Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 10, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00703
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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. HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE .




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HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 10,1950 T' Price 6 Cenl
39th Year No. 10 .. ..





MilliON IN BUILDING : PLANNED .11 HEARS







J : Plan for Lime-Juicing School Redland Merger I).IndorsedIn T. A. Poll BAYPARKPOOL-r Those Open Exhausts HOUSING PROJECT, MOTEL,


Proposed construction\ of a In bygone time:) when groups of taxpayers

high consolidated school.Redland plant will- Homestead be Indorsed LARGER THANMATHESON'S : from the south side of town complained of noise TRAILER PARK AND COTTAGES

wholeheartedly by the : from open exhausts of passing; motor vehicles, we

Plant Announced \Redland PTA, It wa revealedIn thought they had reference to the few show-off

by Redland a recent P. T.survey A. President directed John by hot-rpils who Ubtxl l to race around] with cut-outs SAID IN IMMEDIATE OFFING :',

P. Ne.r..,. I' open By close proximity to U, S, 1'a Homestead '

A drive to get out the freeholder traffic light this season we have learned better. '

vote for the school bond The noise that makes the owners of nearby tourist '
F.T.F.G. election: May S U being organizedby The $250,000 development or( TilE WKATIIEK Building project planned for
i Co-operative the P. T, A, Mr. Neafseysays. the 1,200-icr: 'Homestead Bey- II homes and hotels furious is the earsplitting blastsof I "1fkbt ".N..r 01...ewwkeh . .I \ Immediate future In Homestead .
some semi-trailers and trucks w drivers'\ ,_, ..._ "__4 """"" t t11.
i front Park will' be completed .. Coal MI..t Mt. (l\elo! approximate\ a million
.f, I The school board recently within a year County Jommliu 'I have forgotten 16 hook up their mufflers, when Mar I $3 f>B 3008 dollars, and Include a homes,
adopted tentative plant tot building MaMai I 758.. 3010
't I loner Trenton D. Bird announced passing through town I construction project a motel withcottage \
consolidated
a $400,000 school
Arrangements for establishing 4. 81 S3: 3013
'. plant In South bade tor juicing $$300OOO'SEEN plant between Homestead rnd yesterday. I Everybody' knows what good guys these truck Mar. 9' .85 8> 3007 and a new trailer park,
I Redland The construction It ube will be the the city council was told Monday( I
One of the feature I II Mar: e.. 14 t>II 2U3
limes and processing ivocadot drivers are and we believe if policeman were
financed at'part it the $12.- .
lagoon swimming pool of three bier.7 M 84 :lUO night.
have been mad by FloridaTropical $00,000 county ichool bond Issue flattened at the Homestead traffic light to give !
acre which will be hUd Immediately I Mar I es 57 :lUG A homes construction project I II
1 Fruit Growers Association SEWAGE LINE to be voted. *.n May I. courteous reminders to' these Jpes about using I II
I In front.of the beach proposed\ for a 10 to 40-acre tractat
of Goulds., Wm. F, Raven, 16 Kirch Win 16 Prizes pavilion Some work hat already I their mufflers they would be glad to co-operate.: I the corner ot Roberts rd, and

president of the co-oJler.lIve| announced For Young Eddie, Little been started on the iwlmnVfl They undoubtedly) don't, realize, how the blasts : FLORIDA CITY N. W. Eighth it, according lojas.

yesterday, REBUILD COSTHomestead's pool which will be tlmiUr, ,but from their unmufflcd (h f.ek reverberate from. Kcllcher local real estate agent,
Thi plant will be operated Sixteen birds. wort 18 ribbonsfor larger than the one which has I. GOES TO POLLS who asked toning of the partof
I
building
to the for
uilding motors gunned
: I In conjunction) with the Unlver. young !Eddie': Little of been 10 popular nt Mathewm as are the tract within the city:
ally of Miami and will use the stead at the !Central Hom"l Hammock.Commissioner. the green light. limit to conform to the toning
j\, facilitlei$ on the campus at Richmond proposed sewage position hell! recently) in\ Bird said that NEXT MONDAYFlorida of adjoining Boulevard Addition,
," said Raven. "The fruit system repair and extension project Eddle't Rhode Island red the work li progressing favorably Mayor Livingston Is a Southern gentleman of !I which, ,specifies minimum floor

