Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 13, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00695
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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f I.I The Redland District's Reliable NEWS\ paper Sinct 1912 ,


39th Year No. 2 HOMESTEAD }FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1960 >T \ I . -1 / Price 5 Cenu ', *A

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No PerrineHomesteadLong LIONS PRESENT I, Local To Guavas Foreign Flown Countriw.ROTARY CLUB Donkey For VFW"Saturday vg.Ball Legion Game Night PostA ; JOHNSON BRANDENBURG WIN I 1


Plan and boat shipments ol

SIGHT TESTERSTO I log Redland made District by the guava Newcomb ire bur-I**:; MARKS SILVERANNIVERSARY raters decker .ban tame Is 4YEARSONCOn2YR.MENMKK1USSE1ITE; : ; I

eery on Waldln dr to far port! slated far Batarday fcUM be*

Distance of the world, report R. Q. New I tweea picked ..... free* Ar
Charges
SCHOOLSTwo comb. proprietor. raat-lmltk Peel V. F. W. aaiJha (
2 Recent air cargo Included j
three varieties for export to O. Bailey feat, AnrrtoaaLectoa.

Nassau. and seven varieties bound to benefit Ute '-'.W. .

for Point a PIM, Guadeloupe. beihliag. Iced.Tb. .
After Midnight Sunday Keystone teleblnoculir Seven varieties arc slated to Twenty-five yean In retrospectwere assented player will TIlE WEATHER Homestead elected to office

vision tailing Instrument& were make up I February boat ship viewed by member of the I Tuesday a new mayor, ft. X. Livingston -
.pea t Ik* tarn at I 'e1I Salarea nmrt seam uawe st ma awnr..aabew
presented to the Homestead and meat to Kindts, French Guinea, Homestead Rotary Club and their ........... _ n-e. and tour new councilman +
French West Africa, Newcomb night la tile city ballPark crs.ictel' son ,..
Redlind schools by the Redland Rotary Anna at I dtnntr-ptrty Howard L. Johnson, IL t.Brandenburg
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District Lion Club it It* meeting The varieties were ordered ty Wednesday night at the Parkway Jan 1___ _76 e1 iD.Jan. / Jr., Walter Weiss i

Long distance charge on telephone Tuesday night 1. C- Dodd! chair. Claude Py of Instltut del Fruit Restaurant In celebration of thclub'i Aid 1_ _. .BO M SOU and Ernest C. King Wm. Mussel
call between Homesteadand $$40 MONTH VET who hai Sen'Ire Jin. t........ II M 3014.
mm of the Lions vision conservation et Al1'IImeI Colonlaux. diver anniversary white, Incumbent councilman, re-
Jan I. .69 ST 10.21 010
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wUl be discontinueda
Perrln of frulvarieties
committee, made the presentation been making a study tropical Presiding WM President Let It Census Enumerator Jan t. . ." 76 17 3021 tr tuned hit seat Johnson and
here. Other
of 1201: a. m. Monday, announce to Principal B Black Lehman, one of the founding I Jin. 10. 76 61 3024 Brandenburg, high men, won
C J, Tncker, Jr, district HOUSETOOPENHERE fruit will accompany the.guav* member He wiled Ben The Everglades Park Service Jan It .60 5 8 IOJI
bum of Homestead and to C A. shipment to French Guinea which on 'will provide boat transportation four-year term, and the three
manager of Southern Bell Telephone Cray of Redland who acceptedthe It I long on bananas and short on Archer, the only other charter I for census numerator to count others, two-year term

and Telegraph Co. Instrument for W. "E Rice, all other fruits according toNe member till In the club, to five the hard-to-reach\ fishermen In The winner. ..../IU take office

Perrlna telephone number will SUNDAYThe principal. "comb. .n outline of Its history The the) It SO federal census, say Park ELECTION KEEPS Feb. 1 to serve with Carl 8. An
It II believed that these (two names of the 22 men who were Superintendent Din BeirdIn .
be Included: In the new directory schools arc among the tint In the derson and J T. Godwin, ,holdover
member when the club received the Broward Did and Mon
expected to be out on Jan 20. state of Florida to be providedwith BAKERY ELECTSCHANDLER lie charter from Rotary Interna roe county district' census, even WEBB' PRESIDENT councilmen

Homestead subscribers will call such vision testing facilities Uonil In January of 1(21 were the Seminoles will be counted, Defeated In Tuesday1 election
Perrln by giving the operator sample house built by H Consulted In the purchase of read by Secretary Wm J. Geron- and In addition to the numberingof OF SPORTSMEN were: Tho.I C. Kirby, Incumbent I

the desired Porcine number Per O Barber, local contractor to the teleblnoculan were Wm. Me TO knot who reid also the names of noses, data on agriculture and mayor: James L. WoUam and J.
how veterans whit tit II I offeringIn Laflln; reading dlagnottltlan for the 21 punt president of the club housing will be gathered All Q Wynn, Incumbent councilmen;
fine/ subscribers will reach Home- the 8OOO-to-I8.5oo Dade County board of public .Instruction I Rotarian Archer told how Julian children born after Jan. 1 will' A frank Webb, temporary and Benj W. Morris. J II Roberta -
Mud by dialing No. S and asking price and Dr. F P. Archer, SUCCEED FUCHSLuther II Webster started the movementfor be reported on special forms preildent of the new Redland Jr end L A. (Bill) Few.ll, II
the operator for the Homestead range, at nothing down and some Jr. Homestead optometrist'These I i Rotary club In Homestead I Upward of 121 enumerators, Sportamen Club, became the first councllmanlq candidates

number desired. $<0 a month, will be open for (Continued on Page Four) L. Chandler of Goulds soon lifter he rime here to become between 21 and 61 yean of age, president of the organization itin Ot Homestead 1.200 registered .
Inspection Sunday. manager of the Homestead will be employed on the basis of election meeting held it Slim I
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war elected president of Fuchl voter*. 60! balloted Tuesday, It '
The concrete block and stucco Baking Co., It a meeting of the : Telephone Co. late In 1923 after I written Intelligence test to begin and "'m"I'Restaurant Tuesday lea* than in the Dee!, 11 primary/
:
U. house I I. located on N. W. 12th CHURCHES UNITE board of director which followed rank Rue give up that positionto bout Jan IS, lays Arthur dl night Herbert Turner wit marts Six ibsentc ballot were cast.
J S. INSPECTORS Hubert
st at First ave, almost opposite a meeting of stockholders Monday go Into the fertlllrer/ buelneasThe ,Vincent district supervisor The Vice-president; Smith Livingston received 414 vote
James Jan 9. Jodean P. Cain was first meeting for temporaryorfanliatlon r 17 crew leaden will be appointed secretary, Stanley Witlkop. treasurer and Kirby, 1(16.(
Archer Smith Hospital It :: s
TO SPONSOR PLAY ai a I luncheon club before Mar 2, and the enumerators and Joe Bvrum, SylvesterP
HERALD HARVEST will executive vicepresidentand
be elected J Johnson
open to the public betweenthe In the council rice,
Adulr Oeo.
Ed Piceltl. Crlm,
wee held on March 26, 1024 ItContinued , before Mir 27 All will be
and ThosJ.
hours of 1 p. m. and 6 p. m. general manager polled 567 votes, Brandenburg,
) E. A Buchanan: and Leon Cham.
Sundiy SUNDAY NIGHT Faust was .re-elected, secretary-I ( on Page Four) 'given abort training courses: bliss, directors 503) Welu, 491.; King, nil; Muiselwhlte -

AT FARM MARKET The JO by-31* foot, two-bed- treasurer Rex J. Fault wan admitted !! Turner end Rex Pollard were 11I11, WolUm, 13V, Morris

room house Is so constructed that Thirty-two local people makeup to the board of directors Life Plans Follow-u ip on McKee\ Bars; appointed to contact. County Commissioner 246; Robert, 1011; Wynn, 203,
Despite a low tart on account additions may be mad to It later. Chandler was Ice-president. of Preston B. Bird to see and Fewal1,139.
east In Item.Pf'r.nce
Of high winds and showers, the One feature that strikes the visitor the supporting drama, 'Roll Call In the the company when Its prealdent Museum Officials Scotch Hoax Storytrouble if the county will Install I ikeet '. election I II a continuation
Is the generous provision of Chas T Fuchs, his friend andbusines of lib ot activity
tomato season I II expected to be Senate" te be sponsored by I range at HomevleaJ FUyfront 40 year ,
, In swing by early February says closet space The 11-by-llU-foot Homestead churches: .t 7:SO Sunday I associate of many years, Park. Announcement was made In civic affair sine h* earn
Manager a S. Phillips of Florida bedroom has a wardrobe closet night In the First Methodist met death In a hunting/ accidenton Photographer of Life mRII' maker Each personally that cabins It Bonefish Key' Fish her In 1WJ H* assisted with the
I City Slat Farmer Market Government three feet by five and one-half Church of Homestead on N. Dec 31 sin were here Tuesday making vouched for the authenticity of Log Camp have been made available CU: ,'* Incorporation In 1111 when
Inspector: will go on Contlniwd on Page Four) Kroms eve. at Seventh siNo Cash, who wa sale managerof pictures for a second story on the I. the relics, which Brookfleld said for club use by Proprietor there were 27 regintiredi voter,
duty Monday to Inspect and weigh admission will be, charged the bakery under Fuchs, said ancient Spanish silver bars and I he was the first to are In the Net! and served ai tint city clerk and

\ .U.the tomatoes, but auction are. U..Slat"*ai*,. anq-tae. pu.Wle' i* UondriTher. will be no cha gIn < oUtr.retrieved .rlifiloba!. :ax* : 'y..... rr1= ie Msd to us..** ease* h11w.Lcted.tAre.' ..
&
r'e'4'aneRd'et"pneent"ti l taLd
.. 'clock, Monday through Friday Co-stan In the drama which Mr Fuch expressed. a wish that. Museum of Sunken Treasure, Inc., Custom and Smithsonian Institution the prizes to be given away In been tailed to the mayor' office ..
An unusually light volume, fixes the responsibility for the should anything happen to him on Plantation Key M<'Ke*. received have itlafaictory Information the club fund rilling campaign.The which he previously filled from t
averaging about 1,000 crate daily, SCHOOL TRAFFIC traffic deaths of three people on the bualness should continue a check: from Life early on the source of the ban the corporallon prises are e luper 10 h. p. II t 1021: to 1026 and again from 1MO

bee been handled by the market a drunken driver, will b* Hayward along the lines he followed while this week for a previous story officials" said Mercury outboard motor end I to 1931
this week, Phillip say*. Better SAFETY JC GOALSEstablishment H Johnson, actor and he was president of the company scheduled to be) released "1m- Doth McKee and Bronklield 'holt rod and reel I.I I 1I..1Iot served is justice of the
tomatoea brought on the average author of the play,ind Wm. D. I have been given full charge of mediately after the holiday Is make sweeping denial of Jack- peace and on the Dade County
from $4 to lUll, and the top (Bill) Holden of Hollywood the management and the direc- sues"Duds ion's claims that McKee promised I KIWANIANS : school board and In July retired
price) wa 67.40. of a Homestead Member of the local cast are tion and operation of the company are being sought for construction Jackson upwards of 11'00> e month \ SEATARTHUR from IS year of service as Homestead
In preparation for handling/ the blood barik and Improvement of the Rev Frank L. Elvery, the affairs and will see that of the 25-foot by 60-foot salary, and misrepresented the postmaster H* and Mr. '

fr leason'i crop the Florida East the traffic safety facilities at local Rev. J. )K:. Jenkjns. Dr. D. OWoUenbarger Mr. Fuchs' wishes are adhered muveinn building for which value of radio contract and boats I TROXELLArthur Livingston and their daughter,
f' |coast; railway la expected to add schools are major projects planned J. Q Wynn, H L to". Homestead Architect C. J Par- and diving equipment McKee Muse Esther, a teacher In the Miami
a second train to Its one-a-day by the South Dade Junior Brown, David Fredrick: E. R man submitted the finished plans said that the diving equipment, I school system, make their
Schedule about Jan 23. ,and a Chamber of Commerce which will Blackburn, H. 0 Berber J L. early this week. bought from the navy, is in good Troxell was In.Ulled home at J22 N. W. Third st
third train about Feb 1. Heavy Install Frank Ty* a* president on Ballard, Ceoi W. Ledford. H L 1.0. O. F. SEATSFRANK Of old Spanish design with a shape, and the seaworthiness oft president of the Florida City Klwinli -

