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 29, 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: VID00658
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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' '. '. The Rcdland District's Reliable NEWS paper' Since i912'( ( .


,38th Year No. 17 .. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 29, Ift49 ,: '.' \ / Price 5 Cent








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L 1. ... ':: I> : : Proposal For New County I








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Local Robberies Believed POSTOFFICEASKS From a Selfish Standpoint. . HALT TO SECESSION EFFORT ; :


IMPROVEMENT' (An Editorial)


Solved With 'Promoter'Irving ALLRURALBOXESA in Homestead From a purely{ would selfish have standpoint everything a to newspaper gain and VOTED AS NEARLY 500 HEAR


t. campaign to bring local rural nothing to lose from the creation of Redlands

Arres mail boxer up ttf the standard required County. FACTS AND FIGURES PRESENTED J

Spitzer's by the poet office department -
There would be a county delinquent tax list to
will be conducted here the

i tint week In May .i put of! advertise each )'ear-which probably would add Furniture Store tats [ Nearly five hundred resident .. .

Rural' Mall Box Improvement from $2,000 to $: ,OOO to annual advertising income. Contract for WarehouseA of the Redland District at e mass l
Several local housebreaks are Summer Half-holidays
CONTRACT LET Week, announces Postmaster S Revenues from publication of legal notices-now meeting called by proponent et

thought solved by confessions of JJegin Next WednesdayThe E. Livingston nearly all published in Miami newspapers-would $10.000 warehouse for Homestead I I new county ot Redlands, voted .
Irving SpiUer to, of Silver Palm furniture Co Is being constructed
dr. arrested on suspicion after he first! Wednesday In May FOR MARGARET A personal survey\ of the rural possibly bring; as much more. Job printing for the by Contractor H O. Bar overwhelmingly Monday night
has been set as the official date boxes war made Tuesday and various administrative and judicial departmentswould ber. against separation from Dad ,
had 'been seen Inside the homeof I
for the summer 'half-holiday ANN'S NEW STOREContract Wednesday by Assistant Postmaster be another big source of added income- Th concrete block storage, County.
Miss Mae Riley of S. W. Firs to begin. A survey this week by
f
A. V. and individual building, which will be BO by lot They did so on a call for a
Phillip an. -
Chamber of probably the biggest of all So much that if
st. The arrest was made Apr II the, Redlsnd.District so, a feet, will front on the alley In
by Constable: Pete Morgan and Commerce revealed that the poll was let Wednesday for letter la being ant each ; new county were set up this newspaper would immediately back of the store at SS N, Kromeeve show of hands after ,hearingCounty
the busl telling him what his box Commissioner
office and majority of patron Preston B.
who a construction of a building at the alongside the company's
back
Deputy Sheriff Thorn Ford go into the job printing business.
nest houses will conform but that need to bring It up to the warehouse, Bird of Homestead and County
northeast of N. W First present
found donna of pieces of jewelry corner standard
the drug stores, beauty parlors
Publishers of Budget Board Member Luther U
in I search of Spitzer' home. axed. chain stores expect to remain it and'Jlrat eve, for MargaretAnn "The purpose of thli program neither newspaper have any

;,Charge against Spltser are awe open throughout the summer Super Market Dimensions la to Improve and remedy bad children in the schools of the Redland District now. V.F.W.\ TO FLOAT Chandler ot Ooulds argue against
week the conditions that exist In eonnee- the spill, and Richard H. Donovan e
ot breaking and entering. Effective next podoffice of the structure, which will face Therefore-etill from a purely selfish! standpoint
19.untl lion with rural mall boss thai .
will close each Wedpesday Homestead automobile denier -
one count ot grand larceny and south on First si, will be 10 by of course-neither newspaper would be directly
at noon, with the exception of one have been In use for a number of BONDS TO FINISH and Mr*. Polly ROM Bait of
Jme el petty larceny. He waived stamp window, which will remain 110 feet. Adjoining the buildingwill yean and to correct similar con- affected by the deterioration and demoralization
the Redlsnd District News
preliminary hearing Wednesday open until, o'clock l : says PosU be asphalt parking space for dlUoni that exist In connectionwith of the schools if competent teachers had to quit argue
100 ear. NEW\ POST h HOME tor creation ef the new county ,
piece court and buster S. E. Livingston. In conformity some of the newly erected
the wasfeleased
Justice M : when received less
The new concrete block buildIng they than day laborers earn.
pay
under IJ100 bond to with the general practiceof boxes; Mr. Livingston tayt"It i The vote was' at least ten to one

wall action of &the grand jury. the local business houses, the present will Margaret provide quarters store for the at has been found front'a *ervice Moreover it would be a pleasant thing to be a Arrant-Smith feet V T. W. against. tOCHdln, any further."
.1' Since K Florida. tramwYrxJtrySpltu nice Wm'e IIUnuI.thl Wedi W'th: standpoint boxes that are hot voted Monday nlgM to I bnoprppratebrder I Called by the Redland. District*.
'
sesame ,1
... ,?I day afternoon, elating Jhnbughouft 17 N, Krome eve, I Is teased protrly erected er wMcji are note ", big>flOg Jn_ small puddlt,..of.Redfandj County1'MteUi tb lI ri .
bad repretenWalimwelt a* a real Tuhtrner.!''''.,. i",TW ""..' "''i'' lrM&D LauM1.Tbd Jaa .......,... MdMd11tretard &:ot x''' rnalHroM / Fbht ftdt"fS /ot// :::::tof ""i iltt see afaUn' 1 eeput
hew a year to run yet Store Manager the delivery of mall and nrwMbpver.t the <>wan ystories d'1
estate buyer, salesman and pro- Geronlmo Ansel Barrow aid yesterday expos It to damage from th County-and} the same goes 'f r.It the would-be" 10 finance ompletton of the new In the'Miami dUlles whclrcul.1e
Marshal W. J. home The bond will beerfive
hooter the store Mill be subleasedfor office-holders post
so elements. county of course. down here and by radio
rent interest. ,
On 3-Month Sick Leave I that period. "Aside from a service standpoint 1 per broadcasts by opponents of county
Barrow could not confirm' or' the pout office department BUT-a newspaper should'be regarded as n New Commander E. B. Me- division. Despite a light rain Just
NEW PROJECTOR Wm. J. Geronimo, Florida City Garrah presided at the meeting
marshal for the past 20 years, deny rumors that a J. C Pennyor asks rural America to take another public trust, an institution for safeguarding the which was adjourned early to before time for the meeting, me
Holley chain .tore .would occupy Chamber t Commerce
the direction of assemblyroom
In
war granted a three-month leave the old store and Margaret step public welfare-not an instrument for self-glori permit member to attend the
BOARD GIFT TO I space making our roadside conform to was crowded when Richard w
of absence the town council man meeting on the question Of y
by Ann president, Marshburn, the pleaaa.nl pattern of Rood taste fication and self-aggrandizement. The Homestead Fucli, local real estate broker,
1 Tuesday night on account of lit In Miami could not be reached by and serviceability which are enIPproprl.te Lcader-}<;nterprisc has'several times examined all county division. Named to represent named chairman of the Redland ., *
health. Mr. Geronlmo's son-in- the pat at the state convention "
GRADE SCHOOLPresentation telephone. County committee, called 'the *
law, Richard Schmunk, part of our democratic the phases of May IS In St. Petersburgwere
war appointed 1 Completion of the new store Is way of life. Over every road proposed division of Dade County, meeting to ord.r.Comml.llonl'r .
acting marshal. expected by July 1. LInton Con- and drive served by the two and I each time has reached the conclusion that the Monroe Leaner, Wm. Wainwrlghl Bird. the first
the negotiations Edw, Weiss and Mr. MeGarrah.
by county'achool
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board ot a new projectorto Incompleted council action on the prevented proposed - nor I* the builder.PERRINE rural route emanating from the time is not yet, if we are 'to maintain our schools, sneaker iii oresented.* said that lead ,;
travel visitors erddp move of this mgnl
Ntva King Cooper School contract for the development Homestead from all post parts office of the United our roads and our bright.. prospects,on a standard tulle and importune has a great

",showing rakes possible of educational simultaneous films at Park of by Bryan George Edwards Vlnlng Memorial Davis of! PHONE States, viewing our national park unsurpassed anywhere else in the state of,Florida. RAIN RADIO I affected responsibility"to the people of the ',
Redland area.
known
school and ..tJlomeate.d the Aluminum Company of and our widely ,
the elementary district Neatly erected and painted Therefore this newspaper is I opposed) to the TiiaUleadershlp" ,' said he, 'Is 1

kises a projector High bought School, by which the factory America site.in return The for development a six-acn TOLL TO MIAMI rural mail boxes along our current (or recent) attempt to split the Uedland PARK ALLIESIN dcillngjBRh the future of ourchildren
lend much at- ?*their education and
P. T. A. several years ago, reports blueprints and the contract had roadsides can as I District off from Dade County J.
their health. That I I' |
tructivenen to our community as leadership
Principal It- B. Blackburn The not been finished Town Attorney TO END SUNDAYCancellation
new projector also benefit pupils Ernest E. Roberts reported. do neatly kept yards, lawns and The people can be trusted to do the right thing FIRE FIGHT dealing mine, and with Its value your, and property Is charged and
shrubbery.
of Florida City School who from attend --- - of' telephone toll "Clubs and community groups provided they are properly informed. They had the Increasing rainfall and Improved with responsibility to see that

1 to special I clock! film: each program wednesdsyafternoon I Pastors Plan FirstFellowship I charge \between>> Perrine and Miami the nation over have done heroic right information on county division at the mass equipment are proving valuable facts>> are presented-not wishful

achooL Mrs. Meeting will Into effect at 1201 work In renovating and painting meeting Monday night and allies In protecting Everglades thinking
at the local go : dilapidated boxer [ they proceeded to do National Park from the ever "Th statement has been made,

H. G.' Thurman I* visual education -: Fellowship meeting will be Sunday morning under order of "It Is the desire of the pat the right thing-overwhelmlngly turned thumbs present menace of fire, Park Su- and Appeared In the press. that

'director for the elementaryschool Initiated! by the Redland District the Florida Railroad and Public office department that rural mall I I down on creation of a new county at this time. perintendent Beard said yester the people were dissatisfied because -

: Ministerial Association with a Utilities Commission.\ boxes and their supports be kept of the expansion at Jack
to HobbylandIn
A trip Tropical ......I..tM...._ and that the names of day.Installation of new iM-wttt ion Memorial Hospital That I I.
There are about 300 phones In ---- w
Miami and of the Fuchsbakery /
a tour fish at 610 Monday evening
fry :
the box owner be painted on the radios at the park headquartershere untrue, because the voter In the
In South Miami were enJoyed at First Baptist Church of Home- the Perrine exchange which Includes side of the boxes visible to the !SPEAKER\ ARNS'OF Outdoor Stage Setting and at the Coot Bay ranger area from Peters south voted

Tuesday by pupils of Mrs. stead, Guest speaker will be Maj Cutler and Peters but carrier as he approaches them. For IIJI.S. Junior Play station effect better co-qrdlnattnn overwhelmingly for the bond
Ivan Moore fifth grade who I'
Rutledge Smith of Florida ,
City the Perrine residents will have should be painted In between the headquarter and Issue
Th name TAX "
made the trip in the school activities retired railroad executive World BURDENIN At I o'clock tonight, the junior
The statement has been
m.de..nd
1(4,000 new number to call in neat black letters approximatelyone park boat and patrol carl Beard ,
t bus.The five- War I veteran and chairman of the Greater Miami Exchange. In Inch high. Each rural patron class of Homestead High School aay*. Car now can keep In communication It appeared in the press. that

acre school.recently-acquired plot between N. W the selective service appeal boardof order to avoid a' breakdown of 1 It assigned a route and box number SOCIALIZATION will present "Rip Van Winkle-i anywhere from Fort! the people were not satisfied with\
Tennessee. be ed a mall address, the Lauderdale southward to Lon their representation on the county
service from a deluge of calls to u a on school* outdoor stag*.
Seventh and Eighth street 1* Entertainment features will be
should be used to insure The radios being Installed commission: That t II untrue and
Perrine subscribers and both Key. are
being act to grass by school custodians. a song session and a volleyballgame. are being Dr. F P. Archer Jr, of Homestead Rip Van Winkle, a* a young '
list election thst
asked of mall. However by Dodd Radio and Appliance. the proved
delivery
by letter to make ,only, prompt man will be portrayed .
'. __ necessary calls the postal laws and regulations optical officer for the European by Bob>> "The statement .has been mad
and
Roper as old
Perrine subscribers are required provide that the route and box theatre at the close of World Tom White The an other roles man, r.i. Aerial .check ,I II being kept on thaI w* get nothing In return for

t1 Valdez Mackey\ Will Be Crowned QueenIn I to pay the Miami telephone number shall not be painted on I War II, cited dangers in the proposed be played by'Joyce Ann Layson'W a bad fire raging northwest of our taxes. That U untrue. and I

I rates.Proposed. the rural matt boxes. Where these oclallution of medicine, Joyce Morgan, Betty Turner, the park In the big cypress country challenge anyone to supply true.
Annual R.ILS. numbers now appear patrons will Ibe I Mary Lou Beard says a* a shift of figures to the contrsry."So .
J Celebration Musielwhlte
May Elvl
Day dentistry and
I 'nomed to remove th._* optometry In a Shores, Doris Lewis. wind could send the flames leaping therefore on the basis of
Louise
talk to the Homestead Rotary Club the foregoing, what U the moUvef
Highway to Be only the name should be paintedon Strickland, Norma Jean Foster toward the park
Valdei Mickey will be crowned Jones; Shirley Forsythe John Theme of Lions Debate the box. Wednesday noon In Parkway Martha Jane Greer, Joyce Walker I em Inclined to believe about M
; queen of the May at tilt'aMull Agnew Ann Hathaway, Jack I The department does not prescribe Restaurant Norm Jane Hatcher Shirley $5,400 Addition Planned per cent of the leadership ot this