processing plant will work closely would cost the city a maxi was judged the best of 2.000 en- I Itrlel. and plans art' now being made the old school and Chief of Police) Frank Brantley City voter will go lathe spare of '838 square feet. The two
\ with the unlvertlty'i research Engineer In addition to nine blue by the county prksdepartmcnt to threebedroom houses will, \ be
1 mum of $300,000, Consulting has been schooled! in the tact, courtesy and efficiency polls Monday to elect amavor
laboratories, which under the I for a eels Rpecial eVIIIto mark constructed by oral( bu'ldnr! ,
are Wm. Sydow told the council ribbons, six red ribbon and a : a town clerk, a marshal |. a 't
the dedication of the' rounty'i of top-notch police officer) We believe
I direction of Dr Arthur Stahl. Monday night Sydow was inc white ribbon, Eddie brought and a flve-mnn council Throe I j Krlleher laid ,
j Arthur Lewis of the university strucled to consider the alternative I home $29 50 in prize money newest addition to the $9,000,000, they can evolve a campaign\ against this noise hundred seventy-six voter are Action. was referred to a eommlttM f

\ plant will be In charge of production of using the Homestead park' system. I nuisance that will it without losing glstcied, according to Town I' composed cf If, L Brandrnbuig t
I "Recently", Commissioner Brd, Jr building and (at..n| :
Army Air Field system when he community Clerk (ieu, M. Arbogast ? t
dated, "the county commistinn I good( will for the .
'This
1 lime Juicing plant owned makes the preliminary engineering The candidates are: mayor- committeeman Wm. Muuelwhlto,
by, and operated for, the growers study of the city's sewage SPEAKER SEES awarded a $31,000 contract for Incumbent' Herbert 'Tuner, QMS, sheets commltteeman, Walter
Is the biggest and most conttructlv the construction at the bench Weiss, lights and water co-mull-: 1
1 problem. Mayor S E Livingstonwas F, Mann' ; clerk.-iucundrent Gee
thing ever done for the authorized to apply for a pavilion which will be completed It.U.s. Seen as Site of Summer Camp M. Arbogitt, Richard Schmunk:; I Iceman, and Irving J. Lyon, city i I