movement of tomato and potatoes Jan. 11.Workel1. Brandenburg, Jr, E. .... Buchanan, 40-foot observation tower the h e museum's glass-ln-bottom Club it a lidles night din GI Claims May D Re Filed
late In February are expected} on the blood bank Hubert Smith Cecil Dodd, Oeo. museum will house barnacleencrusted boat Is vouched for by Director ner meeting Friday In Club lm",
to necessitate a fourth train. project will be named at a liter I W. Smith, Delmer Butler F. A. SIMMONSAS cannon and ancient gold Wm Albury.Night .. baisy, Also Instilled by KlwunianChis At Legion Hall Thursday
date Appointed at the Jan. 6 and silver coins as well ai two
.
F. Mann Robert J
were:
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Ruff C,
Chlpley, J. B Sharp, Assistance to war veteran or
C of C Slates Meeting /meeting to was head Theodore the traffic Orfanedel safety H. O Thurman, Bruce A.: Ennls, NOBLE GRAND of avid the to bullion Smithsonian bar Tin Institution third, Classes Brooks, vice-president, Glenn their dependent* In tiling benefit
program OpenIn
John H. Whichard.) Dan Williams Schroeder secretary treasurer; claims will be offered from. 1:M
; For Wednesday Night who will be assumed will be displayed this month as
by Robert
and Edw Tlsdile, Louis Maroldo,
David Williams, Mr. Roy W Typing Shorthand1I..IIIr.tlona to 4.30 Thursday In Legion Hall
D Witt and John McLean Prec the Institution prize find of the ,
.The Redland District( Chamber ".rue... Mr* E. E. King.. Mr. Frank Simmons, noble grind 'J. B. Cohernour, Arthur E. Troi 011 S. Krom aye
ft.' Commerce will meet at 6 eott Wood Homestead High Lull B. Free, Mrs. C, O. taker, of Homestead L O O F lodge year The for evening classes ell, Jules Cherry, Leonard Pyn M. E. Penton. assistant atat.
School Teacher, ha volunteeredto Mrs WIlL F Installed Tuesday night by highly-publicised Ingot In typing and shorthand will be ;and W. W. Severy, director
/clock Wednesday night In the Cody, Mrs J A.MCNellI wn made the headlines service officer, will com her to
work with the club committee. gain FridayIn
accepted Monday night by Mr. Retiring President Ceo M Ar
pounces room ot the Homestead Mrs Chas. W. Lalby and District Deputy Grind Master sensational receive claim from the veteransor
Plan made also for charges that they
were a Ruth L. Scott Instructor at bogast presented with I
wn one-
end staff from
1 tty ball. Miss Antoinette Hoy. C- R. Chronliter had been their widows parent or dependent -
letter. "surreptitiously Imported -
weekly
new* Coconut Grove [Lodge No. 61. Also Homestead High SchooLBr.lnn.r year perfect attendance pin. Jim children says Wm. I.O.ronJmo .
All Interested persons ire In In addition to Tye, the slat of from a foreign country"
Installed Everett Douber and refresher courses Barker and Leonard M. Kent "er.Inducl.d .
were: service officer of John
.Ited. to attend the meeting. (Continued on Page Four) Experts Studying Park Instead of having been found In
ley vice-grind; Jason Avery recording In typing and refresher course: In as new membersMrs. Q. Silley Post of the American
Engineering Problems secretary; C. M Barrow, the wreckage of a 17th century short hand will be taught from J. David Roberts presented Legion
Spanish galleon The charges were 7 to 10 o'clock on Monday and vocal selection to piano accompanlmant -
financial secretary, Carl S. Anderson *
Developers Reveal Plan for 320-Acre Ross Sweeney, engineer from filed by Fred Jackson, a former
If treasurer, frill H. Rutike, Wednesday nights of each week. played by Miss Vera Soil Saving Reports
the National Park regional office vice-president of the corporation, :
The charge 1s 13 a month for one TroxelLDr.
Tract on Kromo North of Epmore Drive in Richmond, Va his arrivedher and left supporter H. R. H. to Ford the, warder noble grand; In what I II termed a "nulsanc or both Enrollment can: be arranged J A. Smith It scheduled is To De Filed by Monday
for a one-month itudy of suit" by McKee and Chas Brookfield for by calling Mrl Scott guest speaker it tonight meeting .
( engineering problem of Everglades W. Y Bush of the Homestead corporation vicepresidentand at I Monday I II the. deadline! for filing
evening Ph. 605-J
\ Development of a 120-.<<* tract of Mission camps well-known National Park, report lodge was recommended a* a Florid representative of the report on growers 1(49 soilconervatton
In ICrom av*. Just north of Ep throughout the United State The Park Superintendent Dan Beard. candidate for district deputy National Audubon Society Jack practices, farmersare
I more dr. Into "* progressive, tract has been platted Into 100 In relation to the federal flood i grand master. son seek $16000. In damage and Opening of White and Colored Clinic reminded by County Agent
peaceful community" la being by 100 foot Iota, of which SO have control plan, O. B. Taylor of the After the meeting lodge mem bark salary In the Circuit Court Chas. H. SUffanl.
planned' by Its purchaser, Mrs. already been sold, ahe say The regional office I II spending" several ben were entertained at a chicken auiLJackaon's At Lincoln Hospital Set for Jan. 22 The report cover acreage used
j Minnie Ma Manfred of Larch project has bean named tnllklta", ; day here to study soil and moisture supper by the new noble grind charges are dismissedby for grove, vegetable growing and,
tnont. N.' Y.. and Coral Cable, which Mr* Manfred says II I In conservation problem of the i and the retiring noble grand, Wm.Henn McKee and Brookfield as those pasturage under the Agriculture
( and her brother, Walter M. Van lan for "Little Heaven". park i, of a "disgruntled man and chronic Jan 22 hai been set as the Led by Arthur Mays of Gould.. Conservation program. Farmer
Nort Dallas attorney. _n__ __ ___ _ _u_____ _ and
tentative opening date for a the negroes from Perrln to Florida grove men era required to
I A* explained by Mrs. Manfred, have ,In report the planting of
I City Joined financingand on cover
clinic for white and at
the development will be similar Farm Life Road Resident Makes Sat-Eve-Post negroes building the hospital with the crop and the application ol
; to the non-denominational Chain the all-negro Lincoln Memorial lid of whit friends. Assisting the minor element II mln.all8llocopper

Hospital now under constructionat negro committeemen" Mays Neal alee and magnesium, la

E Bare Short-tailed Hawk Eager to Talk. About His Boy Scout Troop Gould Operation of the clinic Shackleford: and Gerald Flnlry, addition, pasture report thould
Found in 'Glades ParkA will be a public service for those are Dr. J A. Smith and Mrs. list the number of acre cleared
i
In .d Jaren t areas wit o n ow mu al Marian Bernecker and Mr Will" planted by teed or lOCI, r-** dd

1 short-tailed hawk, one of the Writing for the Saturday EvenIng their permanent home her and He sold the tint one h* wrote derma when a cobweb sweeper come to the South Dade Clinic: public health nurses. and mowed.

rarest bird In America, was one Post II I getting to b* a familyhabit lived for a while ort Mitchell dr and the second one II I on was run up It. on W. Mowry st. explains Mrs.
i of Jh* 71 species Identified by of Mackenzie and Dorothy near Porcine before buying the Pig 10 marking his debutIn -Mr. Cottrell Is a levelheaded Osl Wills. publld health nun Unit's Work for Retarded Children
bird, expert in Tropical Audubon Gossman place 13 month ago the Post This I Ia *U very and self-reliant person. She .Is for that territory. III
I fiocwty\ '* annual bird census onJin Cottrell who make their horn In Th*'' Saturday Evening Post' astonishing to Mackenzie, who In also a marvelous rifle shot So More then $1,000 worth of in Club Talk Teacherhelpful
Explained by
..1 at Paradise Key In Everglade the old C Goaaman homesteadon biographical sketch, follows: earlier years hid been heard to her husband, having confidentlyleft equipment has been donated by
National Park. Also seen Tennessee rd. Mrs. Cottrell's "Dorothy Cottrell whose fiction remark that a man who fuses her In charge of the bias University ot Miami from stores \
were 4 an Arkansas kingbird, a stories are well known to Post has been enjoyed) by Post readers around with writing stories 1 II onlya pheming chimney: was disappointed acquired when It look over the Homestead' unit for retarded In leaching tongue place.went .
re -talled hawk and a great white readers, and Mr Cottrell made regard Einstein and Herbert than a In her when she began former Richmond Naval Air Rase,
school children of 141 such
:: bough ,, one
$eron,", one* near extinction but his debut in the Jan. 7 /ism with Spencer as light reading for Sunday "L-t: Cottrell I telephoning him at unearthly Mrs. Will report The equipment The second dl'l.d11lof her work
gkow becoming fairly numerous on, -Wildfire", a story ot the Australian afternoons .and she quote and settled down In one of the hour In the night and Inquiring Include a .terllur, bandages unit in Dad County, 1* operated I II helping tow "homebound by
the Lower Key I built Euripides for her awn amusement eldest houses In Florida, choosing what it could be that was march- , bed, ahaeta, pillow cases, under the direction ot a 'nationalfoundation. Injury or contagious disease. to
Most numerous of the 2,710 When queried by the Leader- while cooking superb meal So that location beaus It I II an easy log about In the attic Later she 'I first aid medicine, etc Mr. M H. Gallalln, keep up with their clThe ,
bird. Identified were the red- Fnterpria on the Cottrell writing say her husband Mackenzie' Dn jump to the Caribbean Inlands" took to Inquiring why the eat, HtHotIfIIIUI and Professional .teacher. ot the unit, tnl4 the third division of her work '
winged blackbird which numbered I activities, Mr Cottrell wa much the other hind lit reveals, she they think that nothing b morePun ki which the Cottrell household Women' Club ha financed / Monday I II helping,those who for' one ..... .
1U2, and the whit Ibis which more eager to talk about Boy cannot spell '..t', and, I* unable than going on treasure hunt bound, were walking around Jakpwrie: ,door and screens Homestead Soroptlmlst dub son or another have fallen behindIn
number 383. Despite windy Scout Troop 14 of which b* ha* to count above .... U the course for Spanish silver and not finding leaning' aldewlM, a* It brushing' I which arc being Installed this at it* luncheon meeting In clasework. Telebinocular test 'j t
.Ither.lhleb( ; kept many birds I just assumed the leadership. In of taste pleasant hurried life, lovingly against nobody legs week at the clink, located: on the Seminol Trading Post reveal eye a eommoA
Ader cover five more species addition to writing of his native which recently reached a twent). It"A ghost share their new home Mackenzie: kept assuring per that porch of the hospital proper. The unit, which began opera kfec.r.--.:: ; she said j
were Identified this year than Australia and serving is acout seventh wedding anniversary, the with mesa They were clearly apprised this wa nothing. Her spiritedcomeback I Donations of pipe and fittingsfor lion In October I* quartered In Craft claaae the find an aid la '
last. master, Mr Cottrell sings In the lad)'* deficiencies have resulted of the permanent tenant wa that that was Just the hospital plumbing< have the aid! cafeteria building In Hat arousing interest.
4 Helping 4wlth the count were choir: ot St John' Episcopal in Mackenzie proofreading her Won buying the house but they the trouble. If It WM something, 1 been solicited by the Redland District 'various hour of the day are Mrs GiUatln, who hold a
Park Ranger Willard E. DiHeind Church and CUll for the Cottrell book and story scripts and said, Boshf Presently, just as she would not mind ItTb Lion Club pupils from grade two to nIne. matter's degree, majored In to*
Larry Sheffield, and National groves. handling word counts, and felting Mackenzie had to be away from hospllabl Cottrell have In- order to finance and Install Mr .Gallium work fall In champ, and during her student' 1
AudJbon, Park Representative Th Cottrells. who cam to the Into the habit ot being" a helpful home for a white, the colored help Invited u* to pay them a visit A* electrical and, plumbing fixture three division, she explained day In Chicago pent an entire
Chas :Breokfield and two State 20 year ago, have lived lath critic ot (the text So U came about announced that they would peasestaying w* could not hit the brawl aide for the tMapltai, member of the The first dlvWnfl 1s teaching summer with Jane Addanw la
member ol bit staff. Kenneth Redland District sine 1S44 not lung ago that tb* author on.th* premises tier dark of a sheet with a rifle, we are near executive committee have thoaf' with speech handicap to famous Hull llouM where bet
Close. Miami bird expert, beaded except for brief stays hi California .J talked bar husband tato trying to because the chimney of the house trying to think,! up a pout way been sponsoring a drew in munclat: clearly. In this work work was In the caueae-sponsored

{tM. expedition. __u it i. la iH2, they> decided to auk write a yarn or loss M JaIl .... had been swearing .., tore fa to lay BO" Gould abe find the rue of a mirror.' nursery ached:

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: part of I livery. *J*.ra.t... : 2-LEAIER-ENTERPW8E Friday, J...- IS. 1MOAK
WATER CONTROL program BLAKE MADE I FISHING BOAT I The viMn were .presented. with ;
Budd. .. .
students 'I set of the Beta. ) of Know . .m.

EXPLAINED ATLIONS' slot MANAGER tf, Taverfir,4e lTt M.e htIMac BLAST A KIDS| I.ml Uve an Hanlijiia b Vinaltln A ...
""**fa" tmm Mr III* *ablftilnfaf ; .
..hay. *va. ) MOTOR the PloWs lut* MaBorlaiafespftal 'SKIPffilfCapt wt.=j ). Il bUt mZPATRICK
t MEETING prlaiftn D ( co' b Soot tfKMae, ... MIAMI ,
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' Three t)' is.fneas 001115' stem dMlnnanof j1' alt.IsM tiMtMWtai AfMMaaatfIlanoforfe wa0>J an Drive.
Jeanne Bellamy of the Miami awarded Blake, for \the pMt three, the hospital. fund committee.It . Chaa. K Grove *f the '
t II era Id described the general asp Uwls . dtetrlrt represefttMlve *4, to cttMiMdIbel IN HHve wUI MUMl Aarter ,....,., ..to idled l0a1f1AfM -1': nt>3 '4ry
year anal take several, month" but when Duck II. was killed shortly afternoon and dourly .. I
dtvuton\ of General'
sentatives the 1111,00 to collected Monday When the I beet e- west knotlwr raise,
from, the IMMOMOUO. Inlorul, WII'I I 1100-year for southern and middle j construction of Ute hospital. will ploded off Key Largo Mrs. Green yen MV*.fteii thovifkl what. you Violin XytepbooAetl1o*
, ter ronlrol ptojeil. to the lucalUOM torial. / hit accepted the potlUon atari! md Mate Jimmy Albury were would' do If you" had! my \Income! ,
J. CMr Tuewlay' "ma*t. Ar. grant' of .1 manager *t Pretto "Wrth" the wiener aeaMnt toCHs treated. ear she* et Jeocs ArrOettmflb haven yogj*. \ u atLcatkrHnterprUe *
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Mrthatth*i4e ha* already been mr.: : nfmrr.1. otOfit ; n .r-Iti" '''II''' 'WO
five Motor co. of 'IMmertead, ** to traffic along the Oversets H* *>tA0n "No." cam*, bla plaintive' re.Joinder .
t mmtffurted: It the. aVuward Coun. hips 1M tflfftway the need tf a hoepttajl >e el ir*Waat hasntAWn "butflTiave often won*
(y bank *u lfy Hr pratttHbntUf .> toriat are land! Pontiac tore) deal,. ta the Upper>> Ky betompInure M.,1IIeIIr'' After the txpJcWbn deed what ,roq. would' do If you Want t' Ads Iking I.e ulta
fvA UfvOerMt .... Ml*| 10 ar*., now k over hlsMw,' duties/ rgent," he Mid.Tivernfer which Mew the three* boat &roppenfe bad mine *. ," "' [ ;
pingedyypro1Ort. Aim IIf the e in- itvdknti In \ hotel w U be the !IMo the water, (h* boat lie got the4a1se.Ex.1< : ,,' ''W1'atftlrl
'il. I I. to ronlrol' and the pistil. of Atlanta, Mr Blake campaign headquarters. mined to the water edge
mniwrve by dike. cassia, and rte Test for ..
from Orlando, which
fivulu, the water. of 19000Qutre twice 1
. mile water shed department\ ) headquarter' while h* Student Art Show Set MRS. EDW.\ REID f ; ) :
Sho" ." Ibal at p I'eIM11 and October district repreienU- Scholastic \ '
up'a. Murttirw '
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IAN water ....... emith very irto*. aweruM ,...stste&L I""" hi hw I reroitj I DIES SUDDENLY ,. \ '. .\, j' -- ,4
ly (from OrlWMlo' to Lake Okra year with General Mo. High school students who with .! .. II ,
cnibe and Oil through' the KverCl anda of World War II ht 'to ubrrrlt entries for lh. regional r .. a # \ t.
. d" In Cape SMe. On the way ........... I* the army air corps art exhibit to be' qxmaored by Mr*. Katie Bell Reid ft, wifeif r' .. LONG DISTANCE CHARGES I
nom of Use water la dlwrteiJnilunrd Wy( Mr*. Blake and their I'Scholastic>> Magarme Mar 44 4n Edw J. Held of Florida City, .. 'air
t I by caiurtii. and wnlwird Of the ton 'rt occupying Burdlnei may obtain the peceaary lied auddtnly Saturday morning / 'a .> y,'
. C.lnotla1l.tto'The awirda. (f9o: house on King. form from Miss Helen I> ,
by Ihs opej' it a heart shack at the Reid ( i :.t L
plan of the ary aMhaera pro- .i** by '"' ( l Homestead High School alt In* tome on I Ith st ; on Calls BetweenIlonleslnid"andPerrine J ;
, .. v drv for Imp uMiftll Ihn MCMi House anti Murray, long-time ..''ea. 'I alaVMonThe The Rev Martin R. Davit, pai- .
i \" water of this wateithH, In the negroes Preston 0 Bird Motor { contest li conducted on I Ire of Florida City and Redland .
larre N-wrvolr-like arras south of bails with remain with the firm. natlon-wldq icalt w Ith cash prlrel community churches, conducted .. .
f Luke ((3k.* holir e. House fed -- I for national winner and golden| funeral' servlcti Monday afternoon :I Ise /'.
D.v keeping the extra water In ire divided achievement key and certificate in Turner chapel Crema ", t .u. :
the back country, she explalnml' and girls. Fair Operates of merit for regional winner. The tins followed f I... I . .... .. "oil ..

