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: January 6, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00694
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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"IRON LUNGS" Charles T. Fuchs Mourned Here Rcdland'i Sprankle Gym Coach Dedicated Sees VOTERS ML CHOOSE MAYOR \



was Redland honored Coach Wednesday Leroy Sprinkle night In AND FIVE COUNCILMEN RUN I
COIN BOXES IN
Where Renowned Bakery Started Klngitport' Tenn., when Dobyn

Bennett High School dedicated It*

new gym a* the Leroy Sprinkle' CITY FOR NEXT TO YEARS I
DIMES MARCH Gymnasium in recognition ofSprlnkl. p:
Charles T Fuch, {7, of South continuous chain of operation I I .'* 32 year of coaching'

Miami, HomeiteaJ man who developed from the lime the dough U mixed service at the school. Mr. and Mrs. /
until the baked loaf of bread Is Sprinkle were guest of the
Miniature "Iron lungs" of cardboard a back-room bakery Into wrapped, with virtually no handling Klngiport achool board on the UPSTATE RAINS Homestead voter wU |0 to the I
one of the greatest baking Instltutioni by human hand In the whol.prot'ell. trip for the dedicationSpranVle'a polls Tuesday to mm a mayor
have been introduced to
end five councllmen. Ballot
city
killed .
In the South wee
collect funds for this year'l Marchof coaching record aKlngRport maybe cut between 1 I, m. and I
Saturday afternoon by the whirling Charles Fuchs himself designed won mention In I Sat TO HIKE DADE
Dimes, which faces a need propellor of an alrboat. the system, with the aid o( urday Evening: Post article by T p. m. by qualified voter who ,
greater than ever bffore, says More thun one thousand peraonafrom staff of baking Industry engineers., Georgia; Tech Coach Robert E. Lea have lived In Homestead for 1M
Redland District Chairman Thos.B. all parta of Dade County attended he called Into consultation So Dodd one of Sprankle'i boys TOMATO PRICES ala months preceding the election ,
RoyaL The receptacles have funeral services held( for unique and outstanding la tin Kingsport monument to him 'are and who were registered in the
been placed at strategic points the president of the Holaum Fucha-deslgned time and laborsaving city: books at least ten day be-
the Big rive Conference of neighboring Torrential rains which put an
throughout the district by members Bakery Tuesday afternoon in continuous circle of operation town and the Saturday fore the election 1 1
of the Homestead Rotary South Miami Baptist Church that the American BaktraAaaocl.Uon Morning Lea'gu for younger boys, end (to the Fort Pierce fall tomato For Homestead' top pat the
which la sponsoring the held annual are expected to put will chow between Tho
Club. The church seats 625, ao Several its convention both of which he organised, crop money voters I
campaign and by Volunteer hundred of the mourner stood In Miami so that its mem Into the pocket of Dade> farmer E Klrby. Incumbent mayor who ,
workers, Coin-cards have been outside during the ...rvka.Th. s hen might study the machineryIn hOW bringing In their )plneUnd polled ill volea In the Dec, IS
distributed to the local schools hundreds of floral tributes operation .t..the llolsum Bakery Lath of t will .primary, and 8.C Livingston,
fund are expected to be were banked to high that the wall in South Miami. LIONS' CIRCUS trop competition former four-time mayor who J
swelled by: the annual collections behind and on either side< of the Fuchs did not design new baking bring good prices, the grower polled 281 volea
made by: the Seminole Theatre casket was almost hidden. The unita- -h* used all the latest WILL, BENEFITBRADLEY believe The glades Trop li *x, They will select the councilman .
and by the benefit basketball funeral cortege was estimated to known baking units and combined pooled to hit the market about from the ten candidate who were : I

game played each year between be a mile lung them In a synchronized circle ot( Feb 1Except nominated in the primary. with i l
Redland and Homestead girls'' Final trlbutea were paid and operations, According to last AWARD' for low-lying area the following vote; [
teams Royal said, More than $500 prayers said by the Rev. H. F count II bakeries In the United flooded out In early rains, so far,
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was turned In last year by the Morrison, pastor of the church, States have Installed 'the Furhi local cropi have emiped with Howard L Johnson '_, (45. :
theatre, which Royal believes lath the Rev. Everett S. Smith of system in their plants. Fuch had Th, Redland District Lion little damage. says County Agent Walter Weiss . .... .411H.
will Its annual circus Chit H. Stettin),. L. Jr. 402
Club Brandenburg,
only one In the' stets that First Christian Church of Miami become recbgnlred< as one of the iponsor
continues to make the annual and the Rev. C Roy Angell ofCentral biking authorities of the country iierformanres" this year on However, the normal growth Ernest; E. King 409--
collections.. Almost $100 was Baptist Church of Miami Feb. 8 to finance the Hill Bradley I la being retarded by heavy winds Wm, Muanelwhlte, (incumb.) 3C8Jame
raised by last year's benefit game. Fucha' "big-hearted generosityand : The, Fuch bakery which now award which each year sendsto that continue to buffet and burn L, Wollam (Incumb.) 'ISI
Miss Mary Becker an experienced fine work ai citizen" were has a capacity of 8,01)0) loaves ol summer ramp the two t the tender plant In the fields 3, O Wynn (Incumbent) Ito
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polio nurse, ha been stressed by the preachers.The bread an hour Is the largest independently bent all-aiound bon from the Farmers have harm plagued also B W Morrla ._... _. lot:
named captain for Florida City tragedy which took the life ,0............. I owned bakery of its Homestead and RedUnd summer by frequent rains which fouler J. R Roberta,. Jr. ... JSI '
and Wayne Rogers captain of of the popular bakery head occurred kind In the world today playgrounds' Recipient: : of thisyear' the development of lute blight by L A. Fewell.. .___ 111
award will b* announcedat furnishing Ideal breeding cimdltloni ,
the Silver Palm area Other appointment on a duck-hunting trip in Charles Fucha always employedall #
The two touncllmanlc rndl-
..IU.be mad, and HOiriTAL MEMORIAL PLANNED HERE local the club' youth night program for the wet-weather disease. :
the everglades when FuchC shotgun help. lie trained many a dates the voted
Rotarian have volunteered) tocanvsss exploded and the recoil Homestead friend, and admirers of Charles T Fuch who Homestead boy and Rent him off to be held Jan. 14 Ii\ addition the rain week nil will be recelvlnl elected' for float I four-year '

the downtown business hurled film' backward head 10...- would like their token of esteem to take a more lusting form than to baker'a college, even after the Sam Sincere of Homestead and the spray application", thus making terms. The next hlghetj' threewlll,
farmers' the
bouse*. most Into the unshielded propellor flowers are making contributions to I fund which will be donated plant moved to South Miami. In Robert Bonham of Redland Ian the difficult.Since fight. against serve two year terms-j J will thmayor *
tfesplt an emergency call last blades of the alrboat from whichhe to James Archer Smith Hospltsl for use by Its board of director in the SO years of It* existence, the summer received two-week all- blight mar clad >
September, the National Polio was shooting. Death was instantaneous establishing an appropriate memorial to the former Homestead business Fuch bakery ha never experienced expense stays at Eagl Camp In Chi lnUnSi, rains have
Foundation I* now without funds, man and civic leader a strike. Plugs! National Pik a* a memorial caused crop losses estimated at Of llomeilead 1,200hregislered
Royal say. On hundred cases John E. Grant, Frog City operator The memorial idea was a spontaneous development here this Fuch was a charter member ol to Mr Bradley, former from 6H to M per cent In the voter. 1ST 'balloted in the pile
here last year caused Dade County of the alrboat, brought the week, and the Homestead Rotary Club, of which Fuch was a charter I the Homestead Rotary Club when club member and RedUnd High Everglades and East Coast area mary,

to go "into the red" 116,000, I body back to that frog-hunting member, will act as custodian of the fund, No solicitations whateverwill I it wan formed In 1924 It was In School Instructor, '
Of Its $140,000 collection the I be made. Those wishing to have a part in the memorial! may the activities of this club that hi Last :year' circus receipts financed '
settlement whence it was taken I and Park.Are'Publiclxed'Ir
Homestead
make their checks out to the Charles T. Fuchs Memorial Fund and Everglades
also the recent purchaseof
to the :
county turned over 170,000 and Chandler became such clew ,
by a Miami funeral home. Fuchs I
mall them to Wm J. CeronlmO, secretary of the Homestead Rotary J
foundation and wu forced tow I' was accompanied on \ !!hunting Club Homestead Fla. .', ..,/t I friends that they Jater. bpeam* teleblnacular, vision-testing. .. AA i!.M ''
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... '88.boA.r t. tr4e4by ip,M.-OyUfc....I&'tdumut .. --.. .'.... tiI', ... . " b lllIed associate*.' Fucfil'wai*. eppeealrygfeeJaetl Redland" K'''' ...

tklentsts( bell J. 1h.t''M1ri Grove, but "J>ykea was in anotheralrboat There' Charlie: h'w.. knownto Luther L Chandler frequent visitor at the local meetIngs stead.and the. ..... schools. 1
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the of polio will ---, I
five year cause after h moved to South ether .
and did not witness the Homestead and the Everglades nut palm and In'1 addition
all. helped his father In the Faust J'1 1
be $Isolated and a preventive developed I of I
accident Miami and became a member National i Park were given glowIng there lire mahogany tree and
Royal stated i I Sheriffs deputies ,who Investigated Fuchs Grocery and learned to In another five yean the the. Miami Rotary Club. He attended TRACTOR GEARS publicity in the current papaya and rubber trees, andcertainly
make bread.
An active part In earlier drives the accident found that mud ness of the bakery ha4 expanded the Homestead Rotary 'Issue of Motor News' official, publication I the greatest collection ortioplcsl
ha been taken by Royal' eldest i j: had clogged the murals of the H* served In the navy during to such an extent that the Home- o Club meeting last week just nt the Automobile' Club and semi-tropical flowerIng

Ion, Tommy, polio patient who I I.: gun an expensive, precision-made World War I, and on his return steed Bakery, Inc, was doing three days before his death. CRUSH TO DEATH of MUlngsn: an AAA affiliate! plants to b* found arty when'*
ha been undergoing a sells of' Magnum shotgun, and undoubtedly acquired the bakery part of his more' business I In the: Miami fcreathan i I H* had ranch Interests. In the I Picluies of Paik' !Superintendent| In the United t States, .
correction operations at the Warm II I I caused the explosion when father' business and moved it In the. Homestead area South Miami are and his future ROY E. EAKER Dan B. Beard and of park scones While the visitor will get art
Springs Foundation.. Tommy expects Fuchs pulled the trigger. The explosion to a store building on Flaglcr Forced to seek a more central plans Included the building!! of a Illustrate the article, "Tropical Immense kick In picking orchid**.'.
to be returned horn In I ave., the one Just recently vacated location In 1935 Fuchs and his ',
ripped a seven-Inch slit multi-million dollar ultramodern Paradise," written by James P I from the tiunks of the trees. ,t
February In the barrel of the gun by Csutier Motor and associate bought and remodeled : shopping center just west ol Roy E, Esker, 84-year-old Welsh "the old AAA traveler". would say that the greatest pared* ,
Charlea Theodoras Fuchs was bought by the Vinlng Davis Interests the palatial! South Miami boom- the present South Miami business Homestead farmer, was Instantly A* a result of his trip here last of color lie in the wildlife, for ,f
\ born In Now York City July 25, for Inclusion as part{ of time theatre building and with'I district He was president of the killed ..bou4 o'clmk Monday spring, Welsh says he plans to within the park you find dreg and
OIL[ WELL HERE 1892. \His boyhood was spent in the tractor sale and service much regret moved their bakery South, Miami Chamber of Commerce afternoon when he became caught make his home llumoiiload! after I panther, bear and racoon, bobcat
Milan Tenn, where he attended quarter of Grower1 .Equipment. operation to South Miami and a director of the Miami In the power tII ke-ort of a spray retirement at a \Plrolt newspaperman and ottern< of course, peer
I grammar school and high school H* sold the bakery in' the early changed the name of the company Rotary club and a member ol machine h* was operating on his and radio comnicntatur, 'I' Ol'en'waler' you find the mink-
IS ABANDONEDAS I In IBIS his parents the late Mr. 20' to J, B. MacDonald jbut back to Fucha Baking Co. I'I John O. Saucy (Homestead) Posl East Glad farm at Farm Life The article follow tee, or seacow, believed is b* the.
and Mrs. C. T. Fucha, Sr., moved bought It back In 1025. By 1930 There under the trade name of of the American Legion. rd and Mowry dr, I genesis of the mermaid stay fof
DRY HOLE[ their family to Homestead where h. had built .It jnto a $100,000 Holsum Bread the business grew |I Charlie FUl'h.11 survived by his According to his three young Do you want to explore the the manatee, a mammal, nurse*
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a little later, the senior Mr Fuchs I business and .moved into big new' with gigantic strides until two wife, Onle and a daughter, Jane, grandsons, Charles. Daniel Roy tropical Junglt' Want to pick II ILl young and exhibit a great
!! and his brolher-ln-Isw, the lateRichard quarter buttt'etplC'lallt for it on years ago a $1,100,000, expansion 'of South Miami and by two and Jimmy taker who were with orchids from the tree trunks many human trait Another cute
Drilling of the'Grossmsn Ham Link bought from a Mr.Noblea .', S. E First av*. About that time program was completed that brothers, Fred and Richard Fuchs, him Mr. Eaker either fell Into Maybe you'd like to pick your gadget you find In the Everglade:
mock oil well has been abandonedat we grocery, store that Is he was elected to the Homesteadcity achieved result that other bakeries and two skiers, Mrs. Lena Know. or became entangled In the machinery lipstick from jungle tree Or see I is the tree snail In brilliant color
a depth of II,6 JO feet. Coastal I now the Homestead Grocery. IA council for two terms Also had only dreamed of_ lei and Mrs.. Othella Fuchs all when he dismounted locks[ of brllllantly-plumaged and ranging In size up to two
Petroleum company which began ,a back room was a small bakery h* had acquired two associates, map production system that I la ar of Homestead from the tractor to tinker with birds circling and wheeling In inches
drilling Jn September some II I the uncovered motor Tie youn- number" almost sufficient to block In the bird there Is just about
mile north and west of Home- (1' dare ran for help to the horn out the sun Even-.-If you're luikyl! everything imaginable egrets<
Tourists Deluge C of k
steed was authorised to plug the NAVAJO NATION $106,550 in lU.ildin. : Permits O.K.'dHomestead of Mr, D. H Delllnger Eaker'i see the rare and entirely harmless and herons and Ibis, llmpkln and

