Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 10, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00699
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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.I. WEEK'S TOMATO AuctIoNS.NET 1/4 MILLIONNo I







Changes. Police FIELD DAY FOR II (Fliers Take-off Make Landing from Field SHIP SQUASH Han Asked on Bergman by Church Movies Group 61,769 BU. IN FIVE DAYS BRING


The banning of _Ingrid Berg.man
: : Ira L. Sullivan, vict-prtsldenl m
of East Coast Alrmolivt, Inc. ol movie wilt\ be eked of the AT STATE MARKET
FARMERS SETmURSDAY Homestead, and Richard Totten INCRATESTOCALIFORNIA local theatre, member ofh.. $253,339 ;

of Miami Spring escaped unhurt Tint Methodist W. S. C. S. votedat '

And Fire Chiefs Made; I forced Sunday them to when land engine a converted failure I the February meeting Tuesday SEE 100,000811. NEXT WEEK{

FOR : B-ll In a P. Barfltld's tomato I afternoon In the church. A copy
. field at Perrlne. Crop damage wai of the latter will be sent to the
estimated at more than f 100. Foi Homestead city council .
a successful take-off, the plant I More thin 1400 for the church
' Edwards I Retained Dade County vegetable pow 'i was trundled into a nearby bean Shipping of squish In crate building fund w I reported TilE WEATOEKkt More than one-quarter million

: vey en, art Invited to a field day to ,field planted by Frank Basso ol instead of hamper ha been Inaugurated cleared from the recent dinner MMMT*>*i le*e e.as.air dollar* worth of tomatoes were

be held it Saul Olade experiment : Florida City. by Navillo Bro. pack served by the group. Plane were (MIIIM I MiitM N.:4MI>..| station on the North Canal at I A blocked fuel lint caused. thaI hog house In florida City- nd made for Circle One to serve dinner Farmer Market during the five
Allapalteh rd .t I o'clock next unscheduled: landing as Sullivan Thursday night for member Feb. 2 12 58 30.16 .
.. day period which closed\ Wtxini
I Thursday\ morning After the pro and Totten were ferrying the I the tint shipment went to Call of the Men'', Fellowship, Feb. I ,12 82 30II
} City department head and ap* TOTAL OF $68,000IN trim there, the group will visit I company plant from Miami In I Item.tlon.I.Alrport fornia. Feb. 4 61 51 Soar day night report Markelmastcr

/ polntlvt employee were named the tomato experimental farm at, to Homestead I "The crate art enter to handle Homestead Orchldlsts Feb. B. ,II SJ 30II tr C. B. Phillip. A total of ttl.1314S ,.

' by the 'new' city council which PERMITS OK'D Highland below Florid City. for resile. and don't waite apace In .hlp* To Compete in Show reb. I 71 59 SO.U WM received for approximately .

,! went Immediately Into a work *;if we cin gt ."; early, start, mewl," Frank Navillo explained'Besidey Feb: T 81 t 48 10,UF I1T6B bushel crates
session after being iworn In Monday we cm complete the ,entire pro Among, local'mchldistSespected' b. I II I 41 3001 deluge of 10,0% bushed
the trade generally A some
prefer
BY NEW\ COUNCILBuilding gram by noon. says County ROTE MOTORCADE to compete In the sixth annual ...._-
night. Retiring Mayor T. E. Agent Chat, H. SteffinlHert lean I crater to hamper" Our tint International orchid show 'In Ml a day U expected by Phillip the

i t Kirby administered the oath of opportunity for the grp**' to shipment reached California Wed anti Feb. .4-17 are Mr and Mrs SERVICES HELD) t.rlYIi1 ef nest Week.

office to Mayor S. E. Livingston, permit totaling tp we whit the station U doing with NEXT FRIDAY TO nemlay, and already the customer! Daniel Ryerion of Richard rd., Of much better quality thin

Who then swore In the new coun. proximately 188,000 were approved potato and tomato experiment In hue Indicated their Intention to Mr and Mrs Tho. 1"enn,1of" \ the earlier yield, this week's to*
the new city council marl toll and to get the latest, Feunell Orchid Jungle, Newton MONDAY) FOR COL
ell. All were required to take the by Inwc BRING OVER 350& reorder at once tnttoei brought a high of $810
it Its initial meeting Monday Information on fertilizers The Navillo. have Just completed rd.', and C.pand Mn. Carl C.
anti-communist oath. .* for the top grade and an iversgeof
llcldei and fungicides installation of Von P.ullllot Fiddler Green,
residential a $%0.1100 RALPH KINGMANFuneral I
construction
Harold L. Johnson, high man in night. The wa Dr. Ceo. D. Ruehli, vlet-dlrec, From 350 to 100 person an machinery Including a combine Krome r4.Orchl4 $419.
the Jan 10 election wee made except for a $30,000 five- tor In charge of Subtroplcil Ex expected next Friday In the motorcade lion machine that washes and exhibitor art expectedto Oood volume but comparativelylow

council president and fire com- store building to be constructed periment Station, will\ talk onvegetable from Miami which lull waxes aguish and rukei, It. I II* enter tome 50,000 orchid to services for tuRalph prices were" reported for

mltteeman. The other committee by Robinson Enterprises,. Inc.,, varieties and will Introduce tour the Redland District and the only machine of its kind In compete for 1,200 In| prier moneyat W. Klngmin) who died Feb. 1 In beam and squash.
appointment mad were: Carl S. from the skeleton of the boom- his ititlon staff which have lunch at Redland Fruit and Florida, they laid They !have another the how which I I. to be sponsored James Archer Smith hospital Farmer are requested by Phil
Anderson, imitation; Walter has been conducting Important'ttomato Spice Park a* guest of the Homestead machine for picking pink by South Florida Orchid
field boxes a*
hotel N. Krome *. it lip t. remove
time on iv conducted Monday morningat
Wm. were
and water and experiment.at
Weiss potato
light ; Rotary Club. I I (ripe) tomatoes which they .hip Society In Miami Biyfront Park emptied, in order to
Muiselwhlt, streets; Ernest E. 13th it the two branch farm. 'Composed of Rotarians and 1 by plAne to northern mirktla. auditorium Awards will be made the Klngrnan home, Together, they are the market platlorm. *
King, finance; It. L. Branden II. O. Barber, Homestead building I I Dr. D. O. Wolfenbsrger will I their wives :who are visiting Ir A prerooler and other modern to tome 161 winners md rU II.ri. on Kingman fd The Rev F J. avoid..clogging

1' burg, Jr., building and library; contractor, was granted permits speak'" on recent development and Miami area a* well as member) equipment to handle sweet corn lip In clitslficitloni ringing from Lotttth, pistol of SI John's Epls
and J. T Godwin, police. / to build nine two-bedroom result in Insect control plot; 'I II from the three Greater Miami has been Instilled by the Navillo single orchid and corsages to papal Church, Wi assisted In the
r Unanlmouily approved for reappointment Dr. R. A. Conover, on new fungi 1 services by Dl w. 11. K. Pendle-
Rotary clubs, the motorcade will packing houM. List year the Nivllio mm displays of hundred ot
were City Clerk R. CBS dwellings at I cost of $.,000 tide experiment on tomatoes; be met at Goulds by a dele.tlonfrom brothers handled the crop) bloom. ton of Hollywood, a former pastor SPORTS CLUB
E. Edwards, Police Chief Wm. F.rentley. each on. N. W. Fifth end Sixth :I and Dr. John L. Malcolm, on f.r-I the Homestead club. from 500 to BOO arras of corn. Chit Thompson sang, .std
$ Fir Chief Elmer: Sulll ivenuei. Residential repairs and tlllter test plot of tomatoes and : The visitor .will be taken tc When' they are through with corn colored worker. from the King GIVES PRIZES

van and Utllitle Superintendent additions accounted fof. H.87S.. poUtoei. 'II. the packing house ot Troplca: here they I fallow t the crop to north I SERVICES TODAY mm grove served a* pallbearer
Cordon W. Ivey. Agriculture Co-operative Angel. Florida, Alabama, Oklahoma, The body wn accompanied by
City Attorney Ira C. Haycockdid ation at Could and shown boo Kansas, Missouri ind Illinois Col.\ Robert A. Ballard of Silver ATSKISHSHOW\
not ask reappolntmcnt An I Wood 'Wins Champ's Cup in Tourney; potatoes art washed, graded and FOR MRS. MILES Film dr to Arlington Cemetery

application for the attorney' post parked, Then they. will\ be taker Lutherans Say HomesteadSite for aervlreii end burial on Tuesday Johnson of Craig
Mr Edna
by Sylvester P. Adair, young I IHoin..te.d Mixed\ Foursome Play Slated SundayIII' afternoon
attorney, wa deferred through the vegetable Garden growmi. of Homes for AgrdDefinite Funeral services. for Mrs. Minnie Col.: Klngmin' *<,,,.In.l.w anddaughter won the 10 ,k. p. Merrurf: outboard -
for further consideration. King area of South Allapalah ) Anderson Nile, 84, of Bauer Col. and Mr*. FrederickR motor and Harry O'Neill
E the' nell( flnanoacommltteeman; Del Wood of Homestead wonchampion's ; and ,guests present were ierved and the East Glade, brmwhi selection of Homestead dr.. wll) .be held at 4 o'clock this ,, Weber of West Point, attended Homestead won the rod and
recommended, < thaithe} new city 1M cup tn the |4.. buffet dinner by Mn.. ,Arthur, through Homtstead and taken U. a* the site for development of i i afternoon in PhUbrkk Funeral the service, but his son Mat real, prim given Sunday In the
attorney be o > I flatmonthlyeraalary.tplclalya I held Mr, Walter Weiss, Mrs: Krone,, the Subtropical Experiment StaUon colony for aged member of the Home In Coral Cablet.,Cremation Dan Klngirwih;' .. ,grinbU '..te Redland t*strict Sportsnwulrai
mployd holt tournament
of handicap. Distriit"; Mrs,,McU.uiNta l ,.MrWAdrlenJicob and thorn t' JledUndJ'oilland Lutheran qns W'w.. i.nnounctdFriday'ojf *ttr rrTlow-, ;. *" .s'..X:; ramt/fom- .s..,ftr KOT.*") r'" ( -.......rai*..tg1...nralgn; ,TK '---"
. ,,,ttJ Ind '
Park Rtdbhd rflt
.Jttdla aW
cemmlltee ht
Cimpbell'aftd Spin of
JPxta- ** Vav Hng expenses, .father iKan Mn, Mn ths n-frf: Nile*, who ha made' he i It tsta lar ed."Mrs. Klnlnian\ prettntetlons' were Wide at the
on I fee bail, Country Club on Sunday, the tint, D. R. Done. Coconut Palm dr.' Lutheran Benevolent Society home In the Scotland District for wile of the colonel did not mike tkiih exhibition and public con.
Action on an application for anniversary of the club's openingfor A club tournament of mixed Lunch will be served on the which I I. negotiating/ for a '40 to I the part 3D yean, died Saturday the trip north for the aervlcei lent held In the Homestead city
reappolntment by Tax Assessor play. Won bv a gross score of foursomes II planned for next picnic. tables of the park by memobe. 50-ac-re tract here. After a con morning In Dado County Hospital ..- ,- _. park.
1 W B. Cave was deferred for further 228 the cup will be held by Wood Sunday, according to McLaughlin .. of the South Dade Garden Terence. In the Redland District She la survived by three nieces Greater Miami sk.h| ctulen!
consideration. A statement until next years tournament. The Club with the aid of the Holiurn Chamber of Commerce office with in Oakland, Cal, Mrs Ruth Tooly, DEATH CLAIMS presented In (the exhibition: were'
of delinquent personal and real trophy wis donated by A. F. Bakery's rolling kitchen Mrs the chamber president, Richard, Mn. M. Shepherd and Mimi Em nine-year-old Carl Asbury, who
estate taxes was asked for by Arthur, club president. f MIAMIAN KILLEDAS Herman Helnlein, garden club W. Fucht and local business men,, lly V Stenberg. used spinning fly and plug catt
the finance department. In the tint flight, Claude Camp president My that fried fish,, the committee wi shown differ Mrs Niles cam to South Florida MRO'COURTNEY lag gear; Joe. Brooks, who showed
bell the club by a hush puppies, slaw, baked beans, ant locations. I In the
Mayor Livingston, Chief Brant- won cup gross from Montana In 181)4. She how to fly cart strong
ley and Streeta Committeeman score of 233, and Jimmy BroUier,/ CAR UPSETSON pickles French bread, ..mbro.1. Preference wi expressed for a operated a Key West boardinghouse Sunday wind; Chet Motley, 13-
won the merchandise prize with ale and coffee will comprise the tract on N. Krome are., Come two I which was sometimes "pat Mrs Joule L McCourtney, year-old National handicap chum.
Musselwhlte I asked to work
I with 1 a delegation were I from the a gross score of 244. KEYS ROADRobert menu. Cold orange juice will be mile from Homestead, but no roomed by officers of the battleship Dade Count. remittent< for the put plan who worked with spin, plug
Second flight winners served slso. decision announced.Members . 10() years, died Turtday In Dude
Homestead school to study the prize definite wn Maine, who gave her sou- and fly tackle;, Jo and Johnny
the advisability of closing N. W. were Jim Sharp whose gross W. E. Rheney Is general chair of the committee were venire from the hlitorlc ship. She County Hospital where the had Reforest, A. 1>. and Mary BalloT,
Second between Fifth and score of 268 won him i club cup, Lawrence Home of Miami man of the Homestead Rotary the Rev O. K. Andeen of Miami, also boarded workers on Henry been a put lent for the pant six Leo Corti, Lou Bilnson, Lorraine
.ve.
(Continued on Page Two) and John Agnew, whose net score wa killed and four other Club'i committee on arrange Dr. Glenn A Scott of University I Flaglcr'i extension of the F. E. C. weeks. Funeral services! were held Pollard and Harvey Jordan First
of 213 snagged the merchandise' injured early Sunday night when menu for the motorcade. of Miami A. W Justus of Miami railroad to Key West She and yesterday lt" Miami, and burliil sklsher to more i perfect 100 In
oT Titanium Told prize. a blow-out caused Home to lose Springs and Col. W. H. Hackett her husband, the late H. E. Niles, took place In West Fl.igler Cemetery l registered tournament, Jordm
Story I Ij Playing the third night, Paul control of his ear ** he attemptedto Weiss, b1- n. Arthur Head of Coral Cablet. Local represen and Mr. Nile brother homesteaded ., made top urn of 92 points Sun
j) Redland District Lions Haley won the club cup with a pat an automobile eight miles South Dade Hoover Group tatlvei, In addition to Mr. Fuihi. on Sunrmerlsnd Key and Mrs MtCourtnpy hud made her day III a registered round.
I net of 215, and Edw. L. Krone aouth of Homestead on the Over. were Rudolph Cowman, Jkn gave their name to Nile Channel' home here with a brother, C H.
Titanium I I. on. of the Important the merchandise prize, with a net .seas Highway. Patrolman J. P. Walter Weiss and Mr. A. F. Sharp Howard Johnson, BcnJ W. there. (Dad) WuUh, who survives her.
t mineral resources of Florida, I of 228. Cook reported that the Home. car Arthur of Homestead have been Morris, Nell Deimlltig of WVCC A. C. Easton of Bauer dr. has She also lonves two eons', Bon $2,000 IS GIVENLOCALLY :
\, Lynn Collar, president of Southern :' Cross scores art the score careened ,*om* ISO feet before appointed South Dade cochairmen Mrs. Echoe Jordan and Mr and been appointed executor of MrsMlea' Frye of Went Psalm Bench und I
Engineering and Metal Product "from scratch" explain Club overturning. of the Florida Committee for Mr I.: Jame C. Vann. I affairs.Clinic Nelson T. McCouitney, a civilian I
of Miami and Floyd Snow, Miami Pro L, E. McLaughlin, and net Tiken, Turner ambulance to the Hoover Report. Cochairmenof employee In Guam: two diugb FOR
Beach metallurgist told the Carriers of
,
ten. Mr Dorothy
score are scores with handicaps.Approximately James Archer Smith Hospital the Southeast Florida committee
Redland District Lion Club Tuei- 100 members Opening of Gould(; I; Waits miiladelphli and Mrs Beth Whiteof
were Mrs Horn, who suffered a are E. Richard Mead of MIami MARCH OF DIMES
day night.An Tennessee and five grandrhil.
lacerated scalp and shock, James Beach and Mrs. L. J. Me ;
amateur Jewel cutter, Collars On Installatii of Water drill and great-grandchild
m System a
Saturday Is Deadline McElroy of Miami, who suffered Caffrey of Miami. The Initialmeeting
told of the Jewel made by titanium Mn. McCourtney was born
'j a lacerated scilp and possible of the local groups was Redlind Di.lrlct contribution
I dioxide under special purification To Register Locally Aug I, 1177, In CIlrtHielle, Ale
and Mn. McElroyand Miami thus
Injuries In the to total
back expected more
held Wednesday r*
I and crystallization, ..and Opening of the new Could foot porch has been divided Into She and the late Mr Courtneywere
exhibited several stones he had'wL' Tomorrow Is the last day that: Hughes Swain of Roanoke, Chamber of Commerce building. clinic for white and colored patient waiting, blood testing, examining active In real estate operation 12,000, for the current! March of
Va., Horn house guest, whose in. Tile committees, which are Dimes, report Chairman Tho
books will wait installation of
the county registration a and bath rooms. Jalousies her during the boom. Later
: I be In the local precincts juries were minor affiliated with the National at- water system at the unfinished have been B. Royal Fifty-six dollar! from
Club member learned that tI. open provided by the Home she went/ Into the restaurant and
tanlum I I. present In considerablequantities ; voter art advised On Sunday, Iten'i Committee, hive n their building originally designed to stead Business and Professional the dairy buiineiwes She wa a Flu Itomuiteid-Redland girl1benefit
a* llmenit In the sand : the books will be returned to the Boy Scouts and Cubs aim dissemination of informationon house. Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Women'' Club which plan also member of the Order of the Eastern game Monday" night wn
On the east coast of Florida and' office of Carl Holmer, Jr., supervisor Are Invited to ChurchIn the Hoover report on government lay Mr*. Oak Will*, public to put asphalt tile on the floors. Star. I added to previous collection of
that this state produces 20 per : of registration, where economy. health nun who will man the 1,721 87 and pledges of $ISO and
cent of the world' supply. In its' they will be available for registration observance of Boy Scout clinic Drilling of the well and the coin box collection art still
purified form, titanium Is 'white through Apr. 1. Sunday, the tnemben of Boy Tom Make Will Give installation of the plumbing lyt- Visitors to 'Glades Park DoubleIn out.The
and Is used as a pigment In paint : Since Feb. 1, the book have Scout Troop 9 and Cub Scout Organ Recital for ClubA tern has been adopted a* a project "Iron lung" receptacle wtl'|
and porcelain. The metal la twice been open at Homestead, Florida Pack 25 are Invited to attend In of the Redtand District Uoni One-Year Period, Reports Beard be left for a while In down town
Princeton Coulds uniform the Sunday morning aer Hammond recital will Club Will store to continue collection fob
.i strong as Iron and almost ai City, Redland, organ Mn. .y. .
light M aluminum, the group was and Terrine for the convenienceof vice of Homestead Presbyterian be presented by Tom Blake of Donation of 15 or more straight Urn drive, Royal II'.
told. Redland District voters. Church. The Rev Frank L. El- Homestead at the ladle nightprogram chair are sought by Mr* Will More than twice as many persons 22, when UT1 visitors swarmedIn. The Redland girls defeated the

