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 27, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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 )
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: VID00697
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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JThe Redland District's R liable NEWSpaper' Since 1912

39th YerNo.4 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, .1-RIDAY, JANUARY: 1950 ) fce 5 Cent

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PERRINE ASKS 41 to Compete in Golf Tournament Here Aug. 5 302 ADDED DURING PAST YEAR

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I bellverHet of new telephone
In protest\ tilnil a mounting TIlE WEATHER I

toll of traffic detUa on U. S. 1 1tt I __ ar.. _...... directorln are belrig' made b.1 .\
e.mdM p.aua C".rn..i rnseSese 1 Southern Bell Telephone and
Perrin., the P,rr1ne Civil
MaaJNIaiaaIiah Telegraph Co. to MSI tubicrlben
League U seeking Installation of
:Jtn '1 It, II 81 SOIO tr I In the )lomettead>> area and 34}
traffic light at the north and
Jin. M. ,.. ., II 68 10.19 tr kubtcrlbwa: in Porcine, accordingto
aouth entrlet to the town and the Jtn. 21. .IU' ei 1011Jtn. \ District Manager C 3. Tucker.Jr .

.i ippolnlment of a traffic patrolmtn 12 .. ..... .-._It IT SOUJtn I All Perrlne lubtcrlbwi ore -
at the Perrlni tchool '3. II 65 3007 listed In the Homestead directory

In addlUon to fatal motor colIlilont Jtn II -II 60 10:10 001 and call between the two points

lix pedeitrlani have been Jtn. Si. II IS SOU 008 may be made without toll charge,

killed by trtffla on Perrlne'i strip -- -- -- -- Subscribers are urged to von

.f "Death Alter within the pant wit the directory before calling

two years, league memben point BIRD SEFS HOPE it about 1,600 envIes orders Including .
out. League letten to the tttU 102 new telephone wore '

highway department and the mad In Homestead last year with,
tounty commission, will ask for OF EARLY FLOOD resultant chancel: and] addition to

trtfflc light at Richmond ave. the directory, On Jan I, more

on the north, and Hlblicui ave CONTROL HERE than 1800 .telephone were In

on the aouth The death of Mrt .- service In Homevtiail, an Increase

Margaret Chafer beneath tin of 1.105 phonet, or 1M per tent,
v' vheelt of a apeedlng car Saturday OptlmUm that South Dade wIll\ within the put four years.

night wit a decisive factor In be glvtn early t'OnllderUol1 In Of tit* 2.2SO: applicants forMoineitettt

prompting the league action/ federal flood control plum for telephone service tine
At the league meeting Wednes-I South and Central Florid was the war, only 202 are still wiltIng -
day night, member!,voted to clr- . Developed from Frog fond voiced :yesterday b, County Com- Mr. Tucker tayi. He expect

cultte petitions asking the county missioner Proton<<1 B. Bird after a that most of thet will be Uktn

to tuume garbage collection In The champion Of the Redland on. players art to compel in the Wtililnilon conference (Continued on Page, Four)
event the service U deiired by 111! District Golf and Country Club tournament. FIfty-aevtn thousand richly
Florida All Streets
per cent of the Perrlne resident "Developed from I frog pond ASK$1,305,000' City Repairs producing South,Did. acre need
will be determined at handicap
The group also nude plan for I I and palmetto and pine thickets, flood protection, Bird pointed out 'YORK SEEN SOON
work meeting on Feb. 4MRS. tournament to be staged Feb S, South Florida' neweit golf course 4-LANING Seeks Modern\ Lighting Palm Ave.All In I brief submitted to the house
the firit anniversary of the club'i ii a monument to those whole appropriation committee which I
and hard work made It asked the FlorIda OVERSEAS
Vision w Tuesday by
opening for play. To the champIon
Florida,City ttreett will be being orked< preparatory to pu-
CHAFER 69 I... McLaughlin, delegation to 17,500
possible S.l
says MILES U. approve
will go the president's cup 10 rocking and oiling are Seventh,
,, re-iurficed In an extensive Improvement control
club pro. "The new link hire 000 for next yttr'i flood 'WAYSIDE PARKS{
donated President A. F. Eighth. Tenth, Eleventh and
by Club I' served to Introduce to the game th.1 program now underway Tlit new fundi would be used
KILLEDBYCARON Arthur, to be held by the winner many who t few abort month Allocation of $1305,000 'for : report Arthur Troxell Twelfth streets and part of Ave to construct levees for protectionof
I of each )'eir'. tournament. Forty I ago hid never played golf"USQ proposed conversion of the streets committeeman for the nue The 'feasibility of the lower East Cottt and the Work U expect! to start Immediately .
PERRINE mile Uo-line ttrlp of U. S. I ; Installing a Cvergladet farmIng region, Dlrd on Oversees Highwt
U. S.IIN 1 from Homestead to AllapttUhCrd\ town counciL modern lighting/ system' along tld. Already under way, the roadside perks at t result of approval "'-I

I -: Moody\ ( ,Drjve e-Pit, County Asks Into ,a four-ltne thoroughfare I Every ttreet In the negro tee- Palm street, ave", taken Florida Clt, main project' received I', 11.600,000 Tuesday, by the governoi'
under Consideration
Mn Margaret Budd ChafwIB wag diked of tin ttalt highway' ,I lion has already been graded and wan $ congreuloutl appropriation for cabinet of expenditure) of 179,000

of Coral Cablet, mother ot Packers, Growers and Individuals commission: : Jan. 10 by the county.i rocked, and work It now In progrets -I town council.Tuesday Councilman night 'by Trex-th t ,the yen to end June 10. of Oversees road and toll br'dge
Robert N. Chafer and the laU t commission. Atiurtnce wti given ----.....opoSHoft --- district turpHii fund Pltnt provide
John W. Chafer of Prrrine was the commiuion lie December that ,j jI in the white tertlnn. NoSERVICES ,* I ell ass appointed to obtain 'foe wntlructlon of pnrkl! CudlreddIv1teaItif1dstioit

I, r .killed Saturdtlsht wlxn >lxwt It !help correcf naao**.r, MIlUtJM tit,&ly.) ... fK convenience, 'large the itrip would be the itatfteijllrurtlon Ujt..JIKSM/ hastQc4sa1doa.JmrubnsIiri It MM** of
l ";io-i-- truck by Tear-driven: ; bj 4i.Souih"V.dS,7gr9aeri i packer tiin"amOl" credit wttb I prefect, Ih tmir-Unfcig\ ti Fhitf meetm:Sr>1 wayside park treat and provision

Willie Marlon Davit, Perrlni packers and Individual are being the pit man. the Homettead-Mlami highway, I! HELDFORLE.FORSYTII Coundlmen ,Troxell and Harry for outdoor rooking.

, negro, on U. S. 1 at Perrlne asked by the count, w-nt. department "It will be necetttry<< at times The comm.l. \ .ilon silted that the I I Cuchlellt with Jtmei were appointed to confer PROVES FATALTOMS.I5ARBER The perk construction work, tobe ,

Funeral services ivere held Wed- to dump waste in Moody for the pit mm to be a..ay. The project be allotted 1500,000 firm 'I IVade' Farm.Sottlle presidentof I \ done by the tttte road department '
Miami rd rock pit where the depart will be designated South Dade Inc., owner will be confined lath,
netdty afternoon in a : dumping spot a gasoline tax money, to be i I ,
I of the land '
chapel I, followed by burial In Miami ment U placing a men to direct by a sign during hit absence At matched by $402,750 from the adjacent to Florida 10-mile area 'controlled by the
\ City Cemetery.tJaVis operation The waste will be such tlmet, feet can be paid later slate and a like amount from the OF FLORIDA CITY City of canal the ctnal In regard to the cleanIng I toll bridge district

< and a Perrine negro I bulldozed( Into the pit and sprayed Dumping will be permitted only federal government. First and second Funeral tervlret for Mrs. Ifll rold. -

1 passenger, Johnnie Small who wee regularly to keep down flies during daylight hours I Acquisition of 60- feet of right- Funeral services for I-mley given t town ordinance reading which Will O Barber if West Avocado
i J: .. being) taken to Dade County 1101pie1 The waste department receive I "Some people have Intimatedthat of-way east of the present road Canton Foriyth of Florida City, sets up qualifying' feet of PIG for I dr., who died Monday night In JAYCEESTOSEATTYE
( for treatment of a build I no tax funds but finance Its ,operation it it the county obligationto would permit the highway to candidate for and council James Archer' Smith Hospital
mayor ,
:\ wound, were held for questioning through service fee.. The furnish end maintain dumping maintain III present course from II, were conducted Tuesday afternoon and $2J for candidates for town' were conducted yesterday tfter TONIGHT AT ,

f: When halted by J. M. Ward of 'time feel charged at other watt titet without chtrgt It this Homestead to Alltpattah rd. according In Turner Chapel by the marshal and town clerk I noon In the Tint Melhodltt

Homestead one-fourth of a mile department pits will be In force were to, the county would hive to Commissioner Preston Rev Martin R. Davis, pHHtur of Wm. C Morton of Hnmexteid. Church Hiimeitctd\ by the Rev.

north of the accident scene, Oavliitld A charge of 21 cent will be made to asiume the responsibility (for B. Bird Cost of construction of Florida City and Redland community was re-tppolnted town tax mweisor J, E Jenkins, pallor, Turner Funertl CHARTER DINNERFrank
he failed to lee M,.. Chafer I for a cubic :yard of trtsh and the disposal of all waste from the four-lane thoroughfare exclusive churches. Burial was In \Home directed burial In I

crossing the highway. garbage, and IS cent I :yard for Miami Miami Beach and Coral of right-of-way, li expected Palm Cemetery at Naranja Miami Memorial Turk,
,, An inquest end preliminary rubbish-treei, shrubbery, palm Cables.I No doubt the cities would to be 1100,000 a .1 Mr. Fnrtyth, who suffered a rtllbeirrra were F/lw PeUrion, Tyt will be Installed,
t (Continued Page Two) fronds, etc like that, but not the taxpayer Official hope that the stroke of purtlysli on Jan 12, Tide of Toys Sponsored Merlin Mueller Chu 1* Grunt president of South Dade Junior
'Camber\ of Commerce In the V
1 To help stop rotdilde dumping, In the county treat can obtain the neceatary - died Monday morning In Brow- Hy Local Legion Post Jets McCtblln, James hatch. and F, W hall at a chatter dinnertonight
household waste In package of "Your help in making thli plan way In time to begin work next ard General Hospital In fort Larry CtKtor,
t to which Homejtend ant
t TOMATO PRICES one-half cubic yard or leu.11I work will be appreciated": summer, Lauderdale. For (he put two I' Collectioni were made here last The former Lucille Chapman "lorlda official and I
City 1-
be accepted without chtrgt Feet yetri, he had been associated with week for the Tide of Toys cimptlgn wit ,born 43 years too In West pre
lent of South Dade organization!
:,; IMPORTS for other item. will be charged Florida Tank Lines In Port Kver-, sponsored by John( Q BaIley Virginia After graduation from ,
DIP AS Tourists Have been Invited Sylvester P
Gas Stations Can Stop Telling lluntlngton high School, the atlendert
rttei .
I.t ipeclfiedln glades at vicepresident.A Post of the American Legion According Miir will be Installed vice.-prrtl-
i regulations."We Park native or New haven, Conn, to >Qeo Nlcholal, 10th Marshall College In \Hunt- tent, Howard Kirby, (reinsurer, >)
MARKETS There's Nothing at Everglades ngton end Florida Slate College
( the packer
"I REACH growers Mr. Forsyth was graduated from distrIct commander. 27 pasta For Women and wit graduated Dwight E. Wardlaw( secretary' ,.'.
and Individual. will cooperateby Yale In the class of Una In 1923, *'
and Vernon W, Turner, EC
helped gather toys to be tent to From Booth Business In
to the College '
I f More tomatoes end lower prlcei Moody tending pit and their not permit their Gasoline filling! stations and dubon Soclct)"'! two day toun, 1 he moved hit family to In Florida civic the children; of Europe 1 In a nttionwlda 1)21 the moved to Miami where Paceltl Theodore Orfanedei, "11.
the McAllister City where he was active .
which originate tt lard Burnt and Jack Barnes dlreclon.
Florida movement for better.
tar City the employed
telling wn
were reported ( employees to di-pose of wastes restaurant can now atop town 11 bookkeeper
. ..' this' week Hotel In Miami, and there are affair and aefved ai a relation Each Radio Station Dancing will follow the .
"! State .m. Market in out-of-the-way places to breed motorist there U nothing to *ee private charter boat tit Coot hay i rounl'ilman for a number of year. toy wti acconVpanled by WIOD, Washington dlnn.r.Malll.
C. S. Phitllpt by *. personal note Storage Co. and other
Mtrketmtiter ,
by notice from
: flies and rttt ttatei a ret In Everglades National Park, He was a member of the Royal
t -at $::10 a dey.The dpeiker will be Robert
'j .1 The price. clump I wit attributedlargely the child donor. firm*. In 1936 while making her
sent the waste department.
out by Dan Beard, tuperlntendent told/ 45-mile road to Cape Sable Palm Masonic IA>dlle. Floyd, former mayor of Miami
to the farmer old bugaboo Excellent response to the col) home here with an uncle and
"The feel will be on a cash the Homestead Rotary Survivor are: hit wife, Mn
condition but 1
It In fairly good lection who last week was rated by I.y-
; : -the seasonal Influx of to- each receipt will campaign was reported it aunt Mr. and Mri J. L Ballard
in Instance
and of Florida
1, ; mitoee from Mexico, Cuba andJamaica. a IU meeting Wednesday noon. there It little to be teen from the Marguerite Forsyth Nova King Cooper School here .. (Continued on Page Two) roes throughout the country atone
One area Paradise Key rite road after Paradise Key U passed, City; a ton, Wm II, Forsyth of of the ten outstanding young .
I and C of C Socks Listings$ of former Royal Film State Path, Beard said."People Miami: hit mother, Mrs .W. H. men In the United Stttet. Formerly -
buyer arepleated
; j'' Both growers In- Board It ready for vl.ttor.nd bad I get a kick out of teeing Forsyth of Philadelphia; two Convert Negro Hospital to Clinic associated with the V B. ,'
with the government For New Bulletin : I I I
t. of tomitoet Initiated tt more than 1000 of them last Siin- the park In lIe undeveloped stats," brothen, Donald Forsyth of Philadelphia I., Mr, Floyd recently announced

I. erection the market last week Phillips re- Uitingi of' Itedland Districtshow day, Supt Beard tald. he ..Id, "10 wt are welcomingthem and Tom Forsyth of To Get U. S. Aid Promoters Advised hit candidacy for the stats legislature "
who off duty Reno Nev. and titter, Mn. Joe.
\ 4 I rules, place and activities for Inclusion "Ranger were to what we have at Paradise' ; a .
.: ;. ,, porti.60 pound Under of the tomttoet Inspection are called on the new bulletin board had to be called back on the Job Key". Chapman of Ntw Haven who If Ed Rood of Tampa, state Jaycee

t- buthel field crate ThC .buyer being Installed this week ,it the to handle the crowd and act at Additional roads will be builtin flew here for the funeral. A tuggeition that the proposed! Si. It a director. x president, will Intttll the new

! '4 I pall alto for all In excess of >0poundi Redland tfotrict Chamber of guides" he tild "A board walkover the park and a national park Lincoln Memorial Hmplttl )b. After consideration of the prtented officer and present the charier, i',

: I' and the grower mutt Commerce are being sought "by Taylor'l Slough his been bureau engineer It down here converted |"rto I complete fullf.; facts, the group agreed Alto present will be Guy Butler '
< make the difference U the Mill Cecilia Olive, secretary "onstructed and conducted nature" working on road plant now. Beard 26 GIVE BLOOD "hat the nero project should be sports editor of the Miami Daily
up equipped clinic made
i walks are now acheduled event roads will be Was Sundi y able for clinic News told the club'
crate weight let than 00 pounds, Al I public service, the time said However, no by Robert Carter tuperlntendeit to qualify I ,appro- who : -.on Jan, \
I thousand bushels and place of municipal social Beard w,. speaking response started until all of the land In wlttlon with the help of county It of till encounter with iporU"greatt1 41'

