvin Wood returned toUnlv.rait Mrs. Herbert Turner Mr Bvlra mausoleum ot 1,71: Com ate It. AIM down-.talr Po. Dodd Radio and Appliance, and palms peach and
will It.,. at the home of Mr and of Florida after spend Craig Ida John E. Robe crypts .ud akaea porch roam Mr.. Maud Chandlef 107 N. Krome ave, (alttt) avocado tree, chicken yard,

:N.... J. L. Kulp.tMr. J. H Roberta la nut again an try the Easter weekend at the Mina Shirley Plummer Dtaw. Silver" Pam dr. Ph.. "'-1.1 '.,500.
a ten-day inns home of hla parents, Mr. and MN Kelly, BiUte Albright and Ma alit) 10 HIVES BEES related Supplies
and Mra. Carl Wagner and< 0, C. Wood. Loiner *f HomaaUad; John AWllllami FOR KENTSlot and equipment. Very reasonable \. l-bedroom block building, (-TOOM

children.\ Mill Marilyn/ and Drug Mill Nancy Neumann and Mill of Idamonda' ; Mn. Small cabin, I rooms complete;, rhone 71J. (alSUB40 ) hones, good yard SS avocado n
,r . ''eoalractmi Nellie Johnson\ and David Welg furnished hot and cold water, $5a palm and coconut keel In yard
end M.... Wagner'a mother, Wn Marilyn Gould of BirminghamMich Rolland Q. Bell of .
J, H. Crosby, came from Mlam I and Robert Clark of Omaha officer for the Commercial Credit of Tavernier Paul Golsman ItarrtU W. for rrat-llxll feeavail month, On Redland rd, Rt I, | I'ONT1AtaUon wagon.ReasaAabla. '.,DOO.
Beach Easter Sunday to spend the Neb., house guests of Mr. an,< Bureau, was a patient this wed Kendall; Clyde Miami able May I. Suitable for an, pox Sly l28n) IM- Hades. dr"
.
Qoulda; Chaa. Millar of ; business Raskin (It S. KromaUMtf |-room' block house, I lot, ready
the Mr. ... Smith Hospital Ph. Miami 41JS11alSlt
Il day at home of and MnOarenc M. Adrian Jacoba, spent the In James Archer .of Hunt South Miami. I
and Mrs. Ethel Moot ( ] lit out In fruit keen, good placeon
,
Gra attended (
The )
group Easter holidays In Nauau. Mr l
W. Va comer for ,tore land ec.rlftW|
the pretentatlon of the Clark and his mother, M..... L. S Mr. and Mn. Carroll BI.h'i ington. PatliaiUMri. FOR SALE .
L Enter cantata at Silver Palm Clark returned Tuesday to Omaha men of Urbana, Ill. are parent i . B rtery A. Tibblta ot .Homo- ONE AND TWO BEDROOM fur* International tractor Super A. and Smooth ,IOCI.
!f Mcthodlit Church Mr Wagne after a visit at the Jacob! of a daughter Clarice, born on I nlahed kitchenette cottages, til all attachmenta new Used only Beet bar
stead. Can and investigate *
end hla family made their horn home Miss Neumann and Mb Apr 6. Mr. and Mrs. Blakemalhave and 113 .. .klr Including gas,., TMiLER.1-lm' utility. Excellent: law .days a A. Michaels. Per- .
U Redland when he was principal Gould will leave for their homes visited here with Mrs.. Blakeman' electricity, owiter, U", ,,,. Nitfdace tire, ,. Alan tarpaulin Miss Anna rlna 1H mi. E on RIchmond rd.mlltf. gain townJ .....
o| Redland School this week-end. .parents, Mr. and Mrs Blaki h for children Redland'Court. 11 1 Loehrle. Florida City, one ( ) R. BEVIS <
I W Stevenson Mn. Stevenson returned ;drone 114. -". (pall) I
. block south of city hall. (pall) I blocks from bank 1
I < Carl Llndgren of Couldi luf, Lawrence King, University of from Urbane on Friday PVLVER1ZED MUCK Sea earn. .