very, pastor, will preach on"Let's of Florida City Klwanls who My, "We are not proudwe visited Everglades National For bet January, 13,112 Homestead girl 14.10 Monday
Make Brotherhood Real". Club this evening In Club Em. will use kitchen chain or any Park during the past tax months light-seer were reported.On night, despite an early lead by

News Story of Lincoln's Shooting Dr C F. Robinson, organist, bassy. Mr and Mr Blake and other available chain for eating a* In th. like period last Monday, 150 high school Homestead Pacing the victor
Everettwltb
year Jackie
win present "Melodlt" and "Vir family recently moved here from patient In our clinic.1' pupil from Fort Lauderdal will were "SpeedbaU"
Treasured by Daughter of Witness gin's Prayer" by Maxenet"Cav Mississippi to buy a grove homeat Maternity, Infant and venereal report Superintendent Din be taken on a guided tour of six points, and Dime Lount
atlna" by Bohm, and "March" by the corner of Biscayne dr. and disease clinic art among the Beard By actual count, there Paradise Key by the park rang. bury with four.ri"tol. .
Schubert. Mn. W. E Rice and Newton rd. service to be offered In the new were 20,814 visitors from July I JI '"'. The nsture walks are held
The assassination of President (dent's heid. The assassin then Mrs. C. I. Chlpley will !islnf a Joe Kelleher and Frank Haus- renter In the hospital building 1941 I to Feb. I I. 1(4/. a* compared daily at :2 I o'clock when rangers ins:
Abraham Lincoln, whose. birthday leaped on the stage, brandishing duet, "R ck of Age., art to music man were welcomed!' .( members two block cant of the Could point out Interesting plant and Loot in Brooke BreakA
or knife, and made to 46,651: vial Lori In the pant
a long dagger animal life.Despite .
anniversary U Sunday, Ia I reported by Frsng Schubert, and the colored achool on Hiinlln dr
of the his escape In the rear of the choir wiU preterit. "My God and Nature Fans Hear Park For clinic UM, the 10 by 40 six month recent dry weather, "choosey" prowler .tole a
In I yellowed copy theatre. .. P by Sergei. Lad month, 11A8persons: fire has been kept out of the park, shaving brush and a .31 iuU>*
New York Herald of Apr. 15, "Laura Keene and the leaderof At 7.10 tonight everyone Is Invited Wild Life Recordings went on the nature walks or pic Heard reports. For the past matlr 1I1.ltllln I week-end bresk
r IMS, owned by Mrs Earl L. Mar the orchestra declared that to the educational buildingto of wild life calls E. ROSBOROUGII month. Engineer. ROM. Sweeney of In at Brooker Lumber Co, report *-
tin of Redland rd., whose father they recognized him (the assassin set the free film of the classic Recording nicked at Paradise Key, he said. the regional office In Richmond, Police Chief Win F Brant
Everglade
witnessed the tragedy. The later ) as J. Wikes Booth, the actor children's story. The Five Little made near National Paradise Park Key In heard- The busiest day wa Sunday, Jan. Vs., has been here working out J ley. The thief gained eolrr!

Capt Thot. A. Tribble of the and I rabid secessionist. ." Peppers and How They Grew. by member* of Tropical were Audubod TAKEN BY DEATH[ plan for park development.A through I rear window
Fifth Ohio Volunteer Cavalry Two column of the blacklinedfront
tabloid.... Society Monday night when Dr. Mayor Livingston to DeSoroptfmlsts'
w..1n Ford Theatre In Washington of the '
on the fatal Saturday, night paper were page devoted to Civil War U. S. Offers Potatoes! Paul P. Kellogg, noted ornithologist Burial aervlce for E. B. Roe Speaker P. 0. Receipts Mail Volume Register r'
,
"Wild Lift Voices" borough South Allipatfui Car.
when the President met his news under the headings of TheRebels" For Welfare, Schools spoke on of I
death at the presentation of "The 'i' "Jeff Davis at Danville". In Riverside School: auditorium In den, M, were held Tuesday In Mayer S. E. Livingston will be ; .Steady Rise Since September of 47
American Cousin." "His Latest Appeal to His De- The new crop of Dade an$ Lee Mliml. Woodlawn Cemetery In Miami, the speaker at Monday luncheon'i ,
Under squat black headlines, I luded Follower ,* county potatoes, now being The device, placed on the boardwalk Mr. Rosborough, a retired butcher, of the Soroptimlit Club of Homestead {
I the prints a dispatch from I II I I i Capt. TrIbble kept the old 1 bought by the government under extending out Into TaylorSlough died Feb. 1 In Lake City announce Mrs Eleanor: A per cent Increase In month line September, 1M7, according
Edwin paper M. secretary ofwar newspaper with his war records.On th* price support program i II bas been used to make H* was a member of Biscayne Froscher, program chairman.At Homestead. post office receipt to Phillip
Stanton I
to Maj. Den Din of New I: account of his extreme youth, available U Florida welfare 14-hour-a-day recording of the Bay Masonic Lodge. Survivor this _k'! meeting the club and a ,.. per cent Increase to the Last month' receipts wert
York: Thi evening at about he enlisted as i bugler and served agenda for payment of the cost mikes o( South Florida wild'creature are his another, Mn, S. Y. Rot want on record ai strongly ftvorlng volume of mall art reported by $3,237.74 M compared to M.T8S.04

130: . the President was shot I four year lAte la life, he came of tnnaportaUOIIoSchoo1 Dr. Kellogg has been work torough. and two daughters, MrsDam the Installation of traffic Acting Postmaster A. "{. Phillips, for January of last ,ear. Then
by an assassin who suddenly entered 'I to Florida for his health, arid lunchroom and state Ing In o-operttion with the Unl- Sickle and Mn. Willi W. light at the Intersection of U. .. Jr. for January a* compared to were 122J71 piece of mail J
the box and approached upon his death la Dania to 1120, and private eleemosynary insti vanity ot Miami Zoology depart, Vkk all of South JUUpattab 1 and Mowry iL and at the IB- the like period last year. A Heady handled last month, an increase
behind the President The plskd-I i his papers ware> left to Mrs. Martin tutiofts also may obtain Use pete mart *n numerous trip Into the Garden, and I MM, Samuel Rot- tenaetion U Krome ave. (Florid J I.t_"- both tn receipt and in of 1,407"over plclOlf' Dandled\ la1MB.
ball entered the back of the Pro- I his only child toe*. park with a recording truck borough of Uvt Oak. 27) and Mowry sV volume hive been recorded every .

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FRASER JOININGFROSCIffiRSTAFF Matthew Raymond Mclnnla, SLATES REVIVAL i Harland C. Merriam\ mod- as part of the study theme. Christianity I'James and Jamr.: tint UK
three-month resident here, died erator of a new> class organized at.1I In the home
!Sunday In Janet AldMr sal.. Churches at the tftetrM will by tilt United Otltncll of ChurchWomen Homestead Prtebyterian church Interested person err Invited
/lloapiUI, tfttr I M-dty P.*. 'lb 1fev.1. Ise 0tIIIM dWsO i ia observing this atttiual In .Munition i ( of 10.- I achogl for yottM adults. of I be. U In .fleet with the loss nt which ])et).on Electric Has
i i The body sees Bent ay "Turar ,... &MtB)-will lit the .vmaellattor Cte d Day at Prayer aa Friday, 000000. T iw *,*r ti... Mnmetlll II 'to M yean. of age frnup "'nIei UIP present avmliers" an Mr. and! HOTPOINTAPPLIANCES
inn Fraser nd I hi- II ,if<,. SilvioI Funeral Home to Regal. Oak I wee* of nl"'Uy revival. ftr- feb t4, from IOM/ to 12 noun '"'\ be hrld in thi f first Friday/' i Parental' Dilemma ef ruldanee; or l Ms,
1 1.er I.Ielo'' 1\1'' ,in line I Mlrh for funeral arrrlces end vales to begin Sunday *W>. 1 I'. bl First Methodtrt Church af of tjmt In Ml rtnmtrl I FsWssr far 43hlUren will be 1'1'I;: : ;: ::: :, : I

burial Homestead All organization Waller Stun II'" Mr .1111 Mi-, F.U-I Priae+.IM,. Ph. 441
lunuol 'the sales lull of Eleanorrusrher M. W.
In Fled Church ot Oed on
An engineer, Mr. Mclnnlt wee Coupa are .tovited. to unite. in UM gene Bailey Miv, Sp,'iic'r Marry ,
i RMI|| "n i They! have aveat Seventh at .
fin) obsemmea
born M In Ashland Wit.
yecra MO
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'IH'iidht the Jan Grubbf resl-.1If He Ii survived by a ten., Adrian The Rev Oeo Kufeldt pastor A special program. will be presented Home-Cooked Food