)f Twenty-three tomato were, handled by the political, fraternal and church to an Invitation for him to tell the park area have been acquiredby AT ROUNDUP of Florida the plannlpg division of ttj- lupervlalon and eo-operitlAn tuch M Jack DempserFy : ,

market the tint three days of activitlei will be lilted on thiglassenclosed 'he RoUriant whit they could do the government.The Improvement Commission, Among those present at the Cobb, Jim Thorpe Babe Ruth, ;
,I well '.0 advance the Interettt of Ever.tladet at I planning meeting with white meeting! were County Corn mill. Lou Dehrlg and Red Grange. I',
r. thlt week, Phllllpt report. High board tt a' national park bureau wit] give blood to the tnd leaden
Twenty-six In Gould
I National Park. He tald
iloneri Preston B Bird and Jesse Dante Fiacelt, former (
t president
to It Information on Interesting places Inue a folder on Everglades Nttional
price wai ft, II compared account of' South Dade Blood Negro Baptist! Church. Initiatedby ,
\ word
Continued Page Four) to tee. they could help spread the Park next fall from pie- Ytrborotigh, Dr T. E- Cato of the Miami Jayreet, alto. It exl -
( on Bank at the round-up sponsoredSanday Redland District
J that tourist' should not be dli negroes u- '
county health officer, Dr. C C. J peeled l to attend.
and matter
tUrN descriptive prepared -
nurtged from miking the trip by the Redland DistrIct dot tbt (eldership of ArthirMtys. Hillman of Jackson Memorial I The new officer will preside
i ttaff Life
by Beard and hi.
Early Detection of Visual Trouble hroujih Homestead and Florida magazine tome time ago tent Uoni Club In Sacred Heart club- the project lies won financial HoaplUl, John P. N..f.., of the i it the next regular meeting of the
douse The club hit volunteered of white organf.rations
1"1 I City to the park. photographer and writer to the tupport white advisory committee and rtyrM at 7.30: Thursdays Feb. B, i
: Important Optometrist Tells Club "You can alto help ui to keep park and should be coming out to sponsor the April round-up. and Individuals. ) negro leader liD\ SlIce and Amyt Restaurant, :
fires out of the park area," laidBe.rd. The Lions committee In chargeof AM t clinic, the project mightbe ."
toon with a tpread on FvsrgladeeNational arrangement waS competed of able I to qualify for federal '
"We have .been
however, Park, Beard Mid. Dr. Ceo. D Ruehle, Dr. J. U fund amounting to 311 per rent: Asked for 'Glad Park
Though defective vision U Modern educator, are 'wecetaful far, but we need the $187,242 s
Malcolm E. A Robert, H. L, of the estimated
to visual disturbance of resident. $7S,000 to $80. .1
l. trying keep co-operation every
fundtecnlytieepertentof' the from developing Fire' .which start on the western Hospital Auxiliary Will Brandenburg Ic., Robert V. 000 clinic: coat, Mid Carter who Car Development Next Fiscal Year

children entering school 'I* tbq "In the. Redland District, the edge of the BedlaM District are Hold Election Tonight Perkins, Jack Zimmerman and E. explained that the clinic could ,

first grade, It b. found In 8S pet Uoni Club bat given both Homestead oarrled by prevailing clods, A. Robert offer virtually all hoapiul MI*.
rent of the children of' high and Redland ichool In- straight toward the park. If Yeti Officer will be elected and The blood donort were: J.. D. Vlcet except overnight care. ( An allocation of $117,243 for PnradlM/ Key In the park, Alter

ichool grtdea. Dr. F. P. Archer. ttrumentt to keep check on eact tee a fire and cart beat R out .wth/ annual report will be given at [Pecking 1 C, OrificU 3 U Malcolm To qualify as a hospital under Evergladet National Park It Included i picnic at the ringer lodge,

', Jr., Homeitead optometrist, told i child each year The achooli car nine branchet that will be fi*.. the annual meeting of James Wllltrd Barnef. U. H. Gal- standard! of the National HonptUllzatlon In President Trumnn'i NaturalIst Banger WUlard E:

j the SoropUmlit Club of Home- find out whn and how vliui' Anyway, please call. Everglade Archer Smith Hospital Auxiliaryin latin Raymond C Hippe, J M. CommlttM, estimate of i budge request to congress for the Dilley conducted a tour and explained <

"steed at III luncheon meeting disturbancei occur. Early detection Park headquarters In Homestead the council room of the city Shaw, Willie) C Eve-rage, Mer- $11000 are specified for, each bad, year starting July 1. the geology, animal life J
t t Monday 1 In Seminol Trading meant much lea difficult it the county lire fighting' ualt hall this evening at t o'clock. tin L Mueller Chat. La Grant he .. Carter explainedin, detail Of the allocation, t10Gt58 U and blrdlife. Highlight of the walk

Post in correction.: ** 'n Redland at once." nominating committee: Walter Weltm, Wm. JCrome Richard the problem of hospital construction earmarked for management and wit a whit to Taylor* Slough

"t h", "Modem, life makes Intre..ln.I .- Parents it well at the teacher The scoots area of the park Mn. W 3 Krome C. J Th'1 W. Fuchs. Dick Nelson, C D. financIng and mt.- protection: 150000 for corutruc- where the IIlht-..,. went outonanewboardwalktowstcbth.

I ly (heavy demtndt 'on the eye". and children need education Ir wt tccettibl only by boat. Beard and Miss Bertha NU1 fonet, Sol Neuman Harry Han- agemeot, Jr. ion: $24,711 for maintenance of .

,, he tald. "Ninety per cent or man visual mitten, he laid.Because said, and until an overall con.reaslon Stanley Crouch certified public ,nan, Jr. Edw A. Weiss, Z. 1. Concrete illustration of roads, eta, and 19,400 for Ml flight of jnirsh. and water birdshoming
: of all information comet throughit the club U postponing arrangement bat been accountant who recently opened Krone. Harry R. Lewi, Leon Hil- Carter1 fasts were given ty entrance rotd to Pine Island. 4o roost ,
it lit. Soroptimixter night the regular nade, there will be M park-op- in office at 171 South Kromeive I lined Fulton gage Okie Napier Luther U Chandler who told W The tint of four nature Walkttchotluled The other three walk (tale tea

I. -The old attitude WM to correct luncheon win be !held next valed llght-tteinf boat trip AIpreteot .. It making required audit I Mra. t. V. Em... Mn Gotch KuTeldt operation problem of Jam*! by the Tropical Audubon ton ire scheduled for Feb. 28,

pye $trouble after they developed Monday. there If the National Att- without charge to the association. ttnd lliM harriet Uphtm Archer Smith Hospital of whUh Society was held Sunday at I Mar. III and Apr. U. ,


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GIRLS TO PLAY r I Sportsmen's. Club Slates Boat Races, WELCOME\ SIGNS :I AD.out War Declared i' DEATH CLAIMS N 12-LEADER-ENTBRPRI8E. Friday Jan. 27. 1950 I I

Thkt'eeEvery :
On Citrus Fruit I ,
I Wiener Roast Sunday at Bayfnmt t I i picked up about 100 yard off Plus Chief Omar Sullivan of thrHaaaaatead
BALL GAME FOR.1.1II TO BE ERECTED !: effort 11 I bring made I hI' '! J.P.IEIGIITONMm chore' .in the Gulf of tItII1N'" the nre ....nm<<.t The

ContUhk* ....,. Morgmi and. I iirm. |I ,...... enilaer. Junalu"llI. Arts Bret floor and exterior escaped"
MARCH OF DIMES! Outboard a>a ar rarea, till..,.i |.xf IMWraMMt I ,.. I ben ..r< the hn IT' ill,,t' to I hllll I II '1<'11I rtapiration wa ate.* un- damage
11 I by wkaajfrafcet. (or ..*tn. .*r.. 01 t tI r | 0... Cnmfi RaaMrr. ItVFLOHJBAOTY I the theft of frtjt. h,,,m tfrnvm .. Philip Leighton of 1'1111<<1-1 -.u. by a Caul Guardmetral ---

r I tilt aMUnd pegs-- CM. ,'i 4? MI the metHM. .'edMg/ty I CoMUbBF Morgan .....1 .i.<.., ,N.....died, Sunday lit a "' orew flown to the ......... SHORT ILLNESS
Th annual, basketball for ere erttftMtri, tor flUMay ftHomaatoad ': yrderday f from Miami
game i MI/bl, moving plc ere of Ever Two II-f mt by IS-foot "sIgns The Rev Paul Manning of
I the March of Dime will be Bayfronl Park UtdI .''IgUde, National Park ... drown will I be erected to weliomi vUltonto fruit trucker will be requiredto teeM Heart Catholic Church'I --- (Continued tram Page One)

i layrH by ffomtatoad and Red- I I Chambll nopai for to have his USA new, Ibbbby I Chief Ranger East thrnHngara.I FtarMa. City. the town couxllvoted I Mmlah evidence of purcbaat affletatM '?'nay morning atprtvtte Naval Officer InjuredIn ef W. Avocedo ..... cite. was mar-
land gJrb Thureaay nKbt Feb. racer ready Hubert h it .a-td N Mew members. Tweeday night after the Morgan said. and tare proved la "
drive In the and BdPacetu were I' grafialdt( ..,.... In Palm N. Krome ltd. Crash Med to N,. Barber Later the
J. on the tlomaateed court MInouncaa I I Mr* Marvin Shaw. Mr Steely. protect WM prepoeed by Frank be tbievet will be prosecuted. to Cemetery at Ntranja Funeral
Tboa B. Royal ere I and Lee tuU plan to pit )1 IS. Roberta .nd A, 0 011.! Nevili.. ekelrman ef a buateeatHMMI ; the full ......t of the law. A arranaieiiients wen directed by U Comdr Ralph" EetJek, 135Nmedical Canal accompanied Zane where Mm. t the*> Panama was la

,h.irman for the campaign' More I I Announcement \ ai made \that *$ croup I special car I II being provided by Teller Funeral...*. officer .tattooed at Kay government employ for six yean
the fiN VM raited by .ll BAPTIST CHUfcCfi row prite to be given away .la tktHnub Ttbe located at the orth and tht Ir-: ; j.ifBta< Kr nif>tPrtrol I alb Leighton. a reared.pive.* trTeat offend a broken bask Since their return to Hameettad
year* benefit, .awt. '* fund raising campaign wW f T. the annual eoIlH tleM it awarded Sunday. feb. I. after City the signs v III designate. tht age It hung" bpi gar she pad *5 year* .:PHnntier went ant of control and overturned ,, been a butinta' assistant to her
$tmlnott I Theatre haw bee* SCHOOL AGAINRATEDSIANDARD [the tcheduled Mill tiMbillon. atjHomtJtetd .1I town a* the Gateway to Ever- "Wa" art on ftM.Jubn1 std I rd. at B.yvlew dr. He on N. Kromt rd. seven husband who (la a betiding<< contractor -
dded aoDeetlaeM this year; at the, I ball part 'The prizes. gUdet National Park A painting 4i"f' ...Nwn trSPSowwsrd I leam hi* wife J4... Marie frtlti south of Tamlaml Trail. She wee a member of the
( jhew Petti* way Wv.44 thealrtnd le, super 10 h. p. Mercury outboard tf a 'tomato In atlractlvt color MV uVfM w wpsrt any. Ltljfllton. and two diem, tor... Eatttk wa taken to Pratt Gen" First Methodist Church of Ilomt-
the Act theatre In the negro motor and a boat rod and reel, will direct attention to an Invitation suspicious! circumstances to ui: Chat E. Barry and Mi* Sarah oral lIe>>pit.1 in Coral Cable aloud and of the South Dado Garden .
Wcttoo. TIM theatre art owned hr* exhibition In a Homestead to visit Florida Oty State "' .
I Leighton both of Chicago.j after receiving<< emergency treat dub. While In Miami Beach
i VIM! speeded by J W. Cngllahnvho. for tilt third! time ram Hap.i Furniture Co window. Firmer Market and the town I mart at Jackson Memorial. Hospital. abe wa a member of the BualrtM
Royal be 1--. it the only i Church .been packing "houses Clw11FEIt and Profeulortal Wwnen. Club
U" school| ha att> ,
Iheatw wan hi.. the atatt to ooatlnut The Idea for the sign wet j
.U.dw4 aehaol and walreeIve Fewell of that dty
Judge a Theft
Reports (Continued from Page One)
to mrtrt The eoriecttoiw originated by Chat F Mann and I
a eerUflcatt from the John T MorrU, tit, of Miami WILDINaTire In addition to her husband, Mr*.
1** you, more than $500 waa Of 21 Auto Batteries developed by Navlllo, Michele I hearing hat been let for Monday nil DAMAGES .
Sunday\ wheel beard at "*.hvllle. employee, wa drowned J'DIt Barber leavet a alater, Mia Ruby
turned In by the Semlnoto TheeIrt Term. announce the Bev 'Theft Crlrtildi, Tony Oucclardo, Mrs.Gee. night I by Juttlct of the Peace Vernon i when he fell overboard from an I Tire gutted the second floor ofa Chapman of Charleston, W Va.. 1
surly Monday .
morningof M. and Mr Chat.Dt I I
Arbogart *
alone, tM ** .
ya HometteadMr
W. Turner ot
John' H. Whit ta>*>r> Qualtftoatlon II automobllt batterltt valued I outboard motorboat while filming building on Front at In tha who came here during ,Mr*, Barber
Members' of the Momerteed Wotary : Stefino. A* an (Individualproject
dub and Bihar volunteer requirements.. *o high that I at 1241 WM reported by I. A.Ftwtll. the business. group plan I '*. Chafer wa the widow of off Cape Sable The body wa negro section on Sunday. report 'a bat illness. I
other UndtrdKhoolt Miami tint dentist, Dr. Roberta
there are but two (
the dl proprietor of the Atomic the erection mailer to .
worker art tanvaaiing *> I of sign .
In the Miami Baptist : Chafer who died hi 154{ A
trict Royal report, but donor I Battery Shop. A book of (00 corn advertise accommodation for
Grater Miami reddent for Hytar
Auoclallon of 41 churchet. Mr
mail. their contrlbullom to pany cheeks alat WM taken '..w1 tourists and vegetable buyer*.
may Whitt My*. Mr. J. L. Kulp I.I I.I 1 *. she" wa a charier member
ell/ told Chief' W I
of police F. Brent.j
the March of car
of the Miami Women1 Club and
superintendent of tht school: New Loans Available Here
Tho a Royal P O Box 733 I j I ley who urges caution In riskingshacks Through t
Homeitead Collection boire In I which has S staff of pproilmatt- on the battery. hop, I a member of Iht United Oau h- . N
I of the MKnH
|fly M II ten OonfeDeraey,
the ehapa of Iron lung haw been Drtntley says that he wa i
I A religious census of Homtjitead Pioneer Dub and Merry M.trOftI'Club.
placed in atrateglrally located called to the shop about I:JO1. I
I will be taken by member,, Few itlN r CHASE NATIONAL BANK
w.11IHI b_ Monday morning by til who
I of first Baptist W M S. under noise s. She became a frequent vleltcr""
reported hearing and
beliulought -
A goal Of $200000 It a seeing
In the Cede County campaign J.the htlrmanthlp; of Mob T C,, the llhouett of two men In to Terrine when her husband and
which will code Jin IIRoyali Bowen the canvass will begin on' the building TIM hey to the front aon established a nursery there Of New York 1
Sunday. door, found lying lade the yeart ago.
Mid. In 1M, n average' on I I It
of |MM wu spent on each of the A llnfuplrallon" (song aervlce) floor, give rite to the belief that FLORIDASTftTEfAlR Other survivor( Include: two j
101 rtere *hlch occurred In Dad j 1'0'i young people of the church the prowler had used a skeleton grnnddiught-r. Mr' William" R.Kldd. I

County, according to the county be held. In the youth build- key to gain entrance t Jr. of Coral Gables and THE CHASE NATIONAL BANK OF THE CITY OF NEW
i leg at I 30 Sunday night after
chairman, Judge 0... E Holt Mill Mary Margaret Chafer of
the regular tervtre.. Mr.
j worship
That t..", the county campaign Perrlne; a great-grandmn LOCAL CONNECTION THE FIRST
Bail Byrd will have charge of WORLD NffglONI IS THEMK ,
I liam a Kldd III two sisters,
r.l*" $141,000 .
of thla. amount to the KitlonalFoundation I tit serving of .r.h..ntLIIMa1 The Value ot a World Religion I I t' ) I'' Mr. Goo Walker and Mr Char- NATIONAL BANK OF HOMESTEAD IS OFFERING A NEW
!? Holt laid The foundatlun will be the subject of the ner Strange ot Coral Oablei: and

returned' $M.000 for local j Piston Conduct hey. Frank U Clvery at a special two' brother, Dim and Crorg- PLAN TO MAKE LOANS TO SMALL BUSINESS, AGRICULTURAL i.
polio palletWidow Revival I lAbor CampAn rvlct In observance of World No: son. both of MIamI '

o. __see ,er I old-time revival. Redland Missions Homestead aeaaon Sunday Tretbylerlan morningat MUIRY 31 I OR INDUSTRIAL FIRMS, NOT OVER $25,000.00 ON ;

