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 24, 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: VID00701
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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Gumbo Limbo Anhinga PROPOSED? BOND ISSUE CALLS

City to Ask U.S. Loan Names of Park Trails IGLANDLOST I

"Gumbo Limbo Trail" and I

"Anhlnga Trail" art the colorful ALSO FOR $$846,000 IN SCHOOL
names selected by. the park service TO SOCIALISM
for the two nature trails at ,


To Construct Plant Paradise Dan Park Key Beard, reports tn Everglades Despite Superintendent limited National . HOPE FORKS. 3 1 r rM BUILDINGS FOR NEGROES HERE !


park facilities, thousands of visitors
are traveling Route 11

'southward from Homestead to the to England THE WEAT1IEHD.H A $400,000 consolidated Home-
For Sewage Disposal key which Is the old Hoyal{ '. Palm 'What Has Happened 11 I stead-Rtdland senior high school
Park Under Socialism" was themybjcct'ot .. a.e.ecc aees.ee..we.mt
11- et.a. and $146,000 worth of new negro
The of the b'ronie-lartted ) a 'talk made .t the sMea ...
II name ) F1ffiAs. D.H M'.4 "I*. | . HUH
gumbo limbo tree ,II. borne by Homestead Rotary Club lunch- r Fob II 79 M 3003 school) buildings kt Homestead

the' botanical trail which: penetrates eon-meeting' Wednesday by Dr. Feb 17 ,-,..13 43 3005 Goulds and Perrlnt are Included

//Application for a government I a hammock .on.,Paradise'' Christopher n.nlell' Feb. II __;TS 37 3037 In a building program outlined I

loan to finance plane for l mod- I HOOVER PLANENDORSED Key Points of Interest art! Dr. Daniels .'Is spending Feb. K 79 80 JO,DOKeb Monday afternoon at a meeting
marked on the trail and explainedIn Londun'j SO 79 SB 30 M
school board and
eta tab) sewage disposal system I ot the rounly
a mimeographed folder givento weeks In Miami, and Feb 31 71 43 3005
was authorized Monday night at visitors at the Royal Palm In demand as.a speaker .. -;_' 4v5 ;- Feb 33 II l 50 3P19 the county trustees. Tentatively

the, second session of the new BY ranger station, ef Mi over-all knowledge of conditions 1 approved, ,the program will tall
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fay council. Consulting, Engineer The other trallan elevated in England under the rule t for a $11,500,0(10( bond "Issue lobe:

Wm. Sydow and City Attorney boardwalk through I Taylor's of,the Labor party He holds degrees POTATO RAISERS submitted to vote on May 1 An
Ira' C. ,Haycock wart Instructedto Slough-bean the name el the ; In medicine 1 dentistry and
: assemble cat estimates and SERVICE CUB anhinga or water turkey, because law. I additional $2,800.000 1s expectedto

other necessary data and prepare these birds ere always to be teen Rationing for the Englishman VOTE AGAINST be derived from. a modified

the loan, application blank for there. A specially fine wild lift la worse than it was at any Urn pay-as-you-go plan.It
consideration I fhe council. ahow Is on view. .there, Beard during the war, Dr; Daniels said la understood that the new
PRICE SUPPORT consolidated school Is to be lo-
The vital need for a new Warmly applauded by the says. He Is permitted one and a hull ,
p ieweee.sydem wai explained to Soroptlmlst Club of Homesteadat Park naturalists art on handto eggs a week four ounces of butler rated on t lOu-acrt site betweenthe

the new councilmen by,Mr $y Its luncheon meeting Monday .Interpret,tht wild life, and a and the equivalent of 23 cents I A halt to potato price supports present Homestead and Bed-be
t dow who'said that .In a lurve.1 Weiss who urged the parking lot Is being constructed worth of meat: Fish la not rs- I wss asked Monday night by land schools, Although the be*
Walter will
r last BUmmer lit found that I was for the UM of visiting, cars, "Wt Uoned, and'neither Is bread, but : r'' r members of Untie County Potato plant not necessarily
,) city septic lurk U not operating members to help disseminate Information have a traffe| Jam every Sunday the quality of both Is far Inferior I Growers Association at a meetnlg agricultural, school l spokesmen

at all M a purification unit and on the acute need of ," Beard says "One Sunday to pro-war standards. Ducks and i u.ua.a r'M, -":w. I| In \Rtdland Camp auditorium say, much 6f the farm tract will be.

that the underground sewer net. our government's being revamped there were more than a thousand chickens are unratlonod but the I Presented tiy President A F. used for achnbl purposes.The

,{ "work, U le.kllThe Rata health according to recommendationsmade visitors"SEEK. price: is regulated so that the I I KI.Y WESTS; (RltEHN; TURTLES IN' MOVIES I I Arthur, the( resolution was passed land present high! school Homestead plants end are Red'expected

., department also has registered In the Hoover Report I farmer gets only five-sixths 6t I i without n iHRnhve vote.
t to be used for junior high
r "unequivocal and unreserved" "This report,, made at great expense their value, therefore, few ducks i Scenes publicizing Key WestV 1 I minion movie knot now readyfor DlKcuwicm mua.M: out Hit be. schools. .

disapproval of Homeitead'i method by a bipartium committee ENTRIESFOR and chickens are to be had I unusual. given turtle Industry release, John V. Montgomeryof I''lief of local. growers I that the Under the $5,323.677 negro construct -

of sewage treatment and diet of the best-Informed statesmen "I had the thought ot getting (above) are Included In a new Miami teach, commissioner price suppoit. program had not Ion J78OOQ la
..1 t poaal.1 Inadequate; he aid !not only points out the appalling a farm and raising my family's here. program
Florida state advertising com- from the' Fourth benefited Die Industry earmarked for a new school\ lit'ckniidn
DADE FAIR
a Mr. Sydow explained that fed. Inefficiency of the patchworkadded food", said the Londoner, "but11 I Dlnblct announced thin'nOl'ld.1 I Under the present subsidy of ienno for a new build
eral funds .wut be advanced for to our original structure, found that the farmer' nethave
may
Tilled 'The Fascinating .
$340 hundred pounds farmerswould at the A. U Lewis School at
plant which must be approved by but also recommends methods ofcorrection"a TO OPEN MAR. 2 any more eggs beef or MOVIE COMPANY i Keys," the film will show audiences I a"!lO In the hole" some SO bog Homestead; and $282,000 for a
the tate health department and said the speaker vegetables than else Jlel
anyone I IhrmiRhoul Jl ho country. the I to 40 rents a hundredweight, building at t'n' 1n.. Mot!>n
the government The loan '10'1111 'Evtryont: should write his senator may not slaughter '4pig ) I scenic. tttrac!
superb finding and Steffanl
I ftoor \ County Agent fhas II School at Trrrliie
t .(Continued on Page Four) and reprosentollvt that we Local entries art being sought without 1 report lh"" 'it the SHOOTS SCENESAT lions of the j Keys. In addition\ a pointed out "tl note approximately Of the funds for new construction
and for the fifth annual Dade County
need action on this measure government, and strict account ('I
color vl'rslott'of the film will .bo
$400()( to rmxe an acre and Improvement ..4.113.077I.
Fair be held in Miami Mar. t
to
that we need-Hhe action now"Mr. kept of where the meat goes."Moreover distributed for group ..hllwlnll.The bushels oC(
MORRIS TRACT yielding Borne 250-300 li In bond money and UOOooo
to II the at
: cochairmsn for on armory grounds
RUSSIAN BORN Weiss, the food edmlnls.
commission Is planning a Ut ,
potatoes ho -.nd.lh.t .U In current revenues through
Committee N W. Seventh ave and 28th at
the Florida tells the
South Dade of (tratlon farmer what
crop film In collaboration with from
new hundredweight of UU. In addition to local construction
for the Hoover Report, Entries should be In place by he Is to plant and he not:
movie "River
may A sequence of the the Florida State Park Service
HERE $ .1O to $3.12"Dumping ten new building andnum..q.
VISITOR was Introduced by Mrs A. F. noon next Thursday the opening plant any other. One farmer wheel: of Grass", Is being shot byOajtLboi to show the nation the scenic of some of the gee.endseartteLesI ...aQptpw9) eefll\
Arthur South Dade ehatrmant day.Cash' had been told..*. plant wtautf!- protheri ut.lloUfMWud bauttyi end.'tsrediemM.' adwge tat' ratS a4
/ bWd J. __ Ikie6.-rpla o.
10- DOESNTSEEWAR' Mrs.. Glenn JMewart?'tverkelr, prim art offered Jor".K* planted bailey 'on a )piece lit 11111' surd New york near FlUwater tapes of the stale parka 'Al Jhe, '(CenMuedbn Inge Four) +JI Culling for 7,77J8J7 'In, ,new
Mich Soroptlmlst whore winter hlblts !II the following. departments land that was unfit for .whrut I Fishing Cramp, acme ten miles. commlHslon'l, library of films ,Is construction and Improvement nf
home lion Coconut Palm dr., : dairy, cattle, agricultureand growing. The government stepped I south of Homeric-iid on the ()er- developed', prints will made
horticulture 4-H clubs, lo'r: : : I I Aid Offered Taxpayer every school In the county the
} 8UANKMAN club. ;
Bf BAM made her first visitto the In and plowed the barley under sea Highway The Mliun Is lit available toitlub and civicgroups over.alroaram\ will, provide
visitor at the luncheonwas schools, garden clubs, woman'shome when it to harvest I Tuoday at City Hall
The question molt people ask Another was ready salt water creeks of a &II KI( retract to help Floridians gain heating facilities where needed
Mrs W. T. Atkins of Lawn: I work and arts, vocational Newspapers are limited to a owned by lion). W. Morris more knowledge of their slate's I
art: "How strong li RusslaT""C.n Free advice mid assistance In Intercommunication aystenut,
agriculture model airplanes, open
DcL single sheet (four pages), Dr. of homestead.flaurind I attractions, Commissioner Montgomery
she alone wage an aggress poultry, 4-H club poultry and preparing Income tax returns will dressing' und shower facilitiesand
Daniels said Coal and transport
alrboata, nn airplane
live war against a strong power?" rabbits explained be offered by a deputy collectorof other needed features
Urged to Market tation have been nationalized and 'and Seminole Indium lire used I
Growers
la she advancing in I' Greater Miami provide
"How well Homestead, Redland, Goulds Internal revenue from t:30 s plans
there Is less of each. The cost of Scott! for local
education?" and "What progress Only Top Grade Tomatoes and Perrlnt will .be representedby Is I by Director Ewlng i, }Hearts 'quake.llUrIn m. to t p, m Tuesday) the for construction on five entirelynew /
production or operation higher Osccoln who claim '
color Mike ,
his the made In material weath?" I Homestead hAIL : sites of school buildings to
illy
the community booths at the "
to bolster ,plum and prices art. almost prohibitive.The I descent from the Indian chief, I I III.
effort t'nd.Cold
In an Wl'l'k Snap .
the to (
'We will be able to answer fair. South Did Garden Club I Persons with a 10411 Income of cost flj\ m $400,000 $400,000
government plans'next to feud IK I
question better if we keep the meting tomato prices, growers and Redland fruft and Spice technical a.lvl"The : JftOO or more ire lequirod' to file Seven new buildings will be
were urged yesterday to sell only nationalize steel, cement and I played to? Inter Cue. who up- Local crop!* following facts in mind: (Continued on Pap Eight) returns liv Miir IS l with the 1'1.1->lletlor constructed at existent
inferior he ail I of In'the ;week-end
the top grades and to keep sugar peered in "Tim Hands I wo demure '
Russia II nearly three times ell>[ inli-rnul revenue at and auditoriums, clsusroums, etc"will
the size of the United States It grades off the market The When the government takes [Jima". Oilier ImpoiUiit rules are cold snap when" balmy comix ru-. Jacksonville. be added
; stretches across( Europe and Asia' suggestion was made by Market. IRS. PENNINGTONIS over s business It pays the owner played by Henry llmmion and I lures tumbled to an official low I
i
r until It faces the American continent -I master C. S. Phillips of Florida with government bonds, which j I Serena Sunrte. I I lot 37 at Subtropical Experiment
fifty miles from Alaska. It I City Farmers Market where 94.- Immediately drop to two-thirds Must of the film sequences : Station Truck Cargoes of I Fruits VegetablesMay
ha. one-sixth of the earth's surface 000 bushels of tomatoes sold} at CHAIRMAN OF of their face value because! of a have been shot In tho EVl'rilladl'li I I "Undoubtedly the temperatures I I

without a border or artificial an average of $273: during ,the flood of such bonds on the mar. which I is the locale of the story' i I went lower than the recorded Be Insured Under FFVA Plan

trade barrier to hamper its commerce five-day period ending Wednes- RED CROSS DRIVE ket, Dr. Daniels said at the station, because scattered
or Industry. It has a variety day night Farmers grossed $WV A "land betterment tax" practically biuni and squash 'thawed dihllnct I
of climates and vast natural 000 with prices ranging from II does away with profit In DITIIANE SPRAYS frost dnmugn," said Oi, Gen U. Grower may incur produce i those, not member of the association
the sale of re ) estate and discourages t" market In IIliunned Chandler says. For a
resources that have barely been upwards to $4 20. Mrs B. Y. Pennlngton of rtuchlo, vl .-dlrl't'lor In charge rarities sent
touched; and yet it has remained Pole beans brought from $3 to Homestead has been named I home-owners from Improving I i, "No dumaire'Mus suffered by' the trucks under a plan I minimum $30 premium, Hit
k-, stagnant The Bolshevists revolution $4 2) and tender-green beans, ; chairman of the loqal drive their property or making DEATH TO BLIGHT 1 tomato, potato and tree iropst worked! out by Florida Fruit and grower enrolls for the Insurance
sold at additions to their buildings, and Aetna Insurance i and receives t form on which he
f.' Is thirty-two years old. The from $3 to $3.SO. Squash which begins Wednesday to raise Heavy losses In winter t/urk Vegetable Growers '
.SO to $3.SO. Red i As to England's socialised medicine Company of lists each truck shipment The.cargo
communist have had many from $2 I $5,000 for the American FARMERS SHOWN' I I crops were reported! for central
plans, they have made many A five-acit parking lot Just Cross. Mrs Pennington, the wife Dr. Daniels said that time ,'Florida and the Runkln-Saramta Cimn. reports FFVA Insurance covers fire, flood,
Is being : would not permit him to do I Chandler Hartlord'i tornado and cyclone, stranding,
claims, but facts prove that they north of the market of Dr. Pennlngton, practicing more 'areas and 30 to 40 per cent losses Luther U
1/1 have made no progress.. Honorable rolled to be ready for use on physician hers' heads the area than mention It. He said, too, Oithane sprays spell death to In tho Lake section The insurance Is open wry accident" collision bridge
Limited
.! and trustworthy people whoa Monday from Gould southward to Mamorada. that such a good picture Is presented late blight of potatoes and tomatoes - collapse, etc strictly to
In the new bonk "The ![ learned by on-tlie- the cargo, the Insurance does not
to out of Russia tell growers
managed get
us that (oppression, hunger Law Clamp-down Checks Members of the Woman's Club Road Ahead", which has; appeared i iI ispol Inll"I"lIolof test plot HI i Lions to Hear Melbourne\ Martin\ II III cover damage or loss to the car
the :in digest form In recent the annual farmers' field clay rier.
of Homestead will canvass
\ the rule of
the.ndjcnor.nce land. art District Fruit Thefts residential areas. of Homestead, I magazines, that he believes most I'conducted Feb. II by Subtropical I On Crime Board Membership\ ) Drive I The plan was put Into effect
Americans are or will be Informedon by FFVA about a month ago In
The great'maority t of Its people No thefts In Redland District says Mrs. Pennlngton. Howard L. Experiment Station, In comparison '
t have been reported with Johnson will be responsible for that phase of England; socialism. with blight-ravaged copper- I an effort to Insure ,rower. risks
'kurelness"'
live In or one- groves of
law firm
member of the
of A
room, dirt-floor smoke-houses. in the past three weeks, according the business section; Mrs. FrankM. sprayed ted plots, nn sign of the : ..The (oral membership' drive not regularly covered, Chandler
and willow-tree to Constable Pete Morgan. Kent, for the Redland areawest I Dr. Daniels believes it ba dread fungus disease was foundon the Crime Commission of Greater Weintraub, Martin and. aye Would-be participants in
They use
bark for shoes rags broken chairs and Night patrol of the groves and of U S. 1; Mrs. H. E He- 'late to save England: from socialism the plots treated with the di.lhane Miami wlllbe emphasized Tuesday Mr. Martin served Schwarl,1 the plan may apply for enrollment -
but he hopes It I Is not too night when Melbourne L as t director of the with the Florida Fruit and''
,
.. old Junk for furniture, and home checking on truckloads of fruit mans for the Rtdland area east parcels and pliygon sprays I I
made wooden spoons for silverwart. I seem to have halted the almost of U. S. I; and Pavld Lahn for late to save the United Elates [recommended by the station I Martin, a founder and a directorof Bar Association, and as Ht and Vegetable Association at 29 S.
down the socialistic the commission, will speak\ ala secretary and president. Court at, Orlando
fruit Florida Other workers will tram going .
J s Few have ever driven a nightly raids made by City. road. i Dr Robert A. Conover, station lad lea'\ night meeting of the Mrs. Martin and their two sons