May Day eelebration to be bald ,I I Ceckler; Geraldine Lewis, Jimmy An open .discussion of the' any particular type of support He reminded the club ot the Greer Faye HlllUrd, Roberta For Manse stove stem from politics and the '
Monday In the patio of RedlandElementary Mackey; Marian Goasman, Roy meriu and demerits of the proposed to use for rural mail boxes. old saying "the right way and DeM.Uo. Martha Lee Davis. Emma Presbyterian: other 15 per cent item from ants. .. n
School j I Sunken' ; and Jerry Smith, Dale highway to parallel the (Continued on Page Two) the government way," and recalled Jan Rives, Barbara Conner tarlywt trucUon of a ".4 Information-or no Information at
.J Parents and friends *f the I k Seaboard railway Is slated) for I that as commander of the Mary Lou Lawrence, Franc* ddllion. to the mans of the *IL\ :
echoed are Invited to attend the Billy Rice Leroy Rodgers and next Tuesday evening by the Glade optical supply service In the Paul, Dorothy Doubarler, Jui Homestead Presbyterian Church Many of the statements appearing a
all-day fete which will open with I Kenneth Jones will be heralds; Redlsnd District Wore Club. One! Plans for Park European theatre he had received Taylor, Rocky Sincor,. George la planned. In one of the local paperthe

a court procession at I:JO. After Myra Jan Bashor scroll reader; of the speaker will be John T. To Be Made by Architect e shipment of thousand of Inferior Sprinkle,,Bill-Horns, Joe Kerley, The new CBS unit which will past several month have been
5 tilt crowning *t tilt queen by first .grade girls, flower girls,, Bill, Miami reporter and radio lenses bought by some government Jerfy Cox, Joe Bsrger, Lonnle be added to the west side of the without foundation and In total
Principal\ W. K. Rle,, a and commentator. Detailed pUns (or Everglades procurement department"We disregard of tile facts . Th recent
program Patsy Albright Roger Reh- i Turner; Steve Torclse, Kenneth manse, will Include I porch, dinIng -
Of entertainment be presented field, crownberr; Rosemary 3. J. Carney. Jr, of University National Park will be worked had to use them, because McCord and JoJhn DeMello. room, bath and closet spec. !Instigator of the revival et(
I luncheon will be served at Nets and Charles Angel, trainbearers of Miami apok on ecodomlceTueday : out by Carl Hansen landscape we had to produce a* many as the new county Idea-and aot.
noon, and a track meet will close : and Johnny Wood, Jester a ladle night tSelecJonj architect and park planner, who 2900 pain of glasses a day," he I well-thought-out-plan ha repeatedly
'J J tilt festivities at I 'clock. Th entertainment for the queen ware sung by a girl* quartette U expected to arrive here this said. I IOf. J. P Rules Justifiable Homicide -I not dealt with fact
For gene coronation, tilt queen and i her court will Include I from Redland High, Schoolto week-end from the regional office Archer pointed' to the high about the operation of Dade
win wear a white organdy formal baton drill by the second grade, piano accompaniment playedby In Richmond, Va, says Park cost of government hospitals a* And Accidental Death in Negro Cases County affair and I Ia not txpected
with a royal cap of orange satin tumbling acts by the first grade Miss Barbara Cooper. Superintendent Dan Beard. compared with civilian hospitals. I to Intht, conD<<\Ion.-

weeping Into a court train. She boys>> coq umbrella drill by first Named a* delegate for the "'Oovernmentpltala' cost J Citing source from which
will be wasted by James Hooker. grade girl, and flutophon band Jons International convention to THE WEATHER MS.OOO a bed, where civilian Hearing on two negro murder Louis Pearli Mae diet el(monies would com from the date
Her attendant In pastel formats and rhythm band number by be held In July In New\ Yost emcee sr eases for seaess. hospital are constructed, on an case resulted In dbmlsals) yesterday wound from a 1J-gui shotgun i toward tilt support ef a new
with matching. picture lute and I third grade. pupil Junior Graham I I were T. E. Kirby, W. H. Oven*,. .s_ arc,. N-,e """* averag.at I,5M: per bed," beaid. I. morning la Justice of the en Apr. 21 In Dad County Hoc,county, Bird cold It* hare .&.race

gloves, will carry May basket el : will ere a clown: act. Highlight H. H Conord. Gee H. Cooper and, sees lU....'..) ... (pre Peen.Vernon W, Turner" court pltal. track money would be from
spring flower\ i ef the program will be the Maypole E. H. Gallaher and for th* state Apr SI ___' IT Gl sass The professional' men ,,-1aaIIn. 'TM verdict Was Justifiable A verdict ot accidental death i 3a,000 to 170,000 a year. During '
Dorothy Eso el Udy-ln-walting dance by sixth grade girls i convention to begin la St Petersburg Apr. U. ,_..... IT II 1001 the service under socialized homicide In the hooting of wl given In the shooting ol[the war, however he, pointed out.
, will. \ escorted by Hugo Villas 1 In pastel formal Girl from the May 0. President ia*. M. Apr. U----I* U 2$.$l 0(1 medicine *i Individual are much Prl May Wilson by Louis. Sarah Lee Jones by, Jimmy Jefferson ..th*. race ..track' were closed end
J Attendant and their escorts will fourth fifth and sixth grade will Shaw John R. Grave, Pfcul ...- Apr t4.__ M IT 21M better off than under the private I Wilson who testified. that she shot In tilt Homestead vngr*.I i there was BO revenue to .thr.counties : +
be alba Cooper Carl Moe- slag during the dance. I ner, a... .Con, Arthu* Gude Apr. tt_ II IS MM enterprise system he said, accord Pesrlie Mae In self defense after sertion Both hooting were In /rom.thl seuree; there- ,
Icy Margaret Wilson, Jerry Underwood I After lunch, pupil will participate Not C Carmichael Kirby. Owen, Apr. M_ M IT MIS ,Ing to their experience In aortal- pie litter had wielded! I ho tint VMtigltedMorgan. by Constable.x IYMtu'1'1a. sound financing H Ahould,

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TKO HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 29, 1949

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TheLeaderEnterprise ....,..- I "TrasMtarsiiatam of .. vaoaatM I MASS MUTING receive .Is beesoNo> .44M.. II the rankest kMLIf
at the comer: of Krom eve The lime percefttaa *JBW. w* aW pall .*4on ... =

The Cadabeut Mown s.. ,is*) a aarOan pot (CMss..*4 IMgjg) Pk.e On** to ngwls ta .* aqM.eaatiadndktln -= Ohedb iaou..us..M
.. I.M bag. directed by T. J $ .. laa
20 Years *' not b* nakuiisil (a aa galling, v Bay /Muss
...... r tNbif Ago -I I aoure*. II I hilw.. krof *d cu
,, By lute WkJUag Famyra nnsMis 'T::
t;
if I Mow Twr. Misses. UicilJ husker Iowa he laid, could 1,0. .. .Is ...."a -y = KARKOTEI7KDEIBODT
1'YhIM. triolQoo M IM ./era. ktwr and Lillian Brown and Miss be frees the soul. gasolin. tM-
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A.r-Ww4r, r.d. 0.-. Ile".,. 1111arch. a.. 1J I ..nin.. -p.a..a1-bill- .of. aea..a lwal.w.M Oa Cbrlatliaim is mnilULlJirer I from the t teak wkMi pass .> Mr. Doesvagb speaking" after aeed rt* unt hOmess. and

After UM tajatnwt. Wl I told; N,. ...aces M .... -ee.....M...a.... (,....... from Flortda.. lists. I all M counties/ to pay on bond* Ceanlissiwet ..ltd, said several criticized the lack of county gar- .
aloADp11.. my Brest.!*. friend If sM weal I p4 Inc. .a =-o.n in. Imp college. for Woaaaa ." I floated .during. the twos lieup anew eewtUet of apatawianataty .'.000 bare aervke.
....M1M MwwAe .. .ea ._ aM.wb have population, which would b* about Bird countered id rebutlal by MIQTICTWJC
*] eamrtywoakl to assume
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le afcawt* I would appreciate Dill aW. II. IMP, "Miss lather Lltrlnsjtan ... .
: IiAdB a 1ICIIfUau fcer help fat clarifying some of the!I eelYed her teacher's 111* cerUfieaU I Its proportionate ahar of the UM population of the ....... pointing out that ferb*.** service

\' YSIMpeLrM0w6IY1ow various subjects we bad been dlscuslng. . and eipecta to begin bonded indebtedness, gas tax reWM newt), -finance themselves it a special service set up by
work
.... .a. ...... ytetralnlp.w a replied, Tin never I nnmmWIJRlmmllurmrnmmmnlim. on a master'a degree at the aum. I ( would not be a figure to with the face track revenue, and petition and available to led Stops Underbodjr ,a
too Bred to bring better understanding .., bas been mad In the mer session of Florida State College b* reckoned with, h* pointed outFrom the gas and cigarette Ux and find dent for a fee, and that the dU-
IATXI t bjftma the A4i.ncu for Women . :' this. source big Dad County their Individual taxes- immeasurefely trkt A ajucstlpn bad said itwanted Rust, Itattle and.RoC,.
I. ..... Oreawt a w. till. . ... """bIIfa... !Mill My of Homestead. For the- I new receive about |MM a I lower." I no part of such service. ,
....r. .Ia.. ., AI"_ ..... Tb1*women throughout Argon- Vicki Urn In the South alone the The Sunbeam of UM Baptist year "'We.... a fanning. community At the end Chairman ruch \; f
O. . :!'.: ::-r.,, ati' Slain tin* PHIlo hav been given spbt on the question of slavery Church went to florid City bay I Th state school foundationsubaidlies / Mid he. "and wtld. operate on old that b* guessed the thing to Applied under pood,fenders,
r1) la 1861, Northern' and 'Southena'MtUlodiltl . Tboa mho went were Alt, I smaller scale than! I ,. to snake eipert
the to "tl under the new each teaching tint)! to a the mctropotttan do now aa an Boor and chassis. Keep* ,e"
., ,,. ... worshipped a* MM Katharine and Ellen Vann. JuneHartmen area, with fewer and loar- survey' of the potential Income of
"IS"4 M / err war government In August My church her s ,boo a year, graded downwardaosordbig and old can young.
a-"*. IS. 11* M 11. f*, "'MM M Brttifiaa friend explained, Thea Sunday The Soutl Xstell Bo*en. Eunice to cladfkationand *rJaried ott) Uls. -w* have M the proBoead nw county and of can MW'
HM..M4, Hvite. wSw (to M d Methodist minister was In chare Walker, Chariot! Williams Margaret j crime and would of rjrder i your Karkote Job
.II. ,. .. 1"w : vote! WiG not seJv problem of the service held In length of service," old Bird, "but wave need M the Unute4 cost setting |/4. '
the North and France McOarrah extensive law enforcement bodies." and operating It now..
"until thou women are trained omin Methodist! Church . Th Dad County pays an average of up
t union Jan Brown', Valerie Fitch. MarieMuckenfuss Mrs Lawrence Pope of Redland Mr Adrian Jacob auuested
civic and social obligations : j II000 to iJ.600 Should w* lower I
African Violet that have been denied them for was voted by a Joint commltto James and Milton,: this standard!" asked If h* was familiar with the that the chair ask for a skew of
from the two churches, and
approved Fletcher Sotkey Cuthman Are I mall county schools In the eoun- hands whether the meeting wished