RighU in Fuchs Estate; being Farm sponsored Labor Supply this I week' Center by the I* Church Or C. F. Rnblnaon. organist. FEBRUARY UCUINDXIOFVENTS EACH LOAN, AT 4tf. FOR A PERIOD OF THREE YEARS 1 I

Redlind District Ministerial Auoclatlon will Five Chortle' LOANS CAN BE OBTAINED IMMEDIATELY UPON
1 Mr. Dote ruche of South Miami '' present SUCH
Tonlsht In the litembly I*Joy of Man' Dell,," and
widow of Cha T Furhi,I a
former lltaneilcad resident who hall, the Rev J. E Jenkins of march by. Johonnt SebaillinHach THE APPROVAL OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF J
Pint Methodist Church will .
wu allied Dec II In a huntingarcldinl 1, aa
,, U asking widow dower preach The nliht rioting will be message brought tomorrow by- f HOMESTEAD AND ITS DIRECTORS FOR THE ,BENEFITOF f
of one-third the approxU I .! 'I'.TION
rlghti !OTIMI 01' Toe Tn
I the Rev W. H Bowery of
mutely 1.000.000 fuchi entilerather Florida stern SMALL BUSINESSMEN AND NEW BUSINESS. ENTERPRISES
I City fret Methodist Church tllo us"I1I0TI1'1t I
than \llteUme haltsharei I II MKKKHt CIVRN lh.l M '
i Filling the 'pulpit throughout IL4kau. hMr. who at wi 1 BASED ON THEIR MERIT AND PROPER COL-
of tht' moan, at provided byFoatii' I r I d'I
I the week were the Ittv FrankL Mewl. ,.. _I""'.. ._....... 45.. Ott
will Clvery of Homestead ate. ass. ... Iran ..... u. tog b.tJ
Preibyterlan _.. .... t LATERAL
leavet the tctalt 4. D 1111 au 111.4 rrtMh.ub
The will In
Church, the Rev. Oeo. Ku- wt .,'.... ..... h.. ..... ....1....'....
trust with one-half the Income to
rr and dwd Ie Mr .I. ,eMe.rens
frldt of the First Church of IMet
God .. ...... '*
fo to Fuchi' daughter, Miss June 10. .W .11. when IM5.5we

Fuchi, and the other half to the o I the Daptlit Rev Church, John II the, Whltt Rev of MartinR Tint . ewe_,.,, e5hd wan ._, r.-. ..Mrud e..N 1Ii MFIN. .. The.ktixiWm. i CADUCtUI. e.dI.e INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE OFFICERSOF
widow during her lifetime. UponMrt. ( rM'plea "'
CMvli of Florida City ..ndRI'dI.n,1 'U't. : : : ;..
ruchi' death the entire tilt.Muwl '*ymkU tNllpa, the MM win
community churches. and .. C.ett: wi .his. Mot. wirlartolo. aw a wild ern l .In liltpnlccHngtrwt l THIS INSTITUTION ,
trust, la sated to go U> Miss Fuchi, r ...u...... .1. Coot".b 'AN.II AUTO HACK ANDIsOIN10at' peel h.."..TktM. ....
the Rev Alfred Hedberg of Sliver ..... PAYIII eve year
N.N. .r
If and when she I I. SO year vl Palm Methodist Church ...... ...errwwrt. MM ...01,....,* .emssub ..... . t..II phytk5.. end yew" htandly' !
t tHIIll HOW ...... .
age .M a! IM MUM at u.._.. PivttM. WhM per bees a
,) .ff* nr i a ntn' w.r MR rwrw'cr IHH AND CAM DAY nmlprlm ta too ...._nolt4-_
.0 '11" of NKU< : *r tKH r.. .... I ItOION PAshOtllvnuocs' herbs the loll Pni| .....* fw I BANK
Bciuon Electric Ha Puta'' W 41'. ( lor. 147'< N I I.Ttn PAT THE FIRST NATIONAL
ncnuon Electric Has .nN..Auw.ry.Caellh.pwny.
roll t.iMi ta WtWm 14. T.w.. ,
Ml .... .. .... 'I'
M peak rus I. the I TMUlll SHOw .. ,

HQTPOINTAPPLIAN.Q5SJ. t i Pilco!] Appliance; K: "dF1.7a., :..L'WMNkkeew, :: ''IOU'"'' DAY .(DIXIE, ,DRUG I OF .HOMESTEAD, FLA. .-... ; - 1
., be II.,0 antlarIRet I ..
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Frtareltn. rh 441 1. Prtoeete*, TK 441It's ,. tit a.e..0 UM.eeu. eceutat DAY Fl* I r'. a .. '''$'r.. 'f Lot 'i ,
.. 111, I paANpSTANDAIISACTIO.d< I'kene it w. Deliver
I Id 1. ma audit LMstr ('Ito. TM' ..
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r wbbrd b C.NIIMI. '". I CAVARIUA' DAY
Mo M*. "..* .mint ft MM IMWWl I j 1
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tot U Mil" I O.UI a MI Mint.MT
the other fellow'sTelephone ( 4. flu. B.* I*. If**. n ta Ik* .AAAOt Now You Can Have ;
Ul, *l tt_. OHt ft D.4*. *>.<. '
ft rW M xnkmcW In VrtHrlmM \ '" t IMMNC DAYAND
... Tk Mn-imiH oMM Ma" PARAOC.
.rl, eels Ik* MM rrUn.M*. |.MM4WM ....1* INDIVIDUALIAN5tcat t.t t.
U Ik* MM '"T UWe.e.Ueawh.e.4

. ...... lrMln. ar.1.5 K. 4 4HIW tanaea'. Ul RIM i.. (11.11. Auto' aartl PAY t Your Neon Sign Made .
so Hit .. Cwnri BiMlrwlMl, Pies MMkpel. 4.N CLVI DAY 'a
1, Pee. !. IM cur w MU-I, ,
Oe.b W IIMK awi 1 rw**., MMt
.h..4 Ie < 'HM'' N*. I IM. TW HOaiDA tTATI PALS V. I i
a.w e.t ., ..M" ...ems .IMIM theM end i
Utojnti AuotKi
e..ll5k''. herd ear .la lb. ?

] lfi 1r' LJt W.aaM"ikM--'I.of MM 11"_MtlUlxlM... .... ha M.H drd W. will n.i TAMPA. (leessa retk Erected and Maintained LocallyEstimates

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1 GiJlQ[ ... it, r*. .. i*. it ii. IMM made without obligation. Designs

before work is /
sketched for your approval ,' ,

Buick and'Pontiac .
'''< started. :. ',. /V
I : : l

'Bird .4, / .*.-
Preston B. Motor Co. : :

Ail makes yeinsaVtltwfelel I !

Genuine parts I t When you have your sign erected by us and ,I


r. ',,>;;'.;:',' serviced by us, you sidestep the grief of trying. :**

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Senic on All Makes !??i /*,:;.' :. to get service out, of busy I metropolitan Miami. .- ,'; ,'. ,;

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fl your telephone.. the only one ta town,li wouldn't I PAINTAND .('

be worth very much to yoa It's the-tcoe you cancel i t We also are expert in indirect lighting and- ,. '.

and the people who can caJJ you that autei Ickphone BODY SHOP '

Rico much.rhe -. : .. commercial sips including window J
<< veaa ao E I regular' 't.

value of )'OUI1c1cpbono Inotaac: u mote sew '

klephxmct are Jmtaned. Today i there ire more than wall and truck lettering. ,':J' }, _,' ''' ; I:'

two* nanylelephonea bt sons M there were before I ') .

the war and new ones continue to ga I ifl KI record Tarn I Gold Seal Used Cars

Probably tome of your friend* or relativce are 401004 I .

dIeM thousands Upon thousands -of 'new aubtcribert i at-DAT CCAKANTCE

:. Yes.1t\ the other WW: Ie4 one IhMasw ((0 makeyoun I

ao valuable."When . 44. INmtUc Streamliner ..... sedan : Homestead Neon 'Signs

conakkr how much It does log you at &e ,
price.. you pay, telephone service Ilaisds oat M OM ottodaft 47 .

real barjaln .' NO Buick 4-door stefan
1$. E.5. L. Lefebvre, Owner .
'H Bttkk'doar sedan

l. f.. I'".H0w I Above Can: Freei Local Owen i 205 North Krome Ave. Next te & Radio

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CHASE NATIONAL; I MMtTBAU. CAUNBARFriday I GROWERS FIVE School Kkk See CirciN DWtiet Cafe Lssgw Churtttt lab and Tackle. Dou- LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Friday J** 27. 1960-3 .

Jan >7- Ms***** at Ai GueMi t of Sponsor I sates Opener Feb. 1 S We.kndsr. wQ lie elkatMdeetk .
TO t Homestead High; Rimrstd at week R..t..Uen. Books MamSAead IM.rned close In
BACK SMALL \ The pupil of Fieri. ** CHy The DtdlaM DMHrt BatMMl -
ledtana. lb M/a r wb. wl.. aeMnee -gvivVitnt Were the MrCrorv Arcade next Wnlnrsdft ,-
School will be g.ttite ef the FloeN. league will ewer play with *v 0e
to play, a city btakeMNll nnounm Mr. A H I
Saturday Jan. JtV-Homwteariat . City Klwanlt Ot* tt Mry'aahowl'a a ttettUt-hotxler at T 18 Thursday'
il BUS LOANSA Bj ALLAN LEST .Vague ta being argauiltert. to take For the i itntmltine el x-al .in .M.Hi Tht iHiofcs will rrmint ",
Miami High' I: Krdland High at of the Norn tVetlttiibiaii night In the Redland High School
In player not signed) War the voters, the county registration the rricv through Balutrl i' ,,
Fence Friday. tight the H H s. Grow gym National Guard will play
prorm *f etststance Memail era scored this teeaens ateead the Florida C'll' Fire \DetMUlmtnt, .dlelekt tealua _books..._._w_11be\__.._.__brought.._n_to.._the-Feb->>-II. _. .----------
"business sue a nallonwUt. ) Monday. Jan M All-Stan va.'I'IImer' victory over" HedVand with a tally in<1 the Haberdashers will tackle
Y baafo. .ta co-operation with teal. Sport Shop at Miami, of 41-94 Homestead led each

correspondent beaks. WM announced 1DdIaon. quarter brae. IS-It M-14 and ral r
this week by 3l-* For the winners the etor-
Wlatkrap Tuesday. Jan II-All-SUn I Boys !
W. Aldrk, chairman" of the note, opponent to be announced Ins hone went lo Roy Sincere. stf !
board of the ChaW National and Bob Roper who had IS and Today
Bank of New York H. reported Wednesday. Feb l-8t Pet I' II pofrfttt '"'*'""11. Carl Motley
that 01...'. (ward of director rkks at Homestead Hig. *.. bucketed 19 point for the '
hat authorized the establishment Rattler"*. I FLORIDA CITY FH J... IIAe Get Set for Spring :
Thursday, FM.heedtr. -JleMkM
of loan fund, in the amount of National Guard ve. liar- The following night the Grower *..lret KIwMla. flab\
$10.000,000 at the outset, for the Haberdashers I faced 6S. Peter and Paul and ([H, Water Merit LedTomorrow
ida city Fire Dept
of 1! turned them back J7-J4 TheKVappJr
/ purpose participating with its vs. Oversea Ball and Tarkle.
correspondent banks In Panthers showed Homestead -
extending !
All-Stara; va. Eastern Airline Hi
loam to small buttneaset in their Miami Edison.Friday they were a stronger team Kaynce Knit
communities. than at the beginning of the season I
The J-Miaml at Bob led the DOlUSIIaL. I... UIJiNwlD '
Flrtt Nation) Bank ofHoneNead Feb. Tech Roper winning 1'
one of Chaw Nation Homestead High; Riverside at attack w Kh If point Menwrlal IteteJtalllalnlta Foal ShirtsIn I
al i corraponent banks, anneuncM Redland On Tuesday the Grower y Drive .
M participation In the pro. traveled to Miami Jackson and
tram in an advertisement elsewhere were nosed out 3t-3t by theCentrals. ., the new Boh -knita

In thin .issue of the leader- One of the main reason -
Enterprise. nSIDNG NEWSBy \ 't for the Grower defeat was 2 Shows Each Day 1 trij>e.Sizra .

ThU plan hat been devised to FACrm and DEITZ that they had to overcome a 1S-S 2:30 and 8 I). M. 4 to 1C.
meet, at least In part, the ton first quarter score. The Generalsled f .A-'....
tcntion that acme.1.1111 builnen. ] 13-11 at half-time I e
,n and agriculturist are unableto Roy Sincere WM high man for THE EUJ'IIANTIJ: ARE ..L $1.50
obtain the Intermediate term MIAMI REACH OCEAN the night at hq bucketed IS point roMaNo
credit they require: Chase' i TIDES for the Grower attack
Board Chairman Aldrich i Mid In
Hlrt LrAW I The Grower with a record ofIl
hit announcement 'Whether or I PM. AM PM \ win and two defeat will fire Home Bros.
not this la true we believe the Jan.17 J:S3 24: } >:84 S:S3
commercial bank of this countrycan : Jan.28 3:n i:43 lUll: I:41 I Pompano on the Pompano will travelto court ** JUUinii-.Sim.__.,__. "l
lonlnht Saturday they
and will meet the J.n,19 4;2S 4:19 10 46 10:41 Miami High and face the Sting Circus at the town waterworkilot ,
need of small business le'ltlm.I'1 Jan.10 Itt: '133: II36: II IS2: trees whom they defeated three The club is sponsoring the
credit"Homestead J.n.31 6:106:26 : U:2} I week ago The following Wednesday circus billed at the largest one. Tropical ,
Feb 1 1:50: SS3 280: 3:U the Grower take on St ring animal dress In America, for '
\ All-Star Feb. 2 9:33 941 3:34 3:W Patrick here benefit of its community proJects I

Trim Belle Glade 8547tfomettead it.oRms RETSrtorw. I fund Slacks
OIl". .iw., iu>i iKnr Saturday, the circus will moveto
_AAARasA1Yr ..
All-SUn defeated K Belle Clad, 85-47 Saturday night ,.w H..k. I.SIMra4 a.W. formance for Lincoln MemorialHoRplUl Smart Ilurmil
on the losers' court. Jell Lott : .... Ken HkrarM. Nay AM IMAdorn Runners-tip for Title The big tent w 11be\
; KIT II....... Nay A4H 5.0 In all wantetlrshadcs.t
paced the vicars with it poInU ..MMt. K.r AM1iM.pkl. eta. I pitched on Halnlin dr I
Cut *m4 AM a,isIyn Homestead High girl* B bas
Kv >
The Start scheduled to Shows will be presented etch 1C
...... 0,w ketbnll team won four out of Sizes 8 to
" play Concannon'i of Coral Cabin : G...... c.... Kw lam AM.. ea. day it ):30 and It 8 p. m. Ji
,.... ......... La_ !K4M hMMnah. five game In the iport day I
I here Jut night Next week at gee --- -- --- - -- -- ----
.. tusk Add.. aM competition Friday at Miami j
1 Miami Edison, the Stan will play :Roo* AMLivHUMvliM : Jackson I $6.95..
*155 545U.r
Turner Sport Shop on Mondayand FarmerGreen's ,
M.t ensM lIor ,IlL pall, "old a,. By small margins, the A team .
on -
KM. EI w1. liar 510
1 A home game la being .In tin. win Wee KlorMl "Bur tNr lost all five encounters Judy
planned for Tuesday night, but prkdielat.. b mvllllbta.' Gray of Homestead ws presented Poultry '
the opposing team hat not been Nice catches for the past verb with a gold basketball for win \ V

I announced. I were made by Mr, and M.... Her. nlng first place In free throw Farm
Judy and Jeanrtte Ott of Redland
bert Turner who fiiihcd the Shark
Loses I lied In connecting for IT out of Classmates
to Tech River area with Capt. Ike Smith
25 then Judy won the play-off
In Overtime Cage Game' Using<< live shrimp, they caught with five straight throw Under
65 sheep&head 48 snapper, seven!
Redland! High, School Diamondbacks I redfUh seven jack two mackerel I, In the B game. Homestead defeated New ManagementSPECIAL Shoes

were edged out 40-J8 by and a 'jewflsh. Edison Ponce de Leon,
Miami II. Dean fished Redland and Jackson before going THIS WEEK Trained Animal. "
Technical High School In Roy Pope and Scuff toe built-in
before Miami with
High a ,
I an overtime game Tuesday night Turtle Harbor with mullet and r
j on the losen court. Herb Reeves caught two grouper, eight barracuda score of 13.2. arch support.A .
I free throw In the overtime play eight grunts, a yellow Joyce Schowalter was high Fryers30c CircusTruly \
; ,clinched the game for the visitor. tall, a snapper and two Jack scorer on the B team with 14 I to J) \\Uth
Jack Ceckler paced the Dia Alvin Simmons and Glenn Simmons points, and Mary Lou Mussel-
mondbacks' offensive with five fished Card Sound with white starred for the A team with

buckets and four foul shot, Ger- i mullet and caught 11 snapper 12 points, lb. an inconceivable I $5.95
.Smith was Tech sharpshooter' six porgies, three blue runner Dressed and Drawn I
-wlmi point _.a'' I''a I.I It and a grouper. Arthur Brandenburg array of amazing cirrus l"

. . Wins Honors at EmoryArthur 22c lb.1I a' arts and-artists.- --Ji1n..Sh rp Clathiers

''E.' 'F. Gordon & SonSand Brandenburg of Home Live Weight. AN OLD FASHIONED CIaCUA

stead, sophomofe at Emory Unl.veriity
made Richard. S*. A Waldln Dr. 32 S. Krone' Homestead Phone 487
was this week assistant Adults ate Children th! ,
Fill publicity manager for the Pities (91-XW 'Tae IncludedBrooks

Rock Emory University Glee Club __ ____ __ __ __ u___ .._ ___ ____
During the fall quarter Mr.