t' fruit growing Industry of South I. federal loan to finance the study within 150' days Work li udder marshal-Edw. Tlnditle, Robert I building Inspector ,
NEED FOR BIG for the marina and the excavation Sponsored by County School System
Florid. This plant will provide ., I t (for the profitable marketing of of this project li approximately cottages are nronotH tar
construction of the proposed system 1 Sulllvsn I Jark Brooch, Jos. W. -- '
1 1 lower grade limes and at the 29 per cent corn! I construction tn the two b'ock on
j ,which would have a dally RedUnd Sihon) la expected U vlftor of health and physical education Hunter, ccmncMIWlllard I W.Sevcry .
should I finished within
tame time remove them fromcompetition plcte It be I' the south side of W. Mowry tt.
: I : with the No. | fruit capacity remaining of$50,000 800,000 would gallons go, The for HOTEL HEREA four or five months"Commissioner be the alto of the. county schad'system's sennit, work told l the has made board It that Imposiltile reI -- Lewis' , Juhn Arthur IW-okei Troxell, and Alonro Hurry between Fourth nj Sloth! venues ..
"on the Bird said that summer from July I ,
fresh fruit market"Organized camp Building Insptctoi Lyon
Sam
Cuchlcllu Incumbents and
feel, legal work and incidental to hold the this seasoiat
I' only last May with expenses. Fee for the 'preliminary emphasis Is being placed on preparing .1 to August li thlt year, the the south campus ramp of the University Tamawl, Jult Cherry, Flank. told the council. At hit request
5$ charter member, the Florida engineering work was setat tourist center, entertainment facilities for boat ownersas I school board decided at a meeting of Miami, the former Navillo\ Tony Gucrlardo, fritz the council gave the go-ahead
I water will be of the ''
sports one
Tropical Fruit Growers Allocl.I signal for bu'Idlng plan which
$13,000. (for youth, a big hotel and additional leading attractions of the new Mar. t. Ted Blclcr, iui>('r- Richmond naval air bare Schroeder Frank IVlk and Ilui17 '- '
Uon, with headquarter and packIng I j are In keeping with the sort ne of gi
Denier
Ia 1
The airbase sewage system buildings\ at, the Florida /
Plant ire being worked for
park At the present time there out
plant at Gould, now tut 72 the area for business\ and Indinii'ram -
I confiscation In The poll will be from I
subject to open
military market
City slats farmers' are ,
full, active member who market are pier facilities for 42 boats converting the Redland ichpoclassrooms trial ) IIQutlt of
\LOCAL ., to 7 coiiLtrudloit
the told ENTRIESi m. inFfREMlNJDIES
emergency council wa the things most needed by the p
of to
their fruit thrtugti the and the ultimate aim the parkj dormitory ue \ n A.r.a"""
I -u.- : '!NflraveTtall), : \ ]Vmt peraT't'Rr.A 40,000 Bydovt,l feet pointed must put'ifs punned V* about to Redland. District.: CoL.Pblu',',J. department .is'fbrt1*''aeeomsea.; Children from ,.all evar.the.. county ;; )tnt1! !:,': "&r"tlon. j r ,.pasaenal
Cronkhll, auctioneer at theslicers'
j \ from both the packing and pro connect the city facilities with datfon of 234 boat I I PRIZES INFAIR will'attend'the camp: I S quariote war III a 'iy I
( market told Redland
' j Ceasing plants are returned U the these of the base and estimated "When these; boat are berthed j The board authorized the Dade HI, ( "* restricts/ tra'Urs to sc-
I' f grower member who supply! the District Chamber of Commerce at the park Bird aid, "It will County Research Foundation 10 rvdHed trailer tamed,
fruit, the connection cost at approximately directors at a luncheon meetingMonday. mean that space must be providedfor ;; EXHIBITS begin an Immedat survey of lie( IN FALL UNDERTRUCK'S I A building permit was Issued
, $200,000 The luncheon, held In
The Indicated orders on hind", the proper parking<< of automobile financial structure and building., to Walter E Wright for umitruc-
A of the 1 11
Urge city
portion Seminole Post, attended I
Trading was
Raven( said *. The present parking arcs plant of the school '
1 "show tremendous Interest county ivi- nun of CU3 living quaiters and
not serviced by the present sew. by 22. officers, directors A number of first prl/es were WHEELS'
In processed fruit products will accommodate ISO cars and tem te determine the advisability shower rooms a* the Initial unit
exhibit
constructed In 1925, Portland District
age system won by