I (Continued on Page Four) thieves. be named. pathologist, showed the growers I Hedland District Linns Club. A mrike their home In Coral Cables SWEET CORN SLINGS $460
14 tomato test plots lined In blight musical program also 'will be where they are members of SU
control experiments Thirteen of Church. Sweet corn was bringing $4,50
Philip's Fpsiconal
the plots had been sprayed regularly presented. one's income (for the per crate of five dozen earp at
1111 i Lest We Forget e e e By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick with various anti-blight I The drive dv( li.minded being 'sponsored support Tithing of God's work was the Navlllo Bros packing house In
by the organisa
solutions, and the fourteenth had i subject of Kenneth S Iyyeswell- Florida City early this week.
of the community,
been left untreated (for use as a I tans says known Miami realtor and speak-I, "We art taking all we can

The tales I can tell are largely on her claim. Although she had When daylight came the started lights of Chicago and Grand. check plot i Robert director C. MacDunelt, Redland er at last week'a club meeting.Mr. 1I't..Id Frank Navlllo Wed.
I told aunts and seen no Indians'down here, she :tout I to set what tht could set and Rapids or even the leaser ones Blight had infested the stems, I District on the commission. Keys described the predict nesdsy, "and we still need more.
those mt by my was obsessed by the Idea they I the only living thing In sight was of that little home town of Stanton (Continued on Page Three) Leading the membership of tithing as "partnership with Wt hope the supply will Incresse
. cannot be In chronological order. Wire lurking behind every large a stray mule She knew then that Overcome by her lonelinessshe '(campaign In the Lions Club of the Is God", and said that both he and next week as the corn crop conies
! The summers. are all blended together tree near her clearing. he was the miscreant and that he soaked some rags in some Victor Cook, chairman his business gave the tenth ripe In greater volume."

, In my mind, and I haveno That first night she barricaded I had only wanted the salt on the of her precious kerosene, applied i MURDER VICTIM community betterment committee.

I notes from which to write. AU li the door of her cabin with a ropes. a match, and with a r.keoiled\ ; In CRIME COMMISSION
the happenings must needs have makeshift cupboard the former By the and of that first year the burning rags up Into the I A native Florldian and a MI. I apply for membership THE
II been within walking distance of homesteader had left and made I two other neighbors had locatedon splinters i of a broken-off tree FOUND IN GLADE amt attorney ,since 1034 Mr. OF GREATER MIAMI.

Rtdland road and Avocado driven herself a hammock of fertilizer : Avocado drive-Mrs. Boa, that was near the cabin. In no |I Martin assisted at the birth of

the only mode of transportation sacks, since her furniture had not I Ieome. about where the Fiche house now time, almost, they caught and the TOMATO FIELD : the Crime Commission. 'While' Q Regular, $10 or morecarrying Associate,

was by foot In those earliest The ropes were some she stands\ and her mother, Mrs whole place ,was aglow I serving as president of the Dade f n 1 Contributing, $25 or more } voting
, days had salvaged from salt pork In Merck on what is now the Bat She said It was as brilliant as County Ber Assoristlon, In Marchof J J1 or mora
I' Miss i Lewis came down two or the Home store Tired out, she ] lard place. any city street and] she was hap- I The body of 88-year-old Ro- : IMS he called the three-day I'I 1 Institutional, $500 or more privileges

I three years ahead of Miss Long- fell asleep almost at once but That made the days pleaaanterbut pity basking I In the brightness chelie Howe of Tampa was found .convention if Dads County citliens -
she two lanterns bobbing '''by two farm workers at which/resulted ln formationof ,{ enclose! the sum of $. ..?...as c1ut'81or one year,
abet and there was no one living was awakened shortly when the the nights were lonely, No when saw : negro :
lr between )Home's, store and her hummock ropes gave way at one one lighted lamp at night because along the road toward her i i 10:15: Monday morning In Everett : the commission beginning this Oatc.( As a member, I will endeavorto

y' t.I' corner at first Evening after end. They were tied around the oil was scarce and expensive place. It was the neighbors comIng I Shuler's tomato field, three A resident of Miami sine, 191S., wture at least; one new member.
y evening her courage failed her. poles of the walls of the ably I and on Aunty's part, because to tee what; war wrong It milet east of' Homestead. An''Mr. Martin" Is" I graduate of Miami < : fl.,"

just about sundown, so Mr Homer She heard footsteps outside for sht feared they might prove war her embarrassing momentfor 'I autopsy at Jackson Memorial i High School and of the college ,<. -..
of of Date ...... .. .............. 19........ "
formed the habit of borrowing a a while and then all was still I beacons to a wandering Indian as she hated to admit she was Hospital proved that she had of, jaw' University ... ... ,. .
} off the train engine She spent such a night ef terror well as because the fight attracted lonely although not afraid. been murdered. Florida. At the university, he "
headlight [ ; .. ...... .. ..,.,. ... ........._ y
r and hanging It en the front of that, as she often said afterward, mosquitoes. \ The solution was to put on the Three Miamlans. I white man I was a recipient 0( the ..CbasB.Brlcktll I ( rint'Name) :\ ... _. .._ "
', the again felt the emotion One the let M her door coffee pot and break out a box and two Cherokee Indians, wenposted : Memorial Scholarship '
$ .r the darkness store overtook to guide her.II.Q\ If the of fear.never Having scaled the heightsand I I step In night the early\ darknessand of.uneedat, and they sat about I held late Wednesday fur I He Is a member of Blue Key, Business Acfdres&iResidence. : ..............".._.._"........................._

she wondered. 1f I talked until well toward day- questioning' the slaying. The Omicron Delta Kappa and Sigma
( At last the time came when probed the depth was she would and j Nu ., ..' ..... ..j..",,,_,.........................h. .......................
v K WIt Imperative that she sleep i,ever after immune to lear ever again tee the bright break. (Continued on gage Eight) frsternltiai; ) r- _._ 't.



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ARTHUR IIEADS District Orchid Growers to CompeteIn I'Carl Norwood and Dudley 'Peebles S-LEADER-KNTERPRISE Friday Feb. 21. JIM


LOCALVORKERS\ 16th Show Opening Today in Miami Winners of Bradley Memorial Award I I Howe EC I upU Lara I:I HOMWCAD* othe BAM Homestead MBBTMember '

FlwrM Produce
To Can
I School Paddle. Club .held their
Lau tthibtt w 3! t* l Irtluld ...>. *.. Clams 1
> c. Mural pi I
I FOR SMATIIERS ill 1M kiN. ..a...1lws..iI..,n ioW. .i *. orrftManuiM boa been I'''d I"rl l udley I MarwoMl r-i.ft.li of := Orjve land pol*jtf*.Pt iL tee roll..........1 Oarmmc of nortd1 fruit and i first school, I trjyl.r tart nigtd.' mUni Rudolph" at rlo.-the

of orMi I* !M dtay"d *t AMfaw **H MMNtoi. to Mr*. RyeraonThree I II recWve rwa-aeak .11.:21 p-r.n>at..MtIL IftaetalJal.. IJ the current projectof I I nwn it prwdonl; ay iUi. IntornaOoaal ahow will'" be on tflcpUy. at iht ,. the ad.nrcd horn eronortueicuute I I'
A. r. "Skipper Arthur win -. dayal ramp tht Mad In memory of Bill Oral.ky group No formal program -
i of the South Florid Orchid Society orchid how. *h* Mid. On wlli, I laugh) by"" Birth. '
server rbairman of the Smith- "rfr 11 retiptent of Ih* airaualH former dub member and wa prentd but nrm-
to open at I orloek today how rowing nature plant, I Nil) Hu.m.n ut HomnMMl Nigh
an II i Rr. en tot nenttor campaign InHoawtMd at ..",.. Prk Audttortum in will ahow UM ,School The twelfth grid pupil
(rowing ... .
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= I .l h.he DMrkrti In agriculture the award li de- end ard6
Howard L John .
Miami Reported to lit the buj. and th* third "UI b al I were hotctrf .t. party on
(nub H rbal MrKtmmey
.ill be troejurer and H P. Met .< M* kind .*) .*rth, the empty with' th* "heater Ml opera.UM i i..all.',,1 fl hard Bonnam are theltrtuta tarmined on the baaii of iporUmanahip. Wdndy o* lt weak for nwm- idiot. pupils vWto4 Alpine
eo-opnUon and .hol -
Rutherford and Frank Webb Co- how will ditptar. MM MOM bin Mr ., '.
for lamination by Inter . of C O Robertson.IndPNeolen Gave Dairy on Wdnday anal
&1 ... ability Lows t *.r -...,*
dMlruwwi/ f tenure MM E. JOpel trrhldt jr
rar* lemon BouAnerle*, Me1 penon. Mr. and Mrs. Ry. I dir.. Mr. M. H. Callow. *'* apwUIreaoMitf .
trifl **rtf M cj>pal.tj car Hawaii sod *Q pads "fli* United ran expert whir daughter Lot, Th award, given Mch yfto were Sam STwr .* lfilfieakad TM.
I wick
toM NM Thursday made
trip were poplin on
the beat .-rukj bet at eshPtsygrount and Robert Bonham ot Redtand I
.
' and
mrtlM thereon, Mr* Adrian SUM. .
to fly Ui today from John & mad .
by aoheol In the .touroC&l8ttnAirUnn..part
o{ Jacob, M irrrptka' cwainltfe Their/ rrhldaritinl for SUUoai UrJvenJty to MM t .tth I were presented feymember The summer ptiy ground. program troop. .
arhool
grow new boa The Florid City of 1 ctoa tranoortU pro)ed.
e/I.ivarn./ of the Uon dub *l Initiate arid Haanccd fur
ingaredttnti and tt horn anew I
phurt j recent ichool I aaerRMie, Tp two by Ih* Lion Club
J I yean
6
I Wwkars turned by Mrf Dyil wen be brtredufed by Mr. and Vnd, phli nop ti and fine .1
frank L Elvtrv and M taken two
Hi was over yean ago
Include] SytvMler P Adair Rudolph Mr*. Daniel Ryeraun of Rlchirdnt '
cattleya
hybrid
orchid
will b
G.tlat; hid of the Red. the county huh titan automatic :
chorge by Get '
!
O an nan Mr Itlrhard L Th* Rrerwna drcigned. th* fWtured In the plant display i I fs"1
J UMOVM Mri Mr*. Arthur Mrs eqttlpinent for "hlrh y* paste Gent Orchid! Jungle, according to
t Dyes snags Ik. rcffmltte If .... I wrr* md by HomeUa4 firm Tbo Fennell of Fennell Orchid Tom White Wins First Prize of $50 I
. inff ground-floor (location. M fti* t.bl* with III nrpt ton tr.y Qo. which own and operate NOT I

I' campaign hed t loan McCre, ....thnt' empelcn I ts IMllulanu by Remand Mdl.I taws Bauer and Epmor drive f
, niucr, f iv. 0 return" of, work and lilt J..... rat which Orchid rrwifement. corxgeiM ...of he/ rum or"o faucet '- f

.. Smith**** platform and aniweredqueittoni fit* ovr tilt table h mad t/ J"1r arm "!*led to mink.HIALEAN'S Cash prft** .( $M, |M and 124 dn.": loa Tom***!'.. "It Kg any limo ot the day I
*l an orianlultonilmoriini ) Builnea Bleaalng. Men i
J I were presented Friday to TIIftWhl" / I a or a
Friday alibi la fir V. TMnal ace'"; and Joyce Morgana, I
.
r-- -- Joe Mid J ycMorftn
F W. hall. Howard JohiwonarrvKl for
Ideology Democracy Th '
w u chairman *f the ..,.... ORCHID GIRL Lilly King of I who placed tint, tr.ond other speakers and their aubpecu 'I l'r}

, inn which) ,....j .attended by torn Miami. bolds a lampllnf ot the and third mpectlvely In the were: Bvttjr Tvner, 'Ideologyfor A new outomotlcfrlgldolre I

1$ of. Smither* '1Jl'pLtcr M.OOO bloom which will b* on speech contest iponaored by South Democracy": Elvl Soon, c a as EU.-| I

/ view ..the sixth International Miami Exchange Club .1 t Home. My Inherited RlghU*; and Bob y Irk Wot** HeClllfI

orchid show ot the South Florida aimed High School Th tint prlz Roper, Tre Cnterpria* and Terms win giv* JTOM *J*> t i

Orchid Society, fob H-ZT, at winner U eligible. to compel' In Democracy". I'Illg.hot wotony ;
Bayfront Park auditorium. Mlami. the countywide footed for I No date hat been set for the
I i GRowLfJGI Thoa are cattleya end 11,000 college acholinhlp Exchang Club' context at Red '.. a time JOY wont

i World Famous phalaenopae lUpplemenUflf Lll- The six speech eonteitantiwrr land High School it, and oil you

tit I,'. beauty judged by Hollli Barrow want-at Hi* hint

loa Proby and P Diuult! 61 r SchooL W a faucet.And N wW b. cUaA

', / OPI M. I II FLAMINGO DAY Up the diiplty to b* entered by the iponiorlng group, and award Only review work I It offend! and deaf hot woUrl) for Frlal4<

Cap and Mr*. Carl Von Paul.arn wen made by W. II Groover, this Isle. In the oMirw In *d I
ot Fiddlers Creeo co N. club president' hand he laid Tb fe* I II tS I. 0 alum Rod diverts. eorroW<'o4 -
Auur SUfUlentI Krorn rd.Among Tom Whit* them wt "The month, end one-month enroll
I *4 7 Ylromm tmnfiolI the amateur grower CM Against Speciallnd Mcdl- menu will b* cccpted, If deIred. 11 mints from the tank wont to

Growth- March who may enter Individual entrle s+ Ht lf, !hut prvnllng "prtliog"'
Friday 3 I
are Mr. Earl L> Martin of Red. Typing! and Shorthand The clause are iponaored by ... and rut ?Frlgidalr w lrheottn

land rd. and Mr. and Mn. 11 Taught Evening Claws the adult, division .f the county YNa com In JO to 80 got
F. Bushnell of Redland reS.I'rlr.t .
choul lyitemIkiuon .1,... Thf'i ont to At your'
money of H.200 will be Homestead evening ctaaari In
n .di. Round and Tabl.-Top
divided among IU winner end typing and thorthand will be
PuaTLT runnen-up. Th Individual continued moJ.li. Ask obovt eoay 'Lrmaf >11j
a* long at the attendance -
e Flamingo ParadeBirds swards will rinf from I1SO warrantor, uy Mrs.
POIYCAPSMSl1IYMMIM downward to $I. with top prize Ruth L. Scett Innnictor. Inter Electric Services( !

to 10 to the exhlbltcr with the toted persona may enroll on Radios & Refrigerators
belt collection of 1,000 flowering Monday and Wednesday night I
Prtoctton. Ph. lit j i I
(APULI: FIiiAIRE
Ire. pirided only once plant on dliplay. when clasae are held from 7 to ,

IOR CHILDREN Tropical bird, tall palm end 10 clock! it Homestead High
yearFlamingo other troplcil vegetation and I

pool and 20-foot waterfall will be leom about the moneytavlngRadiontube iLimirWatcrHciter

wed to creat a fairyland back Home-Cooked FoodFried healing eUment

round for the diiplay (hot putt' oH III hut Inlo..the. !'