, Mason's\ Sand Brandenburg served as feature Benson Electric Has I
editor of the Phoenix, quarter

I ly school publication.A HOTPOINTAPPLIANCES Benson Electric :
1 Soil
Top son of Mr and Mr H. L. Inc. hUdqUar t ersfora'
Brandenburg of lOse tl. W: First 1 1faae4

185 N. W. 4th St. Tel. 772.J ave, Mr Brandenburg I II a grad.uate FrlDreton, rte 441 ,
of Homestead High School

Oldest Completely S P' rilleS' I t

MOst POWThFULtY A.F, lfol/) wllk. Perlo" .
I Equipped GroveCaretaken '
..Goat teildamner. f If ._ ""n 9 :J V

''f Creel' .earlavlty deer nQuIO Ever
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Chevrolet Trucks .... Yeti y... Mrloy reo -. I

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Gltsenlte" lasut.nuulle ,
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KARKOTEVKDEanODT In Rich Mahog.sag

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Brand swtfoa pokes. _
I .-iMwosbinetetyUi.Batytetu .

VkioB Dial Fto-t p r.
9seassas arse emaidat
Stops Underbody the price I
Rust, Rattle and not II Yours lot Only

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Applied under boot fenders, f

., A __floor and chtstls.: Keeps new I $21Daw
'" can new and old can young

.. Order your Ktrkote Job ,..

Introducing a now

TI- V Great Load-Master !105"! Engine

,1'0...most powerful truck engine b ......-.._ Engine. aba. deliver Texan One-Stop

Chevrolet history! And k'l hen BOW mgt power with improved] performance -
CHEVROLET/ to >tvyou a new high fa ao-the-Job Station< Pay Bt ,; ,
for 1950 .
performance your hauling
Com ta and look over these cwOwnofct
This great Load-Mttter Vahto. Truck .fa the Ught of your
V i 4 Head engine wkh 105 horsepower Oft hauling petdt. Sot uU the impor- .. .. DON SON 'EASY .Ig ttaaft Imy antic

enable you to speed op heavy-duty tut Improwmeott for |9Sa See how N. ...... M. naateelMl "'1CO i.. .... pee* pro
PLADVANCEDESIGN I: schedules-complete non deliveries Chevrolet odes Just the model youwasjiwith T E forrae ew Myles. .ere II GefBjt) Morin FWttktuaJag eat

fa lest time. And for light- and medi- more power and greater ..... la $ 10 MllCO, Ml Real buoy with, jg AAJ5!
: TRUCKS -didy! hauling, Chevrolet i famed value that earl. *...... Ivory. 42 taw perfontaace Ie anti. ,. "!,'/t

PlMOIMANCt' LlADIM a. PATIOAD, LlADIBI .rO'ULAllfY.', L- III a Piici L.1 -lAD III Benson Electric Services Benson Electric 'Co.Tatar
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Radios' & Refrigerator .

BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY Mawetae.Ffc 441 ,P eeewla, FIa..Phsaq 442.

dependable tetJItM Lesion In rrtaeetM steers tilt.
I Wl N. Krone Ate, Homestead ,fh ne 88Y64'ix WAW. ADS PAY -IaaMlll .......

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DIIUlIIIIIIHIIIIIIIBlIIUIflIUIIUlU, beltat t dane. liVID the llr 1 A 8eer II reeu>...- LEADER-ENTERPRISE. 'FrkII-) ,"ran. 2T 1 *!
Boy Scouts Mark 40th Anniversary I Homestead and Hedltnd high. I atlnc from injuries) Buffered In "

Leader-Enterprise' i ." chool baakrlbill' _teams an automobile wreck "

p.411 a It.1. 't TiY" ,-;'' I I i 20 Years Agama I I ROOFING, ALL TYPES "' i

......... PMfcn/ M tat tMk RnA. ., , : ....... ..... 01 .--.. i
?.. BiaiMMl.. ru.. tr ... Bnrtk pads !! 1. .See-----01.-.. .- M* to M4' ..i...I No jobs too large or too email,

w M./.1 ...-. t..dd ,-
11.. IHI tile 1 ad_read...Oil.....If... -11.4.Nis : I Repairs. Modern equipment
III:1f AadRMN.MAkJOpl ..... tic j itS Insured and ed. .
p....... la SaiL ,, appro

+ LltACII. ..-ARCataMaa.rla. /N IIIiiIIIiIIIIiHhII/ Iiiilullllllllllllllllll"Mon / TiiCk. (I For contact nlllroakcr'l 62 or 813

MART Men nlllU.... ..DICItlJfIOIf...... i tst than M heard I croup \
of Mra. Harvey FJlzpatrlck piano B.M.MOORETilE -

I. ,we spe.CaIPTIOM.. ..RATtII. -, pupils five a recital il the home
II.'" .. 'I'" of Mra. Frank Skill Presented
_. I'''' .
01 c..tJl I '
0wI0W0, ....., p" a.... were Annabel and Theresa Redd
France McOarrah, Alta Webster.

..1 004 r .rag hr _U a.lln st Frank Lindeman, Lola Roberta
=.1e'riwM4 :-.01:a..1 :: Gw Theodore Franklin, Eddie: Cooper,
........ L lit. Otha Heckler, Francla Fitzpatrick,
Dorothy ROM Beaale Robert,
Margaret McOarrah, Helen Lehman MarblE

FJIONES Elizabeth Skill, Louie ton* Use Your ,
t Fitzpatrick, ROM Caves, Lola Walk .
f (Continued from Page One) r, Coma Davla' Elizabeth Horne;'
cam of by next fail Marguerite Wollam Nancy Boyer,
For the fourth consecutive Marjorie and Wilma Cooper, Rob. New Telephone Directory 1 1I Tcrrazzo

txxtwar year, telephone growth erU Horn., Miriam Burton, Her-
and d.m.ndn\ Florida during nice McEwen and Sarah and

,II4' continued at an amazing pact Carol Henderaon. ." I The telephone directory that baa Just
which spotlighted the suit'a pan S Dr. J D Tower, M P Wollam ,I '"
tn the rapidly developing new r j land Chas. 0, Turner left . Wr I been delivered contains many new and
South-and the telephone a contribution \ ,
Prteribur to represent the
to that progress., accordln llomcitea)! Building and Loan I changed listings which inukc your old Let us give you an estimate on the

| to State. Manager A. B Association at a Hate convention , directory out of dale Beginning at once
Doolay"In I i terrazzo and tile work in
the homes and business I On auRgeiitlnn of Prenldfit to use the new directory will help you get your new-
efllrea ofrlorlda, the Southern
'. Bell Telephone Company added Frank Ruo, Homestead RotarlRnij faster, more accurate telephone\ wrvire. building or in modernizing
went your
j I In I body to Jet tht rock
IM20 telephones during the year, I
bringing to over07,000 the totalIn sculpturing done aa a hobby by You can avoid many vrong numlxr I
Ed Lrednkalnln, who came.from present home. Craftsmanlike work
service at the year-end," he when in
aide I t,ilvla 20 yean ago ." by referring to the directory

"The company In four years has I The New F4ig1andnn, about 40 .doubt.."'ref ormalion"will help you H lieu I guaranteed. Many\ : patterns of material
winter mldenta Florida ,
added In Florida at City .
171.500 telephones ,
Official the birthday
pester marking I
and Its expenditure for new I enjoyed a picnic . at Royal; \ the number you want It not listed.Couthtrn .
facilities In Florid. In, the four- nil <0lh anniversary of the, 'port to 'the Nation" at Wsnh: Palm Park . ." I to choose from.
be Ington, 1)C.. where the Move .
of America will
Scouts ,
year period total $77 000,000. Boy tent was .incorporated, Feb S, Mrs J. W. Avery and son hell Telephone and Telearaph Company
reb to
Observed I every '
Is record of Jason, among \those 'who
"Amailng this were
as 1910 They will also take part ,
performance' the scope of demands than part 1300000 of the, nation boys and by adult mote In an Impressive ceremony at went to the Coral Cablet Coil- 1 IMeOaesA1n1As We sell tile to owners or contractors.We .
for new service which Independence Hall In I'hila arum to hear Sir Larry Lauder"

'Florida has made on Southern leaden the birthday'Strengthen theme Llbrrly"II The Boy dolphin The" hiKhliRht, of Imo! will be "The Presbyterian school of I stock only the best makes to
Bell are even more striking Approximately Scouts Lrusadr to Strengthen the Second Nstloiml Jamboree missions met at the home of t
I 410000 peopli have I the Arm of I Ibcrty" cone which will aec 40000( Smuts Mr, and Mrs. J. M Holferty of insure
applied lor telephone service In linucs through 1030 and Leaders camping togetherat South AllapatUh Gardens ." You, BpildInsulate quality appearance in your
Florida since the war, It was During Boy Scout Week Valley Forge, Pa, from "Mr. Mrs
closed "At the end of leU, dll'j Units will hold Cniaad. June 30 to July A. Including and ;Claude. . Campbellheld building.
house In honor of
Nifht a when 1349 Smuts of other lanris open
only 29000 of the 430000 were Crusade Award will be pre Sine 1110 more than 16,. the first anniversary of their
still waiting for service. etnttd KepreieMlng/ the 1 12 500000 bon snd men have wedding ..," Beautify
"Applications continued heavy Scott Regions. 12 ouUUndmg been Idrnt'llIl'd1111 the Boy Mrs Mary D. entertained
right on up to the end of IUD Boy Scouts will make a "Re. Scouts of Antn.ceTOMATO Frye
. This fact proves that the needsand at a dinner party In honor of the' I .

the requests for telephone continuing heavy, Southern Bell I'UICES birthday and Wm.anniversaries Macomber. ,"of herself 't
service that have been expressed Into 1910 with continuation Waterproof
to us go much deeper than the of Iota the service improvement a and I (Continued from Take.: Ont) 'The Mlisrs Mary and Hose ; With.

backlog of war', If the telephone expansion activities already well i for the 1 Ike period, last week Tower and Gordon Ivey were Southern Tile do:
demand Ih.t,1 have experienced
under way In Florida. New capital Average price we. $411 ;
I (during these four years had 'been added to the laige sums already A heavy volume of beans sold t -
nothing more than backed-up applications spent, must I b. attracted to at from $1 to $3.SO for pole, fromU 50lb. . ,
I i I from the war, we would the business and put to work to 50 to 13 for tender green, and MiAMI . : :
have caught up with all service help finish I the job of bringing from $3 to $321 for black valentine iNU1'A'TICp 'f "
l I orders two or three years ago," the public added convenience and Squish brought.: from $2 to, ICE BOXES tI 2500 S.W 2Sth Lane Phones 4-6037-4-4473
"With demands for the service unefulneu" from the telephone" 13 a hamper"DOifr t LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE:

f i I $14.93Ovcrseas.Bait;) 'I I / tf i Orval) M Irwin, (:or. lllh St. and Old Dixie.

Benson Electric: Has .
P. O.Bag .10, ilusne tead' ,, .1. .
of, IIOTPOINTAPPLIANCES: : ..;;.. :. .. &: '., ,

I I FORGET!! Tackle Shop '.

rrtoeeton\ Fh. tel
8. Kreme Ave. I. FamUl

I Phone 615Rfor ,
r HOTir' or *m NATION FOR I
r ir.RHON* AUK. HrKKHY NOTS.nw'tiM ) .
M Mim<>r. K<*r.." 4, _"ai.e..hat, P, M.
III IM CMr Mill' .l M.anwl..A, rturM. Fry U. When You NeedA ( I
lt, tllf' Co iirU will .hiM a uklk r.Hln 1'i
to 11
: to flMMt mp MMlnt on th* fnllovlnflAwrltod Haircut Complete Flooring Service
..... ta Uw lll. .t HuHwlM4, or
teas, 1 s'sei i iIt's ?
IXM. |' 'till Ikra TwMitiMMmi Shave ?
.I' the 1950
'nwiMiv .
tn mrt s i ru .
Mciuf.' MwnMiit l. .... ri.l llwraotItKitit __ 1 r And Formica Cabinet Tops"
.. PI.1' tank II.' 1'... SIrwM llalrral *j. -,-- ISt
I, ef lh.. .P11t. a..e 01 .,... Oa.alr.'. have _. . __,..___ SOeihampM

Tin .n.*.il fk.... Ie! IM tonlnt al lktlM > (Meditated) I."
ab..r hle II to .......... /I. ... March of Dimes
I '"4 Ankto 4 01 OHlMiw* Nil S4S I Facial rack _ 75eMaasae
11. A>m mini ( *MW* WU .1
ew 1lr oI..M-: YI'M., a. NAMtk..l.a. (plun) .- ,... JcCMnbhtatUa
Ow w d.o-l.d laa in.rdw
IIMI IM ..=-war ..d| ,nrM Facial >_._ 75
5.-S., ... All Ina.I.d .r. .to.r I 1
.55.d,. $ .II.d thlo'a write I Ctn lmign. Testy ._. _:-Se
1M.a. ,.lie M,C"....-,. that-. ...... _......1 MuUche Trim' _...__/1.. Homestead! Ha.,

Tarfhb.; : ...k tar hoMKhTitAnft at 10.:....* i DntV'or' F. E. a .Fertilizer Co.L'l' 8b.....* ((FUla) --:...,. $5rBUSIi'S ,Time-Tested!

K. KDWAHriS.UH. ClIp m.a.. I ...-
When "The Insul- "
-. M, It IMO| you build-l'cmcmwrl j ;-
I--;; ,-- ; ---I; ;- ; Mastic laboratories Int.ul-Mastic
I ; ': iI [ '; ; i guarantee ,

I Barber Shop I an oil-basomaterial, for ten yeqrs againstall iraGS DEEDEDREPAIRS.:

NEEDo D SOMETHING weather conditions I Insul-Ma is applied . .
Off. City HaD 1_r
I to a trickncss'equal to 15 coats of t

jour Iron or farm supply problems puzzle )'ou1 ordinary house paint with especially designed 1 \Z NEW PORCH

I I' Maybe\ we can help. for .jour information we l list below a air by skilled NEW ROOF
complete! line of compressor spray guns
(icidcs and inset1 workmen. Insul-Msstic covers any surface: --- -

1 I FERTILIZERS rough or smooth. Available in white or : NEW SIDING

, 4.1-510.0.10.:J-8-8, .9-3, 12-0-10, 5-7-5, 12-1-2, 8-8-8, 6-6-6, t beautiful pastel shades, Insul-Mastic is MAKEf HIM iNbWi? riOORINO DORMERS .