for limeade for the coming sum and guest plans are being made for an additional !- of the proposed $12,500,000 bond. a proponed trailer camp on S.
said The tank in the fifth annual Iof
Sydow disposal Inspired by the dynamic auctioneer and entries I
mar In this connection It II i has a capacity of 85,000 gallon who told briefly of the two and a half acre parking Dade County Fair which loses t tissue of May 2. Edward LaRut Smith, II 1, Florida Second eve Cost of the building -
encouraging to us that the lame and II of small use for purifying outstanding accomplishment of area to tare for an additional I I Saturday In Miuinl I hoard members Approved a City vole tree fireman, died I was set at $8,000, ,
customers who took oun trial out 250 automobiles recommendation by Edw Hilticn- at T30 Wednesday night, three ''I Permit granted were: Homestead
(Continued on Page Four) hit chamber U5
of
own commerce First of $ : and
those price money
put of last withrepe.t "In addition to packing I Coca-Cola Co. $3OUO( roof
;year are ready Surf, supervisor of purchasing to hours after no (ell beneath Oliowheels
orders for our full scale group In Sulphur Springs, Florida areas the parks department Is 15-inch loving cups were, won In permit school cafeteria managers of the fire truck when II repairs and remodeling of plant
operation now." SUPREME COURT the local chamber officials setting aside In the boat area two their Individual. divisions by 1I Vie\ to choose the venricii from whom responding to a grass (ire alarm, en. S, W, Second st; Preston B.
decided to meet Tuesday to I Methodist\ I
consider Palm
of
In addition to the manufactureof parking; spaces for each boot or '; booths Silver they buy food and supplies Witnesses lo the accident said Molars< t2 OO .wash and grease I
Dade Gorden I II
limeade, this plant It being set some of the plan suggested space for an additional 408 automobiles (,II Church and South I Announcement was made yetjterdiy (hat Smith apparently, (failed inan I shed, S. Krome eve; Robert E.
up to produce frozen fruit con DISMISSES CITY "Jlomestead, has possibilities", ." I Club. Center of attraction In the : that the Florida department I attempt to grasp the. handles Grubbs, $7300 CBS home, tU: tt.
centrates.Charles. he said, "but by failing to providefor Commissioner Bird said that a church booth I II a table covered '
of education hat approve to board the moving truck, and W 13th it; Mrs. Charlie Frank
Cox I II manager of thej ( tourist, needs It I I. ,driving contract has already been awarded I with the red soil from which the proposed bond blue fnr I slipped beneath its wheel Ht Bethune, $1000 addition, N. E.
association's packing_ house In AS DEFENDANT tourist money to Miami and. Coral to Install some 17,000 feet of Redlandt derived Its name, and placement on the ballot was removed to James. Archer I' Third ave.; Theatre Soda Foun
Gould, Gables pipe to convey fresh water to the displaying colorful fruit and Smith ItoKpllal.Fuixiral !. lain $IBO noon sign/
Tho city of Homestead hat "A tourist center or clubhouse park area from wells located at vegetable. Also on exhibit are servlin were conducted i ,.-
been dismissed by the FloridaSupreme would give the travelers a place Six Mile Road, come two and a I handicraft and canned products DIETEL BOYS .l 8 o'clock yesterday'
to In the'evening' to half miles west of the pork on of the district Background of the
: MORE RANGERS Court as I defendant In go a place evening. the Turner chapel by iTOMATOES'TOTAL
covered with
booth It a wall
j the $100,000 damage luit broughtby I meet for card games, shuffleboard North Canal.He the Rev Martin R. Davis, pastor I
Arthur Blankenbeck after hit !. dinner, dances, games. It said that the bait, tackle I monsters del loaa leaves against PLAY EUROPEIN of Florida City Church. Burial
f ARE ASKED FOR arrest of Jan, 7, 1049, accordingto would be in use the year around. and service house II 73 per cent which the name "Redlnnds" It : will be In Charleston, S. C. $1.609.233 ATFARMERS'
I City Attorney Ira C. Haycock.! "By next season you should complete and the garage and ser- spelled out In oranges Respon- Mr. Smith leaves: his wife,
\ "'GLADES PARK The case still stands against hive a hotel ready It would be (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Seven) ICE REVUEPeter Emma Lee; I ton, Edward LtRue, JIIART t ;