1; fared an attack of Illneu las Florida student, spent Easter with after a visit at the Blakeman UPSTAIRS l-BEDROOM APT. WATER: PUMP Crane Electric pie at S. W. corner Sliver fain .

| week-end and was taken to Jameis his mother, Mra. Viola King. home. SERflCt'' ) furnished Close In. Ph. B8J.R. Compute "NIU'tanlt'UI.. Mitt dr. and Cooper rd. ''
; Archer Smith Hospital Tuesda]; I Mrs. Alice Bethea of Morven, BUD I (dl) bel, Lochrte, Florida City, one CaIlI2l.ntDIAtmroL Den). Warren MorrUReilitered \ j
ha. was removed to Pratt General Spending this week at the home *,youth al hull (
city pall) Real Estate Broker
E In Coral Gables for further Ga, la a house" guest of her son-
lloipltal of Mr. IL J. Derbyshire In Florida and Immediate ServiceReasonable Rooms for rentGlidea Hotel
and daughter Mr. t
observation and djagnotli. City Mlii Jean Fair of In-law" ORCHIDS aVlI"Mat 1. III g. Krama Are.
are M.... R. B. Oorday. Mr and Mrs.Ralph Prlnl. bath Summer rates! by SO sheets and, I Rood brood sews.
I -- Flint Mich.\ and Mill Edna and Bethea of Jacksonville and week or month SIS S. Krome i. J\. Bevla I blocks from. bank, all times. IlomeatMd lion Phone"'III
(Dan Beard ua euperintendent ol Kathryn Tugsley of Grand Rapid, Jean and Johnny were ,Prices Ave (22U) (sI2tf) and Gift Shoppe, 122 N.W. Ith at,.
\ Everglades National Park, MM, .Mich: ., children at the Oorday car Ind ave. (alt))
week-end
guests
I l-bedroom frame house on Jot
Beard and their aoni, Dan and
home Mr. Bethea ia a brother of a.room apt* adults. only. N. WIth 80x150, ST N. W. 4th at, Home
Albert, have moved into the horns
and
Enter of Mr.
holiday guests .
Workmanship .I..t Ith 4. H. Roberts.allie
awe
I they purchased N. W. 18th at Mn. Kermit Gibbi were Mri Mn. Oorday. Quality ( ) TRADE IJIf! year eli CONCRETE BLOCKS, all due. steed, Ph. Miami 1-4145 or lee
Drure'a Block Co Naranja) Ma owner at 104S .. Miami eve. ,
Glbbi' parents, Mr. and Mr Miss Joyce Musgrove of Miami eenlnf' machine en a ,
Mr. and Mri. Oliver N. Cash ofMiami Peter Matcovltch, and her brother the Eater week-end at .. NEW... hone (73.FLOOR Miami. (OMIT)

1 are announcing the birth and aliter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs.. the spent home of her parents, Mr. ENGINE OVKinACL: UPSTAIRS 1 APT I.,bedroom private. entrance Ph01R. .
or
of an elfiht'pound! tourteert-ounc< Jack Matcovltch, all of Key Went and Mra. Robert Muigrove. o slltf I SANDING and FINISH- l-room furnished }house, 1H Ave .
ten In Victoria Hospital on Apr o ( ) : 'Dnte&ticSE INS install oak and pine tloon, and 4th at Ph. I7I-W. dJl-U) l

IS Mr, Cash, e former widen] Miss Mary Belle Clbbs of Mi.. Brown of Goulds Is MOTOR TUNE-UP asphalt' and rubber tile, linoleum r .
of Princeton, lived two yearn In : ami pent Fader here at the homeof Tommy relatives In Orlando and '.. BEDROOM APT, fcirnlibed Day ph. 811-W; nights 187-W. ,
Homeitead at the home of Mi, her parents, Mr and "Mrs.. U visiting Klaslmmee. FONT END ALIGNMENT I) prefer adults, no ,.... Jess : MISCELLANEOUS ,
brother and iliter-in-law, Mr. and M. Clbb : Oo umsn, Redland rd. and Mowry. ,
Terms to lull .
you tomestead Qlasa Co-Olasi for
Ph BJO-H. (slit)
Cash
Mri. O. ,D. :
t Mr. and Mra. E. W. BurtonMri. PAINTINQJBODT all purposes. We do steel lash I
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burton, SPECIALS lARDIN-Htullni. landscaping .
and the Walton 0 slating and glailnf of all types.
Walton
,Ptc. George Talley USMC. left Mn. Lula Free and Mrs W. D John Lee and Margie AND FENDER ,-ROOM APARTMENT adult' t'lard. refrlttraton nflnUhfi 201 N. Krome. Phone 173 topaoll potting aolU nand, rock
( Tuesday tor Camp LeJune, S. C.,: Horne expect to leave Tuesdayfor daughters Mary weekendIn REPAIK 1.0 S. W. ht at. (paU) and annlNd, $7 1.11 ill. Ph 14J-R. Write Rt S, DoC
Mae the Easter
leave here with spent
tafter spending a .
...A. Homettead.FREE
Lhli mother, Mri. Mike Riven. | vacation In Hot Springs.Dr. Fort Pierce with Mr. Walton 0SEAT Vied portable Ironer, Lots. II and 13 Blk. 13, Porvenlr.
who li employed there.Albert COVEE8. APARTMENT-I bedrooms bath, HIM Phone 2SJ-J. Mrs. W. H. Woody
F JO. D. Cash of Homestead waia Phillip Weitgate of Or. S ; kitchen, gas atovt, Frigldalre.o MrCrary Arcade. (mlllf) -Native rock taken out In
delegate from the local ear, ando, former staff member a1Subtropical Newton and a claismate VFDOMUSJNQUNDERCOATING children. Ph. U-R-4.. (pall) 4 ft Oetmliie DKIITREEEE: : 'I dynamiting for tree planting. ,
Station Good rock 1K bulldlofl wfill.
t penteri''union to a state meeting Experiment Herbert Hildreth of Penaacola, 'lull.2S for \
''held last'weCk' In Tampa. was a business visitor here this have returned to the University .ROOM APT, 170 N. W. 4th ith. laL porcelain fable-Up l-bedroom FURNISHED borne Ph. 404. rfiRADIO
week Dr. Weitgate II associated of Florida after spending the Easier roaaalooma P, 10!-5. (..$-11)) water heater, IW-M With fuest house on 1 acre 'Just
,"*Mr and Mrs.. F. J. Bylngton with' Shell Chemical Corporation. : holidays her with Albert's West of U. a I, TOTAL PRICE REPAlR-Qulck eervlea. '