Commercial and amateur(row. waters I t
tn from all sections of the United ( Chicken a SpecialtyHot

I DIXIE DRUG e StakesOne State end from ai far away a* Biscuits with All Meals

H--.... na.no. France, Hawaii. Jamaica and, Home Made Pies !
several!
South American
M W* Deliver eoun Electric
tries will be repreernted at the M* close' *l 4 P M. Sunday Major Co. ;
of Americas Foremost show with. exhibit ran.lnlll'OnJ

*lrul. viluabl bloom or unusual .
SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANT
HEAD THL Horse Races ennui to elaborate auemblaiti -

AD of' maaard flower U. /. I Jot N. *( lletaettud Phone tn.a, Perrine, Fla. Phone 3011 i
_n ___ ___ An orchid will be given wy;
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very hour to lucky pectalcn
,
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I It 12,000 of whom uw lest ; -W :

how "dr.\
\ - The affair I II being '
; a
THlTStNSATIONALIAVtdowillOT
4 by the South Florida

0 clety, JM-member non-profit orfinlutlon .

...' devoted to the id. RideLSafest :
; estin ser vanccment of orchid allure. in Mosl RoomLBesf !

;: gl.o the Doynlon area Beach. Norman II president Merkel ol the of I

0 aoclety and LeRoy Owen, of Mliml -



D RY : I ilocan will The, be show'Beauty ihow open chairman.-from which to I Remember'p bean.. to the 10,* i,j,' I u The New S tep.D own Red I e.I!;/ 1 1I '


'N'I-i p. m. on Friday, and from 10 I' '

% ) S a.Sunday m. to and 10 Monday p. m. on Saturday, Available only in Hudson because Hudsan is built differently' I


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room . oat ride . frooMMhty cf froUry .to asr ....... auto*
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py..tlwsbwMAlrfOMATiCALLY "".--... ... rf Yd !.**. ..... that Snt lludton( eicliulve sows lively' that thM. ) thnllwf aouuraCp.dowa"
.w 13..bw w dry.a led. rlgkc 4ap Irtoe dab. a, a minln t*. I.fea t o lOll evlwtdiaa ,hue th
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ANYWHL1L U.Ih... acs ta.bli, .dti.Of 1d'1oOsd tr..rn.: iwto w rte*. M new apace that b award la otnarcan. .tamfur* Anwrira* bWridlnad : *
..d.d) to Ovtinnto H*. ..... TW Mfnt cart And far *added
aster dratM AWAY boa dodMt runmr.N 1.1..r WW Anilobl will Hudson xdnvtSUPERMATIC ) writ Hudnoa'a Monobilt body. i
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ky east tad C.0.ld...... toandl w.aw wa

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I RedUnd ksiwlcencertT.night Community Aid IB Credited by Beard Union S.r\ ice Today I LEADER: -ENTERPRISI. Friday Ft'b.Z195f1_ =nTttMKll I
Crop Transportation Is ThreatenedAs
I Marks l>*)' ef Prayer
in Auditorium I Fires Minimum Motor Pod I nouns Preaident crank TyeIVnwiM .
Park to \
Coal Strike Strangles Railroads With Keeping W<>,Id Dy 01 .Prayer will b* fining. to Miami "are
.....
tedlawdwho HII' baud will .... Me n% CM I'i.IlctTres '
martwd here today by a Mked to retule- with l hmrm nBdw
I ....... thla ........ .ha
A ....... of rfri *rtor *eves ,.base taw W eve k01t "'I lie pn.aat...a i. .lntsm. ...... A.+nM.Yrt cl ......... ebaeesdla. plus II belyAll. III ,service .* Mto(4 I* M unto......1 degoMMMa If a moae : Morrl..,. John H. HaleH.E.ARNAUD a
'..... ....... I web tM park atreto ......1 area irurrlr from Jams Haler.
npOT. to HirriMt tk* sal .... CbMrftor Mid taa will be Osc'pr' pbsa aptMttin Pint Methodist' Oun'! If'' pool t* femMi aporlatkm t.Sus
sulks further hmr rUka.draovsarnts 'I I.tenU-lrwki are aavMg tla day will play Dream of Mwn IN iwoyang fire .**. *t ihwMran. "... fire control Idra are Wmwhii In tlallfltal l thrice weakly ru rVMUDMI
pete a atrtoui thrMtto I tar fanmn ky haply. a Heady I to acrompanimMt .ky the band. I National. PM I WM votocd yeawe .. hi been" .heir almost. i ia i nrwwsteadAll ,.....11. lloaw.t**<1 w
Dal unit i tarkUfart orginltathm and1upI
'. cornetiel. who will. toy by SwpertaMMt year Uatxl llA|"r1
Bill Bins
hulto DM c-a, uUebarretod If BjrodM ftwUH la and .
tomato and ...... crop :=, playaevnd* free ... H...." aoad.'Tlda. at (01.) .< ,ei NatKHiilPark no HIVIIH. to ltnul the gwrial. pda e.U..l. KM .boon. adoptedi I
ores and frank llrnllxirtie ul l lYellowitone |tn'grum during the huntmen the llometelPmbytorlan
to market, Oi.wr>BhlM>*r LuUiT i Chandler pointed out that th* and "Deep Blue wen we has bad i protect by
be
U ChaiWIer tttd.. yeetontoyU refrigerator car ahartoae. !hat Quart conductor win be Mn.Claraoc bust oaopenMan else. and WI National l'"k ikNied Th nanctutrr. will.... Mont (lab. an-
open all day for prayer and M a. KTMM AmWATCHMAUI
an ittwt to supply ttwlltto I grown etoadlly wave Moss the 0...,. W. B. Woe J_ hv kept ATM toBeerd a mMsM5Mt", .1.1
111 "ru t,1i MwM tfaUr to haul war and tkat only. ,W are --.1 Peed. Nuadnd ..........,' .ey.. Right rear WI ae* Ilit-and-ltun Can Kill MUM apaatnrX. ) by UM Uattod c... Newcomers, from Canada !
the. wlfttor crop, Mm too can ,built lush. year .. replies and Phil ...rtII. SUnUy DuUmb to th* BtMdt .f the file raven ta, Two Negro Pedestrians- eau of CkuraH -. ties Day I Buy Residence litre JIHCU: AND
user dTrtod Into Did thi put IOW going out of aervk-e. I I to bandmattof. wOW UK vent yet to .tem If .*..,., will be Mid 1ft N
waek-end. L rauntrtot today, th* lint Friday )Ir. and U* Watch orJt".tll'f
they had been ahuntod fir rag** a.1 Sunday to two ...... DHMctMiroei -.II''
by of Lent of Toratb, coals, and
'1 I-thori raUrotdt. almott 400ran II Outbreak of (Grove; and Woods Fires Tamiaml Trail menaced Uw and critical tnJurM. to Th. day win .b.. *uMi. -d atRrdland DOOM Mart, havebuugfcl I Repairing
wen brought In from the I northern boundary of he peek their' NM II1........ noMli Con- Camp with. iperlal. ..,. the rtatdinr. of Mr. and on premises
Prompts) 'Warning by Fire Chief Greer firefighter. ruble.. Pew Mnrgan who it mverttgtlmg -
north and MO from the Atlanta ( but WM checked by virus for rhiMran al I ottor I Mr*. JMDM they HPMW at 4M N
I a'.*. I Beard reourU.. Fwir trained firstwnJcol the can and for adult at f... Children' W SavMltfc ... Mr. Nichols u II Paris Renlrung J

Th demand to being met on An outbreak of firm during burned with a lo<* W MOO whenit aide ar. the paik Instantly killed wnv James taking. part Mi the afterwoon aer- I 1 rawMcttd with Dad Tractor Appraisal Made
a dy-to-4ty hula. but we don t the current dry spell yesterday caught fare from k wood blue shout troops against' flu. bu Ceril Permit of Humelel vie' will b* AMIM 1))'". Johnnie Company her. I Electric: Clorka 1
,
the whole to prtwed hatsservln struck by a speeding. car easySunday .
Lou King list.en )
Oottl .
Fay Kelly
I. .
prompted County fire Chief SaturdayIn Tli aal wu handled by Fay
In thaw or unergeiicy.In Front al. In I Repairedfraternal
I Hunting on
DITIIANE If. 0"0 Ion a warning charge of the .local unlU are Martin Belly Ja WilliamsRobert Dogner of th* real aalat office
I' agilnrt letting any kind of finNo J. 1C. Over of Redland its. UM for' the fins Usa her ,llomettead' Mgr aertmn, and Tyre, Carroll Pushy, of Richard W. Fuchs.ou .
(Continued from Pap On) I permits will be Issued during lion on Naranja rd. Chat Sullivan lira teaion, U t tank trallewhkh Mamie UHI Grady who was nm Charles T,.., Wide Orr, Fiber Jewelryof ,
let vet and fruit of the plant on the dry weathrr, b* ..!d. of homestead llatton on ROM carries "heavy" water. to down Sunday in Perrlne In Dude ,...... Irvin. HarfieM and Alvl. all kind J
be directed again th,* flame In County hospital. art Annie Ruth properly eompulinf\ depracl-'
the untreated plot and the plotsrpreysd Within the week, fin. rd, and a C. Mullln of Perrin :: WlllUHM .
with 'I pail a fine spry by highpoweredhot I Jellup. erroft'. cnmiMMikm, and .lk... and otMoletcenr allowance with specs. atteatUi toMa
l of the copper compounds compoundiOn wai .crews were kept' hoping by (I* station on U & I. Beard' rxplilM that the fog ,Sam Banden who was walking Tax Bulletin Deal>T Tlw basis fur computing then >Ml. tad Castors Star
copper
1 fire
and wood and
trl-bailc grove MV hM a superior blanketing' ffffrl 'with the Grady woman allowances U fully explained In cashless.
copper tulphtte, popu With DrprerlationJaekamvllK
eras! building fire. Oreer Mid Oil witneM seeing. entitled Bulletin FopleCo
Glade
Urly used for blight cootroL Marilyn Deities Chosen in smothering out fir I reported a publication tMEOlRLAT.AWATPLAN.
Another, luted at P Ill-l and On Tuesday, firemen of 'OII"t4\ Hy )K.ILS. for Contest ,bugglee also! ir* used' and an the ipeedlng tlarron de th rar ; Feb. 1I-t"NI-- are available' from OiJatkionvdl .
protect I JO acres prows II
I Morgan aayi Th driver of the Most business organluthMi and office *f the U B
purported to eontaui bllghtradlctUng >
t quatlUei, failed completeljr 300 arm of woodlands burned Marilyn Delhea' of Redltnd W. II. Vann of Fahokte rti that killed the Grady woman Irmi an faced with Uw problem Department' of Commerce
on Robert' rd. and Bauer dr.
lank to his 'heels, and hit
\ to retard the d..... I High School la one of 61 Florida I IrienlllyU
Farmer vlalted the Wednesday morning Albert It. high arhool senior girls. chosen" Dies After Sorter being. traced by Morgan
Fast Glade
Cave1 three-ftr burnedon .
garage through the car'i KM license
etperlment ttttlon. on the North I:. Avocado dr and a 'II Old*. by their reiprcUv schools to Wm. H Vann of PahokMbrother plate. .
Canal and the tomato compete for three acholanhltt| lames C. J. Tom "
enperi- of and
mobile car, a Pond tractor and a
mental farm at Whl.nd.folow\ mowing machine were. deitroyed worth WMO to be awarded by Vann of MomettMd' diN FHU >. Sweet Corn

Forlda City.Elementarr. Both Redtand and llomeitetdunit Mar Florida 3. The Southern girl wins College. selected on following. l brain operation In WEI.COE)] 'AGON We Buy

................-.....N I INII IN M responded to the fire be by their achoul on a bail ofoutstanding Mount SinaI Hospital at Miami
4-II ClubBy lieved' to have been caused by arbietement andservice I Bvarh. Funeral' Mrvlrm were ADDS SERVICEWelcome
defective. wiring The buildingand . held Sunday alt moon In thePihoke.
JOANNE KINO It* content. wen a total lota.Sarly I Elks Club of which Mr and Cucumbers
..!.....N.......................... Vann was chairman of trutM Wtgon ctlli on u. Squash
Monday morning per*
".. first year girls met WedItetday rill, Redland and homestead : Iledland Rand Boosters I Interment' wu In West. Palm ,..r-oId girl |I. being slid k .
In the rafetorium. One unlU lived two room of I burn < Slate Benefit Supper 1 Reach the local Welcome Wagnu service' .
Mr Vann leers. hit wife. Mr .
charter """'>o urt wet loM byIfottrW
girl quit today w. sewed 011.1I1rtI. rig ten-room negro houn at Perrliie -
There were. It present . A Black Point tool! shed A chicken upper" to help buy txtraln. Hughes Vann and I II O..I. I new. uniform for the Hedland brothers and atster.. Homeirtrai the first annlveriary dinner Werfletday !. I II EVERY DAYField
High. School band will be given relatives who attended the funeral itighl in Sinn mid "'illettaurant.
d from I to S on Mir 23 by mem- were' Mr and Mrs. J. Tom I !
\ben of the Kedlind Dand Booit- Vtnn, Mr. and Mn. James C rounded In IPM. the .nervlr. i'
RALPH MATOUSEKAnnounces :en Auoclatlon. Vtnn, Mr and Mr Paul Vann, mudemire the' old cuetum of I' .
Mr and Mrt Millard Otddlt, lending welcome. wagoni. to pert' heat Prices .
Unwashed
I'i.' Mn. Wayne Adams, Mrs Herman travelers with frimdllneu' fnod, |1 Run -
i. Princeton Negro Killed L. Dyin and 14.... Co auppllet, and fresh water. Now .
In Juke Joint Shooting "' ..nUuI.Mr. more. than 3.Olio hottewi In over
s Vann, II 1. bad been a produce son cities make call on glrli *!.
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Ooripy Clark, Princeton negro dealer In Pahuke since laming their lOlh blilhdt tnnlrarlet .
the opening of offices for .
li held on charges of fatally KIT. H* was a member (lr Fin\ \* engaged( shin, 01 lindiM. 'Why wash your squash and
'ihoolmg another Princeton negro, Baptist Church of Pahoke and mother of new able' fmulm,
f' j X Chester Price, Sunday night In of the Pahoke Rotary Club.McCRKADY who move \locally and nl''N. I
barrel? Let t
cucumbers out of
11 Princeton' Juke Joint. Conttablt tom,,,. a
The General Practice of Law Pet Morgan who mad the trrut KIN DIM .
'. said he understood the kill Word hat been received of the us about washing and
tog wu the mult of an old death Sunday of Robert Mc. worry

|quarrel. Cready of Scotland Ontario, Canada FLORENCE
Mar. 6th, 1950 2nd Floor, Caves Bldg. | C.lled0 the sane about I brother of James S. MeCretdy grading We wash and wax
clock Sunday night, Morgan, and Deu McCready oIfomettead
203 N Krome Ave. by 3 clock\ Monday morning hid Funeral tervtret and Invites you to them the modern way-by ma
I located Clark and the gun burial were held Tuesday In stop tor
allegedly used In the a ooun,. Scotland
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Southern Bell Wages and Working Conditions Already III'j: ';J L '7 i Chevrolet



Are Among the Best-Any Increase in ,Wages Would Have .


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You have a vital take In telephone wage For all of these benefits, the employee

negotiations, for it'* the money you pay In to
pays nothing-the Company
pays alj
a us that we pay out In telephone wages.

i Telephone employees are well pail!. Their Any way you look at It-wages, workingconditions .- iir
pensions and benefits-telephone
with the
favorably wages
wages compare other in the community for employees are doing all rIght. And that's the _
paid by concerns way we think it should be. It takes all there
similar skills
tJ;/ work requiring things to get and keep good people.