well Wednesday M a dry: hole It For Dta on District deter, but the entrapped man was Indigo snake-or I great slumbering kites! hawk and 'bald eagles.
Is the sixth non-producer sunk ORGANIZES 1ST I At One Meeting\ f Council dead when Mr. Delllnger and alligator Or thrill to the The entire are I is a vast breedIng -
by the company In Florida Prospective tourist are dlugIng oilier members of the family arrived exotic perfume of blossoms never ground for these fcnusual end
.The drilling contract was the RedUnd District Chamberof seen In the more northerly clime beautiful birds, and they' wheel
handled by Loffland Brother of EMLORER POSTThe Commerce with Inquiries, says I Permit for I106.SSO worth of posed pipeline from its bulk plant Th body was sent Tuesday Okeh, friend, all of that\-and and circle overhead In 'great "
Secretary Cecilia) Olive who reports new construction were Issued by on S. W. Fourth st to the F. E. moie--Is! when ,
Tulsa. Okls under the supervision night by Turner Funeral )Horn toCherryvllle vastly your you flocks They stand' along the waterways -
reception of( more than |00 ; the Homestead city council Tues C. railroad, Sinclair Refining Co.
of J. E. Swarthout The company ,. N. C, for funeral make your first pilgrimage Into In quiet contemplationand
reported to be one of the first Explorer Scout Post letter during the holidays, and day night must make formal application to service and burial Mr Eaker'i the mint unusual of all national frequently appear to pay little I
largest In the world brought Id In the Navajo Nation hat beenorganized up to 10 a day sine I' The main project I II the buildIng the city council for a franchise wife MrSaVlrgl* Faker wa accompanied perks, Horlds's new Everglade attention to the human being who
here forth Inquiries have come from Cuba, by Clutter Construction Co. which must be advertised, then National Park spread over the
families of oil worker by Sliver p.lm'M.th. by Mr.'and Mr David are exploring the section Immense
project Canada, and New England, Middle of Miami of 21 two-bedroom CBS approved by city voters, City Attorney Carpenter Of Homestead brother- very southenmost tip of the P'lorl- rookeries of egret, heron
od's' Church under the sponsoring homes at cost of $4,500 each on Ira C Haycock told the
Atlantic and Great Lakes sections a in-law and sister of Mr Esker, da mainland mile south of Tarn-! and Ibis are spotted over the *rji
War Vet I Dependents, of the Men'i Fellowship with and even from) California, a flve-cr tract bounded by N council The Sinclair project given and by Mr. Delllnger. emi Trill which always has been and even reptile are represented
W. Sixth and Seventh avenue unofficial by the council
the Rev Alfred Hedberg as chairmen she says.Jack approval Other survivors Include: three considered In the Everglades. The ranging from the small and beautiful .
May File Claims Jan. 19 \ and Fourth and Sixth street' Mrs. has been pending since protests
trail rut through the Ever.glades -
The Explorer group Is forbore ions Cecil Boyd and Bruce of does chameleon to hug alligator I.
Veteran cf war,service or their of 14 years of age and over. fell to Describe Lorene for Schowaiter CBS war residenceon given a were lodged. by adjoining taxpayer Cherryvllle; three daughter, Mrs. ( and It'* one of the most and an occasional crocodile; tnd .

dependent may file claims tot W "Commander" Jones is Children of DP Camps permit N. W. t $7,200 at. and Mrs. Lena Ralph tlarrelson of Cherryvllle, picturesque of all highways, but the Indigo make I la another denl-
benefit- en Thursday afternoon leader of the group which enrolled )4th addition Mrs. Frank Sickle of Kannspolls, In traveling Tamlaml Trail you'veJust tan of the park area, the Indigo
Jan 19 when M E. Penton, assistant eight members Dsnlel The public It Invited to hear Knowles, one. for a $350 N. C. and Mrs. John Limerick of Visually tasted the glorle of nut only harmless but a very
to her home S. W. Fret| it.
slat service officer, will beat flurry[ Ronald Gagllardl Fred Jack Bell, Miami newspaper eol- on. BULLETIN BOARD Gastonla, N. C.; five brother, C that vast territory of the Bernnule friendly little fellow, '
Legion H.U from l.SO to 4:60.: Uowry, Jr- Gen Mullin, Richard umnlit and radio commentator, The council voted to take oI50adverUesmenc I D and T, 1. Eaker of Homestead If you are a fisherman you will\ '
Claims may be filed by the Paddock: Myron Sasaer, Billy speak at the Redland P. ,..' A. ( In the 12- PLANNED AS NEW\ and Rex, Webb and Coy Esker of Factually, few have seen the find your heart' desire In the J JI
Widow, children or dependent Snowden and Robert Somers. meeting Thursday evening on the page Redland District Scenic Cherryvllle) a sister, Mri. Henry Everglades except the Seminole I park, for therein I I. some of the 1
children .of war-Urn veteran, Committee members present were children of the European camp Quid sponsored by South Dade Delllnger of Cherryvllle! ; and 17 and the pet-hunter who, year : fined fishing In the worldHrtttoJ..
says Wm. J. Oeronlrno of John Q. J. A. Soiaer, the institutional for displaced person Mr Bell Garden. Club C OF C SERVICE grandchildren. A fourth son,Kern, ago, almost decimated the bird fish and snook and tarpon arid .
Salley Post .f the American Legion. representative, D 8. Cooper Rob- will give a first-hand report of In order to construct Its pro- Faker, died her six month age- population of the are a* they speckled trout and bast. For year..., r;
It I* important that claims art C MarDonell and Clarence. condition observed on I recent Mr Faker was a commissioner! ought plume for milady's hat the Seminoles hive been jtfit ' ;
b* tiled now, be say. '., "'. Gray tour of the. campa.KI"anlana V.F.W. Slate Donkey Bail All Interested persons ere Invited of Groton County, N. Ci where Heretofore the real Everglade 1 about living on the fish hr taken s 1
by President Richard W.Fuchs h* engaged In dairy farming H* has been Just about an unknownand / from the Everglade I wjM&n.
Seat Officers Game for January 14 to attend a meeting of the had spent a number of wlnPrlln unexplored land. I Most of the (unghyfs manrovel I '
Dedication of .R.. IL 8. Cafetorium Homestead. But now the government hat with the dark greah tree rising
I Tonight I in Club EmbassyArthur A donkey ball game, with prom- Redland District Chamber of ,
clipped off the extreme southerntip twenty feet In the afir from brscklih -
Held at Thursday Night Open House Troxell' new presidentOf mounts inent"local, Is dated men riding by Arrant-Smith the balky Commerce at a o'clock Wednesday PASTORS MEET TfEMOAT of Florida mainland-about e .water and With the twisted 1
o'clock Saturday night, Jan. 11 In the Home- The Redland Ministerial Association million *cr s- nd transformed It gray root In Ui* most Intricate
the Florida City Klwanls Club, Post, V. F. W. for I
stead city council room. Originally will hold It* January Into this newest W the national pattern ,In th/ world. Thus far
and Ms officer will b Jan. 14 at the city
supporting night
I 'The new $85,000 cafetorlum of MU Marilyn Bethea. A girl. dinner I will help set for next Wednesday night, luncheon meeting at noon Tuesday tarka. It It I a vast trackless) water little use, apparently, hit been 1 i
Installed at K meeting to ball The proceed
Redland school was dedicated last quartette aid{. and Sylvia Id- park. borne at the meeting was postponed on at Silver Palm Church on wilderness of almost Impenetrs- found 'orh mangrove, but recently
night In Club Embassy Wives oC for the new post
night at open house held from ward played a marimba-phone I pay Commander account of conflict with other Coconut Palm dr. The Rev Alfred bit jungle, but with I high spot (her* ha* been considerablediscussion
member will be guest Induction 41S N. E. Sixth ave. cay
In this most modern I 4 sole. Selection were played by ta. whlrh almost Indescribable In of to
t'SO: to 10:30: I Ia slated for three new member E. B. McGarrah.GQIf .ven Hedberg I* host pastor. are seeking; utilize \
of buildings. Dr Jamet T. Wilsen I the school baadrRefreshments An "In and Around Homestead" their beauty, It I U a Vast labyrinth the roots In the manufacture) of : I
county superintendent of education |I were scored and bulletin board I* slated for In. TIlE WEATHER of tidal bays, lake and connecting ornate furniture. ,tJ
presented the cafetorlum to I dancing, was enjoyed at the close: Club Plans Handicap TourneyAs itallatlon at the C of C office on waterways With thousands of The first superintendent' of th* '4 '
the Redland.... on behalf of the of the evening. a. Flagler ave at E. Mowry st, evndl _rra-.1. **. sass.-alas lands ranging in alt from tiny new park I* Just about ft* In* Ig

,;. county school board. An acceptance Climax to First Year of PlayA reports Milt Cecilia Ollv. secretary ante---- -wy*-M'.I' | ...r-. ..*.... lummockl to, hundreds of acre, trlgiilng/ M the vast territory over :''
speech was mad by Principal Charles Turner Made A gift of M. E. Potter, Jr., many of these covered with virgin whfa'h h* ruins, for he U Dan B.
W X. RIa.Aftepbelnd Red Cross Director the glassed-in bulletin board will fkd III. ._ 80 M MM .... forest,, moat oft\\ the tree those Beard, eon If magnificent oM DanJeard
"1 conducted on a tour handicap tournament with anniversary of the club' opening be hung on the office door to Des $ _.-, __11 U 10,011"1 found In the Jungles farther to the who organized the Boy' r'.

ef the, cafetorlum. school patrons Chas, O. Turner, Homestead atrtorney '; prizes will,b* conducted: I/1the for play acquaint Interested person with Dee 3t-,.. _.._._71 W 3010 0,15n. south It Is a land of palm trees, Scouts ,Dan Beard know 'that
and sets word treated to a. urn- bos been elected, to the .....1aD4 District Coif Club. from The event I II open to club mere- local, howplae, business firm\ Jan. I.- rt ion believe' It or not. for at least IS country and love*.It, for be ;;'JIM '
steal g CrogranL Mine Myr Jan beard of director of the Dd* Jan. If to Feb.. S, announce: UE. ]ben and visiting golfer who may lurches, civic club and other Jan; ..: :: :..,IT It Mil: of th* 20 specie of palm lutiv been teeing It ever sine boyhood
8acho presented vocal selectionsL County Chapter of lime American McLaughlin club pre. Th qualify between Jan. t n4 Jan. NrganlzaUon a* wall M ipeclalictivitie lID, I. _._71 ,e0 SOW U. to Florid art within the park . day when h* had I his tint gUmpt

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SIXTH STRAIGHl I T SPORTS Friday, Jan SCHEDULE beHtetbell, tea- 'NEON SIGN SHOT I Jeanne UOM of BeHwy Water to C4mtroJ TeD F. POTTER KILLS Mr*. G.Uatin$_to Be Speaker : 2-LEADBR'BNTERPMflE- Jan ;


WIN SCORED Bl}.r.lUeVaejl.... High Nip al at HoeMrrteaa MUM. High, LN HOMESTEAD,I Mill Jewiae BaUamy, Miami. WIFE AND SELFFrank Mr..p. H, Oallatln. will; Ml. theM Joyce Wa keiani4rl! 'I