0-11-10, special fonFMTIUZEa mulas on request dusted t with a protective coating of mica ,
vyau y
: MATEK1AUNllraU FUNGICIDES! MISCELLANEOUS which deflects the heat rays I v< ll. thK' pc ATTIC:.

t .(' Sad rariate Neutral Zlaa GARAGe DOO'RSINSUL
Zinc Sulfate ..* Lime Mantaaeae
'. BvJfate Neatest tipper N t D.r..l Spreader Rlkker TION ,
e'....'. Corer: ton. w ;
Nitrate M rash. Capper Sulfate Ire Sulfate Dial 43-9510 >iitycni ni AIC luilf i y ANOTHER BATHROOM .
\, H p, F. ': nieni-l ti >Na tad .) N. ;
Aauwalim. NitrateMwtate Sulphur or 836932For /y BATHROOM REPAIRS
reriale Hf.,. UL.,
PouhaulfaN Advlfe' and Free STn J MODERNIZE ROOMS-
.! FataakEajee Estimate on Your Job! PLASTERINGPAINTING
DDT EnahlM Undretk Temate Seed
D D T enable Powder *
1.ll.te ., .
r.tuk MaiaenUTiakacea "
wm\H ES
", B II C 11% Gamma Ixjmer
'" OII..e Crave spraying. l Easy Term.-

I Vraranl I Rmtt........ EmuWee JII..III. PvMI; apses 5l4 Meee) -.j I Team M' r.t
Iliad WMrlb lM FertlllalnfLead .hall. aM eup..Me at.d.itl 'y
Psperph.spbalt. TaxapJieae.. WetUble Fender .. want mu N..Iw
Pruning ......
Araenato Sale t-*T .e tint If
CaUr Ibmtee Mekla pee haw gust MM** M .... 1I I
Poultry MsaareFlorida CalrliM Araraale Senrlce en,. .(... nasal. n. .
Bean Dw4 CenwIUUiMi Grove | Now a M.Iae.saw.aedraw. ......Jaw Wi""a.wN Thu. I t )f \'
/ Ie Ir I
Oil tlll.I.... firm Contract CareUklnit rOy. a. "lOt _. pwntalalean. '
"...... 5.05",. N
buy N* .Mi..llM.. MM. II. BROOKER LUMBER CO. I
rtir W.ICWK. WMMI H..M>
E;ast Coast Fertilizer Co. *... vlww la IMM kM I !
Mow .."..... N .- *.
.Manufacturer of S. Flagler' Ave, Homestead Phones 62 and 81

'"REDPhone AND ,ItRANI) FERTILIZERS' Welcome wagon A

16 'Henry R iMdgen. lgr. Homestead." : Fla. !Mrs.. Geraldine Champney Leader-Enterprise Want Ado Bring Result*)' j ,

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New reakcWt... DIN w.. Mr. and ..... .. .., ...... ..... A. DOS* tMr t Ct Red Mn. star Rower *.- 1
..... (). r. .......... at Oev. the bases. of Mr. and Mrs a., ere u Near Mid, Neadk I 1tId.M. OsiaeevUe uM week a UsKewer'r I LKADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, JM. 27, ltIt-C
> I Mad l wfce ate .liuiMlij a Into a U McCarbwy wore Mr. and U*, the aeeaaa her.r .... Jdw, who Isa 1
> In and Around N. W. 14* at "lust wet at Second M. T. Ktanor sad Mr. and MSB.Chm je ra.IV d rlertBs Mae oM a wIlar vsc..w are i,
ave Mr. Sttowaitor la anwale ...... and so.. Oartes r sat Mrs.A. r CoRey of Mr. MM Mr.. J. W. deals dalreaeer
of R. R. eoowtlter of Jr. ill of South. Miami. t. Is.Mrs. .
leeks NstsMs, O. sre y>endi rag Freak. % Little of Cedar Rap- FLORENCE
Homeeteed.Mr . Aedenea sad leby SSSM Usse bere for boaoftt at Mrs. Ms. !., ....... ol Mn. Ftwrit M. 1
: Homestead Janet Marls ot Call's health, Kent of Nannie rd., underwit a Charter leaden of Vsri :
and Mss 0. V. Deyo e| and Chat Andersen .1 major I... M Mr. lest. vim N. Y., to e bout* vis* atOmUmied Invitee to
Uttle Yalta N. y, have built a Mrs. Andersen. and "' : s__ s wteter vacation here who had "been eparM to re...... ( on Pet Wee) you .
new borne >**t aouth of !t r krp are the former M.... Mr. Mrs. top( for l'.I
are P home
Highway, and Dorothy K.lnner Bridgeport and, Cam J. Ones of Cedw after Raoldt a, will hurt rust remain kip there to ..........-....................

i Recently returned home from i I Pet and Mn Glenn Dickinson I Mr and Mrs. Khmer until Mr. Littie has reoovend.Mr. JAMES ARCHER SMITH\ Curb? Service \
Jackson Memorial Hospital were returned Sunday from a honeymoon Mr and Mn. Q. W. Miller of seedy made their home hers, f fSpending Among Honnsstssd visitors this IIOSriTAt, NEWS ..
ln Arthur HernrnUiis ot Oouldt Iowa are oceupyinf their new week Msx MIl Mr T. ..I..o.Ut
I spent in Palmetto and Tam. were Wslnwriihl HI, Mean of De- ;
nd 1Ierdu&her, Deborah who home on N. W. 17th ave. Just east of Nev., I NN//NH//IH111INI
pa Mn. Dickinson, who wu the week-end hers at Biker ft E. UMts. of troll an apendlim" Uw ate.on at "!;'
rat born Jan. 11. Mrt Hemming I Miss Jo Anne Seymour of Palmetto of Second ave. The Millers par- the home of the Rev. and Mrs f. Hint, Mien, sad U a. BssAkner Rock Halter In their. trader. Medical. peUanta-Mn. Madeline .,:i
i the former Mia Oulda Leggettof I until their marriage Jan. 14 eats of Mr and Mr. M. H.'Cal., J. Lottlch were Mrs, R. E. Sawyer of Orlando. QuMin. Wm. Koon, Dr. II '
Goulds.. In Homestead Presbyterian latin" plan to make their perm I Mrs Sue Hackney and Mist Spending r vaaatlon That Oeteawsy, Or .John Olb- n 1
-- I Church will make her home temporarily nent home here after a return to Annie Plerson. all of CusUs Victors to Homestead this weekincluded here an Mr. :ndW Mrs. Fay Suite bone, Homestead; Henry Lots, GADDM SODA SHOP "- I
Mr. and Mn Robert B. Cart of i with the bridegroom'sparents Iowa to settle their affairs. While here. the fuestt were entertained Mrs. N. SUiley of Chicago ot Pocahonti Ark. Couldi; Mrs. Elfreda Johnson, ,
Miami 1 are announcing the birth I Mr. and Mrs. S. L. DickInson with s trip to Key West Mrs Paul 1 H, Young ot Tavernler; Matthew Mclrmlt III N Brew Ave "iJ f
of a' aeven-pound eleven-ounce I when Pat Dickinson reports John T. Agnew of Naranja rd, Detroit Mill Helen Selfert fTriven Mr. and Mn. Harry K. Wheeler. Princeton; fhot, Sloane, Ptrrihe (leased I* yleneolSeheweher
a son, Robert Lowell on Jan. 20 in.Vlrtorl. for duty at MicDiU Field It expected home Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. Russell Keith of City, Mich, Dr. 0. J. of St Petersburg arrived this Surgery patllllta-M. Zelda ) :i
Hotpittl Mr. .and Mrt on Jan 31. Akron where he hit been attending Spencer, W. Vi, are expected to McLeod of Prederlrkton, N. a, week to spend tome time UHomeatewt. Suplee, Martha Jean Hickson, .
o already have- three-year- + a sales conference ot the spend the week-end hers st the Canada, Sidney Hannsn. of Worth I Homestead ,
'. elt daughter, Judy. Mrt Cut It Mr and M.... Edw. Myer of Beneral. Mie Tire and Rubber CaMr home of the Rev and Mrs. John Inglon, Minn, and Den Perlmanof
Standish" of Salem Ind,
former Mitt Marjorie Moser, Rldgefield, Conn., are visiting at in aunt of Mn. Agnew, It spending '. H. Whltt. Mr. Keith U s deacon New York City. \
.k daughter of Mr. and Mn. Ivan the home of their son and daugh of the First Baptist Church of
the winter the
Moter of Homestead.v nd Mr. ter-in-law. Mr. and Mn. F. D home Agnew Spencer ot which Mr. Whltt wu Mrs. John W. Chafer of( Pcrrlne, i iii \
Fad It a ton of' Mn. Bessie D. I Myer, and Mn. Myer't mother, at one time s pastor who It recuperating at her home
".. pat W Home tead.l after a serious fall it suffering
Mrs 0. A. Halnlin.
I Mr. and Mrs H. K Davit have from a reaction to tetanus shots. : Any Car Paintedi\
; :;;;; returned to their home In Me- Carl Van Winkle, former
; The Rev .. r. D. Dlod. Mr. and Mrs. D. P Blake,Jr., of Phtrson, Kan, after a twoweekvisit Homestead resident, expects to Spending winter. vacation.
jett of Barry, Vt, an house' South AlUpattah Gardens, who here with Mrs.. Davit mother leave soon for his home In Washington here on the Keys are Lytle H.
guests of their son-in-law and ,spent the week-end with rels- and cuter, Mrs. Esther Barnetteand D. C., after visiting In Nelson and Samuel P Nelson ot .
: daughter! .Mr. and Mrt F UCilia lives In Tampa were accompanied Miss Dolly Bamette. Mrs fort Lauderdale with his mother Aledo, III., and Luman Elliott and r r
home by Mr. Blake'i father Barrette continues IU in Dade I Mn. Harry 1C. Strider, Mr. Van Elmer Elliott of Reynolds, 111.
--- "' and' step-mother/ Mr. and _Mrs County Hospital Winkle It recuperating from In- 18-month Guarantee.
: and Mrs. Stephen Triim- D P. Blake of Concord.Ga.After Juries received In an automobile. Mrs H., H. He 'ett of Lake City
are planning to build a per-: a visit of aeveril day here the Mn Warren Gladden of Prln- accident on Jan 11. has been spending several months : : i I
tntnnt 7tdme'OIl their groveon senior Makes have returned. to cess Anne, Md. II a house gust here si a house guest of her : 1
{Tennessee rd. at Waldln drr their home. of tier son-in-law and daughter, Mri. Jot W. Irwin assistant brother-In-law and stater, Mr. and ' $29.95 .. '
I.e, (where they, new have a wctX-end -.., Mr. and Mns. A Douglass" Tower, postmaster st Princeton, hat been Mrs. a G. Taylor of Farm Ufo
l tinge- House gueslt of Mr. and Mn at their home at ISO N. W. Fifth called Cleveland, O., by the rd
i : I Adrian Jacobs are lfrMoyme st linen of her mother, Mrs. AU

.., ((Mr- and Mn David A Fisher" lineman of Paducah, Ky., and M.... ., verda Jones. I John H. Seymour has arrived
baby daughter, Fmnclne Mar. Florence r hill I pi of Flint,' Mich.' Mrs H. E. Srhaff and Mn T.J ,from Palmetto to 'lit.| Mid the season ,
:0<, 'MO, have ..returned to their hornsFsrm'Llfe r. Shevel leave this week to Mn Agnes Nylln ot Boston U here.
'" bn rd. after a stay iriMew Miss D-tty Brown and Miss ipend some time In Atlanta before a house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
York City Kalheriue Held of Kansas City, they BO to Hrndersnnville to Jot Carl on of W Avocado dr Winter residents here are Mr
:: Mo., hostesses on :MldContlnent open Mrs. Schiff summer home, and Mri Arthur W. Sibk of South Plastic Seat Covers
( Mrs. Green Rivet It 111 at her Airlines are spending a winter rin. Rebuff recently told her residence Mr.. Minnie Miles of Perrine (lend, Ind.Wet.krnd. I
Jiome on N. W.,.Seventh\ ave, I vacation here with MIM Brown'l here on N. Krome ave toDr. Is a patient In Dade Cuunty Hos j I
i." .. uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. 8. and Mrs. B. Y. Pennlngton.: pital.! I.. iljht-M{ n In HomektcHd -
.1' IMrs.. Blanche Bishop la In Victoria'Hospital L Dickinson and her' cousins, -- were Mr. and Mri OHM IUk'ns '- Tailored
In Miami recovering I Mr and Mrs, Wm. F. Dickinson Mr and Mrs. R. L. Scott and Week-end house guests of Mr and Mr and Mrs Mnrlfi 1 i to fit any car.
from a heart attack suffered Mini' Brown and Mist Held, who eon, Donnie former residents of and Mrs M R.: Wilson were. Mr. Norrdjke, all of Grand Hupiili,
while visiting her aster, Mri. It J had spent some time In Miami Inulds, have returned to their and Mrs. O M Montgomery. of MII'h. I
'I" E. tnsua, in Homestead Sunday I Inight. Beach, flew to Cuba Sunday on I home In Virginia after a visit with Sebrlng
. tight-seeing trip. Mn Scott's sister Mrs C G. Mr. and Mri. A P. Sin ten of :{ ,.
Calderwood of Firm Life rd. Guests at the home of Mr and Danville, III., me kpeiullitg; i winter '' $29.95
i f Mrs. C M Harrow are Mn. llar- ( vacation on the Keys. j '
Mr. and Mrs Edw\ A. Ash of row's sister and niece Mri W. I : ..: .'
.f I l>frost have arrived to spend H. Cook of Thomasville Ga, and Spending the winter in Home- !' , .
some time it their grove home on Mrs R. L. McLendon of Cairo', tend are Mr. and Mm. W. II\ .
Ir I W. Mowry dr. | Ca.HomeCooked. T, Roth of Alexandria Minn j I Furniture upholstered -; .

Mr and! Mrs. J. II. Grahuni ulNaranls I Estimates '
e cheerfully
r are enteiUlninu Mr. sad K.VCI.We n
Bi Food Mrs; W. H Mills of Mlm-rva, (n.I .
I, call for :and( deliver j

Fried Chicken a Specialty Whats: .anotbtr
Hot )Hiscilits with AH !Meals\

Home !Made\ 1 Tics wag of sa81n9MODERtrfj1 Bird Chevrolet Co.