;," Telephone wage rates have been increased The telephone business I is I regulated J In I a
increase
117% since 1939, compared with an '
that Unions and most other businesses
way
of J less than 10% in the cost of Jiving
not Federal
are and
State Commissions deBut 2a.

wages are not the whole story. Tetetcrmlne the rates We charge for service. Any I

phone employees have the advantage of steady increases in telephone wages would force us _r .

work, with no seasonal layoffs They get vacations to ask for an increase in telephone rates ". ... .. _-

,I with pay, up to three weeks, plus six ..._ -

I holidays a year. In addition they enjoy the What About The Contract? whir Chevrolet's. A4vme4 IOAD-MASTER "W5" I iQae
real security provided by one of the best Great new performance .

.: and benefit plans in industry. Southern Bell and the CWA-CIO are en- .

pension Among other things it provides any: gaged in collective bargaining on wages at .. +,e '. Never before lush power t ta die*. enalntal! Tlwy dIM" you won per-
tt"
r i the request of the Union. We earnestly hope roW truck,! The new Lwd-Martef i ormana, titan ,1I1UeI, IIIOnI J

: A pension with a minimum of $100 a that a settlement can be reached that will be . 10S-bap. enaJne-t'u ed,fugv)'-duff )everythl1 owe" lilt! QrkeS*- m.tten ill die Acid- tool

i month, including Social Security, at fair to the employees, to telephone users and power plank; and die 11IOOI T1aril..
Whichcwet
Coda .
J I age 65, and liberal provisions for to the company, Meanwhile, the public has f 1 Mager,Eat&1no-1IOW Stepped tlJllo Choose See ,them remember, thus: Cberroletp you

earlier retirement every right to expect uninterrupted service ::.J N' .y bulky 92 a9 wc' few often you th* molt powtrjulTbeta

\ under the present contract between the Company an Cbtnokt ,,rtatet truck M UM Uttorj
;i. Sickness and accident benefits, up to and the Union, which provides that ,, [

a full year's pay, depending on length quoting the contract iUelf, UNDER NO vane,............,....r..,.,..........., ,.,..,......p111brqa .

of service.: CIRCUMSTANCES MAY IT (The Contract) ADVANCE II ON TRUCKSPAroiMANCi .-

1t Death benefits, up to one full year's BE TERMINATED EARLIER THAN LIADMI
UADUI: Poruuaitr LiADtti: PaCi |
L wage, depending on length of service. JUNE 5,1950.!) ," liADiit: PA'TJOAD '

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The DIIlIfIRIIIIItItIIII / and Mrs t f McCul out some program to Insure ..f.- I Ike aaM.Mr RUSSIAN BORN I 4 tEADBIDENTERPRISE[ Friday Feb :4. 1950 ,
anaounoa the meniage of ty flylrn by planes In the vicinity Haycock teM the council I
Leader-Enterprise daughter, Dolly, to Hugh of the city light end water plant dill Sindair Reftalng. Ce. Is (Continued from Page OM) 'i j
Fee. U ." We hew oceans idled with flab. 1 I from raw ore Into steel ablest
en Council action In the otatler had seeking to toy four pteillnis lotead set or used. modem plumbing. II
h.... II Ilia 20 .. T E. Klrhy MIl acne bee ...... by UUHUes .yerto- of one from the bulk pleat 1{Many ....... ate kept m stave and mounutiu covered with Um- or e.n. from clay, rock and aid
MIl ......... have re WndcM 00fde8 W. Ivey Me ... at M a. W. Fourth ,L to the i labor camps and the went is eeI Mr.( We baWl filch. of iron ore hiss bruuttful. homes, streets t.1 i

rl M.1 ... ..... __ fte ....... ..... from a aeveei-mofith play ported that low-flytM ejajies ,......... H WM muted to re-ad- I greet that people will conceal a end hills nf sulphur We hivertreein roaili. The nation Oil ....... 'y
... ...... ...../te .... of oil beneath the mnleve i I..h.lod. iu people happier i '
. 1M MaN her rune e.ea n. "",", . ." hen the nearby etty alre.rt wartime the) plan ler a public few poUtoM .t the risk' of going
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. . a. raw r create I very real beard to bearing to Jail (or three Four at the earth and great IlertTabove. rriKluitiiHi end more prod.hen .
... fevers ed lelliet years
IM 14 Iwo 11 ad'" .our./- dIv. aeeeimel touch gave to the valuable dty plant A cefitmuntoeUan from absentee I I Uredes are the limit of the freei We havr COIl micro end, .., '" ,iii Hot only eliminate

t""ArL NkS.... w Mw 11-. III*. of the Cktter Club ee- Homestead need.'n.. Councilman E. E. King finance' i,education. and there la no I IMCOUve power dame Above all, we hero -luinp. but Will 1 Increase the
by Miss Thelma Redd." board, eouncilmen derided In chslrmaB, Informed the group to atimulete UM! young to UM grealMt coUectlon uf human fumlt of social security, unemployment
BUftMMtlt UAOtAkNAir ; ; Informal discussion: that, some tMO Is outstanding .ta great effort. In fact personal/ kill Mid energy the world hail I' Insurance old age pension /
nssturtlura* were used ever ...._.
I ambitions and medical tae net wfll
delinquent.1 taxes are discouraged and
property ,
DKKINION Mayor Livingston staled! that
rwumt fh IlILlllf
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11- ... ....... Supper Bridge lie Intends to Include tuning In for IML The '41 taxes become at times punished by law We do not have to fear I help to eliminate poverty, disease '
"A I7M.OOO -Bird. ..."with Mr and Mrs, the advisory work of his proposed due Apr. I, King acid Deferredfor Now If these are the true nation, but we" do have to 11II'1 I and crimet that In turn will make .
1 'mnM UTU .. flortda City to planning committee of civic leaders. .later consideration were ap I facts about Russia, and we be ulate our people to greater our democracy grow and prosper
I h Ds.. 0-5 111 i I I *-loi / alr"t came an ensured" ( To Mayor Livingston's suflesllon plications by Irving J. Lyon for hive they are, we ran understand duction for the benefit of alt. --and no one shall make ui
(M>.U. ,/ rate Osiatst I '. .I.ItI.Walest . when the state CITY TO ASK that the rapidly-growing reappolntment M building In. why" there Is such povertyin America today has enough afraid.

pertment adopted It from Page One) city needs rezoning, veteran specter, Vernon and John Turner i a potentially rich land. Wo can money, or medium ot exchange, I '
4 Item of new Interest. Councilman/ Wm. Musselwhlte for joint service as city attorney, also answer the above questions.She to finance the maximum of pro I was waiting In a Launderette ,,'
...... M r li< emu.a SMIM 1130 budget. ." .r Stran- said that piece-meal rezoning has and Wm. C. Morton for the post I ls not advancing much economically duction.' It la welt: to rememberthe while my clothe were being
,... bond deal with
H MM.Mttmnk* .y... .rCufc .lito.*Mar w"' ... NI !, "A weekly city Harris and Co. of Toledo been under way for the past ten of tax '_11IOI'. I I ; she' Is not strong; she I fact that wealth ii created I weaned when an Inebriated gentlcman -
I S. 111ft.E'ery. night to bring Feb. IS, and the city )'..,.. The council agreed the The council voted to are what could defend herself but could out of dirt-not a cent la loot In evidently headed for the '
for Informal talks ( 1102.72001 to Its credit subject Is worthy of careful can be done about opening the not wage an aggressive war the proce The money gee I cocktail lounge next door, floppedInto
change of Ideas was First National Bank of study. required alley running parallelto I against a modem state. It also 'round and 'round and cumulate the chair neat to mine. If*

Little Bit County Agent Chas ... Mr. Haycock re* Tour lots at the corner of W W. Mowry and 8. W. First maker, clear why Russia has an commerce end Induilry. In the stared for a long moment at the' '
for consideration of The funds are earmarked Mowry at. and N. W Fourth aye its, between 8. Krome avi. andS. iron curtain because wholesomelife end the money rrmalni and whirling, tumbling washing
By A.nU. Maybew nup u-kk District. Chamber of two new generators were rezoned from residential to W. First ave. does not fesr the light of day, everyone "benefits by production.So I through the .machine's windowwith
M "Dana for the Knowles5"M' business to the Approval was given a requestby I The above facts should also let ui build hornet and glary eyed faiclnatlonThen '
(Honoring the Nixon Smllsys) city light plant and for purposes permit his
schools, and blinking and shak
temples churched, eyes
the Woman's Club of homestead I help ui to understand America I
I do not envy the rich heir ment itsttnn on and expanding the erect'on of e 10-foot by 40-foot( I .
highways: and bridges, outomo. Ing his head, he mumbled dlsguttedly
mansion delivered . to system office building. The requirement for cancellation of city her greatness and her power.
But rather thOR other ones ikxier J, D. Redd of I full-time or was made that parking span be taxes on the clubhouse on N. I America became what she ls today Met and furniture.. Let ui Uko as he shuffled out:
who add specify a frame recreation director was I provided for patrons, and the 14th .. City Clerk R. E. W'I not by accident, but because the all of Coda. gifts, which coma I 'Thlsh telcviilun. ..1110 hot"Reader's -

A room, I knave or I lean-to II. feet . to by 0_ Skall, "Mr. BI," council unofficially agreed thai' was asked to advise the club that people who came here from many from the earth and turn them Dlgeit.Fitzpatrick's
shed' and three small Homestead Softball League. this stlpulstion should be a part hereafter such' request should' be lands created a new system of
To the little house they already. three office rooms was taken on the of all new building permits! made before the council when It democratic! government. For the
had. room. : nor on Skill's plea tat Mayor Livingston .reported thai ills si ..n equalisation. board In Jim time man freed himself from Fine Furniture
"A.' C. Deputy )' ball field be rerondl here Is a likely 'chance of work August 'IK" and class and he leaped
It U they who ire hiving tit the:' ed by the "' after having been vied for ng but adequate traffic safety forward with boundless energy. Custom) Built of Mahogany and Other Wood :
I fun tire department as ; and rodeo purIM"" He measures to.make unnecesssry! .POTATO Each man did his Job a little, bet Cabin.1'11 Chair fining Kfflnl hln

I Working and earning and always .1.o. I Itrooker, Jr.. .... ... '' ; out that the time Is short he permanent closing of N. W ter than In his old surrounding (".r Blwayne l>r. Rrdland F.d. Phone MI-J ,
scheduled Second eve "between Fifth and (Continued from Page One The Italian peasant became tbelter
saving 'I Sam McKlnstry, (' II |Jo benlri
ilnth .... To 149 surplus potatoes started farmer; the Russian tailor
To make the mat cherished of I 'The member" of perhaps a month. COUlI tI. eliminate traffic
dreams com true I Mayhew S. Anderson sujRenled, hazards to school children the Monday growers were told and a clothing manufacturer; the
i I closing of the ''he dumping Is expected to run Scandinavian bluckimlth, a cap
t And never once thinking they lOrrhe.lra are ., young players pilch through street had
been into a federal loss of $1,000,000- lain of Industry; the Jewish ped
are ilevlng.Benson at the Legion '' Improve the field as urged bv Homestead school
i wood . ." members used to do In his officials, P T. A organiutloml, 000. diet i merchant prince; and the
r dA,'. and the Homestead Rotary Clubj Government "legislation designed Scotch miner a steel king. All
.1'[ "Ross Relti hal considerable controversy, WoiklnB with Mr. Livingston 'foij i to curb the rising surpluiei this has been accomplished undera

Kectrlc! Services ,Kendall hospital I voted to reject sub- A solution to the problem are threatens, to impose system which" .. Is baited on free.
derwent the second strsightjacket restrictions on dom Justice, and
bids on the purchase of Principal E n Blackburn, Police righteousness;
Radios & Refrigerator I fI'rlnve.e opere lions i police, car and to advertise Chief Wm. F Brantley and Strf't'tCOmmlU..mAn .rctwcn., Arthur told the group. and If we remain true to then
"Mrs Johnny bids The bids on hind Wm. Musnelwhlte. Rolland O. Bell of the Commodity ideals the beat Is yet to cone

.. fh. IISV. the Hunt HonpiUI '..... submitted to the Mr. Livingston said that he Credit Corporation briefed I Our frontiers have not been
I i soil born Feb .13. council which had de- plans soon to recommend mortem growers on the workings of the' I touched. Our states have million.
.. "Mrs. 0 J. 1I. action speed regulations to bring price support prpgrsm. He also of acres of publicly-owned land ,
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PAN'' Nri.l Mi. Kh.ntM.ll. a MlwlMl t ten" at a luncheon Weiss" was appointed up to date the "sntiqunled"! ordUnsnrei distributed I frve-page Instructive :1,: that could feed the world. We
_Irlsr. P. MM' tM..I.*.......:.Wl I meriting. Mrs. Lens chairman to try to work now on the books "Home. bulletin on requirements. for hive sand clay, rock and marble,'
ncvtor Miter Mtar HUMIII
..... N MIM.f a.sus. .H. ..... M'! steed! I. out of knee-pants and selling potatoes under the fed. j I out of which we can make glass!
l).HW ..... .. I m.. >*4 _04 I enl program concrete, bricks and ornaments
Into the clsss
kM. rF .._.. ..*,,10 .....4 ... ........ long-pants nnw.f i .
*.. .... W*. w ebw 1..... .... bleat,' ROOFING ALL THIS
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.., |w> ..... ta tko I0. 1
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c..Ml1 led ,'k" .. M........... """. equipment.Iiwured Haircut or Jo.
... IN red Ns0 ... ......11.. .. ..,1.. and Cndde4'put. . 11
.e _1.10100'.. a Mnlul. pied II.wIr. approved. Shave
N. Pr-0t pI..l I.al.e M I. w j
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d 'll.s..1: rf M.ll'l, .der AMMImt.d .,U.w Ik*''':Itlr'. i j' For contact call Hrooker'a 62 or 813 llslmil.. _. ___ _._ T8. Wood male Improvement, tuch at added Then addition lo the Rvability, ,

MI -th PtrM ... d..e sod ...... Shave _,- MeKkamiwo clossh. cupboards, booleatei, comfort and convenience ef a
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......M.Ia s. .nlwtp .awtOM......- ....Iona. ... I, B. M. MOOREBRANCQRInc. I (Medicated) ..., y'' /III9I'a, brealfeit nook-without a down home are easy to pay foi out of
wow I.wk..s Y/nt Ar.s..s1 a..IA ;,
visas" A.... M I.' rl..tsyl..., ref'IM Facial Park 7SfHasaage and
..... .. payment by ptying; out of income' Gt, all the dstatU
fast Cs..l Isll ,. adf 1 ( ls.n) .._.. lie '
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D. IIM. L K Co.tI;Clwk>: TIt_ _-.... m i r 'New Building Construction imtalmenti. Payment Plea.

_.r*. I,. Mss a. 1"1) Shame (PUU) .. .-.1N I'' Repairs and Additions Under F.II.A. today.