T Herald naff wrtta> and lither IdbodINriaw. t IrlneheeMeatrll t Prft 'tWiy t6J\te.t'>\
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HOMESTEAD II1GIRy i I HOIIICIII8td".t Miami AT ) N. KRONE I ," will aaaak to the Potter ol, Miami hot and Mendm, of M. wars ,.
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: Redland HUH at Miami Rcdlartd OMrtet Liana Club TUMday .. kilted his wife, the former Mary With retarded. fchlWren In theHomestead tb
MM,*. (I*** the Orafcg 6o l1
Monday,Jan 9 bowling league Wtlker of HotSesMdHush !
Edith Behrenn al Princeton, and
Homestead Neon la the night' on the Importance of schools announces
Signs to
: ALLAN LEFT .me were preeented Dirt
Tueaday Jan 10- bowline and Marilyn. Betfcaa
Homestead name of a builneat opened at MM UM 17-county" IN,9pIAo .....- then committed autotte Friday Mra. EUanor Ftoecher, club program 8che/ tawia el Homestead and DoloraaInficeT
: The Grower will mcl t Dabsltx y league; basketball N. Krome ave by Elmer C Le- federal flood control program, morning In their apaHanewt atU of RedlMd have Diliirtiilwith RedUttd.HJIJS . t
chairman The
,h. that ellmlnaled them I It I High al RlveraMeFriday fefevre who her been In the sign annouace Program Chairman $ N. W. Slat it, Mtaml The dub meetiIn W for wHtkM .
t tin l mrnry last year, tonight or Jan. II--baaketball, butlntat since Ifll John P. Meaftey. Muse BeUamy I I. only 1tnew to.... tragedy wnoouoie'i I a privet. room In the Seminole the bad essays from their icheoto
: HIP Ciiiwer court and ravel( It, South nrowcrd itHigh Homestead .n old friend of the Neafttf the small blank cocker I Trading; Poet.'Yarrin In the Miami HertM'i ..., coretea Student Council
Miami Beach Saturday a111bGad Operating a complete ilgn ter- family.pa.br. (Continued on Page Four) I IlJavllfMcCullouh on "Mlaml'i Internatlenal Air Entertains Federation.
iiaemeja again" aamiiiGreWM1 aitd aufclinMnt, he will I ..... ahJ9i; How to FrMwU. It".
Tuesday night was Or.,
E, MoalNtt Neon Akin White De!
: through fur the H. If & ward Bob Roper soak a imp n afd aHct: D. D. )Burnt, for IS year fpbXpldM Trill \ /ht writing tee u* nd beet The Homestead High achool
of Il H klntk. deat and In-
.... the o On Mail to' DaughterWarren I student council will be holt
defeated to group
II they the Sting hot from the fide dive .. / al the Fed Hoepltal d
stalldireet/ Kfhrtm Slated In Miami
and do Today I
I of Miami High 40-M Wedneadafn Grower the victory, Detroit Dr. Iliradl. told of tjM Methodists\ Will Hear at an all-day. meeting of the Sov.I
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window, wall and truck lettering.Free Akin
White of Oelumbus. -
I the Oroweta' court It led the Grower attack enth Dlttrlct of Student Council
en Hoper
of and
week the 40X1 docket IMI| Kelly .Oavli and Ralph Mc-
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eettmaiei will be cheerfully Da, Bl, died Tuesday at the Blackburn Sunday
v 11 Humeitead'l sixth win without with M point on eight field goals daft members and of plen to illough both of Homeitead, areMpected Dr. on Tuesday In the new action!
he
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liven tayi.Mr. of hit daughter, Mil awls
The Miami
Beach
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n.. deII'llM. led and four tree tosses.ALLSTAR Lefebvre came to Florida ayear erect a research laboratory In. to be tried today In the Knight of Perrlnt after a 11-day Dr. Henry W. Blackburn, tuperIhtendenl cafetorlum.will the ,
Forward Bob Roper council present program
honor of Edwl Ford.
Ootart of Crime for the
alleged Miami Dlitrlct
ago from Potion where he vlilt Turner Funeral lame sent of the '
West council
the 1 I' points.The mighty. :Grower.. quintet with FIVE I heel been In the sign' bull,,", for -- aoilng of a parked automobile In the body to Columbus for funeral) will preach Sunday morning at have and the charge Key of the butlneai meet.win
Kita Sprankle Wins tdaaai on ChrMiMi Eve. report tI' Home.stead
many years, and In Miami h. lervlcea and burial. First Methodist Church
will be ttrved.
SUngi, lad ytar't slate I net and married Mrs Geraldine Magazine AppointmentNew femw*>ad Polls Chief Wm F. A tuiuVe of Opellka. Ala. Mr. I announce the Rev J, E. Ing. Luncheon
i immpt, controlled both backharda PLAY EAL IIERE Brantley. I Blackburn Iti Each of the nine schools of the
Griffin of Homestead They went White was a retired railroad I en- Jenkins, pastor Dr
but the deadly eye of Maitachuw for York N. Y., Jan.Rlta Arrested Friday, after Mil.Davis Principal E. a federation will be represented by'
back to awhile $[Ineer la addition to his daughter i a brother of .
Glower; Cigemen gay Homenleadthr but of Princeton, Fla., who attempted to exchange a II i llomeateadItEAIi five delegate and a sponsor, ......
decided to return to Sprankle hi leaves a ton, Robert H. Blackburn of .
The Homestead All-Slur will
margin of victory pMr vf the itolen shoes at the Ceo D- Ruehle U sponsor of the
I make their home In llomeitead. II now a itudent at Florida State White and abler Mrs C
The Growers., behind at holf- clash with Eastern Air Linn here Mr. and Mn. Lefcbvre. and Mrs.Lefebvn's University. has just won an ippolntment tore from which they had been Berry: both :f Atlanta C'I''( ) TUB WANT-ADS llomeitead council.
the H.
I time II-IT, were "leading 24-14 at Wednesday night In H. 8 purchased, the two men were ,,- --- -
two children, Janet to represent her collegeon ---
the end of the third SubForwird announce Manager Fred ,
quarter. gym
leased under >500 bonds The
And Bobby, occupy the old McCoyhouse I the national college board of ,
I Jerry Con, who clinchedthe Rhodes, Jr. .
shoes and other Christmas
I package -
dr., which Mademoiselle magarlne. Miss
on Uutcayno they
Rolland came through In local garnet, the AllSiandefeated
game
totaling 138 In value had
the
purchased Sprinkle U daughter of Red-
e with e free throw following Rocky the Miami All-SUn 87
disappeared from the GI .
land High School Coach La Roy car J
: near*'} basket to art up the victory II I on Dec, 20, and Pompano, 5-SI GIVEN Pl'RDtT.; urn POST Sprankle and Mn.. Sprinkle. R. r>..ll, a Mlamlan, while he Voters of Homesteadi
e Jur the Growers ilea M. The local team wai .In- Christmas
She It of 850 was thopplng.
Lafayette Ind. Jan 1WebsterWilliams one appointees I
forced by Jack Marshall Ole MIss I
Growers Top rOMe of Homestead, Fla., hit from college all over the country McCullough ii already under ,
and Millwaln,
star Arnold
who with almost four 2,500 bond on charges of raping
/ The! homestead lllnh Growers Athena College tludont' home for been elected circulation managerof competed ,
nr -c 41.39 lout Friday night for their In the Ik* 20 game, Marihall monthly publication of itudentt positions on the board according1 AuguitLA.FEWELLRUNS
a fifth win without defeat.a I high man with li und In the school of agriculture to Mademotelle.
was points
a After leading at each quarter Robert Sullivan wli second with. llama If a junior In the She will report campus ncwi, \ I wish to express my appreciationof
break, 9-5, 14-1) and 20-26, the II. Jeta Loll scored 14 .points to of agriculture at Purdue WII.I fade and fashions In addition ((4
S Growers found themselves behind' pace the victors Dec 30. Mar I member of Phi Kappa Tau completing three magazine ittlgn- the splendid vote you gave me
a 37-13 midway In the fourth chapter aliall came in second with 11pulntt fraternity menu during the college year IN COUNCIL RACE ;
runre'i lend was not held .
a long and vanished when Center I. A. "Bill" FeweR, candidatefor in the primary and ask for your ;'
Jack Pope connected for a bucket Homestead city council, tub-
Cage League Formation
e that put the Growers ahead 39SA Just to the election next Tuesday, t
1 Punc* caperthree "missed Cots; Under Way Quickly moved here In liltS from Shelby, continued support in the general
a three out of four free throwi and A Ohio, where hi was in service
a the trore was tied at 39-39, Thenwith Formation of a Hom-ileBd bkrlbull ..- during World War H. election next Tuesday Jan. 10.
t league gel under way E
12 seconds remaining "ort He owns and operates the
; even before the close of the football % t .
Homettead Atomic l Battery Manufacturing
season Monday night with a Vote of Confidence Co. at 111 S. E. Second
: Benson Electric: Smlccg walloping victory of the un'h.r..lt'd ave He and M..... Fewell, a nurse
and ,
un-lied! Oversee Unit ,
at Jame Archer: Smith Hospital
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: Radios & Refrigerators and Tackle grldderi over picked live at that addreu, alto. ."
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league pUyert In the "bowl"game.
will he Born In Texas, he went to tea
appreciated hy
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Princeton Th. lit Those who wlnh to play ,
when he was H and later learned
: S. LIVINGSTON
I on the cage teams are inked! to E.
several trades., Including tteel- "
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register with !Jill McMkharl at at the polls Tuesday .
and He worked
: me working carpentry.
FOil CONCRETE: : 1 Gulf Life! Innurance office In the 1
rc.de.Cirlddm.. In construction gangs that built .
UI.OCKS I In"II.lrlal the Tamlaml Trail between 1B2I
) PluMIr 1 "DItYW ALl." < whose prowess duringthe Jan. 10. and 1927. Fewell'i platform al a Candidate for MayorToReprt'a
Mawtiry Wall ( football neaKiii won them I
'ullllnll keep walls candidate appear In an Idver-
dry, Coven' mortar' joint,, fllli I place on the AII.Lto'jt'lm/ tlnement. In this issue of the ,
cracks, Watcrnrot.fi and rircorutn are MiMichuul.. Dickinson, Hampton Leador-Enterprlie. I
In ono easy appllxtiim llolpi' Genie' Feldman, Rondau and ------
PI'f"'l'lIt hollow For inside or J. Acrurtlo.
tHiUliti'i: Alan fine for Stucco, Given honorable. mention, were
nrhlt and Rough Planter, Very Marvin Wltllamt, Mantiut, Skin. THOMAS E. KIRBY
1'LE P coaL Sc* "" for FREE SAM.i er. 8. Actunlo Murphy and Me-
Cord. ;
W. C. Carmichael! I '

au N. E. (IN KL Agent rhone ItS Family Participation Candidate for Mayorrionesf :
Sought for Dads Day ..

Den MOl) Electric: Has Family partlilpatlon In all the .. ': '
services on Dud'i Day, to be ob- }
I served Sunday, Jvit. IS, at Flnf. .%. .. ... .* : j 4ti ;
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. \ ., AM;t Cashier wans and Discounts ................ ......-.......................................:$ 334,516.47 .

Federal Reserve! Bank Stock ,......_....................................... 4oZo.oo

9 Complete Sign Service and Maintenance.\ Banking House ..........._..-..,......_................-.-,.- 9,600.00.

C ". I Furniture It Fixtures ...._......_..........._......_......_ :..:...... 6,776.35 ,
Beard .1 lrteten ,Other Assets (Accrued Interest and Prepaid Expense) : 1oot.66 ; "

S Sr U. Government Securities .._......_,".? ? 1,875,154.49" 1' !

\ .,.v. ..:'.. Free Estimates Cheerfully Given I. A. CARTER State and County Bonds ..-..---.-..,.,..:,"",5".. .. 90,801.06\ ,'.. I