have returned to their home In parents, Mr and Mn. '' J. H .I STORK; BUILDING located: at HARRISRefrireratlon 11500 with 11500 down AND AU work guaranteed Prime\ ,/,
Mrs J. A. Daugherty la LCMICATION aunt Robert 1, Brooke
.Qilcago .after spending a month recuperating Newton. 131 a FUgier are. Ph. '1. Co. TERMS TO reasonable
there ai house guests of Met. from a severe Illness GENERAL UPAlta i (..1511)I ) 1 CIVIl ave, 'Juat north of Palm
,'Byiniton'i dater, Mrs Chaa. W. at her home on E. Mowry at.Weekend Mrs Ben King and her mother 141 N. AromaPkae Beautiful l-bedroom hollow Drive, Florida City. Phone IJ4-W.

I Camp of Bauer dr Mrs. A. J. Yancey, left Sunday o IM tile home In excellent N. E.aecUnn ,
" J house guests at the A COMPIJmi aUIMrERTOBUDGET MW half-bag content mixer ; S-ar ,garage RE-. water .
itternoon for Mra.tYancey'a homeIn ( ."' d.eeeMMg,
r.'JI'ltHo.
, r rla.I, HlakMo has returned to home of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Atlanta Vhere Mn King win BCIII'la II&YIC& ;,:. _Pr!.! m1'!._ ,!_ <* w. (miSt) .!)utm 1)501 "/ '""" 1\1 pMII'fl! 'M1I1I'i'blna. MfUtn.pyl ,

\ the Unlveriity of Florida after Brown of Coconut Palm dr., wert14rl. visit Mrs.. Yancey >aa spent several : PLAN IP DEIttED. ,' phone ,...ft. ( ) ) ,
apending the Easter holidays In F. F. Whltten and her son, weeks her,. MlVkVWRECKEK 10 acres (already cleared) In
PAT Ai
Naranja with his mother. Mrs. J. Frank Forrest Whltten both of YOU. CITY OF HOMESTEAD Drove mowing Carl Endllch: Rt
.
\|R Hlckaon. Plant City Mr. Whitten was a Max Gene Turner of Gaffney, SERVICE | ,900.I 1, Bolt 481 HomeiUid, (old
classmate of John Brown Jr., at house of his $300,000 in Contract Orders LetchwortU
11 S.; C., li a guest e
Mra. Lula Oliver ia ill of pneumonia University of Florida. While here, wusina, Mr. and M.... Frank. L.' acres adjoining city limits hwy.(14U,
In Dado County Hospital. he party went sightseeing' In the for only 'Uoo.-on road to .
Redland District and on the Keys.Patty McIIwaln. Bird Chevrolet t Co. But Must Sell HOMESTEAD IMYTRONT
B-en, ion of Mr. Richardson daughter of i PARK. FLOOR SANDING and FINISH.INQ .
B. C. Murphy has returned ..Install oak and pine floors,
and Mrs M D. Jacobsen, hat re Mr. and Mri. Julian Richardsonof
1" K atreta* Ave
Burned to Unlvenity of Florida Miami, spent the Easier noillayi home from Miami where he was PLEASE LET US SHOW YOU asphalt and rubber tile linoleum.
after spending the Easter holidays with Nancy Brown. On house guest of his son-in-law u...... I'1a. THIS l-S-brdroom home FURNISHED Day ph. 511-W; nights 117W.
manufacturing plant
ben Thursday of last week, Mn. Brown md daughter, Mr. and Mn. Cecil Pkeaw M Local production metal' on double comer lot