Perhaps overeitlng It the most common s I
I" ,' f dietary Indiscretion. The natural remit .of SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANT )I07N...Kromc. Av.c: ", Hoacstcad, .| .. Ha :, T; .-- M.T( I Phone 98 ',
; ,overeating it "belle,. It has beta slid. that weIn '
ourselves Into U. 8. I Ju t N. ef IlomesteidGeorge Phone. tn.1t f
1 America cat s premature :
,- grave The pendulum then frequent! swings 9
"back to the other es'tome. We go oa a diet. :
Miay self-imposed reducing dices wouldn't WINDOWS I

keep s bird alive, and often icrioui vitamin, mineral and
J., : protein deficiencies result. A. CrawshawCity I

In recent years great<< strides have been made In our Aluminum Awning Steel Casement .,
t knowledge of nutrition. For the miintenioce of optImal I
}.'a'; :health one must be assured that proper balance of vsrious Engineer Aluminum Casement Aluminum DouMcHunuItomfh
foods it milntalned. For dietary advice of kind tee
'f \ any Hours: 1 to 4 P. M. Tuesday end Thursday I Aluminum Jalousies (Glary Jalousies)
)your physician Vo can then bs certain thai' all bodily Homestead City HU eaur t kukwl i'
,f : needs the being adequately met Bring your ft iKripdoni id
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I ;I I Social Events in South Dade . . by HaaptUIelearad NerneAeee. male austwrassh... 8P MRS. 'BARBER OF HENDERSONVtLUfi

nod Pr...=..... WoMen'
At, a card party Mandy. iriatt. I* Bghty-three guaata ware entertained 'i decoration of the rooms of fta
Samna Htsrt OlubhcAw Thatnenajr N,.. Dyal home at 41 W E Eighth HL
C J..Dys
HEAR II at coffee Hi hens af bee I
f AIIDEL PARMAN AND .WALTER PRICEMr I I PORTRAIT PAINTING FOR ART CLUB leer of the rtmt for which R Lewi-burr poured coffee
daughter Mrs A. F. Barber Jr,:
from silver
Tha Rev Paul L. Manning" of .... dub ha already furnished a service and Mjfc.
Jalousies and screens ot HendareonviUa.) Ovid Suillvea served puffy|-
., and MM. Oareiw. I. Pi*1 from the University of Fktridawhere Sacred Heart CelMIc Church, Emit 4urt. Miami artist gave .bja 'in falrchttd Trv4eal I Oardees Door per. donated by the Spring flowers. were used for wishes, coffee_cake. and nut*.

nun of Homestead art announcing he wn a member of Phi win be guest speaker at the m a demonstration of portrait painting , and. Mrs. Ben Arheron. the tub.members. were won by Mm -
UM ,entagement of f their I Kappa Tau fraternity He It asso- uvi of the Florida' City P. X at, the Monday evening meeting Blot! O"Hara water color das In W. E. McLandon, Nfl Evelyn !TERRINE STORY
h daughter Arden to Walter V.' elated with his father 'In Price Thursday evening Florida 't.1 of Homestead Art Club at the Coral Gables which several mem- FlUhugh Mrs Irving M. Wechs- LIBRARY HOUR BEGINS II

Price, son of Mr. and Mrs C C. Tour. a Key Wilt travel agency.DADF'COMMISSIONERSWIVES. School home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. CavesIn : ben of the olub attend. "r. Mr*. W. M. Owens, Mn. It. 1 SATURDAY UNDER SPONSORSHIP OF CLUB
Prlct\ of Key W tL No date hu Downer Palm With\ rapid :l Orange Juice and angel food It Rlnard Mrs. Clarence Louns

;' been Nt for the wedding. I HONORED I .head sun of stroke Mr he Robert"modeled"J. Hetater-the I cake nd strawberries lopped with were whipped served crams by vary, and Mrs. Leona Moran A storytelling hour for chil- lust back of Perrlne Community

J, The bride-to-be was graduated AT FISH FRY GIVEN BY DISTRICT FOUR man program chairman, and 1 I jtlie hates group, Mrs Caves, Nuts, mints and cold drink dren of all age will Va sponsoredby House, announces Mn H M.
rfrom Homestead High School la ,
even added some of the finishing Mrs Sarah Hoetetter, Mrs. Jesse were served. the Perrlne Woman' Club Brown, Jr.? club chairman of education .
1(43 and received a B. M degree Another benefit party I II slated ,
from Eajrlman School of Music In I The county commissioner and (Pat) Peters! Mr" and Mrs. 1. D.MaeVlear. detail Coleman and Mrs Lena Link. by the club for Feb 17 In .th*. from[ J to 4 o'clock each Saturday Mr. '
Ralph Platte will I
Among the others be
I Rochester N. V.,.'Lest June She department heads and their. wives Mr. and Mr loult An album of photograph ol present wIre Clubhouse. afternoon In' the Perrlne Library : glory
Dr. and Mrs Hausman, Mr. ..ndMI'I. teller for the program which' will
is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota I were guesU o| honor at a Ml fry fRed* Bnedlgar' and Mr. and Mrs his portraits, marine and landscape I -- -- -------
Fairfield Rock Mr ..ndMfL begin tomorrow.
prafeeeioftal 1 music fratemi MUtptrmin given Friday evening In the lecalcounty Jew Yarborough Alto presented drew admiring comment 1 I
a* ,It was passed from to H. F Bunhnell.! NfL Frank YOUNG BAPTISTS GIVE FAREWELL PARTY ,
}, teaches It Miami Con- yard at 41 8. W. Second were. Budget Board Member group I
Webb Mrs R. H Done, Mrs Robert I
": aervalory of Music and aerveiorcanlit ,it by the employee of Wit-let Luther, Chandler, Coning Board group. Ballard, Mrs. T. J. Fitzgerald, I FOR MISS\ ANDERSON AND MISS HAMMOCK Brlggi aboard hli yacht Coronet,
for 8t John'i Episcopal Four > Member J. R. Brooks, Mri. Before the program, Mn.Caves. I at the Flamingo Docks In Miami
I Mn. Jennie M. Sweeney, Mrs.
Church of Homeiteed Introduced by County Cummls- Chandler Dr. J. A. Smith county president, announced that the annual I Beach.
1 Lawrence Pope, Mrs Preston B. Young people of First Baptist vice In Selma.
A graduate of Convent of Miry stoner Preston B. Bird were the physician Mrs. Smith and the exhibit of the Florida Federation Bird M..... Chris Petersen, Mrs
Church of Homestead held a fare- After the program of singing, a
Immaculate In 1(41, the bridegroom lither four commissioners and ,heads of various county departmenta of Art will be held hereIn P.T.A. Slates
', a P. Brown Mrs R. H. E. Schell I I well alngsplratlon Sunday night fellowship hour wn enjoyed SupperTo
I received I P. A- degree their wives, Mr and Mr. Hugh and their wives. the Bird Chevrolet show room Mr*. Howard Perkins, Mrs Will. 1 In the youth building 'In honor of Benefit
Three hundred pounds of fresh! st 107 N. Krome ava. the last I coed Lewis, Mrs,R. E. Insua, Mrs. Milt Vera Mae Anderson, who Is LibraryFor
Nfl Herman Helnleln of Coconut
week In February and that the -
caught fish were prepared for
YOUNG HEAR MRS RUTLAND Fred W. Links, Mn. Kenneth enrolling at 'Blue Mountain CoII benefit of the Homestead
I MUSICIANS I serving with hush puppies, home- Feb. .7 meeting will be held I Palm dr. attended the presidents' -
I! Llnke, Mrs. John C Riley Mr*. l lege, and Miss Blllle Hammock school library, this
RELATE STORY OF OPERA: "LA TOSCA baked beans, salads and hot there In ,connection with the ox.hibi6 << tea of the Dade County year1 P. T. A.
A. Traynor Mn. B. DeNisco, MrsW
who la accepting employment in \Council of project member of the organization
ParentiTeacher Aaso-
I named
I coffee. Afterwards, music Helen Pope was '
wu II i iI O. Robertson Mn. Harold D. Selma, Ala. will chicken
I provided for dancing. chairman: of the arrangement andhanging ,stations held Wednesday after. serve a supper
t Recordings were. used by Me,. enca Gray and M..... Howard 1..1 committee for the exhibit I';Harrison' Mrs Chas. A. Collins, Miss Anderson daughter of Mr.and I noon In Shenandoah Junior High from B:SO to I o'clock Thursday

,,J. It Rutland of Monday Music Johnson were Mrs Gordon PIANO PUI'Hb PRESENTED I and Mrs Frank:. llnunman, Mrs Harris V. tfelk, Mn. C. E. Mrs Ira R. Anderson of N.' BchooLMr. Helnleln li 'a part evening In the school's! new cafe
JClub to IlluHtrste the story of the Ivey, Mrs A. L. Davis, Mrs Walter chairman of the hospitality committee J, Elchcitbergor" Miss Bertha Nill W. First avert expects to take'; :,president of th.,fOunclL torlum.
I ;opera, "La Totca," which she presented : Peterson Mrs Wilson Lovell IN CONSERVATORY RECITALAnn Huuwnan, Miss Shirley Joy Greer, special training at the Mississippi ...;....-.
I Inh. of Mr. Caves, Mr Archer: and Cullen college In preparation for Christian '
January meeting Mrs Q. P. Brown, Mrs Paul Ray Miree Peterson, daughter Mn Caves liked that member ' Mr*. The*. Champney, Miss
: .MacDowell Music Club at the and Mrs. Alma Henry, of Mr. and Mrs Walter Peterson Bradley. service In home or foreign J
donate for sale art and handicraft 1 Cecilia Ollva and Richard
iome of Allnda Ann Llndgren. Mr. Roure was guest of honorat fields. Miss Hammock daughterof :D
of Goulds and Carolyn Bethel, articles they have made Fuchs were gugeiti sea tea W'I I rtvlNJT
Member answered roll call FAHtnnU GARDENS TOUR daughter of Mr. and Mri. W. W. The fund so raised she said will a buffet supper at the flel ter. of and Mr. W. C. Hammock Friday afternoon ,by Thos. '
vlUi musical New Year resolu,1loni PLANNED BY CLUE GROUP Bethea of Coconut Palm dr., wereamong be used to buy books on art for man home before the meeting. will be employed under civil ...rI -,

.A program of piano solos the SO pupils presented In I.
i, war presented. Sandra Lovell Members of South Dade Garden the city library.Miss ':
a piano recital Friday night by Pope reported on the SURPRISE SHOWER )FOR MRS. MERRIAM II Visit
,played "Joyous WslU" and "Pic- Club will take part In a Miss Ethel Lukic In the main
flumes and Dean exhibit In the I
lures"; Anne Ray, "Springtime Garden Club Day tour of Fairchild studio of Miami Conservatory.Ann Nell Montgomery garden GIVEN BY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GROUP

,Caprice; Ann Mart Peterson, Gardens next Wednesdsy Marco played "Belli Before new "BABVLAND"Infant I,
iBells Before Sunrise".; Karl Hoe.Tls .. reports Mrs Herman Helnleln
Sunrise," and Carolyn and EPISCOPAL AUXILIARYTO A surprise shower for Mrs. liar. I quet-fllled baby shoe from which
"Rldl! on the Trail": Lou presidentAmong I
) her teacher played two duets, land C I ribbon led to the shower gills
Merriam was given by a
Ann, Ivey "Veil Dance";; Gladys those expected to be In MEET AT POOL HOME: 111 1,
and cached In the and Photo Studio
"Birthday Party" "' the nursery room. Shop
Ann Harris, "The Knight"; and the group are Mr. and Mrs. Chas rloo'n; a't\ : I
Near". Mrs John do R. Storey will Women Spring flowers and festoons of
Janice Johnson "Hungarian MeUsner Mrs. Earl V. Martin,
'Fantsiy". i I Mrs Francis B Lincoln Mr. W. present the program for the Wo- Ian Church after a circle meeting pink and blue crepe paper were II S.Krome Ave, Ilemestesd Phone Id"Children's
Tiim's Auxiliary of St. John's Jan. in the education building used for decoration of the
D. .
Ice cream, home-mad cnokklea Long, Mrs. A. W. Dorgan Mrs.T. ftl
I VISIT W. S. C. B. Episcopal Church at the meeting 1 Mrs Merriam received her first I A dessert course and coffee
and punch' were served by the E. Stadlg, Mrs. A. E. White Wear to 8 Years
:2.30 Friday Feb. 3, at the homeof Intimation of the shower when were served by the hostesses, Mrs,
hostess and her mother i Mrs. E. Plolkln Mrs E. W. Burton
:young tlt
I Guests of the Redland W S. C. ,
Landon Hickson Mrs
Mrs Herbert Pool she war presented with a bou- B.
Jars A. W. Llndgren. I Mrs Cecil Barber, Mrs.II, M. S. at the meeting Jan. It were. I Holden, Mrs Robert A, Conover Shoes Toys Gifts and Accessories
Present, besides the club members Brown Mrs Homer HaliHp and
Mrs Alfred Taylor, district treas.urer 1 and Mr. E. A. Roberta
and counselors, Mrs. Cilir.I Mrs Oda Zachry.Special and Mrs. A. P. Pearce, district CLUB HEARS MRS. ENTERLINE DISCUSS I I _

secretary Mrs M. E. Wilson EUROPEAN WOMEN IN POSTWAR WORLDThe I. A pot-luck chicken supper and Year Baby's First Photograph Complimentary

j PAST MATRONS, PATRONS HONORED t directed a mltsionary program, games party will be held Monday We Aba Da
and Mrs. A. C Eaiton presided at ,evening by members ot Arrant-
a short business seislon. A piano part by European by Arthur, Smith Post V. F. W, and Auxiliary .
solo was presented by Mrs Frank women in rebuilding the post club chairman. In the post home at 413 N. ENLARGING,COLORING and PICTURE FRAMING iIrM

past matrons and past patrons recognition was given Nichols war world of Homestead was told the Jan.Woman'sClub IS by Dickie Klnard played piano and E. Sixth ave. '* _. __ _____ ____ ._ _ -- _
of Naranja Chapter of the Norton Peters, worthy patron, on Sandwiches homemade I accordion solos and Lonnie Turner u .
Eastern Stnr were honored on his birthday anniversary.Cake and tea were served by Mrs Chas Enterlina of Miami. presented trumpet M
t Thursday evening of last week! and coffee were served to tesses Mri. Jos. W. cookl.e'l First-hand experiences on her to piano telettlOn'l .r.
Welcomed by Mrs John E.Doulhlt the 45 present Mrs WlllIOn.I travels lad summer In nine European by Miss Emma Jane .
countries were cited by MrsEnterline
worthy matron and .
with gifts were Mrs. W. O named by the county LEGAL NOTICES LIQUIDATING f
Tilbott, Mrs Lydia Siyern, Mr,'I MRS. JOHN i HICKSON IS GIVEN.SIIOWERIN I federation ai t/ade'i outstanding (
speaker, International relations -
Mr. Olen Edwards, Mrs. L. .
I. nu 4 iii
chairman for the federation, was IftvriCC . theENTIRE J,
J1.'Gner'Mn.. Waltjr.I1..JMton.,, 1 I Is HKHKHY UIVKN Owl Hnrt \ *
Mr*. 11. t. Scott !\In\ : &a"\'lIi; 'Mr Mrt1nf! <* Wi"waV'honored 1 Coffee and 'punch'were pouredby C l. 4-i'_Umlnut to koU-r.DIMrlrt M _1._rtlfic.u el /wan ,
len, W O. Tilbott, E. E. King, at a,) shower Tuesday eveningIn Mrs. Landon Hlckson and Mrs GLEANER ENTERTAINER: I :. . Ktt. 'ikcnl' ..JeI: d.r otMMP.
Edw Vihlen and W H, Owens the educational building of AT ROBERTS HOME A, D IMT, hu flM MM C-rlirirct
Mayol, and sandwiches and eak.w.r. .
In mr.51k..J kw r.M.eei.thr (or t.
A special prayer was offered by Homestead Presbyterian Church. servedRadios I rte d4fd to IMU. lH ron IH meuurdntu I STOCK
Mrs Peterson, chapter chaplain, Hosteste were Mrs. John Degel Mrs J. II Roberts, Jr..and Mrs wild I few B.M Crtlflr.Umbrwn Ik* .
for Mrs Florence Carter worthy man, Mrs London Hltkson MrsRay R. D. McGlnnls were hostesses to 1 110010.III.C',>nly d.relh.d, .'.."/ w-wlti/ .11.I.I.
grand matron. who Is slated to Hippo Mrs Jim Mayol and the Gleaners, a clap of First Baptist 11.1.. ft N Isles ft of C 14.14 ft '0>

.e undergo major surgery. Mrs. E. A. Robert. Church, on Jan 20 at the r of Amm 11'.I'U.Tiwt I, .II A, .HWk,*., Put I, Tamlunl Ihnk. a. Because of III Health On Doctor's Order ,It->e
Mrs Degelmsn wheeled In a & Refrigerators home of Mrs Roberta. Mrs II. A. !' Ill holed In D.ito otr 'Co'Co
doll buggy filled with gifts for Amin, president. presided at a eo..: oVkirlda.. Tht: MMM'',mt o; ..
MRS.! HALEY COMPLIMENTS wM und-r the Cn1ltM.l.I..4 l.
short business session, and Mrs.Dexter 'Co
to the honoree. Mr. .
presentation wu In UM urn* at Ma Orvlll.Wiuuk.
BISTER. MRS. BENNETTMn. Landon Hlckson and Mrs Roberts Benson Electric Services Home conducted a devotional r 0.I
U.M.) MM Cslrkat..hall te .
. T. Paul Haley entertainedat contest for which the service. .. r.
staged '' (nordliw I d-J will
a bridge luncheon Friday In prizes were won by ..". B. B. PrlaeeUa, Ph. I4S Cake and fruit cup were served I b..M Inmoii. an Ik.a.\7.-\ : :, t', ..
A O. Iota'
honor of her sister, Mn. Garland Vihlen Mrs James Harris and b t y the hostesses. sued. tot. I4U| *.r '"! J....... A. D. SUTTONJEWELRV .Co.
:f. Bennett of Cummlng, Ga. Mr. Paul Ray. Present, besides those men. lose. I I b.
Three table were In play honed, were. Mrs. Howard Seats ('l.rk of Clnull Court, b
Mrs A. E. Smith, Mrs Hugh Easter I.ted.. ComliP. ric.rUUHIT :
N Mrs. Ceo. H. Gann Mrs JohnH. Clr-ult rant ,>) ...
Open 24 Hours A Day Whitt, Mr*. B Fatherree, Mrs
Edwi Barnes, Mrs. L K. Bishop, 72 W. Flagler St. Mlami-Opp Courthouse -
Jr., Mrs D. H. Dellinger, Jr., Mrs j J a r :

LUNCHES PACKEDFor U Q. Lowe Mr Ray Foster Mrs. Miami's Oldest. Jewelry .Ure-Csl HIT J I," ""
A. A. Bussey, Mrs Virgil Lott, f J r

II. Early-rising Fishermen. Mrs A. L. Lanler Mrs M. V.8tllllln. Reliable "
.., Mrs. R. E. Stalllngs, I ITHE' :
Good Sirloin Steaks, Chops Shrimp, Mrs Virgil Sprinkle and Mrs A. .:

Golden Fried Chicken i D. regie Jr ENTIRE STOCK 'I' ....

