Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 3, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00702
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
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39th Year No. 9 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH, 1950 n. u . Price 6 CenuI


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'j I r McKee and Homestead!1'LOCAL MAN IN "Support Director Crime Urges Hoard"Uoku, 1 SCENIC GUIDE I Teachers To See Get U S.Half at Day Work ORDER BY INTERIOR SECRETARY

"If later than you think School will be dismissed for 1

better wake upl" we the tubt) rl half-day next Friday to permit
TOP PLACE AT of Melbourne L. Martin of MI. 1950 BIGGER ; the teacher to take part in the TRIPLES AREA 1,800,0001.
i ami, a director and co.fOUR", ,
tint Dade Observance pfBuilnetalnduitryCducalion

Publicized by Spread ORCHID SHOW of District Greater Tuesday the Uont Crime Miami night' ,Club to Commission In the for an Redltnd all-out appeal''Of AND BETTER Conducted by about tour 111 Miami will be whole-Day provided '' E. LIMIT NO\Y\ U. S 1 TO JEWFISH ;

I Indorsement of the commission I
sale, retail end manufacturing1 -
"The backing of public _II. I firm tn give the teacher I be-
For having the moat meritorious eaaentlal of A thumb-nail description of TilE WEATHER Everglade National Park was
In Mar. Issue of Life ment Is an requisite I hlnd-lhe-acen glimpse of Amer.
I I It display In the plat annual Internattonil law enforcement," Martin laid. (1.200-arre Homestead Mayfront 1'! lean free. enterprise el opposed to fwmW., eMw_, enM!to.*"e_u e.pp.raeino.uw rt.n.t virtually tripled In size Feb 21
\ orchid show In Miami "The crime communion U a pub- Park now under development, socialism and communism. Part ease MM.1111..1 I I ..... | and beet me the second: largest

Feb, 24 to'27, T. A. Fennel of Orchid lie agent to investigate and to an Improved two-color map 01''! of the nation-wide program of the Feb M IS eo JU2 OSJ n.lIonapark\ In the United
report on the crime altuatlon In National Association of Manu- Feb 14 13 IS 8001 tr
t I I Jungle on Newton ,.s. we* the u i District and picture :I States, reports Park Superintend!
I weekly broadcasts and In the la I lecturers and the United Stttet Feb. 19 Bl H 3001 006
I The glory Of Deep-tet Diver awarded the American Orchid tembly of crime data. The commission of tropic' fruit are new feature Chamber. of Commerce the county Feb. ./. /S3 3001 001 eel Dan Beard, The park was I.
r Art McKee. and the sunken allver r I:SIX SEEK JOBMARSHAL Society' sheet pleter'gil'en for hat achieved a temporaryhalt of the revised issue of Redland I observance ii sponsored by Feb 27__ . ,BO IT 3008 Incrttaed from the original 480801 ,-

treasure he retrieved from a the first time this year A. Fen- of illegal gambling In Great District Scenic Guide now being I tha Womm'i Division of,, the Miami Feb. tl .. .. .71 64 SO.II acre to 1.100,000 acre by art
f ,wrecked: 17th century Spanish I nell exhibit won alas ,the 1100 er Miami but hai been leu susceuful distributed by South Dade Garden Chamber of Commerce Mar. I. _IS0 300 1 order algned by Secretary: of the

galleon off the Florida Keys I.i It OF IN I lint prize for the finer display In the unincorporated Club. The booklet containing Interior Oscar Chapman
i featured In the March I Issue of 1 covering 100 aqua feet, and a treat of the county. Every good Fifield .Is Named ]Head Till Ii not "land ,
!I Fennell entry \took .the prig for citizen It urged to join and to It pages, right more than It had 'Willard M.\ a grab" ex*
Ufa mtgazlne. I I the best Vanda In the ihow. support the commission whichcan laU I year \will be available at plains Beard at t the acquiredland
J To coincide with the n.UonalI I FLORIDA CITYSeeking The Rycnon orchldarlum for only be at strong at lit up- Dade County Fair where tome Of Florida Ag Experiment StationsThe was a part of a proponed

t .publicity, McKee plant to open growing orchid plant at home port. 2,000 were distributed last teaion. park tract !M aside fey the tate

the temporary museum Sundayat won the $50 first prize In the I Calnetvllle Mar 1WIIUMM Thynut, Phi Sigma/ Gamma of Florid and the federal government -
i teducational I exhibit dlvlilon.I Lbsigned Issued< again this year by the In U44, and since administered
McKee' Museum of Sunken for 1 U the Cp'II"S'abl1.rd" \ and Rlade and
and Mr Dahlel club't bcautlficatton and Improvement I rifield years on refuge the
office In the Florida by Mr. aa a by
Treasure now under construction I Ryerton of Richard rd., the committee the booklet tiff of the University of florida Fish and Wildlife Service Commerrlal -
'on Plantation Key. Weather permitting City election on Mar IS will be orchldarlum It being manufactured designates and describes a 60- Agricultural Experiment Station, In 1131 he was the foal editorof and! iporti fishing will
1 the gUit-ln-bottom boat two candidate for mayor two I by district craftsmen The mile scenic route through the became director of the stations on Florida Coleno! Farmer and In be permitted In the park area on

it expected to make It* maiden for clerk, ale for marshal and 12'' Ryersons won alto a second prim i DAY district.: The Jry: :Ii hm .bed I Mar I I. He succeeded Harold l 1028 wee president of tie Agricultural a sustained built, yield under
excursion Sunday to afford dghti for the five teat on the town In the commercial display clivii along the round Mowry, who retired Jan, 31. Club government regulation In order '
i seen views of dher seeking council. Registration of voter i lion for in arrangement of aluminum algna mounted on ttocl- i Hit promotion from assistant" The new director. U well known to prevent the area from being
treasure at tht' wreck. The trip will close Saturday orchids and oodroe post founttutloni.\ I director a petition he hat held throughout Florida, In civic, Scientific gutted
A, will Include alto a visit to little The candidate for the town' Twelve ribbon were brought AT DADE FAIRSaturday The traveler U Introduced to since Jan, I, 1941 hat been ip- I and agricultural circles: HeIt The (|ulsitlon liiiludit several
known treat of fabulous marine top post are the Incumbent, Major home by Ctpt and Mrt. Carl C the Rcdland District at Station proved 1 by the attte board of punt president of notary club townships bordering' on Tamlaml: .'
garden which, McKee lays, ..ur1 Herbert Hunter, and Chat. F. Von Paulten of Fiddler Green on One at Perrlne, and routed downU. control following recommendation at Homestead and Gainesville In Trail I, at well a key, aubmerged:
pass, all other: he ha* teen, Mann Richard Schmunk will : N. Krome rd. for their display of S 1 by way of Gould and by Dr. U Wayne Ittltt, (Continued on Page Four>)> lands, Whitewater Bay, Florida 1
The which oppose Ceo Arbogtit, Incumbent, orchid arrangements, corsages will be Redland DIs- Princeton through the potato and provost for agriculture, and Dr. Bay and Madeira I Bay and ada]
; temporary museum for the the town clerk's Job and lime house tectlon A rent Be.rd.. ...
and Jewelry. Special gold ribbon trlct Day at the fifth annual Dade packing J. Hllllt Miller, university presi country The
wlU pinch-hit until construction
y Cdw. Tudale. Robert V. Perkins. award were received for a colored Fair which opened last westward turn at Princeton uih- dent. U. F Coach Will He\' boundaries tit> the tract follow U.
of County
the 29-foot building by Wm. D. Hillier D. R. Sullivan, Cattleya and SchomburklaUndulatum night on the ground of the Dade en the motorist Into the lime, The new director It I 1810 I.O'a1Ja'Cff'8 ,Mar. 9 8. 110 Jtwfinl Creek. southward
10-foot( permanent museum
z Jack Branch and Jot. W. Hunter ; four blue ribbon for N, W. Seventh (Continued on Page Two) graduate of the University of along the Ultra-coastal waterwayto
the County Armory on.
will have
on display ,
will seek the post of marshal Vanda : Grna Kllanxm, amUliuil coach lung Key. then
Light -
barnacle-encrusted 1 a large Drains Cattleya, a are and 2Rth it\ Miami. Today Florida College of Agrlailturo urntt *
I cannon ancient : Councllmanlc candidates are trl-color, a Dendrobium and On- !and next Tuesday and Wcdncs- and obtained his M.S, degree! In at' Vnlvmltv uf riorlda, willSnake I( Cape Sable and Ixulmanl
gold and silver coin andf
Willard Se\'erl, Arthur Troxell cldlum Paplllo Majui; tour red will be children' days wh.nouna.ter 100,500 BOXES 1992 In 1932 ho became assistant a rehu"n appearance beforu RiverA
f two of the silver Ingot recoveredby day
I Alonzo Lewis, John S. Becker and ribbon, for a necklace of white will be admitted with horticulturist at the Sub-twpkal South Dade Junior Chamber of fire tower will be reeled
McKee'from the sunken gal *
f ] third bullion Harry Cuchiella Incumbent, and Phalaenopali, a floral arrange- out charge and Monday wlU be Station In Homestead, and from Commerce by upeclal roqueit at the end of the old Humble oil
1101'file bar Sam Tomassl, Jules Cherry, TOMATOES SOLD He we plied with to many eager well road lI'V.n'mU...
'e bought by Smithsonian Institution ! (Continued on }Put Two) Garden Club Day, July I, 1931 to Dee SI, 1940 was south of
Frank Ntvllio Tony Guccltrdo I horticulturist acting In charge of quntloni after hit talk Frb. 21 TamJaml\ Trail and another 'on
hat been acclaimed ai the and The Redltnd District I I. colorfully ... the Miami llurrlranet that he
Fritz Schroeder, Frank LAST FIVE DAYS this 'atation.On Long Pint Key In( the Royal Palm
outstanding acquisition of the Harry Dcgler. \WATER SYSTEM \ represented at the fair. Jan. 1, 1941, he 'became ha4 ne time to show Mini pf t .the llammotk urea Beard says. To
year by the Institution'! divisionof Raises for Florida Clty'l entire.\ Grower and grove men have assistant tp he director, Vi 45 W.' Mt'tnJ."lwltt, '|*me,' ) ;4 fg k(glib. sew:' .lht t _j4e, II.lUe&rT
mineralogy and petrology. 1'-' I ..V. their! "b*** for* cliIIIIIL.,4! : Appheimetely.23,7014' bushel month* lattr.wei htmAl aatliUill I R"'IUi.naomsCrlA "ttT'tr j"ilil ,lbndrtiii" nr"''Mr.tll" e
bep- +tlfl''mmme1 . I
wwexhtbiled' et ilmcet ,'u *day'nlghV t ttDEQDATETTOWNCOUNCIL) ; \ cording; to Mont Dakefnt boxeg ol tomatoes fiat.* been Director: Jfc was otfMlUry'leave'" film best for a knowing before 1 we' new jnatallallon' will
meeting of Institution fair.
of the
the regents at From a fee of 810 a meeting the managing director hand od. this season at Florida from Mar,' 8, 1942, to Doc. 31, | the club Mir 8 at I "bung-the-' work together' with the state flit
division' accession of ,
PN prlfe mayor' pay was advanced to |50 Subtropical fruits and vegetables City Slate Farmort' Market for a 1945. 1 bom-lo-dmnrr" meeting In Slim lower at Princeton to afford protection
t 1949.! a month and this. eouncllmen'., to: TOLDFlorida from the "nation' winter gross of 81.393.233 report Marketmaiter -, lit It a member of Delta Tau |end Amy't ncntaurnnt, : /not only to Ihe park but
e Mckee--nnd Homestead, --have '1 III I meeting. The clerk'i salary I markctbatket" are featured In C. S. Phillip. A* compared Delta fraternity of which he was I, At Pie Feb. 23 meeting, the aim to lotil grove and farm
received national and International war raised from 8121 to 8150, and CII,.'. new water .,.- the Homestead community booth to lad year, this aeaton't prealdent In /1029 He was president Jaycees voted Indorsement of the lands.. The guesswork. hat been
I publicity on the treasure the marahil'a from $12S to 8175. tem Ii adequately handling town designed and manned by the Wo yield It greater the quality equal of Alpha Zeta honorary 'I finding of the Hnovrr Committee ; taken out of fire spotting by the
J find. 'The Leader Enterprise The clerk will be required to keep consumer' need without outside man' Club of Homestead. Against but the price "way below agricultural fraternity, In 19J9. and look a eland agnlnit tower men who are equipped
: cored a ilx-week world scoop the town offices open from 9 to aid the town council was assured a glossy green background of For the five-day period par'1 Ifs also holds member hlp In any form of am'inl'ted' medicine. with modern fire finder and
with h It* Aug. 12 ttory'' of Me. 5 o'clock dally except Saturday Tuesday night by Mayor Herbert monster dellclott leave and ing Wednesday night, maps'" Heard say, Af rich slots
Keep find which Will not publicifcd and Sunday Also voted was Hunter Hunter 'made official (Continued on Page Two) I Iwxeit sold for a grofct 'if 8230- I fire he telephone or radl'>* '
nationally until Sept 23 strict adherence to I town ordinance 'I denial of a rumor that help had 761 SO tliRh price w.h $100 and I. Lynch Seeks New Tropic: I Fruit Crops his> report to headI.l1l8rle.II.
when purchase of the ingot was requiring the marshal to been ought from Homestead to I Hurt in Collision low price, $1 I enable asset pln-ptilnUng nf the