IS and the two girl and Mra. Prea- Fenway.' Mn. Edw. Carter and and the only near school $6,000-TERMS. WE DO reliable watch. rep.lnnIIoWood
%",Mr. and Mn. Art A. Kramber ton B. Bird and son, David Letter ion, Bobby, spent the Easter 22YearaWUhChevrolet fully equipped power machinery I Jewelry McCrory Ar
set recently vlilted In Penaacola spent the day at a cabana at _k-end at the Conway home. HOME on I acres on KROME cade.: (alit) 4
with their ton, T-Sgt Art' A. Crandall Park beach. !Un. Carter' la a sister of Mrs. electro-plating system, south of Jacksonville.; ROAD for only $7,000 with

Kraniberger, Jr., on a brief leave 'onway' Leader $1,000 down) IF YOU 'HAVE anything tteeli .
lack Box A-187
Must\ sell for of capital.
from bit duties with the Alaskan Guests of Min( Betty McLaughIn U need anything visit
Air Command In Falrbanka. SgtandiMn. are her grandmother, Mra. Bob Pvt Glenn Dickinson of MaCDUI'leld . SEE THIS new''' CBS. lbedroom > the or Swap:IOU Shop. We buy mat.treuea i
Kraruberger and their McLaughlin, and her sister, Mist spent a short leave hen this Enterprise home with carport, 'Jalousled )- In good condition, itoyea,
both of reek with his Mr and 1 porch cedar closets and
three-month-old daughter Linda lobby Jean McLaughlin parents I r. Ice boxes ale The Swap Shop
Ann have bought a home in Fair- Florence, S. C. Mn. 8. L, Dickinson I MANY EXTRAS lIT S. FUgier Are Homestead

bank. Phone 40* ., ..
i" Willlama student .. ,.. .. CONSULT TJS ABOUtBUSINESSES.
Visa Lenora 'm""",'"'"''''''''''''"" '"''''''''''"' ''''''i"" '" "II'''''"'""'" .w'""" "'" N '"''''''''''III OI.
f:Mr.. 1L- J,pj; la viiiUng In at John B. StStson University, and .
HendersonVllle at the home of her Webster Wllllami, student at ANNIE FITZPATRICK Wt have a 'I'OCIrylo'" growIng floor Sanding and flnlihlngiAnphilt i !:
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aon-in-law and daughter, Mr, and nirdue Unlvenity, have returned MAYHEW $80,000 for $1,000; a 10- and rubber tUe. phone -1

Mrs A. F Barber, Sr, and on 10 school after spending the Easer Redland Road between Avocad and Bltcayn. Drlraa room hotel bldg. for $32,800 and 1IT-W.: (rochltf ., 1I
Faster Sunday was present at the holidays with their parent, MANY OTHERS.

!christening of her grandson, Mr. and Mrs Dan Wllllami of Pianoforte and Theory SEC ALEX LANIER' for Rim'"

!Gregory Modello. RICHARD FUCII3 drilling. Corner Krone ave.

Violin. Xylophone nano-Accwdloa Registered Brokeror NE 10th at Phone 5SI-TT., I J'J'and
John II. Hale SalesmanPh. t

Y 441 or 7M-W P.O. Dog US VFW EMPLOYMENT: OFFICI

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d 't.' Members of Chamberof Service free Ovid Sullivan em. I
ttT Coma erca ployment officer, N. KTMM and
1 I lib at. Phone I1SO. '


]! Hope's "B ndarized" Steel '



f fI Casement Windows Rhodes'<< Garage, ,:t

__ I K. K Ilk IT, t4 1st AYE -
(OnealU Chamber Canaairea BUg.)

I W. C. BASS & SONS Build AUTO TRUCK TRACTOR REED ;; \

! Tbt Mal ,dkfl.often more tliiQ wt cu:'" 'C; Exclusive Dealer In the Redland District Eipert Wer'-........ O.atm.tea4 a 1

bear It takes courage: to face the impact of Epsom: Dr. tad NewUai M. fK. .WKIGIFFCN .

w erA and Arm moludoa to form MW kaJbiuto \ With Our ,Lumber Phone 9115 (Night, 145-M) '

i fa tin taco i iYo NO JOB 'I'OO.IULL -. .- MO JOB TOO **% '