,i IUT at 111 N. W. lUi Itfor MclnnU of Kirkland, Wtah.Elrery .. extends I eordlaJ levitation to the during the hours mentioned .. .
__ but the sanctuary will be .
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\ Frastf, i native of Wftminaton Talks on Basil hai public been to In bur the ministry MT. for more opea all. day fee prayer and medic >i, Fried Chicken Specialty: ; .. 110. .; .
tatlon Hot UiMuits with AU Meals :
Del, attended. Culvef Of World Government than 40 ,.ara. "Even though hlaf.lII.r The Day of Prayer Is aptMoreO I t r
Home Made PicsWe.roM
were .
Military Academy in Indiana and and grandfather
Blair Academy sad Rat" Prep. "Tht Bails of World Oovem- atheists and he himself one pro. at 4 P. M BenlarsSUM 5 j
K< huol l and Collate bl New J r- mrnt" was the topic of I talk fussed atheistic tendtnclet, Mr. Death Call Mrs. Lowry,
.<, II. uai MIN representative given at Wednesdays meeting of Colllni pfttrhM the Gospel to Year Resident of Keys
,, that he hat been called the 1 & AMY'S RESTAURANT
I. the Speatoaan Cf). in the the Homestead Rotary Club by ably a,twe
ulhcarUrn states, with Atlanta' the Rev Frank Elvtry, pastor sllver-fongued orator Mr. Ku Mr. teathat Mitchell Lowry t.y
,? lui headquarters before ownUK of the homestead Presbyterian feldt asytSunday. wife of W. C. Lowry of Plantation U .. I lost N. af Homestead soon 417'RValentine 1
to Miami 11 year MO .1 I I Church. Key, died Sunday at the Mitchell
Miami hi and "' ". Fraser w Mr Elvery Aid that th fact School Increase home It the tt tf 61. The body .f.
", \the real estate tale staff of the World Council of Churcheshad was sent by Turner Funeral Home ofesc'
< tech, B. Gore of Blscaynt j11vd. I I been formed U evidence that Reported by Silver PalmA to Wake Forest N. C., for funeral
Mi Fraser. born and services and burial.A sit
reared td
t 1.or Id government ran be inaugurated cent increase In I sr. 1$ ; .J
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per native of North
u' (ornella. Ca. ii I graduate of I If a basis for agreement Carolina
UK,, Georgia State College for found church achool enrollment was re- Mrs. Lowry had made her home :
be
W<" men She was formerly count I can ported Sunday at the quarterlyconference on Plsntatlon Key for the past ; ere irfor i\, 1
I "In opinion, governmentsof Palm Methodist I

ted v.lth the Wachevta Bank I my of Silver three years,
alt TYuat' Co of Alhevllle N. C, the world can be brought together Church. New itewardi, In addition to her husband, she i aYo&wmQuality
and war with the Florida National I "If. they can agree on two trustees and committeemen were leaves: two tons, Clyde Lowryof
things, said he They must be 4
flank In Miami before Joining named. Raleigh N. C, and Mitchell sr
I ijJe Core's organisation able 10 agree on ((1) what I la right Dr. Henry W. Blackburn, superintendent Lowry of Hopewell, V..; five
and what U wrong, and ((1)) of the Miami t>lt- daughters/ Airs Aids White of A?
Connecticut: Visitor whether man has Inalienable, tract, p .ldecl. Burlington N. C., Mrs. Dolores rh M Products !
such i 'j'j2 a aw
God-given rights or only Curtis and Miss Joan Lowry of ,
a Succumbs to Illness rights as the state tees fit to LOCAL BABY WINS FtlZB Petersburg, Va., Mrs. Mary Tsy

give him." lor of Yorktown Va., and Miss '
Peter Alb Aldo of
Milford Thereat Bominarlto, baby .
C ':n who hid been \spendingthe daughter of Mr and Mrs Coil mo Antoinette Lowry of Tavernier; I .. ktcJti.c.rMJ,1
MINISTER MEET TfEHDAY: two brothers O. B. Mitchell of
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Inter In lalamorada died Bommarito Of 142 N. E. Second /1
Hendersonvllle\ and C. B. Mitchellof
Feb S In James Archer Smith All ministers and their wives tve., won a trophy and a blue Franklin N. C and three .Ia- r 4.fo t
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It pllal. On Friday Turner Fun are Invited to attend the noon ribbon for beauty and personality: tens Mrs. A. T. Morris and Mil. "a
"ri| Home sent the body to luncheon meeting lit the flatland In the seven to ..Ihtmonthold.roup i
R. C. Rena of Oxford N. C, and
Milford for funeral services and District Ministerial Association of the 13th,annual Better Mrs J. R. Woodward of Willow '" .,: ,
tmr.al Tuesday at Redland Farm Labor Baby Contest sponsored Mondayby Springs, N. CTRl'MBl .e
Mr, Aldo 8. lava hit wife Supply Center fill host will be the Junior Order of Unite
Mn: Carolyn Aldo and a acm Louis B. Pool, religious and American Mechanics! In Miami GOES a rr 'tomD
L'i Aldo both bf Mllford, and a recreational director of the amp Woman's Club building. AIR a $
C a.:titer, MIR.! Gloria C |H-cela-' I re4u to
tor of Orange Conn Stephen Trumbull of Tennessee
rd., on a nation-wide WQAM
broadcast Tuesday night, told of gait e:

NO CHANGES I Career Opportunityfor his coverage of the Cash kidnapping r
case of Princeton as a MI-
(Continued from Page Ont) I ami newspaper reporter The
t nth streets to insure tht safety SalesmanWe Cash case, which drew national
of ftpiiroxlmstrly, ) toil elementary attention was selected by Trum-
school Presenting the i bull as his moil exciting experience
pupils ease
)tore looking for a District Mgr. to luscious aweNrolis.lcinytoppedl
for the MhiMil ,,erei R:. II MlarkI' I In newspaper work for the
burn, principal; Mrs. Wllmmi develop his own Life, Accident and Health program, Gentlemen of the, free. Candy !
Crosby. P T A president; utltilph I '
in this We
and HoHpitalization\ Agency area.
Commas, Daddies' Clubprc Cards
idenl Henry prldficn, vUt j offer development assistance, and training I ' '
pre,;lilcnt of the Homohtend |{otaiy "
Club, which cpark-pluiwd for the right person selected. Our programs Gifts i .,

the: project t; and Mrn James n, include: Life, Non-cancellable: Accident and

Homer, P T. A. member The Health and HonpitaHratlon Insurance. Per (SU Valentine's Day: Tuesday, Feb. 14))
rr .llei had been under considers- leiJIlAllOIAI
tl"n for i number of months by 1 I manent resident desired! This Is an excellent
the retiring council which at' Hi I
final meeting recommended clueIng opportunity for the right person. Write or DIXIE DRUG rw

01 tho street In question phone. ,
The council voted to Rdvi rll.. Your Friendly Eexsll Store j4
a public hearing on an applies* : niwottiM tot WUTUI, tuum tdfl4Mg/
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tees by Slnrlulr Ilefinlng/ Co. to I Insurance Associates Agency Inc.
install a pipeline from its bulk ,
plant at II & W. Fourth ave. to
tht railroad for unloading\ .I....1 iusr.are irhang Bldg.. .J| N. E. Bad Ave. Miami G
oline The matter hssW4f td if, !- .-en Hunt MlaJntMfMEleanor
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I BASKETBAU CAIJVDM Plumbing. Supply Stow : , I" I I rH"" ",,. It"It.M,,+t.. LEA1;: ER. RPRYSR: Fri111y. r.... 10. 1&50-.1 :1
,j GROWERS\ FIVE ROY SMITH BUYS I :
Friday, reb It--Otrtrtrt bat.hettell opened! Here by A. Silver I FISHING NEWS\ HOMESTEAD F.F.A. lArarf IMwtr Larta except for .U.fcy. and WMlnrr

SEEDED FIRSTINBTTONEV league doubleheader atHomaetead HALF INTEREST IN Pheoit lg telppiy i* s Bf BVBOt BOOKHCha daya. .h open frees I:Ml a. m to j
j ;I gym: 710: Nation! new-bus*****the .pee. beer. ******. By ACCTTI bad IWT& Through February 18 MtM MMI spell am + .M. to ..
Ouerd v& Omnni Ball and. at IM aV Krome**, hi. 4M ***- .ae leek....., lair Lily''lAw. On Saturday evening library
Tackle; fcM. Habertlaahmi' va.riertde NEON SIGN SHOP{ to I When the
Cil> HomecU High! at kin building i" A The Silver OWWT el Miami. and. MIAMI BtAOl ()(tAM11Mt1 siTes" ......... .. Hemtaiaad. re.1e Boy UeMry win be ea rtoon.noun Lie ar "from closed s oanMetttlOM
Rivenide manager aaeaeIIIed *T. F r A. returned Seedy tended through Saturday Fvb II. may be placed in, the .burn at the
who wee
By ALLAN LEFT has bought prexioutlr where Ike at-
Boy L. Smith a from Taupe .
Feb i II l n..dllIId with his uthei. In the \IIIIIIIIIrII\ .Uutoad of rteatou tomorrow aiariginaUr entrance
I Unbeaten. In eight dart Saturday llomwtead Neon ** ** Waded the Florida Sob fair
again hair-mlCI.J't'lt In . ? ? ,
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Dan The shower iimoninrnl
High at Sarasuts.Teeday apply business in that A* AM Bob Willie Home, Joe planned I
league rivals Hanmleae" strong Runs" and Tuesday became an log the. war he Barred wMh$ the reb. 10 1:0: 1:1.: 1:11:) an: Orawdy. Tommy by the Woman' Club Boa to employe coming In J
I Chart laker and -
quintet WM ateded tint for Ui.qua Feb H llomc trd I active partner with K L LeMrm IlrfCII'NII. Feb. II Iii: i-M IM: IM: Tordaa leeney rode wWi Mr. Wend Homestead. from whoa dub .lute. : "You ahouJd here bean here j 1
J B Group March Eight 1-4 b.ekNbeutournement It SouthBrowerd'a High at South Broward I who eataMMMd. the "bMineat here IWIMd Pkrnilag ,... will Feb. It 4:11: 4.M II-M: 11:40: our chapter advisor while GeorgeSprleki library the city library grew half. an hour era"moyeel . '
t f the f.rat; of January MM ftb.II I'll: IM: IIM: IIM: Book, mtgastnet and code maybe : "Why whet. lapppeedKx. 1
new The Grew. Friday, Feb 17-DWrtrt baaketbtll carry a complete end Stanley Pacettl weregueat
i en hvt I 15-1 gym ovtrtU record league doubleheader at I A aen. of the Ute Dealer Smith tupplte and was eater te bath Feb 14 1:11: IN: : .- I*:I* ol Bob IloMford el Miami. brought t. the horsy wWeh, .
Mr, Smith Rey earne toHeoweUed Feb.IS T-04: MS: 1110 1:11: ,
i lemeted! gym: TM: Overseas I Ia.1l and retail Mid h4e1e trade M the Judging fruits and vegtttbl
Host South Broward liven Til 1M
wee with toe from Feb It ?::50dl9
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Roland DWrtct end the Florida three member.*, Stanley.
and Tackle WL Florida City; I were
,1 No. I reeking: Pompano third; when he wa II year . M. n III Ml: 11 111: .
Pompom Joe
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Key Mr. Silver Mate Bob and Tommy wmi end
National Guard Haberdaahen. -
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J Key Wrtt, fourth end S& Peter _
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formerly
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KMI at Redland High; of ac WM noal.A eeTsA Ctiarlf were *nembi>n ot the Announcing the Opening of I
and
Paul of Miami fifth. Th cleW wilt hh brother, Ortn. .
rattle judging rontMt
1 priori will be 48c for pupil. and Homestead High at Key WeetPaul Navy Slate Conference rMWwiMl
r now a partner of Smith-OnveeFurnltum .." 1.. Asisu 1::: A urda of the Judging" team'
I 75c for adult Co.. In the filling ata- On Pipeline Operation view ite Lets IM will be revealed at I later. date
The Grower firtt will II. Newman In Navy : In the Euro-) list A45 ite
game tlon bualHae served to == :: .=: Slop Add ::..MAM1c Redland
t be Mar. I at I p. m. when they pawn Theatre of World War Two, A Washington conference xw AM ad.rw. .
Really
meet the winner of the SeacreH- On Mediterranean Duty and until this week WM employedby work out I new agreement for ........_1w. O.rt dad AN ..d.OM.u. ... "
Lake Worth tattle. I ILa.t Great Uke Ill', Feb,-P.uJH. Smlth- from. Florida\ City to Key I.... Menx4 a_ add IIN Inhabitant, "folks round thta
the to the
Friday night Growen'turned electrician mate, Mr. Smith bring new
Newman
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in I M-ll omit over Tech: third clan, USN of Hedlnnd rd, alga' bueinee long-time know)* Weft la expected to be held within .II....... a honk..i .. AN .oMr. parts doet try to labor very
High on the local court The I Homestead FIM recently arrived I due. of the community to com the next few week. between .;:we N.Iwewhe I. '1. 0.15 AM :,:: I much. Matter o'fact, I think the Plumbing SupplyA. !
lariat man In the stab Bvn right
navel official and member of .
Growers leading J7at ball 111 the Mediterranean acne aboard plement Mr. Lefebvte'a veteran .....__ es. t10rtM aw ..o.In .
I the aqueduct eomminton ,.,....... liar q.,. here In this "I'II-II.me'a Will I
time were never threatened by the since ahlp UflB Atlrla with exiierleno In Neon Mpg designing. IM .we .I
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the visitor Bob Roper war high I' fleet unit which relieved aMps and conttnirttam. The original agreement war Ikio II iixnuw SILVER, OwncrManajtcr t.
Wilt Knotir
I, for the Growers with IS poInU of the Sixth Teak Fleet I I Ih.bltu.1 cancelled several month ago Dr. and Mrs J, F. Gibbon report I listener repealed. -
Roy Sincere had 14Playing During hit four-month tour of Judge: "You are charged with when President Truman algned a catch of M mapper from
without the services olAce duty In this area he will lie .t- : drtinkenneta., What oxruse a bill which authorized the navyto the Homestead canal.Don "Vfp replied the Q L "He" 280 So. Krome Ave.
to hay he writes out hU
Guard Kenny Grave and lorded an opportunity tq visit have you to offer'" : buy the commlnlon1 one-third Beard Jr. and David never
.... Forward Jerry Cox the many of the countries of southern I Offender: "Habitual thlrtt, : Interest. In the fresh water line rrlrdrlrh Jr. fished Card Sound 'name'Won't"-Ix In full-ju-l sign hlateU I )Homeitead j
Growen racked .p I &0-.. win Europe and northern Africa sir'' Ex. I for SI.OM.3B2. with plug and caught M trout
I Tuesday night over Ponce de and I blue runner,
The day are when
Leon. Both players were down I gone you
4 with the flu The Growen of- I I Profenor: "I old I could hundred peer knothole through and any are one a of ball a Catering to Homestead, Redlands', and Florida I
I. fenae was led ai usual by Bob
person born In 1894 be now?" game free they're using that i
Keys with
Roper with 24 points He hiss e Area a
Student: 'Mm or woman-* kind of lumber to
season total of zee point I Roy 1 I,RK.': 127.000 hornet. put Into
: y Sincere Growen.had 12 point for the W Buy Squash -Powvrftx.
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1" Tonight Pompano the for Grower I game will with travelto the Complete Line of Plumbing .