revealed by Smlthaonlan. appoint a deputy approved by the meet con Burners' demand, and I I At U.S. 1 and Kings IIw)'. From 200 to 300 bomloil buyers In Experimental Plantings. at U of M\ blaie.
mayor for sUch time a* the mar- aid that the town system had throng the platforms on market Privately owned property at
BUT DISMISSEDArt thai I I. outside the town limit\ tapped Homestead1 line only Painful injuries were suffered day and all 80 Italia arc Snake Bight ha already been :,
Poll will be open from 8 .. m. once during a two-hour emergency -I by Mr. and Mrs I. B. Jeffrey and occupied by buyera packing machinery work of Director: S. J. tropical tgrlrultura.In 'purchased l for potNctilon. May 1 I.
McKee'* highly-publicized to 7 p. m. on election day, Monday when tome main valves Tommy Hodson all of Homestead Government lni>ect<>ri Lynch of the University of Mi.ami's hit address at the February Heard ropor .. There are about
silver Ingot made newt again Mar 13. were being \Installed at the pump- In a collision between the Jeffrey weigh and estimate the pvrcent- experimental, farm on the commencement, President. Bowman six house it lIe Illght. Other
Tuesday when Circuit Judge house. and Hodaon cart Sunday afternoon ego of culls In submitted fruitht'rol'e South Campus It recognlied In F. Asho commented on the individually owned "hold-Out"
Charles A. Carroll denied the to the auction an" article In the Feb. 24 Issue. of 'rapidly developing itudltt In '.
Following a fiery exchange overbid al the Intersection of U. S. l it goes land It expected to be acquired
corporaUon't former vice-presi R.: 0. MATOUSEKTO for purchase of town-owned 1 and Kings Highway block, If bought by I'f'nrt'rnl''' (the Mlntnl' Hurrlcano, tchoolp agriculture and horticulture' and Iin a king-site londomnatjon M I tt
dent Fred Jackson tl ,000 damage r. Mr. lynch, research, professor lidded, 'Shortly those attlvltlei
: IIx- :. end back salary, from Me- Bidder Joe Kellcher demanded from James Archer Smith Hospital fruit IK hand-graflcMi then of applied tropical botany, will be consolidated In a school In March. Until the cult u a-, {
Kee't Museum of Sunken Treasure OPEN OFFICEAS that Bidder Harry Cuchlella where Mrt Jeffrey and Mr. washed, dried waxed and sited and' hit field superintendent'' Roy I of tropical agriculture ]hut will .ually filed, landowner snag ti
Inc., and dismissed Jack- town councilman be suspended Hodson are still patlcnta.\ by muchlncry. Many of the tomatoc I Nclnon, both live on Newton rd., I be of erect! Interest not only to negotiate for government pur
ton't charges that the bullion had LAWYER\ HEREOf by the council on charges of Mr. and Mr*. Ilodnon and baby are "bulked" (planed In Just north of 1forne. .d. South Florida but to the entire chine of ,the land, Beard point
been "surreptitiously Imported malfeasance In office\ Council Irene, came here from Durham the crates without wrapping) I The article follow: tropical world.'
from t foreign country". President Willard Severy advised N. C. and are making their home and some are hand-wrapped by I "bhadowt of thing to rome are Thirty-five hundred carefully out.Jaikaon Price chief counsel!
McKee and the museum cor for the general practiceof : Kelleher that hit charges wouldbe it Homestead Cottage Court Anative pucker. I multiplying peer the tunny acre nurtured young trey have already for[ the park service, and Donald
poration' vice-president, Chat. law will be opened by O, I I considered when presented of Homestead Mr Hod- Most of the crop it shipped out! of U-M't experimental' farm tt been set out in their per- Lee atitstint counsel hive re*
Brookfield Florida representative Ralph Matousek Monday on the formally tb the council by an ion It a ton of the late Mr. and by big semi-truck, but tomc'guci' South campus, 14 mike' south of rnnnent bed eivocadoi, cutvai: turned to Washington\ after a
v, of the National Audubon Society second floor of the Caves building i attorney. Both Cuchlella'i and Mrs, Sherwood Hodson who formerly to northern market by rill. the Main campus Thouiandi ef white and yellow tanotel, ly.chort stay here to work out details of
tl were upheld In their denial 203 N:. Krome ave Kellcher's bids were rejected for lived on N. W, Second ave Farmer are asked by Mr. Phil- young green-growing thing are lime and other citrus the lull with Albert Manlev
JI that McKee had promised Jack- Mr Matousek wit born and the six lots which are located In at 12th it He hat been working bile,. to. remove their field crates foreshadowing an Importnat university species mangos and atpodlllaf.Ry chief of the Coconut Grove land
ton Upwards of $500 I, month reared In Fort Pierce. He was 1 Block 22 and 29 on Royal Palm i In the law office of Vernon W. ii son at emptied to avoid fluttering enterprise of the future: July the total will be close acquisition/ office. .
alary, and had mltrepretented graduated from John B. Stetson' ave. Turner. the market ipace. establishment of t college of to 'five thousand, predict 8. J.
I ,t the ,value of radio contract: boats University and attended\ Harvard I Lynch research professor of applied Annual V.F.W.'I'oppy e
: and diving equipment. graduate school of buslnes Dur J tropical botany who It director
piI j the he served three of the farm. Day Silted SaturdayAnnual
tog war year
I \ $ Permits Here at I supply officer of an aircraft I',Lest We Forget a a By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Plated la FatUrns V. F. W, Poppy Day
First 2 Months of 1950 carrier In the south Pacific, with I "For accuracy In recording research will be held here Saturday by
I the rank of lieutenant. I data the tree are plantedIn Arrant-Smith Pat under the eochairmanship
Building permit amounting. to Returning hit educttlon after 'I Aunt,'. tale of her tint hurrlt bed early and slept toundly earth had cracked ojicn and let Mr Stewart was ahead with the exact geometrical ptitterni Experimental of Mr. and Mrs. '
8227,121 have been Issued by the : the war he eOned the degree of t cane experience was one pf her Never heard the trees falling the water rise I I yonngest child on hit shoulder treee. numliured Individually James C Venn The poppies will
city of Homestead during thefirst I doctor of laws from Northwestern best Mr. Home had need Pet about the place. Suddenly she Thus working her way northward along with some chltkcnt. The: are aligned In group be told on downtown streets by
two months of 1B50, report ,' University In December: of }>48 milk boxes for her until the had was awakened by a splash of the tool met 118rve,'* rat of the ftmlly followed wllh of three eurrounded by border members of the auxiliary,
Building Inspector Irving J. Lyon. and became a practicing attorney enough to wainscot her cabin all water in her face. father riding the mule but holdIng Serious things carried on their of 'buffer trees of the tame The proceed will be divided
In January 4S permit totaled in Chicago Lilt October be took around, and someone give her a She swung her feet over the hit feet straight out In front head They came on, and does tpecie. A block of 10 acre It among the disabled veteran at
8118.000 and In February SO permit and pasted the Florida bar ex- beeswax mixture to calk up the edge of the cot with the Idea of to keep them out of the water her place though flooded was ao allocated l to each ipeclet. At a Pratt General Hospital who made
amounted to 8T8.121. amlnation crackt. She said the effect: was getting up and lighting her lantern He told her It got deeper on toward much more dry than their, decided windbreak for each 10-acre block, he poppies, the post for, local relief -
Residential construction madeup Mr*. Matousek WIt born U) positively stunning but it "made \, but she found herself In the north and that he was to remain with her until an outside border of selected work, and the national V. F.
the major part of the permit : (Continued on Page Two) the wall look bad from thereon water at least a foot deep. That trying to make hit way to townto something else happened (Continued on Page Four) W home. '

npward building paper had given way tee how the boy fared on the Maybe V. M. Orennell will not
Farm Market\ Tomato Auctions on Air She solved the difficulty by under the weight of water leakIng Key bow" me out on this tale but any- Crime Commission! of Greater Miami
In ordering a bolt of cheesecloth and through the hand-hewn Aunty turned back and thought way the story\ went that he .
It TWice Each \Week Over Station WVCG lining the -walls with that. MadeIt shingles that covered the house the would try the "tide road," eventually came upon a Rump 701 Bistaync Rid*.
mosquito proof also She tat a moment thinking It at Avocado: drive was loftily referred high enough to live him I placeto Miami 32, Florida
The effect: then wat really stupendous over and since it wat ttlll dark, to by main road dweller. red hit tulleaae, and that after
t Twlce-woekly broadcast of the Visiting buyer and other tomato but lying on her cot the decided: the only thing to do was The water got deeper lip by thinking It over, he turned about apply for membership in TilE CRIME. COMMISSION
.; tomato auction at Florida City men are tometlme pre was dissatisfied with the bare to hoiat her'rocker on top of the atop and the held her clothe and went back to hit cabin. OF GREATER MIAMI.
State 'Farmer1 Market are made seated on the program. One of peeled pole rafter overhead trunk. She climbed up opened higher and higher at she prodded The water began going down.A .
the most colorfu was David Rive! That the overcame by ordering her umbrella and tat there the along with her rake handle. few days liter Aunty law I n Regular, $10 or more ]carrying T J Associate
by Announcer Jason Nell for of the Puerto RiSo department of some building paper. It wet a rest of the night. Suddenly the came face to face man bending over one of her ,
I'' "'The Voice of Redland program agriculture who U pending I dull blue In color and when It Come morning, coffee teemed !with the lone man who was treat end went to tee what wee f 1 InstituUqnaf, $25 or more !}voting ? or
of Radio Station WVCO Heard year In the State studying produce wu tacked tq the underside of the mOlt Important thing In the homesteading back that way She doing It was Dan Robert He r !i $500 or more J privilege more
, on the- o'clock program on Wed- marketing procedure. the pole the felt she was u world and after that was nude dropped her clothe, unmindful had told( her those treat out of
, '+,} neede1\and Thursday afternoons, A historical Homettead-Red- nifty u if the place !tad been and drunk the tried to open her of the water and patted the time hit first nursery and had pride I enclose the sum of $................u duos for one yeah,
l' the 'a\th-spot broadcast pro- land quit program It expected done by an Interior decorator.' door and finally\ did with a grub of day with him although the enough in them to come down beginning this date. As a member I will endeavorto
yoke b th local and tourist Intend to be introduced, goon on the She had g col. a rocking chair, had not met him before. and set them op again and mulch secure at least member.
Jjth. their combination of Voice of Redlandi program lays a huge Saratoga trunk, a table hoe.Stepping out. the found water He had hit suit case on hit them for her In the proceat he one new
local rotor and market tofonna NeiL Resident will be queried (a milk box with peeled" sapling everywhere like a huge lake. thoulder\ and laid he wet getting bet hit watch and although they. .

t'. Uoau l by telephone oa historical fact pole Up), and n oil Hove about Even her low outdoor pump was out for good while the getting both bunted for It several hour Date....... ....................,1 The inlcrophone\ eatchet the about the community and prixet\ the size of a table lamp Best all, under water. was good. Told her the water got they did not find It. Some day

I roar" of tmato-loaded trucks at will be given for tucceasful an- there wat an adjustable screen Aunty always resourceful, took deeper further back. later Aunty tew glint of something (() ?......'I..V
the awctikn platform and the 'wen to the quettlona. The Voice in the one small window of the her rake handle for a cane and She watched him go off toward bright and went lip 'and |

! 'ataecato clant' of the auctioneer of Redlandi it had et 4 .... m. cabin. started out to explore. Turningto I Homestead then turning again 141 lit was the watch. She walked ,to Business# !! Address....... ..... ....................?............ ...?.......'1"
: at he liiMxkt down the lot0 Monday through Friday and at One day it rained considerably, the north the poked ahead of I I the west uw.tbd ,I Coconut Palm drive torture ;
t; : 'tU; highest bidder., 10.30 .. m. on Saturday, ani tAe wind rose. She went 'M her clap by step, to tee if the )lowly making their :r:1: : bun .Residence................."..............?.?. NUY"wMwwwWUa

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GROVE( MASONIC RecHand( District Churchmen to Hear [HOLIDAY ON ,IfEINGABLESMAIU5 -UAPFR-EVTERPRISE Friday. Mar.; 1950

TEAM CONFERS Pastor Vllrich of Crime Commission: OPENS COLISEIJM Milkdgeville College Choir of I

I I Guest. speaker for the quartar- URetsb is a put praaMMit of >eBUalstorMI II To Be Sponsored( Here By Music\ Club

THIRD DFGREE I ly meeting of Inttrdenoinineiioa) I Miami Asdation.sajntary ,
Fellowship of Men M ISO> Uo*> ed the Florida Council I Oriv and Georgia Military Co aI..
<"h ...*.* MOI* *rvUI> I
\ degree **m fron (rxomit 'Icy v: 7Ibe in First BapttotChurrh I at OMrthe" and trea'urer of theChlMrvei's .......1. ....-. Holiday on "Irrthe 1. CaawlW Ckesr will hfttaari Director to Max Noah of O.J.C.W.
,. the Rev Bdw WUllrirh. flervkc BureauVlftitora llbe '' of muck.
Grave Masonic I oriiir v (till International Ice revue Thuraday evening, BarIfi I department
r Fel. pastor' of BobeftSBB Memorial (ham I i
regalia 9t Chen d( conferred I coming to one of lU ICier the ausplca of the
tin. third decree v\x\ n TurIn S ; I Evangelical and. Reformed Will Speak pate when IU big company "I I i V.ndav: Musk Club The thrta- '
.lima lit a meeting vi Royal Palm i Church of Miami The .fellowship I Sunday 115 iUn darts a Unread ri" of religious anuak Mrs. W. E. Rlce'a Father
For I
Baptists ri
: I'S. program
I>xl(<> In tie Homestead lodge i I. made up of man of the Red Cement. It the Cnrnl (;,,,111.( ,sell, be presented st I o'clock in Dies in St. Petersburg
lull I Und District ITotUnt churches. .speakers flynday at Firat lap CullMUm Mar IS The ai'' 'm' Church of llama
lint BaptM
Approximately one hundred A director of the Crime Com- till Churrh of Homestead will be lion purchased' .the ColiMim, Ian I"ad. J. U SItIoak of at PeUrtburf&
toot. and visiting Memos attandijlthe esYefan of fleeter M4Ise.. *. I tT,J. S. ......... Wstarvlll., May faUowlac the appearance or,i t Now In Ms fine**.* year, the father of Mr. W. S Rte of n4.
.. meeting and .... bam supfirsrrved Me. fed Or. C. K BouaefMd of the thew here and hat spurt choir I.* mad up of student tramGeorgia. land, died unexpectedly Saturday
afterward ... MM .bnquet Aged Mad Badly Hurt Weolwlrfc, M*. who are spending tn&M remodeUtag" the building State College. far WemenTREASURE morning ta SL Petersburg
htILHOSPITAL ? la Homestead. announce and kMtatUnf new teatinf.Mm .
Ota wtnUr I Mr and Mr*. Rice and sons.
When Struck by Auto ', the Her. John H. Wkltt.paVlor. IU last appearance her HUNT SEEN Bill and Dicky and Mrs. Rice'
AtlXIUAtr HtHMajr on let Mil a unit .c tW-1
Andy walks U. of Florida hunting )teem aunt Mrs. Olllte Mil Coins, went
A treasure
HEADS MEET TONIGHT Dr. Pendleton, xacutlv sectrttry South America where It pl 18",01fir i '
City la In critical condition in eitni an are off.,,(', Largo wu to St Petersburg for the services
conventional aeven months In Sao 1'.1"lUo i ,
Thr executive: committee and James Archer Smith Hospital, of the DcptM q 1 ranted Tuesday by the slater Mrs Rice remained for a week'svisit
iidvfaory board of James Archer .ftsr having! been struck FrVayfcy M clot, will .{)* Sunday and Buenos. Aires At"CJlIt t .. see r b( net to Capt P D Trueadell : but the other returned
unit maclaBsd after the atll1"< u Smith Hospital Auxiliary. WBI I a ) avtpeaeMI drive by Mr*. lMH HIQg Of Miami, according to press dto- her. early this week Mr. Rice
her Mar 15, with r'r
of service a J
sect 1 at I o'cJodIlIItt (t the Frank Ubertjr of Florida City Forty year a* open from Tallahassee. .U principal of RedUnd School.
hone ot Mn. W. J. Krome, announce I I I The accident eocured hi front of mMtiontry/ to China will be the same slate costuming and pro'
subject) of Dr. Bousefleld at the diKUen,, It now being readied hi
Victor 8. ...
Caok. president Rudy Dr., store .on Palm a
j I in Florida CRy. evening service. New York for Paris and London 1
and for BruMli where It will

open on Mar, IS.
2 Negro Women Killed George D- Tyson producer and Announcing the Opening Of