the maid' area will bA bemfltr 4| All the On Non-profit Basis entries may Include creative, pic A native of Hale Mills, N Y. A. M.
I II> an Insured flow of tuliterrsn- The } ' (torlal, graphic art work, ..dver.I Mrs Reid made here' home In End {at 12:01: Monday .
ran fresh watts whlrh will ...- ycsra ., Jan 12-The great state tiling, designing, ceramic, crafts Gloversvllle, N. Y. before she ". : I. '.
pulse the ntruHlan of Mil wale ualian they In Tamp each year, li I and photography. and Mr. Reid came to Florida : ,:
nuiMi, the mainlmid This project or cancel' ., nun-pronl enter Asked to serve on the Judging City more than IS year age t Telephone call from Homestead .. Ptrriit tad IA
, will' reclaim only a very small\ teaching for dollar taken In must committee are three outstanding . rri
: frem Petr;.* to Homestead will \,e feed of Loot
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and
etiKJunt of additional l land for Winner for the Improvement artists, Don Rosenthal, Eliot .r f
.pn, ultural u-. Tim wild life swaMi .. of the fair' Officers O'Hara and Jose de CreefL North Dakota Visitor Dtttsnc charges" beginning i ; 12itl 1 A.M, Monday, '
buth animal and vegrtalive, of three ,'. work without pay. Victim of Fatal Stroke I
the Kvrrjlaiif NaUO/NIII'.rk can of higher \ -. and rccelvel Jaaeary I If. Tie titension of local calling area which i

f b- bpI In Its natural romlillonbr ) the other from the state 1I 'l ,:. J.I :J.,.... Mrs Milford C. Rutherford, .8. .' ' become effective at that ;time will _..'that subscribers .
:
of Valhalla, N. D., died MondayIn .
Hill stoutly flow of conlrollml' any the 1950 fair are Jan ,
In titter call lubscribtn. In till ,
In the James Archer Smith Hospital< city may
wader ally _. ..._. .. _ U_ ___ ____. '
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The Hub' unanimously. proved| ; after suffering. a a oilier soj{ often a* taey wish witkent pnying: long .
a much nrmlrd. contribution of Sunday morning church service\ In .
',1 if",1 on Jan S2 to the Pad! South Miami Mr. and Mr Rutherford dattnc charges. ,
P, C''lIiljf' blood Dunk. and their daughter Joyce, I
A piano duet was played by had arrived here Friday for the Calls between th* two cities will be mid a* fellows .

torn!\, Mailer Gaby and.. Mrs. Clnr-' '.anon .
, ', Arrangement were handled '
enre C.uj'
I -- - .- --- Card of ThanksOnce here t>y Turner Funeral Home HOMESTEAD SUBSCRIBERS: will resch tWine
Funeral service and burial will th the .
by giving Operator desired Perrine umber,
be held Sunday In Walhalla,
STATE PROVIDES
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when. M... Rutherford was born. TERRINE SUBSCRIBERS will reach Iomnteed

1011,032 I () LOAN 1 again, after a period of years! the people of hit The caused death postponement of Mn Rutherford of the C J; 'i;.I::t;.' 1.1. hy.. disbag "5" and liking the operator for. the .> ,' 1

\J Homestead!! have elected me their mayor. I am truly picnic scheduled for Sunday by ( ' desired' Homestead amber I ', v 1f,1Ps \ t tt
(he NoDuk1 Can, mad up of winter .- .. ., :
grateful for this gesture of their esteem and,} will do visitor 1 from North Dakota r qi,. '1 iWe ) \ ;, ',
; SCIIOIAHSIIIPSI .; f ar. pleased to bring you this ...Iari.. !letal" ** t : .I. :. ,.l'

Bv my utmost to prove worthy of It. Santini Infant Son ., A"\ ; : , .. ..nk..4" feel that it will be *. Import*at assstte .. ... . '

,I IL Petersburg Time I Buried Here Tuesday C .}I. ,1." , .r the future development of this arts) i'II t I

v TolI.h,,'''". Jsn 12 -Not ninny .. "
, J>f;nip realize It. but tho Plata nfFlorid. '' Robert Paul Santinl, Infant ion C J. Tocher Jr., tHitrirt iUsM| r '
' of Mr and Mrs. Fabian Santinl
.. U paying for 'port of (he
cohere training. nf abtMit HVI ml' I S. E. LIVINGSTON of T vernier, died Monday In ..
f I "o students who are. training Jark'on Memorial Hospital' at the SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
an of two month and nine day f .
f for rarrert as tuthcrt or KuvrrnII .
The Rev John D Walsh, O.P., of .
P. m",1, ....1flo3'f.'C'l. . . I Ifo
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'. Sacred Heart Catholic Church '
thetvachse-trolnhngsatlolar-' .
conducted\ funeral services Tuesday ,,
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I. hip pmsmm artmlnl'lrml by theetale f' .
riiii afternoon In the Turnerchapel. 'k I'
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eVpartment of eitiKXIon" -, .t j..., _'i.i. -. 1hL\ _ Burisl woo In Paint Cemrtery 'It. : .. I : t\ "i .. ., '.' : \ . IIt -

at Naranja. .. I t .> r,
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the r v r
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baby 'haves twq litters, Patricia I.. : "'' '
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WANT ., I ;
. ,Inthe,_ I ' . Ann and' Elizabeth Joan 'I ..

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Redland Homestead Elementary'New School'King defeated r .,:' Benson Electric '\head.'uarlers- : for . :

.; Cooper School' 1,200 to 8M> Friday .
morning in the Miami' JI-r.'d.' It.edll.t.Nwl I I
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WQAM tint qulidown of the new ,
i year hi Eouthsid School audi
Homestead Neon Signs ortum. I
Member of \th* victorious team .

were Robert MacDnnnell. Martha .. Finest Perto. .
romlrey, Kenneth Hoffman Mar '
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: greet Tommy Ann Adams Folk.' Jon Alternates Dlfchoff were and t.GalrRGlde.t.f.) .. b J. .'''''1 rtet

Jane Turner, Charter Ennl and +. nQulOs'
Ever
Martha Kendall dual = p

.N E." L. Lefebvre Owner lobby Homestead Brown wai. Pat represented McCsrrah by, 'to.............. A 'y 'rertd w, .
S Ms. Te* re W ley r -
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5t'' A George Billy Bradley, Joyce
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Bethun and Cookie Klnard. team IctHtea weatelhd W .*

'. jot ; II!.} members. and Mary Catharine prlu III ....TfSO Pkko
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r 1/fA'1o.' . \1 rrtr Quinn Anthony PoNG and Dudley H ''L
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I ::: 'l. ) Benson Electric Services \
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1'j Radios & Refrigerators ,
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Commercial Work Window/Wall and "b \ .-llew asbbaetatyle.ltry .
( ......ist ..........
,VWoe DUL FttMrt IM*.
t rsianr* era tAd
Truck Lettering! ',. ,'. .1 slay I M Hi* price tU

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. Free \'Estimates. t- Cheerfully Given

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.. Nat at a. eses.ru..1laesein
west yea Morelos.
taw fa.eb ea.eae of tact wrw
save Sat Ia .... /

i e alb sew.. .Mwi.e eeeale...en.a.d... .wawaw en a 1
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hay. w. ......._. eaen ,
205 Nbrtk, Krome Ave. Homestead awe w.eo- w..... Meer.en .
P111110tERMr
alien pews a seed w.Mw ASY luart l!.nf

.. ts.t .. J'" .e4 out.Wellcome 1.I earaaae. M auwvesae Nuco .... aurae p..h pun s> I.fortMfees .
((Nut Door to Dodd Radio & Appllahct) "' I suss style tow. m -|wutw.ee I-HUHtemiBg Cs6tall

t Wagon ..... I* f M mKO Mss Real basely wtttk 1.. :iaBenson
. .....lag Ivett. 42 toe parfonsms I* ...... .....
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CookabetI4icu \0 rlrs. tcntdine' Chtmpneyrk
: Iet'CertA/'lord
i ;! c nJIktuon lea. nMed
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Electric
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'Ii'. I Electric MMPhiko I'

Aces Princeton, Fla. Phone 441

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'MLE SOTHERE ..... t I1MJUe 1,lIltS t'tOS :_, Tampa Ready for GaspurUla Feb. r

I Friday Jan 1 -baaktbllj I, I II '11 4u1 1a bte r4n i .... "I be ,

LIGU+ GAMES :j I I South h Browaro,; at HoaoaateadHl .. AFTER 'WlflS\ ;;1 USING? ; NEW ncellmt have>rn flnhlin t muti Home on llvr nl i:chubs'baa id '

..wn the t Imnlntfti nuxl !thii, poet ,
NEXT WMn I IIn Ii Saturday Jrfn. 14bMketbaU.HooMttead I TAKES 9IH TILT. By jrAtXTTI HI IWRC week s ,
All.8tar. v. Key We. IJon't rt>rftrl to weigh In any
I.onarmVhool.: Fort bavterdate' v* 10'\-'lINt huh for the Miami i 14
tF-FF'
s'dMI.-.r'.t i4l M 1 Key West Nival Bat at HomelitMd By ALLAN, Metropolitan Fishing' Tournament (
"1ht.J.$. WM. u. Hom.....i iAUStars High; ledland High at Miami :' The H. H S. Growers after "In-I 77111149 There Is no entry fer, LoU of '
Key'Wet I Beach ning even atraight. were \ valuable. prim, citations and
will .fUay I 4bir.ft>*t setback last Saturday a .. .Law trophies are given away each J.
'School and Fort Laudet- 1 Buaday, Jan. It- otf.! aaat day j .
Manse night W Miami Ueaoli./ 15-21 The MA. A-N Ptlh year Only flan caught on rod mad
-!da1. wm play Key West Naval to qualify fllr golf touiiiainnH. Grower were led by Hob Roper, Jan 14 4:.0 toU 10:45: 10:4': reel saw eligible.. far entry IV not j'1
Baat. TIll All-SUr will seek to Jan l4badutbAliomatea4 who had! It paints. I Jan! It IS4 'M4 11.43 1144 ale or clean any flab that you
avangaa 11-40 defeat by Song AIVU v*. IMlf- On frlday night the GrowenaUmpeded ; 5W Jan, 11 I,.S eu: -:- If" expect to enter Thl hat dlaquallU ;
last Saturday In Kty West I lloUfwood; bowling Delray M-17 Roper t1' Jan." IT, '::11! ':9T IH7 1:11: 4 several rntriet IWt past week ,
Monday night the Ail-SUr win league. 1 again led the Grower attack with 1 } t i Jan." II 107 117: lM: II: ) LPcout
travel 1 to Hollywood to. play the j 14 pom\ II* was followed by pe'el' Jan. II "a4 1.14: tK >al:
opening lime of a new tag. Tuesday, Jan 17- baaketbaU, Jack Pope and James Watson who .Jan.90.1.37 P*$ UI S"L. I Troop 11 Invite p
league competed of Homestead,j Homestead All-Man v*. team to had II and 10 point respectively, Boys t to Wednesday Meet I IIntereated ,
L- Laudermilk
D. -
Homestead High.Thunday B. Della: land
Pompano, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood be announced at In the B content. with Uolray tithed \
Miami Coral Gable and W Florida lily boy .wore than II\
Jan. I9- basketball, the Baby Grower were vlctorlu ,,11ft
SI..mboa0'eeII\ uahtg
University of Miami team. In I Allan Left dumped In year of ag* are Inrtted to attend \
"Ilu.1111 hr the All-Stan will Homestead All-SUrt VI. Pompano 49-J8 at shrimp and caught 41 aangrovsmapper. meeting ul Scout Troop 14 al 1 ('
pity I _far unselectM.pponealon ; at Homestead High; National 14 point o'clock Wednesday night In Red- 1 I
Guantf va. HuberdaehFr at Bed- With Miami Reach the Baby of Cothrtnton.Pa .
Tuesday night and Pompano W W BUlUmilh land Commualty Church, says v
on Thursday night I land high Grower lost l29.Rork .. Leon lI.rt1" Slim Pea Scoutmaster MacKenal' Cotlrell
The All-SUrt defeated Fort Friday, Jan JO-basketball 1, naught .f MonwalMd" ) taught ISOeaaor'e The aalatant aroutmaitw is I Bob
Lauderdale 18-31 her Monday Homestead High at Itedland.RAMALERS Slncor with II point choke. two jack twoaysper Grl"" I IKetlland
night when Sullivan was high man paced the 01'0to a 41-" and ,a JwIaI.I.Lak.. ;
with 14 point On Wednesday WHIP tl'BUUJ' victory over Riverside Military Surprise !
night, Eastern Ar! Linn lost 7148 match .f III.IIDIpIl'I1aad Academy Tuesday night In Hollywood M. L Water of lloinwtead and Boys 4.11 Club
to the An-Stan her*. Blah i' 14 1Iopening Bowling tingut, tII.Rlf1blen . The Growers mart! a alow Mr, and Mrs, W S.' Durk of To Have Wiener Roast .i iA
paced dke victor with M point' defeated the Tuber, start and trailed 12-tl at the Aahevllle, N. C. who flnhed In
start of the final quarter In adesperate Cteamboat; Crtrk with live wimp wiener roast was planned for :
CAGE rtAYCas SOUGHT 3tel. made high In11v4aal rally, they pulled aheadto report a good 1 catch of mangrove this afternoon by liedland Doy L.
Hughes
John clinch the tarn by seven lAd mutton anaPPJr. 4-11 Club last Friday Present alFrld. r
till enroll the I I and Sandy Bonatoo
Player for game
may '
points :Th one good\ flahlnc d., last .)" 1ftMI1I\I were Bill Turner \
District Basketball League with mad the highest average BonnhoIctdi
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Turner,
weekend produced a UK of good preaktonU Henry
Bill McMichael at Quit Life Insurance In Individual tournament ,
LAW and I
and the Frill KuUke Joseph
the Key \
from
lit' with 10 win again! WANT ADS PAY reports
or with Bob Eastwood fob January [
Coot Bay area. If and when the Mrs. W. It Turner, leader.
104. 8. Krome. fife loaaea. '. J I
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.t let Chickens Direct from Farm r