t Beanplckert. Tuesday they will HIALEAH'SWorld '
t play South Broward on the Bulldog r 1
." court And Cucumbers Supplies


"' j' New Shrimp Bed Find "- i

Causes Rush to Keys

!r, I Some 200 boats of the Florida EVERY DAY e Famous Including: ,
ahrlmping fleet art reported con. i .
I verging on huge new ahrlmp beds I HathTulw'' 'J' ''
whoa discovery hear Dry Tortu .
? gas, 130 miles south of Home- FLAMINGO DAY' I i . .. ,..
,steed was reported Wedneaday.Seen Field Run Unwashed Best Prices Toiled ';!I s '.-'TJ. ",. ,J
In full awing within 30
dye, the project It expected to I
mean multi-million dollar Basins
a new .t.' .
Industry for Key Vett ai an \t' 1 uo+
March ,
Friday '
already Icing and being loading trucked center.In Ice from it Why wash your squash and 3 ,I 1- ,. y+ ;' ", Sinks .' '

,Homestead for the fleet which f
require six ton of Ice for each cucumbers out of a barrel? Let Cabinet Sinks ,'.
chipper trip, and a pound of ice '
for each pound of ahrlmp In I" '1'1'
,pecking. us worry about washing and : I Flamingo ParadeBirds Soil Pipe"
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. Covering an area from 73 to :
100 square mile near Rebecca grading. We wash and wax I Galvanized Pipe ,
shoals, the ahrlmp bed are reported *
to be producing a new are paraded only once
species similar to the Golden them the modern way-by ma- I Copper Pipe
Brazilian variety of the Gulf of a year
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Mexico; and named by Ita dli- v ,
chine. ,.. Fitting '
coverer the "golden Imperial"ahrlmp. .. .; ,J .. .l .
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Radio and Television heavy-duty engine, in the most Come fa and ce these twopowerful ,
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Appliance P. I: stepped up to 92-b.p. to jive value than evert Homestead Neon Signs.

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IIl11lmnflllmn..IIIIIDlf .'oo.t Id ab bsM.al ....... I "Carl A. File aa... ae jw4er -LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday Feb. 10. 1
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Leader-Enterprise trial..t. pees ..** bus Rowe 4CMC POC VM ........ QNaVdl M
.. Peaesea (a'b II ...Mras d 'ed Sunday echo! Mended by .
.sale II IleaMM 20 Years Ago DM** MM**** ofCM prwslw wbe 'M *t Ih* MM. II .... Frank ROOFING ALL TYPES .; j
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11" . FT* B. MM lapeMel wra ICatk = :*.*.-<***-= Tto ke..1.eMa..M* IMM W r.Y..ea Mlpw Ji w1.mM Md U* H. --. I Aufuetu Wynn James Robe tu, At oRf,4iT No jobs too lane or too small j
.1..a r. ..... w dw SA.Q.rfer 11l111blrewe Hetoej Uhma Mia MonteM J
t ....,.. .- .. ., WMkktoWt.I Repairs. Modern equipment -J
.. ..... Mr. Mid Mr* Frank WrtH and Joe Doll. . Louie
.'e./m:i.: .aM..w..l rhw b ne family. Mr*. Margaret Parr and ....Irk., Mn N. G. Ball. -- ,
DeacATe MM 10.HII Insured and \'ed. 1
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eon. Mr*. R. U Moeer and daughter H. Wetoter. Mrs. T. FM- w w..twroa. A1) f W.euw. dIaa.
MAJoaIg. .. AI( a Mr. and Mr*., Roy flora' Mr. *. Ceo. Reed Mr. Olvea 1 ISI"TP e.4o.wmmr.d. a ,..'i& w MIAt Nn I
. I and. Mm Harry. Cooper Mr. and I victor Mn. t. T. Witness' Mr*. 11on..rr m .o .o as..eN For contact call llrouker's 62 or 813
MART UU.&..mwits.owi .. nllllllltflllllllllfIlJfntmmllurnunn'The : Mr Prod H. Redd. M,. and Mr* John Oekeler and Mia Saldee non.Me .oa. w.MI.m ..Ay..c
l battle of UM mayor* will r. C. Heim. Mr. and Mr. t. D. Murray. .." o.mo.r.n. ewen nr.w B. M. MOORE
li ;: e nrs rot so. rw s/1 ennlqwwr.loTe "
i hole 1\'NC&IPT1O"0-. 1 -.aATUr uaaa a -. be fought . when Mayor S. LUNng.ton Redd, Mr*. Edith Twyman and .M..... Oeo. W. Koael. I,., bat ; ',
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I UA" daughter, Dr. and Mr W. T. left the hospital with her
...... 11::; L.:, Ex-Mayor Paul Ru. youngion. :
/ p1., RIqIAt Lanler. Or and Mr t B. Tower Richard and I* apendlniaeveral J'I
I sell/ and Mayor B. H. Edward of .... ,
and family' Mr Ulan Kahl day with her mother -"" !:...,... ,
-M.w.d ... Florida sly play a three-coin* Jane and son, Mr .and N..... Ceo.Kahl Mr*. Chai. Behreni. ." --- I
...... Iq r 1111.1.w.I1.M U. |>M ..,elw... ..match. oa .... . mlnlalurt golfeoura Mr and Mn. Roy D. Mor-i j 1. ... __ / I
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Moke Allen of and
Mr
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....... ton 1
-- sMw w .a cponaored fay the; American Ha, Mlu Alice\ Kahl M,. and Mrs.w f - 12
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..... .. 1m. kin. .." Mrs. C. M. Allen of 9/
Lei K. Walton, Mr and Mr* C. ;'l/ I
and Mill Eileen Trrwllllier of Mal'blETEI'I'aZZQ
With potato farming triad forth T. ruchj. Jr.. Mr. and Mr* Ceo. -7wMo. "" ,. TilE
Detroit! and Miami' were married q.eM
first L Reynolds. M,. and Mr Ceo. o rt: ....
EucharU Lilies Um on an xteniivtrle Feb. f In Miami...* Ma.OM $ -- Asa ,
South Dada County ll pro L Reynold, Jr.. Mr. and Mn.H. ...ore-a ......_....I MMO r.rovies Orr.ea
f1&1.&ricII during 100 move bushels of spuds W. Johnston Mr and Mr. "Mli Dolly McCulloufh of. ..w. mile. Awe.none w.wHT. ,.*..mss.eS.eeewl.000OK. . I
By Aaale Markew Redland and W. Anderaon" Miami aI ,. .
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I Ito the Mr than UM famous potato Albert Cave., Mr. and Mrs I NSnnw., 'noes resetk 5A.w.
OUT cam from Jamaica. Sarah fltldi of Virginia . There frank B\ Mr. and Mr Edw.: I I will b* mimed Feb. U In Iaeer/wwd s Moerwt_I. ftI81I.w AlAtAMI N.
'V1r/ r.wewMw.uAA.e tea
Jane had a yen .'ir* bout It! sera of potato Silting Mr. and Mra. Walter Miami --.- oTo4 li we I
In her levenUe* to ,lilt the his l her- B.rce. M,. and Mrs Lev K Leh I I Until I
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...In. r /1.11..Y.1..IM .
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'Alb.il' R. ReiU of Florid. City, man. Mr Lena Knowle, Mn.M.ybeHe
Where the wa born. Strolling lhcountryalde i iI 19 died Feb. II after a ilx-year. Rue and T. L .

centenarian who she foundA had beauedher fight to regain hi* health .." . Adds OrlvOL"I'I'I'"MI. I H. E. ARNAUD ..WIII'.rleltl of Mr and Mn.1 I Mr. S. A. King entertained the I II ::
mother 'round.Chatting I "One* hundred children, from Mr* Ivan Moser are R S. Clark are Mr. C1ark'emother 'T.I K. L. Ciao of First Baptist :: Let us give you an estimate on the
ben of the .
.' with him one day, quit the kindergarten to the aentor ,. ." Homestead schoolfaculty II S. K.A, Mr.*. ]: H. Hewitt and Church In honor of the teacher,
suddenly he Mid I claw of Homestead schools, will/ I I I family of Drookivllle. .." Mn. Catharine ptckard. ." I I I terrazzo and tile work in new
"I 'hav aomethlng that your dlupprt thenuelvea M fainter Mn R. B. Zenker has aa a WATCJIMAKEK: AND your
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mother long line dead, brown{ and Mother Cocwe char guest her sister Mr*. Ruacll JEWELER: I
with th* simple 1 criers In the operetta, The WI"'h.log Kennedy of Miami. ." :I i iI building or modernizing. your
01W'1'n i Rinf.V written and directedby "Mr and Mr. David Heroes Watch ClockJewelry '
That pa* them on. It ha. been Mn. *Annie Mayhew Fit*. are' parent of a little daughter I Repairing Veterans present home. Craftsmanlike work
my ambition [,Patrick.- bom Teh. P. on premises.
I' To shin Uiem with you, her \ of '
guaranteed. Many patterns
child her only daughter, 1'earN Rcstrun j material

Hoping pleiaur they that way giv they you broughther. the Appraisals Made Make\ Your Reservation Now to choose from.

DON'T FORGET! Electric; Clocks I
If you will are they Ire pawed RepairedFraternal I .
from friend t friend For a Barbe'rIJuiltVeteran's
on *
I We sell tile to contractors.We
Her lei of 1'ly niemorte will Jewelryof owners or .

never end." to make ;!/o//r. . cub special all, kinds.aUrntlon. UMaaonle I HomeOne stock only the best ,makes to

and Eaal m Star in.
OUaealt iMil-naitle insure quality appearance your
contribution to I rwblems.VbE I block of homes now under construction, '
:;. ;
KARKOTEtWDERBODT Ol'R PLAN LAY-A land title clearing under way for many more. building. ,. : '- /: : :
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the 1950 ., ; :: I/
Veterans' Administration financing on terms I' .... ,. 5V' '
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R of nothing down and $15: a month payments

rtoncnoN March of Dimes Try Us When You Need -lower than rent. j


Stops Underbody A Haircut Share or Southern Tile Co.

Ruit, Rattle and Hot Campaign.
haircut ._ _._ lie FIIA AND OTHER FINANCING

Applied under hoei fenderstfloor P. E. C. Fertilizer Ciao I Shave.... (Medicated- --) I.1kShswp. i AHKANGtU: >OR 2500 S.W. 28th Lame MIAMI(Phones 4-6037-1..U75

and chamii. Keep new racial Peck ".___ ._..t1. NON VETERAN: HOME D'll.OERSH. : I.OCAL KtPREStNTATIVE:

can new and old can young. I M_.. (,laI"l > _.___ U Orval M. In.In. (''r. 11th !81.! and Old Dixie
Order your Karkota job
CembhulUi Facial _ ,!lit r. O. Boa SIC. ll DK>lead. IT*.

BOW. Teak ____ __ .--- MtMMUch .
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f TexI'C: O'e.St p O. BarbEll Phone6l5Rfor :

Station Rock and Concrete Products

GENERAL: CONTRACTOR .

.... oak Pea Bock Barber Shop
R IL DONE A SON
CemtvU Rock torernlntiCenrrel Licensed and Insured Homestead-Ph. 17G-W
N. Kreme Are tlomeitead Black.. Rat fillS Op*. City IIeUrF' Complete Flooring Service :

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aeMled CeiicreleWe i

-- And Formica Cabinet Tops

Benson Electric: Services Deliver AnywhereBRANCOR ; EVERY SECOHOOF r


Radios & Refrigerators I I EVERY DAY. CAMBER FLOORINGHomestead

rrt_.... Fb. lit I Inc. I

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a L.Brandrabiiri.Jr.Frew,Mgr ra l(l.renellu. Vlce-rre : Ha.7KGS5 !

ij'. r-Wht'fO the 1YAK1'Atn9 r1n I Rock Pit on Redland ltd, s. of !Mo\ wry Ph. 419 I :



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(Do) your grove or farm supply problems puzzle you? ts working for the \-r' NEW PORCH

Maybe we ran help. For your information we list below I YOUR HOME I .'' .NEW POOP
OF
complete) : line or fertilizers, fertilizer materials, fungicides, insecticides PROTECTION f# r ; RE-ROOF ;
and services. the time-tested and(
Mastlc
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Insul
Yes, S NZW:: SIDING
FERTILIZERS475,10010,348,4W material-has been ; n
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scientifically proven .
,12'::-(D)-lo, 5-7-5 12-4-2, 8-8-8, 6-G-6, r v developed especially for Florida homes A: I DORMERS \,

0-14-10 special formulas on request 4 .as a guaranteed protection againstthe FLOORING
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PANELING
FHTIUZCR MATtatALS > t'tJNGI(1DtI. MISfCLLANEOl'S hot Florida sun and driving rains of t 'r

... !* Neutral XtaeMaBtaawe seali home against the ravaging penetrationlater ATTIC k
"NHral' *t 1.-: Hurricanes! It a your
Salfal ef AMtnl ._. Zinc Neutral Capper ad. UTenter Lfaae DuPenl oreader*SUrkerrealtrjr of moisture, it Insu: It beautifies . all in ONE single appliI.OW f GARAGE DOORSINSULATION

Cya.uld A .... cation. . at ONE I COST!
ef FeUahMarUU Center. S.lfalS .. I.... Hilfile with( high I ANOTHERATHROOM
I baterial sprayed on pressure
51 base
is b
lk Insul MaStic an
Awis.rw Nlante' rZerlate v. H. r. r. BATHROOM REPAIRS
! Hun tin THICKER than ordinary paint. . in your .
at fetashW : spray puns . 15 MODERNIZE
..If... rUhTaakate INSECTICIDES Mil rimerawed" .. choice of white and I beautiful pastel colors. CARRIES A. TEN.