Let Ua Do Your As Car Crashes TrainTwo executive director of the slum
I la a resident of Coral Cabin and
, Miami negro women were direct the bookings and international -
killed and a negro man was business of the t'orporil'tlon
critically Injured on the night of from the Coliseum While Keys Electric
Paint and BodyWork Feb. II when their car ran Into Holiday II playing here In Muchbe
the tide of a Florid East Coast will bring hit entire production ICtDOM'S: KINO OF SWING: Bouytnt Bobby Blake let a
freight! train at Could iUff from New York to dls- darling' pace with his tlngy rhythm skating In the allnew"Holidsy
The dead are Beitrlrt Oallowsy cuss and plan the 1(51 edition on Ice of 1B50" starting Mar. 19 at Coral Cable

a and Lula Bethel, and the Injured ot the show which starts Mis annual ColUuem.the nation The )with'outl\rul1ad his jive to routine creating. t sensation throughout Supply
mm te I Paul Coin Jr. who U I In 4S-week schedule Inh..
Dad County Hospital. United State again next Sep
tember. plantings I II the point of InterestIn LOCAL MAN\
the South Dade Garden Club I
TOMORROWContinued The fifth anniversary edition booth (Continued from Page One) 371 S. nailer-Next to Dixie Drug
of the big icestravatani which Exotic merit a CatUeya Qaskelllana and

We have just Installed a paint and ( from Page One) open here Mar 15 la hailed by cultivation planting at RedUnd now Fruit under and an Onckbum, a Florid! 4
critics In all cities
flusters of golden kumquats. I II at a more native
Spice Park will be shown In I
body department in our garage and f displayed a ten foot diver lavish than IU and predecessors sensational The spectacle anew special booth. Sponiored by the South Florida Wholesalers in Electrical
cornucopia from which spill avocados Orchid Society and viewed by '
opened a 10-day engagement In Products of the district' II'OVI.nd ,
arc now equipped for J citrus fruits Red Bliss po- some 14000 persons, the show j
farm land
Atlanta last Friday with 90 percent are In
tattles and other community
pro contained and
60,000 orchids valued Lighting
due. On the club' committee for of the capacity for the entire a giant 30-foot market basket on at $SOO,000: brought from all Supplies
the booth *ra Mrs. E. W, Burton run sold out prior to opening display in the agricultural tent ov.rthe
United States, and from
Complete Auto according to Tyaon. B dland. Oonidi and Petrlne FixturesWe
Mr*. Ovid Sullivan, Mr France, England Brazil, Hawaii
Thos. D. Royal and Mr*. Henry Tickets for the Miami engagement are represented, by commti-\ and Jamaica
Prldgcn. are on sale at the Coliseum nlty booths. Fruit for the official
I A miniature replica of Lincoln and at Turner Sport Shop, 40, Dade County booth wr arranged -
Export: workmanship guaranteed Memorial Hospital at Could will S. E. lit at. Miami. Mail orders by Mrs C V. Barnes and MATOUSEK\ make shipments to the Florida,,
be spotlighted In the booth of are being accepted now for anT Mr. M. A. Brother of Homestead ,
Cure w a trial on your next''paint the Homestead Business and Prorsilonil date from Mar. 15'through. Mar. (Continued from Page One) Keys, including Key West.
I ( Women' Club which I I. 23. 4 More than MO Industrial, agricultural : Homestead She li the former
and body job. I sponsoring the negro project. end educational exhibits Miss Betty Craw daughter ot
made will vie for premium and awards Mr. and Mrs O. LaMonte Craw ;
Bunny Grove Nursery and Herbert were by Herman Marks .
Lanctrum Nursery furnishedthe On the booth committee are Mr. totaling more than $8,000. Sponsored who lived! here for many years \
2MIOUK WRECKER SERVICE subtropical plantings for the t Frank M. Kent president Mn. annually by Mahl Shrine'' while Mr. Craw first with his Electric :
landscaped letting of the miniature Chile Wills and Mr*. I. M. Wechi- Temple, net profits orh..' father and mother, Mr and Mrs Keys Supply ;
building which was constructed are uaed for the Shrlne'i crippled A. C. Craw, and later by hll1\Jtll'l j

Jack's Motor Service : by Ceo. N. Mcllugb of j ler.A wee stream flowing through children's! program I operated the Homestead Enter*. 331 S. Flagler-Homestead, Fla. i ?
Homestead. The Identifying sign a miniature garden of subtropical prim, the Redland District' first
I SCENIC GUIDE newspaper, Mrs. Matousek'i r ri
.au 8. Krone, Homestead Phone 789 father I is now manager of the
(Continued from Page One) Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association i
avocado and citrus grov sacks with headquarters In
Special recognition I I. given Orlando.For BEFORE YOU CHOOSE . i ,

Monkey Jungle Redland District the present Mr. and Mn
rEasp r aft NFwrpEO Lion Den Silver Palm Methodist Matousek are residing with Mr.
1 1t28AMO SUNSET Church and Redland School. and Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger,
t o winch is I listed a* "the second brother-In-Dw and sister of Mrs. p, ,l ii iiI ,
largest rural school in the United
a LaMonte Craw, at their home on I t
Sutw.' AIM pointed out are the jepnesree I'll. J, a a I S
1 nine-hole course of the Redland Tyl n
Mrs Matouaek also attended i ;
District Golf and, Country Club
Stetson University and holds
on N. Krone ava., rountrownl'dlJedJ.nd I a
36 I Fruit and Spice Park degree in /lournallim from North.
western University She has writ.
i ict S I--Ju'I! has under cultivation 39 I
ten advertising copy for the Sear, ci
i t
/Efr / I extue tiults, and Subtropical Rofbuclt mail order catalog In t !I
rxpciimcnt Station on Waldln 1
All STAR ACTS ftf I |1,1r Chicago since her graduation STAYS SILENT- LASTS LONGERlook .
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COMPANY OF / / .Z4J Southward; down Krome a"I., I .
the route run through Home* of On
at 6014'JIIt icJHceraton. uses motor, machinery, .
115 stead headquarter of Everglade . Ctbwalt) laal-Iaaatlo, moving part to make Ice and cold Tb t4.bIrthe famous Serve ,
National Park, and Into Florida Oaa Refrig rator-op rotes with I tiny Jet of gu same Not e S
COMING MAR. 15- Coral CobUi COUStUM City, gateway to the park. Mention I. single. moving part to wear.or mute Bob*. So Barrel alone stay I r
I II made of Bryan
lrlST X1aist6an Edw'rdli KARKOTEUNDERBODT agent, last longer.Com***the MW Cat Refrigerator today
Limited Ea4( mcKt. Eva. S40, Nat. Sun. 2:10 Witn Memorial Park, a project ll

reke. Inc. Tii. $1.85, $2.60, $1.45. Cm. Adm. $U5 1 Florida City Kiwanis Club, .: I I
the USN pumping station which
MAIL OIDUS riLLID PROMPTLY, laths ftsaeud ate,. esesl.p. .
pumps fresh water 130 mile to I
Key West There U, also. In one PROTECTION''II

comer of the map kitiall' map I t I I'i
of Florida' City !
5 a s ...... ee.tali After a atop at Florida City .
't'QURBUILDING. 'fss6Burton's State Firmer' Market, which Stops Underbody
P handle million of dollar worth I
Rust Rattle and Rot I
letup of tomato and other produce i t tI
WE CAN SUPPLY Chats ss.plep each teaaon, the tour branches : 'I 1 \
off Into the East Glades farming : I
at i
Applied under hoc;, fenders,
OUR SERVICE t; section then northward to the
- Allipattah potato land*. Th floor and chassis. Keep new ,
TOO northern terminus of the route I can new and old Mr young
to at Cutler rd. and Coral Reef dr I, Order your Kirkote job
IS VERY I near the new plant of the '
slow .i
Power and Light Co. Florld.j ,
SPRY! I Picture and '

I HeBteelea*.*.Omylcta .Draartmrni Beta given of the Persian lime, mangp : l

....: : :. : recipe,I guava are 1 Included and v7dh1: and useof I Texaco One-Stop 1 1.
.: : .-: tropical fruits In a one-pall'' 1 I :

sketch on winter vegetables the I . Station '
triveler '* told of the 23,900 acre r

For: Your Convenience We Have Your Every beans and othei produce which. R.'H. DON SON J i
have caused the area to be classified
at "the winter market bas N. Kreme An. Haae..tea.
Building Need from 'A to ? iI

a 'etDr.. Francis B. Lincoln cochairman I J

A-JUbestea. Predicts Ma.Mlle.. of the garden club'
beautlftcatlon committee with

BB.n4er* Hardware O->Ok.rUerlBf. .' Herman Heinleln. was In chargeof .
FREE FOOT TEST the revision. Mr Helnlein and Benson! Electric Services '
O-C..b..tI P Patal Mont J. Baker supervised the Radios & Refrigerators 11 t

QQallty ; mip-maklng. E. J, Morrlssey was
Pear MUlwerk'a
D- *
I, 11'1,1 anmgaoasa 't ..... -.Ii... .1 ,.., advertising manager *nd E. V. FrtaeeU. Fh. 441
, E-Interior rirwea4F a-a...... lI.ta wilb firs Rm. N. Isoll. II Wr' .. 1M Burton acted a* treasurer I and
, ear at pIan mi lag ..
auditor. and
_W..u..d.oIl7. Editing proofreading -- - -
'. -Fir Framing Umber .......... Flee wdbh1pri.IReprai.t- tr.atsh.a.hl.ryIaa.M.. .., were. done by Den Archer. J

OGypss.a Produce T-TkrUMa' adv.,P.m Qirage Mead. sod t. au :: Mr. Helnlem as president of the Electric flu
pads. .des be law I. ..-....sbr,.. shah garden club was ex-offlclo a it
II-UaribMrd (Mawalte) CU-r* M Be raV .... .w seller seal Is -he o dg..._ member of the committee t

.u.dsslag. thIn.Ps.. ,.... If,..bra _...--. Philco Appliances ,
1-laUrtor husk -Vamhai. /epee fast ,.. s.n.. kwdq,taak, a,... a.kaa -

J-Jamt* w-w", /Myles a.,d1 am.a M alas.lot'aabiaa M e........ .WANT ADS PAV Friaeel. Fh. 44S
'ml al-a. b.. ....d GAS RerGasOil
x-x...., Fine' x-x..u. i M.ldlaga. Friday .I.k Iaaap.aska mist 11 11cof

!timber T-Tadsuak i IFrte) March\ 10 =. .=.a:. Home-Cooked Food / ,

M-MrdkUe pNwleXlpp M vlm,11ttOM'E I
emel Mug a fusee
10.- '' IOIM AProalrrt Fried Chicken a Specialty
I 0 Hot Biscuits with AH MealsIlomt \

Made\ Pica . I

Mathis Shoe Shop I *rises at"I T. It SaaAty* Florida i

u. !c. Knee Ave.. nemenkad SUM&W AMY'S RESTAURANT Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED 6AS I

ANl T '' TIC COOK naeaaa>ea4 MaaagwrnofK '

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REDLAND TAKES Growers Enter Tournament with Score 1i.IC Flecfrir It 131 su S. Fisgier lyOpew 1 RED CROSS DRIVE 'tE\DER.ESt'FRPJtrRR!: : I TrMw. Mar :5 5N t lair--_ :: : tW I