M. Cfcr CAI.p CMM-tito a 'clear.rt.e. j l.rMI bid.r I Ventilated Awning Shutters

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a fit rnwoallr.; i Read Rack P.. RarhCeerele George McHugh Contractor HOMESTEADFLAAltrrnste
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Hudson It the former Mitt Ulllin _.In.l.w and .1lW. .
daughter Mr and : :
1. I Swlllty.Mr Mn. T. Randolph .Jones of IDS .. : T", .. ,. .MIi : "w ,, \ ;, ,.,'. %,WA.1t.'II';" ."f ..
n.. N. W. 20th tt :: ., .., : ". '
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II.Ia.. *. JM. E. Elder who suffered \ ,,' ,. '. ,: ., ,

ed. a broken leg several weeks ego Mr. and Mrt Andrew Shoemaker 1' : "I '
IfeII. and eonvtletced In I hotplUl and of Aruba NetherUnd' .. : j -, H ,, '
"' nursing home w.i ibis to return West Indies, have been visiting .
"' to her own home on Epmore dr. at the home of Mrt. Shoemaker'a \' J"t: : ;
0'.w tut week. She cm now walk uncle and aunt, Mr. and 'Mrt.
With the lid of crutches. On the Ch... Melssner of Redland Ham
on k. I diy of her return home her niece mock. The Time The Anti-Trust Lawyers
I'. Mrt. Dorothy McMahon of Nile,
It 0, arrived for I month's visit Mr. and Mra. Walter Grltwold
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of Woodbury, Conn., are apend- 7
Mrs Alex Trahilr hit arrived log the winter at ther new home "
from Melbourne Australia, to at the, corner of N. E. 11 tit ...
make'an extended visit with her and Third ava Mr Grltwold hat
parent Mr. and Mn Paul J. the Chevrolet agency In Woodbury Killed Their Own Case '
O'Connor at their new home on The Qrliwoldt plan to
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1 f.Epmor dr.Mrs spend moving several here winters permanently here before )I! : ,'

B. A. TlbblU returned : ' r'' :.'
home Feb. 14 after an eight- Roy Wood,t'r.;; of.agriculture V' ' :' '
- month slay In Michigan, Canada at Homestead High School, ; .I For ten years the anti-trust lawyers have been attacking the business methods that . '

and California. Except for a ,I.. hat been ill at his home this 1 J-': '' .' make it possible to give the l public the best quality food at the lowest prices. ,
week visit In California, she week. f
pent most of the time In To. ;*,:-* In our last ad we told you how Federal Judge W. H. Atwell, at Dallas, threw the anti J ,
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ronto wjth a sinter who li |1L The Rev. and Mrs J. P. Mack .1 ,
She war accompanied home by a I, left Wednesday for their Horn trust lawyers and all their inflammatory charges against A&I.right out of his court. .
nephew, Jim Stark of Kent, City, In Knoxville, T'nn, attar a 'I 'I. I .
Mich., who returned to his home short visit at the home 91"'Mr. . .. t'> But the anti-trust lawyers were not satisfied with decisions against! them by three it| :" r I
by plane. Other guests this week Mack's brother-in-law and sister, (
at the TlbblU home were Mn. i Mr. and M.... D. P. Blake, Jr. 0' 1 federal judges. .', ." .
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Tlbblttt brother and lilter-in-l Mr Mack It the fifth In a direct .
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law, Mr. and Mrt. Grant H. line of Presbyterian ministers. : They still wanted to destroy A&P. '. .
Stark of Kent City, Mnv Wini- --..- .
fred Thomai of Shelbyvllle, Mr. and Mrs Joe Shankman of' ,
i Mich., and Mn. Morris L. WiU Memphis have arrived for a sign
1 Ilinuoji of Frecland, Mlrh. Mn. week visit htre. with Mr. Shank they Appealed to New Orleans They Quit in Dallas i a
1 Thorns and Mrt. Williamson man's brother and sitter-in-law,' -
have returned home, but Mr Mr, and Mrs.. Sam Shankman,
\ and Mn. Stark will remain fora Memphis residents who are

lunges! vlilt.Mi Seventh spending it.the Joe season Shankman at 411 N.Is W.a so' they appealed Judge Alwcll'8 decision to the three- On Fcnruary 26th while the judge wan still waiting for

), and Mn. T. E. Ferrcll of Memphis real estate developer judge Circuit Court at New Orleans. his' answer and without any previous notice to him the

'.4I4 {the Tali-field.'blrlh on Cat.Feb., are II of announcing an elahtj. Ronald Tyre_of Naranja .was J One of the three Judge Curtis L. Waller, agreed I with IIIIII-tl'll I t lawyers gave a story to the newspapers In

!j. pound son, David Lee. The Fer- returned home Saturday from Judge Atwell that the case Sh Uld l he dismissed Washington! announcing that they were dropping the

\; relit hive two other loni and a Victoria Hospital where he unt Joseph In Dallas. .
daughter. A former Homestead derwent an appendectomy Feb. The.other two members of the ircuit Court, Judge case! a.

t resident, Ma). Ferrell (U a brother 14. C. Hutcheson Jr. and Jul I flfic Allen Cox, although
y.\ . of tetra S. L. Dlcklnton.Mnuie saying the case should be trifl agreed( that the indictment Tiny' said Mr. and Mn. John. Landrura
I and contained allegations which similar suit in an appropriate jurisdiction at
guests ot Mr. and Mrt. and daughter/ Johns Lee, have was vague many, on
" 1 I M. Collier and Mr. and Mra. Dor- moved from Eureka dr. Into their were inflammatory. ; '' early' dale
don W. Ivey who returned home new home on N. E. 11th it.Mn. .
yesterday were Dr. and Mrs They decided that Judge Atwcl l at Dallas should protect!
I' Allen West of N.ihvllle and cull.t . Frank B. Rue hat been a A&P from those inflammatqr r allegations$ : ana could The "cnrly date" turned out to be the same dart

'lyea dren.'Janet and George; Mr. and patient this week In James order the anti-trust lawyers'Iwith supply the defendants(
r Mrt. Ceo. A. Went and Mrt. Vcra Archer Smith Hospital : I As boon as one anti-truit lawyer killed the case In Dallas '.
bill of
Sammerlln of Daytona Beach, a particulars .
and Mr. and Mn. Leon Durnett Mrs L. R. Jacobs of EvansvilleInd. ,.another anti-trust lawyer filed k new tale In Dan I t
of Pahokee and children, Leon, .. Is expected to arrive"thisweekfsbseFWureas.ana .1 So the case was back in Dallas gain. "" ;:)JYIIIR)J JINnoJs/.Th.U Jipwicftw.rnide' "mos'Lcf.the wmttf *' "" '
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--+" ;:. ct Ba f' I daughtwlMaw,' Mt. '.ndJ Mrs. ""judge A'lwcll,' carrying out In decision of the Circuit allegations t that had been made and dropped fii Dallai;

I Mr. and Mrs. frank Williams Adrian Jacobs of 80 S. W. 'First Court, struck out the inflammatory miller and that are being made against us today.
6f Pittsburgh are occupying their it .
I, lie said that without Inflammatory and prejudicial
new home on Coconut Palm dr. ---
Mr. WUII.mt Is a retired: government Mr. and Mrs. ;John Davlton matter the Grand Jury might never have returned the So now, to the anti-trust lawyers, all four judges who
, employee have moved Into their home on had ruled on the Dallas case were wrong
I -- N. E. 11th ... Just west of the Indictment. j

r Electric Olin Wright of Homestead, owner of and Wright Bud I l Old son It Dixie Connected Highway with Mr.Howe Davl-E. Judge Atwell said to i th"e{ nntijt jus. )lawyers: Despite defeats in three federal court. In widely upa- ....

.Summers, one of hit electricians, Morcdock Co. ',, "There are many flatcmcntt in Indictment( / it-Inch rated parts of the country, they continued their tarn .

Tampa will return where this they weekend have been from attending House guests-of Mrt. Selmi. are not at all In violation, and arc highly prejudicial' puign to destroy A&I. I'
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a General Electric appliance Rcltz are her cousins, Mra.; Arnold ;w' and inflammatory.
school. Johnson ef Chicago and Mri When Judge Atwell heard of their action he ordered the
The anti-trust ohj<'CwdThcy advanced an amazing :
lawyers
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Otto Carbon of Park Ridge ,
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Miss Bertha Kill !Hausman. This It the visitors' first trip to : argument. They said that the removal of their inflammatory nnli-lrust lawyers to prepare an order for his signature 4

home' economics Instructor at Homestead. allegations; (which all four judges had disinibsing the Dallas castCIn
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Homestead High School, will go i I '
to West Palm Beach tomorrow !! Lt. Irene Gladden, USN 1108I agreed did not belong in the indictment) destroyed their signing this order he said to the anti-trust lawyers:
to serve as a Judge, 1 In the county pital. San Diego U a house Kuest a case. i
home, . riembnttrition exhibit I I I (Continued on Page Eight) .. "Tlr/slmllt' prosequl does not have the sanction or p.01'01 .
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Judge Atwell instructed the anti-truxt lawyers to fur /" of this court That i. not ntttttary nor that .
_JViTJmtYtO-i7Ht! /I Ui/llllll"Io\I1U.IIII nlsh the court with a bill of particulars: In .short ho the
.government ask for the cvurt't approval ;j1 j/ 't,
wanted specific charges instead of vague generalities : :

DELUXE 6-CUBIC-fOOr lie set the deadline for furnishing! this material at wit 1 Is,baiter'er a matter that may, be presented to the '; I'

t NEW NORGE January 15th, 1911. olhir court apd ntfy be of Inlirett to the people at
REFRIGERATOR '
! When the and-trust lawyers twice asked' for more time, large.

sickness their staff, Judge Atwell( extended -
pleading among
. .. the time ,to February 25t\bwause! ho liclievcd So after their cfforto'to? diftroy! A&P had failed in Washington

l j that they were honestly trying, in good faith to preparethe D. C., Wilson, North Carolina, and Dallas,

D material he had requested. Texas, the anti-trust lawyers'. moved on to Danville. III ('

Actually, it developed( they were using the time to get They were still determined to destroy this company I

_' .. t '; ready to drop the cane in Dallas and start it in another which had brought more and better food at lower cost .
court. to millions of American families.! ,

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HEAR MM ROHRCR 6-LEADRR-ENTERPRlfiE Friday. Feb. 21, 50PEttRINE
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ON 9"LUWER AMANCHEMSNT

I . . Sissy members and gueet Of CLUBWOMEN GIVE SILVER TEA
Events in South Dade . . South Dade Garden Club bard. TONIGHT TO BENEFIT TOWN LIBRAHV
Mra & B Rohrer of Silver Puss

elr. mpedr on flower arrangement
In the fardest The. ,tMftua airesjr tea benefit. participating In arTnsgUme
I rI Mewday evening I will' are Mn J L. Dooliltle. Mr*.
and for the PeiiUie library -I
)IAn N IE CAO AND VALDO DAIGLE rT-A. WILL BALLOTON ART CLUB MEETING OPENS ONE-WEEK eater. at Redland Fruit SpiroPark. given at a etolock this evening InPerrlne rll Barber, M.... Paul Mo

I, Sl'BAK VOWS IN SACKED HEART CHURCH NEW BY-LAWS I EXHIBIT OK WORKS OF MIAMI ARTISTSThe Mrs. Herman HeInlein, preIti i 1 CoMssMotty Houae by ISM I' ttn Oeo Walker. Mn N. ,
and Mrs. H. E. P
Whitlow
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The. newly-drafted by-laws of dent, who. aported on the. IIIIIC:". Woman's OH* of Ferrlite. Oustspeaker I I I
annual I bl
will be Chan Brookfield The clubs
MM Marten Henrietta Ot CM, The bridegroom who attended ,the Florida City P. T. A. will be llomeeteod Art eon Mrvod by the club Friday to Mr. M L. Moire
Club meetIng I Terry Art IneHtote, and Alec nwsnbera' of the Relariartmotorcade Miami 1 refreaonlalivf. of .- party for
granddaughter of Mrs. Emm school la Waterbury, Conn. la j submitted for membership approval In the Bird Chevrolet building Vltkaueka of Aeeaeieted Artiste teo thookod her coworkers tiWMt AWMen Society salN. Feline was held yeiterdayternoon

JCImbtll of South Miami, became I associated! with) A. Dalgle and at a business meeting to at 169 N. Krome ave. Monday Another featyre of the meetingwill In clever v...... author of "TM)' Called It Trop- In Miami at the LafhV.
bride of Vetdor Dalgle tonI Sons of Welt Cheshire and Claude be held at < o'clock Thursday evening will open the club's one- be a sale of oil, water colon Cake and coffee were servedby ical". house for the Blind. The Rem
the Dalgle of Miami. night In Florida City School. week exhibit of the permanent and figurine" the work of Mr and Mra. F/ed J. Fuch. A musical program will be H. B. Fisher of Perrlne Btotjft 1
Mr. end Mrs. Adtlar Dalglel collection of Terry Art Instituteand club member who are planningtq Mr. and Mr*. E.: J. Norman and directed by Mrs James A. Brown, Church was beet speaker. Male "
South AlUpalUh Garden! end MORGAN\ -BARNES BRIDAL PARTY WILL BE IIf .paintings from the Associated use the money so obtained to I Mr* Walter DWeL club musk chairman Other was provided by the club amg*
Weal Cheshire, Conn, at I o'clock Artist of Miami Local put book on art In the city li. era, Belles of Harmony The PN- "
HONORED AT REHEARSAL DINNER work alto will be shown. arranged by f, 1
Saturday morning In SHred TONIGHT : brary.In 1 I HONORED gram was Mria
Special guesu at the meeting hostess DISTRICT) GRAND INSTRUCTOR M. Findlry, chairman of Die
Heart Catholic/ Church The nv Mr and Mrs.. Jams David and David and Jack Dames, the group Monday I i
which committee
begins at I o'clock will night will be Mrs C. E lit'tIen.bl'r.r 11V NARANJA CHAPTER OF EASTERN STAR club' sunshine
hut L Manning celebrated the Dames will entertain at dinner usher.
be the Woman' Club of Homestead Mr. Harris [)elk, Mr ,
nuptial mass before the candle tonight In Slim and Am,'. Reataursnl The will be
ceremony per end the Woman's Club of MIAMI GARDENER: MEET
1
Howard Perkins, Mr Lucille
lighted altar which was banked after the rehearsal for formed by the Rev John H. the Redlands. Mrs. I Mr* Estell Oldham, grand Other special guests were Mrs. AT REMAND SPUE PARK
Carter, Harold
with whit' gladioli fern and the wedding I of their daughter, Whit, pastor of the First Baptist Speaker at the meeting will Campbell Instructor of District 29 of the Minnie Anderson worthy matron J
Mr A. Mrs. B.
potted palms Freddie Palgle, a Margaret, to Robert Earl MorganIn Church, at f o'clock Sunday at* be John Kllnkenberg Miami and Mrs.Trsynqr Mae Oolltns, : Mrtcalf fitter< of the Eastern Star was of Uttle River Chapter- and EdwOldham. Approximately M members of
cousin of the bridegroom, was first Baptist Church of Home..lead. ternoon In the church.' painter and staff member ofLos the West End Garden Club of
Mrs. Frank Hausman Is hospitality jhonored by Naranja Chapter on floral decora.Iona .
altar boy, -- - Red and white Miami met Wednesday at Rod
a Mrs. Luther L. Chandler, organist Other members of the bridal VISITORS chairman for exhibitweek. Fob/, 16 Mrs. Oldham was given carried out the valentine land Fruit and Spice Park After
played the traditional party are: Miss Jolyne. Mock I SHARE HONORS AT LUNCHEON I special honors and presented with theme. The ,colors were repeatedin a business session In the garden
Mr W B Caves, of
wedding marches aa well M accompaniment maid of honor; Miss Sylvia Barnes BRIDGE GIVEN UY MRS. J. R. BROOKS the club Is exhibiting pmidmt paintings gifts on behalf. of Mrs John R. a refreshment course of coffee center. ', the group enjoyed I pot-
"t for the Junior and Mine Joyce Morgan bridesmaids and cherry pie topped with lurk luncheon and I tour of the
I II thin week In the annual art exhibit Douthlt, worthy matron and the
tbolr. ; James tlrown, best man, ; 'Sharing honors whipped cram park.
at the bridge Angeles.Red of the Miami Woman's Club" chapter
I .
The bride was given In marriage and Joe Nesbltt, Earl Gordon f
luncheon given'Tuesdsy by Mrs. and white floral dC'C'Ol'Itlon. *
by an uncle, Ray KlmbtU.
:Attendants were a brother and a riBscovrrACKti J. R. Brooke were Mrs W T. I were In the valentine motif I' MR. AND MRS. BLAKE OF; SOUTHERNAIR
rive tables
were in play, and
I
sister of'(lie bridegroom| Vivian, Oilman IUK HI'rrrit TONIOTTT Atkins of Lewes*Del.;'Mrs. Gar prices were won by Mr. W E ENTERTAIN AT 1IOME-TOWN PARTYAII.paUI"