By' Abate Maikew ntsaalrlck generations.Then she translated the follow-I each denomination by the higher. .'*officials Df and mend their Felix leader and, Min Dottl their"Th operation cost of maintenance school: bullelngs.'Insurance -I tics visited M them.mentioned Ht replied and U that he bad ht any further action: on tie question Tenet One-Stop ,
Bird added
African .*.). nay bi vtoktl. log for me, "Tbe eeeeUUVpower La""Mrs. R.Inet.1 I deg. must be financed and a recommendation
bad
J. B. and not seen them personally.
"Dr. Tower U to
Joe "those
But to rreaUd the cf ...11- entirely taxes* h* (hat wUlln
toM department tp m county ,
m* a .
nteam area I Station
I Burton of Homttd Said Mrs. Pope, ,I have and "
/ and Mrs. b added.
t*. (tewey, Lance and protection for women. 3. A. McN Hl I* aid "and then costs on the five you share In th *xpen** *
HUng and blooming hi tht 'J'bemar, of labor and wel- Blanch Chap,"" of florid City meta when she was called schools: In th* proposed new county thouM. Clarence J, farman rephrased
northern postured . la' ,. created a national m mml.- have been nominated for reelection the Illness of her sister Mr*. In sddrtton to teach,,.* salaries. Luther Chiller who cam to the suggestions Into a notion for
When underfoot It wai soft and I ton 'cf apprenticeship and vocakwal to.tile local school board... ." Q, Johnson b'l!, from local fares are considerable." the district aa a boy and hat lived a show of hand for or against K. a DONE: SON
her ever sine, Mid that M a this
r In the curriculum I Cstablirtimtnt\ of subtroptc Last the Installed in county secession "to atop
igooey guidance a "Mrs. E. J. pacettl and year gates member of &hi budget board (for j N. Xra Ave. HeaaeateaJ
I though new, has been drawn branch agricultural experiment Miss Montese, returned the canals to protect South Dade dama foolishness.1ruchs
which h receive h had
no ) *
F, ,m; the first warm sun of early; up I course,.by the national commission station In Dad County has been Tampa when Miss Montese agriculture against lilt encroach. Just completed a survey pay of padlCounty's put the question and the
Miring.ven of apprenticeship to teach Indorsed by Wllmon Newell, stot a contestant In the state ll'OII\J mint from bay water cost $200.000 .- need* and therefore WM band 1"11lurther\ action for ,
: the famed tftutu was' /home economics as well as civics' director. ." contest! -which alone was IM.OOO familiar with taxation problems I a new county were heavily In the I

much Iras shy, to help women lake their rightfal "Wm. J Ceronhno was iworn more than the arts paid in taxesto In the area."Have majority.
>for wood* vtolets. out fortb IIO! place In th.* family and community In aa acting marshal of Florid ,1' the county, the Homestead you calculated the taxes from the back: cam. "1 whoop; l 'OWITZ :
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Mf ." I that stops .
commissioner said.
fragrance guess
HAIWYPlumbinf
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when
I City Marshal W. C. which would be lost to your new .
To guide' yw to heir hiding Schools are located la Buenos Schutt was granted leave of absenc The ire proposed for" the new through homestead exemp KOTK't, USDA rKTITIOVI sass'
county
4acf .* by. I I Aires, Rotarta, Crux del EyTn *. ." Immediately Available county la that portion of Dade ; h* aiked"Construction IMhe kj bmW dune that. IWifeMt. e,1M..
del and Uihuaia/ Thee athools which la south at Eureka dr.. just : of i court ,house . Mw. kMliMi wrr *. ,- *) Path Tab sad 'TeJleUKitchen
Fresh
also Instruct in the fine .arts "Dropfjd/ citrus fruit wlU l be BklpsaealSesbania south of Perm Bird called attention and minimum W O ral (Ml* a.. r1 M ai1
for thin
a att-up week
"1'OST t"W.1:.. B Sktka pet
hauled and MlmV.trues MMB.
burled free Mbml. rta
OFFICE a* I preventive *
Women are. tiger to lake part In to the fact that the new w county government would .,d .h1. tW ttok *"t tile IIuIIII
rc..lln\Jfldlrom Pegs One) I' learning I trade which will help fly, growers to ,the are spread told of by the Anton fruit Seed county would b* without I county coat at least 12,000.000." Chandler Cirnit cp.M" .c-o.\ t,,LKT4W.OWMT riorta ... Water neater aad raaapa

Ttl supports may be metal tonF.ldorbe" them one day to tarn their living Waldln, chairman: of a control hospital stated. "And you cant shake that 0 Water ripe. Copper *rQalvanlard
In the homeHousemaids'. IAr. IS. tt I*. M. 4. IMS)
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; Wooden Supports sub-committee . Two trenches "If a new hospital Is contemplated kind of money off trees
at least equal l to the lives are so organ to 'accommxlat four persons .I "Th Interest you'd have to pay Sell ripe. 'aai Drainage MM.
for the burial of fruit hays been
... Iud that have hours each of each CO the have pr j;: eleoaard: i i\v..j.\ ;.ki
b. strength of a 4x4. The support they two dug at Krom av*. and Waldlndr. Far Effklcat Dbtrlballea 1,000 population, I[on money you'd to bor- 1
should be firmly planted in tin day for their studies. This however and the city dither Is digging Try beds would be required at a cost j row would knock your race track .......... lot Yoe a1..bwYsuraa
ftroutid Whit paint should be Is r fly hi tin ointment for others..." of til000 a bed-or 720.000," he L Income Into a cocked hat," h* I e w ......... M COLORED
uwd for the boxes, but aluminum many wealth/ women who look FarmerBroadcast pointed out A quarter of a mil- said. GLASSESU1 ",WIlING nJln'an
paint may be substituted with acorn on all philanthropic "Mi, and Mr. C. J. Parman lion dollars more should b* addedif "I want no part of this one N. E. 1st 8k. Mlaaal, rialIms I
Color' other than whit or aluminum attempts of the Pervn government and their three children hive Seeder th. new county would providea horse county stuff and the fadll- I o-.a..lam AIr c1.M4n) When In Miami Beach visit our
are not acceptable II| ralM the cultural and living moved Into their new horn on county home fdr the poor and ties that |o with I It I can name I Showroom at 1220 Washington
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i To make this program successful standards of the working and underprivileged tt. Krom av*, .." Meualed aged h* said.H the counties. you want to pattern .INIee.INeeI.NIN/I.e1N1. Avenue. 68-4111.
n : the whole-lwarted cooperation people In Ar "Jack Polk and hi* mother, pointed out also that: after/ -Collier, "Martin Okeecho-:

y of every rural mail box owner Is gentina.Itemoun. Mrs Julia Polk, left . to visit The coat of transcribing record bee. Holmes. I travel throufh On V. S. Highway. V* |
requested" In Tyler, TM ,." of Dade County for the new them often: on highway through ..rtaa4la (Near LeJeune Boad)
county's files property deeds, the county, and the state built 4asesa sI seas ] Oar A4Ntxt 171, Bath M*.e Highway
t The taxpayer must bear the mortgages, etc., as applying to that I'",* looked at their schools, Week Miami. SI. Ha.Fbeaes .
,,, SPEAKER WARNS expense and U U tremendous. I e property In the new county would too." ,
1 Continued from Page One) /m opposed to socialised medicineIn Be Sure to cost approximately 1250.000.) ,II Chandler said whimsically: Jim Sharp Clothiers ".1551. ....511. .'-'15'
bad England my capacity aa a taxpayer The new county would have to 'Even If we had no crime: wave,
r There' the doctor 'send not as a professional man/" Read Jim Sharp'sAd swum the $150000 bond Issu w* would have to have a sheriff,
1
pa- voted for Park. and wouldn't want him be
Dr. Archer showed movies of Bayfront + w* to
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'jonis
through th line'
prntiirtan, bails*and are on through a mass his supply depot and 1 lena grindIng Next Weekt Th rlght-of-wsy phkh will b*'))10 poorly paid that he'd haw to
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required for widening the present bum cokes"Concluding
laboratories' In :
( Europe
in time to play golf In the
r1 early Frlaretes D.mestedIlflaesl Homestead-Mlaml highway (VS1))I h* MM: "It I II lime
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would have ta b* provided I 'by the ..t put our feet on the ground
t new county within, its boundaries I I had the honor of helping to BOAT FOR SALE

::::?In t Oar A4Ntxt Fitipalrick's Fine Furniture (ST41 .. W. 17th Av*.) at a coat approximately defeat county division 20 years
$350.000.A ago and there was more reason
l. tAlt Week J Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods I JWW&WmW. courthouse would have to be for It then than'then Is now!I"

J { ,* 1 t>harp Clothiers t .b4.eI W ale nail tiww ...........". } built, Ealarlas would have toJrtl , Mrs. Bait tttrodAiad beraelf u .Ttnkej Ktakw" -lwrer Craft !t.
1 c. Bastavaa Dr. A 4Uad. ... HMM .$4r' provided tai county commission! the "owner; editor and publisher

f u _._ __ __. tounty: attorney, engineer, Ux of the Redland District Newt,, Jonr, half cabin. Very fast, 150 bo"p.' .
collector. Ux assessor, judge of which she Mid was the paper referred
(" Far a the various courts. Justices of the to by Commissioner BirdIn Packard Marina engine. Pre-war solid
\" COMPLETEInsurance puce and constables: county I his talk.
Service j prosecutor county clerks, circuit She Mid South Dad seemed to mahotanj. Will stand! rigid fnipection.
1 and criminal court clerks sheriff I her Isle "th* ruffle on the petticoat
: f4 Sea county agricultural agent home of Miami, and It's draggingIn
demonstration agent, veterinarian. the dust"
t John II. HaleAT fin control' water conservation "Holmes County" she Mid,

Kllffea and salt control forces, *tc.Th 'get a sufficient share of the gia 91825-00
e
y
; present toUl county valuation and race track funds to operate
ls approximately. "3JOOO- Why shouldn't vT Holmes County
n'MlSIEAL ESTATE 000" .Commissioner Bird said, has a consolidated: school with
: : rhene 441-tTSK The valuation from Eureka drive 80 bu....
:1 See Radford at Homestead
I Ia $17.500- understand teacher her
eeatha ':Ina AlOB' >l.VCVAwpfoQTyp south approximately "I one
000. Therefore, we pay 117 percent the other day told the children In
13 front Park
of the total in real and personal her room that county division y
;; :1, 1 Wild. .*** tames, or $117.000 to the would mea going back to the
t county commission toward admin- little wood school house their
I Istrstlon In return for that w* IrIIm.'. knew-that Is propaganda
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9 April 29, 1949 HOMESTEAD IZ A1CLEN'r8PRISE'\'IiIIM+ ,


ANNUAL KEYSFISHING award and citation to attraewidespreati Rofert Kuhn MakM kh PeH am* ate to. b. .mMtfkV. ,.I.J>*
attention a* the MRS. SINGLETON aw cboreh not War ... BmJMr.
A at U. t Ga. IMI Ion MiUMSI
Avtmce
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greatest summer fhhlng ea.pV> II FIVE POLIO PRECAUTIONSARE Contributton ef tmbil baJBl*
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{ TILT lion ever heM In the Beutti of fruit ahn. sew amajhlTh ,
The twtuimrnt aiain null bi Robert M. Kuhn of Homedcad,, TAKEN BY DEATH LISTED FOR PARENTS A ehower of provliion for theaeptist .
will '
I food be Md to
I third
yen itudwl *l veterinary taaHaai m4gajji. at Basis
BEGINS MAY open to alt rod and reel angler medicine at tke UW *jHty of the two hundred -
15 without entry tee with rompeUUOB Mrs. Antoinette Singleton M. la being given by First ftgaNMChurch
Oaonta. wan Matod. M the first .' eaeirad tad sale land the annual rally oat
tightly
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in Miami Wn* that tae till palm
died *
flwiday trees .
to three a htlplt.1 Donatkmaof .
of naaintead
divisions general,
roll ... ether ...... Oarbaa the mlano on the aroad:
basic for hMriM maintained .. w .r ,.. aweud the -; thraraV er I
Tb* third MNMMI" Florida Key plug MM. Of l'....... In addition .a A pue M.Mg. tar the pastsemalsr. .. Rios was receiving treat- M........' ......Ilea for l.fIllLl.. tlcbUr end a... IfMber V com mat. saps and oanned. lay IntUy. /
PWtIng Touraameat it aradutodftt to the coveted MfMea and Individual Mr. >Kuhn who .ha.1 mM tor Injures received ta a today .band a kM of pre.cautionary peas*. faiHHlii ea ........ ftabMkl l ....... \
Ie ..taa ant.piaN1 prisea meant talL terra to fee.la.smt b* .heeled *t ...... rr..aa..a.r
under w p sy May 11 ibisyesr Flare. will be given ... ,. tortatned an A average I'OUP.I Angel aarvlret wore eonjuHed by thoke to chaise. *f children i The National Foundation also
I Ih* UfTllorjki. .bean ex top catches oa the qqet day, std' college, II I one of Hi I I by the ill. T. J. LoMkh. peter.I during the epidemic danger period :Iced the f U *lag ayaiplMM *f I
.' I leaded to include not oejjr th* the holiday .-:d of My 1 Florid BtudenU elected Tueoday afttrnooo In' 8L Item: which vavajly. run m4nlsle,, paralysis! ; .headache sear ''
Upper Keys but uklvefmUy to enter It* veterinaayoBii free Nayirouth\ set ni upset etoeaeth. earth .... Overseas .
sloe Marajthm Cfcurch. Th body wee :
a and <. and the OBjMftg LiboraF myiaropel Transportation
4. '. he lniti I .11It...... sad . I
Tb. TtacaaUy was October reaching pat or i M>plal4fr
opeoieg event will weekend aeM by Turner Funeral Home for
a of Sept 3.4 wad 1 :
j dance Aebe tad Into Alpha Pat, honor frt- peak during lilt let i 1. >.r. Shueld/ peUe atrik in yoke
I and Nth Cgr to lilt *. A Asnlion award win go to the I nary of veterinary mecIIeint. burial "to JUca. N, Y, larmer mld-ernmee monthi. family, .11 a doctor .....*. ,
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tan Legion hall at Mamotwda.Almost as>al. maintaJning a dell lead Son of Mr. and Mra. Lamar P. horn of ttft. Singleton, I The live. easy.to-folkw It taildiagmwla: and ....,\ treat. : ,
10,000 angler" have enhtp the greatest number of Kendrick of Homestead, Me Kuhn Local survivors of Mr*. Single health Rite) for rent by quaHAed mediral .pMtonmlft I
been lured to the Key by pre- day, and there will be a hard ton are: a eon, A. H. Sng1ton. e child* are .B prevent. serious crippling, hue f
ceding,tournaments, according" to hIM trophy. ....nIIlor the man was graduated from Homestead grandson Carleton R Singletongranddaughter ; I I. Avoid erevdt aid National r..IldaUoa palated out Daily Freight Service
High School In 1MI love :
Sin- plane rtee The orranlsaUea *mpkaalsdlast .
a survey made by the'Tavernier' and woman, captain or guide dlrerttoC a \ Mia Done
I eeatact .I Ilk ether peraaeliIkrly.I fear and Mxlety' tkould .N
Chamber of Commerce the angle* with the event's t gleton; and two 9raat.grandaonsDouglas I .. Avl4. .....r.tl,>e eased atI halt to a .Inl.... A calm, _!- i. ; \
Local., outstanding. catches, and aevera Five and Dwight Singleton A ,
national and International I ** active play *r eserdea. se .bstgalar > dent attitude la conducive to health }
rod and reel 1 angler again priM tor anglers 11: yean of age II.II.S. Student Council daughter, Mr. Ralph Weaver I, bear*. and recovery. Parents, it aald,
will have M opportunity to fist and UfIdtor.I Uva In Utica and a brothel Fred 1 AvoId. ."(.mine 1 In aoltiit** kould remember that of all those -: ,
for a major array of trophies and I The lilt of eligible fish has been New officer of the Student Snyder In Vernon, N. Y. I .elerpJ lie elt) beetles *r public. trlcken, M per cent er sager* re. '
avarda. Cv Fowler central chairman I Increased to 21: albarwc, amberjack council will be elected Monday aHomestead I Mrs Singleton wa hors Srp declared asf'* .by kcal ...h... cover completely shahtqher. tl
11 US In Dunbarton, N y. ..IIoeriI.... per rent are left with aly plight
announced on the eve of barracuda, bonefish, bonito, High School. Waging after effecta.If I HOMESTEAD.t
his departure at a member of the channel! baas, chfro, dolphin, active campaigns for election to After the death of her husband .. Avail. **>.tbllllag Lunar. polio Ii Is actually dlanwsed,
Rod.and Reel Club fleet cruise grtfuper, pack, kingfish, mackerel. the presidency are Anita DelU. John Singleton, In 1MI, ell mad i I .wet. akeea aad cMalag" al wan sal.. contact the chapter of tilt Nation.al .
to BlmlnL He white marlin blue marlin Doris Lewis, Joe Kerley, Jimmy her home with her eat who moved .t.lltra blaaseta and heavier Foundation for lafantue Partly
aald that all funds permit, I .., lee ...... s atlas. MIAMI KEY WEST:
to MI.mlla 125 and to Coconut: *le! serving
had been subscribed and plan aailflth mapper, anook, tarpon, Watson and Jerry Cox. cktagea.kOaterve. your eonmunlty The ;
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Palm dr In 1MB She was I member chapter will pay that part of the
completed to trout and wahoo. The student are required to
anure a tourney to I tile .
ot the Episcopal Church. gilder mule elanaalcleaaHae cat of care and treatment wkkk
match If not exceed lad year'* The rules may be obtained I follow. standard election procedure Pallbearers were Mark dribble. e. Keep yard patent wr family" cannot mast,,. And Other
must be .
event which offered approximately tram the Upper Key Chamber 01 and registered a 4
1 M,000 In trophies, prices Commerce at Tavernier I qualified voter In order to ballot.Kiwaniansm r.1.Willard. WeU Henderthot Frank W.Harold SUllman.D.. CUT OUT AND KICF rod MiriMCNCK .'.1 )