FISHING NEWS\ ,, :' .Irl' MM Sn M"iMlinni I. Mi-" Mann end B4ivd Cohrr.,."
OPENING TILT ''Of 19 Wins and 6 Losses I for Season It Tae KOI EtI><'lJil' Supply l liauiMneit I GETS GO SIGNAL J"III. 'Ito'ii',. MrI'I 1 S Phillip| i I Aides are beta enlktw I hr;
I By rACCm cad Basra I 'lot |tautness at Ul S i Mn. Augiuta Molests, Mn Jo*.. IMr.I **** tM 1\enl, tl'nirnni,
... '. rtaftor.. eve, ...- ttw UixieDrac .. Citcrkllt: UITIe t IN B TOURNEY By ALLAN JMYT WuTWSy. .at Olwwelt'd.epy.. .Reward.TM .**** aa4 the t..k*. ChaVTV TO RAISE $5,000 r.MB. ...... U Ru Smith Mm I I. fti" llmi, > lU-inalW. (tu rj .
*e HlMKMlMd Miff'iihetaill IIMoI Arthur J flpuHer ferry NIM, lot,*. I harry IKMlcr. man or the i I
Bahr and T.Ih .. en/ . MIAMI MAWI OCCAM owes* j
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ptadM Hi TOMA.M I who hai been to the *lerU4calmtj I The March drive to ralat tMM II.. Jaanaa 0<>>Iti.... Mn han. 't', s l. ifs \ HOKUM L Johntoiiluiii .
........ winning aa.n
Diaawnefrartta .. .
eeeredM BOB Monday ajtfM beTteh d. . bwuneu in Miami tar tar taw American Croat be- NavM, Mta Mary Bi iI '
openie. .laud. ... ...... : I
victory aaataft .1'1 IN Th* Grow hits. tU'"L" eight year. Dirk Willwmaon\ will tin her under th* Maownbar. Mime Catharine I mess !meat
Miami Gnu in the Kudu Made AppraiserFor I
frmip Eiffel one cleared th* baa** In aatateiitheir .
Amermanvela Mra. B Y Jllmnlnll-
Itai lit gird U of
Mar. 1 TH: T-41 : be -.r. tadenhip
a.* B anaetbatl tmwnanMitWedneaday teat Mary asalnct all etaata. Loan Association Uar 1 I. .. 1-41 *:!.I be hi. cafe. of ..... lot, chairman et thv area from I I
in Sovta BrowMtlgymnaalum Homealad, alt forward, Mar 1 I. .ll: IM t- Key Uartrtt. .......,. .... Ooutdt iwuthware) to lataroormtaMrt :.
at Hollywood. Bob Roper netted. M mfcata to Richard W Fuch. Homeatoad '' BELIEVE IT" 'IT'S' TRUE } eLEi
... Mar 1 141: W4: II: lilt: salve ta akeUlcwl CMmUM MM awpneth Pindar has bn" ,
real eau broker ha been ,
appointed '
Jack Qerkler total 411
paced the Diamondbacks run ha aoawm
Mar f MrM Hit: 1st U I I lighting Kaearea. will cater to the appointed l captain of the Ketcampatgn >
Rcdtand DtMrid
U M aaay <,-*} vie- Ins rrMajr night the Geowerltopped appnUer Mar. ltl: 11:41 IH: 1::U Heeds of th* Redtand District and Mr*. Pannln ton i.- I
lory over Geau.Tburd Deh-ay 41... at Betray. Ln for the Aawetation pal Gable, accordinc Savtngaft V) Mar. t. _:_ It:It I. It: th* FlorMa Rejrt in tW partkcu- porta.. ..... Ptoder will be aaaiatd .
jr afternoon the Red- The Grower attack wee led by P1I11.rRIDA lar line Mr SpoIler. Order Harry. Harria of Tiverpier
Mar. 10 It41 lit: 14: My by
.. an announcement Wednesday byOeo.
land quintet waa elated to try .lu Bob Roper and DIll H m Both will b* solicited and IhlptatNdt who will dtrect the canners .1
B. Carter, president Th .
strength afalnst( South Broward.Police had II potnl* The Grower wrnever KITS ai far south a* Key Weal the boat.nee tertian from Taverlar
awwlritment wee mad to Improve c..e Plw4M tw 1. OU15Ti1fIDIN6'LAWYER
th last
threatened until . 1
Many AM Nnaolr. a'' to ItlaMoMda. and
minute when Driray rallied for service and expedite the cow Asa 1 .4i
Radio Station ale point handling of loan application* In rPmsuul ..1..ww.. rU.ww.e air AN 1 1Mawr |table for the bent time of day at Hat the bar P Tevrl T. A.'. who(and will tilt solicit Book I I t $
Seen for Florida Keys This week the Grower will this are here the Coral Gable ay ASt C ll.M I to fiah. l r ,,
I unorlition hat been' active In ..:-.t.-. MASS W. C Baaa and W. L. George theevidential area ,
In the I CUua B .. ..i a'.. .
play Group ... h. Mal
At bwlneu on
Dame Round neetlnf
1 ConatrucUon of a polka radio I making mortgage loan .... aM flatted the creeks In a
: elation on the Key, probably Fueht wa.appointed, Caster = cow- -i atw is. :::: 'and caught It: anapper and twogrunta eimifec day i>f the drive. the I"I
I Marathon, baa been approved by Crop Expert Will Go told, becauv It wag felt that hit =....-- .... Un_.*_ '... .,u using UT* ahrlmp for ball.Dont W....'. Club of homestead organiced -
the Overaaaa Road ad Toll I To Washington Hearing SI yean of realdenc In the area, aid ... .. ,la/ IMre.w I forget to weigh In any Ita worker for the tan
I Bridge Dlttrlct Commlnlon I The coupled with hla knowledge of Sa..a- cow- -IL watt- 1a Ira hen M1l good calr for tIN Miami Mel'ropolitan VIM of the !Homestead residential StRrtDIWg11QbLMtNII rti, '- r I
i inc Ullalkn of the new ataUon la Dr. Ceo. D. Rurhte. vice-di real estate value, ben, would! be .-,.-- .... I'torWII an. lee. I Tournament prize and ret ton. ,
tar the purpose of tmprovlnf\ rector !a charg. of Subtropical l lI of material aartttanc In the .I. Se arm M.a M rtntea Cat nrpthrlt rlUtion David t.abet. explain of the a ss r : t +
communication factlltiet between I Experiment Station, Dr D aWol i processing of mortgage loans.Furls 10 MlletSM i I 'lorida City canvaai. announced U,0UTDMhS1MtTIItTRmRe
highway patrol cart and the Mlami atatkm II the Florida High. other member of tin station j with hh. parents 111. ha been week In Bamo Long and TMark-' I I Dorothy had been pray Young, Mr Anna II Chapman
wfcy Patrol staff are eipeclH to bo called to In the real estate DU lneat here water aound with Little Black I I1IPOta. log fur a baby atater Her mother Mm. Martin R. li\l. Mr PhilipH.E.ARNAUD "
Washington this month when shut his. rele.. from active water Pall a* roe of the hottest while reading the paper, exclaimed
r 11 ,,;[ ; [ ['][" ;[ ; [[ [ 11" ,[ I ;. [ ''I ; 1, Florida expert will teaUfy at duty In the navy at the close of Thli kind of fishing will : "I rat Mr*. Smith has j,
"hearing on the nereaaity of wing World War II. He hold a torn. be getting better from now on a little daughter""How
I HOMESTEAD F.F.A.By ertlcldei and fungicide on minion a* IlI.'ul'll.neomm.ndtor into the summer a* the lesson do you know that" ma-
BUDDY BOOM food cropa. : In the USNR.DRESS I II lust getting itarted mat Dorothy Inquired.It tuio-irmiM ntosmm IN WAMI) .f j
f i iI A remit of the meeting I I. ex. Reef fishing" and stream tiding . aaya ao In the paper, dear I MKM UmUWA WMITt SUVtXT CAM >
P also were good on Ui* few *Readlttome" II .. Knave'AT'lt1AKER CBWNAU !
/ ] "" ''' !:/ '"' ] : parted to be the telling up of a SHOP HAS f7MN'IClifl OIDWOW
standard of reekluc toleranrea, day that, It was possible to go Her mother ,...dDam: to '
Homestead" Chapter Future Dr Ruehle) Mr. and Mr Smith, a daughter J : AND
Farmer of America held a called !CLAIRE TIFFANY out.J. R. Pope and C S Myer Dorothy thought a moment and' JLHIILK:
maetMf last night to dUruu the I finned tilt reef off Iilamoradt then aid: "I Know what I'm going
auuual falter and err banquet. Wont Vies nrrmotni "WAHI,. and had a nice catch of rlglilauapper !I to do I I'm going to atop pray- 'I Watch Clock cr .
Ad LAW IRMA lULL LINES 12 and ( advertlilng txDa rod!PUBUC
Interfiling report on the trip: that weighed up to Inll begin ;
Motto' to ktnkr- jlmi that the e.Aa. Jewelry Repairing >, MW a MIAW IN isw
to the I ... ,
) Mate fair In Tampa was .towjiv t.1 llMM awe .>. ( pounds. five grouper that weighed t
liven by Stanley Pacettl, ttov MM .1l.w.w.. .. Il.n4 Cm* Worn Ftorbrt MIM .1 Half and regular aka. are being , UP to 17 pound and. one yellow 'a the Duabell I on prcmisci.Pearlt .
: Some member of the chapter I 1.ue awn.. Km twNw A...u.I. .._ with ..... offered In the aprlng line of tail "Momlc, what become of an
1 have been rf marketing .. ........ women l apparel at Tropical "
Although the price It tomi1oN.1 'Anll I BOAirtENI. i Drew Shop, owned and operated Flamingo road with the large! to run any more, I! : Made 1 n / i.

able everyone expect I. trek( 1*, IT 14.I.-MM. I. in. *) I I II b)' Mri. Motive I). Close and Mr.I coca running around four pound.woulddo 'Why father, somebody dearie, for will a It lined to : Electric: Clocks!
littl money. A Webb at 235 S. Flagler ave. Anyone going ban tubing your .
Preparation! are being made I II.Original by Irma Hill In half- well 1 to cherk the aulunur car good a* II'W.-r.x. RepairedPratrrnal
I for potatoes to be marketed. Mart I I lire are thown In chambray In J
of the members have potatoei' Iknson Electric Has i I a range of colon accented with r
ready to dig. HOTPOINT whit embroidery. all Kind ;
,. The chapter now hat on exhibit Also featured are Claire' 'Tiffany ,
with apeclal allealUa to
., !) at the Dad County Fair, APPLIANCES I frocks In regular lto 20 Kilgore Seed Co. Masonic. cad Eastern= liar I w
potatoes tomato and other 1'r1.I'h. 44. Inns and. Helen Powell Junior emblrma.I'SE I RALPH MATOUSEKAnnounces
Items of Interest dreuei I
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i//. S. llagler fLAW, S.

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1, f , Has complete stocks of I IIi '
Potatoes A. 1. Potatoes the opening of offices for
Benson Electric: Services
t. Ii Radios & RefrigeratorsrrlaeetoH.

f The General l Practice of Law

i Seminole Growers h Rliothanc t

Vegetable! Benson Electric Has
i s D.D.T. Dust & Sprays Mar. 6th, 1950 2nd Floor, Caws Bldg. "

< J. Philco Appliances) 203 N, Krome Ave lI'

IsotoX 4 *&<eeaiiCMtt, *. .Ii.oo.' ... I rfBaikal, *., fh. 441)) k i ... 11-...L\0,' a '._. .. '" .. ,
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The DUll lRllllllflllIIfIDRf lDJlRlUr o(-.. I* MW oenducttnc atudle. Mere Mrttan TM Immmtt 1 -LEADER-ENTERPRISE[ Friday Mar. 3. 1950
(Dar reat America ft fy Vk hi the eentrol of a new peel that "By sprung the planting In the I|' .
Leader Enterprise U rvctof avocado grove in I guava and whit ampott btoca 'I I the Pre*ly rl.n church
kovh floe*.. It I II a voraetou will be comptoted. Lynch Kalad, flats.
20 Years Ago! ; "Included In there plantings Mr. Fifleld ha beer! a member -
PwMU 1110Pt beetle. named "' ** and by new 10- Stale Hoitkulturals
of the
"Uat" I .l varieties. of mango W ,
: : 'will be
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I" PSC.....kie'....... no ......... .... d e.w of avocado trw* with disastrous tree will be *et out In the of' dtru, fruit and 72 varieties ol I III. the i rlenlifu field, I hl' ..bllIy -
lor 11oo effectIt
... I. are'/ M-ienlifu pattern ,
roar pate' w w twits has 'hen i' cognuw) by tl.III' leca - scat N.. 5. We' ..rMs I II exported that Dr liutih I Border planting of Barbado other tropical
r."ld'II Fellow ol the American
aa..a.d Iatad.d de'le Some laboratory and .r
,.ea. W = 9.L et, 5555. era studies will lead to the MVbvg cherry, cartxaa, aoureop and done it tinfirm by ANWCI. tton for the Advancementof
M 11- awrp a. e.W of many Kundrea. of tree in other tropic fruit will writ now
... students 11-' Science Also he U i meiMber
r.TATBuic ***** MM tilL totanjr and tootogy
the 11'9Utlt oonHttaU South prevtale ample for !
I eupplie pro J hough mtenxmp studies mud of the Soil Science Society ol
-.woJ:: Florida nultl-milbon dollar toduitry tearing and packaging research
remain at Main and Florida
HU research at the farm of U-M food Ucfcnutegy deartmeat leceestrily .
Illlgllll IIllilfililllltllllUlllmlllllll1U another yerN During his active reward
forth for
AlT.rWiM4.JMCJ.HWOK'Wi'reSF1 i COM deeper than InaecUeMe. It ales located at South wmpuaat member
w betart up at South career he was a .
"Incumbent 1. O Redd, A, RUvingeton Invade the home life cycle for rafting U an_1UcallaboratDry American Socety for Horticultural ,
the purpoM of wrecking U at the experimenti with *apodllla mpui
and Joe Burtonare for reaearclt rtudle In plantpbyslolegy | Science. Potato AasQclstwof
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a candMitet for county com- and guava varieties are tolls and i iTil America, and Florida Academe
I. '. I IIMntl.lsnd . "In the farm laboratory nutritional continuing In the farm"* green- f.rUliaen.I: I
p''S.e': rl ha./et.... rotation Julian H. Webster, tudle of nitrogen, houae, [ wilt. l be a laboratory proeeriunal 'of Science.
pho- and Prufeaeor J. J. Orhte
dlitrlct member" of the countyechool research scientists. Ills wrIUnia. Include a bulletin
board, la Making reflec phorou and potash and analyse DM I separate plot for developing '' In Florida
01 however, and will not be .v.ltblo on potato growing ,
__ Mae' MN WNU1N ." ril" of toll variation are. profceaUif his studies of mango and avocadoroot
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I111..1 14. rftls 111"AI.s concurrently under soil analyvt atock for
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Maria L Ilfl.On Ring1, latest proof of Annie May rroJ.eW Generally speaking In thllbaile allocated lo Dr. W.It proPA'.UOI1.I' WILLARD IIFIELI on cold storage/ atudlei! with. J
hew Fltxpitrlckl genius. captivated 1rA.seo II-= 'cltrui frulti and fertilizer experiment
we keep coiiiUnt ,I., consultant In
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Blscajiic( Drive the audience . Mr. FIUpitrkk > pwera r-.1a.e eAMwu aqv I control over all elements polo for his special (Continued from Page One) I' with potatoes on marl toil.
: was gaited by Mr*. J. MW 'nlTixwsf. :;;: tlble,' Director Lynch jxrtnted root dock Here he will develop I 046 he was .prenldent of Oah...- He has written numerous article.
D Tower, Mr. Frank Skill Mr.. its Air out. 'For example, In the avocado 18 different poMlbl root Stocks Ille chapter of nn'e Officer I for wicntifc and popular Journal
By Ante. Mr*w riU.*U-t k R R. Borer. M..., J. H Webster, cs turtle wi control the proportion which may be resistant to tre tl- Uwclation. He is a member of l I *.

(Between Krome and Farm Lit) Mr. 0, J. llacklrr Mrs Lee Jl. r t -' I of cine copper, magnedum 'land ale disease. the blight of.cltrui ; I
Lehman Mr. J. A McNelll and .. / manganese in th. Morays '\ we groves
It tweet bit of road.
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Mr*. J. IX Redd . From the __----.. 'I elect ..11h.. came root stork and Papaya breeding I II a farm
The houae look cozy operetta tau P. T, A. cleared .90 [uniform graftwood. and we keep project under M J. C/ijkm
With fruit tree and vine, to help buy curtain for the the Irrigation uniform. We try to Mutant! profeuor of tropical Redland Plumbing Supply

With firden and poiey, school auditorium LYNCH SEEKS; : Although the farm it dmlnldUrrd I cover all variable botany, who has already developed
"Mr and M.... W A. Thomp. I I by the botany depart "II. added that the bade re> |IS different drains of
,There. 'I I bridge 0'" a dough sal of Haltah, were .week-end" (Continued from Page One) ment, who. 'cha rnun II I Dr earth. now being dune on avo ,this upectwNilar fruit 280 S. Kromc Homestead
And a lone itrctrh of glad guru of Mr. Thompioni "parent seedlings of the urn Maria) .. i''Taylor R Alexander the roolngydcpurtnicnt. cadoy I la, being extended to 10 What promises to be I luxury d
I And a road through the wood *, Mr and Mr. C. A. riaa- :planted j jA I'I under Dr E. Mort Hher frilitt Eventually iluntlngi commercial crop i I. the Qureni- 1
... ton Miller, U cmprrating In carrying for: thl I| Work will be augmentedto land nut a savory prudu of Complete} Line of Plumbing 1
To the house that Jack made. manMr*. W R. Crow was hoitr I the trio of numbered expcrbnental I on entnmol logtctll! l researchat 11 experimental blocks, under Hawaii. which currently! sells fur

. to the Pioneer Guild. ." tree* art atudled for the farm Sponsor and founderof the tupervlilon of Director Lynch about a dollar a pound Director Supplies and Pipe
response to toll condition, fertilizer the farm It Dr Jay F. W. and Field Superintendent Roy Lynch I I. planning/ to denote 101 I
"Mrs. J A. Smith and W E. *,, pent and dlaeaa* control, Pearson U-M vice-president and Nelson UI'e'D theM planting/ but the
Rheney were elected drlrgate, to the seedlings In the windbreak ,overall director of reveircn for "So that this research will be tree will not bear fruit before
the American Legion conventionIn are observed for developing new the univeriltyIllht. of direct benefit to South Florid. four or five years, :- 1
I Weft Palm Heath ." varieties. Out of S49 trees! planted *'* IIrl'ulturalCOllom\ )', thaunh'eraily "More Immediate development
"Mr*. Lute Oliver Mr*, N, In a block only 2611 are officially New rent planting are limited will ix! a ilx'Mcre botanical gar
Murphy and Mm Prlmrone riralfinited a* experimental I t....... "Dr. F Cray Dutch r, ntomoli to fruit rrbp that are commercially dun: conveniently: I located at the I ,J
Prltchard were .Initiated into the, Valuable now or promli tube farm where visitor can observe "
Sec Us Also) for
Pythian Rulers. ," In the future hundred of growing tropical ?