. O D T bMM. SmeireiLandreU YEAR; GUARANT1 EEI! Yes, Insul-Mastic works every second of PLASTERING
., .... I j ,D O T.WHUMe ......', T.a Seed of home I IB udX..w PAINTING
1'$. h M.1s1+1e In and 1'IHnSt10AT1; year out for the protection your ,
,. day, year
1 M C l(% 0.* I .." RCBVICXS every
t Cklerdi. Oreve flprayUf MOWl w l _
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S.petphwph.k. .' I Teta.k...* W....... reeds .ItaaJ ee l>Mrl,,,*ter PerWWa.I . DIAL) 48or836-9510 -
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Oil I.w.. Grove CWtlraH CareUkl.*( 1NSULMLaboralorie.

J BROOKER LUMBER CO.

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. s, Inc.. .

I ft '> Manufuctureii. bt t I7U S. W. sill E+..-II...... ......... i: S. Flagler Ave, Homestead Phones 62 and 813 .'

N1tEtiLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS: --eel I I i

Phone 16 Houry It. Wdzcn.; M
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I Donald X. HtwM of O.d.. Mf*. W J Xt..sop af WaMk> ..... C a tekwlM. mother ofMe Mr. sad ..... Wes W.*WNr.WM tLU DIiR lBI4'1' Rp> 1 NIa. .. 1" INS-5 ffI

IM part .f a tenser. of kfc hcWhand . .M. D. C. calM Ikl. ,waafc at tk.* ., ftMM K. KH/, .... beenMtanNd rormtljr ....pl iJ. a II-.1

while...._ M air BIM* kame K Mm .... 40 M on .Mme tram James AntHar mawth tow af use UntkkJ M**** alert I. b....ltd M a1Mt..NMsaihr .tr* ell winter earetln. are

and .AroundHomestead ,.....,. Today" Mr MM! Mt*.. atitli h11mt *. .|>.jilll. whew aft.. WM a flu Canada ... Monica 4M UVtJa .IM* M ......*. tt'tt Mr and Mm Mr. Mflter atColumbia.

In Na. ke and thanMM,Berry MMlLarry pausal at Royal Palm traitor Bark MMU. p.*", pIM. to pWS*.. fan IMM. Ma
they buy errs.a to .build .MM
lawn. fan Qaatgll .. .
*aped > Meet Ckktrtt! "' . .bees
.
a apard I weak vliWtg. aoNYse Mle4. ... amved f. aMllrMl. Judge and Mr CJarvm-c IU'111- I here. Wolfe on their tnvokt, IkeWagoner ton arekere here fete weak .-

in Atlanta, Concord, ..,.... say .... hsrdl of Olpcw| run*. Win made a rotor moyfct of On vaoaUon .here are Mr and chided Mr and Mm ChM. V. .,
i and Alma. owe gtMiU Friday ol Mn Amu the nuttUHMUna. area* opals of Mr* R. D. McClure of Motto HUM ul/ Evanston! III' and Mr
t uf Uw three _'"". Heiman .t
Joke J
Mr. and Mn. P. J. CrofSMteaf Carter a 'omwrNt'hL'r\ PaIL and Mr Ww

Mr and Mr Jo* W. Laws and Tampa have I**** rMfi attM MnlwrdtJ Btrko MentloU IIIMra. !
4CatnptaB.
Mr Md Mrs M Q < .
.. ;::r-: __ I
r' family apent UM wnk-Mid wNkretatrv haw of Mr. Mk< Mf. flurtdOlMgkUM Mr. sass >> V MrWHt ofMr
M. Ure ajuilM
f I) Mr and IIn. DMiMoa i.. Whlte- Capt. and Mr John BTMUMNI ** ta Key Wed. rriML C. Davis of New York City ome tuw .hart lav..UjMta. MMtannhaf isslaq oY were Ne-setts. hole least UuimuB has returned
It .his. winter Uoo Inon Nis ....... lo IthkakianHoti, N. V. altaranandktf
1 head of .Miami.. announcing UMI and MO. Johnny Mid Bobby left araodlnt vac poMabiUUM.. Of MM .... la HOMO-.
.1 1 birth>> of I II""poundh three-ounce Sunday lo visit relative. in AtlanU > Mr*. W. T. AUbu of Lewea. **..** MMUM, MoeaatMd. and the Kya. rvoral dan
MMM. ..
I tan, Daulton James. Jr.. on Fob before Ci. BraaMn i* Del, I* expectMl to *rriv* undalo >; her are FroaA, '*., geeSe Mr. std Mr Paul KTM of Md Mr Marlon U

i 4 j I In Jatkoa Memorial HotpiUIMrt. tranaterred to duty In Korea. Mt her aoni-to-law and and Floyd faaUrUy of UUttetilts Afar spending." **voral day Maybes. Mesa, wo here re- and B. F. KU, of .Mu. acid 0.. MUM Sam MMora'-of Tamp to YIIII&I I
Whltehetd t*the former Mfr Mr. and Mr*. A. r. ... of WMorR IMa west. at .DOT (MM on New vereitenktg in Homestead on
daughter, and HMTJT 14.
t y I.,' Mufred Severy pf JTorM City W. S. Johnaon. New York In. Arthur. M r\ Mr W. B. liwram will .........-..-............-. Key bog reletisee .he,.. J

::0' .tatter decorator associated with return War lo .her Motkwr Mr*. JAMES AKCIICR: IMITll

Mr and Mr.. 8. 3, Lynch are Den Cooper I II visiting with his Mr. and Mr*. Tho B. Roytl nald CtoM Wt Monday after .tor toIling > I U C Jbiaan vf hlMMri., whom. IIOSriTAL KIWSurtery

{ .I h'PP"1o announce the adoption ateplather and mother, Mr. end expect to go to Warm Sprtnfithta late 'horn In Chrlatma PlWbwah.1.1tI.* beam. an* hat boan nmttaaf for .the put ....................................
/ 01 I tive-month-old daughter Mr. A. W. Undfren. week-end to brim home Ib.Nson autce Hire week. H 11
of his OMMHM Mr. MM! Mis.. W .1 Mr*, dit
Janet, Mr and Mr* Lynch pattenta- OF
( Mary Tommy, who hat been I pa- T.--e ARE YOU ONE
already have two adopted eons.Per Mr. and Mr*. Ceo Brook pent hint at thu foundation tine tar W. Woodaon of rdlit. W.: R. Stereos of R *'ord. IU. L. Oatay Mr 'J.....1\1 Parker.Nkrhoiai .

and Tommy Mr. Lynch li the week-end in Tamp attending September, tad 0. A. Necks, of Akron t Hili...... HonwtUad;
t director of aJrlClltur.1arcb the sots fair where Mr*. Brooke and Mr. A A. Richard and have returned to .W of Birmingham Venn of her dater .here -a on llMtitt. Kendall; Mrs Sal. THOSE WIVES ?
s a' Unlvrlty; of Mums nephew, Eddie Buckner W K. Canal Point,, four children have arrived fleet" I Welt
.. drove Car No 4 In the and t. T. Vannof North Carolina lo make .their J. B. Petty of "'..... Ind, lit Cites Oouldi.; Raymond At-
C. ,
brother of i.
I j J. W Montero of Chicago Is automobile r.ceI.: HI mother Homestead underwent major home at 77 N W. Fourth ... pent tone tiMe here UU week. bury, PdrHne, Mr*. Nell Shaw, .
,
1 f'' I) spending this week here tavectlf Mr. W. C- Buckner jt Binning Miami Coconut Drove; Blind Venal! .,'
brain Monday to I
| gating the commercial poaclbiU- ham who own the Buckner Of'enhauier winery Mrs. HM. MM HOlt of L* Princes Anne. V..
I Beach, hoaplULMr Mr and Mr*. H. H Graham ofNaranja
tie of railing the caramboU.I ( racing! ear and travel Miami "at Crn. WU, "spent* some time Medical p.llenU--Mr. Folly
known the are visiting In her Mil week. ImMrt. Mra. J. D IVrklnt Uvl.He i
with her ton i* a*
: L. Krone and her father, J. B. f
E. the home of Mr. and Mr*
I. I r
Clifford Price, Aujrua-
Ceo.T. Ranion of E. KInI'j COWl",* youngest racing grandmother Edgar /
win-
i Highway underwent surgery Saturday . H. H. Schmitt (S-year-old Richardaon.Mr Met A..NMM. Uwdcrm lee Jeffera, llomeatead.: ThoI.t'reemaa .
visitor from Ntw Jersey, '
ter ar
lit James Archer Smith I Coral Oablea, wt I horse """"'I FVtrtd ply; Arden .
4 Hospital. Mr H L. Brown ii IU at her expected to arrive home todayafter and Mr*. Frank Mill I 'have last week of her MM and d.iPMr. M Den..... Rock Harbor; Vernon r

boma at 38 N. W. Sixth *L I vacation In Cub returned to their horn In Pattenonville '- ter-in-law. and Mr*. A. Knowlea Pal"l'.oIOL; Bent.

,, 'j )fro And Mra. David SchwarU 0., after a Wit at Undcron. W'I, Werkhelaer' Tavernler. !
Mr Florence Phllllpi of Flint,
r of Nw 'York have moved Into Mia Minnie Deli Woodaon, the home of Mr. and Mra John
Mich, and Mr* Mayme laeman
their 'IJ' ** home at the corner daughter of Mr. and Mr*. W. W. B. Graham of Naranja. I
of Paducah Ky, left for their We hate theSecSafe
.. of Avocado dr. and Richard rd. Wood_ of Tenneuo rd, rode : tI
home Wednesday after a two- C
1 a palomino In Tamp Monday to and Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Callonder Plastic Storage Bags I,
week visit her with Mr.
Mra Florence Pacetti of Home. head the 11-mile parade of the have gone to Liberty, Mlo, tornake
.
t toad U a patient ).ri Victoria Florida Slat Fair A sophomore Mr* Adrian Jacob: their home. Mr*. CallendcrI . Id wit 1111I'4! drlu..lac, mid blanket ala Moisture ..nddu..t CfFJ

1101)111Mrf) .t Southern College, Mir Wood- I the former Mia Jackie Sealea
Father Edw. D Fenwick. vlail- proof Hindi for trailing

E.. a i'annan; la III at her late on rodeo recently In Lakeland participated filmed jn by a log Heart ulatln Catholic priest Church at left Sacred lilt of Homestead- All |ar men In honored. aiaUU then fire and water I A DEEPFREEZE HOME FREEZER IS

borne on Bauer dr. Paramount and Fox newireel .week for a flea atatloo In Raleigh, Mr and Mr. Louis Green*alt damage while la our .-.I.... II I PROBLEM
N. and Mr. and Mr*. Bandy of tie-- II THE ANSWERTO YOUR

lull O. are spending I month at .
C.Mr
f t end Mr*. Victor Liken of the home of Mr and Mr. JoftnB TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS I Art you one of those wires whose husband I a pores.

Puerto Rico have bought the M Graham of Naranja ; ails! sportsmen . on. ol those wide whose kmbeitd
K. k. first Ate. W. W.1.1\. Mir. rhone litas
E. Wilson residence on Yettcr dr comes beck (frm hunting or 'fishing trip leaded down
where making their Mr. and Mrs A Willixch and
they are
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I II home. Mr. and Mrs C. II. Scnlaon hafc with geese or fish' that you cither give ew.y 0'

I ,; returned to their home In Jolitl. owl y, efter you hove eaten .s much .l y*" ten Hand

Mr. Llllle B. Clpaon of Enid III, after a winter visit In llonijtUead If 10, Beep). solution to yeur problem ii le bees Mm

Okla, I I. a house. guest of Mr and "IeLL BUILD A HOUSE? 11 you a DEEFFREEZt home '"*.er,
Mrs W D. Mahan. Other \'Ililollthl. ,

week at the Mahan home Visitors from North Dakota v SAID // J8E A//A/ /* With DEEffREEZE home frantic" you 'reese end
were Mr. and Mra Albert Crou It 1st iti
are Him Marilyn/ Kittelnon ami Here oil utt '0"'. and fish end preserve

of Wichita Kan., Mrs Ida Allen Fred SUirk of Crafton SHE SAIDI WILL natural for food **,-.rounel eating.
stele
fresh, ),
.
of Tula. Okla Mra Sullivan of attic I

f I I. Miami, Mr*. Dean of Caw Ind-. NOT"'. or .,.rI"'UIOIJI you TAlnvvn / o, MY VAIENT/AIE/ A.DEEfFREEZI home 'Inner i*... rime, wed k, 'food
II and II Clay Ing of Benton, III,
I "'" e."INnTop end U other weft, too. In It you ten "Irene
Faith giver healing a great impetus.The and Miami. Recent caller on Mr NS.acay; nlvr.N Ihp kIiaI..t. money sissy
t'J and Mr*. Mahan were Mr and ., ':':":., ..row I .r tar j :/ .ad store ell varieties *f 'foods-home,|rem>n et pur
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trill live hit carried the valley e III red u..nrnaw .Mad tN iNO.
; to many put Mn. Carl Blahop and Mr and ,11. Nd "I" ..... U.ed day II ckesed, fresh, .' cooked _