Police Chief Wm. F. Brantley filled. Jr.; and three daughters Delore,

and Patrolman Donald Sullivan, "The farmer market needs Water \Worm La Sprinkler Joins and Robert Dletel, sons Patricia Ann and Alice Victoria,
*n
,; The .need of a larger ranger named at co-defendants In the additional blocks. It li the highest of Mr, and Mrs Walter Dletel of He ram to Florida CIty about Approximately 89.000 OM'
I force to protect the Increasing action. : market In the world attended Redland Goat Mow\ Productbody five year ago at a civil service boxes of \tomatoes were told for
Royal
"'' bird and animal life of, Ever- Haycock wa* advised of the by the best tomato buyer in (cr< as Naranjl f' tailed last week on the employee it the navy pumping I gross of $218,000 at Florida City r
t4 f gladet National Park Was recommended decision Tuesday In a telegram (Continued on Page Four) Queen 'Mary for I seven-month station and worked as a plumber Stat Farmer Market during I

by Victor H. Cahalane, from the clerk of the supreme Now being manufactured by that Insure safety of the European tour with "Holiday on In hi* spar time, The family the five-day period ending"Wednesday .
chief of the National Park Service court which heard the appeal on JMcn\ 'Fry Chicken Southern Metal Works at Homestead operator by an adjustable front tea", International revue. Awns Its home on Ave B Just night, report Market- i
r1 biology division, In a recent Dec 17 In Tallahassee The decision And Wash Dishes Air Field are an improved I I bumper, tldcsklrt and a flexible Peter, who recently completeda north of 13th it In Florid City, master C. S Phillip. Price
:t tr report to the Interior I Depart. upheld Haycock'l contention gasoline mower, the "Redland guard In the rear It'* tought South American tour, will liar The Smith family will receive ranged from $320: downward] to i
meet previously sustained by For Ladies' Night oaf[ and a new lawn sprinkler, blade may be adjusted from a In solo stilts and comedy acts he proceeds from the firemen' $1, with a $2.11 average.
!.j A* estimated by Newton D. Judge Wm. A. Herln. that understate the "water worm", both developed three-fourths-inch cutting height on the program which open. bake sale to be held on Monday, Although about 1,500 bojie J
I Drury director of the National law a municipal corporation The _a will fry the thicken, by Thou. B. Royal, owner lo a three-Inch cutting height Wednesday In Brussels, Belgium election dsy. In the fire hall.Jrlglnslly iliort of last week' total, the
Park Service, th. annual cost of II i not liable for fake arrests, aerve the supper, wash the of the company. The original blade on the tot Robert will resume a skating Jhe receipt were ear- yield was considerably heavier
'; management and protection false Imprisonment or tortioul dlshea, and furnish the program Dubbed the "Redland goat" model lies to far cut more than career Interrupted by war service harked to help buy furnishings. than the 60.158 field boxes re.purted j
"a should be $201.000. About half act committed by its police offcert. !- at the ladles eight meeting- ef : because It eau anything, Including 90 acres of grass without showing and a broken hip suffered for the fire hallCANNON for the like period In 104B.
that amount, $100,84,. la asked The case was argued the Silver Palm Methodist tin cant and rocks", the damage later while employed at sales i. Prices have been consistently
for In the next budget Drury throughout by Ceo. L. Knight of Men's Fellowship this eveningla mower It especially designed for The motor It equipped with I manager of an American company I KiWANIS SPEAKER lower throughout this season. At
estimate that park maintenance Miami, attorney (or Blanken the church recreation haJL local use Eliminating the fault governor for automatic speed-up Frankfort, Germany. He had Congressional Candidate Pit t this time last ;year snore than
and rehabilitation will\ cost J83,. j beck, and Haycock, attorney for The guetta will be, welcMnedatt of other mowers, Its Inventor has In difficult cutting been attending University of Ml- Cannon was guest speaker last $2,000,000 worth of tomatoes had
(Continued on Page Berea) the city 1 ..e.... produced a sturdy one-piece Dealer who rent machines prefer amt before Joining the Ice revue night for Florida City Kiwanis I been handled at the market In e
the "Redland goat" becauseof unit Which: will show..in Spain, I Club at the lidles4 night dinner contrast to approximately $1-I i

I '',' :HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SPONSORS HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN a its demonstration low upkeep, Royal the says.mower In trieS(Italy;'and other European coun i meeting In. Club_Embassy.\ ___._801,233 u____this tciton._ _. a'


: '"1 i WITH NO 6-MONTH\ WAITING PERIOD FOR MEDICAL\ BENEFITSoffice and chewed Inspection up rocks showed put In not It*, evena pith U. S. Pays $81000 to Dade Growers II'