: Dalgle and Mi. ) Daigle"The Cub Scout Pack IS will have land Bennett of Cummlng, Gay Rheney, Mn. T Paul Haley and
bride '
white
wore a gab I pot-luck at '.30 this Mrs Ceo M. Frick of Jackson Mr .
supper Walter Well Guest
prize.were
Mr and Mrs. D. P Gardens
DlakJr ,
irdlrte lull and navy accessories.Purple Miss Sallle
eVetifnc villa"ai4 .. ,
In| the education building Mt.M..in.WC'lton of the
prevented to honorees
orchids, farmed her roc of" of Southernalr were hoots Sunday Mae Strickland and G. E. Strick
Homestead Pr.ab'lC'rlanCllu
Me and 'topped the white at a apend-the-day party for land of Concord Mr.. Judmn
prayerbook she carried Her h. OYSTER PARTY GIVEN FRIDAY NIGlI1' I former residents. of Concord Ga,I Strickland of Ashland, N C., and!

maid of rtotiqr wore ''a :lavender IrANITDOtBULl'/ MARKS BY MR AND MRS A. DOUGLASS TOWERMrs. Mr and M... BJske's home town. Mrs. Mildred Nickell of Kansas
I ensemble, matching halo hat BJlnlbANNIVUUR," I Present were Mr and Mr*, E. City.
I and,an orchld'coriag*. Juanlla. Douberiy relebtltedtier M. Irvin Mr. and Mr. B. H. I -
After a wedding breakfast at eleventh birthday annlyer Mr. and Mrs. A. Douglass Fritz Gordon, Mr and Mrs. Irvin, Miss Chloe Irvin Miss I WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
the Trading fort the bridal couple airy, Feb. a* with a party M then Tower ,entertained" ,at an 'oyster Geo. II. Cooper, Mr. and Mr. Rnrhelle Williams and Clarence MOTIF OF DECORATIONSA
left on honeymoon> trip. home of her parents, Mr and I supper Tuesday evening In honorof Luther L. Chandler, Vr. and Mrs Irvin all of Miami: Mr and Mr*. r."'
An alumna of Miami Technical Mr. Everett Dnuberly of 'OJ N.: their house guesta, Mrs. Warren J. A. Smith Mrs E. J Dyal Mrs. S. T. Day of South Miami, Mr, I miniature "cherry" tree complete :
High School,,,the bride was graduated E Fifth ave. Thirty-five I young Gladden of Princess' Anne, W, T. Atkins and Edw. Weiss. and Mr. A. J, Tracy of South with bright red cranberry l 'r
this month from the Schoolof guests t Jointed In outdoor games Md., and Lt. Irene Gladden of "cherries" was the focal point of The early Creek physicians believed that ,

Nursing of Good, Samnrltan Birthday cake, candy and I San Diego, mother and Sister of MRS. HARRY IHSIIOP COMPLIMENTED. I Washington Birthday decorations it was DOC possible for a nan to enjoy perfect .1
Hospital In.Wett Palm Beech punch were served. i Mrs Tower, For the event oys- I Tuesday evening when Mrs. Fred health unless he carefully organized his life
WITH J. rue h., Jr, entertained First
glen were shipped from Chess.peaks SHOWER BY MRS\ ALLEN NEALMrs. I
,
Methodist Jennie Lobdtll Circleat to accomplish this single objective. This .
DR. AND ,MRS. ALLEN WEST; HONORED Bsy.Guests .
her home In Naranja. A hatchet
I .1 included: Dr. and Mrs Harry memos the meticulous ordering of each day.
Bishop
was complimented the tints
At BARBECUE: SUPPER AT BARNES HOME were repeated In the wag placed beneath the tree.
Robert P Crow Mr and Mrs. with a shower Fridayevening bassinet used as a receptacle for I Proper nutrition exercise, and rest were
The theme further carriedout
Edw. Ash, Mr and Mrs T. /was
Kellyof by Mrs. Allen Neal at the .1 ftz. .,'
J I balanced. constitution 1 !
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Physical
n Dr. and Mrs Allen West of "table were placed on the Barnes' Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs T. the Neal home Floral decora In the refreshment course, perfectly
Nsshvllle were honor guests at lawn Paul Haley Mr and Mrs. Bruce lions were In pink and blue, and Bingo was played by the 30'Ut'Stl molded cherry salad, hatchet- age, and even the seasons of the year were considered -I

I a barbecue given Tuesday evenIng -I I Present were more than 40 old ,E. Ncublg. Mr and Mrs. Edw. L. strawberries present.topped Angclfood wlUwhlppC'd take I shaped sandwiches. macaroons Fur a man of affairs, such a regimen is out of the queen
by Mr. and Mn. C. V. Barnes friends and rrUUvea Krone, Mr and Mr. H A and coffeeThe
of Dr
of MS N W. First M. Serving I boyhood resident of Homestead.Comellui. West., I I Aman Jr, Mr, and Mrs Roy HARRY 8. JCNNER. JR, I cream, and punch were served I Rev. J. E. Jenkins con doe When. your work is done, you play and exercise ,

llaynos, Mr. and Mrs. John Dalfe, TO MARK BIRTHDAY In.r';;;; ducted a study of the Methodist. when you can But this little you can do. See your fumilj 4,
Mr. and Mrs Allen Neal' Mr. Mrs Harry S. Jenner will en* ELAINE GIVEN I I Discipline: his advice In
least Follow case
DINNER PARTY MARKS physician at once a year
12th I
ANNIVERSARYOF :
md Mn: John B Tower, Mr and ertaln Saturday In honor of the BIRTHDAY LAWN PARTY Present besides those mentioned -
I MR. AND MRS. EVERETT DOUBERLY' Mrs.. Ovid Sullivan, Mr and Mrs twelfth birthday anniversary of were Mrs. E. B Begun medication la required, we are prepared to serve you. 1 1

i J. R. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Her her IOn, Harry, Jr. More than Naomi Elaine Kufeldt'l fifth] Mrs. B. Wayne Begun Mr*. Geo promptly and economicslly, '
fifty friends and fellow birthday anniversary was Estell Mrs Wayne Plttman Mrs
man Helnleln Mr. and Mrs W. members "
Mr. and Mr
Everett
of N Douberiy Mr. and Mr*. L L.Cannlngton E. Rheney, Mr. and Mrs Walter of the Sacred Heart juvenile by a lawn party at the John Whlchard Mrs. Lloyd Field, AIR CONDITIONED
MS E. Fifth
ave entertained Mr and Mrs. C L. Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Preston B. choir and the Cub Scout Pack her parents, Mr. and Mrs Gulch Mrs, Geo. W Led ford, Miss lIelenMO'f j'
Sunday at dinner party In honor Johnson of Fort Myers, Mr. and have been Invited to the Kufeldt Mill Antoinette Moye and
Bird Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur << wiener
of their twelfth wedding<< Inn I. Mrs Jim Holland and W. 0. De I
Versaty.Guest. taney of Miami. I Mr. and Mrs. It II. Done, Mr. roast and birthday party Small guests were: Sandra and Miss Mary McNeill. Glades Prescription Shop

*, were Mr. and Mrs. C. and Mrs T A. Moore, Mr. and .- Carol Walker, Cord Lynn Donald .
Mrs Archer Smith Jr, Sir and I and Ronald Strub Dianne
B Wee**, Mr. and Mrs. Jack .
Mr
Herman Heinlein of Coconut
HOWARD JOHNSON, Ph. G.
Browning, Prlscllla Rosette and Barefoot
Palm dr., a former presidentof Howard Williams, Jo Ann Baker, 16 N. Xreme Ave; Phase 66
A card party will be held ali the Dade County Council ofParrnt ReliableRadio Anita and Tina
Benson Electric Services Kufeldt. SandraScott 1
o'cleea this' evening" by, the ,lino.man' -Tescher Aaaoclatiooa was and
, , ,, r.t.JC.U,. Susan' andBetty'llordardt ..
Club of UoMVUae'KJotbenefit aapedat. gunlW.dneaday.at the Radios & RefrigeratorsrtuMeUa '.. J Pal 'and Carol .4.
of the building fund. council's Founder Day
program Gossman, Karen and Linda Kirk- Brief
Bridge, canasta and other card held at Riverside Elementary fh 441K wood Nell and Saralynn Bennett.
games will be offered, School l. Repairs Dianne Thompson Janle and

Buster Goff, Judy and Tommy
Jackson Pamela Grlggs, July
Richardson, Shirley and Linda
Chsney, Gale Ann and Bunny : :
Backed by tItiIN
l mr, Rosemary NeUI!, Alma
--- 15 years of experience. Lowe, Louise Baker Julia Engel,
rI Carolyn MeCullough Terry Tut

tie, Dwight Singleton, Butch and
Your RCA Victor Skipper Downs, Tony and John
ny Messenl and Butch and Scottie JSty1e3070 FULL-WIDTH FEATURES
Radio and Television OrimtU.
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I Dealer Adult present were: Mrs Roy iI IN THE DEEP COLD ZONE
Walker Mra. L C Kirkwood,
\ Mrs, J. C. Jackson Mrs, Garland
Chaney, Mrs.. John Dennett, Mrs. The zero sons Huilt-In
Dodd Radio &
stores5 Ib orrroaenrood.ITh.brandnew
Appliance Alec Chaney. Mrs. Fred Borgardt, Freezer S
{)J Mrs. G N. Kelly, Mrs Sam En 1 New i
t7 N. Krerae rhene 4U bever-
QtJcTt.Chillel'billa
gel, Mrs. Ray Downs, Mrs Henry The prettiest feet in GUNK ,
Greer, Mrs T. H. Grlggs and Home ego, desserts aalads-haw
Mrs W. H. Strub. town are steppinginto ffHtefNIICO huge built-in meat compart ftilUlR
ment. See these latest lu'inftaturra '
these intricately now..at our store I IBuflrla h
A
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"WWIBI Infant Shop and Photo Studio of mer fashionable wear now. .sums. In r;; I tt e tee


It S. Kreme: At*.. Homestead Ph.". IU white elk for ..

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Children's Wear to 8 Years --

Only $2.95Burton's l
Shoes Toys Gifts and Accessories t a Se1.godlrtQigldl


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$1.50 cos.W*urge you to compare
'. l ntstl A bread baked i L' this great new Fhilco feature foe .

Rene tte Knits :J f..ture-aablc foot by cubic foot- .
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especially for those ; with any rcfntmratar at Ite printWe'reeure
I you'll "..,.It's America's 30H DOWN; .J

Stripe or picture punts and twU1 on. who like a f irm-textured r1 ; gTwUrt value la a '304 I ;

";(a,tad y to swing; from the wish line any day or the w..k;, Igo tMuie. iWHgerator. '3'" A wur ti 1
*" of brown loaf' with a rich old*
; Top: Chert stripes on body gr y. r .
: '- blue. Middle: Assorted all over itript Bof/am rr
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I fashioned' flavor ,nr
.:* -'. taIlorlnl pole' player' print;blue tan. maise. AU bearing Benson ElectricYour C 1

tilt Partnt'i N& uiae Tested tad Comftundod Uc $1.00 to $1.95 3 r 0.
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Dependable Appliance Dealer I'i

1' Jim Sharp Clothiers Oldest. established electrical contractor In the RedUnd. t '

,. UMt In Princeton since 1 1T.rrincttoa. .

Homesteadl Phone 18'1l.7e''e '' F S.,Krome
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STREET CLOSING AS j I[r ;YMOND TOM IMMfOtfeD Mn Jimmy Dear of Miami and FrkU, Feb 24, J960BPeJ. }
I- IS UNANIMOUSLY I B1THDAY DINNER ehiMren. Donna Lou and tttlf
lYin. Mr ana) Mn Cart Oslo Jr.I I I
aAsso-ED ADVERB KMALL HOME .
1 pest
I I Mrs Rayraend Vaaa (.*. e oa acre
gd ctitUrea. Dorothy sod Carl.
unanknow Mdse-.eat ell ..,/ sssisMr ......, In wasiAr Mr. sod Mrs Jack Barns and ..ita*.e ItsinifiH. Pries MMi.WB Warren Mll'rtaSnWoed (

! Illy N. W. Psesird avp bswssn .! dkt birthday saalearaary. at Mr. and. ...... Barney MrarUt and lie JIM. Inoue BCMQC JORDAN Sec Mate Broker
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Mt nrthDtad MIl IIIb. pts.Y I I Vas Oaaata wart Mr andSeminole daughter Louis and Mary. ]I ii.Marad. Broker Ph. Ttt-J
sow by s show of hansta i

w. I M the ftotnesteed P. T A. .maetfc4 10 acraa sleds .land. at t hits. ,
tit Wetosadty afternoon! la the ........... _...............1 RATING POTATOES, all ender. aartton of oiled. rd. and grave,
lb. and Nothing I
one cent Real l Estate
toy per up. Complete
i pew. ftlfet leas Iba
tf8t fcu .bee* asked la do** the aecttoa ................................................. Wsrehenee HUM a SO Seaboard Sprinkle fVJvprl L K. MEYER REALTY I
ot the through street to ... 1 i iIII TO L/V/UG QUARTERS ,. ( ) 5.1*TICS l. aura..* .led fronting

:h'.v.. N wish. to express our deep 1111 SMth.Eraaat Ava. Had r*, ,..
ugh )IRS. II. G. ROGERS I DO BE FAIR, 0.v appreciation for the beautiful) PHONE ,u., .
floral offerings and the kindnessof IHII'bInllltth. A-l cwxWf-. no IM B. Kraaa Ave. FK UI
Irkng- AT MEETING OF Mad I A RUMPUS ROOM our friends during the recent rust |4H take II, or beat often
Illness and lose ol our beloved .... UI-M. (117-14))

eor.. Mrs, ,H. O. Rogers The dance,Minuet In.hurter SAVES WAR AND TEAR mother Mr., and. Mrs E A. BuchananMr I i Let us show you this. FUR .......................-.. ...
spoke on
the ,of George Washington's Time'at "1 I and Mrs Earl PecetU. Jr. Rock, and Ml mason's sand and NISHEO l-bedroom home, Miscellaneous
soil Delivered Where near school tot only W.***--
the meeting of McDowell Mr and Mrs Stanley Wlttkop want top It E. F Gordon ft Son you US F1IA) financed at only 111 per ........ .... ............. .."
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond E. PacetU
Music Club Saturday afternoonat
N. W. 4lh llomettead. Phone month.
at,
the home of Janice Johnson Mr. and Mn. S. U KendrkkWe
\ m.... (flU) REGISTERED NURSE: will tata
daughter ol Mr. and Mn. How. SEE THIS BEAUTIFULLY .
h private raara hourly, day or
of art L. Johnson. The roll call answers wish to thank our friends FURNISHED I-badroom CBS (j night borne nr hospital Alto 11hpc& *
of t.' were the names ol fap en.perxow and neighbors for their kindness N kl.es of beee In nod rendition. home on large M Mar school M. Walton Ph. M.-..,
< and sympathy extended to us In Enough additional equipment (DIM
terlen b group Joined la singing the state FHA ,.US per month."
our bereavement. for expansion+ to U hlvea; honey
1 hymn of the month, "0, Worship I Mr. and Mrs. James C. Vann tanks, extractor, etc. More than This I-bedroom parity furnished I
oOt- the King"Tallulah. and Family cost of here ran be realised from home located on B
the Webb presented a For Your Convenience We Have Your Every Mr. and Mr*. J. Tom Vann !spring Key honey flow Price acres of scarified land may be Rudy Gotisnun Agent
reading, "An Italian's Version of Fan Recess l Maalatwanoe
and Family. $2M. Ph. 104-J. (12)( ) lust what you want-TOTALPRICE
- George Washington as a Do,", at Ont Aala. UftI4T I
'" Building Need from 'A'to'Z'AAabeaas tS.aoo"ERMSoJbC'dl'Mm
"' and Bobby Brown and Irving W. FUllfHaaa.
Cnlpley played at a cornet duet, Mrs Ma E.Howard wishes to BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available horn Deer srnool (Froarher Red Estate Office)
a German waits. Gladys Ann express regret It the name of at all time Itomeftead Floral TOTAL PRICE .U lS.fIOG> with P1I..e 111-' ar. a4.a
Harris sang "I Low You Truly"to Ir.dsrM H-N.II. any Sacred Heart parishionerswere and Gift Shoppe. 122 N.W. till st, VERY LOW monttfly pay.

piano accompaniment played fr-Bultaers HardwareC O-Oak Fleeting Inadvertently omitted front and Gift! Bhoppe. IU N. W tnd "mentstCOMIUTTELY,
I 'by Janice Johnson and Sandra the lint of those Invited to the RADIO RCPAIR-Qutrk aervlna.