: : FRYERS wttssr:'' 39c lb. ,
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: : ',.. .' ''j'' Card of Thanks LIlW1)re) and 'S9C tills i
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1 t n n' 1 i sincerely appreciate the generous II All<<) Baking Hens 1

i t , ', vote by which I was elected to the Whtlraal ratea I* relallen f

"' I', Homestead City Council. will work
,I : I with nw fellow members of the council TampThis Florida West Coast city .ta new Feb. II with might parade lnAk.,CII",T.....a%
. 1 9 Oft .. Her aj. *..- .!
Latin qaarter, e*
1 ,to give a good business-like administration putting the anal teaches on IU plans fer the Miler InvailoB dayti reads pkttm a"....... Pyne Poultry :FarmLonjpicw
.-; : of) ,, our municipal affairs. '.! annual Caaptrllla Pirate Veatlval whkh **TM rraph *t the ahlp taterlng the BUkbortmliRiver
I .with the "InTMlon"! of the city.ad the|tiaai hal and tbe posting of the aunecider daouutdon
tlrect parade Feb 1 The Ftatlnl fans tbr. .*)gh Ut City UaU door.
tel.. 2 Allies South Howry
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Conservatory Presents Young at the conservatory, Miss )SO for the new '4-11 camp and! rhone IBLW
: HOWARD L. JOHNSON I Tarman returned there to leachafter Aull- -
Ardel I'trman in Recital graduation last June from' tent for the County club'a own Agent treasury Archie, Me -- -

the Eastman School of Music In Jr
Mint Ardel Parmao, Homestead Rochester, N. YHomeslcad Intyr stated In a financial reportto
pianist" will be presented by the the club Tuesday at a meeting
I Miami Conservatory at 8:30 this 4-II hays held In Nrva King Cooler| School c it'. 100MIIR; "I
evening In the main studio at I Poultry! 'Judslna/ was dl"ru".d
1800 nincayn blvd. Mlaa Penmen, Earn Fifty Dollar by the lender, E. A. little, and the It'* lITTIiIf
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b 11 I members preaent. Newest
daughter of Mr. end lire.C. J.
IlomesteiKi Hoys' 4-II Club hat
II mrmlMTt are Paul Showaller and far M.r. CANt'INIENTTote
Parman of Homestead, la a member ,
I In the pad three months earned Thomas Baron
I, of the conservatory faculty.A a
former student of Mr*. Nina WI..lw.Aur.I''.. ... .
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ROOFING ALL TYPES "
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SAGRDCOOKIPIG
1l No jolts too large or too nmall.Repairn. .

Modern\ equipment.

Insured and approved.For TOP +

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contact rail lirnokcr'i (C2 or 813 1

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'. -and ti nly Chevrolet-brln,you .K these.mojor' odyantogM at lowttf'co -

'. ," .lEW STYLE-STAR BODIES BY FISHER .NEWTWO-TONE' FISHER INTERIORS 1949 Was Our IIKEST YEAI -. __ Ii

t v CENTER-POINT STEERING CURVED WINDSHIELD' PANORAMIC ,

; & .... 11111 .AS, RANGE f'
.1 VISIBILITY BIGGEST OF ALL LOWf RICED CARS IA-ICONOMICAL

, J ,1 TO OWN-OPERATE-MAINTAIN,, .. PROVED CEftTMAFt HYDRAULIC BRAKES .. -r ID Rural Tekpktne Expaitriw

I ," I, Easy paymentsSpeciall r

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': pk see wd lrin='Ithl._ -> during any otter year inTh
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; .\ AUTOMAtIC iRAtaMilIlOllr ; I . ,
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r ' 0PftCIItAi 0.. II lead atop.at .. S , 17,000 poles we erected to extend: rural telephone Model 9-1302EJ Roper Gas Ranje
was eon '
service was record number, too. So wu tfc.

r' '. \' 1e 01,000 miles of wire placed: In tcryice. Setting theM 167.00 If
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I new record required record expenditure of ..U> : .
CompJettl' Installed :
000,000 for new rural fccilitict fer tie year (*J t

Regular Price $201.50
Strring tie rural area of die South \11 one of our t '
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I biggest jobs, and we're asking record profrcM.lt'.
tan deewe an Srybane
D. lw d Doa s.dw 1 good telephone genrice, too-backed bjr nearly tit..... 1 I

quarter of a century' experience, plug the team Gas-Oil Products fac.JtXMiil.il

'work of the Bell Telephone Laboratories and th* ,

",'Veitera Electric Company in dcrelofinf new....aL. 'Ii. ?: ; wr! e' ,
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-, r ,410 ead"eq..i-t tte aMdu sqli..eeill )jatta'." _i.'/S I'5 ROL BOTrLltGJW, ,: \. 'f.
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TheLeader4Werprioe .
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(C4 K4 .*> Fag Tw) w deWs plies asesp.slIl. torSMY FROM OUR MAIL BOX err, ft. KFacaM. and Jac! Barnes HatauntAt

barter M a etch to Mary tatarAajeaf ,..... tart*, Barn** Bob Morgan and DM Jan S sjafjHni. gwaiapeaker
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20 Years Ago eelissal w gawnW tfss ....... CkaHar ana air. a( tk* *MbWM lbss alth wire appointed to waa Salty Malllntnewspaper

PuLdd b NN ... ; ,..*.,. Newt a ...>. H. Ollln.IIIIIIIDIIIIIIIUDlrIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIUDIlUlIHIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIUUIIRI elect location for the. matallaUan oahimaial! \ adoolnmautut. n>U

aBeamaBshitiaajl* of the A. --. Landau carne Dr. dtaiMr deist Adair Turner Mallant Beit*

" tE-: .......Ss-- Y'IIItfHIJrmrl-..k.oae. era.s a d.a.j a.d.w-.d HaeMBtead IMwy CK. Ar brtttad ".... t. c.an.e. WBL >X. OMW*. AN APPROPRIATE POEM PacetU awl Carl E. Weigal. will out bo, the pcasperlty. of Florid*
/.y .v seam eve "
n./ re YL.e.. e.e m. .. U>4 Subtropical Experiment E. Z. Crow" Cha T. J\Ic.ohI. mane on till entertainment commute and particularly\ that of Sat

er M..a.d I..Ar,. Ladd Jr.K Station for DM cUMishmnt of I Jr'. UMont Draw*. CM T.lI.rpere. Editor. UaoMr-Enterpriar! ; Th Sun of truth to radiance *. Final plans\ for the mitallaUon Florida, U dependant an fannmwn

sees....n..mrd.e1 an.ed.......-"-...1M1.Nb .stet.a.bd .. which the dub u a whole pledged : Jaha & Nuns. Ir.". I am enclosing a poem which flow will be mad* .t the Jan .viilion of -Its wild lit' A<|

'i' : ..:.c.A=L -. ., ..... It* support lAd awrober like I Bert Jeffrey, Lth.... & E. La to ma la very lovely It was sent All ihadowlM. and bright II. meeting in Slltt and Amv. nuturil IraOUn'ea.FORGET.

' : .AalNd uai Frisk Bu. Luther Chandler and I ........ I D. Redd, Ertieat P. to me by Mr T D. Plea and Undimmed by. any daud of earth

ae.asalra flmfIIJIl} RIIRllIUU LaMonl draw did yoemaa work I Roberti, R. B. SchaUem*, Dr. Mr.. CatharkM Plckard close Undarkeoad by its night

BAIT rcutu.avsanir .1OIf M Individual Tb lUU finally Smith, Frank L. Skill Gordon friends of my mother Mr*. .Julia
: = TreMnc *f mind and quick I etabliahed the elation a* I breach Tnompaon, Everett Tracy*, and Polk who died Dee M. An4 she ha grown line JII1er-1 I

..,-.Id probably lived the llf* :of the University of Florida Aide Julian H. Webater. ('Daceaaad.'Moved I Anna Polk Foulk. day,
If\ of Charles Ewing . after be cultural Experiment Station la "' away) And abell. 1 be growing ttHI; I DON'T !
: gAtrreI. The follow:: The bond at time and sense and
PrealdenU,.la the order In which poem
PM MM>I . IImI 1 M- had been struck In the leg by a IMOThe
'1.11 I IMUM : ..A rattleanak. \ at the Ewing Dairy I Homestead municipal diamond they served were: Webater.! space
t.t"
, : 0--. d D.dr s .... tills. SINCE YESTERDAY That irked th*eager will I
l1M.ass//npls. Farm . After killing the make ball park was created and Harris", Smith Cameron, Luther I .
I and slashing the wound. Charle the drat lm outfitted under U Chandler I : Frank B. Rue*, Jack Where ha tile gone sins yeatorday Were dropped like hackle. from

hitch-hiked to town wner. he the Rotary' club'l sponsorship. lackler",Roberli, Skill Fuchi. the Soul t to make yourcontribution
1! ..... M .s.us1 ear sl Archer Mid. For year the club Dr John B. Tower, Dr. Herbert And left u* aa lonely here? In that first upward flight
*tnwK wai given a serum Inoculation by
: ... +I*L rFetMNb M WMT* ee.... Him. :: Dr. John B. Tower."Leonard .. sponsored Homestead1 Boy Scout 8. Wol'.", J. It Brook. W. E. Tonight she. scans a* far away, The weary' body frets no more

ILM. .. and Girl Scout troop and care Rheney. W. M. FlfieW. Cha Who yerterev was near- The Spirit, freed and light
It arrived . to
1 Toy rtbutcd |M I year to each troop. H. Steffanl, Clarence Parman, No map of our on ae* or land O deer, familiar yesterday! to

aanim his duties a* head of the In accordance with Rotary policy.be Gee N Wall flelcl, Roy 8. Chand. That Journeying may trace. O aad and strange today

Flower Thought state experiment, ,, tatloo to be Mid, the club took part In all er, E. B. Blackburn, Ben Archer, We only know ah. *'* reached: her Yet who would call the glad lout i
built ber back the 1950
'movement for civic betterment Vm. J. Geronimo. Howard L. home I
/ By ,Ante Marfcew FttrtalrkkClow Tint Methodist Sunday School that did not Involve partisan pale Johnson, Thomas B. Royal, and And teen her filher' face To rouse the retting clay. I

} to the right of way I morn worker* presented a pen to Super. tics. Henry' R. PrWgen ('Deceased.'Moved Or who could wish that be might
C A. Field it council And oh. the know since yeiterdiy share. I
ing-glory grew Inlendent a In INI the Homettwd Rotary "' away) I
Free to vine and climb, bloom upper ." Hub sponsored the formation of Our morrow's toll and itrlfe. I!
And shell. be learning fait.The ; Who looted from Death and all March of Dimes
I east revert to wee "Eugene Robert,, IS, died . I Rotary club In P..o.. ... and of Earth are. cleared
j In a .....b' home were proud it bit Homestead home on Jin.T. the club U itlll going strong LIONS PRESENT mill Ita palm,,
i away. Hi entered Into Wa.
, orchid, too, In bloom . ," Archer uld For the local
year
(Continued from rage One) Th myrterle, are part; Anne Johnson Flint
to anticipatetheir . annual
Vita someone I Mr*. Funk Snyder will be club played host to an Instruments will provide a direct
ev'rjr sale of several hundred Campaign.F. .
motorcade
Inrtalled president of the American
ind continuous check on the vl ems py I Is the approximately BLOOD BANK
Miami who
Legion Anllill,, Mri. Wm Rotarian visitor In
;
jil efficiency of every pupil 11 t0 a month on the long-term,
and morning glorin-
Orchid tour of the
fragile purple bloom. I. Oeronlmo Fox., vlr tecretary-tmiurer-prsidenl; MksRuth ; made Redland a midwinter District's vegetable and veil *i a Kleotifie aid to *tcr. government financed loan. (Continued from Page On) E. Ct Fertilizer Co.
officer to be Inducted Include ,
tale the HUM of poor acholutle
The Utter have th* wider ---
toope section
and Mr. Ouul Joiner, chaplain fruit growing ichlevementA V -prnldenl Sylvester p- Adair, '

by far. "A ion, Sam, was born to Mr Archer told alto of humorourIncident explained by Dr Archer,the Secretary' Dwight E.
,
bleat th of aver, one
They eye In the club' and
hlitory
and Mr*. Jo. Torches of Florid 'eleblnoculir can be operated by Brooks Inc. Treasurer Howard W'rd1a"1
who pane by; that enlivened I
of practical Jokes .
1 .. ,"
Theodore
Th* orchid pleasure only thOM City on } the luncheon In the early yean 'rained lay personnel and whilet Directors

whoa" pet they are. The pupils of Mr, J. D. when Homestead was I cUo doe not reveal the tvp of Willard Barnes, Vernon W. Tur- I I

Redd'i music clan and Mill Thai- vtrual disturbance, It doe clearly

'; 1 ma Redd dramatics rut will be youngster Mrs. Adrian Jacob, club pi- lemonitrit l| and where. a vUualroblem .
I Attend) your church! the partoncrle presented In recital' .* > exlit The teleblnorular
I with /Uvee
inlet was preMnted
*. "Mr*. J W. EngUtit U visiting math punt a* I token of appreciation 'eating technique", he aald. "rep- Oldest Completely 50-lb. p
To church each fair on* god; cient, tn Important ad\.nce-
In Havana, Cub, at the home of for her service. The presentatlon -
The old 10 that to clot their Tent In the visual acreenlng of
her brother-in-law and drier, was made by Rotarlar Equipped Grove ICE BOXES I
ichool children the totally
eyes.Th. Mr. end Mr*. O Cornea ." Clarence Parman chairmen over
program
t young to .y* their clothe*" nadequate Snellen I letter chart
Mri.. T T. Bowen forh.. evening Souvenli Caretaker'F$01SI
"Mr and
Baptltt J>rftI. yitem for two primary reasons: 114.95Overseas:)
; returned gift were distributed to all th
hive from spending th*
t require the simultaneous andrfflrlent
." ladle preeent I
holldayl In Matter. Ca.
I use of the two eye te-
III Dreaalac
Bey -
"Mr. and Mr. Mix Lomer left A floor show by trouper from Bait &
: What motivates him fasterThan the South Miami Variety Club ether end the tests are made at
anything we've tried Monday for Cuba. Their'ton, t dlitant and a near point level 1
entertainment after the MAKtLLIIOME STYLE
Merely being aummoned by Paul I Ie returning to Riverside provided dinner '.kln, In Jo conilderatlon the ex. Tackle Shop BREAD

Anuther boy outside!- -Ex, Military ACld..n,." All charter member and pail 'comely I Important factor of the BOHZSTEAD. FLAAr'hes. Hi ib. loaf it* I

"Mri and Mr.' Lloyd Delta of presidents till living In the aw function of the ttudent'i eye at n.. f. Lame AT*. ._ Ed FaeetU SCRATCH IUD:

The bachelor cagey guy, Florid City are. parent of a ton Invited to be guests' of the lear point or book level This M 1 Ib. bag 1141 DLXO SHORTENING
. ." were wound consideration has been al- I Ib. tie I Iba., ,17
John Lloyd born Dec. 2( *
;
And hue lot of fun; club at IU allver anniversary : I some or ArrtirATioN I roe TAI 111 Ib. bag f4'IS
He ales all the cutlet up .Mr... C. E Butler was elected' Present, In addition to those who moat entirely neglected In previous Dean, ANN PAGE MA10NAISE

r, And never Mr.*, one-Ex. noble grand of Liberty J Rebekih are. still member of the club acre.. methods 0'a..t\ telling. In Benson Electric Hu NoTlrl III f:1Ir.IIV re alit GIVItH eMl' pa. GROWING MASH I ex Jar ]*.