Mr K Butler, noble grand, LawnSprinklers
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Mrs Rebore. Peem oIlh1dA Mr. Fred. Saber and Mm. INS Mr. and Mrs H. H. Graham of _. gouda. weeral days III iRAIKR.ENTRRPRI8R Friday, Mar. S, W505R
City suffered a broken mm and Oolbna upset Sunday in Wl Nacanja spent 811I'.1I' )'. In 1 Dayton Beech' en I'DUte0 their
other Injuries to 1 toil at her Palm. .... Mateo UWW. .Nrif Mla I this. ...* as guests, of hems Ui $Uar. tlelu J1Iet [tat-I .", ." .
In and AroundFLomeslead 'home" ted week. week of Met Oollae wes lit.!eV. lad' '..... JuBaan .Jchard. .eA. L.GMsroon.MNareasI. fatten "You t ay ,.p.'.. bean 1'SW' : wi.dent doubt that
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end Mra' lame AnOreni ** Cap- Mated Bowl"nrn !
her hetereT I don't remember Ito
Mr. and Met T. I. Fllaperald. .. ton O. Recent caller\ at the horn of I I. III In .JMM Arthur. Smith ....
Mr. and Mi*. BM Area and Mr*. Aama U. Carter won Mr. I .......... .' ,
Mitt. Helen Pope agent the%Mk* S. G. Sent 'ic recovering ham and Mrs W A. Krvenmn "I l RCMM$ Electric HM I KlectricRefrireraUrr SerTicaa
end la Key Wt where. th* Eliot Injuries of the left arm and !ten 1'1111'111'\1.\ 8 I tJ. and,. Mr. ,unit, His Mn. Viigil I). l.).ui Kpwil Friday !-nn
0....... water color clMM. from leg sulfered .laM weak In a fall I Carroll Carter of Calms, III. site filriuli In. Key Wot.IIOSFITAL HOTWMNTAPPLIANCES Radios a *

Coral OeMe MIl UM Norton Art .t the city light plant whore. he .... .. ... I
.r -- Gallery\ of Wwt Prim B.aoh.**. I II Myp oyM. I Mr. and Mr*. .John Galk atNU4N JAMrdt ARCYiLa iiTli. 1' taeeIes., .... 6q, rll. Ctl
I In session.' Mr*. Fitzgerald Mrs Mkh Who had bossisjensHiig NlWtMrih
Dan Beard, superintendent of Mr. and Mr*. Leonard Maxaonof ..... ............ ,
I Archer and Mill Pope are mm .the SMMM In NarmM, .................. "
I Everglades National Park, will Canal) Point are announcing. Mr. and Mr*. ReMr. Gaindaa .
10 to Winter Park this weelc ond the birth of a Nn.-pound ton on ben of the O'Hara dance which spent Use week-and' In Deer.In I Ml IM week t* *.Md a weekIn 1
to attend \h. annual meeting of Feb II In the Pahoke hospital.Mr meet In Coral Gable Ne&et& Mat Macao ....... Fort Myen before. returning To Mr. MI Met Macao. A..-
Florida Audubon Society of which *. Motion la the former Mia i -- I to their. hose.I. tall ef Harrlne, a ulhWt' CM
be U a director. Mr. Board will Marti Lola Mathl ot Princeton. Mr. W. D. Oaker we returned and Mr*. Marion Mister Feb BT.
Mr Dave Williams,
and 1'1111
report on the proem of park Monday to her home In Jewfiah. and on, Larry, have returned to I To Mr. and Mm. Jack .8tan.w
who have been visiting at tit*
development and show pittursof after 4 day In James Archer I of Itodland. a sans on FW. ...
Mr. and Mr* R. F. WiUitord their home In Piedmont, tnt, home of Mr and Mr*. R. C. Jack-
the area.Alfred of Chattanooga. are announcing Smith Hospital Mr Ida Roberto after a vkrit at the home of Mr. I To Mr. and Mr*. John llckon 5'
the birth on Feb IS of a daugh. and Mr*. Laura Geiger *tit r* of and Mrs J. H. Kitchen of Naranja. of Naraiga, a ton .n. Mar. S.rtileot !t
Tomerlin of N. W. llthsi ter, Mule Ann. Mr. Williford the late Mr. Colter left Monday Mr. and Mr. *. Ru** ll 1 DUU *
I It under treatment at James I II the former Miss Annie Laurie for their home In Lakeland after of Highland. Ind. house ueW HOMESTEAD/ .li( CLUltBir Medical. -Mr*. Ole Pennbifton.Mr try nil
Archer Smllh Hospital for Injuries Stewart, daughter of Mr* Wm. a visit at the Coker horn of Mr. and Mr*. Kitchen, ar* .*. Roy Woods, MIN Catharine I
,. 'a broken right arm and Otikcr of Homestead who returned spending several day this week LITILU DeNISCO llodne. Homestead; Mrs. Rna' Dav
pelvis, suffered In a tell Feb. 13 Saturday afler'lIlt at the I Mr A. O. Christen left rue*. In Qifaa. Mr. and hi,., Lawrenea it. Ooulda; Unrle. Flndley N*.
from a building on S. W. Second WUUford home day for her home In Morgantown I Kitchen and Mrs. Lottie Marshall mtija. Max Julia Baxter Rock ;
(t -- I W Va, after a visit at the home are expected to arrive soon Ifllc ib 0'1. Mr. Elvira Ilarnp. of these;
.- Mr. and Mrs Ben Prugh of of her on-ln-lw and daughter, from Canada to visit at the I The wvululcai. llnnic, (Iced Nlrholas Slorvr, IsUinnrada; IM-
Dr. and Mrs. A. Kenneth Knukiuna. Wit. vliiUd Home Mr. and Mr. John P. Ntafsey Kitchen home 4-H K'rln' held thru- IVKUUI| meetIng loin Kawlmn, Wm. C..ppa"| .
of Farm Lit rd. Tuesday at the home nf Mm Holland; Fred MrDunald, ftunrtlfl "
Hawke of New Orleans and stead Wednesday and Mr. Prugh, I I
baby son Alfred Kenneth, Jr. t Rotarian attended thl Homestead Mr* Clara BUff of Morgan V. L. Hrrl Sony MrLeod.. a Fla.
left Tuesday after a visit In Rotary Club meeting. Miss Sara Colqultt of B rnesvltle town r*? I It spending the winter new member<< who was transcend' Surgery.-Mra, Dan Beard,
Goulds with [11'. Hawkes' parents, Ga, li a house guest of In Florida City at the home of here from Avon Park, wa made Homestead. clo&u4ftQuciUty
I Mr and Mr*. Edw. R. Hawkes. Mrs O. R. Brown former her cousin, Mr.. A. S. Move, and her brother and aitter-ln-law new treasurer. 0
t Mrs. Hawker and the baby will Homestead resident, is expectednext Misses Helen and Antoinette Mr. and Mrs Harry Defiler Mary Catharine Quinn tfIJOI't-
spend ti month In Corinth, Sties., week from Falalka to visit Moye. On Wednesday, Mr.. Moye, ed on the last county councilmeeting
4. with Mrt Hawkes' parents, Mr. her aon-ln-law and daughter Mil Colqultt and Miss Helen. Recent house guests of Mr. and which she 8011. ,.. Norma FLORENCE
and M1I.Q. S. Spain Dr. Hawke Mr. and Mrs. Olin Wright of 822 Moye visited In Miami with relative Mr* S. J, Lynch wen. Mrs. R Becker and Genet'im a Choiul- P oducfsVleq !
is returning; tQ New Oilcan to N W. Ninth ave. Sunday guest *, Mr. and Mr. W. A. Long: W. WluNtn of Pittsburgh, Mrs. let attended. At the round) nu enroll.for a seven-week course at the Wright home were Mrs. John Trocle of Corry, Pa.. Mrs Ing the said the Homesliiid fend J ills, lies you to
I at Ochncr) clinic Visitor Friday' Wright'. cousins, Mr and Mr. Capl. John r. Callaher, USN Harry Johnaon of Finly I Lake, N. and aerxHid year girts were ", stop for
l at the Edw. R. Hawkers home Mike Maieau of Key West and. and Mr*. Gallahcr are expectedto Y., and R. L. Silver of Grveni- awarded a banner for having the .
wen'Mrs. Hawkes' cousins Mf. daughter Ruth.Weekend arrive Monday. to visit It the burg, P*. best work and attendance worn. / nuf1a
and Mn, J..C. Madden ot Locust home of Mr. and Mr* Adrian Saturday., the club all I. will no Curb Service 12 wwt !
Grove, Cs.., and Panama City i guests of Mr. and Jacob Capt. Gallahcr, who ten Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Radford expect by bus to the county fair where
n*. Mrs. Thai Champney were Mr. served a* naval attach for the to leave Sunday for Alabama they will\ enter exhibits of can- S1.11P.M.hotly
1: I and Mn. Kenneth Paine of West pait two and a halt year In where they will visit relatives In nine clothing, baked goods and
MrV and Mrs J.,D. Redd are,: Springfield, Ma's., and Mr. and Stockholm, Sweden, will be .. Dcmopolls, Union Springs, (taiMr-n product. at, I I
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reported on the road to recovery Mrs Hurry Ring of Vermont. Mr. Cloned in Norfolk Va. Mr*. L. R. echubbce and other polnta.Mr. I II
I after having been III of flu at Paine Is cunncctcd with Eastern; ''Jacob, mother of Mr. Ja ob.. : I I II
their ',home at IS6 N. W. Fifth .\. Karnicr State Exchange I,left yesterday to spend sometime and Mrs.; : I. C. Howell ff HUMUS'... ROIIA SHOP I I
In E. Palalka before returnIng Charlotte, N. C., are visiting hcorewith Ii TYPEWRITER JONES 111 N. Krome Ave, ,
: to her home in Evinivllle their sun-ln-law and duu ktcr M
Dr. and Mrs. B. PcnnIngton leaned .. Florence .
I Ind. ;'I.Y I Tan da your work a. well and .a (
of N. Krome The visItors reasonable a* anyonn. Why spend grhunarher)
Expected to arrive next week accompanied the Penning* your money out *f town Keep II\
I to visit Mr. and Mr. Marion Wilson !. ton home last week from a trfp, home and watch Homestead trow.
are. Mrs. Wm. Burdiul and to Charlotte I
r baby. daughter, Lois Marie and All make of typewriters
i A Mrs. Bertram Burdsal, ill of Sirs Ceo Lemlcy returned bought Mid and repaired. 1 Brooks Inc.I !
t a ni Cincinnati. Sunday to her home In Muik,st f New portable typewriters and. I
I after pending several days a) the addlni machines I II 'Ivuloulw..f i
I Cot. and Mr* Mark Shullcn- home of her brother-lnla\y nd I relit..Icing-topped I itrJ
'berger and daughter Mrs. Sara sister., Mr. and Mrs J. T. To4) Alt croak guaranteed. Estimate .
i Elizabeth Brown have returned erlin to recuperate from surgijry II given free.r. .
to their home In Louisville, Ky., performed at Victoria Hospital! Oldest Completely
after a visit at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Lamley was accompanied by O. Rex .!4
Ralph W. Klngman. a niece, JimmIe' Nell Tomorlln" .Phone 1 tGttr l Equipped Grove
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Edw. I I

Von wouldn'Uak.)your t.rtOi garage and James Robertson of Fulatkl, Tomerlin. I I C are ik er8 .
} arrived last week for visit
Va., a
refute to tell the mechanic whit was 1
wrong. ,
at the home of his uncle and

The mechanic would have every right doubt aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rob. Our Main\ Line I IB Dry Cleaning ,. a e 0P. It

lIoit Yet people frequently refill to. ertson.
four have made.
Itut to *reommixliitearraniemenU .ur ruHtomrni we
.: I tell the physician) of their ailment They are Mrs. Louise Crooks of Chicago! to hare sly laundry left with u. plrked lb nox liIIOMECTEAD '
and delivered hark plant. . MI. that you nrrdmake k i r?
arrived by plane Saturday to up : : FLA.rhexa
cartons to bit *o "unbisied opinion. only one atop ( rleanlni and laundry. .
spend the rest of the season at 1111UI' : ?I.R
Yo eta sacs time and expense by being frank with the home of Mr. and Mrs, H J. AU. larmenla. Insured [ UiefL fire, and ,water. : . t lof
u.-.four physician. To<)o a competent job of diagnosis h.. Armstrong of Plummer dr.- damage "hlle In our paerrlbn I

need the history of your symptorni. Th human body it Expected to arrive here Mar.

fat more complex: than an automobile. For the ben result 13 to visit at the home of Mr TRADE WINDS\ DRY CLEANERS I '
Mr. ,'
and Mr* Edw. L. Krone are }
give him all the fact.. and Mrs .H.j ,
'and Mrs. R. W. Hcblg
I'bolle 161 _
S. E. Pint Ave \V. W. ShM.KV.: Mir.
ill we need i I. the physician'. prescription. We *r, Henry Cutler of Chicago. L. .1 I ,
competent to compound it exactly I* h* specifies. Mini Ruby Abbott has left by ., I geodnesil ,

AIR CONDITIONED plane for her homo In RJdgefleld Immediate Service s4e t
N. J. after a brief visit hero with ;

I Glades Prescription ShopHOWARD Mr.Roberts and rd.Mrs. Don Fcrrcyra of Open 24 Hours A Day Reasonable, Prices I I

Mr. and Mrs. Roy lIuddll! ton I I t
have returned to their home In UJNCHftS; 1'ACKKI
.JOUNSON. Th. G. Quality Workmanship
Tcxhoma Okla., after pending(
.II N, Krome Ave Phone Cl some time: In Homestead end For arl.rl.lnlt; ; llslicrmt'ii.looU !< I

Cuba ( ) Sirloin Steaks, Chops, Shrimp, on
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Golden Fried Chicken ENGINE: OVERHAUL rtender


Homestead Neon Signs o

t70 M. KltOMU .\\ t.. 11OSlI.s2LADI : FRONT o 'n lolly..