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One of Two Sedans in 1950 Chevrolet Line I (OMrtamad from PM OM)
... with hU. ill'lather ae c. P. A. OFFICE
guide LeI Dan Beard Ml us a
I little bit .ilxwit, the paikTbene
1950 CARS ON \ IN LEADER BIJJG.
I dan l 1 there .in little elilrme Ii I- For continued
i ol the I Inn when the BeitfimlrK '- I
I ft W.. ,i yol-huMt pain Stanley II much of Miami, j
DISPLAY JAN. 7 iliMIhr, days when the 'market certified public atwuntanl. ha I
I liunlris moved III bv the wore. to opened an office at lie 8 KranMeve. r
I daughter birds for the pUimm to In the Under-l iterptlae
i I I II be vrmn" IHI mlladv hat The bulMIng\ i
The IMO Chevrolet modrU goon fitinU'iuere about to eliminate A Miami\ accountant for the Progress
dlaplay In Homestead Satui- the egrets,. while and wood ,buss, .past II year. Mr. Crouch WMeMlve
day In the showrooms of Bird t the 1"wale spoonbills and other i..ampwd to. now .hen .tall. the
Chevrolet Co. W. R. Bird, pre I brlllam) bird and then tin government weft he hen eta IB
Ident of the firm describe: ), UleUIID stepped\ In and placed a the itomeeleed. area alma 19M.He .,
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can a*"the finest that Che- Ubu on plumes Mid feathers a* often a cempkte, eervtoe In 1
rolet ever produced" ,iriUKnerv: trimming' Over the accounting' auditing.: booMieefins: : j I .
rtait. alligator were slaughtered system installations, and aTWUM +
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The automatic transmission
hilled at the most revolutionary compare-; lively were : ; I lax may wot be k.road Evening appolntM\ 'I I : Vote and Reelect
driving id sine the advent of '
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were torn from the tree and i Mr. and Mr. Crouch expect b' ,
the telf-ttarter, make IU tint
chipped by the hundred of thoutinds. nave tlCnell lummer M\) I ( '
appearance In the low-price, automobile All that hM been plopped, Crouch'" 'ton, Set- Monroe Crouchof ; I
field with the 111M 1 Chevrolet 1
wiEH Today the government It In the' the V. S. Air Force at Oklahoma -
according to new dlipstche proctti of making Ev..ralldt'lN.tlonal City, I I. married to Mr. .
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from Detroit. m
m Park What, we who love Crouch' daughter by a farmer
Chevrolet' applicator: I II an Tk flllrlllM', see el I.. liKtkMnatlr. derfpied sedum "mealalka. ; are me eI lilt extefto latraraa*.... NewItevraMa Florida feel will be the mnel marriage.pr .
exclusive development known a* vkirh. *have achieved Immense popuUrlty wltk t.VmHewacra . ( ... else lamaaed, aeirar sad eemfort .*k beautiful of the national parka. J. M. (Jimmy)
Fowefglidt. A product of company -I ,, .'lll ha** ew .bemif la I9&0. Improved grUleerk I lilt ..... traaamiialoa a* eeUoaal ..ala- I I
gals Ilnmenleedyou'll
research covering the entirepoitwar ... atiinUcr. bamaer. gaard and more tasteful era*. meal*. ... .. angle Now of we teeing come to the the Exergladf practical .lv.lilv be In baaing the land In of'delightful--
period, It I I. the chief ele-
Well the Audubon' Society dm- food, for Florida has. Its own
ment In an optional extracost"powerteam" kilt It the Bel Air, a luxurious four-door sedans, t sport coupe two major problem even after duct boat trip Into the are, and cul lne-and, take It from me,
Included I I. a had
fundamental principle
bunlneu coupe, convertible coupe' he drive southward. out of fascinating.
possessing theswank you may utterly WOLLAM
I larger, powerful engine andmany Ilx-pallllll1ler coupe Th tint to
more determined was
and all-steel l station wagon A* In jeen 1I"j
of the convertible with thepracUc.lIl Homestead to the little Village" of You'll be served lime pie
refinement that .xtendthrouhoul that 'would meethevrolet'
the 1(49 model, when Chevrolet design a unit
of the villd lop With Flamingo, from which spot you turtle teak You'll have the \
the line of new volume quality
pass'enger the Bel Air a* leader, the latest set new volume record to once ::: high will do your expluroUon by built.IIIIh.r cado In a doyen form. The
model second to
was
car The
I series contains! two Individually- again lead the Industry In mica ttandard a small cruiser or one of It In all Its glory around Home--
the first'time
Alao prevented for economical operation
ttdon and two most of the bodies are avillibliIn tsiure the the air-boat which seem to be itead-great green lime the alfe
to the retail automobile mar- styled\ two-door the ha been
which car
"special" and "de luxo" treatment or so popular In that area. These are of Icmimi you find on the stand*. .
I .. .amous. shallow flat-bottom craft powered hl'rt'IIU'I\ have papaya, and .
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Improvements through the 1951 Solution to the first problem with .Irplane motor and that's a fruit typical In )Florida. to .
chassis and bodies are many. Anew nvolved an entirely new munucturlng propeller, and believe on who You'll be served great beaker of I
t "power-Jet" carburetor eli '. letup and the condruc- know, exploration by alr-bonl I II frenhly-Kjuoered 1 orange Juice and
I minates the "lean" period In ion of huge batteries of special an unforgettable thrill In Itaclf. you'll be served grapefruit which
Your Votein & Support gmoline' feed and afford quicker urpoe machinery. The mehan- In time I hope to cover the h.. ripened on the tree . k
warmup In cold weather. Larger ''sm especially In the vane which Everglade National Park more people of homestead
I'I'llualnl'Nl
\ exhaust valve capacity help multiply the power of the fluid, completely, for, In my husk, It'ia aim will tell you that with (he Councilon
Tin jsday's I power output. Each of the ilx- require exacting workmanship. crosa-serlion of paradike, but opening of the great park thereI City
r I cylinder passenger car engines A new plant wa opened at Cleve- for the time let It suffice to May: I a wide field fur the creation of
; follows the traditional, economical 'and and manufacturing departments On your next trip Into r'lorlrtu, new tom'Int favllltie In and I
electionnpprcci will be) I volve-ln-head design. In the added at Flint Mich. Staring do not fall to ace Everglade National around Homestead, and between I
i new bodies, ityllst hive accomplished slowly, the company forecasts Park. And, my friends' donut Homestead and the park entrance. I
aced I striking effect with I steady rise In production to a fail to meet Dan Heard, for Restaurant/ and tourist courts Jan. 10
a : by smart, two-tone upholstery! and ''evel never previously attained that husky hombre I II Just about thus far are not In sufficient vol.Uille
I frehhly-fathloned: exterior metal- with precision parts of this de- .* enthralling a* the mangrove to handle the thousand of I
work. tcrlptlon, swamps or the brilliant tree snails tourist who will troop into the
The Powergllde automatic The so-called "power-team" ..n.Iwerlld or the orchid on the tree trunk.
transmission make uie of hydraulic the second problem. Here .Kouthrrn Falln' park.Maybe that' where I'll settle
BILL MUS SEWHITEreelertlon torque conversion a meth- engineer designed a chsssls to When you're exploring that extreme when I decide to garage the car (Paid Pallt""l" .U.I
od of smoothly transmitting l powerto (Continued. on Page Four) southern tip of Florida und retire from. ohl-trovt'lingl .
wheel that received! considerable -
s Y impetus during tile war In
for le
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armored vehicles,
t City C ouncileked I Torque or the force of rotation
generated\ at the engine crankshaft On
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Hot Hiscuits with All Meals the flow of power to the

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action Is necessary regardlessof '-"""""" gwr/a.t.n Of LuIIIMaII..IJMN CMIIt'
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mar Hifh-Reduciioa Axle I la brio you an entirely MW kind of finer . giving more power more fftpOII w pickup, .
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NEW 105-aP. VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE (with/ SILENT SYNCHRO-MESH' TRANSMISSION (with ton.
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= treM, Mr cord Mrs I III. eall.*t.4m Mr and Mrt.IM .. : ., tWill 1 alt.'d...
In Lite Oak with h's mother Ms \\i" d'.. ,
R Tajte o* WeWto I.Asher M route to Ky Holtasek lyi )) 'MA lift. PM. liupoiM utjMi Mtaisaipiil I after pendln( the I.'
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l'nand JlroundHomestead : ...... GeL ISrry ands tM SkUmi are annonnclni the MolfF' RttoHdij. who I* ftl MMtyi W with 'MV, NhrtMITiparenta. P'4MI and Mrs Marshall U employed I
..... Wit J. Clark It a *......1|j aoojualntaitce ., Mr and .kfre.Arcber'i . birth ot a daughter, Sharon Joyce I Mr and Mn K F Marhall I a* a secretary at the school t. t
In James Aroher IIIIItb Heea4toL. i eon. Cat*. Ben Letter on Dec. IT la Univectity Hospital Mr, and Mr*. Jack Marshall. Mr Marshall" star player I B F Marshall Jr.. ICC USN,
,I I Areker, when be WM a ...u.tI have net... to UnlvwUty el on the; .Ok Miss baiketball team, _(Continued: OB Ftw. B gM)__ .
Monday gueeta .! Mr. and ...... ':''of I Dr. Archer at Wetter Heed Mr Md Mt W. a. Lewis. and --- ---- -----

Preston B. Bird were M.... BWi|| He m4Ul tn Waahlnftaa, D. C eMMreo. lltkwy. end Anile have I '"
brother-in-law" and Mr. and retained. from Decefeir Ala. ,.
,'t I - Mrt. Larry : kerW |I IG. | NfL H. a Dial Jr., he .... where. they. spent the boUdayeJerdan
.. Mr Ptdrtck: returned home I turned I to her home In fhMtui<- tll reMhos ;
< Cert t.. Winkle, termer Maj, end Mn. Wilbur Free of Monday but Mrs, Pedrkk ten, w. V*., after I visa her et I, < Car Painted
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i i dent 01 He*>eeteod end tui.-I Cherry Point. N. C., and one, malned for a longer stay re-I I the home of her, parent. Ott a.cod Ralph of Drtrolt aneM Any
\ WaghiNftoa. D. C.' vM(eel *t Bruce, and Mime, a..re house Mrs It M. Pool et King man rd. the hoUdtyt here. with Mn' Jar.
1::' pas f Conner home ever the Mr. and Mrs 0.0. R. Couch din and their tons at tile JordM. .
: Mr Van guests of Maj.) Free' mother, "
.r week-end. Winkle. a fun Hartford, Conn.. have bought .1 I I I Monday overnight fuettt at the home. on W. Kings Highway
:. the naval Mr .
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Mrs. r. Rc
home on N. Krome: ave.Just north home of Dr. and C >TI '
i'j tory .t Washington oeme he f ere In et Plummer 18 month ( t
:: the eourie of a vleU to hw mother, W J. Krone returned had previously spent atv- j Judson Morris of GranvUle, O.' pent the Christmas aotWUys Ia1] ." .t' ,
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Harry Strader, now a .1. from I holiday vacation tr"p Fort Myers houee gueett of''
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Mr. Morrlt It state '
Mr. Couch aecreUry pf
eral winters here '
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.: dent of Fort Lauderdale. Tuesday She spent Christmas fn who plans to go Into busiest.hen ('. the Ohio Baptist conference, I Mrs Denise mother Mrs Wi...-'\ -,\\ ; I).
PI_ tvllle, N. Y. with btr Crete, and her tistor Mutt 1
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formerly connected with ,
i! Mr. end Mrs. Albert C. Millerof ton-in-isw and daughter, Mr and! sheet metal mod was air conditioning j', Mr. and Mrs W- Coward I : Cornelia' They" were Joined thereby ;i f''
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Forest Hill. L I., are spending Mn David ScolU and their tour businesses In Hartford Lakeland. and soy.Donald. "wrfeguecU Mr, and Mrs. O. W. AMteteeAof I..' ;, .
the Season t the Gateway children, and the villt-d also In last week ol their' Und Sanford N. C. a brotherinlaw 1
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Jr, aunt
i Mrt Fred Rhodes. was returned "
Miller a starter of Mm Ralph daughtrr-ln-Uv. Mr and NfL home yesterday fromj Coker of Jewflvh They wet Jorge Covanteeiot, Havana, Cuba j! ,,, \ .
UL W Kinsmen of Kingn U) rd hits I Jack Krome and their daughter, byJMrt Laura Cxigrr .1 war a' ro ant gueet-et Mr. end '
Jackson: Memorial where she underwent accompanied::
:t'., i beyn, IU lnCClI her arrival here Elizabeth who. wa brv. Dec hTha surgery. Mr. Coker's sitter, who h41 I Mrs, Dents ..t their home on 1 "

\. . .. been spending the holiday wi .Richard. rd. . car.'A
Dr. and Mn. Harry Cochran, relatives In Lakeland. While here -
}- Mr, and Mrs.. Lyle of Columbus, the visitors made a trip to Key Dr. and Mn. D. D. Hunt ..nddoullh..r I Plastic Seat
Jean and L. O Delving
West ;
'\0 O? and Mr and Mrt. Wm. Abel I
left Wednesday for their home InDetroit :
of Cad It, O, hive been visiting : '! II
; after a holiday vMt bee'with
the part week with Mr. and Mrs New mldenorld.. Citj
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tambot Mr. and Mrs. II. K. humane : '
Robert Brookt of Roberta rd In are Tailored to fit
ot Newton rd.
Florida City who are living In the CrMoldltpartmenU any
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Jo*. Lynch.. returned\ froma
Roy Runkerf, ton of Mr and
Mrs. O. Kunk-n, will return' to Visiting last week at the home I plane trip to home)! N. Y. I fr
:' hit studies at the University of ot Mr., and Mrt. Virgil D Lyon where he rtnt the holidays with .95 ,.'
relativet. Mr. Lynch student atUniversity ''I r
Florida after upending the holidays were. Mrt. Lynn's brother atid $29
lrr-ln-liw, Mr. and Mrs C L of Miami, makes hit ':y :
with fall parents hUUN' ,
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Ward of Waycron, Ga, and rhilr home here with his uncle j +.tiA
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Don JI:. Perreyra. ,I
Yates Esker has returned to siren, Robert, James, i heat and I (
Georgia Tech after spending the Mary Mr. and Mrs. Norman "
a icCtntile death rate ia the United V ""I ll holidays here with his parents, Craig of Fort Lauderdale, brother Joe Kelleher nf 307 W Mnwry , I"" ; O Furniture upholstered .:,, y it
s Ii Mr. and Mrs. C. J>. Esker Mrt. and tlnter-ln-Jaw of Mrs. Ward !
States It low. From JJ34,to 1936 we ' :
very at spent last urrk-rml on duty !
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Faker spent several days In were dinner guests at r
: fsnUtv scTimh: In the world;led only by New ChprrvYllte, 1c\ ", with a deter,' home pn Monday and Wednrad&, at the Orange IWiwI fe'ttviUM> 9 Estimates cheerfully given
t: : Lialandtlolland: l Auslr Ua. Norway Swluerlind : ; Mrt 2eb Ford) who If tttaler, < evenings. Mn,' Lyon's moUfn\ ;,wUh the American. Legion Rcm Jim iv*. deliver.'I'' t;
sting froM ,a major operationJoe Mrs R. E. Ward of Klnsktrrc, ... Polit-e headed by C.iptoln O \We cull for and I
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and Srvc4c C., suffered a heart attack ?.. Iturney, chief of the Undo Countyroad :
r 'Yet 70,000 infants die annually; 13{ lie first Sincere. University of Florida ' rently: and will be unable to make piitrol.licnson '

month of life? and 53,000 more from the student sent New Ycar'a Day her expected winter visit here.