Linler. Daniel Barton Gray -TablnrUl P-Faint remit shower rponaored by Mrs .....i. .. .. .. ......... FURNISHED All work guaranteed. Weesressonahla
played "Air" and "Butterfly"; Howard fur the rectory. For Salc-Rral Estate new CBS I bedroom home In Robert J. Brooks,
MUlwarkB.Rrdv.eed
Dudley Livery, "Dane of theBraves" >-Hows | Q-OaalHr I ......... ... ...... .... ... Florida City. Large living Roberts rd, Iud north of Palm
; Mary Lane MacDonell, E-E_ltUr '1'''.... Siding ....... .................. e room, kitchen, twoporriIN arreene4 Drive, Florida City, ItioM "4W,
r "Red Balloons" Allnda AnnLlndgren For Rent with tiled floor, bath

,l, "Minuet In G"; and -FIr Framing. umber Shelving Pine -.................................. .. i Almost .new Small t-brdroom down tumlshadhoune. payment' TOTAL PRICE 110,800. homestead Ola s Co<.-Class; fog

Jean Fogle, "Swimming Pool". O Cjptiim Predurla rTbresald.IWtardboard wilt move you right In, with low I Acres glade, under cultivation I aU purpose We'do steel snob
The valentine theme was car Lovely Urge room, private bath, monthly payments. Ph. 431J.tl7tt. Just south CI' Hoitifrtead. gluing and glaring ot all types
tied out In the refreshment rou.\ (Maaoalle) V- ',... Board all 101I",1_. Accommodate ( ) 13,500. Ml N. Krome,Phone 17$.

t, 4. Ph. 30 or &51. (rJ4-ml) '
I lalerlor\ finish V-VartihhW I or Will TRADE partly furnished(
GUEST BOOK FOR CHURCHTO l-t>C'CIroom home In Coconut
BE GIFT OF CIRCLE J-JambaKKnotlr" -nae4 RhlntlraX 2-nrnnooM eRg home good to Grove for a place in Home I 11\1.\ )'rtle.* Ileauty Shop
A new guest book will be presented Partially furnished cottage Tenn. "ration big closets' knotty pine stead Or ReOlamla. H. Plaster A.... t"h7" I
r l 'I' First Methodist Church ot I Fine -Xrellrat Maldives rd. at Avocado dr. Adulta only, I kitchen, arrmird porch, Price llrlroe.furtle Cold. Waves

:" Homestead by W. S. C. S. Circle I L -Larnb r ir-Vsrd.lkk, (Free) $eo mo. yearly. Ph. 858-M I M4M. 11000 down, balance $80 a SO Acres cast glade land NOW Rareness I1M I>Khna"lit.Emareaa .
j One, members decided<< at t meet. (pal) month. UNDER CULTIVATION. "PriceIT.IOO. $11

It leg Tuesday night at the home ot II M-MeeUdne Cabinets t-,tippy Service SEE ECIIOE JORDAN I TERMS, Myrtle lUrafallier, Manages. ; '
Mrs. Dexter Smith. I Registered Broker Ph. 78 -J
Announcement was made that Single bedroom N. E. let ave and FOR COMPLETE REAL

f JL\ Mr*. H. L. Brandenburg and Mrs I 12th at, new home, $10 week. ESTATI6ERVICI...
t.H.. H. Bye will teach the new i I Ph. 54-J. t.4)) 2-bedronm home, large rooms, I PAIMTINO and DECORATmQ.
'' study book, "Muslon at the GrassRoots bath, :2 corner lots ash SOxISO, RICHARD FUC1ISRegistered Interior and exterior McUin.
: ," at an all-djy meeting "....................... fruit trees. Corner Naranja) rd ,Broker Phone 748-IV poll( )
I, Tuesday at the home of Mrs. For Sale-Miscellaneous and B uor dr. )6,000, terms. John H. Hale end Faye BaiaerRegistered

; W. English.. The meeting Will I '; ...... 591-M ( Ph'j) Salesmen Expert watch and Jewelry repair
gin at 10 o'clock and a covered 111 N. Federal 1 II.,. ing. All work guaranteed.Nell's,
L dish luncheon will be served at electric excellent Phone IIS P.o. Box MS 11 S. Krome phone 111. Colt-tf)
Hotpolnt range 10 acres on Bauer dr. $250 aaacre. I .
noon.Mrs. condition I1J. Single mattress,, 10 dr. Members or Chamberof
H. R. Pierce acres on Epmore
J Invited
Commerce
ygroup the I tS. Hiker, 308 8. Krome, Ph. $150 an acre. Lot on Redland rd. '
to hold the Mar. II meet We buy, sell and trade gunand
eng at her home, 149 N. W Fifth ByPLOTNER 580j. (no) near Bauer dr. $300. J. M. Bauer, -- -- I platoU of all kinds Nell's II S.
I [ Rt !,'bo. 438-C, Homestead, Fla I Krome. Phone 118. (U-U)

The Washington's' Birthday rtes wit' j QtN6 1 For sale or trade: '31 Dodge (pl2t) "
$ Put/N U. S. I business site plus I ,
1114111WII carried out In the sedan. rebuilt motor, radio, HARDEN-Hauling, landscaping,
"refreshment course, cherry pie 1 INDf OUTVi ytx1R (AQ GANr room home. A ..,.00 steak topsoil, potting soil sand rock
I 2 6A11oN5 good Urea. 50 tsg 1215 or swapor For sale: 40 acres high pins, good !
;topped with > New and pleating I-bedroom till Ph. *43-R. Writs RL :2
whipped cream. FRAUC COSfI'Ya1JS10OJ r Boa
I13 truck. Call 788-R
41
pick-up for avocados limes
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H Napkins ___. mangos or furnished home, no city tax, 14-A Homestead.DaXeoaurd.
embossed
were In cher
> week-ends or after T pm. (pf24)) Call 443-J-l or 48.-R-4. J11U( ) I
"I .ry design, and red "hatchets". [ Fj YbUR GAR 15N(6prnM6 ,000.
were favors. Hostesses were Mrs.
- \ Smith Mrs. David Whltetide and IDAIIO"r 14-ft. Ramsey boat, 2S h. p. John C\Q\ pln. roomy I-bedroom .NNN.N.N.N.NN./ .

..P.(1..nUl1l.' .. 6 7 ion motor, and trailer. Ready ....' .Joe""" ...,...... kome'owdoubtMul. ,"fInl".'..MOt W. Hukln
I to '0. Complete 1400. 170 N. W. For gracious living, this fur 5pweNThg M ale hea...esserIlse
I EPISCOPAL WOMENTO cz4BoR>
MEET IN CHURCh : ix FIND room, muMo room, dining r'CIOm.klk'hen GLASSESIU
The Rev F. J. Lottlch will > I bedrooms I baths, N. E. lit SI. Mlaaol. Fit ,
bold penitential office at the a fcQ YouYOUi owheel utility trailer, 4x* will please you. Amaxlngly priced ......... A"PIIONE Cs 415 ,1
meeting of St. John's Women' bed stake sides, tires, |4,. Ph.Homrstead .t '..,000. I S-IUI
Auxiliary at 110 Friday after- 86 Do11A1 s MiAvI I7I-R. (pf24)) ...............................-,
; noon Mar. I, la the church Mrs. !
10 acres, Income avocadogrove '
Carleton Singleton will speak on ''r 0 M tJlJVRDJ.11IR1) Kerosene stove with oven, porcelain Income new rental rotlsgeand GROVE MOWINQ. Cart Jn: Uch,
s the United Thank Offering. r. N top and front I felt garage, large furnished home Rio 1, Box 4M, Homeitaad (oU

I 1 ,h ti'i NoaF S n 9A4 mattress. 187 N. W. tth st. (pUt) and garage, barn; :I miles from Lelchworlkplace, lunge" hwy J
Phone 02T-X.W. flU
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all fur
7 city, IIT.MO.
J Brooks Inc. l I Remington Rand Model M
WB DO reliable watch
printing calculator Ph. 490-W. For top properties priced right repairing.
I I (pf24)) see Woods Jewelry, McCrory Ar*
cade. ,(sJJU)

,1 Used Cars Good 12 ft plywood skirt and ELEANOR FltOSCHER
trailer, reasonable. J. D. Con We buy old gold. Teeth old rings,
I .-.Y REALTOR watches, etc Nell's IS S. Krome.
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1 1I Oldest Completely nor, 80 N. 14th st Ph. 114-R. "
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))1 Equipped GroveCaretaken Club Coupe In S. Flagler Ave. Ph. ilS-J
I : I dining room chairs 1 armchair A tevtty Whet at gill awaits SEll ALEX LANIER for wad
and S straight bark. Wai yM a* M .aprwtoa .l Soo- drilling. Corner Reams ave,
t It I IF. Sedan nut finish leather ...... Ph. awrchats wUI Scan. labile II rw l n have>ui'"cwt local be'1 and NE. 10th st Phone ui-W.

; I;i 895-W-l. (Pf24) torn .n'...... Sit" snored" 10. 10 ACRES, half farmabl glade l .. .. .. .........-........,....
; Sedan U* el',. are a MW MoUwr.tiave
'. I moored within" ,Uw eliy.r half scarified plnelind Good Wanted

I. : 0. BOX 8HOMESTEAD. I 2-Door Sedan Set inside, wheel and outside norker micrometers set, a Ttwrea jut b-corn luMhlna sweet M .b KUI..,.**..*...,: lor.lion.SEE Total FC1IOE price JORDAN, $3300 terms ........................_...+ ...4

FLA. I, brake PbeMTIEBenson I Ij I nail strippers, .-bul'hf'rL < Obese (KM. CaU yew Colored couple to go borth.,Men
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used I'/j-ton .trucks. 1940 models l to & II electric! stove, Be coke Welewae W*.oa HoilMt wlwHi to drive truck and tractor on
j box, large show case Mrs. D.,X.Bathor :. .._ M betel Mew LEGAL NOTICES farm Living quarters and transportation
class running condition. Goulds, Ph. 258-R furnished. Apply l
j 4I Electric Has (f24tf) Welcome Wagon NOTira or AP-IM-ATION.lIlltb roe Tax Southern Pines Cottages,,,U. S. I,
i 708* MU-N. LO'M" II rife. boll Homestead or write P Of' Box
Ills
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NOTlrl Rises: OlVltW line H.Drahun
HOTPOINT Co. C. M5..4 ...... M ..bow 01 .._" 1011, homestead, Fla. fpf7.4)WANTED
CONCRETE BLOCKS,..n sites, ..... IM to...... TH Cort"..... .
oE.wd SIM dole UM SIM d., .f ------
I II APPLIANCES Bruce's Block Co., Narsnja, Its Mrs. Geraldine Champncy tin. A. a INS. W raw MM drabeb
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Phone 98r Phone B7S. *llle *m1 kMt mwY.
Princeku Ph. 412 I and OLDSMOBILE ,. IS'.' llesoeatead .. 4 tm hwk 15, -... .!. |arFrlgUUIr
hw. NM canimbs. swb..w SMSb FredMeta
.. d.p d'wea.d. M.e1nr. 011.-.. II
> .. u.--: L.5/ Good opportunity for'FNrraround : *
I Hello N in M ft w i SIM Af employment, and hast
Illor I. tools l lA
I Ran Toe IS
frM e. A a**. ri. lei iauS commissions. Apply;
I TheatreTWO George A. CrawshawCity 5,5, 1.1.1.1 is pIM C.m4 MAJOa EtCCTIIO: OttPerrhte
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p.gor ,MM Is.. IwefMlew1 *
.Breezeway SROWS DAILTi T and t P. M. FhMe Na. 171 hLS' ", I. UM IMM .< N. Ur-Ult
_till... I till It Engineer : ..
SATURDAY a** SUNDAY n.1ws sin r..nrlwb. uu W" .
A4mlsto: AdarUi :Night ISo Matinee CUll I a. a*.), 5aCbNresr ..edM u. tat 44 >b bM .abe.
'Two Shows Nightly! 1 and I.M: ..<.. tell .ei tm U twelve. I'". Tat tn l.i...., Hoars! 1 te < P..M. Tends and TkKndaynenratea4 =... ,. ..UM Ink .3.. r-knvr.. *

: Admtatoaji. Malts 4.. \ rzs City IUO I A.r.J":. l4Ui.*.w JM-WT.. A. t.E. 50-lb.
CUldrea Under II Last Times Today: "MY DREAM YOURS"RATVRDAY I....
; Associated with Rader Knappen Tlppetts Engineering Co. H LtAT5x5MAN.
r Cbrk -< c wW c-. ICE: :
I ; SATVRDAT. Feb. t -DMble Fatty Praf raaa Suite HIS DuPont Building lIMo Oon., trade ; BOXES
I ) ROBERT ARMSTRONG In II. 0. irtaasTT. u.f.
GENE GAIL DAViS
AUTRY.
BRADY, ,
SCOTT Miami li, Horlda Telephone M741 Cash die/
f "IN THIS "SONS OF NEW MEXICO" U.. Pt. ..... L .1. If. a 12011 $14.95Overseas

I Plus CATHY, O'IX NNELL." WARNER: BAXTER, LOIS MAXWELL, ROBERT

-BURY ME THE CRIME ARMSTRONG DOCTOR'S In DIARY" Benson Electric Has Bait &


t + SUNDAY] aad StNDAY and MONDAY. Fee. M-tl GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY Philco Appliances Tackle Shop

I DONALD CRISP, I'' PAUL DOUGLAS, LINDA DARNELL, CELESTE HOLM
'" I "CHALLENGE I CHARLES COBURN la rn-.... n. e.1 a. Kraaaa Aye._ U PaeattlilO

1i Plus ANNA NEACLEi: I "EVERYBODY DOES IT" Roofing of AD Types -.- .--..-
"THEY MEET Added "Track .... TrMkle" Cartaeai: Fox Speria Bed I I
.., Paths. Newt BeJar I Water Heaters
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f ; TUESDAY an* TCE8DAT and WEDNESDAY!' Feb. II....... I I II Sheet Metal Work
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JOHNNY SHEFFIELD, I GREGORY PECK AVA GARDNER, MELVYN DOUGLAS In
i, "BOMBA, I "THE GREAT SINNER I Air Conditioning

't: Plus RAYMOND"LEAVE WALBURN.IT : Added: OOOIltl....." Oarteoa. Fan Ventilation

\ THURSDAY sin FRIDAY, Mar. I-! Insulation

a THURSDAY ass I JOAN CRAWFORD. ZACHARY SCOTT SYDNEY : '< .
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PREJNSTRUTFUAMINGO.ROAD" I .
DENNIS"OTCEETE, y a- Free HsWateeA1 7d lollt Amlle5en ceCretuaiiea

AMetdace. Pajaaaaeat Newt.Osalac 4w .......
oj Plus MUSICAL
SONG OF I gaaday a.4 II....,. Mar. .-.: THAT MIDNIGRTmur SM Azalea A.... .IUICaralGaaJe4F. '
: ". with Katkryaj Orarsa-a. I .% ,HIM Phones 270 TIomesteyj,'

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Wtoaar *.aH n tare are Mr.Masai Howe Jpeeti W. week of Mr. S-LEADBR-ENTERPRISE Friday, Feb. 2(, 1961 I
" : GROWERS SET I i onfi Elk1 jastfaV cuter fJWaaiaiMMI WVelata and Mrs t. H. Dyne .< W A... u___