nick 1n the blade. \\V I. F \WALKER "
I I s ; : \ For .35OOO.Sacks ot tfo. 2 Polato.es >.1
I : : A community health Insurance and If ;you get sick or have an ) or In tile hospital In rase Holds or both; $100 for any operation Royal has applied for a patenton ,
'1 plan for South Dad.'COWly, ad- accident tomorrow, you are cove of accident: ,or Illness. It allow for the repair of hernia or I his "water worm" sprinkler, TAKEN iY! DEATH '
":': > vtnced 1 by>> }PM Mutual Benefit ered." The customary waiting I I maximum of 200 day of hospital hemorrhoids or any operation so named because of the die With from M to 40 per cent week: Short hauf within the i
4 period of six month hat been care' for each sickness or which Involve the appendix, tlnctlve wriggling of the turglcal of Dade' potato crop dug (hi\ tint' are made by trurV!
.Health and Accident Association waived for the period of the local accident Allowance are made, gall bladder or female generative rubber tubing attached to the Funeral service for William season, the government has Potatoe were selling on the .
l of Omaha and endorsed by the South Bade enrollment only. also for operating room expense, organs; and $ISO for all other rust-proof metal pipe stand In Frank Walker of tVrrtne, 48, ought some I ,OOO 100-pound commercial market for $3 to :
I I James Archer Smith Hospital The plan and the Insurance surgical dressings, hypodermic, operiUoni. Maternity benefit: a durability test now under way were held Monday -In Perrin lugs for around $84,000? Pur- $3(0 1 hundredweight! on Wednesday '
Auxiliary of Homestead, will be company have the approval and! eta $100 for Caesarian section; $50 the "water worm" has made J.41 I Methodist Church. Dqrlal was i IBFlaglef haring :Agent Rolland O. Bell nets tays. Only about j J
launched sere tomorrow endorsement of all four Homestead Enrollment an for normal childbirth; $50 for million revolution with no apparent Memorial Cemetery; under reported Wednesday. Purchase, 4.SOO of Dude' 1.500 acres ass eligible .
physicians: Dr J. A. Smith, the store oit Oas-Oil I'I'U miscarriage. signs of weir Royal .n. I direction of Turner Funetal live net been quite so .high a* fur the support. price, a* J .
The enrollment period will be I Dr. J. 1$. Burton, Dr. A. M. Lo Inc. of Florida; at Flagler and Providing for treatment given Especially adapted to the fluctuating Horn A Perrin resident for 28 hose of lair season, Boll says, about one-thlrtl of the farmer 'i r
from Mar U to Mar, It, and the gap and Dr. B. Y Pennlngton, Krome, the Homestead managerof by licensed doctor of medicine, pressures of home water year. Mr. Walker died Saturday and turfllljf,/ i equal ,to er "better" failed .to sign up last all f a1;
.> drive will be conducted by It. R as well as of Mrs. Rachel B. which II Vie Cook president of osteopathy, chiropractor or naturopath systems the "water worm" will In t Miami hospital. than last year1. crop. Despite 'government purchase '
Berney, stat representative, and Well, R. N. superintendent of the James Archer Smith Hospital the plan provide ear- work at varying pressures. One Survivor \Include: M wife, The No. 1 potatoes, bought at of $300,000 worth of potatoes hero .id j
James Archer Smith Hospital. Auxiliary, and the office of vice any place In the United of the sprinklers is in demonstration Annie; a daughter, Sandra his the government price ol last season, the Dade County he''
John, HHalo, local repretenta Th. executive committee and advisory1 John H. Hal Insurance agency, States, Canada, Hawaii or Newfoundland. at the Dad County Fair. parents Mr. and Mr*. D. L Wil- $140, are being shipped by train tate Grower1 Association recent
: 'tiv* 01 the company board of the hospital 1110 N. Federal Hyw Home. Should a person move Florida jobber for the sprinkler ker; a sister, Mrs. Aid Whitlow; and truck for use In schools ly patted a resolution asking; A
A.! Thai unique feature\ of this auxiliary last Friday night voted ttead.Among< (rom the community the benefit 11 Sam Swab of Prescott, Me. end seven brother, H. L, and Institutions, welfare work sod for halt to the price support; program.
'i present.plan of selling insurance sponsorship of the plan.\ lPed o' benefits provided of th. plan Including the low new tale manager of Southern Randall Walker of Perrine, D. L, lock\! feed. Bell sayV Long-rang The 'grower- claimed that the
:' for paying: hospital and doctor The insurance, available to Individual under the new medical: Insurance rate, wlU not be lost line\ the Metal Works. Jobber are being Jr. and J. B. Walker of Miami, shipment by rail were. hampered program WM of DO benefit" to the
kills It that all benefit are Inv or family group, pro- plan art, $3S for examination company maintains 110 branch ippplnted( now for the states' J. L. Walker of Miami Shore, E last week by a shortage of. candue : local, Industry\ which! I* tenable
L medJaW, Berney* taid here Tues4ayr"Tk Tides for payment for medical or treatment. ; $39 for surgical > office In which claim service I* vest of Kansas, New York, Wis- II. Walker of Princeton and 0. to the coal strike, but'notrouble to grew potatoes for1 Ute $UO a
out a policy today tratment'atbome, In the docter'i tertcvil of 1on0*"'of Wet re dtrecL mum and'Georgia.. j W. Wsikerbf &. I I II beu* xp rienced-ttHt: hundredweight,subsidy,