.r doctor ti sometime confronted with

I tin MUD necessity of advlaisg reeuicdoos in .1 U'. tiu safest and cheapestIn, the Ions; run.. re


b'aha' year, comforting.Moal romioa.clgat; Your may fs !be orlte denied. deuert 700.or Tbert laatronj a ROOFING COMPANY, Stroh 5 sturdy Utaher'.tkcs strong support' for t.. ., .


t temputioa to treat such advice lightly, to feel you Roofing of All Type your home-your ,walb,.your !loon; your beams, GENERAL O HICC

I r" bow Such your aelWeluiloa seeds better may than be your co Jotd.It doctor bet acv)k .dean> Solar Water'Heaters and anywhere file where quality ood.h needed! SALES AND SERVICE '

:. the. vary coda ,011 aeck. Carefully follow your doctor Sheet MeW Work


wkle Your pteicriptloM( have prompt aip lrt atwoUon at Air CondlUonlnf Radio and Appliance Repairs :'

; our. store Fan Ventilation W. D. ore.Co.-Iuc. LICENSED .Md INSURE!) .. f
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j i Iiunktlon CONTRACTOR I

HOWAM JOHNSON Fh. a I .

Free BaUatatea Hardware RANK and Building b NULL. Material OwanrU m I ,ELECTRIC :.- : i t I
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Glades Shop]|
Prescript i Aracaai A... 4IU1 N. Krome Are. .. Phone 277 r i

AOt CONDITIONED Cecil awe,sta. I. :Uf4, : N. Krome. :Aye at First SL Phone 298.! '

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gag 8k HOMESTEAD LEADEJt.ENTERPRDm Friday, April 22, 1He,

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ntH rtY .sjr IiItIM to Paeull+. T'weety ww: TE-ot rom
tan whether they are ruatcfloning lion of fttttnftn t4 ether ear* OOMTLBIENT
SPRING CHECKUPOF Imp Newer _riv. wM. .*>_ .MrLdMe 5Mrdeht.id ML AND MIS. GKA1IAM I three were preeent ATHLETE rooT
Brakes.-If you CM puA tht ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS On Beater Sunday. the rialtae BCCAUM
brake pe..lal i to within one .tad. -Meh* certai that both Dr and Mr. K. J. Onhwi from Pihokee were gverit) erf Mr '
AUTO URGED .. the floor', It ahMiM be tecpeeted. headUghta burn oti bed uaiwr. tttd ......*, and trek ekUdrM. J*., sd Mi*. Fred J. fuel.* it. its wMMlw: :elsee.- : :::\.
DNte Imes ..d. Meada. family. dinner parly. rVeeetw . te.Mwtsr OLapLp w
If the hnfcet pull the car to either tower beam, and that tall and a seers >IMI. IM _IM MB
m 'm m M
BY CHEVROLET aide when atopping they should atop light are working Stand In. W MAN'S CLUB OF REDLANDS INSTALLS bowered Friday dIM. wttk a .. | were Mr and Mr. Fred.. J :Io* anti, cep. 15k baonus
.
be Inspected end brought up to front of the ear with headlights. fry given by Dr.Orehaml parent.1 Stab* and Mr. MIlL Mr* Ceper __ T *
I .....4ard. If under euetomary M the lower beam'anil be terUln MRS. ART A. CRANSBERGER PRESIDENTMn. Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Grab..'. .. asuee
Detroit. Apr. !1-In tin* with driving conditions, It takes you i that they do not blind approaching -
the Jraffle safety drive of th.' longer to atop than previously, motorlau Keep headlight and Art. A- Kranaberger we aecretary; MeL W D. Mahaa" corresponding .
National Safety Council being this alllO U a danger algnal Have tall light lenses clean at an times. Installed president of the Woman's secretary; Mr*. Seymour
conducted this spring, motorist, the broken Inspected Dane, assteUet corresponding -
Club of the Redlanda
should five their automobiles a 1 Tlrea-If they are worn smooth Billy Brown Is IIIth( Man on Tuesday secretary; and M.... E. A.
thorough Mfctr checkup' E. L. If by Mrs. A. F. Arthur of Homestead Carter, treasurer '
they will kid more putty
Harrlc director of _vice for the! Irregular wear spots show on On Alabama'RiC1eTeam'Bill director of District 11 of Mrs Kransbergfcr! wa* named Used Cars and Trucks
Chevrolet Motor Division, Mid I tome Urea, It la an Indication of R. Brown of Homestead Club the State, The federation of Woman's club delegate to the General Federation '
too.". Installation meeting of Women' Pub convention .
Improper wheel alignment It la war high man,<*> ..*.University,/ held
"A thorough examination of well In any case to have wheel of Alabama rifle) team which won WM W. at the home of MraFrank to be bald next week In
brake, tires, wheel alignment, alignment Inspected In a regular second plat In the toiHhern regional Palm dr BUllman on Coconut Hollywood
steering, glass and light can service department rifle matches of the National The new president la 1849 organized -
easily mean the difference between Steering-If there I I. more thanan 'Rin Rang Awoclatlon' ,The room were decorated with the Toledo, O., unit of 1949 Packard 4-Door Sedan
life and death on the 'highway Inch or ao of play In the steering Apr, I In TuscalooM. The Unl Whit gladioli and dalale Gardenia Air Force Women, competed of Super
," laid Harrlg. "A prellml wheel, or If the front wheela verity of TentMeec*,topped Ala. corsages were presented to wives and mother of Air Force
nary examination of these danger are alow to react to a turn of the bstna'a score of 1)2 by.IS point 1>f.ra. t, T B McEtroy, retiring personnel She holds a life memo Overdrive radio air conditioner and heater
i polata on the car can be made by steering wheel, this feature shouldbe to win first pier' In ,the leant president, and tile Incoming oIU.ccrf bership In the unit and wa Itstint ,
the motorist himself, Chevrolet Inspected and brought to competitions.I president and she Is I a member Perfect condition throughout.
dealer are well equipped to standard Billy was top scorer on,'the.'Alabama Mra. M. A. Baker took office a. of the National: Daughter ." 1 \,
make a more detailed inspection dime-Check! windshield and (L team with >a tally 'of70. first vice-prseldent; Mrs E. It.Hannan of Isabella, St Vincent de *
of those Items on the car that the all windows for dlnroloratlon He I II I eon of Jot,. and Mn. IL .. second vlee-prealdent; Paul Circle, and of the Ohio State v '
owner may.think need attention' which sometimes la found In old Brown of Ilootealeajd Mr*. M. D. Brannon, recording Music Teacher1' Association. >
Harrlg !tinted the various points cart It your vision In any direction Winner otile', Individual - I. .
ef the car that have a bearing on la restricted by faulty glass matches wai/ talon C, Leonard Often f EASTER
PARTIES ?
Ire( safety, and told bow to Mter- It should be replaced for proteei University pf Miami with a GIVEN BY STUDENTS I I 1948 Buick Super Club Sedan