second: )i the twelfth month low I many of these precious with holiday friends'\lKll In here Jtckwnvlllo. with his aftera par- Callers recently t the home of J K'cctric Ser\iccs. Bird Chevrolet Co.

infants might have lived had their mothers had adequate orals, Mr. 'ind Mrt. Roy Sincere Mr. and Mrs, A J Van Matter Radios & Refrigerators I

prenaulctreuodcrthedircciion: acompctcnt physician the A. V. Phillip Ill;: 'left Monday:1 I Here land of Mr.South and Mrs Lansing John,' N.llow-Y.''. -rt.., Ph. tit II IIrrtn I Ill? N. Krome Ave. Homestead (Phone 98 I
of Sncdeckr
It Is now up to the mothers to tako edriotsgo by plane for theU, S. Maritime their son-ln-lnw. Bill
of Miami and Mr. and Mrs Mt- '
and skill of the physician during the trying Academy at King's Point, Long
knowledge
Murray of NaugaMlauk, Conn. I
Island' where he It a eec
months of pregnancy. We are ready to,supply the needed and-clnsman.: MB. Phillips had i
+ dietary supplements and other medication ordered; by spent a month's leave with )hit Mr. and Mrs. E A. Froachor.. As You liuild
parents, Acting; Postmaster and. Mrs. Froscher's mother Mrs I .
g your pbvsicitn lrt. A. V. Phllllpt Jr. L. Mills of San Franclrco who I r R
AIR CONDITIONED here for the season, and Mr. atil
I'. Andy Gustafion, coach at Miami Mrs. Fred. Kalusa spent .Chrl, 'I 1 Insulate Beautify
University, was a New Year's mas Day in Key West. t I
Glades Prescription Shop Day guest t of Mal and Mrt. C. C MITCHELL ;i
1.j' I Patterson of Coconut Palm dr., Mr. and Mrs. Tilmadne Co
; and caller at the home of Mr. nell ot Homestead spent the ho ', .
HOWARD JOHNSON. Tb. CIt i and Mrs. John P.Neafoey of Farm I III days with relatives In Ad l,'G : With.
rhone 64 Life rd. \ Waterproof
N. Krome Ave.
House gueiU I.at.week of. V HARDWARE! ,
II Mrs. Wm. O Levy It recuperating and Mrs HH.. Graham ot N t
from a heart attack suffered ranja were their sons and daui I C
Sundaymorning. at,.herihomg |. terlnI, Mr. and Mrs. B. f 4 -', -..."-f r- ".... n fii; . J JI 'ii"t"I' .;.. jfINSU1A\! .':.
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onR.iisndrdi; ) Burton and children Cube
4J1LOUI5ES I Penny and Tamla, and Mr. a d Co. Inc. T
4 i Mrs. E. ZI Thompson; ; left Saturday Mrs. H. H. Graham Jr.. and son! I $ !
,for State Teachers' College Dick all of Baltimore.. The grouij
In Troy, Ala., after spending the caught 15Q pounds of fish onI]
holidays here. with Mr. Thompson recent deep.... trip out ot Baha)
1f at their home pre ROM rd. Honda and were joined Monday ", unf88 Is Cowl"
Glass Wood by Dr. and Mrs. E. J, Graham KPahokee \
I Mr. and Mrs. Stm Sln nre'ol another ton land dnucl: ; ',
Tampa were holiday: cuettt of I tcr-ln-lavk, for an outing In Craft. tft.\-
'1 ' I'A relatives hero. Mr. Sincere. U don Park. Mn H. H. Graham
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co-owner 'of the baseball team I was accompanied: here. by a brother ,
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AluminumI Tampa Smokers Jos. S. Sihrltter, on her recent



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. Wednesday afternoon entertained fRo ANP MRS. CAVES WEI) 80 t
I I. South Dade'
Social Events in I I Club members in Tap-a of the-Winpo Neighborhood Inn. The IIOflOKID AT SURPRISE FAMILY al

I business meeting and birthday
,reirorauon, however, were held Mr. and Mrs. ft. K Caves of Uon of the' rooms ,. 0.Yn

ANN BROWN AND JACK H. LEVY WEDDED cake and punch. The three-tier !McCULLOUGIMIOItNB\ H1TI B SOLBMNI2EI) .t the Kingman home TMUMMMF fiL were .nfttMCWl. on nd freshment coffee table.were .
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It .Present. were Mn. F. B. DUDnegan their sjreaMlay ..... .
white cake, Iced In rose design aMaayi ;
NEW YEAR'S DAY JN REDLAND CHURCH SATURDAY IN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mew. H. M. Poole. Mr B.: Prevent were: Mr.
we topped with figurine of a D. Price, ...... J. A. Rotherham, awry Monday afternoon with a 8. Caves of Florida
bridal couple standing before a Mrs. W. E. Oaby, M.... W. L. Dun. lurprie party at the home of end sieler. '-In-law of ;
f New Year1 Day we* chosen by The maid of honor wore a silvered wedding bell Mill .Johnnie Home daughter .bride wore an aqua dress, while negen, Mra C. A. McCleaky, Mr*. a eon and daMafoter-m-law" Mr. Mrs. Della Morgan N
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Mia' Ann Marl Brown, daughterof baby-blue taffeta gown distinguished For their honeymoon trip to of Mr. and M... Alien a Home -lei and a corsage of white E. 1. Cummertelt, Mrs .J. T. a and Mn W. & Cave of 71 Home, a sister and '
Mr. and Mrs. Cha H. Brown by a bertha and a bustle Marco Island the bride wore a of Homestead, became the brideof carnations.T.. McElroy and three visitor, Mrs.E. E. lath at.Garden. Mn. Caves; the i I Ir
of Modello, for her wedding to back. Her bouquet was fashioned green gabardine suit, brown accessories T. .J. McCullough, son of Mr. their e home newlywed In the Redd are making. B. later Mrs Pit Rock and flower. .* and N'I eons and \\
.Jack Bate Levy, on of Mr and of. pink carnations The bridesmaid and a corsage of yellow' \ apart.menta Col. Klntfanan.Mr blossom were used for decor.MRS. and Mrs A. R C.I\e rAat
Wit. William D. Levy of Redlandrd. wore pink taffeta made with rosebuds. Upon their return, the and Mrs. John L. MoCullough ef In downtown Homwtead. dr., Mr. and Mrs. C. ,
a bertha and a matching net newly-wed plan to begin construction Homestead, In a double ring ceremony The bride Is continuing her I Tennessee rd. and w
The double ring ceremony wan overskirt and her flowers were \ of a home on Redtand performed it 4 o'clock Saturday studies at Homestead High School' W R. LOUNSBURY ENTERTAINS 150 W. B. Cave; a son 51 1
at 4 o'clock Sunday blue carnations afternoon\ In First Baptist where the. Is a member of the I I I daughter Mr. and
performed AT TEA FOR MRS.\ GARDNER, MRS\ CARU
rd.The Church by 'the Rev. .John H.Whltt do She la active In
afternoon in Redland\ Community Mn. Brown mother of the bride who cam here six junior ** sports Walker, of 1 1400 N. ;
Church by the Rev Martin R. bride, wore yellow crepe black yean ago from Birmingham was pastor. and In reporting for the school a daughter Mrs
Davis, pastor accessories and a corsage of white graduated in .June from Redland White tapers In white eandeia. paper, Hohlacho. She has made Wm. R. Lounsbury enter mum., carnation and gladioli In a granddaughter, 31.vi
bra and three standards of white her home in Homestead since her the deeped tone of red and yellow .
the bride tained afternoon
decorated with carnations Mrs. Levy, High 1 School where be was aec- al tea Wednesday Ricks, both of Miami;
The altar wan groom's mother, wore a green i gladioli were used for decorationOf parent moved here from West were used for decoration of Hoetetter, mother of : .
two tall basket of white gladioli retary of the student council, ot her home on Sunset blvd. J..s.
the chancel Mn. M. C. Law.tens Palm Beach almoat four the room .
suit, brown accessories and years Cave and niece,
a of the .Junior Red Crosschapter ; a
and the pews were marked with president the traditional In Ooulds In honor ot Mn, Mar. .s.If'
played
organist 150 friend of '
of white cirnstlons. Approximately
corsage and active Campbell.Mr.
white satin ribbon. Stanley Wilt. an participantIn wedding marches as well ago.The veteran of vin Carr of Jacksonville and Mrs.Rlohard.C. .
bridegroom their Miami called .
early day to and Mn.
attended the club.A
1 and Approximately ISO guests dramatics and glee
kop tang "Because" "Myfloury" Jr., of Chi.
the accompaniment for StanleyWiltkop service In during Gardner. .
as army Germany the honoree
greet In 1907 and (
the reception held In the partner &In Flagler Fotoshop\
to piano accompanimentplayed who sang "I Love You i the war, Is employed by Sunlund cago. Assisting Mn. Lounsburywere =
Mn. Clue and Mrs. Gardner, at the corner of E.
I nearby garden center In Redland the bridegroom was graduated In
by Mn. WltUtop. The .
Mn. J. and Mrs.Thos
E. Dyal
drove He here two
Truly" came years together with their families, have and Tennessee
rd.
Fruit and Spice Park Min Kathryn 1(46 from Miami Technical High
traditional wedding marches were Miss Joyce Easter was maid of from neilte, Tenn, D. Royal of Homestead and
ago been spending the holiday at original home still .
played by Mill Catharine Mulkins. Levy kept the brldi'i book Schoql. H* I I. active In church and McMinn Steve Mrs
Mrs.
honor and Miss Nadine Pierce and McCrlmmon
the home of their mother, Mrs. built their '
and Miss Ruth Engel and Miss kcout work and li a corporal In they \
Chew T. McCrlmmon, Mn Larry
Miss Martha .Jane Greer were 17 NEW MEMRF.RS
Margaret McCrimmon of Miami. ,
1 Jeanett .Johnson atrved wedding the National Guard on Tcnnewco rd > .r
The bride was given In mar brldeimald The best man was AnDI.U TO W.8.C.B. BlocklHton and Miss Mary Whit-
ring by her father and attendedby Price McCullough, brother of the Seventeen new members were lock of Miami
Min Barbara Jean. Soper, maid MARGARET BARNES T 0 BECOME BRIDE bridegroom, and groomsmen were added to the First Methodist W. Iris corsages were presented to
of honor, and Mini Dorothy Engel., OF ROBERT EARL M\ ORGAN IN FEBRUARYThe Billy Home, brother of the bride, 5. C. S. members were told nt a the honor guest Chryaanthehnnnn j .1I
brldeimald. William Levy wa.be.1 '
and Richard Danzey, business meeting<< Tuesday at First Fresh I
for hla brother and A. I
man
The bride wore a white organdy Methodist Church. Plan were (' ai chairman.
V. Phllllpa, lit, was groomiman. Mr. and Mn. James David bride-to be was graduated
dress made with a berths, m do0 hold l a benefit turkey The group rcQeiveA a report on f
The bride wore a white lace Darnel' of IS N. W 19th st. are In 194S' from Homeilead High fitted bodice and bustlo-back supper on .Feb. 2 In the recreational four' Christmas baskets carried to .1j
i town of form-fitting lines that announcing the engagement and School where ihe was a cheerleader street-length skirt. Her white halo hall with Mrs. E. A.. Du- needy families | at
i swept Into a court train A tiara :approaching marriage of their and an active participantIn hat was of matching material. i iIt's I j
of orange blossoms held In place daughter, Margaret Isabel! to dramatics Later she attended She tarried a white Bible with Rainbow Gift
her three-quarter length veil, and Robert Earl Morgan, son of Mr. Walsh School of Busineai ScienceIn her cascade.,,bouquet of purplo orchid for VITAMIN > 1 I I i:
she carried a bouquet of white and Mrs. Pete Morgan of N. W, Miami. and white carnations.
carnations and yellow roaobuds. I fourth it The wedding will take After graduation In 1(47 from The bride's attendants wore 230 N. E. First Ave. I IMra.
Her only ornament was a duublo place In February In First Baptist Homestead High School the future organdy gown fashioned like that VAlVttll
strand of pearls. Church of Homestead. bridegroom attended University of the bride and mulching organdy I 1LJt Frank Irwin, f ,
of Florid where he took halo hats Miss Easter, In err Las.q snare t