\. Faylor and Tommy 'Wilson, e Burton Seeks to Build Points on 'Flori a'ey& '< r j'

On Making of AlumniumPast Girl 3, Killed by Car Mole on Krji PropertyJ. Brooks Inc. '

Want Credit? Lt COT Sid Holland will On Overseas HighwayPamela .' U Burton of homestead i 'fj

r be a special guest of Florida City \ ,three,o( Wath ha applied to the board of armyengineer :
Klwanis Club at the dinner meetIng Ington D. c.. wee killed Sunday for I permit to construct Phone '365AV. *
tonight In the Parkway ABound afternoon when truck br; a car a rubble atone mole ando i '
and color film of the making driven by Lagrind Lee Landretiot dredge at his property near '
Oldest :
.: See Sam of aluminum will be show Miami on the Ovcraea Highway Tavernter on Key Largo. The Completely for Pickup ServiceNight .
by Barney Wild In. near Indian Key Wltnene 180-foot-wlde mole I I. to be extended Equipped GroteCaretakers 1
Seven local Kiuanlan were. the child was hit when Lan 200 feet Into the sea beyond
"The Tire and Battery Man say
among the 1IT who attended the drew swerved tilt car to. avoid the hlfhwater shore line. Calls: Phone Burton Attawl1.No.426V '
'r Inter-club meeting In tilt Columbu striking Mr EmU Weber Of Kendall No public hearing will be held,
Hotel In Miami Friday with whom the little girl wa but written objection! may be '
at J Belmont Mower, president of Visiting I filed with the army engineer )I
Kiwanis International" and StuartC. The child was dead on arrival' office In Jacksonville Miami Terminal: 236 S. W. North:Rlfer,Df "

SimpMO, governor of the Florida at James Archer Smith HotpltaLTurner
Highway Texaco Service' Dittrlct were among the dlg- Funeral Horn sent the P. o. BOX snOMCSTCAD. < Phone 3-M15

nltarlei preeent In the loci body to Waihlngton for funeral Club Will Send Negro FLA. .M
a. Krome al 5th St, HomeMrad group were President Ceo. Arbo- rite and burial. Youths to Church Meet These. tMR
int. the Rev Martin R. Davit, An Inquest wu scheduled to b i I .Far '
Robert J, Brooks, Jules 'Cherry.
held yesterday In Key WwVttlLS. Two, or possibly four negro =
Alonto Lewis and Chas F. Mann. will be lent to the June
Tires as low as $125 per week youth
COMEDY SLATED conference at Hungerford School
Batteries as low as $1.60 per week from Park A three-act comedy, "Mountain at a project of the Homestead 73

Decorate Judgea' 'Table JuiUce," U dated for presentation Presbyterian Meni Club, members I
Tame In and talk U rrr with Sam some time In May by the voted Apr. 11 wJi
Tropical fruit from RedUnd Hometttad High School speech After the business' session, a Miami walingWiIR1W
fruit and Spice park wen used) class taught by Mr. Cart Field fried chicken flipper war served */
for table decorations at a banquet by Mrs. John Dcgebnan, Mr.
Tuesday in McAlliiter Hotel for '" " ""I ill'l' ",'," 1"1 ""I I ''il 11 D Douglas Tower hen John Hick- :

juvenile court judges attending eon, Mrs. I:. A. Roberta and Mrs.
the convention In Miami The decoration CUB SCOUTS Raymond Hipp

CROUSE & BURR CABINET SHOP war Helnleln arranged by Mrs I Den 1, Pack 69 Provide Awning ,Shelter. from Rain ,
Herman park tuperlnendent -
H' 'H H" Dr. Tucker to Present I
Builders and RemodclersFine I '" I H" "
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W* have been growing fast At Exhibit, Talk on China I Blend. Beautifully with Picture \Windows .

Si Woodworking a Specialty our April I meeting our new dm Or Francli Tucker of Daytona .

4- t *Ekclrte-and.Acetylene Welding,ire' t ;Yoerheloll chief! wan. W sent* are to Very usoTlonatdGagllardl. happy to Beach, former mlaalonary. to; Cannot \Warp Swell Stick Rust-or'Ro1'; .
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ham We also half twoWw = antexahitit t -I -.
have ."' lTJse '*******flfHI" ,
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SILVER PALM DKIVE-ONE M1IJC WEST OF C S.1 members Jackie Wood and Rich work la a foreign ihtosionl 'day I . y $ jpfr&11t'tdir '; : "

Phone M.W-l \ I and Vlhlen./ They Joined with us program) Sunday at HomesteadPresbyterian ': Never Require Painting: "
Druggist Just In time to give us two more
Church School.Bonds
Indiana[ for our skit I
for the support of the
Things we have made In the church missionary, Mill M.rl.r.// I
New Construction Z6i past month arc: Indian medicine Ida Davis of Scull will be sold I .
Remodeling pole, torn torn, bow and arrows at $1 a slur More than 200 W. C. ,BASS & SON
No job too small r; and Indian costumes! We also shares were sold on missions day',
fHlw mad 29 tepee programs. and Eat- ait May. end the lOll this year .
Jenner Construction Co. ter batketa. I. sal of 250 shares CicUnlre. Dealer I* HemesteM
VITAMIN 1.12 We aU made donation to the \
rben. tU.W-l Ilemestesd Sunday. morning, the Rev Epmore Dr. and Newton Rd.. '
rummage sale for Jsme Archer Frank R. Finery, parlor will', Phone7nMj4Mall :

Smith Honpltat reach on the church and the Addreasi ..'1. I...IU( tlrainsU a
.......Ill,*.M.l..|wa. .leiKkick Our den mother had an Easier amity In preparation for Chrlt-,
A. hunt for us It wu a lot of fun.
410Nt .ios. Van Family Week, May 1 to a. I
aN .i Our skit at the last p.fkHt.. Sunday night he will conduct the, Give M Wb.ew*.' Clam and Gluing.na'e .
prickle. I* ...... S .k..di -Initiation of Little Bear" I,
deg wu first of five Bible studies
on
Pre-Cast Concrete owl I I. tie bottle at, ...kl..< Our den chief opened the program I Apostle Creed th'l.I

salad. "'-M.,*. Kane at VIMal We all did a little. bit ot

"II, h It ..aaesMM.. Mme sad Indian. sign language. .a.,-
is Ms..wy... a.l priest, bloha.tId ' Edward Morrissey wu "Little

Window Frames aildsm too., Bear our tint' and pop told corn a originated.story of bow Now enjoy the other wonderf l advantages' "

UM aw a .WNIeitM. el a* twMt Buddy Bass told how Little '

vM. seal....._Ie,a dieH..aders.d Bear was Initiated, of with
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1 MrMly cm fetal Tell. ........, ten acre Initiators. Revelation Ride: i s.

k Mr,l w MlVli. We are proud of lactic I Wood _
..II l HI.vtlcfe h as.err. NMW' and Richie VII,1m. They earned

seed 11-. .ori pill .... es. heir Bob Cat at the second '. r'
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T hid ..** ..... ......... meeting In one they month Buddy Basi : Drive the car IlixUon* yean ahMd"etepnlowm' shin riding oaf reUilng, stoaf tabtU .

I Aanyt sal Pant PMida.llasa1su. . earned a Wolf badge and gold and .. twwVtbnotu.t"mesa"'dMign snade,.-.bIaoI11oe but tAt"morf *awka'oMalPowrhldli.< . cbok. NEW

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Edward and Richard Morrissey m''' ......... MDllon. chose Nudes H-CTmipc Bupar
VM lM I"***''Prialpse. Mlle engine, or U* eve*) wan powerful
1M Harry Jenncr each tamed II '_lor Mut'l..h.athelltoellttNll\o Hupfr-EUht Cmtor-Polnt. BUering.TripMiiire Hudson l
gold and silver arrow II liiwd. .....t-built oar 011 *road a a Bralu*. fluld-Ciathioiwa () s
DIXIE DRUG The den mother and all the = yet dog's full road cls reseal Clutch, Dual. Carbumtlon and DriveMaeM -
r Cub wish Harry Jenner a speedy m MM* lewnyl Aerating heed rooms. the Tunamlmloa* for automatic .,
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; MRS. WILSON CROSBY r MADE PRESIDENT POST OITICV FAMILIES .
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:= OF HOMS TBAD- PA RENT-TEACIIER GROW A fish fry for member of the
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iJ Social Events in South Dade Homestead point
!lira. Wilma\ Crosby was electedpreatdent an. Important meeting of the ex- their famillee wan. held last night\ |

of the Hoowsteed. P. T ecwNn .bMrTvttl be held et UMVtodmijty hi the city park. The flan were !

A. at the annual meeting Wednesday afternoon, May. 4.R Caught. by Clerk George Bow onMa
... wee aerved.A recent veoatiM.
4ret MMn*
MRS. HARRY BISHOP HONORED cookie and Iced tea were served FRANK R. PROTIIERO TO TAKE AS BRIDE night in the school audi! !
Present beside those mentioned I I torium. )I... W. MeUmton was
II ., were Mr*. Russell Holmes, I MISS NELL CHAMPION( OF CORAL GABLES swede first vie* ffroMect; Mn. !MRS\ HERMAN. IIE1NLEIN NEW SECRETARY I

AT TWO\ PARTIES, THIS WEEKTwo Mr... Wnv Wainwright, Mrs. Her- Herman Mark, second vice-I OF STATE. FEDERATION OF GARDEN CLUIlt..J
no, LoU, Mr* stove Biondo, Mias I Announcement I I. being mad Daughter of Mr. aDd Mr*. O. L. president; Mr. Stanley Wlttkop,
Joy Peter. Miss Caroline Gomes of the engagement of Mia Nell Champion the bride-to-be I Ia a secretary; and Mr A. E. Campbell -
bridal showers foe.: Mrs labia during the afternoon, were school of Instruction to be hel4'by
honor wM
Mill Jolyn Mark. Miss Joyce Ann Champion of Coral Gable' to graduate of Ponce de Leon High treasurer. The new offices' second ilaU-wid
Mr. Wm. Ji Clark, Mr. L. L
Harry Bishop, the former Miss Layion and Miss Claudia Frank Ray Prolhero I anal l meeting Mrs HermanHelnleln the Dade County CeuneiPtitParentTeacher
Hood Mrs D. RuehleMr Camp of Perrlne. ,[ School and a member of PI Beta Will be Installed *l the won nay by -
George
Connie! Campbell, were among social bell. Gift were sent by Mis Ann The wedding will take place In Nu sorority' and of Biscayne Chapter of the year to be held May who was elected eeorebsy AasoeHrttons |a
I .;events of the week. I *. Landon Carney, Mia Ger- Horn and Misi Margaret Barnes. the fait I II. of the Order ot the Eastern IS. ot line) Florid Federation of Central Beach Elementary School.' .
Sldln Oliveto and Mia Joyce Heinlein
Ope hundred .severity-five..* Ann Layson. Punch wa aervefrom < 1 I Star She U employed at a dentalssalstant. The P. T. A voted to give 112 Garden Clubs at the two-day convention Install On Tuesday officer, Mr for the Buena wpl
were Invited to tea and a miscellaneous SILVER to help finance the achool annual ) which was held In St I
a flower-embedded rrjrstabowl ANNIVERSARY, PROGRAM\ GIVEN I Vist P. T. A. '
shower friends the WM
Petersburg. Recently
given by
by Mr*. Laban Bishop, Jr. The bridegroom formerly made There was an exhibit of the student
ot the bride Wednesday afternoon Guest ware served pink and BY NARANJA CHAPTER> OF EASTERN STARThe his home on Llndgren rd. with work of the art department named sixth. vlce-preildent of the