'* "b/th, shadow The writer of Eccleiiiiteiwyi Mr*. B. Seven of Hialeah,. Joe. A..Aron Ii. .1ai1..........w flhd..won.pa..yyyI..r ..... ....,....'+, A DIWMI1I
If Fisher and daughter, Chrla- lac. raA and M .Iwu.._ I- __ n h e m e Ireeierectmlly
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,"Whttever! thy bind findeth to do, do tine, of New York City end Mra. ..h .. 'III" IK.b4 Ifer
,"'....... M.rMd. p'.aow. .. iiIn. I II. f y
B. A. Bonn of Miami ... ('..,.. "'... .of ..1-. ...." I itself, toe.
: k with thy might. Ins la alY, 4 11- v_ '
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1'10\, awes. I. two N. a ion ps .r 11 MI prove H
f' x; The man who pup his hurt Into both Mr and Mra. Edw. Black have MI. .....1., eo..... of ......, 4"-1 I with your e w Mlood
'.., ,.bawd '
returned to Lake Wale after via- a. ,
: .. : :. fieureil '
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N IM Tin !.wt ( MMnr budget
v. work and play givet hit life purpose and direction King In Coulda at the home of .w., the mlt I tmlOnu IMM,* C ,Utoday.
e
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LI Mr and Mr. Roy II:. Wltlenwylei a.. hi th. MM 4 l). l... .
'. When illness be if to fight it with a dip .* .
.1 k comet, ready and other friend Dr. and Mr. Iftr iir a aerllr'wdasr.M \

Ass f .. d4T*>*3 will Add to this the li11'ofa competent php"" P.; a, Birr TJhyion., Qp unew, I-OB, 1tI:. Tk wvfra ACy af 111\6,.r:. nirneiBrU :- For Your' PON UK"*" 1o kirtlMi II 7. -
and aunt of Mr* Wlttenwyler, cry tlie femily,
lib
ticisa and the combination it hard to beat. We artprescription visited af t the Wittenwyler home .hlp air I M.* IhMli MlMl., peen C_."II W r..l.ea link .*t..Mof Building Nottl I from 'A (o '// i ; every ilie pun.
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1'10 M mbrw III
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this week. .
r" 111 TW _.... lit MM. ....- Get yours ttd.be
ipedilitu.
; : .... ..d.T Ik.* uU nviiriral. trod l preperedlM ,
Mr*. Laura Davis has returned awe 1C Ik* .._ ..T VnVMn.. A-A.br>>..* rrudurla N-NalU V
I IM .. nik, i. iMr*, I.iwti rn<. hit i j
with her
AIR CONDITIONED to Macon after visiting Honk S*. r... IT. In Ik.* dpi f ,
on-ln-law and daughter Mr and Ml.ml Can. d t..... sl.w ,. IV-Hulldrn Hardwaretv O *, M toMtMl M
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Mrs A. [I. Smith of Homeatead,
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Mr and Mr* A. L. Davit ol l>- Q-
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N. Krcrne Ave. Then SI. Mia Lucille Albro of Dclrt NN ate. fl..r..eiN d old pwa -fir .Kramln vmlirii KhrMnt line
Beach spent IIverll' days hen nv WHlrr Ih* MM rrrlfilr*!* 'iMMdU
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Mr and Mr* Ceo Cirtial 01! 0thA 0. ferry's I Sale !
s. raw .... II .... Clt, of MI..... tie r/;
Carthage Ill. Tinted In Homestead Ca,1e' .f I.M. ',a'. d rlnrth. n l- lnlrri. ..r llnhh \'-\arnl..hU
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Dan Beard and Ranger-Natural- iMiiirt. ..Morln. I* law. U. dad. .In Co.
-1 1 r lat Willard E. Dilley returned I .km IkrrMH M Ik nth far of rWuT L--I.umber lardsllik, (1',") Refrigeration
Saturday from a park conference I A. U. IOM ... I
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M quarterMr.. Beard will confer B. II .IKATHFRmWTlrrk (',,.,,ij r,,,it. I
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I S cial South'Dad; : : FOR ebeervanee IULGoIU1ft tllf..1 MADY$ Seeut I' I DRUCELLA ANN PAYTON IS FIANCEE _

Week IMt. ..... the Prrplerer OF WILLIAM FORTE OF HOMBSTBAHTh
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P.towvhlpof Sliver Pahn. Mw<- engagement of Ml* Dru- bride-to-be .No. date has b**. 1

JBANETTE TAYLOR AND DAVID CAIRNS MRS. TUTTLB IIONOUuru BENEFIT: DANCE: FOR VAUfiHAN TlfNNBIA .alias... ca.etI. aparreon of RMTb Mr.,jla| and Ann..Dayton... Ja daughter Payless. of of I...A for graduate the w.ldtng uf Nedland. HIS ,I i

I I' "'WEDDED:( ON SATURDAY IN NORTH allAtII StRPRME PARTY SET SATURDAY IN C OP C IIUILDING) dinner will be served by Eureka dr.. tt WUttaaa Part, eon Sided. HIM PWUM I I. employs
Mr Madg Tuttle of Redland the women of tt* church In the .r Mr Lilts rorto *f, m N. W. by Florida National l Bank\ of Mfr "

Th, w.Wtaf. of Mtei hustleliylot High School where. red WM ae- rd. wa given a aurpria. birthday A benefit dance for Vaughan per and Che Chamber. rroaMoei hlL Oomdf. Howard. Swath *t, HoenieKad. I II being had ;
Feb I her Jonea Ie I acoutnuwUr of tile ..... announced by the parent tt th* The bridegroom, a gradual of
of Hem te.d lo David the In IIr..1MfIee.Th. party by granddaughter Tunn* HomoUad polio patient I Spotresee. of th* dance are Dale 'i
Xtoif Cairn of Miami WM *olemnla4 br4dfTom\ I too of Mr. Mill Janet Tuttle. After' _fll be held from 10 till t Sat.ijrday He 4rnn, Oovglae Tower, Arthur Homeetead High Srhoel. sewed
Saturday afternoon In North and N.... Clarence Cairn of Ml game and conteiU were enjoyed., night In th* Redland DbI Hall Jlmml Robert, Geo. VALENTINE PARTY AT OLD FOLKS HOME overseas ta the army, and la employed
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I\ Miami when they hv 'bought a amt WM graduated from Ml*>l lEdtoon birthday cake, loa cream. and a Riot I Chamber of Comments' Sash, t B MrOarnh. T. God. I new ly Florid Powerand
PROJECT OF REDLAND FRIENDSHIP CLUB
I reiidenc High School H* eerved fruit drink were ....teL building All aervlc are being I win and Chaa. O. Turner, Ir.i Light CaIknson
A sister of Mr*. Eutn Milt three years In th* navy and It' Among the guest wr. M/ donated,, and the entire receipt\
t of Blarayn. dr, the bride WM employed by Brook Fsving Co. and Mss Walter Tuttle, Mr. and will go to Mr. TunnelL Ticket i, "MRS. CANTON ENTERTAINS A valentine party for the TT grower for welfare giving I
graduated in June from Rtdland of Mliml. Mn J. H. Gordon, Mr. and Mn. are now on ale at th* Chamberof FOR HRS. CAW MEYER Inmate of the home for the aged throughout the year. It was reported Electric: Has .
-.-.-- Merle Tuttle, Mr. and Mr* W. H.Hendrkk Commerce office at the corner tt Dade County Hospital will be that 10 cam of bean have
co'n. Mr. T. D. Smith, M..... of E. Mowry at. and D glcr av. I I Mr, A. C. talon of Bauer dr. given Tuesday afternoon by menu already been put up for the HOTPOINT
I. MRS IRENE HUGHES AND KELLY: Marlon IV Wlbon' Mrs. Ruth Mink will be provideda entertained at a tea on Thursday ben of the Median rrlandahl charity project.Mr $ APPLIANCES:

WEDDED HERE IN METHODIST\ SERVICE flails, Mil. Donna Johnson and local Orchestra compoaed' of T A. I'afternoon of lad week In honorof I Club. Kntrtalnmat features will Turner wai aaiUted. In r '
Tom Smith Jr. I Wynn, Lonnle Turner Chas Uel.I ). Mr Edw. Myer of Rldgefield, be planned, and Ice cream and entertaining .by Mr.. Harmon PrlaeeUa. Ph. ill
Conn.. t house gueit of Mr. O.I cookie. will be served to the otd.eter .
Keen Present, besides those men.
Mr. Iran. Hughe of Model) eeuorlei and i rMf of pink!! .
and Kelly Core of Vlhlen dr.vert .. carnation IIRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN: MARGARET BARNES I A.Invited Halnlln. *. Arrangement for tile party Honed, were Mr David Colburn, ;*;
of aha has I I to greet Mn. Myer were mad. Monday evening at a Mr. Walker Martin Mr. Jesse f
united In marriage Jan. A native Georgia,
I II, it the bridtgroora'l h_on The lived In the dlatrlct five yean and WHO WILL WED) ROBERT MORGAN FEB. 26 :I' were Mn. M. A. Baker. Mra. J. meeting of the club at the homeof Over Mr*. A. W. Llndgren and
A. Mrs. J. P. Elliott .
Soper Mr* Mr* C. J. Turner of Quail Mr. W. W. Hooker
service read by the Rev Alfred li employed In the Margaret" Ann ( '
WM 'I Henry Van der Lyn, Mrs J. F.Rohrer. Rooat drtPlans I
Hedberg, paitor of Silver Super. Market In |licmestead A lingerie) ahower for Mill Lanier and Mr*. Claude Camp. Mr*. Arthur A Krana- were mad for canning CARriR WIlIlAMa HONORED The ONLY !i'
Film Methodist Church Th. bridegroom, a lung time I I Margaret" Dames, who wlU wed bell at th* Lanier home at 21 N. I'
and Mia EUle WITH BIRTIIDAT DINNER
i berger La r>tr* surplus vegetable' donated by
For the ceremony, Ih* brIM resident of the district It a Mica Robert Morgan on Feb. 1In E. Tenth it. Cut flower were' M,. and Mr*. Fred J. rum, KofrJaorator at
wore a Uit-bluo frock, while acrU'RHOMK man for Hokum Oakery Co. of Drat Baptlat Church, was given used for decoration of led roomsMss JrH gave a family dinner partyTueaday
South Miami Monday afternoon by Mr A. U VALENTINE FETE FOR PUPILS PARENTSSET
M. C. Lawrence and Mss I evening 'In honor of th*
I TO GIVI Howard L. Johnson played piano ; TUESDAY BY FLORIDA CITY P. T. A. birthday annlverury of Mr* $19450with
i CARD PARTY TtEBDAT I BETTY MCLAUGHLIN, HENRY LINDSLEYTO I selections. and Janice Johnson Fuchl father, Casper Williams

FEB.!! 25 IN EFFINGHAM aang "I Love You Truly" lo the I A valentine psrtyfor pupil of mad entertainment. Preecnt, bailde honor guest
WED!) S. C. ,
A valentine day card party for accompaniment of a piano duct and hens were Mr and Mn. Fred a
benefit of the flub building fund I played by herself and Sandra Florida City School. and their par. Mrs Grady Lofton and Mn. I Fuch: Mn. E. B. Deglln, Mrs
t will b* given Tundiy evening by Mr. and Mn. Hobble D. daughter, Betty Mae, to.Henry C. I Lanier :ant afternoon will be inpnaored Tuesday Sam Tomaial served cookies and William Dan Wllllami IndCII.rlr. FULLWIDTHFreezing

the Woman'i Club of llomeatoad.Mr I Laughlln of Efflngham !S. C.,Mr-I Llndaley, Jr The wedding will The gift were placed In a dco ,,T. A., nembor by the Florida decided City at the P. limeade to the 40 persons natnL William
Ovid Sullivan 1 II chairmanOf announcing the engagement take plan at I o'clock Saturday Orated basket for presentation to meeting Feb. I In the school Compartment
arrangement. approaching marriage of afterniion Feb. St, In EUlnghamPreabyterlan the honoree by Sandra and Janice houa CHICKEN DINNER GIVEN BAPTIST GROUP

If COLOR FILMS OF. SMITH-GORDON SAFARI I The brUle-to-be Church I.I well knownin sage gladioli.Ice Mlia of Damn. red carnation received aim and a rnr-I Sacred The Rev.(Heart Piul Catholic U Manning Church of AT SPRINKLE IIOME ON ROBERTS ROADand I L rl1'i

SHOWN FOR MEMBERS OF GARDEN CLUB homestead where she WM employed spoke| on the reipunaibllity of
last year a* secretary of cream and rake were parent. In co-operating with A fried chicken dinner Mr. A. a Fogle, Jr, Mr.
Pint Baptlat Church: While In to the 40 present.DEMONSTRATION teachers In proper development served the Cleaner, g clam end Mr*. L. K. Dlihop, Jr, Mr
More than hundred planning session Homestead she mad her First Baptist Church, 10'1 and Mr. D.
a persons a Sunday nl'ht.1 horn and education of (he children. A J. Delllnger Jr Mr
r. MW Dr. J. A Smith ahoy color A covered dial supper with Mr and Mr. Wm. J, Clarkof : CUT brief talk was made by E B. evening at the home of Mr and Mr. Wtn. T, McConnell Jr..
1 trIO\'lei of the Smith-Gordon big _"tel. 30 N. W Tenth at. Blackburn, lupcrvlalng principal Mr. Virgil Sprinkle of Robert Mr and Mr*. Lyman Williams I
game hunt In Afrka at the meet HAS APRON CONTENT" of Honieitead and Florida City rd. loitaee, were !\Ira. Sprinkle Mr and Mn. Cha Bchaffer, Mr. I

t log Monday evening of South Apron for entry In the tchooto, who pledged nil help In Mr. Howard V. Jones, Mr*. A. E. and Mr* A. L. Lanier, Mr. and I
I Dad Garden Club. Th film prtctlcal Improving the achool Paul, Mrs R. R. Schowalter and Mr*. Harry Martin, Mr and Mr
and Iti faciUItlci.
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west Illustrated with Interesting apron Mr*. R. D McGinn! Decoration Virgil Lett Mr. and Mn. J. 11
brought to the ofh.\
meeting
Itorle of the iperletiee of Dr. V55' were In the valentine motif.J. Roberta, Jr. Mrt. Hugh latter, M
and Mr*. Smith, and J, rite O r. I itm BUDS AC 1IVI i Homestead Home Demonstration Commute chairmen named by L. Kulp led a devotional service Mr*. Edw. Barnes Mn. ".. a
Club at IJI Tuesday afternoon Mr J David Robert
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don Miami attorney, who headedthe and Mm. Kulp and Mr, Caves Jr. Mr*. Elite Born. Linda
In the Future Farmer clubhouse were: Mra
aalarl early teat tall. I Harry Drgler program; Howard L. ''Johnaon mad brief Lou Born, Mary Helen and Mar.
At a bualnei aeaalnn, plan on reminded.N. Krcme ave members art Phil David Notoll Lahn and, membership Mr. Sam ;MUM.I Mra.. talk. garet Sprinkle and Virgil Sprinkle.The .
were mad lot the luncheon tO I Preeent besides those mentioned *
t>* served by club member on were the Rev, and Mr*. monthly covered dish lup.
Feb. IT for the annual motorctd I DINNER: PARTY, CHILDREN'S: FETE: : MARK John H. Whltt, Mr. and Mr. J. per of parishioners of St. John'i Broad Newtc0
.f visiting Rotariana. If a* many I Werner Mr. and Mr*. Howard Episcopal Church will be served the
aa 20 persona enroll an llweekbourse I BIRTHDAY OF ALLNDA ANN LINDGRENMemben Seat\ Mr. and Mr A. A. Buaeey, Wednesday evening the pariah
In Spanish will be taught Mr. and Mr, A. t Smith Mr. I hall.