I Lodge. . Dr. Jame Archer Smith If A educational for Inirtltutloni"Fundi the purchaa of the sank.('-. -.-....1.."._. k.ldn nktekt r -T s rw...1erer,41. IS Ib. bag .. IL17IN I Ib. s... lit

Ij j An India refused the offer ofII "..n. Frank L. Skill wai hot. Cameron and Bert Jeffrey Aim : 1,5.'.. ._....... laseq. ties. ea.. Ib. bag -..- $1.58
of honored Mr Frn two costly initnimenta were appropriated HOTPOINT Ion. 1111. 1711. 1te1n.Isle. 7N JACK SPRAT SLICED
I Job.'While man Invented work lei at th Christmas party the luetta were .
the club from he rud'tha t n .
by Mi and mi tart **r rk
I!I -let him keep It."-ta.oj Rain or Shin Club. a Rue, Mr*. C. T. Harper and APPLIANCES A.k D. HIT, W. KM MM .....11.... I. LATINO MASH B.U'ONU
orollt of iponaorlng a circus lad I ..,.... sad kM MM ailNolu. for Ib. bag till 1 Ib. . __. _.Jt*
,.Ii/ -- -- winter Another performance ol' u' dwd Ie ... _. I. ..ee.raas IM Ib. bag _. II71
-
: the circus will be iponaored by ; FrtMciem. Fa. 44S rata. .i.,.. d.ethd i.a aunaw-"" ,,.bra.......1M lal l>e>h Dreeaed and Drat

the club on Feb. I. I l.*. lntir, Blew d Florida, U-wttl DAILY DOG !MEAL GEORGIA tKYERS:
r II I RI4 .e Tnrt M, But, of Ptat Bart 8 Ib. bag __ _ ?..Ue Ilk Ib.
t. Pe. If. BMIMI II. T.w.Ala, NMMh
i ..... N r ... set.lst.e a

. Card of Thanks $10 MONTH Caall ......_tle cop-,,-, Maui- w r....Mad.... _......Ad... '
CsIfI. N... Tho Food
100 051. nm..M A
Store
(Continued from, Page One) .1 rl ,.eny is,. sets &l
e.
sf.kr
Wy: ,.._ w ,- a .) t
: 'd "ot'\. r4.Jeggyf geW. ''' feel Int* which a person ran rtep, M& .td .r Nws. -
Ant., it. nets .
* : with a correspondingly roomy KARKOTETJNDEtBODT I lad II: aiark I. Vlr t.l. a..*.... k 375 South Krone Are. t Homestead
.ftorig cupboard overhead. *.* PIM H.k II. fw u, Mud
i I sincerely wish to thank who supported and .
/? everyone Th 11-by.tl'foot bedroom lies .M.Mod rvr c.I. c.axk.ir auto. II.r P'/toriM.em Tho MAwurfa

1 voted for me in my election to the City Council. I closet 2-by-t and onethirdfeet I, sets-. .....,...d..sell I.4-a. Ie-1M hew iAs .
with overhead itortg cupboard .., Pd 11I_
In the hallway. are. three PROTECTION 1.. s. il.i. e. AM*. I.
.t will strive t to serve the people of Homestead to the linen end utility closets. with.. I HI...... nor PIM i.e II. P..
.
It Mud to K t* Cwmtr BUUMVr .f
overhead cupboardi, ranging from I .,..... __ .M Gnak.I.N. Phone 615Rfor
bust of my ability. m-by'l feet to Ibyfeet' .. ..... ''tIoa ....sees oof rl. r
Underbody .
Stops I amen, Ik* MM muHlrat
bathroom li tiled The ... .
The k..d 11* the *'"( a., -
twl 11 h. can r.. ra S-IM *..
94-bylm-foot kltth.n..elIMtt.I. Rot '
Rust Rtttle and 4.. .....,. d.dd: ear M4-4I1. BnrkIII. r
I furnished with a Norge refrigerator ,. Onl BIHw llMllnB P>rtTM.

and a four-burner 'electric I .,.: m I.*'t>Pled* Cses Met: ,al. rn*.<* :; '
*
;:; H. L. BRANDENBURG JR. range. The living room I* It.b,- Applied under .hood, fender*. ......... wM.md I. anek.aNw Complete Flooring Service
It feel A cement walk lead from apt Tk.ww.N d MM>fMMy
floor and chanl, Keep new I Ic.rt IMW tk* ... MrUftMl* wad
the covered front stoop to the
*M I* UN MM* *T 0.L DdMrtrM
new and old ear young. I
front il
street through a generoui
\. yard that ha been added withgrata. Order your Ktrkot Job I let.II Cool.IMI Ge.MH...rw KMK M lUrHn sell Bl r,..kIII tTo I And Formica Cabinet Tops

now I *..*. Flu Book II. rw
AU mlndom.. In the house hv II Mud I* lIMe Celt.". BUI
...
I nrt> M ***mM I. C.nll.
Venetian glass ,Jilouilei, the upper M.. KM. TW ..n.N .4 ..
halt of clear glom. and the lower pneert, W4r m* MM _If"-)"j
Mad in. hi Ik ss..0 On**
i half of opaque. DdMoIy N ..1.LNL .. CAMBER FLOORING
V Texaco One-Stop H a II. Slot. !.. ...hOran.
Barber to build 100 of
I plan .......,... c- .__ '"t ten..N .
the CBS house In various parts rut Bo.. t. rn M.
I of Ilomeitead. Station ...,... III lIMe C..',. ..... ..
........ r _...... M CMUbt.Nw "
I One hundred per rent financedby 17/L 'tIoa' sa..rt .1 .1 Homestead Fla.

the Veteran Adminiitratlon, ,10 ": .. .
"Uto-
rid ..:1. aM e.: d :
the houae may be bought by any E. B. DONE: SON' I Lat 14. Klok 54. K.H. a nritlCw .
veteran of World War It with I *. _Wn .( CMMM a... I
Baata. PIN BMk t Pw- M. Mid torw I
Av
1 good credit rating ty Barber N. Lame < Ceto. *m*W Plort' *., M M.
AU the veteran need to start the Fad to CwUflraU H*. ITU. TWmumint I

i ball rolling I* "* flve-doUir bill",I : *mlUrkj rf MM IMM4 fnr...tr to ads... MMtf tk.MM I Let Us Supply Your
Brand New FormulaLONGERLASTING the contractor declared. Ause C* \
.
.
"The Ore dollar will defray TIM* .1* Mlrad trcraM* U 4
.
rat a.k f. SaksP1. I
the cat of a credit report on the I T..kt N sent. 5. .. ePas.

prospective buyer, and of picture. Benson Electric Services I.. ': ..:-D.T .sew C: .w":'"..M.ad I

ofh.* houM". laid Barber. "A Ti-sd..eb.rd M cean.rb I Lawn and Garden Needs
M un. TW ..e.N .' sets I
deposit of 1100 at earnest moneyU Radios & Refrigerators .4w 1M iilMiMf MM _.. ,
but this binder will .
required, -shwa. dJ. C.
t FERTILIZER be returned to the buyer when FrbM4ea, FM MI .........
,.... ... HtoMl. & ..*.. IM C* \ '
the deal U deed and all paper *.k. PM B.* t Pw .. *..M II.
From all the vet- ::: I Ti kk M Mk. UM M '
signet then 11ft. > Power \ I
.
.NM t A. a- :e 1 Mowers.
d .
Few/ 0.4. Ca.V. Nor 11

I II =-..".-..beed......:d HMIs see aeeadr,. Nt I Lawn \

4 Results of tests carried on by the experiment station I ado lA.w .w eJ '..nul.a A.each.kseN.. Jr.4d aF Mowers ;i
ofCITRUS i
All Varieties 1. :. s. = P1N .f e.1PM I '
and crowers In the Redlands indicate how we can b.c H '1. r... II. F..ueh Lawn SprinklersGarden :
CwW. ..- .. r1.W. r '
months. t.4 lot Cetsew ..., _.
fertilize more effectively during wet summer Tho.W P..eory ..MIM ,
sets _1'- Mud h 1M Hose
This company has worked out a formula which will MM> *fU PM ,..
i > ... M, rtartm CM* PIIIII.BM. ,

last longer in bearing groves, summer or winter. It U a to ear. PM OMM IMM*. But t. Pw rf tl rvrtto.Mad M I Grass Shears!

en- .to Ou'irk' *!* ,... ... TW '
a combination' where cyanamid plays a very Important d wend en/w 1"". B
.a .n0k.h t 4 .s. M w

1 part. We will be happy to discuss with you this for a.r r.rIas.P'5alPl.ld.r'it d w.. Gee.. 1 i Hedge Shears .

Pea.. a auk. PM n.s t PM. t/.
t mula for use In your lime or avocado grove. Trees f to 3 tllllb kM..Ned Mal to err C. to M>CMtlflrM. Bui rf*PVv IM.ntl ,,! Garden '

TW an-en" d sets Rakes'I
M. 4d -- tad I

2.50 1"i'.hw I';":. -t.-.::.Arra.1 I. A.ad.dph Grass Brooms

$ I d w__ Pik. ..... ,
rw nab s. ..... I" seed III .-
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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. - r ...... +Ma1 '
h cavlr. Nw Teas. Tyr
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a.N d sets Mead, rM I
V I.i .Whey Fad Y. cased ,,
I. .... M.. a.MLUir I
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Manufacturer of teal ..rd5. se ho. n.a dad ..YW LUMBirVGOHIADWAU
DOLL NURSERIES I
aloe.n. M* |Mk M. f Je.ay.a

"Redland Brand Fertilizers" i hMM IMI ink sty d Pin-. a. n,1v 1 IUItO No HAT ft A ,
Id ., Wishing Weil IMs.
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Phone 16 Henry RPridgcn.. Mgr. Homestead. Fla. I Phone 571-XvI .-.. ra.- .I
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.... e.4 ..... 07 .WP,. JIll, 4PWft BkflBMB KBBBBBBI aaUl Mai Mrs ... ..... IL a abAi111as. .Baft loaf .laaaaflataM ...... .... ......,MM *IIHT8RrR_ FtMey. Jtn. IS, ...... i.
... Mw tahirail tits XtX. lend to tar. km.. ta JCtt4jafter *, II Oaanra., Qa, at* rasa *.pa of Mr. Md .....
IIIt6I eRr .ner spell ig Meeaaaet a gaay .t seveval weeh.da. ttusaN ., M*. ai Ura. AJ.. BVMgaffMr.. Tip .
... .. .. ,... ,= ***) Mr. MM HIV Iftwrty btykhntiof Hr C (' Wharten, of Oraaa '
III ... 0MMte, rest Nerve.alglduesa ay of aoyaaAla al fc aria II a reel" Mper. attepekpM
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and Jtround c:.. sIatiNS at Home... Arslp LJaweei, Ul,km bees "vMttag. I wood 8. c. tea i home BAM* of I
he.;;Y week area Air Field a* a asajor during fMwar. her at th* haws of ....... tor) U bar brother-m-1*w md ...... .
Mr. and Mr*. H. W. Colaaiaii itLjron Mr. and ..... Ray J. HMMMt *f Mr*. WaMar. Maw will he raBHMi Marti Mr end Mr T 8. Ouptoy. .
Mia. are haw Wes.a tt Mwro.te., O. ... 9ntn tnmfMMi .:.- .__
; Homestead their _-..-l w md daugher, Aflctef flMlk HaMttltel/
''j) Mr. and Mr. .. Wm. jon*. Mr. Hen lw a wtotar vMt aeMi whsn. she. uad.rwaM w,1a liar-
br4h U W. C **** y....* end.! 1ara We-
Oolemaa I
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Coleman local for the Seaboard dew and Mice AWN BeaW tall MrFMr.
agent -
railroad.Mr. of Mftdawaaka., M.. and Mr.*. fey Tip*** and
Car Painted
CpL Htrry U Oonyen of the Mr. and Mr & Melbye of Any
... nee to* Jr.. and Mn. Hall,
aranjr of ocoupktlon in Japan U North Carolina hive moved Into Robert a Myer. hM arrived
pending furlough In Princeton I their new ranch style home at and Mr Kermit Olbb anddaughters from Chattanooga to spend a vacation ...........NY'-......N......... ;
at the horn of hi* grandmother, Ml N. VI. Mad *t A carpenter Unda and PiU-tci. hers.Amoy I
Mr AUIana Trtnum. CpL Con now, Mr. Melby traveled aU over have returned from a holiday visit. 1 JAMES ARCHER surriiIIOSriTAL
yen has r- nUtod for a frvo- the world during IT yean of employment la Key Weal with Mra. Cibb viator. to itameetead NEWS .