I fAINTINQo south Ilorlda'g favorite I IHOrMMOWN



' Erected and( Maintained Locally plt l sne ITIIOLSTEIllNa. ''0 o '



Estimates made without obligation. Designs OGENERAL /

sketched for your apliroyal before work is '0.REPAIRS t Y i a i;.
\ Sultana 1laM !Meal TI'NA\ A rOMI'I.KTK: nUMFER.To.*
;started. 0 ( '
f J JIom.thlnp
Nl'TI.EV 01X0 nl'neon rr.M' it PEMUEO:
It Ib, bag |U. ; I II). carton pUIn lye! rAY All YOU DRIVE.. ,

'When you have your sign erected by us and LAYING MAKII.ti I Ito anon, rotund boo 0WRECKER SERVICI w,,, "

II). bag it.|, WHITE HOUSE MILK e pow In elark .

serviced by us, you sidestep the grief of trying GROWING MASH I tall ean . .13e broad, y .'

of Miami.\ 15 II). bc __.... '1.17 Ann :rte SALAD DREHHINO I
t to get service out busy metropolitan Pint tie Bird Chevrolet Co. .r r rba 1cll \

DAILY KinnLEI IM>0nisri'ir Quart Jr file .. ., '
: 117 N. Krome Are
; Tray n nlo.- fORNFI)
We also are expert in indirect lighting and. S Ib. box '. UCI UC:'.F. H M. rtm . I3o: tiom 4 *4Fi: ...
'1 rl1eel H

! I" regular commercial signs, including window, A&P Food Store 22 Years o With ,

I wall and truck lettering. ;' .' < : .. Chevrolet
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.. . .' ) .: : .375 South Krome Ave.: Homestead( M -
I I 'I. I teren.nady

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quick Lrylnp,

Homestead Signs

Bedland lead t between Avocado nd.BlKyo: Drive

Benson Electric Has .
E. L. Lcfcbvrc Roy L. Smith, Pianoforte and TheoryViolin fAu l
Phiko Appliances!
205' North Krome Ave. Phone 303 JCjIophoo Mano-Aecerdlon

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" I Picture of the Umlui-tSordoM BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN I ; FOR MARGIE PYE
I Social Events in South Dade I
J,/will- .be safari abown Into Thursday Berth night Africa WHO WILL WED JAMES McCOY SATURDAY

bar Or. / A. Sins. .. far the R.4* Mc C ead
enieeuee brwei mower Blair. mle r [.un oy
lead P. T. A. The genie to invited A .
BARNES AND ROBERT MORGAN and of' broad streamers of to eee the ftlan and U hear for Mia Margie. Pye wit given I Milt Semis Taylor
MARGAUBT IJAITIST MARRIAGE CEREMONY UNITES Sunday eveajlng fcy MnC.. W. Oin were sent by Mrs FrankN

I t WED SUNDAY IN FIRST IJAITIST CHURCH I from satin the ribbon ceiling! were above the ,'I WALTER PIERCE AND SHIRLEY PIERCE Or htntat Smith. NlpecIitjCIa.Ml of the big fame Welt Dawklna Mowry at the at.Pye Mill"hems Pye at will eel Mn. Irwin Wayne Mra.Lawrence Benefit: B, Mrs Francis O.,

At a abort buainaM teuton, a
table. Illumination we
Sullivan, Mrs des Lee, Mn.
ot ModeUo onSaturday. H.
Mitt Merfaret Uabclle: Barnes, pearl, a lift of the bridegroom. by while leper In Over Mrs Shirley Were, daughter were Mr. and Mr*. Waldrop. MmbMtini] oamratttee, *81 be wed James. MoCoy Paul Vann. Mn E' C Futch.Mn .
daughter of Mr and Mr*. Jam** Her gown was fashioned with a delabre. After the eake of Outward A. Burklaod of Du- The bride wore a ray tabareVne . named for th* annual election In Ruby Lmdsley, Mn Grady
David gamea, become the bride Hiders neckline" enort puffed by the bridal couple' It hith Minn. became the bride of NIt, lavender eabeer...t. ApriL Refreahmoite will be The door pee wa won byMrs Pope, M.... Edison Rote Mrs
or Robert Earl Morgan ton of sleeves, a pointed bodice aad e served by Mr. C. J, D/al Walter R. Pieree of Homeateed and a purple orchid ......... .ller served. fay Blair and oanteetprbe Etvi Hoillday.Mrs Wm. Cattle,
)lr and Mr.*. Pet Morgan, al, I long bouffant tklrt Her elbow Mrs. Ovid fiuUvaa. at I o'clock Tuesday evening at matron of honor WON a brown r *. 'by Mr VerlM Sliemore and Mir Norma) Jean Foster
o"clock Sunday afternoon" |4n length mitts were of ChanUUy Presiding at the punch the home of Mr. and Mrs James Mil, white accessories and a HOUSE GtJEITS HONORED anal Mrs. Ruth Henaon. -
Tint Baptist Church of Homeatead. lace and her tiny slippers were. were Mrs Robert Sullivan, Waldrop of HIS S. W. Oath ave, white gladioli corsage. .Y MX AND MRS. LTNCU A chicken salad auras: cookie NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB MEETSAT
Th. Rr John H. Whltt. hand-covered with the Ice blue loren Hodge and Misses Miami. The ceremony wa per- Temporarily, the newlywed candy and punch were HOME OF MRS. GABT
Mr. and S.
Mn. J.
+ pastor officiated: at the double latin and lace. and Dorothy: Sulllvaa of lormad by the Rev. R. W. Van are making their home with the Lynch entertained served.
lng ceremony The tfiurch was The bride' attendant woes Among the CUt<<-town Qelderen. pastor of SylvanIa bridegroom's parents Mr and et a barbecue Sunday Present, besides those mentioned The Redland NeighborhoodClub
decnrsted with palms, tall whit gown of blue net over taffeta, were Mr. and Mr Sam Height Baptlrt Church of Miami. Mr. O. N. Pierce: of 171 S. W. home on Newton were Mrs. Robert Jones, met Wednesday afternoonat
ttandirds of pink gladioli and fashioned with portrait necklines, try. Mr. and Mr\ *. Attendant of the bridal couple First ... Homestead. rd. in honor of'' their houseguest : Mr*. W. 8. McCoy, Mr Joe Tay the home of Mr*. Waller Gaby
blue delphlnum and bunting blue fitted bodice and long full skirts Morgan all of Pahokee; *. Mrs. R. W. Wilton, Mn. lor. Mr J. W. Blair hire. Vera with Mn o.b, and Mrs Edmond
taper In whit candelabra. Their open-crown bat and el I. and Mr Jimmy Sullivan John Trotle, Mr*. Harry Johnsonand Blab Mr Tom Smith, Mrs Del- Price a* hoetease. Card weresent
Miss .Ana McLana, organist, bow-length mitts were of the art. and Mrs Tho B. """' BETTY MCLAUGHLIN, HENRY LINDLEY) I, I, R. Silvis.Others mar Dawklna,, Mr*. A. E. BeugMt by the membership to Mrs
played the traditional wedding and they carried pink carnation Mr. and Mrs Percy WEDDED SATURDAY HONEYMOON HERE present were Mr. slid Mr Don Dlllejr. Mba' Marie Maud E. Chandler and Mr*. L.
march: aa well at the accompaniment The maid of honor wore delft-\ W Miami. Mrs. Stanley Dyrke and davih- H. Ktopp, who have been III, and
for blue and carried a heart-ahapei For their honeymoon ten, Joyce and Shirley Mr. end MRS. TALBOTT ENTERTAINS to Mn. F R. Weber of Wed
Stanley Wlttkop
Miss Dally Mae McLaughlin ployed a* secretary of First' Mrs Jos. Dycke and daughter,
carnation rlthiit the . the bride V in condolence for
bouquet of deep-pink state MATRONS' CLUB Point N. ,
who sank "Becauat" and "I Love PAST
You- The bridesmaids wore pastel blue a pink linen suit which he daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robbie tilt\ Church. I Marjorie) Mary and Jo Anne, Mr. the _jlMlh u_. *-if- tiM.-.-- ether. .. the Isle--.-
and carried crescent of pale-. elf had made, a gray straw U McLaughlin of Effingham S.I I The newlywed will !live .In and Mrs. Wm. liens and Mrs. The Past Matron Club of the\ I Col. Ralph W. Ktngman of King-
Gordon Just before the Netbltt ceremony, Earl pink rarnaUona.Mr gray reptlle-ikln bag and< C4 became the bride of Henry C. Wlniton-Snlrm Mary Dyckes. Naranja O. C S, was entertained man rd.
and Joe
Dames, mother of the 'and a corsage of 'white Lindley of Wlnslon-Salcm. N. Wednesday evening at the homeof M.... J. A. Rotherham" led a
the name taper! brother and" of David UM bride and ,Jack laid bride wore an aqua gown pink, Upon their return, the C., at 4 o'dock Saturday afternoon WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD NAMES Mn. W. O. Talbott of Perrlne devotional service, after which
flower-trimmed draw hot, long wed will an The lucky star wa awarded to bingo Pineapple .
occupy In the Preabylerlan Churchof the group played
the whit lisle for the \
pink glove and a purple orchid at the Morgan home until Effingham. Mn. Walter Peterson. After a pie and coffee were served.'
of the bridal The ,
four alia served usher. corsage, Mr*. Morgan mother of build their own residence Mr. and Mr. Lindley arrived short business session, strawberry Present were Mrs, Sam J.
aa the bridegroom, wore a dUn,- The bride we ., here Tuesday to spend their honeymoon Mr*. Ovid Sullivan wa elected. Ann Foulk, IIK'GIIdOktop".I., shortcake Ire' cream and coffee Davis. Mrs. B. G. Dote. Mrs. It.
Gitrm In marriage by her rose gown. and hat, other .e.ceea-. 1041 from Homestead. High at the home of Mr. and president of the Woman'a Clubof dent; Mrt. Fred Rhode, recording were servedPresents M. Pool, Mrs. A. C Miller Mrs.
fath.r'the, bride was attended by : mimics of black, and an orchid where th* wa a Mn. Wm. J. Clark of 10 N. W, Homestead at the annual meeting !' secretary; Mrt. E. W. Bur- 'besides those mentioned Lee D. fever Mrs. W. L. Dun-
MlM\ Jolyne Mork, maid of honor : cottage. an active pnrticlpant In Tenth it Mn. Undley made her Wednesday night In the club Member decided to .continue\ were Mrs Olen Edwards, agan Mr. R. A. Holmes, Mn.
and Mia Sylvia Burnt, a cflunln, For the reception' arrangements Later the attended Walsh home with Mr. and Mrs. Clark house. Mr. A. F. Arthur we ton, corresponding eeeretaryand; Mra. Rom Chapman, Mn. Edw Floyd Dunagnn, Mrs, E. L. Sum-
and Miss Joyce Morgan, a sister l of the and of Business Science In ), made first Mrs Mrs John Hale L. H. Mrs ,
I pink gladioli I last year wl1l'lIhe\ was emSEMIFORMAL vice-president; treasurer Vihlen, Mr Greer meraett, )Ira, Carl Tesdell, Mrs.
I of the bridegroom brldrwnaldn.Jime blue delphinium were used to A gradual of Homestead the book shower which the clibla Lydia Sayers, Mrs Walter A. Rothl'rhal1and the hostesses.
Drown was bed: mum decorate the Homes home at S3 School In the class of It47 sponsoring for Lily Lawrence! Thompson, Mrs.. II. H. Graham
The bride was lovely In a gown N. W IBIh It, The bride' table bridegroom attended I GIVEN FOR BABY MARY JANET Dow Library Thirty dollar wa ind Mrs Frank ,Walker. BEVERLY JEANNE OUTLAW

of let-blue Imported Chantilly laid with a cut-work linen cloth, of Florid where he Wit ADOPTED BY .MR. AND MRS S. J. LYNCH'A { repotted cleared, from the game Sirs\ Graham Invited the groupto HONORED ON BIRTHDAYIn
lara over satin, and a matchingveil was centered with a three-tier In (port*. H. U a party given last Friday night for hold the next meeting at' her' honor of her fourteenth
and headpiece of Importednet white and silver wedding rake South Dade Junior 1Iar.1'I benefit of the clubhouse fund home in Naranja.Lounsbury .
shower In honor of ali- Min Victoria rid ill.. birthday anniversary Beverly
She carried a bouquet of topped with figurine of a bridalcouple Commerce: and Redland
white orchid white lilac and month-old Mary Janet Lynch Gift were sent by Mrs Clara Jeanne Outlaw was given a surprise
and encircled with fern men' Club end Is .
i white Iris, and wore a strand ofII and gardenia, Gardenia at the Jim Sharp Clothier, newly-adopted daughter of Mr. Thompson Mn Jos. Or I fid, Mrs. B.P.W.C. COMPLETES CLINIC PROJECT leper roast Saturday af-
the home ot
t.er1l00at her
Frank Panno Mrs M. E. Howard .
and Mr*. S. J. Lynch of Newton Mr*. Harry' O'Nell Mrs. '' I'LANS RAIN SHELTER FOR GOLF .,CLUB mother Mn. T. 0. Mill. Game
BARBARA LAWRENCE TO BECOME BRIDEOF ANNUAL rill'Rdl rd., wa given Feb 23 by Mr*. Michael Flora Mn. Emile Ouellet were played.

1 LAWRENCE MUSGROVE\ ON SATURDAYMlat 8CIILUILED FOE MAR. 1 Tho Champney and Mi..*. Clarke Mrs Claude Daigle, Mn. Louis I A rain shelter for player at ; Mr*. Roy Haynei, Guests were Sonya Petrow,
Plan for the annual ham Roberta at the Roberti home In Dulgle, Mn. low Dyckei, Mrs. Rf'dlllnd'Diltrlct Golf and Country Mr*. Evelyn FlUhugh Mr. Earl France Pctrow, Patricia Outlaw
I I cabbage dinner to be held NatolI Rpadaro, Mrs Julian An- Club has been adopted aq,a L. Martin. and Mr. Oslo Wills. Andrena Water Ruther Tomer1m -
Barbara Ward Lawrence, sated from Redland High SchoolIn Mar K were made' Gould. gellnl Mr*. Leonard'! Kent, Mrs.I Peanut and cold drink were Joyce Wollam, Billy and Fred :
I daughter of Mr and Mr. Reuben If47 I II employed at the Cutler night' *t a Joint' meeting of Gift for the baby were placed Josephine Orlflcl and'! Mn. Josephine project of Homestead Business Iet'ftcS. I llenn, Darrell Leonhardt, Ricky
I M. Houih\ of Silver Palm plant of Florida Power and Altar Society and'! Holy beneath a parasol decorated In Weber. and Professional Women's Club Homestead Business and Professional Becker, Joe Mimes, I ?
j I dr.,, will become the bride of II which has Just completed an Improvement I It.rbetfli(
light Company.Mr Society of Sacred Heart : white and pink. Mr*. R, W. Wil Women's Club served Brown Jon Adam and .
J Lawrence Musgrove, eon of Mr. ton ot Pittsburgh wa Winner of GARDEN CLUB CANCELS project at the clinic a* one of the hostess group for MrKlmmey.
and Mr. Robert Mutgrov of the contest prlre. Ice cream, cake of Lincoln Memorial' Hospital at the Tenth DI..ldl'lHtln, attended Adult'! present were Mr... and
I and coffee were served by the I by Its clubwomen Sunday Mn. R. V. Brown, Mrs. W. A.
evening at the Hough home MRS W. T. ATKINS MRS. ROYAL hOllIe_.. Cancellation of the Monday Plan were. submitted this week In Saratoga Inn in Miami. Hcnn and Mr, Mills
I 'The R... Alfred E. llodberg, Present, beside those men- night meeting of South Dade for the shelter which will be Guest speaker wa Harold Cols
I patter Of Silver Palm Methodist Honed, were Mr*. Pat Tuccl, Mr*. constructed of slump brick,' reports executive vice-president of the A picnic at Crandon Park wa
Church will officiate at the double \ *. T. Paul Haley entertained Henry 1 II visiting her Chat. M. Harris, Mr*. Henry. Gob Garden Club wa announced yesterday Mrs Frank M. Kent, club Florida Chamber of Commerce. enjoyed Tuesday by Mr and Mrs.