1 an active part In sports. He Is a yellow, carried an arm bouquet of i ,,,, ., ,,,,,, , , ,
JULIA TAYLOR WHLL BECOME BRIDE) t \ rwrnr a hrasu ;".l"d """?""""''''''""""'"''"'Illil'L'"Ili'"Ih'FIIIIIIIIi10' "" lr. ,,,u,, , ,,, ,,,, ,, ,
I member of South Dade Junior blue carnations; Mils Pierce, In' II i
: OF STEVE: ROBERTS OF FLORIDA) CITY Chamber of Commerce and of the lavender, carried yellow carnn- rN..aesonwryson.eneerNh.sdw, ANNIE MAYIIEW i
Redland Sportmcn's Club and I IIa..orlatf'd ions; and Miss Grcer, In blue (
Clothiers carnations. Wys.tavg.totex Hedlond Road between Avocado and Blscayne i I
secret' bAllot I with Jim Sharp carried pink
Mr. and Mrs J T. Taylor of nival this year by
Mrs Home, mother Of the
827 W. Mowry it, art announcing I of the students.\ Miss Taylor Is I !
the engagement of their daughter, drum major of the school band Pianoforte and Theory *
.Julie, to Steve Roberts, son of'' and takes an active part in school I I ANNOUNCEMENT: : IS M\ AlE OF IIETROTIIAL j Violin. Xylophone '
Mr. and Mrs. Loren S. Robertsof ,
sports. memberof OF T. A. FENNEl L, JR., TRUDY BOWER ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,. ,, ,,,,,,,
Florida City The wedding will The future bridegroom, dllllllllllllllllllll" ''' 'lllalllllllllllllllr' '' ICI''IIIIIIIII' IId''''''dJIIittdIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII''' ''''' " Illtl llnllll "
take place next summer a pioneer Itedland District<< turnMy ( Security PUIIAMINSBarllasot
A senior at Homestead High also attended Homestead High Thomas Anderson Fennel' ), .Jr., Harvard University. where he win Sanitary belt M 'treckless
School, the bride-to-be was acclaimed School He l II associated In business son of Mr. arid Mn. T. A. Fennellof a member of the NC Club. lie it \ .. ....
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i queen of the school cor- wllh his father associated -.l" : N.
with the Fennell\ Or.
Newton rd., will take ai his es- sr.rr
chid Co., and 'is In charge of rare Slave Wane i \ t t V' ONLY'
bride Trudy Ulrich Bower, plants I and the orchid : In....... .. 24'Ace0S t tAr
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WIFE 'HUSBAND SEATED BY AI ASTRA shop atDurdlne'l. : r
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. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thee 39; '
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r AS WORTHY MATRON, PATRON OF ORDER Hirsch of Miami. No dale date I .

has been announced for the wed. ; CAnUUS ta..rr
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Mri. W. A. Phllllpi was In. Mri. McCartney presented Mn. ,
Mailed! worthy matron and Mr. Phlllipi vlth a worthy matron'i ding.A native Mlamlan, the bride-to- -i
Phillips worthy patron of Ad pin, and was In turn, presented be was graduated from Miami Pebeco 11'1.--' : h ta.lIcf&1errt.
Astra Chapter, O. E. 8, In cere- with a past malron'i pin. W. C. High School and from Universityof Reliable Selher
monies conducted Friday night by Mortem, retiring worthy patron, Georgia v here she was a Tooth =7,4Psi I
y Mrs Nsncye Rlckard In the chapter also received a pin Mri. Phlllipi\ member of Kappa Delta sorority.She ?. m I -- u
hall. Other members of the presented gift to the Installingteam. Is president of the Miami .. w",.."..., Iii
&Installing team were Mrs. Mary Kappa Delta Alumnae, Association Radio a..- :.:.. M .. KB09"L
Repairs .
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Connally marshal\ Mrs. .Lloyd A, candlefyht} eourteiy"TheChrlitmai"StaO' and for the past two and 2' _.. nA.cAPIl 6st8
Della, organist Miss Esther'Livingston {vai'preiwnted by one-half yard has been employedat ', 2. 4 1'1'.'..... t
chaplain and Miss Alice Mrs. McCartney and the Star Burdlne' ,, ,
M scomber, secretary.The Point. Also a native of Miami Mr. \\1 eer.wAtkaSeltzer
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other new officer are: Baskets of red and while polo- Fennell was graduated cum laude Barked f t
Mrs. Geo. Crlm associate School In Bloomfield by :
matron; settles and gladioli were uned for from Cranbrook Mctwalnbytawtcr. ;
.Jlmmle Walker associate patron; decoration of the assembly and I Hills, Mich. He received abal.t'h.lor 15 years of experience \<:1
Miss Mscomber, secretary; Mrs. banquet hall. Punch and Christmas of science degree from
t W. B. Caves, treasurer; ,Mrs. E.: cake were served by Mn. fAaD71T5

W. Burton conductress; Me. .J. Olin Wright,, Mrs W F. Brsnlley RUTH STUART ALLEN Your RCA Victor ef:
A. Daugheity chaplain; Mrs E. and Miss Goldla Grennell' refreshment TO BE CLUB SPEAKER w l
B. Francis marshal; Mri. Della, committee. Ruth Stuart Allen, Miami newspaper Radio and Television Iliil'' I IJ
organist; Mrs Lewis Tale Adah; woman, has been Invitedto Dealer 49c rTl,
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Mr Prescott Wood Ruth; Mrs. Mn. J. R. Hlckaon of Naranjard. be guest speaker for the Red- s
Jlmmtt Walker Esther: Mn. will be hosteai to Circle One land Friendship Club Mondaynight : .. "_ ",:+
.James McLean, Martha; Mrs O. of the Women of Homestead at the home of Mn. Q. R. t.
If. Sullivan Electa; Mrs. W. C. Presbyterian Church at 2:30: Runken of Naranja. Mrs, W W. Dodd Radio & Appliance
Morton, warder;; and Prescott Thursday afternoon. Hooker will be co-hottest Week-end Special at Fountain
Wood sentinel Ml N. Krome Phone 412
The gucit Introduced
were
by
Mrs. Francis, marshal, and wel. Jumbo Ice Cream Soda 15cDIXIE
comed by Mrs. Chat. L. McCartney i.L
retiring worthy matron On Open 24 Hours A Day 'It-.J
behalf ot the chapter the Incoming Zi
worthy matron was presented Benson Electric Has DRUG
., with an arm bouquet of red roses LUNCHES PACKEDFor
i as her daughter Pat sang "A HOTPOINT V.ur Frleadly Reach :Store I i
Fishermen.
Mother' Love," and she received Early-rising: APPLIANCES PHONE SI WE DELIVER
a white ritual a* Mr". Delti sang Good Sirloin Steaks, Chop, Shrimp,
"We Love .
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;:,JUI.8. ALUMNI ELECT JAMES BROWN i I ft MttAU. r LEADSR-ENTERMIISfi Frt4r, .IM. 4, IWlFor

TO PRESIDENCY AT ANNUAL IHNNHR MiL mtCTT DOtMtLfcr II, not

J AUe .hieUHeMeej. of II... IV. FLORENCE I s aaWMMdroMft homE taett) t:: .....;:"' :;.. : _.. ,
Brown elected ... orett Douberley, newly-etettedMegrmd pine Interior On paved rd. JuiouW4o .
Jamea wu Princeton. Recognition( ( was. givea .. W Liberty Kobe.** I ILod .........d. Price ....10. :
t Of fee tfOMMlMd, lush''I each clan. i < ..... ..... ....... InHt fI >*>u to I lie ..... Mkoe,11sr /
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AhMani AwocUtlon at the Bowls of tweet pea wen utr=, v UI be conducted Monday night. RCHOK JORDAN -- -
diMwr& on Dec IB In the for table decoration at the dinner la the lodge hall .by a ewe .few I I Ihpfw Rvgtitered Broker Ph. T,t-. t
:;pre uI.haol eefetorium. ThndoreCrhoedee ,I whlrh wa nerved by girls' of the Utlle River Lodge.RefreahmenU I BEAUTIFUL OWCHTDBat avenNk Will care fur children ur time ,
wu made vlce-proal.! sophomore rlau.. will .be Bernd.. I Curb Service all time Homeiteed Floral m 2 large, nicely landscaped at your house or nine, Mr an I
t. end lUll Cecilia Tomaaal, .. For Rent and Gift ..eppa. IM N.W. 4th at,, CHOICE LOC A TION--.uU- hr. Rat lor all-day\ or evening.Hn. '
ry "Ireeaitrer. Outgoing CLASS OF 'PLANS REPEAT I II P. M. Pall, ........................... and Gift Mmppe. SJJ N. W. tad ful t-bedroom new CBS home Bleonor People, S Mk. B.ef .il I):
'..fnMr are AMel Barrow, prwl- IR.U.s. I corner lots; carport,, laloxled Mgtiway' on CooawK Petal atPJO
(Remit John McLean, ftofpmi. I REUNION )DINNER) IIERE NEXT SUMMER .t Me and aunaVr "Hop .t Ace ..T9....................... porch hardwood Panes, Wed .......... ( .
bent. ; and MIa Margaret Bei-net Theatre hi colored town. Pricemaonabhv For Sale-Real' Etltte. roof and. bath sod MANY '

aeerelary-treeaurer." I A'1'IWItQn of the Redland If Igfe M... Adolph. Lopet, Mill Helen GADDIIT SODA SHOP Phone 101 after I Tp. ..............."...... OTHER DKSIRABtR: FIATURES. r rFor
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Th M! preaent were led In an School class of llfa waa h.14.( onWedneaday Pope OUi Loper Stair Hkfcaon, m. U. C. Porte. (pje-ll) |IO, 00 FHA FINANCED .
Informal' song feet by Stanley evening of last week Jack Turner Richard Jensen, and 111 N. Krone Ave, !
"Wlttkop. Mr. Barrow presented In the Uott Den. After a chicken Mr Aman.BAPTIST ; For aale: 1 rooms bath .pnrtocoehere ''I
W. R. Bird county school (nut**,' dinner was aerved, croup alnglng' (II.**. to FlorenceScbumacber Par long term Mae: Highway on U. 8. I with N ItUrred
;and Principal B. B. Blackburnwho Was enjoyed.. ) frontage KO ft drop for 1150 frontage, |T..110O. Can pur- NICELY FURNISHED t-bod- I
., gave the Invocation. Cued At an informal business aeieton CHOIRS a year per 100 ft of frontage chaaa ,extra. frontage (la doalred.ExcelloAt room house on 4 lute screened
peaker wee Ceo. It. Cooper of H. A. Aman. Jr.. was appointedto BANQl'ET TONIGIIT Ia+ted next to Tropical ShellShop. buaineaa looatk Nail Out porch. Living room with Free Transportation ,
Call there for information Shell Shop, Muddle.Caah FIREPLACE dining room. )
to Tropical.
for and
arrange another reunion to. A banquet for the senior tTuesdayJan,10 t
Poll.
be held during the summer vacitlon. young people's choirs of Flnt (pjl) or terma. (pM) arge kitchen and l.undrlfO111\! to '
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Sunday night dinner gueati of Baptist Church will be terved!
"Mr. and Mrat Richard H. on Present were Mr. and Mr*. tonight In" the Lions Den. {S. It T-room house partially furnished,, For aale, : S-bt-rtroom frame house GOOD with LOCATION.terns 1'1'11eeaeo :
mean were the Rev. Wm. Tobin S. Walter B. McVlcker., Jr., Mr. and Row. li director of the rhoira, -. '5u. Phone IM-n. (pip) I In florid.City, fireplace, porch, \
X athletics moderator of theSanta Mn. Wilbur People*, Mr. and and Mrs T. T. Bowen la chairman '! fruit Irtea. Total price, MW5.
Clara football team and Mr Philip a Reams, Jr., Mr. and of the musk committee 1 5N RCHOK JORDAN H ASC LET US SHOW YOU
Vevenl member of the squad. I Mr Eslon Anderson, Mn and aponaor of the banquet. For rent: Apartment: adults only Regbt.rsd Broker Ph. T60-J thla beautiful fURNISIIIUI.bedroom Call r
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See J. IL Robert at B rIxrShop. -
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Immediate Service <4':2 ( with LUSH) LANDSCAPINGand !
10 acne on Bauer dr. ftftO an unusual assortment of I1ENJ. W. MORRIS .i
acre. 10 acres on Rpmore dr. fruit The total .U only
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''IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY" Reasonable Prices Upstairs apartment. Mn Maud ItSO an acre. Lot on Itcillnml rd. tll.OOO-TERMS. Phone 181 :i
Chandler Silver Palm dr., Snd
tear llauer dr. $JOO. J. M, Bauer II
1 Pi//AT INTNWORIDAR( PIGS( r0U vDEDA U5'(708 I It 1PAV house w. or( Tcnn rd Ph. 477-J-l R L J, flog 4W-C, HumMtMd Flu, New\ 1-bedronm CD homo, con ::1

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FORGDTAdDU11T Bret'o 0 Registered Broker V\\. 709-J
Ol1Q SKILLU1Ofvbu MOTOR TUNE-UP I IUen MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
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s FRONT END AUGNMENTPAINTING If moved I today. Call after' 5 all purpoaea. We da else.l aaah I V
o o'rlwk. Slop, Avooada dr. and FOR: COMPLETR REAL ginning end glazing of aU types, },
Robert rd. (pit) ). Warren Morris i ESTATE SERVICE fee 101 N. !tro lCl, Phone 171.Myrtle's .