? yew term for return to Jipin. at a ship engineer.. parent.. They Mr. and were Mr*accompaniedhome peter M tcovitch. > this week mere Frank Stanley of ....................NNN.......- 16-month Guarantee.
During the holiday, four genera.Uon While building their new home.Mr. Washington, a C, and J. H.
were, present for a family and Mr*. Melbye occupied by Mr* Olbb1 brother, ...- Daniel of North DtkeU. Mirth '
gathering at the home of Mr*. one of the Cronwall cottage on. ter-ln-liw and niece, Mr. and To Mr. and! Mr Wm. tltifTmaa. '
Trinum. They Included Mr*. Tri- Btacayn dr. Jack Matcovltch and their three- Hero to firm this sawn ar of ltomad I a man on Jan RTo !
mum; her mother, Mr* J, D. Trit month-old daughter Carol Anna, Fred RUird of OUo, Mum. ,and Mr. and Mra. Cott Keith ofIriamorada $29-95 ,<: ,
\ mum; her daughter, Mr.*. K. UJackeon Mr M. A- Logan ha been returned who underwent surgery |last week Richard Wopcll and L. J. tUo ' a daughter on J.... ,
of Clearwater; and her home from Victoria .1.< .> In Jam Archer Smith Kotpltal. pelle of Awl Minn. T4. Mr. and Mrs TOM.\ Hayburaof ,
grandson.,, Cpl. Conycr pltal where she underwent treat' Mr. and Mr Peter Mitcovltch llameateed. a ant on J.... 8.
ment.\ cam here for the week-end. Mr. and M Ira E. Harris hv. To Mr. and Mrs C. H. Weeks
The Rev, and Mr* John H.Whltt returned to their horn In Spar- of homestead, a eon on '. 1.
attended an evangelistic George and Jim Heldt have ar- Mr. and Mr* C. J. Merren of tanburg, S. C, after a vial here To'Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Caves h
convention In Jacksonville this rived from Lou Angeles to spend Homestead pent the week-end In it the home of Mr. and Mrrp- of homestead a daughter on Jan.
week. the season here Tampa with Mr. Merren'i brother ter C. Dents of Richard rd. This ..
K- E. Merren, who wu' on they U UK tint visit her of Mr. and To Mr. and Mrs Billie HwwWy Plastic Seat Covers .
Mr E. L. Lawrence U a brgery I>Mr. and Mr*.Arba Peterson and "* from Mena, Ark, to Grand Mra. llarrli who plan to return to of Homestead, a diughtor on Jan. :i
;. patient In Victoria: Hospital children, Phil and Norman and Cayman, D.W J. purchase acreige. ..
ill N1amI. Nel* Peteron have returned to I I- To Mr. and Mr. Flemoy Lott of
their"home In Oregon,Wi*,after Frank M. Kent left by plane i Dr. Louie W, Br U of Lyons Homestead,a daughter on Jan ID. Tailored to fit any car.
Mr. and )Ira. Paul Z. Camp left a visit at the home of Mr. and Friday for a ftree-week business I, Ill visited in Homestead this To Mr. and Mr H. H. tlawett, ,
yesterday for their home In Wash- Mr. Walter Petenon of Gould trip to Cedar Rapids, U. Holiday of Homestead a daughter on Jin. .. .
: ington. D. C, after pending a Arb Peterson I I. a brother and bout guests at the Kent home, 10. r
month here with their Nell Peterson, the father, of Walter Mr. and Mr* Wm. Owens and week.H.E.ARNAUD rUnUSurcery .
Mr* Cha W. Camp of Pe raon. Mr. and Mr* Roy nephew, John Schafer returned -Mrs. Jesse Goodrichof I \I
mOUlOr'j Wednesday to their home In $29.95
Pew and Mr. and Mr* Den Couldi, Mr Landon Carnoy
Mr. and Mra. A. C Pear and children, Kay and Ricky Cleveland aMiss of Homestead and Jot..... VlritnlaKnowle ..
of Columbian. Mo, are visiting I also have returned to Oregon I* 8. & ._ Ave.WATCHMAKER of ItUmondai, medial
relative hen 'after a vUit at the Peterson home. Mary Belle. Glbbi of MIami Mn Anna C. Miller' Wm. Kwon I 1.
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and Mr Tom Henry Nottingham Watch Clock and Mr Alice Shepherd of Aladdin e Estimates cheerfully giveno
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and Concrete Products Peiuacola to witness the presentation -
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R4 leek Pea Reek naval academy at Annipoli
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I . . Social Events in South bade >" Aa a wipes fw ...... Mm Bi r 'IN-. RECMMHMMGK 11....> I
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Tower on bee birthday innhrer j /AtTOARY WWGRAtt OfMlISfC tLtI) '

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: soil Friday at the Tow 'horn al '
Th stortt cI tIIit.*...*, 'Iraoanand ... tend for dfcoraUon-Of!Ifwgou. .r
t CADET-THOMPSON WEDDING SOLEMNIZEDON A tewaifeeM' On Amerlftn Air DRIDAL SHOWER HONORS\ S fiBYAIOUR! 44 N. Kr f>e av*. OrigiheterM ;of) ''Pa g I *r Md -- BOM nde. candy Ad
I Una. this 'brid* wi irMuated I / birthday Miryetee was Ma lap from 11m'meld* up th*. pumpkin'pi* topped with whipped
FRIDAY IN CORAL GABLES CHUHCHMlM from Kitberlne\; Olbb School of FIANCEE OF CIIAIU.8] GLENN DICKINSON1 Robert S. MCLemy of Mlaml.J; qgrasn of Monday Music Club I cream' were served with cadre

Pwvldctpcf, Jt: I., and from lo. daughter of MIL Tower, who wee enertained Aide wide h1 flip beaMree, Mrs JUUMMon
Bar matron of honor tfelWMfty of Miami where aba I .V 4b* horse of MIL Howard, L.oIoau M... Tuner lOw*Ctea H Stef-
Lorratna Thompson, wore a A bridal shower for. Mfr. lo Lou Camera and Mia Rue ary helped her mother birthday
.. seas a insular of Kappa Kappa thhc.e serve at MM M. Krone av. fan) and Mi*. W. K. Walton.
daughter. of Mr. end Mrs A. B. aiutf of sbtU-pla. ertrlch .thWI Ann Seymour, ot Pt DicMnson In th I' serving of horn .
cake and arapeuiosMrs. ) Mn. .J. R. RuUand preaentod "La
among which war entwined Wan'sorority CharU Glenn Urkinann, wee mad cookies, ice cream and soft I
Thompson ot Goulds and Graftal, Tower and bisib -.' and Mrs. Vernon W. Tur- BENEFIT l MANNED
spray of blue delphinium.Mrs. The bridegroom hold an ecutrV held Tuesday avealng *4 Itt* horn drinks. her eel, UITU.
N. Di beams tht brld of Charles Thompaon, mother of the position with Jarkson-Por- of Mrs Wm: F. Dickinson at 12 1 the late Dr. Tower, am,' laiN *"? "PqUaoe&" FOE CllUa<..1 GAMES COURT

Cadey ef Newark N. Y, son of bride. was gowned In cafe an kins ROM Orowen of Newark. N W. llth.at'RMei! and bowl Present, beside these men tram Topeka, K.n.. 'In 1 IO.Mr 1 Arrangement of olnsettla* Plan for a spaghetti upper.to
ttoned Mrs Cba M.
Harris
Mr. and Nfl Georg Cede oft lilt crepe with which she won Mr. and Mrs Franct Dolan of of tweet pea wen died for doc- Mra.were help finance a rweaMon court at
Oebhardt
Henry Mra.
Grind Rapid Mich. at 4 o'clock I broas oocMKirle and Coral Gable entertained th* oration 01'/ Silver Palm Methodist Church
a corsageof thl living room and John Kanys, 101.... Ltoyd Cash/ MRS\ J. I E. CAMPBELL NAMED CHAIRMANOF
Friday afternoon in Coral Gable orchids The bridegroom'smother bridal party at a rehearsal dinner 1 dining room. I were made by the young adult
Mrs. Howard Real Mra
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In Riviera Country Club SOUTH IAIE DEMONSTRATION CLUBS department at meeting Monday
Presbyterian Church Mrs.. Cadet won a on Prtie, in the bridal e ntet Dickinson and MlM Alien Oriom a
The. ring ceremony wu read by aoooa-tan lure I gown, matching Wednesday' evening of last week. ever won by M..... Ernest B. Fran-* Cilia wen sent by Mn. Clan.Stead. night at the home of Mr. and

Dr. N.vln It SchHf, pastor bee aecaaaarie and an orchid coraag Sorority sitter of the bride ell and Mn. Tommy Kay. The Mra C. F. Waldron ...... *. J. t CampbeU (If Princeton Achievement Day. Mrs.. Witten. Mrs.. tfeneaton River
lore the chancel which wu dee- wen guest at a luncheon given It was reported that the Red
Out-of-town guests Included guests' gift were placed on card Oerritt lloldrum Mra. Den F. was .mad chairman of the wyler will serve on the program
orated with' potted palm end tall by Mrs. Tracey at the horn ef won in I recent attendance _
Mr. and Mrs. H. Halvoraon of table* for opening the bride- committee. and 101,.. Crawford
by Mra. ; Mra ,
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King Dorothy Posey southern division at on
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test with
standards of white gladioli endchIpanUemumL her parent Mr. and Mrs. D. P. meetingof the Blue, and will l be
Forest River, N. D., and Mr. and to-be. A. Q Longworth Miss Judy Mc- the planning committee.
IlluminationWM Blake, Jr, of Southerner on Colonial the Dad County Council 61 given a chicken supper on Jan.
Mr*. R. Hailing of Fargo N. D. Mn Dickinson was assisted by Garrah and Misse Barbara and
the beat all-around
Judged
SS the Bluer;
provided by whit cathedral rd. Potted palm and white by Mr. and Mrs.Howard .
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Home Demonstration Clubs Jan5
After th* ceremony, 10 guest I MlM Helen Revell, Mir Verna Mae Seymour clubs
the
in order aimed
t topers In whit candelabra gladioli wen used for decoration / were Crouae wen Red cap
attended a reception for the bridal In the Hlaleah city halt President LltUe River, Citrus Grove and tins and Mr. and Mrs.
j Baton the ceremony, Sylvester. of the room The centerpiece of Warren
J. Birtell of Perrin (an| "You:' couple! at the home of Mr. ..ndMre. he luncheon table wee a figurine: I PLANS FOR SPRING WEDDING) TOLD of the Princeton Horn Dem Htaltih. Plan wen melt for the Wood Blue captains.Entertainment .'
Weston ot 410
James W.
Are My Song of Cov*" and I bridal couple In a white and I onitratlon Club Mrs. Campbell council to have a booth at the I was provided, by
Alhambra Circle. Coral Gable! BY MARGIE PYE AND JAMES\ McCOYMr. will have under her supervision annual Metropolitan flower Showto the
"'D I treon ..tun,. Present beside the: showing of a film Life with
;= The room wore Illuminated by, the clubs at Princeton Homestead be held Mar. 17-2q In the Oln- Baby".
bride I wee gl.*n. an marriage Mnore and the hostess were:
r by her father and attendedby whit arrangement candles and of white decorated chrysanthemum with- Mrs.. Wilier Cunningham of Coral and Mrs. S. F. rye of 001 A native of home tend, Miss ,Hedland Kendall and South net Key auditorium. Cake and Ice cream were served:

Mr*. Arthur J. Tracey of South and Cables Mr. John Wagner .f: W Mowry it. ar* announcing the Pye attended Homestead high Miami
Allipattah Oardeni, matron fJf rose Dallas, Tex, Mrs, Dorothy Dir- engagement of their daughter/ School where she was ao active Mr. Roy X. Wiltenwyler and I FRIENDSHIP CLUn HEARS RUTH S. AU.EN- I
honor. J. Logan Anderson of Mrt. Wilier Peterson ef Gould doch of Indlanapolli, Mn. Alma ,. Margie, to James McCoy, son at participant In sports Mr. McCoy, Mra. E. C. Crawford iflf the
Newark was belt man, and served the wedding cake and Jan SwarUenbek of Coconut Mr. and Mra. S. McCoy of Mo- who attended Redland High Princeton group were aimed t* COLLECTS CLOTHING FOR; NEEDY PUPILS.

Arthur J. Tracey and T. Howard Mrs. W. K Walton of homestead Grove Mra. U. M. Gray, III *f delta The wedding will be held School, |I. associated with his committee! for the annual spring I
Ttuth
poured tea. Aatlitlng In etrvlng Stuart Allen, wom.n'ltlUb Raymond Grecr, Mrs. David Col-
Thompaon of Grafton and Home Miami Shores, Mn. James Anderson In the iprlng. father In the plumbing" business/
was Mn. T. Howard Thompion editor ef the Miami Herald burn, Mrf John J. Hooker M....
stead were uihera.. and Mra. A. Louis Brown ., MR.\ AND MRA. THOMPSON
I of Homestead and Orafton. : [told the Redland Friendship Clubof L. S. Ilaynes, Mrs Louis Punch
bride In South Miami Mrs..
The wee lovely a town Thompson,
i HONOR HOUSE GUESTS
of white net and silver lace fash- For their honeymoon trip by Mrs. Blab and Miss Virginia ; MRS. EVERETT DOUHERLEY IS INSTALLED) I the BOO clubs In the county and Mrs. J. .K. Farmer, a new

toned with sweetheart neckline, plane to Bermuda and New York Allen of Miami Beach. NOBLE GRAND OF LOCAL RKIJEKAH LODGE( ) Mr. and Mrs A. B. Thompson and their more interesting. proj- member.
eels at a meeting Monday
fitted bodice and bouffant floor. the bride won a .plce- lored I Mr. and Mrs. Blabs wens hats of Grafton N. D.. and Goulds nightat
length skirt which extended Into gabardine suit with white acen- at a dinner for the bridal coupleat entertained at dinner Monday In the hoop ot Mrs. G R. Sunken ,
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a abort train. She won a cap of lories and I 'while orchid corsage. their home. Other precutwere Everett ikoulerlsy was In.' n"nuwn., Indde Ru ardlan Dixie Belle Inn In honor of their I Naranja.
of Feb. 1 the I. tailed l noble grand ;;; Liberty Mrs Jack house Mr. and Mrs. Ceo For the benefit of needy children
the allver Ian and a atrand After newlywed Mr. and Mra. Thompson, Zimmerman retiring guests I
pails.. and carried a colonial will be at boas* at 412 E. ave. doNewark Hr, and Mrs Tracey, Mr. aad Rebckah Lodge Monday evening noble grand, made Rifts to her Cadcy who left for their home la at Redland School members Reliable
bouquet of whit orchids.PROFICIENCY: . Mrs Weston and Mr. And.raon.I by Mr*. Selma Bens district officer, and was presented witha Cedar Rapids Mich, on Wednes planned for the club-aponsored
I deputy president and an installing pair of silver candlestick from day Girl Scout troop to collect and
I team from Little River Lodge. mend clothing for distribution
HrAUDREY f GRAFE WILL BECOME HRIDE)) DINNER TO RAIHE FUNDS the lodge. invited to the dinner were Mr.
through the ichool. Mn.. C. J.Turner .
j FOR II. IL S. LIBRARY i Supporting officers Inductedwere The assembly and banquet halls and Mrs.. Fronds! Dolan and Mr. Radio
'I 1 OF JAMES E. REID OF ANDKRON, S. C, A chicken dinner for benefit of : Mn. Ceo. H. Cairn vice- were decorated with cut flowers and Mra James Weston of CoralGablea Came li were leader flayed of the and troop.landwlthei Repairs
grand Mra.
: Laura ,
Hooper! recording
Party sandwiches, cockles and Mr and Mrs. D. P.
I the ichool will be ,
library aervedFeb. cookies, coffee and tea
Mr. and Mr Dick Graf of rUn I of IM. A graduate of An.derson . t by members of the Homestead -I Blanche Chapman serrrUry;financial Mrs. Anna secretary coffee and punch were served. Blake Jr, of Colonial rd. were icrved.Present :

South Alliptttah Oardeni are announcing I Boys High School the future P. T. A. Plans for the ; Mra. Harry Degler Ir.... beildea the
) the engagement of their bridegroom U employed by nor acre mad Wednesday din-I urer; Mra. E. S. Capllnger, muil- BAPTIST .MUSIC COM MITTEE GIVES ipeiker and the hottest, wen Hacked by I

daughter Awdrey Marguerite, to Anderson Mill. meeting of the executive clan; Mrs II. B Bnattle musician I M.... John Agnew, Mr. D. K.
James JCventl Raid, Ion of Mr. Mrs. Frank Bcrneckor warden:; I BANQUET FOR TW) CHOIRS OF CIIURCII Thompson, Mr.*. Walker Martin 15 years of experience, ,