ring ceremony, at, a luncheon bridge WednesdayIn law and sister, Mr- and hardt, ),In. Ceo N. McIIughMr.. by Mn. Herman Ilelnlein president The structure will be Present from Homestead were II. H. Graham, Mr. and Mrs.. .
A iwUve of Macon Ga, Mia honor of Mn. W. T. Atkln of R. Brocks, Lawrence Smith Mr*. Ceo.Bremler club president, on account of the erected near the pump on the Mr. Frank M. Kent, president, Cha*. Zimmerman Mr. and Mr*. ".0
Lawrence baa accompanied her Lewes Del, and Mr*. Royal Cut flowers were used for ., Mn. l, Pantln Mr*. Dad County Fair Monday will club ground to offer a dry havento 1 Mrs I. M. Weduler, 101.... Oslo Guy Nave Mr. and Mrs. Louts I

parents here to aped aeveral Henry of Laurcnburg. S. C. Mr. oration of the room. Three Ferrli Mlnnerly Mrs Wm. Ma be Garden Club Day ft the fair to player the clubhouse who now hive to flee Will, Mrs. Francis B. Lincoln Rumph of Niles Mich., and Mr.
winter This year, she wa a were In play gulre Mn. Either Shutt and In event of I: Mn. Virgil D. Lyon and Mr. and'! Mr, Chew Corrigan of Baltimore
member of the sophomore claaaal Atklni I I. a home guest' of her rain. : Clara Blaff. ,
Redland Illgsh School aon-ln-law and daughter, Mr. and I MRS. COLLINS HONORS A benefit game party Monday I
I \ [ COTILLION ,GIESTS FROM OHIO night in Sacred Heart clubhouse -- --
Mr Muifrove who wa grd'! Mr. A. r Arthur and NrL I
SET R.H5. CAFETORIUMgaret wrote a successful finis to the
Mr. Eva Collins entertained at hospital project of Installing !

dinner Feb. 21 In honor of her jalousies, screens, door and asphalt ,
: JUIl >>..tVfD.trll, liST ii/r wnwm A semi-format cotillion in Wilson, Lucille Sapp, Bar house guetti, Mr. and Mr* LomeAoderaon flooring for the clinic room. I % II

I 5I'45/I,' or;,of the *o( pinottv.e..ti* bare..CooperMn Brooks Tlrcy of Canton, O. Other Door price were awarded to'Or.' I ... oJ. f '" "
V High School will be held Ellis, Nancy Trowbridge, Carl present were Mr and Mr Tom and Mil, Francis B. Lincoln! ; i.a.i:( d Y ,. .. 1

oiwxf 6-cue/c-foor/ n to n:SO Friday Mosley, Bob Motley, Charles Collln and Eddie Collins. In. Ida Smith; Mr*. Clarence.. . +
NEWHOR6EM Blliard, Frank Suit, Charles
Mar, 10; In the Redland
REFRIGERATOR/ Williams Jerry Underwood Mort PARTIES MARK 47th '' '
loin Orchestra music: will Blsker Sam Engel Clinton Friar ANNIVERSARY I ,,
provided for dancing.On and Ronald Gagllardl The refreshment OF MR. AND MRS.\ WILLIAM TURNER
the decoratloni committee la composed
are Katherine Lambert, Norma Ann llolcck Dorothea The .
forty-seventh wedding anniversary Present it the dinner )party In t
Ddum, Geraldine Craft, Turner Nanette Smith Ellen
N Ootimin Patsy h Ilelnlein, \ Neafsey and Joan Cor*. of Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. J, addition to the honor guest and
t 1 Turner of Clarkivllle Pa, wa hoots were Mrs Eva Elchar,
Marian Dale and Gerald EI" .
". J
Sunday by their aoni-ui-
\ I
and Chas William. ,
law and daughters, Mr. and Mr Chests at the, evening party, 'iov' l
Save $$8.00 at DIXIE DRUGNew Dan William and Mr. and Mr besides those mentioned were
Gerald, Elchar, with whom the Mr and Mn. David C: William,
AT A MM Turner are visiting In Modello. Mr. and Mr*. Casper William, '
i The William. and the Elchan Mr. and Mn, Clinton Pepper Mr.
LOW .MICE were host at a dinner party and Mn. C, H. Otis Mn Matilda

large 7-qt. Sunday noon In Tap-a-Wino Williams, Mrs. E. B. Beglln. Mr.
Inn and on Sunday evening Mr. Viola King and Mary Katharine d
DINNER BELLE n Extrt-Urte rapacity and Mrs. William entertained at William Anniversary cake and
{ ooh $209.50 their home Ice cream were sieved.
llaMi Urge chlrkeH, roaster

I '' ham MRS. VAN! STATE BRAD, j
1 1I Pressure Cooker' VISITS V, F. W. GROWS NOTICE: M hpsaKargnlvni ik.. ...,
I utrraMOOMIVI iSoIle. a.rlelw ('_....,. a Y.L.. iii
a Tina prewar ngalutlen- Mn. 1'-' tee aeWld to tile CIt, !!
James C Vann ,
nu.n .d IK, ,
e m.I.rtojTTt mow and Canner ear, I* aM. IS poundsfissile president of VF.W. auxlllarle .U. ,for (K. ::M sad w|,:t.;''of,r.Urlni Pk.
I *4 malnlalrliur 4 iwrallrl' "I... ,line.
Mn a*aw N BUUKMI Muwnnai returned Tuesday night after ,
\ aide hue li. PMMKI pUat\ hMt.d al\' taro
Holds 17 pontJi ef froi** I i making official visit to auxiliaries Tmntr'Uir, (Ill. l. TW.HIMH:; : itti
( at H. Addntat., TlW _
buds and a, lara* ,uMiiy of far easy handling In Tampa SU Petersburgand of H.eerd.. aok. iii ...mrve ......... "
t aenM Ha* man Aa* 10 *, Saratota.Mr t menu 1'_ a.d alsi. see II.....
L'" aWbl. shelf .,., foU-., S Fare draw aluminum,,, Venn entertained rid. gala tWo ff BOHI.IHM 'Mlth (
.width audiM Hrarvvoit Maaf .'- .r wa at Mona IK a Mturhf. dike. mtfr .M.
rhreme, flltlni dinner meetings" on Friday night shed -t- lint ATC M sad Mao ji"i ,
skit advaaitiei. _... .
rl.A l .. .
by three St. Petersburg auxiliaries M tW - *>f; *>
rid rinrlva Rut CHt asY.q. sad I'
MOM IU4 ,n "8ta,- r plaatto handles and on Saturday night by MM *p llnitlMi vlll earn* .* re kasha.
let..* tad Our Ceo.... M s uHt."* I
two SU Petersburg auxiliaries.Monday . ....... +
W "IwU t. INs.t see e. M.
FREE- vith each Refrigerator C Belt-aealleg aver: night she wa the guest DATED title leis ..r of 'M"rr, A.

Om M-pleee set el Refer* A .... safety pressure pug l with of Sarasota and Bradentown D. IMS1. a. R. nnwAans.
"It..", blaat goard auxiliaries at a dinner meeting!' In Cllr C'1orII '

SILVERWAREWith Hold 7 pt. jars The Ideal eanalng anethed I Sarasota.

Retail( Prte CM PUt) for canning. a Retain were vltamlMGuarantee FIDEL*. CLASS MEMBERS MASSAGEBy ApaelalaMtt & ..,. I,

Fau.Ye.r Mn. J. H. Drawdy'! wa hostess $3.00; each 6 for $15
Reg. .95 to First Baptist Fiddle Class on RINNIE K. SIMPSON Ph. 1UWReHaUe \
Co. COMPUTE WITH MEAT Feb. 13 at her home on the old
Harris Refrigeration $15.95; 7 RACK AND COOK BOOK Dixie Highway. After a business t1 t1f
session, a social hour was enjoyed. -
only. . Cake and coffee were Served. r
N. Krome Ave. Phone 196 r r11m'
140 Present were Mrs W. B. Caves,

1 Mr T. T. Bowen, Mr. Grady I larterinf fashkM-fiad for summer'f'
'EI! ... "R t BFQRE YOU BUY Pope Mr A. D. Smith, Mr*. '
Geo. MCConneLL Mr, M. J. 0_ I...bfene4 pedlljr be halftizen by Iran
t rett, Mn. J. R Attaway and Mr*.
i IlilL heals white embroidery inowctp* the
Ire Anc'lel'lOft

DIXIE: DRUG Radio todicci deep Inverted pleat flans tie t kin.Sanforized .
I Mrs. Walker Martin and Mrs. Repairs ,

Visit"BABVLAND" Tear Friendly StaiD SUFI David Colburn will entertain combed jrara duunbrtjr in grcr, | ,

P11051 22 WI DELIVER member dub of on the Monday Redland evening Friendship at krowa, |rctn and aqua. 12ft-22K, $W.JS f I IaMs

I I I the Martin home on Quail Roost ..a shda&ege.. ....1'10
dr. I I Backed by f

Infant Shop and Photo Studio I 15 ;years of experience.Your Tropical Dress Shop -

RCA Victor Mrs. Close and Mrs. Webb

Children'! Weir to 8 Years Radio and Television US S. nagto ........... FU.Fitzpatrick's ,

We now have sewing" machine needles, shuttles, I Dealer !
Gifts and
Shoes Toys -

I and bobbins for all I popular makes of machines.MITCHELL'HARDWARE .

rh4craBh Oea*>UoMatarr i DoURa&tttf ,w.. Fine Furniture !
Tea lab,. First I f

e w. Alae De CO., INC. KOstaw ;.*.. Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woes :

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New officer Mill, he l mmilnalHby i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
CBS home
1 Last gird' location
Friday H. S. art
John rulnkenberg., well known Bichtnbtntr.. Mr.. Harris Deck, the Auxiliary of Arrant Pod, I class one .big. closets, knotty pine r
went to the Theatre of the
sMiami painter and itaff member Mr. Howard Perklna. N.... V.FW.,at a'o'rIodr Monday night St down kitchen, screened. perch, Price eRj. Warren Mart
on l Key te mike !U. .
of Terry Art institute, esplajned Harold lit Nt II. $I.M down balance Rgte ee.d Real. Eatalt Isobar
Campbell Mrs A. Trey In the .pool home at 412 N E I sketches of undented lift) the J HO a
phases. of modern art at the nor, Mrs B. Metralf. and! Mrs Sixth ive elm I Ir Mudxng marine life. anpnpmilmn .month
'HomtatMd Art tlub'' Monday Mae Collins, SEE ECHO JORDAN
.Z Twenty acorn dollars .
: u xreallred foi' n mural for tilt
'night' meeUnx, opening event of Registered Broker 10 acre glade laud at inter-
Quickly sold for a city \libraryart I .1u Ph. T4J
a. 1 from the iiuxlliHrvipontored ) ne'ol..I' <"lull1 Ihiurl Albury. --.1
Ike. rlub'a annual exhibit The book -17 section of elted rd. and gravelrd.
fund .
). were a of /Ilih fry KIWI Saturday J a fellow ..lud..nl11' a aperiaKuMt .
s.Pt ;meeting was held in !the south watorcolors by "..". JUMa.Mn night to help pay for Use for the citn. For Rent For Sale! -Rwl! Estate!t .. ( .000.

|tbow room of Bird CMvroINbuilding small tropical by tVs. dvw, furnishing' of the ladles' bury*. ......_.......... ......6 .......6 6 6 ..1
where. 12 palnllnga fNlnthe : Among hose /tin on.the field Complete Heal EstateL ) 10 acre glade land fronting on
r'arklagtempi* MtM.
MWery ..
11 chug* as i Big Mtj. wff IrlpwertlkyMiWnd Anita DelU
rd., ".000.
{fTerry permanent inetitute exhibit of the tags by Mrs Robert BtllartVh i. Wm. atedtM, III... holed CanlMIt. ......Ito, Betty Turner Large ||' 'fIhed
.of honor and works occupy of the the place local a group of figurines.Special ; Htveland sad. III fl. Dolmtf MUr. QPtrr, Siva Shore, ,,Adulta. LoU*, Avo-- double let, plus 24 eoNs SKI VICE 11$ 8. Kreant Ave fk III s

s.B group flU the rut of the wall guests at the masanj| Rhodes BtrbiM. Coaster Joyc Morgan code dr. 4-mllt! W. of Mehard glade in Florida City, palm tree 1111 Seal itre ei Ave
were members of
rd. ( ) Total price tW. Terms
Shirley preen and Jo Centino.. pmS PHONE II2-J
space) of Homestead the Weraan'sClub MKS. MAHAN HOSTESS SEE ECIKHC: JORDAN
1 "Art la not a matter of pic.ftorlal of the Redlandi and bus TO REDLAND CLVBHOMEKMra. Broker l'h,1554Almost
rep .,.ntaUon", he said bends of members ri'BLiO INVITED TO SEE!: ......... ... .... ... ..... .-

'IIn "though moat people 'Judge a pks Among paintings most admired W. D. Mahan WM haeteat CLVB-S CRAFT EXHIBIT Lovely all conveniences large' room Accommodate private bath Miscellaneous

'II'I I'y (Inure by Ita reallim. Since the In the Terry permanent exhibit Feb, 21 to the Woman'a Club of The public l Is Invited to the 2, a or 4. Ph. 3D or &:i3. (i4-m3)) pew I-bedroom furnished SEE THIS BEAUTIFULLY/ .. .. ... ...... .... . . . .. .
invention of'the camera there li art a large watercolor by Mt. the Badlands at a luncheon meeting annual handicraft exhibit of the house... Small down payment FURNISHED 2-bedroom CBS ,

d ,no reason for that kind of paint- Kllnkenberg and t large oil by at her home on Coconut Palm Homeateid Homt Demonstration will move you right In, with low home on large. lot near school
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'In,. Terry dr. Mrs E, A. Carter Invited the Club to be held it I:80 Tuesday monthly payments ph. SSIJ.M7tf. _n't be beat at t,2CO Rudy Gossman, Arcnt

.. "Real art li a creation by one Among local works are oils by group to meet at her home on afternoon, Man 14, In the Future For Sale Miscellaneous ( ) FHA MO.95 per month Farm ...,.... laaaraaealaaunar

.. who has Imagination-one who Mrs. Lonnle U Hood, Mrs. A. Mar 21.Iceeenl. Farmer clubhouse at.I1U N. : e.A-.A.aee.--....AAaa. al C4-AiU. Lift

d.t ,has something to My and uses Frank Webb, Mri. Caves, Mrs. t. betides those mentioned ICromt ave. Special InvitiUon This bedroom partly fur lit W rtacler-' -flee MteMFrotrher
craftsmanship In saying It. Good Maud E. Chandler, Mrs A C were Mr. Seymour Dane, Nave been lent to the prewklentt MEATY ROASTERS I months SMALL HOME on t acre Just nlahed horn, located on I ( Real \at.ONlce)

r form and line, good but, color Miller, Mrs H. A. Ekberg, Mrs Mrs M A. Baker, Mrs Frank W. of local women's organlnttors old. 6 to 7 IDS. Phone 2I1-M4. outside Homestead.. Price! $2905, acres of scarified land may be Thene I1J-J er .$|.R

e Jiarmony are necessary, but the Ralph Klngman. Mrs. Miry Cody, Stlllman, Mr.*. D. M. Brannon. Refreshments will bo servtd b;, Coulumbe, Tennessee rd. (pmS) terms.SER Jut what you wAnt-TOTAL
(picture MUST tell I story If it li Mrs Ben Archer and A. J. Milcr !. Mrs. J. P. Elliott, Mrs Wm Dirk- the hoatesM, Mrs.. FranK llau* : FCHOB JORDAN PRICE IS.900TERMS.,2bedroom .