wore of S7S,out Of a possible 100TrTEWRITERd OF IIJIJ5. HOME, ECONOMICS CLASSES ,

.'. t .'J Mechanically perfect. Good paint-clean I'
Two,Easter parties were given teases formed receiving line towelcome' I ,
by the home economic classes of the 'guests who were , '
>RES r Mix Bertha Kill Hauinun at served at a table decorated In Inside and out.

Let Us Supply Your .. Homestead High School. the Easter' theme. \ I
Can. 4e year Welt a* well _.d a* Member of the seventh grade -
reaaosiable aa ..rM> ,Why aped gist entertained at an Easter egg MRS M. A. BAKER HOSTESS CI\
pear money eat ef tows Kee. U hunt for MU Mary Jacksons TO REDLAND WSCS. 1))
banns ad water BaMete4 grew den grade The colored Mr Martin I
eggs R..Davis reported
Lawn and Garden NeedsLawn ''All' 'enakee *f tjpewrller were' hidden In the school patio on the recent W, S C. S. conference 1947 Ford SW Base Stake Body Truck
b1 l the hostesses, and ,
bettf hi, peidaed repaired young refreshments in Tampa, and Mr Art .
were served in the A. Krantberger and Mr. M. E. Low mileage. Tires like new. )
New portable ly"_TlleiMladding home
economic room Tablet Wilson spoke on promotion and ,
tMchlae! were ayly decorated In the membership Idea at the meetingof

Mowers\ All work, guaranteed ,..E: (r**.< bunnies and tinted eggs. afternoon at the home of'Mrs. M. I.
'"f Power }Mowers\ Faculty' member were guests A. Baker. Mr*. J, P. Elliott pre ':
of the Sided I ,
oo(,. eighth grade pupils who t
.r. O. sex f M. nerved punch and Individually Present, 'In addition to those '
Lawn .
Sprinklers 1947 Chevrolet Ton Pi
/2 lup.
... phone .116-R decorated cake. The young ho- named, were Mr. Walter Baker, .
Mrs C. A. Brannon, Mra, Robert ,
. Garden Hose Dunn Mr*. Ben Trunwell Mr.. Has radio, air conditioner and heater.
Grass JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB MEETS A. C. Eaton Mrs Jo*. Lowe Very good condition.
c. Shears worn ttNDts) ricrmou "_*_ WITH BETTY JO JENKINS Mr*. Frank W Stlllman, Mn 4