I and Mrs. O. H. itoid el .Anderson RKDLAND CLUBWOMEN GIVE SUPPLIES I Mrs.. Dun Arrowood conductor; M..... A. W. Llndgren, Mm Jesse i
S. C No dale has been setter the Mrs.C. H. Sullivan. right support Member! of the senior and I The banquet was sponsored by Greer, Mn. Harmon Keen Mrs

I wedding. TO SCHOOL CLINIC AS HEALTH PROJECT er to the noble grand; Mrs.. Wm.llenn young people's choirs of First the music committee computed! of Your RCA Victor

The bride-to-be was graduated left supporter to th.'hoblf Ilnplixt Church were entertainedat I Mrs Bowan Mra. AI* Lanier, Mn. Dan William will be hot- Radio and Television
from" Redland High School In the Supplies for Hedlnnd School film "On the Other Sid of the grand; Mrs. John Lee, rliiht sup a banquet Friday evening In Mrs. J. R Rutland, Clyde Bod- teas to Circle One of First Meth.

a clinic will l be presented lo the Fence", and film slides\ on foods porter to the vice-grand' ; Mn the Lions Den. Approximately 45 den and Richird W. Fuchi, odlit Church W. S. C. 3. at 2:30 Dealer .
rum R'UL' .wAIt Mhoul by the Woman's Club of for better teeth will be shown Fred Llnke left supporter to the were present. Tuesday afternoon. at her bone

MRS. CHAR. ,,JCNTtKUNBMr : the Hedlanda at a program to be for pupils by Ch... Carother., vice-grand; Mra. Robert P. Marsh, W. H Rowe director of the c1111RC11'TO serve on the old Dixie Highway.

n 0\... Entarline international held at 11 o'clock: Tuesday mornIng Miami food chemist. flog bearer; Mrs. Dorothy Barker choirs, was mauler of ceremonies SPAGHETTI DINNERA Dodd Radio & Appliance
relations chairman of the In the school.\ Al part of the outside guardian; and Mrs. FrlU Mr. Rowe and Mrs. M. C. Law.* spaghetti dinner for benefitof Dinner .guests Saturday of Mr

) Date County Federation of Wo club'i project to promote better H, FLORIDA GARDENERSHEAR nines, choir accompanist, wen the ,school building fund of and Mr*. Herbert Evanoff were lit'''
men' Clubs, will be guest speaker health for the pupil lid club MRS.'IIEINLEIN LYNDA FAn IIIL8OV relented with gifts by Mrs. T. Sorted Heart Catholic Church Mr. and Mrs. Chris Klnchman' ofMaUwan t7 N. Krem rbone

i for th* Woman' Club of will" present the school with a Mrs. Herman tlelnleln I HAS RIRTIIDtV PARTY 'T. Bowen chairman of the church will be ervcd on Thursday In N. J., and their ion and

llomerteid Wednatdoy evening In rot eompkto with linen and gueit speaker for South Florida was Mrs. Fay Million of Gould entertained music committee, who made the the .clubhoua under aponannhlp daughter -- .
Hi* Hubhous on N. W 14th it blankets, a supply ef chlldran'i' Garden Club at Wed- In honor of the seventh jirenenlatlnns on brtmlf bt the of the Altar Society. The dinner
Mrs. Eiilerlln wUl be presentedby clothing, and 91)I to purchase cur In the a meeting birthday anniversary of her church. Gift from the choirs were will be served from 12 to 2 o'clock 4
netday center InlUdland
Mr. + A. F. Arthur club, totw tam materials and, pol.nt..tPr tb* Fs Nit and garden flpio Park daughter Lynda Faye on Sunday .,rellt'nled by Howard L John- and, from &to 8,30 o'clock.CLUB ... .. Visit .
national relation chairman. A'' 'dllnle room. Club members planto Coconut Palm dr. and Redland rd.on afternoon al the Illlwrn home in ton, a member of the senior choir r. t -.o i ? .
) musical proms i* pUnned. mill the WIlIlY and apply Gouldi. I Several election: wen sung POSTPONES TOUR
Club meinUr ar* Invited to the paint Member reported en their en. by a quartet composed of D. O Or EXPERIMENT STATIONMrs.
/ health\ trip for the Metropolitan MiamiFlower Moving picture were made of Davis Howard L Johnson Rich . M. "BABVLAMp"Infant
} I bring iut t* MM program. At tbs presentation a the honoree and the 47 V. Grenneil and Mill
Show to be held In the lie,. young- end W. Turbo and David Olun Kent, aulntant county agent,
present Lynda
presented a
: TESTS GIVEN OFFICERS spring Favor to each guest, spoke on canning methods( at the Shop and Photo Studio ,
FrC'drk-k..1
. MarlMHtFIL MI'S' 1C (' meeting Tuesday of the Homestead
Birthday cake and Ice
I, OF NAltANJACIIAI'TEIt OF EASTERN STARt RVFRSON! TO TEI.L CLVB cream MILL MICT Horn Demonstration Club
or ORCHID CULTURE were served. 19 8. Krem Are,BMnntrad Itionc, 161Children'
The MitcDbwcll: Muila In the Future Farmer clubhouse

Proficiency tests for officer of Norton Peter, Mr sod Mrs Edwin Daniel Ryerson Richard rd. MRS. KEEN IIOSTFK' :' will meet Saturday . The scheduled club tour of Subtropical -

Naunia Chapter of th. O. C.: .S. Vihlen, Mrs. Lydia Buyers. orchid grower and shipper, will TO BAniST CIROt 3 at the home of Mr and Mrs.1. I' Experiment Station was Wear (to 8 Years :

ff were conducted Sunday\ afternoonIn :Mrs.. Lydia Knox, Mrs.. Walter peak on orchid culture fur South Mra R. J. Keen was hostess to AI Llndxren of Llndxren postponed until I a later date.
th* chapter hall by Mr I Peterson and Mrs.. Chai. L. McCutney Dade Garden Club at I o'clock Circle Two of First Baptist W. M where Allnda Ann JJnJgrtn rd'j l j Cookies and orange( : .Juice were Shoes Toys Gifts and Accessories

Mibell Xamey, a past grand part worthy matron of : Monday night in the garden center S. on Jan. S at her home at lot be hostess to the group. nerved.HomesCooked.

matron. Mrs.. Ramey was accompanied ,Ad Astra Chapter of Homestead In Redland Fruit and Spice N. E. First ave After an informal
by Mrs, Florence Carter Mr and Mrs.. Ramey and Mrs. Park. Visitors are Invited. business session, cookie and I Year Baby' First rhototraph ComplimentaryWe

worthy grand matron of the I Carter wen entertained at dinner After a short bu.lnell.Ion, orange Juice were served to those Food Ales De
Grind Chapter ot Florid b.* Mr. and Mrs. Peterion. i refreshment will be aerved.
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Taking part In the tats were Mrs. R. E. Edwards Invited the ENLARGING COLORING and PICTURE RAMING.

Mn.. John Douhlt, worthy matron group to meet Feb. I at her home Fried Chicken a SpecialtyHot
of Naranja Chapter Mr and Mrs.
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I Of 1\1.\ Y. F. Service at Silver PalmA 'I I by Mi kt.nE : FLORENCE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Par eakr. : N arras high pine good acre" on Bauer dr, /IM 1

schedule 4ft Mm** Af>*t tmift Call 443-J-l or 4M-R-4 (OI3tf) tIM an acre Lot on Re4lM
nod glass window mentor WM reader and Mina Marll'n'I Hospital wM planned f isajlilaji ke. you to lit M**> near Batter dr WOO J M. I -,

.11. U> UM law Lewis BranniaK'provided Hrthea, piumM. of the Rdtod DUtrM. MlMksrWAsaoclalM . /.)ftp far 12x136 I ft high and dry corner lot Rt 2, Box 4J8-I( Home*****, Flpf
t' th* them of the v. Before. hli death inure than a I *l a \**.... aMltlM un N K lllh it at Downer ( i

,: iaMp service of the Oatewav Sub- year ago Mr. liranning plated an Tuesday 'Ui" ailvr>*.. aMftodii Service -............................. l Plnu dr Reasonable Ph Itt-a
active part In promoting the Church, The Rev. Frank U livery Curb
Sunny, Grow' NUWUCKY STOCKfor (jlltf) For sal: Delightful !
"
Uatrtet. of Methodist Youth r.ltowiMp or Thanks "
building of the new' thurch the Rtv. Alfred H d-
and Cards .. ........... CBS Hbm on lot Iota I.
1 to l* r. M. Daily
Monday night at silver At a business meeting presidedover berg war appoinWd to make UMarrangOTents .... Poe pawtotaiant. rail I I gad location Mar Kroner .
Palm Church, The church w.idarkjMdMd by President. John De Mello, with UM .hoapltokTh For male: $- CBS .hone TIM reel tiled bath tiled ki
of the five IUv. Hr"*y Can spoke I* We wlah to .....- our tppreMtan 441-J-t or 4M-R-4. ((1tU1) ) ,
.tiM. ..''Nilf. .**.*.* 'pit$9 re mentauys .1OA. tiled Lath, .jaIOUIW ph ttiaa. YggYljam
wM MiMMwr Vhi i.m*for nl elgdlllea voted '*j* dive ndaJiUT* bad their wlve sit"e .. for w May ktodmesMtown IIMIIII Net ..,4M| t prl t,
pjSgrkm of }'ScWptur In Mtefeer to tit par pafl rfhtoter and CttrMHfoyaychlalM 51101" by Mr frhmUs at In* 4Mbtf ......, ... ... 1M. 1M nf 4 r
; totlli( can play in .DDia' !MUM our tWMMnd and' father MmU JOMHNRe '
j ECHDE
.andi!)ousts! thai e.rrfeat, e .I/ICIt helping slip t sae ICHOI I'fftiiltetartd
thedle "Behold, -I elasd'It Ip t ptt- persons threatened with Sll N. Knew..*. CtujxluinMRS.. JOHN U CHAMWSW Ian', f-hft* Mar skill, Drigge.alfitIM atf.,U. Broktt .It. 7N-J Broker ..: 'Ia. 751ui. .,
door and knock..." -.' M of ; n" disorder.sant. molar SawMim Flak.Orfti . <

Mia. Marten. Keen was .4r .t>IWX Or4. J tlf*U IJ:; (Lleaed Is lllereee AND FAMILY lee Ph. Key Largo 1/4' For ale: Tnsil( l Shell Shop .J., ..... .. l.......y.......

of the aervlc*. )fllil Aherne pass rlit 1 m PALM MEN MEET BchMMfhrr) buainea I**- >h>nt pportur-<|bh ;,Loa
na't'' on ydqr. MbeW MacDonnell will dlrertprogram \ The family of Mr Julia Polk\ low fhi season's profit' ...."e.."..&&f..s.
priced *
t, MftlSuAMtn H a e for the Men's Fet- Hh to acknowledge with grateful .
For lalet 141 d luie will than purchls* I
special
Cummings Slate Return more pay
of host :lbwahl" of" $lIver Palm Metr-odM appreciation the many kind fe-ijeiln
Lout
health Sum of large bllH.
:
Cttevrolet sedan with. radio, price IncreatTngty poor
.To Korean Mission Work tliurtCabs' 'thurchhe T o'clock meeting t_ fttIIIk\IIl of sympathy extended heater. S. L Wcklnson )too N. W. torres quirk .... Rent on bII1'Id.ft hider ph. ill W 220. Rewar .
.nd Port drtl\k' wserve4 "tonight la the church. Clarence them during the illness and death
11th st. ph. I1J-J. nll-tl \ low. Pin Wane* for lunch (PHI)
Return ( )
I to the fnlsslo fteld\! In ', ;tray U president of the group r' "r1Immediate el their treed on.
'In with
fruit stand ttojunctiim < -
W
Koran li befog planned br the . GEORGE U FOLK AND WIFE r .a1
MHivenlrs tp2)|! )
Rev find Mr*. Druoe A. *>m- School MRS. ANNIE FOLK FOUUI. I COKCRKTI BLOCKS kU atrMDruce't Leek Squeaky, I h.U-growfc,
l Here .
tmlng of South Mtafnl, mho Baptist Sunday Rally
made -, AND BON Block Co. Nsranjs, Fla. iIMt-I'eraian m.l* kitten Black,
(their home here when Mr. CUm. MRS. JACK POLK AND Phone 373.DRAUTIFUL. for ale: 1-bedroom frame house grey, whit markings. Ph. 610W.MiHcellaneoui .
tong was piitor of Homestead Attended by 421 of Miami\ District Service FAMILY In Florida City fireplace, porch (pUh
Presbyterian Church. Mr. Cum. fruit trees. Total: i price, WBJ

imlng and who left the here first to organize Four> hundred twenty,- four Mrs.. T, D. Plche. Mrs. Northrup We wish to thank our friendsfor ORCIIIDS available See ECHOE JORDAN .".'.:.......:w''::..........
of
verve *i
South Miami Riviera Preabyterlan pastor Baptist church school representatives Mrs Wsudcl) Peeplcs, Mrs.. R. S. Reasonable Prices the beautiful flower and the at all limes Homeriead Floral' Registered Broker Ph 7flJ I I

Church I li resigning Feb. 1, pre of the Miami district met at Smith, Mrs Olhella Redd Mr. other kimlneurt "h qWft us at the and ttlft Shn p*, 121 l NW. *th it, I....u ........*. H'"
'par.tor.to their ..lIIn.ln March. First Baptist Church of Home |Collier, Mrs. J. R. Byrum Mrs stead Monday night A musical Lula Fitch Mrs. Peter Mill., Mrs.1C . Workmanship MRS ROY E. EAKER pin Interior. On paved rd Just
They will be accompanied by program was provided by the I B. Christian Mrs. J. R. Pope, Quality AND FAMILY. ...... ........ ...... ... outside Homestead. Prlc "4M RADIO
a daughter Situ Mary Bruce, church's quartet, D. O. Davis, Mrs May King, Mrs. Addle Pitts For Sale-Kcal EstateVef : terms. -Quick aervld.