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L Exams Set for 328 ScholarshipsRED 'frr--1! ..P'-.....)ii loll ; Dralh Call (L II. Kutrh. xiw MAT s r< coomti I -LE.IhER-ENTERPRI SE Friday 0 Mar. 10. 1950

ROTARIANS IIEAK Into Novelty Itusi/e Former l Loral RenidcntConitrtt ." I II\
In Teacher Trainee Recruitment I 1'jn ,tr ,m Wrttrvu' xu Redland Workers Sought cattail.' uf( ,14r arc',. he .w'dMn .
I' : A ad., range of hoodcarvedIaeronut H KuUh r' Nun- thai
CROSS MAN. "j" rd 'f'1'Iun chairman >n the Pent in. Ion reports
For Rd ( root( Campaign
r novelUe are made and former Homeetea.) reeident. nied convention rommittee of Sigma 1 worker are about lined up for
J-A-YCEE !I ,.......,. .MIr. ............ :ei..Ma gseslh.e Ilnttsawal. trOI. offered tor ..le by 8 K. ...and. Sunday H Miaari. at the agjf ofW 'cat. jouifjelMk. fratetttlty. Cee>- I A* agyool for tolwileer worken the other ante of bar territory 1

; natieni for III teacherchoUrhlp traiIIIIII I.raai to fel here high' achoalatiidanu j I W at hi* base *o> BtdlatX. rdI i er will awe al the thirty,"" I <. Mp erne"m the Bedlam! which exlendi aoothward tram
I Inaa (he leachukf praI Mr Itsttdl and kit o Ir Can-to, 0 annual of the 'tru' "'rDlty laUmoreda. but that
will .be .fcesdthroughout I between Burr and.no., .., conveavtxm area weal al V f I. w. mate OouW. to
dudfrey Novotir* '\ : !' the slur on Apr II. atoaBallry I who cut-Ivies, hen la,t Vi nr-' Net a to 11 in M an,' Been lM lv I >UrdB7 by Mr*. B. Y. F n- slow pragma I I. .being made 11tht' \ !
Mid he most t of rill'1 H The arlirln from ." of
hoped
range brated 'the f It 1-11 .rn..N- I drive The dIHrict quote la
,,,' ..nine I, fat 1" ( Thomas VBailey nmgton local Red Crow chairman -
l-Iy I ,
Slate School Supl dec.dr ask t \t\ and ,includebaskets ,, .
., .' the applicants woulil to acs lamp their marriage 'hi r h lock plan J
M $5000
Mil. Frank Kent I II
Tiart h'
Hrd Croat : ,
announced td.1 trim, In be elementary "" acberr.Th.la i . flower receptaclebockends and I I ta atUI*liter. CU Mr Kutrhfarttd '
Ibr chapter t a i h' 1 > include M .
i The cholarip where the .bU shortage of : topped bv ga.ly-paint- u a cirr wit rid lit preacher ,
Mr d Rotary: ('tub.\ nntoiUI' 1ST house of reprecenUtle ; teachers u in P10rlda0001'/ l ed bird. In the Wataga C wren! .,( I
W.-1n.-.d.) H. "It t j and 121 I Amos Lewitawarda The auto sellout bead Mid the Other slams made by Mr Bo- Oklahoma. offer whICh he all l I h""t + I
H"! CIOM 'p",1, 1' I Io They be filled: by com- elementary field offer, greaterelection 'land! are fringeUrted hula bride traveled by coffered majorIke
haH l dijUei{ in !>.<** let 'tW'iS dSt htW Ideaelle. .la.... aed eatl. I R.
JfgUUv.:' ':J.C' list pwtt y P. tofpre tegejhr weed u Test and Edward Tisdalefor 1
veer tV every doW' I .rl of ( ofChance pisi tin sad.. ranee ...... Lovebirda and bum- in 111 came to Key Weal where I 1J
In
:
to It to thl countr of repieiM the gaMeiship mbtI bird peal lilt eaoestet baa- Mr. Kuloh bald. a paatorate Ht
the rate we .oven. Park Pump Station MmFllera' loan .by uautOuAC *. MM east odd-alMi ceooMta and iii... KaMi wove active member I
h.< eat. M aslHe BodiesAn u eahaia.alii. are lgaaIn are md. to farm rteplMMHa ef Filet M tk 4lat Omuh I
we introduce Recorcr IIId to. ...to ropily then ..WfBtaM. and turtle. A before nwvlnf to Ukmu in the 1 'I Ii
V Pennlngtnn, alllfelor. traitor from Evertodea ; call or cancel I a year* note corpulent. coconut pig I I. tiled for Iff. ]
diairman of the Bl t ( NaUonal Paid headquarHn by I teochlng a year The house! and a penny bonk In addition to his wife. I! c' v i