In the Woman' Club of vr-.n lp. cream moulded In alln- I his parent, Mr. and Mn. Ralph of which Miss Helen Pope la instructor Florida Congress of Parent and BETA CLUB MEMBERS GO
Homestead clubhouse: on N. W. '- attended and of the manual training Teacher Mr, Heinlein I president TO STATE CONVENTIONTen
per shape:and the UpU'. won repealed tllver anniversary oj the Its organization until her death Waldo Prothero. H*
14U> etA \ In Iced cake and In the founding! of 1 Naranja' Chapter of in 1B45. Redland High School and the University department, headed by Kermit of South Dad Garden Club memben of the Beta Club,

t color seen of pink, green miniature corsages which graced the Order of the Eastern Star The more than fifty I ot Miami, and served In R. Wenkitero. which! wa represented also by Redland High School! : honor society .,
and* white wa used by the hos- each plat. was marked Thursday evening of present were presented wiLlI'I.persona' the navy during the war Announcement was made that I Dr. and Mr. Francis B. Lincoln. will attend the state con
Thli' morning, Mr*. Heinlein
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teases, Mrs. J. D. Barnes, Mn H.M. Mrs. Fred Rhodes, Jr, Mrs. Jack last week by a special programIn ver star souvenirs of the vention to be held next Friday ,.. \
Campbell, Mr*. A. L. Lanier, Darner Mia Kitty Kelly and Mia the chapter hall. Special guest THREE EXHIBITS MARK APRIL MEETING will direct: a panel discussion OQ and Saturday at the new Florida I
Nra W. R. Home, Mm, L E Mc.LaughUn Ann MoLtne were host***** at A new crown and a scepter Nancy Richard of Mimi I I I'"Pattern for Hospitality' at the Hotel in Lakeland. They will be.
I Mn. J. D Perkins Mr. sjtthen{ shower given Sunday iN were dedicated to the chapter in grand matron, Mrs. Ruth evenln"1 OF LOCAL ART CLUB AT IIAUSMAN\ HOME accompanied by Miss Phyllis Burk

Lloyd Witt, Mrs.: AJleD I Meal I and Usrnoon. at the borne, of Joe,.. a special' ceremony by Dr. Margaret lin, a past grand Esther, SERVICE CLUB TO PICNICON and Miss Mary Engel, and will
Mr*. C. E. Elchenberger. IllumlnaUon Rhodes, |Ill N. W. IJth tt. Evan, grand Esther, and resentative from. each- Three exhibit were enjoyed presided and Mr A. Frank Webb I SOItOrriMISTER NIGHT travel In the school bus to be
wa provided by tall white Guest wrote favorite recipes and Mrs Mabella Homey, a past ,r.ndm.lron District chapter in I by the Homestead Art Club Monday presented the program I driven by Edw. Baumgirten.
29. A report the recent
In candelabra, and I on at the home of Mrs. Frank Mn. Klngman, Mrs. W. 1C. Walton Member of the Soroptlmlit
; I candle crystal advice for the bride. Her delighted of the grand chapter. W. grand chapter wa given by Mr. Club of South 'Dade with their In the group will be Karalee
p rranfement of pink and whit comment' while opening her gifts O. T.lbottr.ther of the chapter Norton Peter Hausman. and Mrs. Archer were placet Holden Grace Ygartua, Jackie
worthy matron hive
roses, gladioli and other cut flow were recorded and then woven ," wa presented with a gift, Miss Helen Pope, Homestead on the nominating committee [ 'amlUli.111 a picnic at Betty Torbert, Geraldine
b the and Mr. Talbott cut the first slice High School Instructor In art, exhibited A varied refreshment course Homestead Bayfront Park on lh.club' Everett.
used throughout Mr
era were Into a stilt for which Mrs ..Rob Edw. Vlhlen, Mrs. Tom I Lewis, Dolores Ennl, lanlceiLec, .
i rooms. ert Sullivan won the price. Guest1 Chapman W. H. Owen and Mr.Talbott of the five-tier white birthday mounted water color and was served by the hosteuet, MnHauiman Soroptlmlnter night, May Marian Gammon, Dorothy Engel/
Imported cut-work cloths wen favors were eel of measuring were Introduced a* char cake, traditionally baked by Mrs crayon work of her elementaryand and her daughter, Mina 30.Fried ,I and JeanetU Johnson.
I wed on the refreshment. tables spoons. ter member of the organization L. H. Greer, a past matron. Ice advanced classes, and .told Bertha Mil.Other chicken will be on the

Presiding at the tea and coffee Molded fruit cocktail assorted Special recognition/ was given cream also wa served what problem were-lnvolved.Mrs. present were Mr*. H. upper menu according to plan
t Mr*. C. A. Gosiman, oldest member The committee In charge of the J. T. B. McElroy exhibitedan C. Conord, Mn. F. J. Lottlch, Mr* of the social committee headedby ImportantAnnouncement
: of the chapter program wai. composed of Walter interesting. collection of artwork L. M. Gaby, Mrs. W. E Gaby Mn. C. W. Lelb,. la Our Ad
In Peterson, Mn. John Bmwn, Mrs. mostly commercial done Mrs. Ted .
I candellght ceremony, Stadlg, Mrs. Cecil MeCleskey. Next Week
I white taper In a silver star-shape I W. W. Besthe and Mrs. A. D. by Mla Margaret Gaby, Redland CecelU McClcsltev.. Mn. Mr*. E W. Stevenson will be

holder wan lighted by an officerof Mulllru. High\ School graduate who is now A. C. Miller, Mr*. Sarah. Hosteller i horses to First Baptist Circle Jim Sharp Clothiers
You have and heard A Mother' Four at 3 o'clock afternoon
special Thuraday
I not.seen Day
the chapter a* the highlights program a sophomore at Stetson university. and \\\Ire. Lena Link. "
of each year of the history of the was announced for the May 5 Miss Gaby Is a daughter of Mr. at her home on N I:. 12th it

the best in television.'Until chapter were read by Mn. Walter I meeting and Mn. W, I:. Gaby ot Redland. CHUCK MCCARTNEY TWO. .
A. Thompson. Mrs Nellie I Torbert I' The third exhibit wa Mrs. GIVEN BUTHDAX( PARTY .. j
sang appropriate long which Included 1 An outdoor supper meeting will Haunman's hells, .* collection she Chuck .
McCartney In
r "Mother Machree" In be held by South Dade Garden made during her many yean of celebration I
memory of Mr. Clara Vlhlen who Club at 6:30: Monday evening In service as a Girl Scout counselor. of his second birthday anniversary the New :.<
was chaplain of the chapter from Redland Fruit and Spice Park. Mrs. Ralph Klngman read extracts afternoon was given a party Monday Try
from Winston at the home of his
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article on painting. Mrs. Ben parents Mr. and Mrs Chai. L,

You have seen and :: heard Needlecraft News Archer Lorraine'directed"David study at the of Cave Claude of McCartney.A pink, yellow. and green color Plastic Storage Bags

; AduMam. Mr. Ralph H. Don scheme wa used. In. the floraldecorations

. Qaxter and in the refresh .
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'-""""" .. J4th TEAR TO BK MARKEp on the porch for the serving! of '. Moisture-proof, and dust-proof t' ./
BY AD ASTRA CHAPTER birthday cake, individual
RCA Victor"Eye rpOYS are fun for youngsters to play with and Just at much fun for The animal cookie and lollipop cakes. For carrying clothes! while traveling; I.
; I 1 adult to msks. You can make any shape and sins you tike from' along I thirty-fourth anniversaryof The '
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young guest were Nancy ;
dachshund to a round elephant Stuff your creation so It la firm the founding of Ad Astra Chap. For storing winter clothes -- ,
,. and will stand undir It* own power end ron'll have a lifelikesubstitute ter of the O. E. S. will be marked end Judy Llnke, Jimml Nell
of your favorite inlmalThe with a birthday party on Friday Tomerlln, Mary Marshall and Three sizes-for dresses, suits
msterlala for makIng Kenneth Glenn Jr., Peggy, Jerry
required evening, May e. Past matrons and
Witness Bluffed toy are law and tnn.' past patron ot the chapter will be ind Bobby Parker, Anita and and blankets.
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pensive You can ere up odd and honor guest. Bobby Grubbs, Elizabeth and
ends of leftover fabric for the Susan Piltmun, Roger Griffin and
bodies.. Officers and member of the
Fertile gingham pique In
Jimmy Fatherree. Gift were sent
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checks plaids and print may be i organization are asked by Mn.Chas. .
1 used effectively.. If you like you can i I L. McCartney, worthy matron by Carol and. Patty Greet and TRADE WINDS DRY
a make the doll of oilcloth, so thata to be present for rehearsal Tiny Roberta. CLEANERSW.
i I Others present were Mrs. W D.
i damp cloth will remo..11 dirt at I "
o'clock. Sunday afternoon In
1 TelevisionFeaturing mark and smudiea.Siveral the chapter hall. Pittman, Mr* Kenneth Links, W. Severy, Manager, "
jJi. of the pattern companies t Mrs. Edw. Tomerlln, Mn. S. W. j
r ... nY offer animal and doll patterns, but Griffin, Mrs. Robert Grubbs, Mill 8. E. First Are, ,,. Phone '. \

; f M w/a1 ...." I Li.' .. .,..IIt ..I ....- ".... ... .,,'.. own.yo cis Perhaps be original the youngster and dasiga you'n your 1 1a COVERED< LEGION WOMEN DISH SUPPER SLATE Johnol.' Mae" Hamilton and thelostess. I f,h.enw ",," ...,-.:;; :I i-.

making the toy for bas a favorite '\ .
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.1 thinner or animal In one of his A covered dish upper will beI .
,s : nursery rhyme You ten surprise held by Homestead American Legion I I't" ,
I him ky making. It ap Into a toy. i I Auxiliary at t o'clock Tuesday -
\/I 1 Just trace It from the book to make
evening at the horn ot Mrs.
your pattern ind then cut It out
of fabric Don't try to make It too E.: J. Norman
.,, I Improved "Eye Witness"I lifelike because" the more casual the I Plana will be made for observance
proportion the more attractive itcull of Poppy Day here on May
I be.Cotton. 11, 'to
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Picture .Used for alumni the to,.. Insert s
Synchronizer the Muffing a little it a time and real-life pouch In which aqnit I B. P. W.; DELEGATES e.a
pick veil with a pencil. You can the baby A youngster will bare ATTEND DISTRICT MEET: .
mold the shape ** the stuffing is loads of fun with this twosome.Large Mr*. Frank M. Kent, recently
Inserted.. BI sure to add plenty of buttons attach the lei to
i tufflng tf you want I Arm toy the animal's" body and two round re-elected president of the Homestead -
If yo want to do your part In buttons make the eyt.. The baby Business and Professional V
bringing happiness to torn young- can be mad of the same fabrle II Women' Club, Mr. H, H. Graham ,
y : There Is but one muster "key" to steady star 'la a home this Is t perfect way the lute animal or colored tilt can Mrs J. Ralph Smith and Mn.

television the RCA Victor Eye Witness to do It. Many women's orgsnlsa- b* used. Cutting distrains and lew-' Rebecca Glass attended the distrlcl
M. lion Include toy making for orphans Inn directions are give on the 'Instruction a P. W. C convention Sunday
Picture Synchronizer. It "locks" the pic- on their program. If your leaflet, called KANOA. at Beacrest Hotel In Holly I GI bib ILA
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not already doing this why not ROO. You may obtain It by unit.
kvxe Qr). tJ b) wreen. ot your.; RCA YiQtoi: : decide to make one or two' toys leg a stampedeelfaddrea.ed eav*. the wood.four After Inspected the business the day session I
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Godfrey (CBS) j the round ot betf. It as IrUngulw la
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b* either roartad or braised. In high .-e.aee.ele.i. .