two night a week In the garden I II The ninth birthday of Allnda Mr. Ruth Rowel and Mill Mary Pet'01tt,
center by aa Instructor from thecounty Ann Llndgren daughter of Mr. Lou Carr; Mr*. Rice Mr Auguat > I t0Ir>til
adult education dlvl.lon.rlub and Mn. A. W. Llndgren of Lind- t LJnJgren Mr. Fletcher and W. Villt"BABVLAMp" 0
members were told. Several I gren. rd., war observed at th. S Johnson ."
registration were accepted at the' 'I 'Llndgren horn with ,
a dinner Fifty guest attended Allnda
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meeting. Compart
I party Friday evening and a chill.dram's Ann' birthday party Saturday
Named fcy Mrs Herman
U.lnI I I party Saturday afternoon. afternoon An impromptu program Now, enjoy the lutury of a
kin, president to make plana forth I Guest at the dinner party were of piano selections was Full Width FreetlngCompirU
club exhibit booth at Dud i Principal W. E. Rice of Rcdtind presented by the young gust, Infant Shop'and Photo Studio anent- new double Utility r I It
Fair .
County wre: Mr and Mnfhaa
School; Allnda Ann' present and after which game were playedon 'Tray*-many other Advanced
Melaaner, Mr and Mr former teacher. Mr. LeRoy the lawn. Birthday take and tl at Kreen AT,lleuaetad rhen* INChildren's Deign feature tt Utwnt t
Roger Talky, Mr. and Mr. J. II.Brewerton price mr vgtntl Comtt 'yd
Sprankle, Mr. J. L. Fletcher, ice cram war ""....
+ Mn. Karl L. .
I Martin.I
1 j Dr. Franda a UnMtir\"Afir.Porgan I i r r" "-Ableett! C Wear to } Yean foi/off/ ftrmi In Towns
Dwight E. Wardlaw,liar PRINCETON CLUBWOMEN PICK WINNERS I
ry Hannan and Herman Helnloin.Th II Shoes -, Toys Gifts and Accessories
AMONG 19 ENTRANTS IN APRON REVUE
group we-I kect to meet In $3.50 Benson Electric Co. ;

Retldentg of the Redland Diatrlrt Tear Baby. First Photograph Complimentary
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of the Princeton Horn Hunt Mn. Walker. Martin Mr. Year Dependable Appliance
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who went to Coral Gable I Demonitration Club I learned to Ceo W. [trigger Mn. Lynn Te. AbeD* Dealer
the evening *f Feb. I to attend make covered button and picked Lounabury, Mra. LeRoy Cham j
CAMERA REPAIRING. DEVELOPING, PRINTING, PrUM tea, fla.Phane 1
Eliot O'Han'i led," on watercolor wlnnen In a utility apron revue ben, Mr,. John McKay, Mn.
I and fresh first braids ENLARGING, COLORING sad PICTCRE FRAMINa J JJ
portrait painting Included . gay as your held at the meeting Tuesday In Albert Watson and Mr. May 411 HomMleaJ
Mr. and Mr. T. J. )'ou'II feel llike a kid again In three fashion Princeton Church of the Nat. Taylor.
Mr and Mr. H. r. 1tl4.r.ld.j wise ncwan-eln-bc sandals of braided
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Mr. Lawrence Pop, David Colbum clothing ;
Pope. Mr. Henry Crewdaon Mr*. multi-color nuxucdc.OIDH chairman, demonstrated the but.
W. B. Cam N..... Sarah !Mo.tel. ton-covering proms at which STURDY CLOTHES FOR BOYS \ .

ter Mr* Ben Archer and Will ._ U' MAR- each member tried her hand. J
Shirley Greer. hs. lit Selected: aa the bait of 19 entries

Benson Electric Has Nweadrw were burn apron Mra. Roy made E. by Wlttenwylerand Mr. Col.' }Wear' them! Wash them! ..-.... .

Mr J. L.
ch 1w -Mar- Murray Membersdecided
; Philco sad IN to. Mq. to meet at 10 o'clock on Sanforized and Fast Colors!
., Appliances Feb. 31 to work with copper 1;,:
e Present besides those men '
PrlaetU. Pa 411 tinned, were Mr. Marl Hem.mlnga :i.I i.
Mn. R B. Hampton, Mra. 1 rJc
Warren Wood, Mr. S. L. went
MOTH UHD* rKTITlOU NAM Mr W. J. Cattier Mr. D. A .f}
,.... N. honey sue .... w _.. Burton'sHomettcad's Mulllna, Mr Dean K. Thompson, ..1
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sew .._ tI 0."_ o.s 11._ Nme Mr C. C Crawford Mn. Ralph
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,day night to tilt newly-orgnlied .,
For ,:Miami Beach auxiliary, Th or.cation -')
wi the presentation lo the ,
I new auxiliary of a color bearer'
nag by Win. A. McAlliiter Auxiliary .
: and patriotic Inatructor'i "
;flag by N. T. Rude Auxiliary
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;II.ABT .MATRONS. PATRONS HONORED ARDEL FARMAN ARTMT ADE .JNTIRP".duel." A Jllin7 tea?

Ir BY MEMBERS Of AD ASTRA CHAPTERThe FOR MUSIC CW'B .

", MlM Ardei Parmaa.' HemerteadpkarUit I I awiuoviinis'ic' For tale: dl acre high" pi.*. f1ae4he
;' matron the will be guest. artist Feb evoeudea. manju er times.Call .
put and pity.t to piano aoBompanlmeat ptajredi Yeas). Warm M rrii :
.,ell ot Ad Aitra Chapter of i Mrs. Talbott.Boryalnvtlla """- -1 or 4p-a-4. (llltf)
Ii ... lllllaiftelt< "Real Route. Seeker
lie Order nf the Raters Star I
and other cut I
..... honored on Froths t etenlng I
| flower were uaed for decoration l>bdrnorVi/ furnished home Juki'
Welcomed by Mr W. A Phll- ''or the chapter and banquet hall . outside Hometr Total l pike 10 acre lade Und at .hrtar.Mtmn .
I I.. worthy matron". wrrr MmJimtle After the .. .....-- .,
Mpa meeting, .punch andcake ..M at oiled rd and gravel j jI
Heahley 01 Ml.ml. MmAMI 1 were __. f I III For Rent For SaIe.1 Relate. RCHDr JORDAN d. ,001I. ,

I). Carter Mr .1.I Tom I ......... ................ ........................ Mllelerpl. Broker lot 78f-J l
...... Mrs. Sam J, Davis "rsfjJ.aod RED HEARTS 11 acne' atada land '........ Metled

DHU Mr Em: *t B. FrnMr II! ARE: : I !.room pte4n aat, ttl r lined. e-raom fumMted .......... I rd., HAM
.... *. E. A. Robert, Mr*. Cne AT SUNDAY : share Frigioalre.. IH MUM*.*. N"parches. I bout. 14
:t.. McCirnvty Miss Inner. Nv.leapt Mrs. Mud Chandler.. Silver Palm veriett fruit. Mm ave. at Rob. Complete Real Estate I HI a Krwne Ave. rk 111

.., Mlu Alice Macember. W. Red heart were the decorative .1 dr. W. of Tenn. rd. Ph. 447.3-L era b.. IMWJmei ...... L R. MITES REALTY I! 0 ;. .
4) Tilbott Sam J. Davis and E. motif at the valentine party given (pflO) KRUOCIIII
4. Robert for the puptb of Florida City .
> A special cndlellght eeurteajrvei Community church aohodl by the .1 Efficiency apt Beyvkrw dr. 1 lunik Knave Are. .................... ...f.
preeented br the worthy m*. I W. S. C. S. Center of attraction .. mile E, ot Princeton, (lie For eat. : VBEOROOM, l-etory PHONE .,.-, MiscellaneousRLGIITERFO '

Iran the aaaoclet\ matron and I m the recreation hall was the month." Mrs. Helen L. Griffin, I'tI. FURNIRHUD home In nortda .................. 'the Star Polnla. Mrs. DeM rang refreshment table which was 447-J-l. ((10) City on trlpta earner lot IMilM
and Star with whit/ cloth at excellent location. Big airy Let ui anew you thta FURNISHED .
Other* In the EaiT spread t dee. \ ) I NURSI will Uke
!! orated with heart In graduated I M .- roolNIo'palm tree*, aworted trop. l-bedraom home
al&l''. The centerpiece/ wa I hugechart d For rent: House, can reommo.dite lag fruits and plaftUng| Total near school for only 'tI.lM- private cite! hourly, day or
E+ ++++++++++ night, home or "heaeltal, Alao gl.*
+ w +++ |I outlined Ilf red and filled : I dutu with I builtinbunki price ..,m-|1400 down bal. ritA financed at only $11 per
| hypo M Walton, 1'1I -M.
with candy favor In red wrap. bJ I for children. Partly fur term month.
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Department leaden, directed niched US month, will furnish on SEE THIS BEAUTIFULLY
SEC ECHOE JORDAN
Hints toHousewives ping orr yearly lea**. N.E. nor. Richard rd. RegMered Broker Ph. 7W-J FURNISHED bedroom. CBS I

&} .t Plummet dr. Ph. nt.w.l.f1.10) horn on large M near achonlrant Rudy loHimin, Arcnt

8ANDVHCII MAKER : !! l ) be beat at ".100) Farm Itorea* iMvnute I
t-bedronm home. tarp room, FHA $40.M per month. '
For lunch box joy try this lanraaiee at (.!-A.U, Ufa '
sandwich tilling Cut dried beef / J M>* Studio cottage, atl cortvenlenrei\ bath I corner lot each lOa 150. This S-bedroom furnished I 141 W. nacler-lleaarateadFroMher '
: : fruit tree Comer Naranja rd. partly 'f'
with your kitchen{ acUion and utllltle Silver Palm dr. PH. ( Real 1 fatat.orrll.'l)
and Bauer dr $5,000, termi. Ph. home located on I ... .
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blend It with Philadelphia creamcheeie. '48-1-.. (JZOlf) acre of scarified Und be
.++++..4.4-+4-*+*44IIAM. + Add a bit of Worcheiter- I I8V 881-M. (flOtf) Just .whit. you **nt-TOTAL may J

CORN FRITTERS shire sauce to complete the tom.binatlon. rnice U.&OO-TERMS.
Room and board, tit wk. Ph. !ECHOE: JORDAN (reil.tered RADIO nETAIR-Qulck aervlce. t
Ham and corn fritter fit easily 503-R (mJOtf) I broker) hn an especially nice )-bedi.om home near aehonl. All work guaranteed. Priori J
into many menu To prepare thehatters "SAUSAGE Mt'ITIN'8 FOR SALETwo ,bedroom CBS home In CHOICE TOTAL PRICE li .000 with reaaonabl Robert J. Brooks
combine curffiof I on Robert rd, north of Palm
one LOCATION double lot near VERY LOW jail
whole kernel corn H, cup ground Muffins, hot and tasty, are appealing rirrrrr.rrr.rrrrrrrr e... Krome. All tile feature, hard menu) monthly pay- Drive' riorld City limn M4-W, ,

cooked ham and a small amount for any meal of the day First Class Grove For Sale-Miscellaneous wood noor, Venetian blind, Jlouiln. t

ef minced onion. Sift together To make them all the more ittractive ........................ porch, carport, treei. COMPLETELY FURNISHED ... !
. I I brown bulk pork MU HomMtead Class C* -<3I for
% of flour and m t
cup aipooni H0.MO, rilA. You will like Ail
new CIO I bedroom home In
sage and add It to the muffin all purpoae, W* da iteet Hah '
of baking powder and Outfits
batter. Irrigation Hotpolnl Electric range, CalrodunlU. one. Ph. 1.. Florida City. Large living glaring and glaring of all type I
add to the corn mixture. Add U 4 burner Price 139. 10* room, kitchen, two acreened 201 N. Krom. Phone 171 :
cup milk. Blend well then drop' WINTER PEAKS 8. Krom avo, Bilker, J>It. 560-J. purr h.. with tiled floors, bath .
fritter batter by tenpoonifuli Into Cut three fresh winter peace In 1 four-Inch Jcajter pump, 40,000 gal hour (priOt I acre avocado grove, half In TOTAL PRICE 110,500. I Ij

deep hot lird Him and corn hives and remove core Tile rapacity with 330 feet 6 inch main line and Lul., half In Booth 7'* and j Myrtle Beauty Shop' !

fritter are temptingly served with In oiled or baking dish, 5 inch lateral pipe used two seasons .'.. IH year old, will bear this POULTRY FARM on I acre.with .
I well aeaioned cream or tomato pan CGO() fed ; 111 H. Staler Are fhene 117fealnrlnf
sprinkle lightly with music and Rock, und, fill maann'i land and year. I3D.V. James Signora palm partly furnished frame I
If corned beet
sauce desired maybe put a few whole clove. In the top oll. Delivered where you ave at Robert rd. (pflO) house, Equipped for 1,000
New
used In place of ham. hollow of each pear. Add enough 1 six inch Jeaxcr pump 90,000( gal hour want It E. F Gordon Son IBS broiler and 1,000 layer ca. Cream BRIM*PmnaneaU.Myrtle HiiperfUtAll .