Hedge Shears Niitlw' b' hmkr..:I'I a: liui'Utt asn. New oltlcen will be elected May Nellie Waldln Mn. L. Wallace
ill-Mi.. ..... kuMMW iutar tile rya.u II for Stephen Foster Junior Mist Elsie La rein and Mr Davit, .
... ..IM u> Veal Oil. ....Ur. '"t HIT Mualc, Pub, member decided .
Garden !Hakes a. w, ink at. Mumi ri*., i i..j. a ..t 1 : .
NWr. mlt a..Itb. Hw tint at ten 1 Apr. 11'.t a meeting at the homeof ART CUrB TO MEET ,, ,: ;'. .... i' .. 'f.1 ,.
CI..ulowt) *(, ""." -tr,. ,...$.. Miss Betty Jo Jenkins. Named AT IIAUSMAN HOME
Grass Broom HARRY. LKTAWCtWMT to"a nominating committee were The Homestead Art Club will Used Cars from 1937 up.: Used Trucks, 1936 up.

'(A... tet: tMM 4: into) Mia Marian Anderson Mill Doris' meet Monday afternoon at the
Craddock, Mill Gloria Gordon and home of Mn Frank Hautman
Mis Jenkins. All Joined In presenting The club painting group,
an impromptu progran taught by James W Eaton of Coconut -
MiamiTh Punch chenae sandwiches and Grove, will Meet In the city
South
cookie were aerved Present In park Tuesday afternoon. Thltweek' BIRD CHEVROLET CO.
addition to. 15 member, wereMrs. meeting Wit held at the
HUDWAHE IUILDIN6 MATtRIALNE42 ,Win. Muaselwhite and Mr*.I home of Mr*. T. J. Fitzgerald of
H. 0. Thurman, club counselors. Tennessee rd. A new member d
/l a HOMESTEAD. FLA. atre end Mrs. J, E. Jenkins, I wet Mra.. Preston B. Bird.

1 Chevrolet-- OldsnlObile

I block a. ef kHle'14ht. MDtste ...
., L By. : ', :' ) ... ,.., .
louts Mimt niM II4I1IBaturdai Try One Meal and You'll 119 N. Krome Ave: "* "' " i "- *- &" Phone,98


Return for Another at
contlnuout I to If p.m.
-Universal* I -Custom HulltM. Sunday, continue, I tell ,.ra.
Monday thru Fridays, shows Pasco's
t ;\ Jalousies -Glass. at T and I | p."m- -

......Mac., Apr; M-W
DOROTHTY LAMUUK. GEORGE Farm House Restaurant
Aluminum
,
MONTGOMERY, A. DECKER In Notice of Sale
"Lula JklleTvnk.WedH -
.;A' _...' 313 N, Flatter Ave. Homestead
'
Venetian Blinds Storm Shutters .Apr.'M-I7 .

Repairs Alterations New Buildings GLENN" ANN FORD 8HARPE,of TKRRY October"'MOORE, 'of Forclosed Lots


BUDDED CITRUS, I

Thun-FYtr An 'tltlX PROVOKING AVOCADOS
George N. McHugh Contractor O'BRIEN, R, STOCK' PERSONALITIES MANGOS THE CITY OF HOMESTEAD\ has foreclosed on the lots

"Fighter T D'Andrea Squadron"In OrnameataJa ef all kinds.CALKINS' : hereinafter described and the same will be sold at public auctionat

BISCAYNE DRIVE TEL HOMESTEAD 713KTELErnONK Qac etc Gutt HONU I the front door of the City Hall in the city of Homestead,

i Saturday, Apr M ewes wee rurrt ''I on May 2nd, 1919, between the hours,of 11:00: A. M. and 2:00: P. M.
ROY ROGERS JUNE FRAZEE Grove
TRIGGER In Co-Niaia toN w)vow vow Sunny The sale will be to the highest bidder' for cash, and the Master's

"Grand Canyon Trail" Him m uermto .takoaf, r ;Jett\ ncascar Deeds will be delivered to the respective purchasers. ,
Also DONALD WOODS, HOBBY MM I ML Weal of Florida City ,
? | r UIIT AU evd.
BLAKE In WMITM I rilONE MJ-W J
lINt
Sti iu tt r "Return of fin Tin TinWpa ,yog1 M NOT.We**.effUterto t !1 The lots to be sold are as follows:


t r s Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 5, BOULEVARD '
CauBenson
N. HI
,. I ADDITION
IWO snows DAILTI i and I r. M. "t"" !"",a
SATURDAY and SUNDAY eentlnuom I un It. \ C ; .. ,
A..d..1 AiulUi. NUht\ tool Matinee (till I ,. ....). See Electric Lots 20 and 21 Block 7 BOULEVARD .
.. ChlMre-i ado tea lei Ua U twHre. Ito (Tn lncl-
\ ADDITION t :
Last Times Today: Tanan's New York BENEFIT BY THIS rrlneete tterU, '