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rack an open shallow rtwatlnf maayimpahhalsud- > oat SDetboda. DutchOvMSMUwdeooksa
I "Broadway Revue, (Dumont) pea : In V aloe ores (Me* rl en I.pn..t +
the insignificant difference until Nodes. aUowtiw M to M mln- cud .. tbe speedy. -I a .......aMaliautnam4calljr '1./ i

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when get in- I tat sneering or dkstrUwUoa of tatVSC'TBOl ssris5 pInt R _,boldsairy: !
J' Dosing (from Coral Cables ColiseumlwS ) you i throughout the meal tt would be bIrketbsewofeN.r Won- y-
braked and aortad a* a pouroaat, heaps) \rIte... coofc - 1Lgt I
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and other' attractlone.r eV ely and cool atowly tender, Ran* sir .
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HOMESTEAD LRADER.ENTERPRi8R rage Sewn

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',;; After ......... several dye *t Mia Jotesvi Me \ J SO snee.ie and g Oexdlbeud. ..... 2-aMMsOOM- -holes et) strsj* sot
their .horn an florid city Dr spent tilt wesH.. to *siUl>I .
J. R. .!*, I blocks from bank new ec*>ooi. lf. areantdBerok.
I.r: and. Mrs Quy O Brewster returned denial u a house sued of her ; (,.,) .....<*, fruit M shed.*
, , In and ArounclHomestead Wednesday lo Avon Park etude, Hiss. Gloria .Hl. he.. I CLASSIFIED ADVBRTB1WG trees garden Total price Me**.
where they have spent (he winter -
Maple. Duncan Phyf dining..... Term See EC HOE JORDAN
They were accompanied by Mr, *Ad ..... broker. W Kings .
.... nay HlgftwcyPh.
table with I chain B =:. :
Dr aVewstar cousin. Mir Betty .... Ufe rd.. IIIIUI'IIIMr lia a an, Metlanna. aaMMrgeMl Tee-J, (ate)
Brewster of Kingston N Y. with home *. SpachetU .
I whom they taped to leave Sun .wFHI finite City, Phot' .,u.... (*W. ,
f (*iNCONCR1T Great B-Jtalnt fee Hestee Pisa '
day to spend May In Kdkfeten. Mr and Mra.
IIiIIItU C4MM S sepsis eemplefumi I t-eeoM fMiMheuee en 2 We. H
After that, the three pie. te Mte and Jlmmle.' to leave
Jrs expect
Debo.y.eon, Ontario. ea.*... today for a twoweek'iIi*, with Cemetery &Mamao eum .****. hot ate. oM wafer.month. $1/ VrOUN.( I. .' a On IMkMkt ..., Rt. 2, Bar N. Krome avocado trees, chkkM yard,
fyt Watty January, ion ofMi Mr. Willard Parker of Orlando for the summer. Next November. friends In Birmingh' gook 144 tv*
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. Merit) January of Home-I I Dr and Mrs. Brewter expect to Ben 31a ISIS) (UN $ .100.
been ill tor spent several days here this return to that bom. ....................__.. .... ..
ttead, hu the put : reek on bttaineaa. While here the Florid City Woodhw Perk Cemetery ><4>e4r an block building S-room
Mvafl weeks in the army hospital was a guest of Mr and Mrs T. JAMES ARCHEJt SMITH UN W. llh St, HIM ELECTRIC STOVE table tap, bouse, good yard, 21 avocado,,
.:In' Bamberg! Germany. I E. Kirby, Mr. and Mn. C V. Mr. and Mr., a H. btevenanexpect Phone 4-7SU FOR SALE regvlar ales good condition la
HOSPITAL !NEWS palm and coconut trees yard
!. vary has had pneumonia twice Barnes and other former neigh to move this week-end ( A wide HlKtkm of cemetery loUt S burners, well, over See & It. ,
Lod underwent a tonsillectomy 1 bore The Rev. Mr. Parker a into their new home on N.E. )2thtt .................--.......... '.,... moderate Mice* available from Taylor', at Ideal Holdlpf Co. Store,, M.WO,
|,,'*n OLPS SEDAN 14. New paint Perrln (*22U) |-room block house, I lots, ready
Church of the Naurene.; It Community" mausoleum .| 2,72 good Urea, seat covers end battery I
pat- set exit In fruit trees, good placeon
To Mr. and Mra. Snow
Mr. and Mrs Joe Toth of tor of Holden Heights Methodist Mr. and Mrs Lester Walkup, den of Princeton, t Dewey son 011 Apr. cr7f" and niches. I new top. flU cash tj N CONK CONQUEROR CORKET, comer for store, land scarified
,hero; Beach are parents of a Church !in Orlando who are spending the season In 21 I w and tt (a2 U) seamless bell. SIM. American and smooth/ ,.,1100.

daughter, Carolyn Deanna born Fort Pierre, visited for ...ver.1d" Rertery PI......* I Moto-Scoot, $100. Call Sunday
pr, 3. Mrs Toth Is the former Adrian Jacobs spent the week last week st their home in FOB RENT For sate or hire: 10-yd. Ford morning A. pradley, Kedland rd Call and investigate Best bar*
P Mlai 'Clarice Dodson t>( Home- end In Fort Pierce. Florida City Mrs Clark Taylor, Mrs Plum Ralph dump truck II 1 N. W 1st ita29 et Silver Palm di. (,11I1)'II ) gain In town.
Forbes Miss Shirley Ma
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mer end Sureness Clark of Homestead t-ROOM FURNISHED APT. 1st ) '
--- Mr and Mn Edw. Tomcrlln Mrs Roy S Chandler of Florida i. R. BEVIS
I Mrs Sam Sleds of Prince- house on, W side of rd. ROYAL PALMS, medium to
Mr. and Mrt. Virgil Bedford and daughter, Jimmie Nell, have City Is recuperating from I recen ; Redland ,I HOUSE bank
I from
of South BUS reedy lo drive anywhere. large IIS to tit each, buyer to blocks
ton; Mra. Fred Chapman N of pt 0\ st ('b. '"-1. (sil)
.,';"and daughter Carolyn, h.vel moved from Homestead to a re.lI !liner Miami; J. a Nelson of Islsmor See til Bird Chevrolet remove Mrs. W. K. Walton, Red.
r moved Into their newlypurchaiedi I once on Redland rd. between ads; and Beverlyr Bafcer of Mi I Price 1000. (pall) land rd. between piscsyn and
,' bouse' on Redland rd at King's Silver Palm and Coconut Palm Mr. and Mrs. Gee Hudson have ami. ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furBisned Waldln drives. (':'.1') IknJ Warren Morris;

:}Highway.Mrt. I drives returned to their home In Wood Medical r patient and $11 kitchenette weekly cottages, $11,, I Model A Ford flat bed truck, Registered Real Estate Broker
River, 111., after e visit with Mrs.Hudson's including gas I
l .50xl Urea and wheels. Good 100-LB. COOLERATOR |Ice
Mr
I Mrs Helentibrtght "ah
electricity hot water linens. Nice boR.j
B A. TlbblU who underWent Cot and Mrs Ralph W. king parent, Mr. and Mrs.
I $121 Phone 3X-W-3. III & Kntne Jon. '
ter Fraseur and John Martin of place 'for children Redland Court condition $JO. Dodd Radio and
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a major operation In man of Kin tnan Cross rd. and B. R. Swtlle,
Archer Smith Hospital J.m"j) Mrs Klngman's sister, Mrs A. C. Homestead Floyd Gray of Rock Phone ,214-R-4. (a2 ) (all) :207 N. Krome sv*. ( ) Phone ill

week. expects to return to Miller of Farm Life rd, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cash of St Harbor, Mrs. August Bradley\ ofRedlend t
[home aome time during the week'' Mrs Percy M Cochran Louis have been visiting with Mra. Gee. Wing 01 I DOUBLE: BED, reasonable. Mrt. 1940 PONTIAC station wsgon.
end. of Morrow. Q, who arrived Wednesday Mrs. Cash's brother and slster-in Florid City Daniel NellKtt of Rooms for rent-Glsdea Hotel Eva Colllna,, Federal Highway Reasonable. 7S38 llardee dr. Lot 1 It end 11 Blk. 1$. PorvMlr
Mrs. Cochran-- a slster-ln- law, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Crlm. Miami Ind Richard Tic* ot Prlvsubaths.. Summer' rates by .t Blacayne dr. (s2Vtf) South Miami Ph. Miami 48JIU. Phone 2J1-J. Mrs W. M. Woods,,
law Chicago week of month 282 8. Krome (SU-2I McCrtry Arced (milt/)
: I of Mn. Klngman and Mrs.
Harry Hemmlngs left Sunday Ave. (a22tf)
,.for Pan-American World Air Miller plant to remain till May Miss Judy McGarrah !daughter Maytag washing machine, Inner-
3 tW..t$ La Guardia Field In New I 5 when, she will visit her son, of Mr and Mrs Leonard Me- spring single mattress, B-burner PULVERIZED MUCK. See sample Lot B2-.13B N. J:. 18th St, llora*.
WYork for eight weeks of special Col. Avery Cochran in Fort Monroe C'rrah, underwent an emergency Do Sure to 2roonapt, edults ohly. N. WIth kerosene stove with oven. All In at 8. W. corner Silver Palm stead' Ph. 14e1mIlU)
,T training in maintenance( of the Va. appendectomy Apr. 21 at James at, at 8th tv*. J, H. Roberts good condition See :James Good- dr and Cooper rd.
Archer Smith Hospital. Read Jim Sharp'sAd (a22-2l) log W em st, Florida City
< aew Boeing B-377 Stratocrulser.: I Call B28-R-. ,.tOOIQ furnished hove 1st Av*.
Vpon his return he will have Johnnie Gadway, small ton of Next 'Week (pmt)II and .Ul St Ph. 278-W. (d31-U)
charge of Stratocrulser maintenance Mrs. John Carway, underwent atonilllectomy UPSTAIRS APT private entrance I
for Fan-American In Miami last week in Dade I or 1 bedrooms BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available
During his absence, Mrs. Hem-; County Hospital. Call I IIQ .R. ( ) at all times. Homestead Floral MISCELLANEOUS
TRADE IN cU
*>lng and their daughters Lollt 1 I'h'j sewing tnarhlna per o. e. and Gift Shoppe. 122 N.W. Ith st,
and ,Marguerite are visiting In Richard TI of Chicago la a Benson Electric I-BEDROOM APT, NEW 1141 cor. 2nd ave. (alt)
Puerto Rico with Mrs. Hemmlngs' house guest of his brolher.\\ .law prefer adults, no pots J. During the summer, Bamboo
parents, Mr and Mrs Bias Mar-' and sister Mr and Mri. Quentln Gossman, Redland rd. and Mowry. Tavern will open at 11 a. m. and
torani. i Andes! Ph. 820-R. (12211)) 'Dctme6ticSEWMACHINES CONCRETE BLOCKS, all Uses, close at 10 p. m. dally except
FrlneetM Florid. BRAKI SSRVICIImmediate : Brute's Block Co.. Naranja, Fie. Wednesday\ when It will be clued

I .' AWard the USS Toledo on II Dr. Francis Tucker and Dr. 1 STORE BUILDING located at Phone 573.rtoon all dur. ('D)
\.cruise I to Mexico ire George Dick-I Emma Tucker are expected this 3J1 8. risgler ave Ph. 6S.I -- -
,1 Inson Iind Donald Posey, Home- week-end from Daytona Beach to ForService Service .1&-20)) SANDING and FINISHING PAINTING don reasonably. Can
,(J stead boys who enlisted in the visit Dr. Emma Tucker's sisters, I Terms to suit you.Used : Install oak and pine floors,,:
log N, W, 10th sU (pall)
iJ| .svy;jlsst October. George Is i a Mn J. M. Holferty and Mrs. Ella orRepairs SPECIALS iphalt and rubber tile, linoleum J
arson of Mr. and Mrs. S. L, DickInson De Young Reasonable Prices new bajf-baj cement mixers. Day ph. 811-W; nights U7-W.
and Donald Is the son ot MM Ph 147, werCrow.> (mZOtf) rcfrlgeratora reflnUhMete fRES-Native rofk taken put In
{1'' Mrs. porothy Mrs. I ,1UIr.1&ee4, $711 dynamiting SOt tree planting.
Posey. Mr. and J. L. Leonhsrdt
homestead Glass
: and children Madelyn Jerry, Qualify Workmanship 'JerryT Mowers Call Doug at Heed portable Ironer all purposes. W*Co.-oI.do steel sash(or Good for rock walls buildings or
Mr.;I and Mrt Raleigh Bagby Henry and Dean have left for $$47. 110 N. W. 8th at. (si OH) $tl" gluing and gluing of all till rig 404.
types.
TillIe? on Electric romps" Blare
Ill ,
'qf Park were guests their summer home In Cherry- .. 201 N. Krome Phone 173.
here 'Sunday of Mr and Mrs yule) N. C. and Any Other Eleotrk* pownstalrt apt for 1 persona.private 4 ft Genuine DEEPFREEZE: HABDF.NliauUn.., landscaping,
!: enl* 'Gulndon, former neighbors I aNGINE: onlm: entrance, gar stove J $111.51tl topsoil, potting soil, .sand rock
in Illinois. Mr. end Mrs. Bagby I Mrs. Fritz Schroeder, Miss Appu..... __ o L Ball..... lat house W. of Seatoerd gal p errelaln Ubk-Up During the summer, Bamboo fill. Ph. 24J-R Writ Rt 2, Box
t Tavern will at 11 a. nl\, and
been open
: had visiting In Caracas Helen Schroeder and Glenn 6
on W. Avocado dr. (mUtt) wales healer $gtt 14-A, Homestead.
v YenesueU with their daughter Schroeder spent the week-end In MOTOR TUNE-CT I clot tt 10 p. m. dally exceptWednesday
t 1 !Patricia, who is teaching Hobe Sound aa house guests of 0 when It will be closed ,
) there. Mrs. Schroeder's brother-in-law Phone 442 FRONT END ALIGNMENT 4-oom upstairs trots gas stove! IIARRISRefrigeration all d.,. (all) RADIO RIPAIR-Quick aarvlc.
i t and sister )tr. and Mrs J, L o freshly Kenloned frlgldalre. Co. All work guaranteed, Price*
JI.JI.Mia l .' end Mrs Virgil D. Lyon Arnold PAINTINGBODY Come pee It Al*> down-stairs' 14* N. Kreme I reasosable. Robert J. Brooks,
<*hlldren, Betty and Ronald, ,'. porch. room. Mrs Maud Chandler, I NEW t-bdroera CBS horn In Caves aveJust .north et Palm.
.. to leave Wednesday tot M,..'8. S. Beam left last weekto AND a FENDER Ellver :l.j\4rf'h, \ :; > :" .47-.1-1'- fence',lSI NWt ctlon with many extras. I Drive, Florida l e City Phone a.-w. e
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f the summer in Crystal, spend some. time in Shelby, REPAIRSEAT 1 _u___ (.Slf) 11,000 down; ritA financing.: .
11"' Mich. N. C O Beautiful I.bedroom FUR PAINTING, decorating, waterproofing
I comsVI'IIOLIITtIINQ NISIIED home with double and glszlog. McLean.. ,
o garage; hollow tile construe phone 74$-R. ((1'1)'' )
A 1 !tlon, IISo-lermal!

o S300,<>>O() ,in Contract Orders LUXURIOUS natural fOrk, Grove mowing Carl Endllori: Rt
VNDE.C04mqPOaaUOODNQ) 1, Box 48t, Homestead, (old
1 o home with grove of bearing Lstchworth place Kings hwy)
AnlnheritontThat But Must Sell .
I avocados Must be seen to be (Mtf)
o appreciated At 118,000, this It

Be Taxed a.tiJ lc.t.nowGINEUL a rare opportunity FLOOR SANDING end FINISHiNG -

Cannot o 10 acres cleared land In City Install oak and pine floor,
o REPAIRS Local production metal manufacturing, plant, for only ,SI.9M-TERMSI atphalt and rubber tile, Uooleum.