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BOOT AND FENDER RICHARD f'tJCIISn"IIIRtt'l'ttd
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eleaa INEVRONE1'ca 10 acroa brio Innd nt Inter- Ileautv Shop
r 'tip"R'' a tt< SEAT COVERSo for anle. For appointment call : of oiled rd. nod rd., J,000.. ttirlla v... Nave ,
V.1I0LRTEIINQVNDERCOAnNQ 443-J-l or 40S-R-4.( (jOlt?) N. Federal Hwy. : Bareness I7.M, Itacbew (It,
-j1i j jSpecial' 10 nerve glade lAnd fronting on Ph. 1J or 7SR-W. I Emprena III :
_ _ _ 0 oiled rd., $.,000. P.O. Dox BD3 Myrtle r. Manager ,
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O 938 Chevrolet 1'4-ton truck John knotty pine kitchen Price ,R,43Ut JONES Expert watch and Jewelry repair
A COMPLETE RUMPERTORUMPER -
Ing. All work guaranteed Nell'a,
Deere 2-rowr potato digger 1,000 down bat too con .I
SERVICE IS S. Krome Phone 11$. (c4-tl
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r Robert JacnBch. Ph. 742-M-4. (UI j ) See ECIIOE JORDAN
o ReglHtered Broker Ph. 700-J Can do your work u well and aireanonable
BUDGET PLAN IF DESIRED ai anyone. Why upend t
PAY AS YOU DIlIVLWRECItE ,0-ft, white cedar aklff BrlgM-!! I
Here arc just a fewof the bargains ybvr money out of town? Keep li PLANTING
o Stratton motor Saunders Fbh- NTAnJlUBUC home and watch I
I SERVICE ng Camp Ph. Key Largo 14.
0 k (pill) Exchuilve agent for All tmkfi of.IIOmpRIUell"'W'1' Iteans, Squash and Corn
bought, Mid S-row Cote: P-UnUn
1910, Chevrolet 2-door-excellent condition I. It. Meyer Properties J C. SlmpMn-Ph. 1UWKrame
and
New portable typewriters
White NEW ZEALAND DOES I
fo ; new paint; good tires $400.00. Bird Chevrolet Co, good breeding stock Kromo Llntlnjta on Irate nc divl.. adding machlnra. and C.nore
md Epmore. Ph. 116-W. (pjl) ) All lilting appreciated.Joseph All work guaranteed Estimates
111 N. Rome A'.. [ I
free.

1941. Chevrolet- -new paint; good tires; .. . t. .. coI'll.Homestead...Jas FU. *4' For sale: One bprnb-winj? ( fuel :. ,A. Kellghcr J t.. ......J.O given ..I.tt"i. A. I i We bur cell all and'kinds trade haul furu, IS'andplrtoiTof & ..,.
-t ante: n 'WOaler fantfihouund; 1101 So. k; m7 Avc. :tR )(rom4L''t'hori. 111. (oU-tf)
o
good nmI mechanically; a real buy $575.00 22 Years With gallon catering[ capacity young equipped trees, Phone for Phone 132.1 rhone 11G-U

; ChevroletjeIliI@ 004-M-4. (pj-') UAIDEN Hauling,, landscaping.,
,. topsoil, potting aoll. .sand rock
1911 Ford Coupe-good condition throughout. fill. Ph. 24J-R. Write nt. t, Boa
t For sole: 1041 special de luxe For ale: Delightful 2-lmlroom
homestead
Chevrolet tedtn with radio, CHS home on lot 100x13.1:\ In 14-A. l
A good buy at 350.00
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healer S. L. t/lrklnson, 100 N. W. good; location near Krome avo. INdA IDrblRls
2lh at, Ph. 61S-J. (nll-tf) riled roof,, tiled bath tiled kit. Nlwr'; GROVE MOWING. Carl KndUch. .
then Venetian blind, Julounled ,MQTN2R! nt. I I. Box 409 Homeatead, (oMtelchworth >{
porch carport tree Total price, place Klngl hwy.)
1940 Dodge 4-door Sedan-good depend- CONCRETE BLOCKS all acres, M0.8IMU Term FIIA. Phone B27-X-W. (U.UI|
,. Bruce'a Block Co., Naranja) Flu See EC1IOE!!: JORDAN
(
able transportation at $350.00 Phone 571. Registered Broker Ph. 780-J
WE DO reliable watch repairing

Studebaker-new paint good tires $250.00 Try Us When You NeedA r'Ialnr ads Woods Jewelry McCrory_ (a22U" *) M
1939 ; Haircut Benson Electric Has r

't' Shave or SIGNCPh. Philco Appliances] Wa buy old gold, Teeth, old tinge,
satchel, etc. Nell'a, IS S. Kromo.

I., Also Haircut ,._.'_ 7Se .Herman Marks\ Prlnl'fton. Ph. 412Fitzpatriek's Phone 118. (oU-tf)
. Shave ? r. - lte I

Shampoo (Medicated) _. ...1
'. SEE!: ALEX LANIER for Well "
'Ii""
Facial Pack TtaManage Corner Krome
' of used trucks from VJ-ton pickups to 2-ton drilling. ova
Large assortment (porn) '5e and NR 10th at Phone 11211.". t
trucks have been reconditioned and to Fine FurnitureCustom
jobs. All these are ready Combination Facial .__ Ile aA1KiT
to work. A AWAIT! YOU ................-......-
go . TonloManUfhe_.___ IS. Built of Mahogany\ and Other Woods Wanted

Trim __ lie Cabinet Work Chair Caning Refinishing If rOIl 'N a N.weemee to tile ....,...,1.,.,........
Open all day Saturdays: Shampoo (Plata) __ IS* Car Blwayae<< Dr. Redlmd M. Phone SI4-J L.an..n :.,;.Mr.nev,. Lac. !:
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a eat raw .ddc. ..,m., your idly pub. Buyer wanter for ICE BOX. Half
'" '=:'kcal .wreh.nl naq price If moved today CaU sitar
BUSH'S ..pr s.kn b"het W of O.WwII fIIts:rot, h.vslov.ly sou.VIse's a I o'clock. Steen, Avocado: and
suming a buy. No eI, Roberta rd.
(pJB)
Chevrolet C mu pane w.
Bird
IhnlPlli
.taa11o ; .
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Barber Shop ":::: .. ::: dif.:J..rraryl wM.eW1 r.
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FHA LOANSArranged Uif. "
) : :Haakta1;
Dr. Leonard w.
107 N. Krome CHEVROLET a nd 'OLDSMOBILE Phone 98 Opp. Clly nail Welcome Wagon ............ .. .,. ...-....
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yllu.r R.eMrks N r
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Mrs Geraldine Champney nil N. K lit St.., Miami, "..J
Without Cost p.- AIr c dw.dPHONE I;
ria. 158.1 lIolllf'tlteael s-uu
Breezeway D ive-In Seminole TheatreTWO To You ................................ :

SHOWS DAILYI T and I P. M. Phone No. 1T1 r
SATURDAY and SUNDAY eantlaMm I till IkAdreualom
Two Skews. NlihUy 7 and 1:11: Phone tltIAdnlMloni Aaylla Night, SOIl Bbttnee (till I ,, m.), We.Chlldreai CROUSE & BURR
Adalta Ito (tax Included) ender tea. hI| tea U twelve I4.. (Tn Intledei.) II O. BarberGeneral

': CHUreB Under II Admitted Free ,
Last Times "Adventures of Don Juan"
Today:
Cabinet Shop
$ Licensed and Insured
\ SUNDAY and MONDAY. lallo '-I Contractor- >I",
: GEORGE RAFT. VIRGINIA MAYO GENE IOCKHART In SATURDAY Ja*. T Double Festers ProgramRICHARD Phone 176-W Homestead Building & Remodeling .

i "THE RED LIGHT" (7:05: and 9:55): ) CRANE, GLORIA HENRY with All Star Celt In . Welding ,

n LEE WILDE in "" THREAT
Also RICHARD CRANE LYNN "TRIPLE
' 'tCAMPUS HONEYMOON" ((8:55: only) And CHARLES STARRETT, SMILEY BURNETT In v
:i SILVER PALM DR.-1 ML WEST OP D. 8.1
TUESDAY aid WEDNESDAY, Ian. U-H "TI1E BLAZING TRAIL"IUNDAYanel .
Phone 528-W-l
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ROOFING COMPANYRoofing
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; DOROTHY LAMOUH. DON AMECHE (In I
MONDAY, Jan. '-I
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: and 9:50))
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} "Slifhtly French Dorothy" ((7:05 SPENCER TRACY DEBORAH KERR in
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Also\ GERALD MQHR. NANCY SAUNDERS In "EDWARD MY SON" of AU Types

.I njONE WOLF IN LONDON" ((8:40: only) Added Cast.... Patlie News Solar Water Heaters : r

THURSDAY uU FIIDAY. Juk ISIS TUESDAY.'EDNESDAY., ..... 11-11 Sheet Metal\ Work '
I '. MARGARET O'BRIEN, JEAN STOCKWELL, HERBERT CLARK GABLE, ALEXIS SMITH In

"SECRET GARDEN"MARSHALL in(7:05 and 10)) "ANY NUMBER CAN PLAY" Air Conditioning UBNF. S. ..E.uourAmlulsneeServlce

In Added: "T..... (', ......* CartoM) Ilew Ceme. Pete Smith Fan Ventilation Ii
; GLORIA JEAN. ROSS FORD Serlalt,.
"MANHATTAN' ANGEL" ((9:00: only) Insulation .
i THURSDAY" FRIDAY, Ja*. Il-U .
I I I SATURDAY, ,... 14 BURT LANCASTER, PAUL HENREID CORINNE CALVET: In .' t '
:.'". KIRBY GRANT JEAN CLAYTON to "ROPE OF SAND" Free Ratlaule .1.*fr \ 1 I [ ,