Saturday luncheon guests of Radio RepairsBacked .w..
TM! utmui fOtIOAIIOI 101 Nfumi ruuna' .
Mrs Joel J. Robinson and her
GLADES RESTAURANT mother Mrs Grace McU Smith, Now being l sold piece by piece'to the ....

were their cousins, Mrs. W. E k.
f Milner of Coral Gables and Mrs, ,.
l HI 8. KKOMK AVE, HOMESTEAD Chas. Q. Carr of Augusta, Ca. by Hig estBidders!

_. -- .- ... Benson Electric Has 15 years of experience. : :

*, For 'Philco Appliances Tour RCA Victor I II I '

Radio and ,Television '
rrlaeeten. Ph. cogMASSAGE '

Dealer ,Stock Cenawte of ; (r

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MEATSof |r 0 !

i Dodd ladio 8 AHtiUlGe II Di rnond' Watches Gold Jewelry.

By AealntmeBt Iin N. Krause PI e. .1. Gold Rings s'' Sterling Silverware! China '" \
$3.00 each 6 for $15

KINNIK: K. SIMPSON Ph. n.-", I Glassware'' Clocks' : ,' \ % Silver. Plated ware t


gmennui,, ,,,"u,,,,1mwmenfunygyyiLannum, , ,,, ; ,, :?nuuu", ",,... "?,uuuumnum"u"un" " , ,, ..1; Gold flUed and| Novelty Jewelry , \ \ :t

H I Pocket and Table Lighters : A
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Best Quality
e .. ANNIE MAYHEW FITZPATRICK Many,other items too numerous to mention.Money .

Bedland Road between Avocado and Blacajrn Drive .
': With' j I
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Pianoforte and Theory .,< .

Violin Xylophone Piano-Accordianun ,SALES DAILY.to6PJLenJ7,30iol I

: Wollam : ;. .I

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if& : m erne n n ram"u,nnnuu nn nun m u ten unw unu ism ununu uw"m arum ease emu uuuw 11 ,\,) PJL . <

1 I until everythini is told. .

Brand New Portable ElectricDoiueoti.c

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t': $ Will Fixture A Snail

i. $89.95' Be Refunded Good-will DepositWinSecBr

Kendrick SEWM'ACHINES On A.y. and, *

Iii New _...... f. rat I IAgretisa u. Eig4s. Any Purchase 1WItMs

AU aaakea reaaareal. by faciery-trakaeal. leas. ( "
30 Days. For A{ This Sale l
Phone $7 We Delirer HARRIS
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: un l' n I SAYELiS LFAIFR-FNTERi'R1SE! Friday, Jan. :27, 1950- _

*) MADE BYBAKERY ; IN AND AROUND CLiOTADVEKMIt <<; WALK TO TOWN tram this I. aaerlflce OoMs Dixie 'Wmi. lot

I bedroom partly-furnished train hegk. and, toed ir'. *..-
Ij horn t bite porches Total I price, walks, paved street. ekertrtdty
,. LSUM HOMESTEAD WANTED * MM. I $7500SEE Near Bapimt t hutch, Miami. Rilto
ECHOE: JORDAN auus 2nd street ......iMHa-U
I l RCRI..rf'd; Broker Ph 7O-) to nmt I toms, l.1 Shell, flu
Brown 'n S"rve" rolls, golden BLOCKS, all ataea "
CONCBITE Anita'la A. I "i ,1 i OablcK 117(j J
and piping hot will pop Bruce's Block Co.,, Hares.., FU.Phone For sale: 40 acre high pine geed
\home ovens all over town I (Continued from Page rive) IT!. for awocade. ilmet
For Rent mangos or I Acm East t glade farm Inns>

week, awry with new Introduction"Brown ot'a i I:Scarlett Mr. and b Mrs a former K. A. Roberta.public health Mrs Salesman A................................... ----............................. Call .&1.-1 or ....R.1. ((IIU)I fer total fW. pale an .1TJW.... '" or will rent

roll baking process- par- mine at Reeland Farm Labor 1 bu. tamte will kltcIIeft! pole.ange For Sale-Real Estate .mall. home en 1 acre )net cut- .M feCHOK JORDA1HRegWttred

by by Holsum General Bakery Mills and Supply Center.M Man1 1%. f11-M, mt ................................................." site Homeetead. Teal a**> r i! BrA r Ffl. T''m
for Box 4ft Bauer dr. (JIT)) W***.
Tne. development promises more CM DUPU9C: NKAR SCHOOL, an KHOK JORDAN
ad Robert Hanle .
-rreat rolls for South Florida andythree total prtoe ........ .lUfldered Broker Ph. T trURNISHO -,.J
children have moved Benj. Warren Morris
than ever before. But ale '
to fate grew home at 304 N. W.;' Brand new effielOMjr apt far see BCHOC: JORDAN 1
to offl. "
same of the Ume Holsum according bakery, the Four* *... Mr. Hantey to a truck rent HO I par week, futwMied Registered.Broker Fh M WRex's ) l.. edraom borne. Registered Real Estate Broker
sale pectallit) at Overseas Motor FrigidaireProducts U. a. I near JM plant {Ml 1M
III rolls will lighten the home. newly dee eted, near ewhooLPriced
,'. mealtime luke Co. or Mite In.W' (JSOtf) Landing" Plan Camp down '
." at I ,M5-THA FUNANCEO 10 acres glad land at Intersection -
'll'i all because the new "Brown the Old Card Sound Bd. 14 tt only 111.00 per of oiled .,.. and .iraMI
Serve" rolls, al Introduced hereHolium Mr.'and Mr. Thos. M. Page of I miles southeast of Homestead month. rd.'$...eoo.II .
Studio cottage, all convenient, floats. Lunch Drtakt.
Bart. and
are 'white' but .. Worcester Mesa,
F spent come '
dr. Ph
formed! rolls all ready for brown- In Homestead this week. utilities. Silver him Separate living quarter. Reason NEW CD8 t-bedroom home, Acre glade land tmnting" *\
,j. The housewife merely place I 7W.J-J. .(JlOtf) hie prloa. P. O- Box 617, Home lust completed, on CORNER oiled rd, $4,000. I

em In her home oven unUIIeI're House guest of Mr. and Mrs. Steed Fla. Jni7), LOT 101x131. Lane living and I I
golden brown. They H. H. Graham of Niranja$ are Mr. dining rooms, pine paneled; 2S$ 8, averse An n.. Ill.
.l tjerge dellclously crusted and' and Mrs Chos. M. Zimmerman, Good opportunity for year For rent: Furnished room, single For aaleroom: furnished bungalow oak floors; tiled kitchen and
the tsble. Mr. or double, $10 week Mrs. Eva bath; many large closet; I
d ly for I and Mrs Guy Nave and Mr. .
screened bath
I porch
The rolls mean a new high and Mrs John Calk of South around employment, and best Collins inthwiy, Blaoayne at Modello.dr. Ph.and 457J.Upstairs Federal. On Palm ave. at Roberta rd.,' and aluminum tile root windows BEAUTIFULLY and screens 10 aerei MI Bauer dr |m an

mdard of eating for local famile Bend. Ind, (31313)) $4,000. James Signer (pj7) FURNISHED at only I5,7M. acre. 10 acres on Epraort .Ir.,
*. Picked In convenient trays, $150 an aero. Lot on Rolland. rd.
)>>rown 'n Serva";,r ;lV will keep Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bemecker commissions. Apply: CHOICE LOCATION-Beautl* near Bauer dr. $300. J.1C 'Bauer,
tidy for quick baking for severalon of Rye,N. Y., are winter visitor. apartment. '1.f.... Maud I acre avocado trove, half In fulbedroom CBS home on Rt 2, Box 438-C Homestead Fla.
aye l pantry shelf, two week.n here. Chandler; Sliver Palm dr, Ind Lulu, half in Booth T'l and 11..e. nicely landscaped cor (pQ4))
I'*, m yean old will bear this
refrigerator, and for month house w. of Torn rd Ph. 177..1.J100m Mr lots; carport (alousled
[n I home freeter. Homestead visitor from Deny, year, $3850, James SlngoretNCOMR hardwood floors,, tiled
N. H. this week were Mr. and (pJan porch Small HOME on $ A. good toll,
For year laboratories it Tour Mr*. Paul Lambert and Mr. and Major Electric Co. and board til wk. Ph. rent<< and bath and MANY mostly scarified. Fruit ,trec,
bakeries and other OTHER UNUSUAL nA-
llll allied
Mrs. Edw. Clcmtnta. SOS-R. (mSOtf) paved road good location. T talprll'l
ridumlel have been searching forucb TURES. IOIIOO-nIA $4.150.

products The problem was Homestead visitor this week ..................................... Krome and school: 3-bodroom ninced! e, SEE ECHOE JORDAN
taken develop that a produced baking rolls method to the for were Mr. and Mr Clyde Wengerof Perrine! FlL Phone 3011 For Sale Miscellaneous\ porches.frame home Completely extra apt, t furnished.arrevned I NICELY: FURNISH I-bed- Registered Broker Ph. 7"M

) Wakarusha. Ind. ....... ............ ............ ......... room home on 4 lots; screened
full balance
hit of volume and rigidity 1- ---- ---- -- $ ,250 with $1,500 down porch, living room with fireplace .............................,...... ...
Ithout Any semblance of crust 1 I like rent .
dining room, large
oler. Futhermore the rolls had Army truck excellent motor, SEE ECHOK JORDAN Miscellaneous
o have the lam texture flavor 1 g' Ifi4 winch has aluminum.. cabin, nell.l.rM'Brokpr Ph. 709-J separate and garage laundry EXCELLENT, carport and .............a.....4....a.a..N
ind aroma ai rolls baked by other ,
/ took sleep $400 or trade. Thur- LOCATION. Priced at 18,500
tifthods, Finally a method wag 7rrsrRersarFROM7Nf f/FTffNM/IfSANIkiIRISAU/P! JUSf A Q1i man Motor Co., t S. Flagler, with \lerma. Will ill with babies or adults. an;
I Ijcovered that met the necessary I wllSth4O'Tf1 BOSS ff WAS .CVER ID R'NWITNULAN! 11EMOIJ Homestead. (PJ27) IOOST TIlE REDLANDS" I time, day or night Mrs. M
retirements and the tulle were Schumacher Ph. 07S-W. (pJJT)
i-bedroom home In Florida
"a ned 'Brown 'n Service". 1 JAIL RINGS Papers
I with
City; has living room
DROVE l1 ANEW GENRATORANDo Water pump and motor com .
I CIU7CNr Over 25 Year In Dad County fireplace/ dining room, kitchen RADIO REPAIR-QuIck aervlce
s On Maneuver KgiSMicSANI uR! RAlIfSI rl OlOAUlOSMI'fYfll to13111rA115EEU plete. Also largo metal !Ice box and bath; separate garage; All work guaranteed." Plisse
Dn the streetcar one night II and smoll oil stove, Sam Bo. Exrliulve Mel gar Mn very large lot with fruit tires, reasonable. Robert J. Brook
CArl m OM:> XJR5EL. I
(Q 111 Eighth street, Florida
r i iced I pretty blonde being' nano lhade and shrubs. $1,5001 I Roberta rd, 'Just north of Palm
Dyed by a drunken soldier' I Ij crraJ OF6UA City (PJ27)) 1 I. R. MEYER Drive Florida City Phone (34-Vf.
A other OI came to her rescue, I !, It-acre PAYING grove on
j\\ wing down the offender In no I Iu t FOR SAlE \11'11trav.IIPd road LARGE
;J-erlaln' terms. The hero then . esus GI 1HEY'PE 9 toy I 12 Wilton Ill CB1 Elf HOUR, Total ItOADSlDK FRUIT BUSINESS. Homestead Clam Co<-Olati for
..t down by the blonde chatted mY-1rS1tD: : I''Sot* rug $15 $3,450 Newly remodeled COMPLETELY all purposes. We do steal,,tub
toy)' and eventually escorted her FURNISHED S-bedroom gluing and glazing of all types
I 1 Man'i lounge chair $10 ;; -F.IIII;
ram the car. ra' Jr ()tJ I i Ladies' lounge Chair $10 S Dir* Frame, Trees, home, workshed and garage. 101 N. Krome. Phone ITS.

X few week later I wn riding I i Iron bed springs, mattrens $10 $4,450 Cash $18,600 TERMS!
h streetcar when again \ tlnVROl.11IR I Preway gasoline Hove $10 I
"a}young soldier also apparently M'' fl \( 2 t Linoleum rugs, like new 13 I 40 A. Plncland.-2000. Terms WE: HAVE BUYERS FOR THE !Myrtle's Beauty Shop

'"I y, began to annoy a pretty ox 1 Inncnprlng mattress $11 :I FOLLOWING; til .. Flatter Ave. rhea 117
A. Tract Colored
I r 4 IOMH.f't""r'lA.WOSMOBl !U for Buyers Furnished 2-bcdroom home
III-a brunette this time As be.o'e Featuring
S O. C. COOMLER near new Oil Well site $10 down
In llomentead al $1,000
mother soldier tepp"d up, New Riyette leperflexAll
On U. S. 1, between Princeton I Down and $10 month I
and $50 per month
lot-rid of the drunk and In a few Cream Permaairnis.Myrtle .
and Gould Across r'.r', from Lee'sFrontlet
.JI1ll1ute. was deep )n conservation Itenfalher. Maa..*r
Krome Ave, flu* Lot
with the gill.i Club. (pJ27)) only 3-bedroom home, unfurnlxhed -
$5,000.2bcdroom .
ft'was then I realized that two
Used Car
Imsrt Gil had found a unique Bargains BInotollller, pow.r tiller Lot Zoned Apt. m Work furnished PAINTING and DECORATING
of providing themselves with wed SO bra $250. Ph. 741-J-l. partly Interior and exterior' ', McLean.
ajr from City Hall only $450
'.000 with $1t00:
for '
home $
plioty of dates. For the "proteejor" 1919 Mercury dub' upe. Color- "blue; white aide wall tires; (JIO) Cash down and $<0 per month. Phone 741-R. (pdJl)

of the second"drunk"adventurer of the plastic scat raven;; radio; low mileage; perfect condition me IIt-
clearly the 12-ft. plywood boat and trailer, ECun 'ESSF.ElJsm./ !! FOR COMPLETE REAL Expert watch and Jewelry repair, *.
t'-lim' performance and vice verse chanically. This car: formerly owned by a Homestead{ businessman. Ill' too; also Johnson AJi.jt. outboard r-NewvI1 femiilfvMJtanrii-Tya-; f' JGStATK.SEBVJKs.,, .., ilng"All work ggaranlead. NeH's,

e.dcr"'i Digest A fine chance to Ret a splendid late model car at a big motor $100. Ph. 743-W3.; Home, Your Wife will be 18 a. Krome. Phoae 111. (oI4-It)
V ((120)) proud to entertain your RICHARD FUCIIS

saving. I friends InL/ No. 281 N. W. Registered Broker We buy all and trade guns end

', For sale: IM1 special de luxe 22nd Street County Taxes John II. Hale and Fare BecnerHeglDtered pistols of all kinds Nelll, IB SKrome. .
sedan with I only. Salesmen Phone 111. (014.11))
L Chevrolet radio
JOIN THE Oldsmobile 88" with Rocket motor. This car has been
L. 160 N. W.
heater. S. Dickinson
:I T..I-s:; llll N. Federal, n",.
used by us as a demonstrator and has had the best of care and I lh it, Ph. tll-J. (nll-tf) Palm ..J Florida 2II-J 751-tV. HARDEN-Hauling, landscaping,
S lean low ,
City; year rent
treatment. If It were not for a change in models we would not \ sensible price. Ideal for couple! P.o.Box 113 topsoil& potting loll, sand,.earl
llll. Ph. 243-R. Writ Rt I, ao.
DOLLARS! release it for sale. If you want to own an Olds 88 and save moneyat I t Members of Chamber 14-A Homestead.
Electric Services of Commerce
the same time, come in and talk to'us. Benson Joseph A. Kelleherflegletered
I CROVZ MOWINO. Carl Endllch
I Deal Entile Broker
Radios & Refrigerators I RU 1, Box 461' Homestead, old
rash give possessionof
lilt Booth Krome A""nu.PIIONI
1917 Frazcr .A fine car in every respect. Come in and lookit 20 acres avocado land and Letchworth. place. King\ hwy)
Princeton Mi. 4 It ISI.J Phone 8J7-X.VT. (,.lfl|
livable but not completedCBS
drive it it. new
over- and you11like
While living on this Earth own home and double garap."
like rent. WE: DO reliable .,.,* ttpatruif.Woods .
BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available! a "LOT of It. We will help (Price $1400, bit.
with E-Z terms.DOOST Jewelry MeCrory" *
sI Trades accepted on all above cars. We still have a few,other at all time Homestead Floral' you Would you like a nice furnished cad. : (atttf
and Gift Shoppe 122 N.W. 4th .
'. the REDLANDSFitzpatrkk's 2-bedroom duplex homeIn
5 5I good used 8r81eCt. ; Gift Shoppe, 233 N. W. 2nd choice S. W Miami with
I t-bcdroom rented unit Mo treasonably We buy old gold. Teeth, old rknif,
priced at $15,000 watches etc. Neifi, 1$ 8. Krome.
with terms or will trade for Phone "lit t (el4-tf>
I t f fk. Used Trucks : Fine Furniture Homestead home.