1'". Adventure" GOOD HEWS ..---.. Lots 18 and 19, Block 10, BOULEVARD .1.
'
BATURDAY Apr tS-DmiMe feature | rgrmJpE COMBINATION For ADDITION ,
I YULE RENII RIANO' In Dn'1 mil ..... bda. Wo4 ..bame . i
"JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN COURT VOUt.JjaMfTOWNrANI .. .t.a M.e1"a wr of IM"-uy s, n.ea__neea. Serylce'OrRepairs
Lots 5,6,7 and 8 Block 13 BOULEVARDa'
"I elsee sae -.we .11I ,_.... t
faces town)
the In
(Battling Maggie
toughest Judge
.teal -.: Cep aeN Is k'.ew .. -wtr _ -. .... ew..rw -
And JIMMY WAKLEY, CANNONBALL TAYLOR In ..... &Is gelag M Vbw ..e .... ... sun II lutca&LL I aDW'.I ADDITION
.. "OUTLAW llKANir sn. M* he.r*[* iWOtlA. to.,... '. < '''? ,'. : I'' t
f, A (Hia gun Holds all the ace gambling' ring kilUhi)' vkweMe '= Close' Wednesday {
ta leNt .sb.r" eaeaea M Eleetrk ramae, Sieve Lot 9, Block 14 BOULEVARD ADDITION
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wed
raw a w pee M pea Afternoons
IUNDAYa..
MONDAY. Apr. SMS
EDMUND OWENN. DONALD CRISP JANET LEIGH lak. pass lease, pew ie0eu.wtseae ,(l.nre( Heeilh Only) sad AM Other E1eotrioaAOUana
'1 and LASSIE In Si III. el.'L.a. .eel.. b.M.w,. : -J Lots 5r 15 and 16, Block 15, BOULEVARD

"HILLS OF JlO IJr>> I -'TH-r'. Mane k MM I== ADDITION
t'
., (Mad In Technicolor) t CMtltTUH. 1
4. ? clver1IIrll1., every kiss, too wonderful to miss) MONITOR ...,. . .
AddedMevee: CtcMlat.1 Carte *...,.. C..I.....' Fet 'aiUs lalag Ute keaelajt el w.e .. [I'Lots BOULEVARD
' 1ae1 laU"| rUe t 1'JAa '/.- kdwwwway be.. M5.''.''--I.wab...,paw eelbael teal.,... ,Phone. 442. t ( : Ij If, 1h: 2 and 3, Block 16, :

rasa eat lie OiMle. idea ADDITION
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. Apr. 767 M .7t ,flJ
CARSON. JANET PAIGE, DON DrFORE, DORIS DAY In USTU4 1'.s. W eJtk *'_ 'J I
-KOMANCE. ON THE HIGH SEAS AtC eeu awl"rb., ____lie" ) Lot 22, Block 7, DOWNER\ PALMS\ No.2.
Color by TechnicolorThe Isle. Maas Ylswa'04. Neel.
( aunnleat. toifgleat" ilrllest, happiest cruise in history Lad ew 'Mrs ..apes'a

AddedMexfca* Orduntn Jey Ride"* HB MiuixAl SkH.Freddie start; Martial aid tW-r.:lt aa.Msii S). ts.a. $1:.'.:' When in need call on us. Purchasers 'are urged to Investigate the location of the +s
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r -" lots and be the sale.
TW, CM ..lili.MnK- above present at 1
THIRSDAY KKIDAY. Apr. W-t ...bIe H.tjM II......u.
I t EDWARD Q ROBINSON. GAIL RUSSELL, JOHN LUND la ..... ... .. ............ Dated this 20th dar of April A. D.: 1919. '
, "NIGIIT HAS A ,THOUSAND EYES" _,__:..M S.ww.,. rz.';'t'"S'M Homestead Loan Co. ,
j (for good or you want to know what tomorrow holds -
td.Bi: '
a for y you derloey ae this picture) ;4'
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AddedtCaUllma".. Interlude,'' MMMl glare'"Beat: .4EdaeaUe saw 205 N. Krome Ave. Phone 113 I ss I ', if (, ... r" l ."n.'F.; .. EDWARDS. ,
*. faranosuil Slrartt rar meia New' '
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,: Coming Sunday'and Monday May -OALtANT. BLADE _. + r... r Collateral Loan -SO.OO to $300.00 OtyCkrk
! W. with Larry Put. "' ..,. I-I shah

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