A COMPLETlIIVll'fU.TQ- fully equipped power machinery and the only 8 acres close or In on road to Day ph. Bll-W; night U7-W.
BUMPER EEKyiCt: ;
0 new BAYFRONT PARK WB! DO reliable watch repalnng.
south of Jacksonville.
Jewelry Repairing M BUDGET PLAN IF' DElrtED electro-plating system IJ.800I Wood Jewelry, McCrory Arpads. -

) Premises PAY AS YOU 0WRECEER DtlVE. Must sell for lack of capital. Box A-187, Leader 2-bedroom FURNISHED home (dill)
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*n.&relttit inheritance you bestow son Wallbam, Elgin, Belies aid SERVICE Enterprise. with garage on LAN cAro IF YOU HAW teythtng t* nil

your child i I. a found mind and a pound Other Nationally Advertised a double corner lot near school or tt you: need anything visit
value at
WATCHES This Is exceptional the Swap Shop. We bur rape
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Robust health of reflcaetloeritsbly :
body. bodis $ ,000. condition store
r tresses |In food ,
in the .pirite.. .f GIFT JEWELRY Bird Chevrolet Co. property Ice boxes etc The Swap Shop
buslnest
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f} Grefulnnnurethroughthetryingperiodof ( Ill li Krone ,,... ; annual rental of $1,700.The Phone 4$,
'Infancy pad watchful nit In childhood c H_ Pile price It 1ZI.IIQO-TJJtWSI

and youth are essential. Indispensable to the child's H. E. Arnaud PbM M t COMPLETE REAL Floor Sanding and flalshlng.' '

welfare U your family doctor. Hit competent guidance It 8 Krone Ace FOR ESTATE SERVICE see Asphalt and' rubber til*. Phone
II7-W. (CIIIIIItWJ
will skillfully guide your child through the health 22 Years WithChevrolet f ;

hazards of the early year Consult him frequently impeetastAnnouneeha.t RICHARD FUCIIS SEE: ALEX LANIER for wall

The expense is trifling, the dividends in well-being IB Our Ad drilling. Corner Krome ave,
luaoeisursbla Next Week Registered Broker and NE. lOlh st Phone """,

for reliable service call or John IL lisle, Salesman
prescription pa M.ft Jim Sharp Clothiers )Ph. ..lor 75S-W P.O. Box 193 VFW EMPLOYMENTfor otnCl'
member and :empleyen.Service .
Member of Chamber free. Ovid SulUvsn, employment .
HOWARD JOHNSON Ph. O. .
--- ot Commerce officer N. Krone and
5th tt Phone 1M.


Glades Prescription Shop : GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANYRoofing During the summer, Bamboo
NEW 2-BEDROOM CBS home: Tavern will open at 11 a. m. and
AIR CONDITIONED screened porch. cathedral call close et 10 p. m. dally except
of All Types Ing and fire place In living room Wednesday when It will:( be closed
tiled bath and floors, Price 17.100, .U da,. ((120))

,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Solar WaUr Beaten (2,000 down balance $50 month.
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Only $ .SOO ill cash)) See ECKOE ,
Sheet Metal) Work BuildWith JORDAN reg. broker, W. Kings WANTED
(fttghwiy, Ph. 7111..,. (sSbdroom )
: ANNIE MAYHEW FITZfATRICK Air Conditioning I

:Bedland Road between Avocado n4 Blacayn* Drivel Faq Ventilation |- hems house on JolOxIW W'DtecS-to rent or take care of
l Our LumberIt's ( 27 N. W, Ith sty. Horn*. private cottage during June
Iosglstloll .t*.d. Ph. MIami 1-4141 or see July August Good housekeeper

Pianoforte ai\d\ Theory owner at 1M & Miami eve,! lov. gardening. Write lift. A.

Violin Xylophone Plano-Aceordloa ."y... .).ski..... the safest and cfieapwt in the long run. Miami., ((114tI) Van Orsdei, Camp Lee, Va. (.211))
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221 Anrea Ave. Mil StroBf, sturdy timber iqakea strong support for;
Oral Gables,.,. ;;;;
!"'III'II III'I'II'I I'I'III_1 1 1'1 1'1 III'''"I'I I'I I',''I I I I I'I I'I'I I I'I I''IIIII' I'I I'iiii'I I I'I I'I I''I II,I"''I I'I I'III''III''I'I I'I"I I'I I''I I I''I I'I,IIII,, 'I,II"I'I I II I I'11IYa 1.10 your ha *-yoQr walk, Four floors, joor[ beams, : zj :lLECTJU

and anywhere eels when quality wood .Li needed. SALES AND SERVICE


1 t Hope's ggB."BoirJarized" Steel Rhodes'

Garage Radio and Appliance Rcjwirsand

I i Cam WiMtws i K. B.. Mk 81. pad lie ATX.Optealte I Co. Inc. UcENS< >:
( Csuuttbe of Csssassrs* 4MJ,to I W. D. Home ; CO V'J'MCTOft mSl/BEP./


! AUTO TRUCK meN W_ .
4 Hardware and I IiUinx' JfsteriaJs

I W. C. BASS & SONS Expert Werksa*.*Ws> Oeneto4. .I ruN If S.4I4. ,Qfnsee 'RIGHT'; 'aEcIRICN

I f Exclusive Dealer In the Red and District Phone 9115 (1( .lght,145-M) I 11 N. Krome'Are. Phone 277

I I Ktwere_ B*. sad Mewts u. 1k. "'.11"'. I NO JOB TOO SMALL - ... fo' JS41...1V0e-Rls Krone Are at Flfrt St. FlrtMlMlfni ';

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Pagp Fight HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 29, 1949MITCHELL


Tell Ten THIRD ANNUAL REUNION BANQUET HELD ,
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LEADS .
(Five or times at bat) 'by I
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Of 381'
SCHOOL CLASS
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS BY REDLAND HIGH
AS H Pet FISHING NEWS i.
LEAGUE PLAYERS .. \ / I
Ben. Horn 1 4 MO.4H' The third annual reunion of DM nl Named plan next yMr'ayretaleo
'by
Fort. HMM ._14Kan 1 By CD FACCTTI star. olM of Radlaod High .: O D. cash, Ceo.;

B? KENNETH CRAVES ,pons. ...__ f I ..4HMl SOUTH DADE COUNTY HAS LONG RECORDOF ) tehee WM held FrMjr evening Wright, Dm Nelll and Lean Bdwarda. VFW _..II' 6 1
III tile Embassy Club. One member Cub Tentative plan\ are for
Mltchtn Hardware defeated Delk, Mitchell 1 a Ml HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB WORKMemben Atones Bennett\, came from barbecue to be held about th
Home Hardwire S-1 on Apr. 20, Shiner. VFW ..__"/ I MtJS1 Nee fee Week' ., A*. It-May I Waycrott Oe.. tot the dinner middle o( May In WOMn. .
although the Home outfit outhit Wtttkop, VFVTFuch < 1 at T...... .
Salinas Mn.Vrana
Mitchell tI.,. Bill, Forte the *. VFW ..42 4 JO e( Homestead, Red.(I Florida City group Joined the which WM attended by U mm- ,
Apr. 21_ 1:14: sfi 271: am. land ben and friends of the daw.Mr and Chat. Turner. Jr., '
and Princeton Home Demon-1 Homestead club which now meel.ton
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big pin In the Horn attack collected Ru., Horn __ .14 Mt I .
four hits In five attempt. Thorns, Mitchell T 1 Ml Apr. 2'n 141pm.; 104p.m.: ttratlon club will enter their the second Tuesday of each *. Ben Zelman WM elected charge of arrangemenU oryear'a '
Harvey Rue hit a home run for Sklner, Mitchell 7 J .21. Apr. 10p..10:00: a jn. a:41 t-m blue-ribbon handicraft In the month at MO: In the clubhouse: on permanent secretary' by the alum- dinner. .
Apr. 0102l p.m. 140: p.m. annual Dade County AchievementDay North Krome ave. '
Horn In th* fifth. May 1._10:IS a-m. 4:27 ajn. exhibit to be held Thursday '
RHE The Redland club meet on the MRS. J. B. SANDERS IS COMPLIMENTED i
CoachFordLegion May L.JIOI: p.1II. 4:11: pmMay In Miami Bayfront Park auditorium I I
Sprinkle Will second Friday of each month at of
Horne ._201 Oil oo*- 112 7 1..11:21: ..... 1:11: un. and recreation halt The 1.30: In the Lions Den on Silver WITH SHOWER GIVEN BY BAPTIST GROUP
Mitchell 100 010 (71 Baseball
til May t...1149pm.: 1:02: p.... ..blbll, which will mark National Palm drive, and the Princeton In
and
Oreer.Hill and Horn; Thomai Fourteen boys hiv registered May I. ..12:01: p,1IIo 5>Him Horn DtmontUitlon. week, will club 'meet on the flnt Tuesday Mrt J. B. Senders was complimented -, M. V. Stalling, Mr.. R. B. Rivet.,
to try out for the summer b.... May >..U2Iaja.: IN: p.IIL' be open from II to I:30, end the of each month at 2 p. m, In with a shower at a bull-I Mn. Ruth Alfonso Mr T. ft
On Apr. 21 Home defeated V. ball team sponsored by the Ford May 4....1Z."a m. lUim: program will begin at 10 o'clock. Princeton Church of the Nazirene. .t \ neat meeting of the Cleaners of?;:I{, Seats, Mr*. James B Fatherrce,
F W. t.'. Hayden Bliylock hit Company and John O. Salley Poet t May .4... 1:01 p.... 1:07: p.m. South Dad County hit had along Did County Home Demonstration First Baptist Church: on.tehlt: I I Mn. Edo Barnes', Mn J' R.<
..... 7:341.rn'May :
a home run and Bell got three for of the American Legion announces May 122am.; : record of successful home member will Join their el- at the horn of Mr. John Faker, Mrs Lyman William and''
four to pace tile Horn team to Dr. John W. DeMlily. LeroySprinkle 8_ 106pm.: 101: p.m. demonstration work and hat fur. low club member In other countle Hostesses were. Mn. Whitt, Mn. Mr*. Howard Jonet.

victory. Redlind High School Now that the farming 'anion niihed four presidents of the and states la observing Home J. H. Roberta, Jr., and Mrs R D.
'RHE coach, will train the team I I. over and 'tummer, time bat county council, Mrs R. y Burr Demonstration week The 21 McGinnla. McDOWELL CLUB TO MEET
Horn __000 003 015) ( 10 2 Ai organization and play will rolled around, well nee more and Mrt V. M. Grennell, Mr*. E. A. Horn :Demonstration clubl In ", Pink and blue spring Rowers, WITH TALLULAII tVtBB:
V F. W.030 000 ..0010 I not begin until vacation there will more local people enjoying" their Carter and Mrt. R. E. Wltten- Dade County hive 1,000 member were used throughout the rooma, Tallulah Webb will be hocteat,,
Simmons and Bliylock; Fuchi be no conflict with high achool favorite tport .lining. wyler.Turing. I enrolled. Some typical: report and the tint were repeated In the to McDowell Juvenile Music Club;
and Tomerlln. athletlct, Dr. DeMlily *.,.. Pacific Light Are .was very and following. World showing how these Dade County decorated bassinet which held the .t S o'clock Saturday afternoon,
1Uecond Signed fur play are Jack Pope,, fertile lining ground for Dr. and Wit I, several Horn pemonttri- Horn Demonstration member gift The honoree was prli; win. at her home on Gal King Highway -
V. F W.
Mitchell banded In Roy Oorday, Hal Krlwr, Und, Mr*. M. A. Berger Mr. and Mr. Uon agent had worked In Dad Improved their family living uv. ner In a contest Illness of Ward Weiaa. who
detest Friday night Fred a Condcry, Billy Henry, David Bob Blggen 'and .H. L. Berger. County for short period of time. elude the following: 200 member Strawberry shortcake wnerved. hat chickenpox prevented pus,
I bird ought 2-1 encounter' Kellilirr Dill Horne, Sam Sincere Their catch contlttd of, twenty Then came an interval In which doing better meal planning and club' holding its achedulcd meeting
Fuchi timed three hilt n Mitchell\ Ed- Robert Uooth, Dan Wolfenbarger permit, nine mapper two Jew- the work was dropped, However food preparation 179 following Present,, 'beildet those mentioned at the Weiss. horn.
collected: two uneirntd runt Pat Neafwy, George Sprinkle, fish( one weighing. twenty-two In October of It24 It was reettabllRhed food budget, 200 fimlllet growing were Mn. A. E. Smith. -
wards and Fuchi ted the loners Jimmy Watson and Olin Wright, pounds and five grouper and hat been In continuous home garden, 222 famlllet M.... D. H. Dellinger Jr. Mr.. Th Homestead Art '4rpainting
with two (or four apiece Jr, George fatter tad. the lime, of operation tine that Urn. having physical examination, Laban Bishop JN Mn. Harry clan will meet In the
RHE "ook.LandlD' The tint four Home Demonitrt- 146 pieces of electric equipment Rivet, Mn. Ralph Stalling, Mn. municipal park Tuesday afternoon ,
lilt life landing a pound '
Mitchell _100 000 00- 212 lion club to be organized were purchased for UICM hornet 148 H. A. Aman, Mrs W. M. Lee Mr*. ;
I V. F W. ,000 100 000- Ie. Itcdtand Blanked 12 to 0 a flab that sue on a small In RedUnd, Homestead, Florida lawns Improved 6,524 new garment :
Thomas and Greet; Fuchi and Saturday in No-Hit Tilt catting outfit It tome fun Just City and Princeton. Later the made for family members, !
Tomerlin. I try It *