water to cover bottom of pan. capacity with 3.10 feet 8 inch main line and N. W. 4th it, Homestead Phone purity, Automatic water, ALL Barnfilher, Manager "
BLANKET FRANKS Bike, uncovered. In modern 77J-J. (flO-tf) 2-bedroom home on paved rd. FOR ".000.
1320 feet inch lateral pipe; used one ecason.
I near llomaitead. Knotty pine
For youngiteri eating enjoy oven, along with the pork chop
about 40 minutes.GARNISIi Interior, porch. Total price |4950, (0 Acres east glade land. NOW
meet try these blanket franki Allow PAINTING and DECORATING,
COLnSPOT dt fuse Urm UNDER CULTIVATION. Price
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First, make up corn meal batter Interior and exterior, McUtan.Phone .
FOR MEAT W. J. McLeod FRIGERATOn, reiaonable. Ph. ECHOE JORDAN 17,800. TERMS. .
Then Insert wooden skewers Into 746-n (pd31)l
one end of the frankfurter and Save time and yet have in ap. Ml-R. (fit) floc,intend Broker Ph. 780-J

: roll In the corn meal mixture pealing garnlnh to outline/ your Rt. 1, Box 222-Homestead I, Fla. Fiat COMPLETE: REAL Fxpert watch and Jnalr repair. ,
Drop the franks Into deep hot rout platter. Simply cook fruit ESTATE SERVICE see Ing. All work guaranteed. NeU'a, '
, lard (360 degrees' F.) and fry for garnish with the meat. Appealing Epmorc !Drive Phone 551 Machine shop and mlacellaneouilooli NEAR SCHOOL, t-bedroom CHS IS & Krome. Phnn III. (ol4-tf) .,
RICHARD }I UCIISReglitered
until well browned. pork roait companion are a for sale from W. O, Chileeiliite. home on Urge l
pineapple illcei, each filled WIth May be viewed at cornerof "500. flSUO town, balance like Broker W* buy sell and (trade luna and

BACON CLOPS a plump prune Newton rd. and Silver Palm rent. Julie II. Ilile and Pays RoinerReglitered pistols of all kind. Nell'a,13 8
I dr. or Inventory may be .*. ECHOE JORDAN I S lemenIII Krome. Phone 111. (ol4-tf)

Ilere'i morning bacon and mined at office of Vernon W. Reglitered Broker Ph. 700-J I N. Federal' llwy,

egg luggeitlon. Slowly cook bacon Turner In Flnt National Bank I IIAHDEN Hauling, lindiraping,
IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY"Used PLOTNER Phone SIS P.O. ilox SKI
drips In a frying-pan until Irani- Building, Homcitead, Fla. Inter. binnoll, potting Mill, sand rock:

parent. Remove and line muffin NO pjM LICKS FORAAND I)\\IuuWolfuAf't088'RY01I/ \ sated persons contact Vernon W. 10 acre on Bauer dr $250 an Member Commerce of Chamberof fill. Ph. 243'R. Write Kl S, Dot
*,pane with the ilrlpi Place an Turner (f10)SPECIALSport )
egg/ .
; acre 10 acres on Epmor dr., 14-A, Itommtead.Dr.
I In" each bacon cup, sprinkle with A BA51MAN, I )lAV&Nr' DAtr vi Ir .ir .
Ik6MWAY'ISsues -- $1.10 an acre Lot on itedlund rd. - - - -
l'MS
, tilt and pepper and bake In a fJM& toR 13Att izy I4IG11yAV 1toaatRY near llnuer fir. $300 J. M. Hauer
N.OtN .., 2-bedronm furnished horn a n.
5n frame
moderate oven (300 degree F.) 161.116- ,0M MIJ.I twllli/ and den. Fla.pf24). ;; ;;d'Wjik: Q
WAtllt/ Rt 2, Box 438-C, llomeitead,
In location between .
for about IS mlnutea.Brooks ,; ITMADPSNiVGNy Imo I for shorts and play lulU, good cloM-lq J
( 'DAY:' lie )'d. Webber & Wollum Fabric ( ) school and town. Porch corner M.1-aaae Ie If* .._".' ca '
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ITwoNfIApcil4e Shop, IS So. Krom. ((1-10)) lot. Total price u.nl, tel"llllo 55ui sad S eaMse dGLASSES
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Inc. r r NR PALL Broker Ph. 700.3LEGAL'NOTICES 141 N. 1C. lit II* MUad. Fla

I I II' 1 rue URVICir {0 hlvei of beet In good condition. l ,N ...,....",............... 1
i additional PHONE I'SUI
, N ,J I PQ08 'MS OF for enough expansion to 8S hive equipment; honey ................................

I fJ' r r VOtJQ CAf1fPIRIOOc tank, extractor etc. More than IIOtl' 0' APe11CAT10K FOR TAXDunn

, I tf : coil of hers can be readied from Pub ,.." OnOVK UOWINO. Carl Endllch,
, l Qt Ct-UP 7G1f spring Key honey flow. Prlre NPrei, I. 'IIIC"Y IJI"KH \$5.1. II..... Bt. I I. Box 40D, Ilomntead, (old
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Oldest Completely r O. Monk ..../... as cal 1._ II...
o"Tf $230. Ph. 204-J. (lit) altshniwe.. Ill-Sits. T.. (_,...... Letchwerth place, Kings hwy.)
.......d I4M d' l 1..l MM I1M' day III Thom 527-X-W, (Itlll|
GroveCarelakeri
Equipped J ttf.'IflDLI1IR1" II... A. n. teal .kM shed' MM CfcrUflM
I GOOD GASOLINE STOVE for I .In .,.Km. ..} .... -*. tffHimitim,. tut I.
std IMV t> !. aeari.w
ale. Ph. 2B4-J. (pflO) is .hi JUM m uii WE DO reUibl match repairing
I ells hew '" (.Mlinnw Mil lb.stow.s
J /1Arraav 75MI1E$ iROMNOWAIR&'AJ M:>M'MJ fl4O&PMOII "'" dcOb.d pnx..lr II1al.4 I la I. Woods Jewelry, McCrory Moo ,
a > |Wde "t Q c v\V7wr5Al1S171IN61lKir1lj 4111 ;: M Ie1.1 A W R MM ft
. BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available/ '. rr of Kit: Tiwi II hlmk. .. '......I
at all timer Homestead Floral Arm. !Pba( I I. A *.*, rk.l .IWink a,
r I ern as l.r.td hr h.d. e'a.ar V7. buy old gold. Teeth old ringtiwatches
and Gift Shoppe. 121 N.W. 4Ut it, I ; W.U M VlwMl' TtM HMMMMlt J.id 1 etc. Nell'i 15 S. Krome.r'hone .
r. o. BOX si :;: ... ,. ,
.edw UM Cernafl..l.Waal ,
and Gift Shoppe, 333 N. W. 2nd I1i | .prwrtir w I isM sw's.1 Pd.limit.wsae. 11!. (ol4-tf)
HOMESTEAD, FLA. I
Mien ,... TrucksPlenty list.. .14 Ceiit/ne ....n ... '
Ii .,.;..... ._..... .mdlaa, I..hew. ..I.. dad_will' SEE: ALEX LAN1ER for well
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I I I i Benson Electric Service lovely\ f'A .A.,.,'...i.J-i.: lilt Mr ./ liiHiy, A. DR. end drilling.N.R. 10th Corner it Phone Krom 834W.Wanted aye. I
Radios &
atoms. TO rustic Refrigerators n irATiirmiAN.W \
I Hotn: I la HKHKHT: ulvrtlbat.. .basket at rifta awaits'" ('\ '"* Limit: rmrt, ...... .... ...... ."...
t ."..... K. Per InM* W ..k. .....!!<.. rill at an *.PMMMHI. e4 .004. ,- 'nastyW.1.1... ; I
MM.M, Ii.bvd. c,< Cminlr .-.k.. . of good reconditioned ,11/2. Princeton. Ph. 441 will from BuMM' plill4 local l lmmhtnu M N. V. m1KKNKTT: "DC.Oleall .

I m* .,Dwto Km.rr.UiMMy A.D PhirUi.I IN M. M Uw iMrNvulw Inkr II yen have Just l- f'1t. n.M.ItJu. Pub. t. la. If. I. last) .. ..u..... ..... ..era.
fuklki,. Hmrlni, tar nntal ran.ass tome ensued, i>Ml mbvxl MUw I : i

i r...'.of li UKIM...Mrtal..MfUl, ayMlrbliHi' ftaU. ., Tkonu K. ..K.,. ton jobs ready to go to work. CONCRETE BLOCKS, all lUM, have rill pissed, *r*.:>Uiln MW tke Malhtr eiir,, 1 .. I
a meats t. plot Uoc4. M, m .... I, tlxtem.TlMn Need IMIni em
nol "Ie' are. M, It .... of Ik. Oruce'i Block Co. FlaPhone er jutt bee Sweet
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Farm
P.aly ..... UMI"(" rkirMi.tK .. Polling U J4rtmlve
i *. la. IT. lawn 173. pat IIJ eblwtaan." An"", a 50lb.
! Good Assortment Used Cars. UWM *'l<. CU pave I Acreage
of
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Kcngon Electric Has plea U ll i4 below.Welcome ICE BOXES WALTER C. CARROLL,
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( IIOTPOINT Benson Electric: Han, Wagon $11.95: Perrln 71031WANTED


I APPLIANCES PrlneeUn 44} Bird Chevrolet Co. Philco Appliances MlwYOAS' Mrwr/al, on/0 1OAm6ru1w I

Overseas Bait & i ale ma. far


: }PANT ; PAY I I 107 N. Krome CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone OS rrkMelen, th. 441 Mrs rk. /M-J Geraldine Champney JI.iIM'tM" Tackle Shop I around Good Frltldalra opportunity employment rredveta for and year 1 bat


-- .... commlMlon Apply:
I. Kreme Are. Ed: Pa.ettlCI
-- MAJOR ELECTRIC CO.
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Seminole TheatreTWO George A. Crawshaw .

Breezeway 'Drive-In If you hive aom good farmland
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BHOWfl DAILYt 7 sad I P. M. Phone "*. 171 City Engineer and need I working part
SATURDAY wd SUNDAY eooUneoe* 11W 1LAlmlwloni N see with capital! and equip.
Two Bhew NUhtlyi 7 and l.ll: Fhene I7IJA4ml Adults Nltht led| Mallaee (till I .. t.t.) IM.CTMreai llonni 14e I P. M. Tuesday and Tbaredaynemlatead ment I have the) man.

.let: Adall 4le (tax InrUdcd) ....r tea, het| lea te twelve, 14*. (Tax iaelde4 City Hall Herman Marks WALTER C. CARROLL,
Cklldrea Voter It Admitted. Free I Brutes
Let Times Today: "South of St. Louis"RATl'RDAY Aoclated with Rader Knappen Tlppetti Engineering Co. Phone Pena* ,rOilFitzpatrick's

SATURDAY Feb. 11 Suite lilt DuPont Building WANT ADS PAY
VINSON In I Pea llDeble ratty
i 3 RON RANDALU JUNE
1 Miami 12 Horida(
J "Lone Wolf and Hli Lady" ((7 and 9:30)) WILLIAM" LUNDIQAN. DOROTHY PATRICK In Telephone 94741

\ 1 ARTHUR LAKE In ..OLU>W ME QUIETLY"And
Plu PENNY SINGLETON Fine Furniture
DONNELL In
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i TIM HOLT. RICHARD MARTIN
} "BLONDIE'S 1HG DEAL". ((8 and 10:30)) "STAGECOACH KII)"

, : Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Wood

d { SUNDAY pad MONDAY Feb. 11-11 SUNDAY"4 MONDAY Feb. It'll GiFFEN ROOFING COMPANY Cabinet, Work Chair Casing ReflalahlMr

i: ROBERT CVMMIN08. ANNE Bt TTlIE. PERCY KILBRIDB .Ui LORETTA YOUNG. CELESTE HOLM. THOMAS GOMEZ Car. BfcwayM its Reduurf Rd. Phase 114-1

, I i "FREE FOR ALL" ((7 and 9:50)) "COME TO THE STAHLE"

I Pus ALAN LANE JACK HOLT In Added: Ca. sea. rathe New Roofing of All Types

!1 \* "WILD FRONTIER" ((8:50 only) TUESDAY.. WEDNESDAY Feb. 14-U Solar Water heaters

t __ DANNY KAYS. VIRGINIA MAYO to _
TVEBDAY a.d WEDNESDAY Feb. 14-11 Sheet Metal Work
"A SONG LS BORN"Color
DEANNA DURBIN DICK HAYMES In .

"UP IN CENTRAL PARK" ((7 and 10:10)) Added "M(....'. "by d
Plus SABU. JOAN PAIOE in Fan Ventilation

"MANEATER OF) KUMUON" ((8:5 only) sad FRIDAY Feb. U-17 Insulation

D. W. Griffith' "BIRTH OF A NATION"Now .

THURSDAY *.d FRIDAY. F.b. .1-., In aound. Brought back to thrill a new generation. The I s.1jZUIourAmbultmee/ Servieet\

t THE PLUNDERERS" ((7 and 9:55)) -greater Addedt picture Carte of all.time Free EXiaaaia

Plu MONTE HALE PAUL HURST .in awa ar thaw Cremation

*LAW OF THE GOLDEN WEST ((8:55 only) Ceaitaf: Toeedar IRMA aid ".Witt.....DIANA.,. Feb.LYNN IMS MY FRIEND I I l&* Arareej Ar*.. 41IU 41(11CeraIOable.FU. h Phone 270 homestead Fla. a :








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J., l c h' A&P than It is after an expensive trial. I do not . ,

' : I About this case one thing was sure , think it Is good, and thinking that, it is my 'J'I I

','w i. t S 1 duty to sustain the demurrers and motion "

'" ", e' Their previous experience did not deter the anti-trust to quash." :

,., ;"y ..,,"';;VI . 'lawyers from making more inflammatory and damaging j
:;ft I *, ; ya 1 S l, lllegations, just as they had don. before. In short, Federal Judge Atwell threw the antitrust 1
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'; are damaging allegations against A&P. In two of these cases (I i. \ '

.?' ,1 If( I; ,;',. +. S :,' Federal judge W. H. Atwell ruled that the case should federal judges said they were all wrong. In the third case a .. '- '... j

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