who* high will achool enter: the In senior Seoul claw Korea ofJlh lloward L. Johnson, Richard W. I I and Mrs.. Minnie Demi. .. ............ ........... .......... ..... .... ..... Re FCIIOE JORDAN AU work guaranteed. Prlrt
I ENGINE OVERHAUL Ph. 76JJM reasonabl Robert J. Brooks,
: Fuchs and David Fredrick, who{ For Kent Registered Broker
Another daughter Mrs. John A
Nicholson, Jr., the former Mlai sang "On the Jericho Road and Florida Schools Asked 0 .......................... Roberta rd' Just north of Palm
SERVICE: Florida City Phone '3"" a
Drive .
"A Little Talk with Jesus" BRAKE Paper Notarized Frre! ely landscaped
To Observe Arbor
tlren. The Book ofats will be Day o I Inlahed. J>ldrtkl'; : -
studied by church taupe! on I MOTOR TUNE-tP Cory one-bedroom! house fur Kn4s: ) 4v* At..l Nr Mrs, rut
been making their home with Mr, Tallahassee, Jan. 12-Thomas" Apply N. W. loth at or I 2-bedroom' new CDS home Homestead Glass Coaias tit
'end Mrf. Camming while Mr. Monday, Tue.daY.J"d ThursdaynlghU & Bailey, state superintendent\ of 0rl0m' ALIGNMENT phone 489-R. comer loll; carport. alouled) all purposes. W* do steel issh
next week, END
of announces I I. II !MEYER hardwood floors. tiled
icholaon li on in I porch
t army duty I the Rev. John II."Whitt, taster. I public Instruction, has recommended a roof and bath and MANY glaring and gluing of all typo
Japan. Baby John was born on to county school 1 superln' 201 N. Krom. Phone 171
Dr. J. S. Pendleton will teach the PAINTING .
For rent: 4-room furnished, OTIIER DESIRABLE FEATUIIE&
I
tX. :27.When I''tendrnts and principals that all .lpd: Mr. V 8. (name on request) .
men's classes; the Rev 1. E. o electric kitchen 1 only : : I I 110.000 FHA FNNANCKM
they leave, Mr and Mn.Cummlng Northrup the women's clatsei; schools observe Arbor Day, Jan. BODY AND FENDER Shown by apixilntment Call'' farted hla 15 arro tact Mmm. !
will carry with them and Mrs. J. R. Rutland the young I 120, In recognition of the economic REPAIR 443-J-) or 483-11-4, (JlSlf) day Jan 9 SOLD same day by : Myrtle' lleauty ShopIII
Sufficient food to supply their people's classes On Jan. 20, 1111 Importance of the forest products "n 0 I pm.
timlly for a year, ai well .. supplies .II-doy.tud, of Arts'will be led industry to the slat as well as HEAT COVFRSCPnOISTEEINQ I NICELY FURNISHED l-bed- B. Ruler Av.. hose* tit
for others In the mission by Mr. Whltt for school: ground beautlflcatlon. 0 For rent: Yearly to couple or Customer want 10 or wore room house on 4 lots, screened Helen (' rtls (.M Wave
Held. Veterans of II mis- j couple with> Infant, 4-room furnished East Clad, with Rar*- I7.M, Durkrs. Ill
,, years' Fathers are Invited\ to bring School children In Florida observed acres front porch. Living room
alonary service In Korea, the I apt Reasonable. Mrs Eva FIREPLACE, dining room Empress IIIMrrll
their families v.IUv thentnfnr'aDad's Arbor Day for the first 0
,,
Cummlngs will Join Mr. Cum- ol1ns! tliacsyna dr, and Federal Prospect \ with kitchen and laundry room rUraftthrr, MaMter
Day service to be held Sunday Urn In 1880. For many yearsafter CNDFRCOATINOLVBRICATION I waiting cash serge
knlng's brother and sliter-ln-law morning. Mr. Whilt will bring that Florida had two Arbor 0POICELAISIZINQ Highway at Modello. Ph. 437-J. for one 'Iwo or three acre *Ii port and separate garage. IN'
..Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Cummlng, and a special message for dads Days-one observed by the public (JUtf) parcels. GOOD LOCATION. Pile
their family as well as other On Tuesday, "Adults In the schools and the other by the Flor o $8500 with terms. PAINTING and DECORATINd,
Vorkers with whom they have 'I for rent: Furnished room singleor Fxrlunlre Interior and exterior, McLean. t
Sunday School" by Wm. P. Phillips |- Ida Federation of Garden Clubs.
Wed. was studied by the adult department -I The data now observed adoptedby 0GENERAL double, $10 week. Mrs !,.. Over 1,000 feet llutlness Frontage PLEASE: LET: US SHOW YOU !Phone 74R. ( d3lt)

A doctor of theology degree headed by Mrs. H. the Florida Legislature In REPAIRS Collins ninety dr. and Federal over' 300 fret of It on U. this/ beautiful FURNISHED
Svlll be presented In absentia to Collies Mr. Northrup taught the +im, Is the third Friday In Jan 0 Highway at Mudcllo. Ph. 457J.Jlllf. .I ft. No I I. over SOO fret of It on 2-bedronm home on B ACRES Expert watch and Jewelry repair 4
),Ir. Cummlng In May by the morning class, and Mrs. J. H.Drswdy I uary.I This comet In the middle A coMri.ETt' nrMrER-TO- Ii ) II I Hluhway No. 27, at EXTRA with LUSH LANDSCAPING Ing. All work guaranteed Nell'g
Union Theological Seminary of the afternoon clats. Taking I Florida's tree planting season, BUMPER SERVICE: E-Z terms Price less than and unusual assortment of IS S Krome. Phone III. (ol4-lfj'
Richmond Va, where he won hi.ih part in the study were Mrs. ,lot young trees set out then have 0 For rent: 2S ft deluxe trailer, fll 110 per front foot Brokers fruit Th total pelt Is only .
,M. degree. '.M. J. Garrett, Mrs. Ora,Frazeur the best chance to grow. BUDGET rUIN IF DESIRED! $40 per month at Tropical Shell co-operate, III.OOO-TERMS.
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PAT AS YOU Dlln'LtrUCKER Shop. (PH) ) ,I
Lots In Florida City, nothing PLANTINGIlcans
0 I New 3-bedmom CB home, convenient
1 ,
"IT HAPPENS EVERY DA down $3 month. lluy these
per
!SERVICE: ;
Soda and sundry shop .t Ac to shopping; habitable Squash and Corn
I and put them fur ,
a Theatre In colored town. Price away your .J UO Is the
I bul Incomplete ,<
3 C'ela PlantersJ.
5/VWOTH/ grandchildren/ Tuliil price $100 -r.w
tOOXWHNlwASAt/T1E&i dn r reasonable rhone 101 after 7 TOTAL PRICE. .
each C IItlll.rho ItlWKrem
1IKEDMAdvGd ROONDSI NOW 11 EIWL S5I p. m. f.. C. Porter (p)8-H) ) and Famor p i
I
imNTA CM MM 7KUDS W 1W SA1)D) Bird Chevrolet Co. I Pre-war )lame (not a hewer, a ON FIVE ACHES, bedroom 7
I/ For rent: Apartment; adults only HOME) on (Downtown CUIIHT' partially furnished frame
r kW QOAQSN f
( A MTltRlknKMfWfi 1(7 N. Krma Are.noBMtrad See J. II. Roberts Bush's Barber all renvenlenrca.! Total price I holler. |!1nfm, /, terms with $10 I W* buy, sell and trade guns an!

7 i U m' p. M NOME;' er ;e ArD aAf1 ".,. Shop.Jpitlalrs . d23.U.(" I flaw witliileeNl1ds4rdiswWstinga .par.MONTHLY mw-dm PAYMENTS' 'err'1 ass. MM, '.ptstaUr: of til kinds, Nell's,!U n .
fhe.. 91 i ; I 'Jom&.ft1IJf1"'UI. (014-aq)
o Mrs. Maud Needed J.
apartments
22 Years With Chandler Silver Palm dr, :2nd Mortgsgre Contacts Wanted I ron COMPLETE REAL '
HARDEN Hauling, bndscaplni,
Construction Money Wanted I ESTATE SERVICE see
of Tenn. rd 1'It. 47T-J-I 1
house w
Chevrolt&Ia topsoil, potting soil, sand, rock
I RICHARD FUCHS fill. Ph. :243-a Writ Bt. 2, Boll
Room and board, (12: wk. Ph. Joseph A. KclleherRrglslered I 14-A Homestead.
503-n. (m20tf) Real Estate prokerHI Registered Broker
I John II. Hal and Eare llosnerRegistered
: I* South Krome Avenue MOWING Carl Rndlic
GROVE .
...... ...... .... .. .. I SslesmrnIlll
lit I Ilox Homestead (oIl
-' PHONE 132'J 4D9 ,
trttwoiu For Sale I Miscellaneous N. '''er.III.'. Letchworth
i place, Kings hwyl
!
e .. .: .. While !living on this Earth own Ph :2U-J or 7 8.W. Phone 827-X-W. (fit)
ca a 'LOT' of It. We will help I P.O. Box 883
'QI\dltlon.1 you with E-Z; term
;. Olp M0011 20 hives of bees In good ( \ Members of Chamber
,o Enough additional equipment! I DOUST the KKUUANUttJknson of CommerceFor WR DO reliable watch, repalnn|.
l e Woods .Jewelry MeCrory Ar>-
for expansion' to 85 hives; honey I
TIT Us When You NeedA tanks, cktrsctors: etc. More than cade. (a22tl)
rout of 'bees can be realised. fromprlng i

Special Close-Out Sale Haircut or Key honey flow. Price Electric: Han good sale:location 10 acres on high paved plnrland rd. W* buy old gold. Teeth old ring*, i

; Shave $250. Ph. 204J. (pJU Philco Appliances Total prlc, tUOO.: watches! etc. Nell's, 15 8. Kroro

; Sea ECHOB JORDANrleaht.red Phone 111. (0"19SEIC
i
j Kalrat _. f-. IbKhav 939 PICKUP Chevrolet truck, PrfaireUn. Broker Ph. 78B-J
412Fitipatrick's
Ph.
,
__. -. .. leRhaiupM good condition service body
Y :'t (Medlrale4) I." Price $500. Ph. 1172.: un| ) ALEX LANIER for wet
Used Cars and Trucks
Of
; II Farlal Park __._._... Tt Henj. Warren Morris and drilling NE. 10th Corner st Pliant Krom&31."*v,(-.

Masug (>l"ln) ISO Registered Real Estate Broker .
Fine FurnitureCustom
JJ CouDhalloB Facial. .__ TS* .. . . . ... "" .......to.....4- 91

J Still in Progress Tcnl __ 35 Built of Mahogany and Other Woods 10 acres glad land at Inter Wanted -I

MuUeh Trim _,_ 1** Cabinet Wart Chair Caning sWhlHCer. section of oiled I
:' Plenty of Real Bargains Still Available gkanpa* (Plate) ___ Its B..,.. Dr. Redland ... Phase S9I-J rd, ..,.00.
{ Real estate salesman wanted, mallor
10 aero glad land fronting. on femal J. A. Kelleher registered

Open all day Saturdays. BUSH'S olM rd, $..000. broker III! South Kromt 4
av*. ((112-tr)
221 8. Krem Are. Ph. Ill


Bird Chevrolet Co. Barber'Sh6p' FHA LOANSArranged NH N.NI INIINN.N NINNN9r

0... City Han Leonard W.:Haskin

107 N. Krome CIIEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone 98 I 5 '*'. 509-W SHerman ,'rare GLASSES w 5.rwa si......... ] )


141 N. E. Id SU. MUaU FU.Piaaliiitr .

Without Cost Alf adrersSPHONE
Marks\
Seminole TheatreTWO S.UlIIINNINIINN.11.1..INMI,1/

Breezeway Dr ve-ln To You Y

snOWS! bAlLY 1 and t P. M. H"** Vf*. an
SATURDAY sad BUNDAt eatb .cM S tin II.Admlsslcsjt .
Tw Shews NlthUyt t mad 1:20: Phase 171-J . Adults: NUht, 49e| Malioe (till I p. m.). lie CROUSE & BURR
Admlsatol Malta II* (tax lndded) Chlldreai! under lee leI tea to twelve. 1M. (Tn Intlt4rt.) HOg Barber: .

Cfclldrei Vuirr. U Admitted Fre
lAst Times Today; "ROPE OF SAN))"
SATURDAY JIB. 14 General Contractor-Licensed and Insured Cabinet Shop

NEW CISCO KID In SATURDAY, Jaa. le-o..l Featsr Manes Phone 176-W Homestead Building & Remodeling

-'GAY ,AMIGO" ((700"00 9:30)) '', ROCKY LANE, MILDRED COLES In Welding .
Also MAltlE WILSON, WALTER ABEL In MARSHAL OF AMARILLO" .
FABULOUS JOE" .. . M
CLARKE In I
And ROBERT LiVINGSTON MAE

c' t MONDAY M1J.iJ.'JR. "DAREDEVILS OF THE CLOUDS" SILVER PAUt bus ML WEST or IT. L I

cooRNrnl !; CLAUDE'l la COMPANY I1rone528-W-l
)... lt-ll GIFFEN ROOFING "
TODAY and MONDAY.
()) and 1001
"AIlaUAL1PEARCOS.SANE: : RAN DAILEY ANNE BAXTER SHARI ROBINSON In"YOU"RE . .
? MARTIN In
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"MAIN STREET KID"Added f>::00 enljr) ( MY by Technicolor EVERYTHING"CoI. ) Roofing of All Types ,

Usd.eu ".IIeI; Dsi...<,. Cartaea.TTC8DAY Solar Water Heaters

TVE8DAY a4 WEDMU AY. ... 17-11 ,
.i B.4 WEDNESDAY I... 1111CARY
JOHN WAYNE. GAIL RUSSELL key., .dv*Y' GRANT DIAKA L'tNN.1'RAHt.11OT TONtJ Sheet; Metal Work

'"WAKE OF RED WITCH" ((7.-05 'ana 10.45)) BETTY [DRAKE Air Conditioning

AIM JANET MARTIN. ROBERT LOWERY InHEART "EVERY GIRL SHOULD GET MARRIED

OF VIRGINIA" ((9:15): ) 4N'V). Added: Cxaedy. Chrteeai Fan Ventilation

_, artea, A.... ,
... : THURSDAY a.4 FRIDAY. U. 19-29 Insulation ':
nn.-a. set FRIDAY, Jet I-U RANDOLPH SCOTT LOUISE AUJRITTON.' GEORGE l''o

HWY LAMAR. ROBERT CUMMINGS InLEFS MacREADY In ZUIOurArblllsnee Scr.vIOOCreIHtI

LIVE A LITTLE" (7:05 and 9:50)Also : ) THE DOOLINS OF OKLAHOMA"Added Fre KstlasalMAMna .......
: CMaedf. CarUe Ptoasaeaal News. *
EDDIE DEAN, CANNONBALL TAYLOR la n
tU Ar4ai Av*. .1'11 ,
"PRAIRIE OUTLAWS" (8:55: only) C. ds. Sundae a" tg M'ay, I... tt-fl: BOB-DOPE. :- I ,Coal GaMsi lbs 43dq. FhOAe.2'1O .Hoaaaet ad,
1>rUM TUWet ":'I1'I..fLqftLi.AIY _


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:. : No Down Payment for Veterans .i.. :' ';'

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'; F'i". t :. Monthly $40 (Approximately, ) 'f iJj"n.! ,::1

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'q" I it .... '. \e' Glass jalousied windows '.;::: 'j... >.. .' '::1'\' Interior lathed and plastered throughout t: .; 'Y HI y ; \ .
:.I t': u ". All tile bath .A:':* ". :... :_.': '>., .' .,,;' ,Two big wardrobe closets ',,M.6k ., .",., i

,. . Norge refrigerator "r"'A\af... :'" .:. i.;", 'Y,.)1''l.!"'...... hi. .,e Four linen and utility hall closets <>..,."".:1".,.:'0"4';, r' r
': \ ."s..:burner electric range ': 1' ,* i 4 ': Short walking distance to school ,:":' \ :" I.J
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,. Avocado Drive, Homestead ,..,.Phone I 176-W

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