I V. f. W. turned down Horn R. H. S [Diamondbacks were SHOWER\ FOR MRS. B. II. STEVENSON J t.l
blanked out 12-0 by South River Fifth Dcfcit .
Straight .
Monday after rain delayed play t.
N J, In a no-hit game Saturdayon GIVEN BY FRIENDS AT IIORNE HOME I Surprise !
for almost an hour. Dick Edward the Ritllnnd diamond, Eddie Handed GroWeri, Monday J :
hit a horn run and a single for ,
V. F. W. Fred Fuchi struck out Sarno, vlnlting pitcher, mused a Twe defeitt, Wire chalked up -Yellow- snapdragons- and Queen Susie Stoy.GUU '
II batsmen and allowed seven perfect gnme when he allowed a b y the H. H. 8.''Grower baseball AnnVi1 ace 'and lighted yellow were tent by Mn. W E. th 7 w
r hits Sam Torclae got two of the walk In the bottom halt of the teem Iq game will Miami Tech lepers wen uaed for decoration Hammock Mr*. Pete Morgan
even In two tiles seventh Redland committed 11 on Thursday of. last week u Miami li the shower for Mn. B. H. Mrt H Collier Mrs. Virgil Lott, I'm taking a

Horne JOO 201 0004 7 t errors Field and with .Miami... Beach' Stevenson on Apr. 21 at the homeOf Mrs Miry Sindford Mrs J. L. tacation after alit!
V F W 030 020 OOx- 5 < 2 James Hooker collected\ two of here or! Monday. Mrt Dexter Home. Hostesses Kulp,' Mitt Ann, McLane, Miss I
Simmons and Civet; Furhi and the Dinmomlbiiki\ three hits In Tech clinched Id third victory Were Mn Horn, Mr, W. H Jolyn Mock, Mill Jodi Bolender, ,
Tomerlln. theirl defeat Tuesday by the of the,tenon by dropping Home- Rowe, Mn M'J. Garrett and Mr*. Mill Mary Lou Lawrence andMill P.
host Weal I'ulm Bach Wildcats, stud B-D, despite a 1-2 Grow en' Earl Byrd, Ann Home. 1. Twe wild weeki ef fun I weald f
SUndlnn Redland lone run wn scored. by lead In the top of lbS fifth.\ Miami 'Game were played, and after j
Team W L CD Pet Bob Motley, who wu walked by Beach out-<9red ,the"local the gift were opened by the MRS. HARPER HOSTESS never hiv hU bat for that
Mitchell .. I 0 1.000 Wildcat Ken Johnson dole tee Mn 12-2 ''Io> hand'the Growers honor, a congealed salad court AT DINNER PARTT
Horne .._ _. .1 :2 I 1>4 .83) I and and came In on Hooker's their fifth straight 'defeat. this wen served long term, easy payment' vacation
V. F, W. .1 2 m 333 tingle tenon Present besides those mentioned Mss C. T. Harper entertainedat In
dinner Monday evening loan I get today.
a party
were Mrs. A. E. Smith,
Iin( honor of the first weddingannlvensry "
Girls Mn. R. D. McGlnnli, Mn Laban
DefeatedIn : of Mr and Mrs Raymond
Bishop, Jr. Mrs J. H. Roberta, 0S'A
Try One Meal and You'llReturn Miami Tournament Stevenson Mir Lamar Table decoration!
Jr, Mr B. W. ,
of white !
Mill Wind Smith, were a centerpiece h4jbltcui If you're short on
Peggy Byrd; tiles and whit candies 4
Redland' and
Homestead and high
for Another atPasco's Mia* BUM Hammock Mitt Joyce
schools were both routed In the Ander- In crystal holders.Present vacation money
,
Mergan, Mitt Vera Ma f seer
I named
besides those ,
first round of the Girl senior Mil .HUd Pope and Mm
sea
high sports day toft-ball tournament I were Miss Cecilia Harper, Harry c.
held Friday at Miami Jick- Thomas and Francis Fitzpatrick.I. "
Miami' High captured the RUTH RUTLAND MADE ,

f title IOn. 'lor.I.. /* fourth. consecutive COUNSELOR' AT FSU ,I. t Homestead Loan Co.

Farm House Restaurant year. Mitt Ruth Rutland of Homestead \
Redland WM 'dfetd. ,7-0 by has been elected, a* a I' Try,U When You Need .

the victors, and Homeitead was junior counselor at Florida State A Haircut 205 N. Krone Ave. Phone 113
313 N. Flakier Ave. Homestead blanked 14-5 by Miami Edlton. In [;nlver It taking a special or .. . '
round. Miami I ,11eo' that'' I 2'I .
the consolation k,, training ** for work. ShaveBaiml -
Beech edged'wit Redland Hi andEdison I Selected
whlte-w* hed Homestead., Ship slid ability to become 1 part _,.___- _--_ _.... *Ie

I 40. _ of tht college, the counaelon. Shave _>_.._,,. ., ... (..
i shin the rMponaiblllty of orientln '
; -Universal | -Custom Built- | the new itudent Shamae (Medicated) __ 1."

Class Heirs Miss KentOn Mitt Rutland I li a daughter of Facial Pack __ 75* '

,Wood. Jalousies .- Vocational 1 Guidance Mr and Mn. J, R. RuUand of Maaaace (plain) (S* Us Supply Your
Homeitead and a gradual. of
to Facial 7S
The training necessary qualify Homestead High SchooL CembhutloB *

Aluminum at a horn dmonitrtton) agent Tent _--- ...._- 2Ie
was outlined by Mist Olgl Kent,
,"lllancounl, agent, on 'ru_ Individual Dress Designs Mustache Trim It* Lawn and Garden Needs

e Venetian Blinds Storm Shutters diy for advanced Mitt Bertha horn NIU tconomlctclatk HIUImin'f Made by 1I.ILS. Art Class Shampe (Plain) _____ 15.BUSII'S '

e Repairs Alteration! e New Buildings at Homestead High School bran detlgnl to lull her Individual
On Wednesday\ Mr. Don Fr $ pertdnullty and her figure
1 r yra, Homestead law student at type are being made by etch girl I
the University of Miami, spoke In the Homestead High School
to! the group on horn'ownership. advanced art clan taught by Mitt Barber hop Lawn Mowers

George N. McHugh Contractor A simulated radio broaden! Helen Fope. The pupil are con- Power Mowers _
will be used by students of Miami ; strutting also paper and cardboard OPB, City BaD .
Technloal High School\ to models of houses for which .
It BUCAYNE DRIVE' TEL. HOMESTEAD TII-R present a preview of the school they drew original plant. :. ( I Lawn Sprinklers I'

and itt work 'to local Junior and On display now In th* officeof <,:.\ Garden Hose t
y senior high, school pupil at atpeclal Principal E B. Blackburn an 1 r .
assembly Tuetday. .. in water color by three' Grass Shears '' ),
The Junior high school won memberi of the claw a view of Overseas Bait & :\\ '

1 ivorabl comment from Miss the high school by Betty Taylor Hedge Shears '
Alice MicVkir county supervisor a tropical island by Martha Lee ., ,
Tackle .J
of Junior high schools, on a Davit, and a commercial:\ waterfront Shop Garden Rakes
visit of Inspection Wednetday. by Ruuell Home Jr. ". ,
,
Sfmi4 tr. I E B. Black I.
report Principal COMPLETE ROD AND Grass Brooms .
burn. Special recognition' wit REEL REPAIR
given the art and manual. training Be Sure to '
xhlbltt. e nSIIINO

TELEPHONE: Me. 171 Read Jim Sharp'sAd INFORMATION "

IWo snows DAILYI 'aDd' P. M.SATURDAY .
sold SUNDAY eeaUnMM t tin IkAdUKOeau Next Week 8, ktem Av*. Ed Paeettl
Ad.fUi Mint. let' MatlBe' (till 1 I p. se). Da 'MiamiTheatre LUMBtPo 03.
ChUdreai miler .... hi l ten t* twelve !... (Tax tact.....) Sooth S : :

HARDWARE pUILOINO MATERIALPHONE

'Last Times Today: "Night Has 1000 Eyes" ft HOMESTEAD t-tA f

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SATURDAY April St-Do.M. Feature Program. l
GENE AUTHY BARBARA I1RITTON In I
"LOADED PISTOLS- ,I kleek ... *f traid Bf kl Ma.Dtsky. r

(Gen smokes out a killer and Champion brings him i In) I .
KRUPA walk Mtaaal.these ...1111 .
And VIRGINIA GREY JIMMY LLOYD GENE Ii e 1e '
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AND HIS ORCHESTRA InGLAMOUR I .
\ GIRL"toys I :

( hoes the music In a recording studio) I Saturday, continuous I to II .... I Free binder with every 25c worth of school
Sunday, continuous I to \\ p.m. .
SUNDAY and MONDAY, May I-3 Monday thru Friday shows filler, while they: last !
LARRY PARKS, MARGUERITE CHAPMAN In I at T and I pjn.
1ILADE .
"TilE GALLANT
...-....., May a.. Jim>> ........ .
Daariy
(Mad*..In Ctncolor) t Grit. In Stock: '
(Let no man crow hit tteel nor woman. tempt his UpO JANE WYMAN; LEW AYER Orewta Mask U t**.. ILlt 1 H. he* '_' ." __....J 25e
Added "AU Gemmed U.." Ceawdyi "U My Oee.aela.MCarteeeil CHAR BJCKTORD .to .LarUc. Maah, II -.. ....11 '***** 1'- Whit pre ROYAL TYPEWRITERS
falhe New "Johnny Bel1 da" Larb Maak, IN Ibh.H.41 Mal S tit. bag -. -.--.{* "
w ..... Fe V U Ik*.. M tarae Uaea Sean dried ALLEN-WALES ADDING MACHINES
TUESDAY sad WEDNESDAY. May 1-. T--W4, Kay' 9-1 Berateh Fee. IN Iba''-'-,DM t 1 tit lib. _._....M*. ,. 4
DENNIS MORGAN, JACK CARSON. DOROTHY' MALONE'., RITA HAYWOam. GLENN .. ,AM Fat CktM. F. & E. CHECK WRITERS !
PENNY EDWARDS Sir 'rORDIn, .
14 e* IUI lie .. .
AM with -
Fag BxwheMl -- -
TEXAS"Printed I i! : J
"TWO GUYS FROM "Loves .Carmen" ,
of ..
t il* ruse and eke*** WkHe II_ Evapeeaied
to TecIsn color
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1Au ItX-M M ;.1" r
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i Milk. I tan MU : M, l .
(fA eolor-twept round-up of song and joyous spectacle) .ee
Y1urs.-FvL May . Face Bla4 Derby ,
A....: "B..* ef Ubertf,*"WB Shed bMtHem s 111THURSDAY JOHN WAYNE PEDROARMENDAIUZU Ft. Jar __ Ifs Brifkt San Bleach H tU. II.Wala. . EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE '

FWaJ. Carteea._ .. Msuas adenwd Dcx akerteaiav. . I tit. CM lie

Md FRIDAY. May >-. Three'Godfathers" JIB. 14 ... ,eta .-' 4.1..30 N.Uey (Mee.. .t Ik. __ _._ .M*
ELEANOR PARKER, ALEXIS SMITH, SYDNEYGREENSTREET Homestead Dice
hi Supply
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t3strtdsl''atf"7 .
"WOMAN ,IN WHITE" .OBN&.A\mtVID'
(She hid her black secret"under a cloak of white) "Straw b r UEloan" A&P FOOD STORE 24 N. W. First Street Phone 102Jbb ,
Added: *Calc A* C4; Cal, Curtoea; IVaaaeeatt New t Alee' . .,
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atwye Printing
Cemlw: ....., and Meaulay. May l-ll ,fMOKT' 80NO" "D al'JI'lIe-:! t
Merl Okere r. 375 Sooth I Krp>f AYe., Homestead


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