act up I response In those ;; pastels by Mrs. Cecil Me son, Mrs Lily Glpson and Miss man, Mr. V. D. Long and I, neglntered Broker Pit. TH8-J tAll

a .whi view It". lesky; lithographs by Mrsilelsterman Elsie Ll Fetra. Chris Pcterecn.. ., M..j 7-ft WeetllllhOUtII 2-temp, refrlgeralor home near school RADIO REPAIR-Quirk service
h ; and etchings and TOTAL .PRICE li IS.OOO with work guaranteed Prices
clwlrtc stove, rattan
Among paintings In the Terry water colors by L. C Oue tte. furniture Ph. $33-J. (pIllS) 2-bedroom home Urge rooms, VERY LOW monthly! pay- reasonable Robert J. Brookj,
collection which the artist used "
I. Attracting much attention la I Harvest" I bath 2 corner loll each tOxl&O mental Roberta rd Just north of Palm
I.r. 'In Illustrating the Extra Feeding
r. qualltlea ofreal group of water colors, local a fruit trees Corner Naranjt rd. Drive, Florida City Phone .,.-,.
art was a chlld'i head painted and Bauer dr. $6,000 term Ph.
scenes, by Prlnceu Sherln- ,
r. IS ft boat, halt cabin Jeep engine "
In Homestead new CBS t bedroom home In
yean ago Yield' 5/1-M. (flOlf
;,. by Mra. Rudolph Fiolle, at that sky of New York who has been Nears Gives Super ; Just overhauled A buy at ) Florida City Urge living

time a winter resident and member visiting' Mr. and Mrs H. A. $393.: Call Allen Phone 292: or (room, kitchen two ar-retmed Homestead ClaM Co-Olai* fflr

'. of the art club Ekberg. When garden plants begin to dow , see at Bnyfront Park (pm3)) For ante: Completely furnliihed porches with tiled floors, bath all purposes. We do steel sash i
Mrs Frank Haunman
hotplnllty l
11111nl and ,lea In, of all
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Mri. Frank ir, set fruit or reach harvest sloe 2-bedroom homo TOTAL PRICE $10,500.NleF.r.Y .
Webb a brief on comer lotbotwwn
.. gave chairman has as chief food will 'I / / N. Krome. Phone 173. ,
"side dressing" plant
history of the s bnxor \ school and town, Elec:
club Mrs Robert assistants this week Mrs. F. \
J. usually bring an Increased yield, of ' 20,000 field I at 25c! each LOCATED CDS home
Helilcrman program chairman, Lottlch, Mrs. Webb Mrs. Elchcn.XTficr higher Quality. Flowers will grow''' 'f. net them while they: lust. Navlllo trio kltrhon arrpe>'ne'l porch on three, loU, 130'aI38'Iou\ ,", r \

Introduced the speaker, and Mrs Mrs Jesse Coiaman and larger and colon more brUu.nt.1 .a i ii llroi, Florida City (tnS) garage. U7U8. termi, so situated ItVII<<'" make PAINTING and DECORATING ,''o
'w. B, CaveR, president, presided Mrs R. B. Drown. Fruits will Increase in sine and I SEE ECHOE: JORDAN 'Weal guest home, with plentyof interior and exterior. McLeat.
After the program, refresh- The exhibit will remain more WiU set Leaf and root crops Registered Broker Ph 70910 Phone 748-R
open will speed growth and Improve room for mother house.. pall)
II ,menu were served by Mrs C. E. today and tomorrow. n tendirness up and flavor Y For sale: S-burner Florence oil TOTAL PRICE $5,800. Terms .

Plant food should be applied without L range, built-in oven Beaton 1 Expert watch and jewelry rtpalr
I'I potatoes with ground cooked porkor disturbing the roots of the plants 4 able Ph. 60/-R. (m3)'roc ) acres on Bauer dr. $250 an 10-ACT Lm! and Avorsdo Ing. All work guaranteed Nelll. ,
harm than acre 10 acres on Kpmort dr., '
da old
since this might more grow, 1'fNr. AND '
ham. Over this thin : I "" IS S Frame Phone lit. (o4-t!
MEAT pour I the feeding would, do good. One way' $150 an acre, Lot on Kedland rd boeutifully furnished NEW ()
I cream sauce, seasoned with I. to spread the plant foed on the 4 .t' near Bauer dr. $300, J. M. Bluer, CDS 2 bed-ronm home living .
grated onion and cheese Cover surface between the rows after cultivating ,\., ""\' I .. rldo to Indiana for good auto fit. 2, Ilex 43B-C, ItomcKtcad, tin
CUT ; i room dinette" kl'' hen, both, 2 I
, the casserole and let It bake In and rake it Into the ail. \ \ driver lust of March Finlcy (pUt We buy, ell and trade gum and
then wath It In. Another way, whichhas R porches Truck i i.J yard tools pistols of all kinds. Nell', |( .
. a Blow oven ((300 degrees F.) j JW'Jerse Geiger, Rrdland Court, Box Si?,
45 minutes, shown Impressive results In New -.II z h. s. ALL FOR 18500. TERMS. I Kromt. phone 118. (oU.") :
I for )' experiments, Is to oUr the : \ t I Princeton Fla. (pmS) .)
(. plant food in water and pour the ; v For tale: 40 acres high pine, goad EXCELLENTLY located beau I

,'.. Hamburger Casserole and Drop water\ on the ground near the plants. jcfjj olj for avocados, mangoa or limes. tlful 9 acre I year old Avocado I HARDEN Hauling, landscaping
Biscuits During; 'hot, dry weather, dry EATING POTATOES, all grades, Call 44J-J-1 or 46J-R-4. (J13tf) grove with PALM PLANTED
,( plant food. may be Inert In the soil t:. topnoll, potting penal rock ,
one cent per lb. and up Nothing ( HOMESITE. A wonderful I fill Ph. I4J-R. Write HI 2
I pound ground beef intll supplied to dissolve BOIl
.a 1 small onion, chopped it. By using liquid plant food the less than 110 Ibs. Sprinkle chime for home and Income I 14-A, llomeitead.Dr. .
I A w vin 2 tablespoons lard or drippingsI need for Irrigation la lessened and Side Dressing Plsnt Feed.! Warehouse.. on Seaboard II.R, .t ONLY $9,800.
Immediate results are obtained. Dr. (pmS)
teaspoon salt V. A. Tiedjens) who la an advocate In the !flower garden, from cupful FOR COMPLETE REAL
Vi teaspoon pepper of liquid plant food gives the following to a quart of the liquid may be e.n.m.u.a- i
1 11-ounce can condensed Instructions for preparing It, applied to etch plant, depending ESTATE SERVICE net Leonard W.HasklnfewMUlM I
tomato Place a complete dry plant food upon it* slse This liquid should not 20 hives of beer In good condition to Rr. BualMitoM.
1 soup '2 In a cloth bag and hang it in a b.rbt applied to the leives only\ to tht Enough additional equipment I IIII' RICHARD FUCHS. ruse Ml a..m. .t mt
package; frozen !or cups ret or bucket of water overnight soil; U it Is Impossible to avoid the For expansion to 83 hives; honey Registered Broker ''g
'.1r green beans, cooked anddrned The material that remains In the !leaves, dilute the liquid with anequal tanks, extractors, etc More than Jehn II. Halt sad Fre Bofnerneglitered
, or big msy be spread on the soil surFace amount of water ta weaken cost of bees can be realized from N. E. UI Bt, Miami. FU.fMeWtalr '
mat .U the role of this cut elements the and avoid burnln,. A liquid feed. Salesmen
Q. 1 No. 2 can green bean., drained but the soluble It, spring Key honey flow Price Ale eaaoiai.adPIIONE
of meat? t Drop biscuit batter mixture will remain In the water. tig ten days before your !flower show 1111 N. Federal Hwy."
A. Pork blade steak Brown meat and onion In lardor The quantities recommended are will help you cut larger and more $m. Ph. 204-J. (f3)) Phone 21S Pa Box 503aiemucri ..
For standard dry mixtures and do brilliantly colored flowers! for exhibition. I 'h_ .. :
from endS Chamberof
how Idea cone drippings Season. Add condensed not apply to high analysis mixtures, ci
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tomato soup and green or those especially prepared for use Experienced gardeners can recog- : BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available f17. 1 11 I
A. It cornel from the pork shoul beam. Pour into a greased casserole In solution nil when a plant ,Is not growing as at all times. llomeilcad\ floral ( ; GROVE MOWING. Carl Endllch'",,
der. Blade steaks contain either For tide dressing growing crops, It should and needs an extra meal. Rt. I I. Box 41111, Homestead (oULelvhworlh
or square pan BSkxBxZInches : and Gift Shop*, 122 N,W, 4m ,., .{
a blade bone or an arm bone, depending use a cupful of plant food to a quart But If the weakness Is due to other 10 ACRES, half firmublo glade, place, Kings hwy.) 34
h upon the aid of the Drop by of water or a pound (pint) to a gal- causes, extra feeding will not help and Gift Shoppe, S33 N. W. 2nd ://1 holt Beatified! plnclund. Goodbillion. Phone 527-X-W, (t4lf|
shoulder from which they are cut. I tablespoon on top of meat mixture i I . . ...
ion. For row crops pour a quirt of it will not correct poor drainage, or : --..::-- .... .
Q. H.w" It prepared *. Bake In hot oven (450 des the liquid to-eachthre/ teat of row.' cure disease, and ,b*usedFor I I ? ? Total price $2500, lemms .
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A. By braking. Steaks are placed greet F.) from 12 to IS minutes posts In bills, use t quart for when the plants : : and I \ Iaa w SEE ECHOE JORDAN reliable t
in a frying-pan and browned on or until biscuits are browned. each tomato, a pint for each egg wsntbrestasdomodofthespragplant CONCRETE BLOCKS! all sleet, Registered Broker Ph. 70B-J WB fa ateh repairing
both sides lit their own or a little Yield: four to tlx servings with others In proportion perennial' who summer comes %, I. Bruce'a Block Co, Nartnja, Fla. \ Woods Jewelry McCrory' Ai
added fab A email amount of hone 872. cad. (ttttf Aet
liquid U usually added (2 to 4 Drop Blacult Batter A lovely basket ef gifts awaitS

a poon.i the. meat+>,allowed the pin to is cook coveredand over 1 cup sifted enriched flour you a in exprmlun of aood loot If you wont a Service' Station, We buy old ,nld. Teeth, old ring,
will from public iptrited
low heat for about 45 minute or 2 tablespoons baking powder I g For.a JIan's Chair; liwrchinti U you' hive |u.t .... we have I It-one of 1I0mo.te.I' wilchei, etc Ncll'i, 15 S. Krom

until well done.Hints H teaspoon salt ''GrI tome *n|.i..i, duet moved t* largest. No phone In. Phone US. (olf.IU( r
as a I tsblee Pib n. lard S 5lIerman the star, are a new .Mother formation
re+,F+w+++++++++++++ W to % cup; ;milk' ) 509-W hive moved within the clay
Sift together flour baking a M Jut become swill Uten. SEE ALEX LANIVn for ,.well
....,. ... drilling Comer Krom ,
ti'w*s nothing te located eve
powder and salt Cut In lard t until Well large a. unit.pftrtm..nt
( Marks\ teat a.Wigatla4. "Arrange u end N E. 10th at Phone ase.".
mixture has fine even crumb. yrT ,
to.Housewives receive ihM |Hu. till your' liuilcilng, on 2 lots, ,
'l Add enough milk to make I very Welcome Wiion hostess whine :Only $0,073. Term.

soft dough. phone is listed below.Welcome . ......... .. ....!'-..-... .... 1

bedroom furnished home Wanted '

rirnlo/ Salad T! Wagon ..... ....66. .AAA.AA.AAM.
Hcnson Electric Has and 3 news. choice young ,yo.
I pound frankfurters, cut Into hlWTOHIt ... H fo LOS M.ElU radon i mass of bloom All :

"Inch slices IIOTPOINTAi'I'LIANCES for $7021, Can you bent that? WANTED TO BUY

.... I head lettuce, shredded Oranges, grt|>efrult. Lucerne,
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I 1 green popper, shredded !Mrs\ Geraldine ChampncyPh. Federal Hwy Ph. 832W.
Way With Leftovers Good unfurnished 2-bedroom n0.ll
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2 atalks celery, shredded Princeton Ph. 442
Here's a way to make tempting Vi pound Swill cheese,. diced' IJ8-J nomeslead home, modern, $3230.

rise of leftover roast pork. Heat 2 cooked potatoes diced
cooked In 4 Position denlred by college
chopped pork pork gra4-
6 green onions, chopped
I drippings for I few minutes. Add 2 tomatoes, cut Into eighth Eleanor Frosrhrr; vole, editorial and typing e,-

tdleed tart apples .and I small salt and pepper DOLL NURSERIESU. Realtor lerlence 8-duy week preferred.
.amount of finely l sliced onion If 1 tablespoon Worcestershire Mri R. T. Bird, General Delivery. ,
jde.lrt'd" cover and'cook until theapples' sauce s. 1 at NunnJa-Ejut of Wishing Wall 247 S. Flaglor Ave. "lamentead. (pm3tf)
and onion art tendcf.Make Ph. 213-J 832-J.
1 tablespoon chill saute Phone>> 571-X-J
a thin gravy, add pork apple French dressing to taste .- a
and onion mixture, curry Vi cup dill pickles diced 61-year-old widow with grove

'powder and lemon juice. Heat Combine frankfurters, lettuce, and chickens, would like to
thoroughly and serve hot over meet gentleman\ 00 or over.
cheese .
green pepper, celery, po- .
'ader-EnterprlM box No. A-141.
fluffy white rice.
aloe, green onions, tomatoes,
t and dill pickles. Season with salt knit a chair set!? Mores *In a laUored\ style'M tl. art tar man's A. CrawshawCity Try Us When You NeedA (mIlt)
EVER d. George
will mech"d scallops .
Quick Casserole e and pepper. Toss together with I The knitted plKwi edged -
A direction I leaflet hoe making the chair set, KNITTED BASKETS nor. be Haircut or
For an easy casserole arrange Worcestershire sauce, chill sauce ..
obtained kr sending a stamped Mil oddi i d envelope te the Needlework
.sliced potatoes In the bottom of and French drewlng. Six to eight Department d this paper requesting Uaflel No 4G04. Engineer Shave W ANTED-tI.It'lmal forFrhldalre
a greased! baking dish Top the servings.Breezeway rredueU t I 'a

Ileum, I to <4< P. M. Tuesday and Thursday Halrrvl _. __ 7Sa Good opportunity for year e
around employment and blat '
have - It*
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Seminole TheatreTWO Associate with Rader Knappen Tippets Engineering Co Shaaaaot. (Medicated) LM tommlulonf.MAJOR ELECTRIC Apply: : CO..

I Drive-In Facial rack 7StMaasagt .
Suite 1915 DuPont Biding __ Pease, FU. Mi. 141

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8IIOW8 DAILY' T and P P. M. Phone No. Ill MI.mll2, Florid Telephone 0-4741 .
SATURDAY and SUNDAY continuous 2 till Ik Facial _,_ 7Se
Two Shows Nlfhtlyt, 7 sad 1:24): Phone 172.* Admission: Adults Night (eel| Matinee (till S p. m.), See Tuna _,,___ 2S '
AdmlHlon Adult 4o (Us Included) Children under tea lei| ten to twelve, lie (Tax Included) 50lb. '
Children Under 12 Admitted freeIATUaDAl' Mutacht Trim __ 10Shanptt

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