1916 Ford %.ton panel New paint job (green). Good tires. Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods 2Vi acre homeiltes, near Born drilling. Corner Krome eve,

\..your Excellent condition throughout I Obfaiet Week r Chair Casing Refinishing and U. S. L $750, terms or end N.C 10th it Phone 131-W,
Car. Biseiyn Dr. *Redland Rd. Phone I'..' cash',

'* fcJlMij druggist > Lovely 3-bedroom and 2-bath ""' ....... ........1J .
Open Saturday! until S P.M. furnished home; 4-room and Wanted

rrrr bath cottage. laundry and
storage" building, nice grounds .--..+r.4..4waa...a..

j ..p4 lade of fruit, on 5 acres

DIXIE DRUGHomestead Bird Chevrolet Co FHA LOANSArranged in terms.chalet location $ 1100. Agents HELP WANTED make big money wiling
Plastic Tablecloths and other
i. I. Fla.we Eleanor Froscher Items. Belli on sight Samples'
Whpne Deliver I 107 N. Krome CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone 98 Bealter Free. Bhneldor Product Co., II

"A Pioneer of the Redlands" Atlantic Anne, Revere, Mai*.

v 247 So. Flag> r Ave., Ph. 115-J (PJ27)

i f Drive-In I Seminole TheatreTWO Without Cost Reliable, efficient woman with 2*

Breezeway To You I-BEDROOM FURNISHED home year-old ion desires position 11
near school. Total price $8(8S. housekeeper Writ P, O. Box;
SHOWS 1 and 0 P. M. Phone 171 month. I
financed at $21 788.
rilA 020-27)
_UBWM I till 11.
: *Twu Shewt NlihUyi 7 and 1:1 Ph.oe 171JAdmlMion AdmUstoai Adoltat NUht le> Mallne till S p'..>)>. Slo.Chndresit SEE ECHO JORDAN
J ;; : Aarflts 4le (tai Included) eider ton, let tea U twelve 14e. (Tn ..eI..". .)>> H. O. Barber Registered Broker Ph. 169-3 Real estate. talesman-minted, real
Children Under It Admitted FreeSATtBDAY i iI or female J. A. Kalleher registered *

I ." Jsa. U I Last Times Today: "So Dear to !My Heart" broker llll 'Sooth Kromeive.
' MARSHA HUNT WILLIAM LUND lOAN hi i Walt Ptoey Sal General Contractor-LIcensed and Insured 1I WANT ADS I PAV. HS-tf

"INSIDE STORY" ((7 aDd 9:30)) "DAY .. u-DMble Feature J'rec1'aa Phone 176-W .N Homestead

"Homesteaders of Paradise Valley "RIDERS OF TilE DUSK"And -=-.::.
SUNDAY and Mends. ,... 5145- TROUBLE MAKERS" [
I JOAN EVANS, RAYMOND MASSEY to 141 K. B. M ..........Fla
;il "ROSEANNA McCOY" (7K)5: ) and 10:10): ) SUNDAY and MONDAY ,... Sl-ll GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY 1 Herman Marks F- 'AIr .......
'o Plus TIM HOLT In ..__......,.

; 'BROTHERS IN THE SADDLE (9:10 only) ASSiSt. Cafteeei.Wake! News Roofing of AH Types '

AadCartoeik .
t TUESDAY sad WEDNESDAY la*. Il-Fek I Solar Water neaten
TUESDAY sal WEDNESDAY. la.. 31-Feb.1

"BORDER iNCIDENT" (7:05 and 10)) : eIar Setrata. Papular '.'Scalia. lUtla.CartMa Air Conditioning 11liemlly! y ewrL.'are1ea41en .
,,," "Glaaa' OrebMtra," UBHU OeeeipallaiB
..13 Plus LYNNE ROBERTS WARREN DOUGLAS In ; Fan Ventilation
AM! ilk (9 THVKBDAT Ud rUDAY. Wets t-l Insulation,

... ; ..
Lone w..u. .
1 JOAN CAULFIELD JOHN PAYNE la (Color kr Tertrntostor) *. ,
tt "LARCENY" (7 and 9:40)) Added: .Cartone: aad P.rnwaet If.- 'Lanes .P It****
tS4 Anew Aft I
1'Plu.' .MIKEL CONRAD. CAROL THURSTON In CeaJ g Sadly sad MMH.>'. Felt, !-', "It lUnpea EveryBaetag" I Ca....YJa. Ilia Phone 270 Homestead, Fit, .:
.. "ARCTIC MANHUNT (8:30 only) With Bar MUUaWL :
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MALE CHORUS Ten Loral Pupfh Win S-LKADER-ENTBRPRISE. 'rift,. Jan. Iff, 110 \
In Ad Ella)' Cmtert

SEEKSS1NGERS Tall t local 1 high/ school popUt art Magic\ Show Delights 80 YoungstersAt

lilted among the 41 winner .toUw i
MR NEW SEASON annual advertising sassy ..- Annual Party Held by Lions Club i '

tad sponwred by the Advertlstag
,: ) ,. dub of Creater Miami. Prior include Eighty children HIT Bob Reels, told UM ,........... "The sOm ofUofltnn uGCjr . .
1Anj !men who enjoye ninging'ghd MOO In ash to be dltrt- Miami magician, do an .Incredible. I II to a>.ke four eom*
to inert for practice holed In amount of 915, III and assortment of trtek at the anneal munlty t better plea to live ...". j j'lJ
I. :thq HpmiftMd Mata Chorus f 10 In the 11 high schools Honorable youngsters' pin of the Red- The ImportMw of wheat .in the :
0 Monday night In Home- mention aeroMt woreMardtd land District Uons Club Tuesday diet of man and In the rt e of ., 1 1I
*M d','Preiby torlan Church annoyfret to two pupils In each evening, Attendance) honor wentto clvlluuiUon was shown la a motion I
Harold Lyon who InpbSfthUUiHI of Uto .'hooll.In I John P N..f..,. who had five picture puppet pageant
during the Ulnae of the oonlewt aponiored at and Virgil Dickie Klnard presented two aeeordton -
eons present to Sprinkle -
hit brother,.Irvine, chorus dlrectorr'fyt solo.
Homestead High School by Preston for the attendance of Dyedaughters
( the put 28 year B, Bird Motor Co., Joyce Robert MaeDonell was ILL Gullatln was program Bob Hanly
ftMtuet"* foe the chorus to pitMnMtf Walker won first prize: Mary Lou a close second with four young- chairman
well-known sacred conMrtt Lawrence, second prize, Jimmy ten present. R
art already coming In from Watson third prize, and Kenneth The Rev Prank U Elvery, club
churches from Perrtne to Key MoCord and Doria Lewi, honorable member, spoke on Llonlsm. Green's Poultry Farm ,;j\d\. t :.. ' r ,
W**,Mr Lyon My This season mention Winner In the Every Lion I II your friend; he Purchased by Orlins .... '
I th**.group: plan to add old to. Redland High School contest "------
mluar tunes, humorous ditties endbrttihop were Myra Jane Bashor, tint, Mr and Mr*. Harry Orlins of ; ,' '" Truck Sales Specialist' ,
harmony to IUrepertoire. Marilyn Bethea, second: EllenNeafsey. REDLAND IIIGII Miami Beach are. now operating '.. , t', ..1
1, At \tht clove of the ore- third, and Dolores Ennli Green poultry farm Richard rd. ;(,: ',' ' ,
ton, a, program of the different I and Barbara Odom, honorable and Waldln dr., which they \,
tjfce Of:mu Je will be held her.In mention.In GIVES PROGRAM bought recently: from Samuel
|'ooI.audltorlum.: both Green Mr and Mn. Orlins pent
] the county contest [
Jan ON ten years In the poultry business
Joyce Walker and Myra ARBOR. DAY
1 Nwo Loses Left Arm Bathor wort honorable mention In Bound Brook, N J. -'
tin Crash= of Truck, Car By DOLORES ENNIS I M : -

1Nroy' Thomas Homestead Continue Night Classes Redland High School celebrated \
ntgrp, :tuUertd the Iou of Ml In Shorthand and Typing Arbor Day Friday with a pro. H.E.ARNAUDII
left a/1ll/ Sunday In a collision gram directed: by Edw Blumar.ten '
( t >pickup> truck and aoat4tiygry ,Adult classes In ahortband and speech teacher, and put on .. Krem Ave.WATCHMAKER I
'! .bt Donald SnowUen typing are being continued on by member of the speech articlaas. t.
( on U S. eat Gould, Monday and Wednesday evening AND 1'v ,
'JpJtjwfman' 1 I 'V. 'Cook Investgalfd. !- of each week at Homestead High The program Included: devo- JEWELER ,
'th* iccldcnt In which School, announce Ur*. Ruth ions, Allen Odom; selection, "To
Bfowflen'\ WH unhurt Thomas wu Scott, Jnstruclor Tuition (or the Colon", Tommy Hooker, Watch Clock -
takefc .v> padq< County Hospital Ihree-hour classes I I. IS 'a, .L.I poem, "He Who Plants", Bill Rice, Jewelry Repairing
!treatment_ For ono/ or both subjects Trees", Daphne Runken, Arbor
Jay history, Grace Ygartus, on premises.
"Arbor Day and Con erv.lion", MIry
:: :"*' Let Uti Do Phyllis Oopp; long, "Trees", My- : Pearls Itostrun ., .
ff.f I ,
Dolor Mrs
r. accompanied by I Appraisals Made
/ DRY' CLEANING Dorothy Hauler playing the I
vi+ 'YOUR accordion, Introduction of speak : Electric Clocks

''' er, Principal Rice; Arbor Day I HepalrcdFratunal nrr
.' All garment* Insured aialnut theft, fire, and water talk, Miss MacVlcar,.'Planting ofTrees" I
I 1 agriculture departmentunder Jewelryof r ; <. ,
"' ', damalt while la oar posse-salon, r.
supervision cf Mr. John all kinds. + 1
eon, agriculture teacher w

'T.TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS At the senior-high' girls' bai- Masonic with apfcltl and Ea attention,lra Star to r"t ra

ketball tournament held Fridayat emblems a, P
,11.1110 rtr*(.Are. W. W StUHV, Mgr. Phone i III Jackson, Redland B team
succeeded In taking third place I .
ifttnbert/ of the team were: PLAN '" L uiie
Jeanette Ott, Juanlta Thompson, 01

fancy Drown, Joan Trowbrldu Core. ,Lila Maraguret Abbon- 1 1t4 ___
dnndalo, Jeanette Johnson, Mar k 18i'Y t a
'bNLY' ONE lyn Bethea. Norma Holecek, -
Barbara Odum, Ann Hathaway, !' 1flImmediate i $
r Betty TOI bert, Jane Owens, Su*
san Waesco. Allene Odom, Lou
Quinones, Katherine Lambert, and
the manager, Janice Lee h.
1 ( : "L
J..WtrTA On the A team which succeeded r
In upsetting Homestead 10 8 _
were: Sarah Rodgers, Jackie Everett Reasonable Prices
Diane Lounnbury, Barbara
Cooper| Grace Gasman Dot
Turner Doodle Lewis, Maxine
t : . rbstS/rd lossman. Joyce Della Gerry Quality tJ '
Craft, Barbara Harrison, EllenVrafsey I ;
Ann Brooks, Tlrcy Ellis, e5
?err)' Douberley, and manager ENGINE OVERHAUL
Dolores Ennls. Coach for both wasMr. o
to .. Let Walsh. I BRAKE SERVICE

11," II ; Ii [' [ i [ [ [ III o

O .
r [ '' I I [ [ I [ I I III PA1NTLNQBOOT

,0 .
1' ( w Pork sausage link can turn a REPAIR.
vegetable combination Into a satIsfylng 0
I t t1V main dish One such SEAT COVERS ,

combination tomatoes. seasoned la kidney with bean onion.and UPHOLSTERINGCNDERCOATING o Bob brings to our organization! a specialized 'knowledgeof

- 'They r* topped In a casserole with o
".0'i the little browned link and trucks and truck equipment. His sales experience with
baked, covered, In a moderateoven. O

i r e at PORCELAINIZINGLUBRICATION e one of Miami's larger dealers should prove valuable in
If there art left-over, mashed 0GENERAL assisting truck users in this area. '
potatoes. In your refrigerator, REPAIRS
here* a tasty suggestion. Shape o ,
i! t potatoes Into little nest' Brush A COMPLETE BUMPER-TO-
the nest with beaten egg and fill BUMPER SERVICE

each ground with beef little Plat ball nest of In seasoned t mod BUDGET PLAN 0 IF DESIRED- We know you will like Bob and will find him always

rttt oven (S0 degree F,) to PAT AS YOU DRIVE.WUCUIL t

the cook potatoes the meat and lightly brown 0 SERVICE friendly and cheerfully helpful. If you haven't any need fora r}

!t : SEE THEFAMOUS. 0 truck, Bob will be glad to tell you about the great new t

8'fllll. Benson Electric1 lias Bird Chevrolet COe "Ford for 50".

Ilf N, Kr m* AT. iHMMeteaeX
Philco AppliancesrruieeUn.
; 1
'" .
PK lea flea .l ; n .\-.$, :

'. : I:.GAS 22 Years o With 'I '! The One Fine Car In Its Field
. .
', ChevroletBRANCOR : .." ', '.," .
Coma See th different tlmpto reWjer-
, today on* ,
tor-th Strvtl CM Itofrlftntor.\ It frettingnrtem < Benson Electric Services a .
"' baa no moving part to wort or I 'IIDJ" -! Radios & Refrigerator* I
.. a tiny gt*Ham doe tins work.An4-MOT r
I >,000.000 dtlifhUd owner know-Strvtl ttay Prtae.Ms. Fh1I t Overseas Motor CompanyMercury
) Uent, .lob year longer. So the
iris mod*!* today
HI 1001 1>M.,Mopes MreVY. I : I
f ,,feUtwHy' u...'auchsdtffmmU. I
I )1 ,.,.,.,.'- 8_ la. red) n4 yoor toss I I
m ft 'IMU Stay" by tadiet ke-j. Inc. 8 Lincoln
laved raforlae t4ay / -
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I : STAYS HUNT. mfT$ LONGER Rock and Concrete Products ,

303 So. Krome Avenue
IueY e Reel Reek Pet bell
i 1 Y'ERM9 CfeBrret Reek Rweeiilntt j Phone homestead Fla.
Ctawret Block R.k FIUReafjmlxeel 292. : ,

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Gas-Oil Products Inc. We Deliver Anywhere P.,,:u' J S.. If. Bob should happen ''to overlook you, it is almost a

certainty that George Skall ,won't, so get ready for your"Ford .
.'{ Of Florida "- ) for 50", or that grand, new, brand new 1950 Mercury.y

v'.. ,bfctrlbutor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS IL,.Jr,....>..(... ,8l a Cortwll-,Mce-Pre-v

VIC COOK u.r.oNI.,11 .--... Monster
Rock Pit on Redland Rd., S. of Mo*ry Pn. 4l9
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