"WOLF HUNTERS" AiXi-IJUle Red 8eaol MoaaM." CarUm Para e 10 AIM JIMMY UTAKELY,COMNONBXLL TAYLOR la I I Anise A- 41C11 xi. CremetRon f
,', I I "BRAND OF FEAR" ((7:00 and 9:30): ) \ Sn4ay thtag.sad with MeMay Dee, Valley J.... 10.14 ABB Sea Bas.'re....My Every Coral 0....,n. -. .111 4UIS I Phone ::110 J JT
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......'. and optI'IIMI a P,+aevie beauty ...., gjjeri>. rd IIn. J. 8-LBADBR-KNTERPRt8B FrMky' Jilt. 6,1>50 I
hop. ..... Moor sassed to. UM trr*. Mr. Ikea and Mr.
r. dMriaf me war and I II now I...... tte MIeN *t Hre.Prynrttfi ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS
PerrineBy navy .
AND AROUND attMiJai: tW 0 Mt Otter avia- jiiaatt" Phew of ftrmfvWted nor.*.. according .. .... N. W the WomMi'i Auxiliary of St.Jdm's
of Episcopal Church at 110
choirMB
Cars r, ** jiETHOOFAL
MIS. JOHN W. CHAnt! ttaa tie******** wbetl ** Bltibeth her Mar, Mrs. w. W. .
bones. this afternoon the home of Mr
Pbeee ......... M. 501Ma City, N C. The wadding. will Pryor, MMidayMr .
HOMEJIEAIContinued / PERRINE WOMAN'S CLUB WILL HKAR Ralph W Kinsman on KlnmanI'd.
Ida. piece to the spring.
and Mrs. Arthur 0 ivto as* WOMB MUT HIM Catharine Mann Kill\ lead
I -.. ... Mill Mary Curl of Miami wa MUM of tftkiliMgil el..dig Mn.Davlf MRS PIERCE ON WORLD RELATIONS I AT KIMOMAM HMM: th devotional service, and Mri
an over night of her cousin .....
guest Mr and Metkr, ..,
I Mr. *. U Dbhorty will pNMnt C. ( Efchenbergor will be -
C. E Vita* of Persists Mia Sarah Vlblea Friday. Mrs. CM
and
of betcteuahe.r. Homer HaUUp Guest apeaker for Perrine Woman Pederaen, who will do a talk tile program tt th* .tactics .1 side hostess.
announce the engagement Mr. and Mr C. W. 1")0. and
( from Pace live) Zaehry. two day this week .
Club oo Thursday Jan 19 dance a rondo from ""..* Barber
Mln Sarah C. These. .
children of LTOM, 0., .
and Mri Marshall left Tuesday IYlalt.edMr. Mr. P. K Conrad and daughter. .
will be Mrs E. O Pierce. chairman Sevllk"Hoateeee
tot Washington. p. C. where Mr. to Chariet N Moore IOn of Mr and Mr A. D. MulUn durIng . Nettle Mae, Mtertolned at of t
of youth conservation for will be Mn. Cap E.Ousley .
MaMhall wUl study electrical In- J. E Turner of McClelUnvllle, S, the hoHdsjr dinner In honor of Mr Conrad Get Chickens Direct from Farm
the norida Federation Woman .
tertee communication*. s.c., and the lale Luclui N.Moore, Mrs. C. C. Vlhltn who was a aunt Mrs. Ad lurches of Miami of i. Mr Harry William,
Club and International re- Mn J. Randall Penny Mrs. J. W.
Mix Vlhlen. a graduate of Redo patient In the ttemeaUad hospital Dec M Mn J W. Pryer, Mr*.
MrM and Mr*. Wallaoe Utton. Und High School and Miami 10 days baa returned but .will be on W. W Pryor Mr. Senile Moore, federation.leUoaa chairman Mr Pierce for the county Tyre Mr C.*. Cart John) B Moon and FRYERS A *Sf 39c lb.
subject Mrs. A.
Academy of Beauty Culture, own confined to her bed for three I *
their daughter, Mrs. CarplyoAllemlind.Mn JoI,. Od Zaqhry. and Mrs Carrie will be International relation A club-sponsored class In upholstering
daughter week
.
; Allen DouthltCha Entertainment for the meetingIn scheduled to "d
all of Ut C. P. O. and Mn. E. L. ICnlghVIt .. Perrine resMrct I* begin
May UUlan. ackson. Page of Miami and Hayes, the Perrine community house for member at 9 o'clock this FRYERS 59clb.
tone: NiIIe..4"IIIe4 .with name.sieed'nd .! Harvey Parrlih of Lakeland ., and children have returnedto for II years, called on old friend will be provided by Misses Martine Drawn
Blend relative Did 1 !Surgery: Mra. James Hagewood their home \la Jacksonville.Mr recently. and Marietta Pedtrsen, twin
.week The '"group war aeeom* I lof Pertine, Paul Ray of Home and Mrs Jack Cook of Mr and Mr*. Harry WlUJam daughter/ of Mr. and Mra.. CeoKESRIHE ', Also Baking liens
panted on a trip to Key West by and Baby Carol Matcovllch Montrose Oa. and Mr. Grace entertained Mn WlllUm per
Wholesale rates U retailer
Ruby and Bali>arl Conner diugh I of Key West Howard ct Dudley, Oa, were its, Mr. and Mr. J H. Mulllns '
f !ten of Mr and Mr. Jo*. W Conner of Dslevllle. Ala and her dater COOKER TEST Due to a Iypegrapbical erersliht -
,* .end Nancy Brown daughter I MU Frances Mulllns of Washington SLATED FOR CLtTWOMlN
, of Mr: aM Mr, John M Brown. D. C, during the holiday : The pressure cooker of member ear ad lilt week was .
Mr and Mr. Hiram Aldrldg' of Princeton Mom Demon. Pyne Poultry Farm
I't[ lira Hilda Sweeney of Boston, Please Think Before You Vote and family of High Spring have itratlon Club will be checked: by eut of data
ulster, of Mr*, Dorothy Posey of moved back to Perrine after a Mia Olg Kent assistant county We atlll want Je .KUa.
Konwwtead, hM' arrived, Bhuler and Mr*. Ceo Slrmani entertained Longview ltd.,2 Miles South of Mowry
I a month at the apart- gauge to a work meeting to beheld yew ear wlshet for a
menu'on 'a .W First It. She HI Veterans Mr. Slrman mother Tuesday, Jan 17 In thePrinceton FhoM. m W
accompanied by her son and Mn Eula Slrman, and hit brothers Church of the Nazarene
r L davgnter-ln-liw, M-Sjjt., and Mrs, A common sense plan whereby I veteran will\ be exempt J. C and Russell Sirmsns. of Member will also l be Instructed
* J. E. Carroll of Albany Qa. and from the unfair' and restricted building and inning ordinance, St. Petersburg over the weekend In textile painting
tf. children, Call and Wayne, .who so that he cm own a home to suit hi* own desire, without All attended the Orange At the club meeting Tuesday; 1 ProsperousAnd Brand New Portable
, spent the week-end hero hiving to raise his family under a mortgaged roof Why Bowl game.Vandals broke Into the horn Mr*. Roy r:. Wltlenwyler demo Electric

strangle the only one that has mad It possible for us to vote of Mr... L. 8. Brendls this week onate.led method of quick frees : Happy 1950
Carter Tuesday Mr and '
on
.'John today si only an American can? He la our savior of civilization and stole many household furnishings Ing and the use of the pressure $SOA.95
Mrs" M Brown of Coconut cooker In canning. I 'D001.e
Palm -dr. :were Mr. and Mrs. JP I l>.tit forget, we are the same people and they are the same Present were Mr. C D. Smith, I l c
.Jflfram Shaw, Mia nun to whom during thejwar w* said, there I t. no debt In the Mrs Margaret Cabot spent Its Mr*. J. E.Campbell Mrs L. Chambers i I
I. world too bill|| fur u* to pay, holiday with relative\ In Miami Mr. A. L. Campbell Mr*. :+ SEWMACHINESNew
Mr ..qnd. Mra JIM Curlatkl ofTenoessee Mr. and Mn Ceo. Cv Pedersen J. L. Murray, Mr* Ceo. W Drlg- H.E.ARNAUDJEWELER
rd winter resldenli I I entertained more than 100 guilts gene, Mrs Faye Hukhlnnon. Mr. I I msehlne for rent
' from"JAhnlon City, Tenn., were I II Park and' PliTgreondtCUan I at their annual open bout on C. A. Bryant Mr. Walker Martin I All make. repaired by fartory>lralned num.

Hned fitrt for the nnHday bythenflaUgnlm I orderly, and supervised psrk and playground Jan.' I. Mr*. R. B Hampton, Mr E. C I HARRIS REFRIGERATION CO.
Musses Cnttimlp It S. Erome Are
with safe, and approved equipment, where Crawford, Mr* Ralph Hunt Mrs.
. anU'Xnn) fvtxl teach recpectlvelv' \ I equipped one your 'I. WANT ADS I'AY O, Mullim Witlenwyler Ill North Krome Av*. Phone l><
I tesMtessee; ,and 'at Riverside children can play, swim and enjoy themselves without being lMI be.rai.Home, J
' Military, Academy and their aim, 'I emlunuired lo the extent. of having their finger rut off-which .
David "who attends whoul. \ InGeorgia. unlurtunitely, ha* append In the very near past

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Visitors'! her his week were Schools I

1 Mr1< Wj.Mr Flunk humus Of( : W* should have police protection at street crossing at The Believe ?
Hsr\.. Jlfh, who are cel-brnlmg What Can People
their thlrty-dxth wedding unnlriatr HIP nhiMil grounds at the three Important time dully-A M..
;t>/ a trip to Florldu and Nunn. and I'M. I do not Uilnk It will\ be too great a aacrlfitMto .
Cub* ',. I, Blve lo the welfare of our School children two hour out of
House guests\ of Mr. Ellubeth H that we pay pour*, which could avoid the possibility of an I
I Brook.'01 Florida City are her innocent thill death
1, ntpbew and niece, Mr and Mra.F..U.FsU.nberry When the anti-trust lawyers in Washington filed their suit to put the A&P out of business, they immediately

I oUn, Jier sinter*,of Mrs.North SerenA Car. If the abo\ sounds !sensible and fair Hive I. A 'Bill' handed out for all the newspapers of the United States a story giving in detail their "allegations against

,'. Lode and Mr.*. Ella Falkenuerry, tVwcll one of your vote for councilman, 1 will appreciate. the this company.
aha.,daughter ilr* Ceo. Albury opportunity to do ..1In\ my power to promote the same, and made
r sired Mimi. I all\ others for the benefit of all\ concerned. Thank again for When we published advertisements giving our side of the case, they protested, even though they had ,

..................... your put support.\ and have continued to make, in newspapers, in speeches and over the radio these charges that would seriously
f .. IAMCS AICIIER SMITH damage our business, if they were believed by the public. .

y\ a.n//ra.YI.HOirtTAL........NCWS............. Every week millions of American housewives patronize A&P stores. Many of them would not want to deal
with the kind of people that the anti-trust lawyers represent us to be.
Birth I. A.sr FEWELL
; To Mr and Mr*. Trultt Dullard i We think we have a right to protect this 90.year old business. which has made it possible for millions of \
of ,Jlomnteid, a daughter on Dei
food for their which is providing high-wage employment !
American families to get more and better money,
t II.Sa.Mt..and Mr Chat Burr of for 110,000 I Americans and which is helping millions of farmers to improve the methods of distributing f

Oouldi. a daughter on Jan, 1 their produce ,
I r t For Council I '
MedlcslAmoj. a.u.;;; and 'I', City .' .ij '. No answer by us would be necessary if the anti-trust lawyers were always right ... :: ..'Ila t !
,
I Chi Q Xartln of Homestead .
! I Frank, Uavlllo of Florida City, But they, like all other human beings, can be wrong I
J Tho. Morgan Of Taveniler Mr*.,' Homestead General Election, Tues., Jan. 10, 1930:> I

rd.. Victor' Allison of Rock Harbor t "'.,. Fdllkt! Ad..m ..ae.uN I I In this case we know they are wrong. ,
Mr*. Clyde Mclnnl of South Ml- \ II
t I They have been wrong before. t. /

In caa$ after'ease they made charges against A&P which were proved in court to'be utterly without foun

dation. .

N a eke c4np We will\ prove that statement right up to the hilt. :

The anti-trust lawyers tell the public that they won a previous anti-trust suit against us at Danville, Illinois.. ,: ,;

/ ;; \ (; They did.

(What they do not tell you is that they brought case after case against the A&P in federal courts all over '

r. \. the United States Before they won this case they suffered three defeats '

The antitrust lawyers have told everybody about the time that the courts said they were right We think

you are entitled to know about the three times the courts said they were wrong.

: ""j fc> .. Now'we are going to tell you about the first one. In future advertisements we will tell you about all of them.

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1y The Washington Bread Case f, "




I $ p r"5000"whole

1 10 heel l capacity I .1 here in which the anti-trust lawyer* made srriomly damaging
WillaSo a cue
criminal auit in we
.' ve* with Wolit- April 1M1, tU anti-trust lawyer brought a charges against the A&P, in support cf which, in the word of the court

: high imedtleilfairclean r InatD.. C. they did not bar "any evidenc* at all." ,
They etta/nd tW the A&P, two tracery chain competitor, two labor ; .
?\ mmoat hoed other good American' atisen bud conspired to fix the price.f Thin wa not the only time the anti-trust lawyer. made charge* against f I
ii Uwd. the A&P which the court aid were not true In future ads we are going;

a lngl* CUB Imagine charge calculated tG U more damaging to a to tell you about these other suit*. We are not going to duck, either. We
: anyone any
t <*H lurfac* mad grocery business They asked million of people to believe that are going to tell you about the criminal suit that the antitrust lawyers'we I
VnlH, Jwil lift Bludgttwtit wen the kind of grocer who would take bread out of the mouth. of won at Danville lllmoi 4Th
'tr ?,', d wlp., ', ; poor people and make It harder for a wife and mother to feed her family. .
4 antitrust lawyer ay that they are not attacking "bigneae of
r r- charges were ra// .. efficiency They hays to say that because the court have decided that

I.. ? , la that cue it developed that the ASP and the two competitor who were bigness". and efficiency and selling at low prices It i not a crime.
r Deep w.tl hand dMirgad with conspiring with u* to maintain high bread prices actually
I I. 'Nwllr with it i i ,f i1 d old bread cheaper than moot of the other toiea in Washington. Out the fact U crystal clear, that they only brought their bread suit against
r hNel fee goenN/y/ a4R '. the big companies and against companies that aold good bread at the
cahln., sic't a .. i, TWo anti-trust lawyer, presented and argued heir! use When they were
t" a e. r .a'g through, Federal District Judge Allen T. Goldeborough ruled that AkP lowest price*i just a* in ihi! current suit they are attacking a big company
food chetp. '
that sells good
and the other defendant did not even have to put in a defense. Me "
the in verdict of "not guilty.JaJg ." 4W
ordered jury to bring a
are going to how the American people that the suit to destroy A,6tP
'22906 GoUiboroagh und to the anti-trvtt lawyer: i Ie really suit against efficiency and against real competition. !i
c
"U MM win to show tnii record to any experienced ,

..FIR e trial lawyer in the world, A. would tell you that ln.r. The to be real encouraged question Involved to da a heir. ,sits o I whether efficient' businessmen job) or are going I:

coos nol any vufenc of all.Hontly ,. are going to let the unti-trust 1.ere1" Washington blow the whistle on

jj !_A'ii'L'J: 2TII'1 41 I have never in my muss forty ytarf cxptri- anybody who get big by giving the people more for their money. ,1

abtolatdy devoid of b
keg tried case that was at
enc a tell''

,. ..... .. cvidtnct like as nit.it"That la I tht honest troth. I haw never the besot gacany make food at at phi.vote' tt it is. a 'met. try f to I

use one
nomemoVert now you Temperature Control. Automatic Timt ,

.++i can ,enjoy| the modern convam'tnc of Control for Oven and Appliance Out,

f, Electric Cooking at a new low price, let. Easy-clean tingle coil surface units

look at these featuren Whole meal ca flfep-wR Handy Cooker with trivet '

I po l'l.SUptf' "5000" Oven with WoUt* for quantity cooking. Concealed Range TEA COMPANYP' ;

.r A'C'eaip. ;moktleu Broiler. Avtomatie! :etO'P.\ !' Appliance Outlet: THE : GRE'ATLANTIC & PACIFIC

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