7a IN AND AROUND Mi**.. Mr seat Mrs. V. eMle M. are Mrs ByruaVi faretberaalaw Mr W. P. Parker of Jatfcavilte *(*- PlitdWjr. and two thiMim ofMetier.
TWO' RECORDS A. Seep ef We Pa* Mr. aodMn and slater Mr. and. Oa Mn
.uel of her sen- Saturday and
It bores
Hewer Owens W Aadrews. Mr*. W. R. Otaen. of Oreenvttle, a
Mr. led MM Ktokllghter are mum 01(
IKffiESTEAl* led, Md. Mr east Mrs. C. C. a. C, aaj< their MD, ReOotph, sad. iB-law and daughter ..
'ly CAGE PLAY ...*. W. a:. RheneyMr M. DrlMen. and Mrs findlryto
\ IN Femer. of Oevg s. Mr. and Mr* Mr. and Mr Tans Acne e( Mr stfeee.UOSrtTAL..
.*.., plan to visit to Key West Sp Hc bur(. S. C. The vtaMonspent .... ....
ALLAN urrl' before returning home. Tuesday In Key Weet Callers *. Bow Boyar and children. JAMES, AECIIU: .KTTU
I tt (Continued from Page Five) Tuesday at the Bynun hems Craig and Wendy, left Tued NEWS
By defeating Riverside M-tl In PhlldolpM ............. .......... .
: Tuesday night the H.HA Growers of her twe: - and sister, I Mrs Earl Meyer of Miami, a were Mr: Bynim'a ceusina,, Mr. by plan for their home M .. .H.....
visit
.er
One Is Mr and A. Douglass Tower rimier of Mrs. E. J. Dysl of and Mrs. Ceo. La Boone of Deletur after aa extended Medical potions Lawrence-
art two records. beingundefeated
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.. on their home court Aim visiting at the Tower home Homestead, was returned to her Ala, and Mr. and Mrs.Louis here with Mr. Boyert parents Marvin, Natoll Spiders, Ralph
, "j ra It ..met. The other reconwas j Is Mrs Tewer's mother, Mrs home Monday from Doctors: Abercomble of Andenon Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beyer. Runnel Cecil bprague and
set by Bob Roper who tut- Warren Gladden .( Princess Hospital where she underwent a S, c., former neighbors ot the Dwight Singleton. Homestead; ,
AT
Anne, Md. throat operation. Byruih House guest ot Mr. and *.
f':1'i passed Snuffy DlUngrt record Virgil Brocknell Naranja.) Mrs..
;. \I i ef Itl points !In one season Roper C. B. Week of Homestead are Ada Veal, RtdUnd, Cordon Bryant '
now ha 171 points with two more Mr. and Mr. a M Moore of Sunday guests of Mrs. Charlotte Mr and Mrs. frank Zeller otDe Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rotton otAlabama. Princeton) Mrs. Charlotte
, Poinsettia dr. have as guests Mrs.'Moore's . D. Coff of Redland rd. were Moines, la, were Tuesday Perkins/ Florida CII,. Harold
Tuesdl. Roper bucketed points brother-in-law and illter Mr. and Mrs. Robert' C. Ooff and callers at the home of Mr. and Sickle, Miami; and John Pools 5Lovlngton j
, : lead the Growers. The local Mr. and Mrs Ralph Chris- children,, Robert, Jr., Barbara Mrs E. W. Burton Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnsonof 111 j
lien of Detroit, who plan to be Jean and Pat Aaron, and Mrs Sunday
! I I held a W-n half-time lead. Joe Fort Myert were Surgery patient Hra Juanlta J"'
t: ,: Belchef had II point for the here two months. James Morgan, all of Hlaleah, and House guests of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mn. L. L.Canntngton. Cook islsmoreda. ; Mia Janicer
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li Mn. Gertrude Hanson and Mrs.Marlon
Martin .
Roy
cadet John are Mrs. Martin's Flowers South Miami.Immediate .
I {II I Last week-end the Growers Mr. and M. Hefner and Montgomery of ,tort mother, loin.,A. H. Phllbrook ot I

: traveled to Key West for two three children have moved Into Lauderdil. Detroit, and her sister, Diana Mrs. J. O. Booth and baby eon,
games The )locals ,were 01th.\ the home a) 421) N. W. Tenth itwhich Lynn Phllbrook. The Fhllbrooks Jimmy, have arrived from Atlanta '
short end in both, B6-S2 and they purchased from Miss Hilda Russell of Plantation I expect to spend three week to join Mr. Booth who Is 1 isi i
MI.. Bob Roper In the two Claude Campbell The Hetnenare Key Yacht Club was a recent here. employed here. The Booths are I
games made >? polnti. Jack Pope from South Caroline guest of her cousin, Mrs. Lillian. making their home In the Horne
also played good offensive games Johnson of Homestead Miss Russell Karl HellenthaU Jr. of Jacksonvllle apartments ,

with 14 points. Bill Home beside ....... Mc,. Theresa Bednerskl of was accompanied home by Is making his home herewith
defensive Bayonne, N. J, Is spending six Mrs Johnson and Mn. Charlotte his grandmother Mrs Mrs Joe Beam ot Bit N. W.
his usual good M.
playing bosoms mlllKitth active
ef City, Mlefc whs
II.yln/M. Cole. left lay Servicei
weeks here with her brother-in- D. Coff, who also visited In Tav-
game talllod SO points fIIlftllllr ef, 1M . tvtl.M and s.>,retMtl* Order ef Elks, rscilvt A. Brothers, to attend school In fifth ave. 1s 111 In Dad County
The Grower will travel to .enaratulalUii liens" Grind IulU. Rule' Immttt T. An<*rn at law and sister Mr. and Mrs .7. ernler at the home. of Mrs. Dul. Homestead. Hospital!
Delray Beach Friday night and, ..n....' l last **.* In New Yak. merking.2M tnnlv rary ef f.un<* D. Conner of 60 N W. 14th st vine Joiner and Mrs.: Richard Reasonable Prices
the following Tuesday they will lag elf till OreV.,like.ere. th! Iar/sSl I .. end allot txslutlvsly Am rl> McHargue. Mr. and Mrs. B. Wayne Beglln House guess of Mr. and Mrs..
play their last regular season son tr.yrnlM. Fred James of Toronto, On- of Beaver, Pa. are visiting In O. W Drlggen of Naranja are -
lime at Tech. The Vomutcad Elkf l odg" Is 200 members who have robed tario, Canada Is a house guest of Mrs. John Russell of Plantation Modello with Mr and Mr*. Dan Mr. and Mrs. L, T. Saturday and Quality Workmanship ;
__ ___ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker of 837 Key Is a patient In t Key West .
t,concrete./.mpl,! ptjh*. spirit and distributed approximately Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Casper Mrs. E. K. KickllfihUr of Collins, i
17,000 to charitable enterprises N. W. First ave. Mr. and Mrs. hospitaL Williams.. Ga, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton I f
REDLAND PLAYSSEACREST (If help/ulpesi/ sod ,progrosi.whjck) during the past year Lloyd Witt of Fort Pierce and Jeremy Jordan son of Mr and >

t recently made possible, the inaction "In addition to Its annual contribution daughter, Amelia Hope, are expected Mn Ralph Jordan of E. King's ENGINE Ca ,
OVERHAUL
L $ IN member Into this oldest American the Baker! home. this week. 0) 4;
Crippled Children's hospital, the BRAKE SERVICE ;;
riUrnity," says Exalted Ruler lodge distributed Christmas baskeU ,
Mrs R. E. Timmons has returned Mr. and Mrs. T. Kelly of Baltimore Attention All Growers c '
CLASS C TILTS Claud Campbell? 5 La of Mr.
'tender avaVlheodge to her home In Mont are house guciU
Ito' sponsored a benefit rodeo for
i .
after a visit here with her broth- and Mrs Edw. Ash
will be two>> ,t.r.,old Inune South Florida Children's! HosMUKDEU FRONT END ALIGNMENT{
RedlSnd Diamondbacks will en and slsters-ln-Isw, Mr. and And .
Shippers
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-the: local organlcatlon, has pilaf, .
!
r I phi .Gnu High of Miami' on Mrs. J, Tom Vann and Mr. and House guests of f Mr, and Mrs o t
Wednesday'night In the Clan C Mrs. James C. Venn, and other H. H. Graham of Princeton are .. PAINTINGBOOT f
basketball tournament In. Danla, Mrs, ;Jotln'DeMilly'LandsIllg J t \ relatives Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Corriganof ANc;. FENDER II'
reporto Coach LeRoy Sprankle. I Baltimore. The party spent .
Saturday plight, the Bedland I Snapper In Tourney j (Continued from Page One) Mrs. Alice Reynolds and her Tuesday In Key West as guestsof REPAIR 1 ;

I five will clash with Seacreat; High Mn 'Johri W. DC ,tlilly oRHomestead principal suspect, Earl Leslie son, E. A. Reynolds, have moved Mrs Walter Bell On Wednesday The following growers supply and fertilizer SEAT COVERS 0
t of! Delray Beach on the Redland landoJ Kraal white, was picked up in a from Evanston' 111, and are living Mr. and Mrs Corrigan 'J"
court [ an ,eight'pound Miami bar The Indian aunpccts on Bush rd. Mr. Reynolds 'Is visited In Miami with Jack Bauer, firms will put Into effect immediately the O
.,4 !! nlne-oun'rt snapi r while are James G. Hammonds and Jue In the automobile business In a winter visitor from Baltimore OPiIOLTERNOUNDERCOATING :
; tubing off Pacific Hctr. l irk d'e;;; Smith (Indian Joe), who came Illinois. following opening and. closing hours. f"'

FISHING NEWSBy Florida Keys In the !Iftth annual from Tulsa, Okla. Kraal's automobile Recent guests of Mr and Mn. f o I l'
; fctropollUo Miami Fishing/ it being Inspected by The Rev Frank L. Elvery woe" Miles O Burnham of Krome ave POBCELAINIZING \.'
j TACETTI and DEITZ Tournament. The catchwlll. earn police for signs of dirt from the ill at his home last week were Mr. Burnham's brother-in- o '
Mn. De Mllly an entry award tomato field or other evidence law and sister Former Chief of LUBRICATION ;"
end one of the yearbooks Issued linking 4t to the crime Ham Mr and Mrs. Carper Williamsand Police and Mrs. Robert Nelson I 0GENERAL '.,
I ,\ .t the close of the tournament. I monde la said to have a police Mrs E B. Beglln spent the of Essex, M.... Other recent visitors orEN CLOSE REPAIRS "

I ;! MIAMI BEACH OCEAN I record in North Carolina weekend in Pahokee at the' ( at the Burnham home were Weekdays..............v.,7 A. M. 5 P. M.\ 0
TIDES
( Police believe that the woman home of Mr. and Mrs Willla""", Mr and Mrs H. Wurtz,' Mrs. Elmer A COMPLETE BUMFERTOBUMffcR I

t : \ AMRI'Y.Y' "' ;,,, SEEK ENTRIES I was dragged off E. Mowry rd. son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and I Meyer of Cincinnati, Mr. and Saturdays. ......;......:.7 A. M.\ 12 Noon SERVICE "
All Into the Isolated field some time Mrs. E. J. Graham. The group Mrs. M. Duke of Detroit, and Mr. : C
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I I FeblliasiFeb. : 102: 7:01: 7:04: (Continued from Page One) Saturday night, and slain af'.r made a tour of ''the sugar mills and Mrs. Caydos, motel owners BUDGET PLAN IF DESIRED '
I .' .15. 141Feb. : 1:17: SOIJB : 102B05: Park alto will\ have booths: 'Th.| she put up a terrific fight evidenced at Clewliton, ,of Ypsalaatl, Mich. FAY AS YOU BUYS.LYREL'KER t :
,
.11. IIIFeb. : : ':05 : Homestead community booth will -
I by skin and dirt embed o
.17 141 102: 1004: 100:( be
\ \ :: planned and manned-by the SERVICE
ded beneath her finger nails.
Fob.58. 110: 102 lire 11:04: Woman'l Club of iiortieatead. 'Yes I We do have an
Strangled with such force that o ,1
\ \(1\ Mar 1. 1:411' 605: USD: I. F.E.C. FERTILIZER CO. 1
:
I I Saturday, Mar, 4, will b* Red- the neck wa broken, the body Alteration & Repair Department n
I Mar 2. 6:36 1.53 12:09 12:44: and District Day and Monday bore mute evidence of a brutal ;, t.

Mar-, 2. 7:23Feb. 7:12: 12.53 t:27 Mar, .",.wlll be Garden Club Day, beating Bareheaded and bare . with reasonable t'hareII.; Smell repairs don free with GLADE & GROVE SUPPLY CO.
4. 1:09Fete 1.2tI 1:43: 210: Bird Chevrolet ; \
"Much local Interest II'being foot, the woman wore a red and dry rlesnlng. Plenty ef parking space. (Homestead Branch) Co.
l_ 1:8J :It 1 30 2:UUrw. ;
I hewn In the fair this year and blue sweater but her blue slacks '
I.
All Insure agalaif ,
. tannenU theft, fire, and water
nMsrnA karte.w he number, of exhibits: is ,''ex. had been torn from her body. 107 N. Mousse Awe ,.
....... ,. .. HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
i Put IW. damage while la bet amiailia. '
.. perUd bt'b trtater thisever'ruys : Police report that the Howe |liaM) t' a4. Fla. -.
'
I ,.,..,., 1. := :::: Herman'Hcmleln, ,chalrmsiif Woman had I three-page FBI i rboae M 7 r7

.......a..kl K.r,, LI.ki Bev.n. u.s. .,AM I I liMAM Iftl of f the horticulture departmentMrs. record of arreati. Of 24 Miami TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS KILGORE SEEn'CO.. o
A__ Km..ni..r.. lie, lion, Jlelnleln heads the garden arretti a number were on 22 Years WithChevrolet *j
till
A.w1IWk AM
I i Pn.ek. k';.. C.l mind; AM I:>MAM club and floriculture'department charges: of prostitution. On the
8. E. First Ave. W. Wr REVERT, !\Irr. Phone US WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. t!
1 5..1..d. lion end County Agent Chas. IL Stif.anl lent recorded arrest Au,. 19, she
(LnM. .= Kw Ktf Ut Urn IbM /Sill:iii1l the agriculture! department was booked for investigation asa .
\ OwiulU .H..kMnlMia Ads till Mont( J. Baker of Bauer dr. 1 itulitant suspicious penon
KM( tlMAM .
') j T.wraM' .. till managing' director sUb The Investigation was bundled
J/l I'M' Mil.rmib.. kit.,IE Mill .AM tlMUrnmrliM : .
here Constable
Pete Morgan
by
P |; Kw, FlwM. aw. *i tierIeM4'lid. air.The 24 Hours A
; 1 _. III" '" l'IotI4. MrM fair Is.sponsored by MaW Homestead Police Chief W F. Open Day
.i M. b _..II'w.' Shrine Templo in, conjunction) >> Brantley and Deputy Sheriff
with county offluUils. Ernest' C Slstrunk )
Fishing report for the pa.ti
LUNCHES PACKEDFor
i DOLL NURSERIES
have been scarce Trout Benson Electric Has
1 fishing has been letting butter I In Early-rising Fishermen. IIOTPOINTAPPLIANCES \
Barnes and Long sounds. A few U. S. t at Naranja-East of Wishing Well 1 frrillftten.

I more weeks and trout fishing will Good Sirloin Steaks Chops, Shrimp, Phone 574-X-J

be good in all the sounds. Snapper Buick and Pontiac Golden Fried Chicken Ph. lit 'f

are moving in on the reef i . ;'
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off Garden Cove and Rock Harbor .
so fishing will be good there GLADES RESTAURANT J
any day the weather permits you ,B'"Bird> '
Preston Motor Co.
I to go out Shark River baa been r
producing good catches a* usual t'
171 8, KROME AVE., HOMESTEAD Homestead Neon

Crawfishing been good.Benson. from the bridles has I SignsYour


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