Ik.&ign *t Hmpetlnd was proaeedUM aentte scholarships carry a S200 Begun M a hobby by Mr. Bo- Kisteb. learnt a aon, WeUryMieM. I I TOWN MARSHAL .. 1
silo Te, i cc-" d< t ,, tarvtca Friday to brlM out a year award Ml file Amos land when he we partially dla- two South Dad Ju 'r '' \IN .b..Ue. /If two MiMtt atudtfltjOienj. Lewi carries a MOO a year abled by arthritis, the. work with .f a0e | and sera .J A. J
f Commerce, told cof has, C. Howard Vkkery and award. coconut he* developed Into a WheUn of fort Lauderdale; and of Florida City .
.
txmi I tpoaearahlp. of Vernofl Eugene Gregory, killed Winner of the' $.80 Lewis. ttule. bualneia. Mr. and Mr. Bo. number of frandchUdren and yr > i
ComiMaalan .Mar. I when their light plane arholarahipt. met atlt'nII.r' land came from South Carolinaand free-t-cranddiBd :
pet'tion* this erae Into the' Ererf laiea throe of the three made their' home In South I .
.I- 'I !i iI craved atate-autjported Initiation RnUeet of Florida (II, stare 141 .d.f Dade Cevnty .
election I I Allapattah Gardens for ten
year
two TamtomI
miles nosMw..t of of higher learnhM.
I pantment by Dr C. r. Trail I Winner of the other two award before moving to their Redland Three Cleared! of Guilt since JilL B...lnr-., farmrr and property aware.Three .

pHlfiom brought by WlMfi swamp bui. <.M l weal am.I I can attend any accredited eollofe !1 rd homo oven yean ago. In Tomato Patch MurderThe yeara. \.U .aervlce. are year .._ *. If elected

I k..nrd. b.< Helarlan* j able to plough thrwlh to thedr.lh or un4vrlty" in the *Ute. your town marshal I will arne U the beat of lit, ability
I DEATII CLAIM KLUX KIVMr three Mlamletii held f- rquestioning
niwting. site. he heavy amphibian I Balky aid moat "f the scholarship In the death U I and In acrordanre, with low ordinance, lour fete lad I
- -
tractur sea loaded on a navy wlnnert the .
in pad have Frank Klk-h recently r.-
pume4* eUUon buck wvuied\ by attended the state school Only i 1 turned from taCroai Wi, where Rochelle Howe, Tampa woman Influence will/ be appr ....
Tisdale h j found murdered Feb M In a tomato 6 t
L. C Klrll..MII.nd / H Brew"ton 21 students are now using the the attended. the funeral of her
For Office of j and ruahed to the point on ...er4. to attend private actiool brother, Ray Howland. Mr Do.... patch near Homestead, werereleaaed Adnali.wm I
Mar t, report Con- (NM PoHilnl" & <)
Tamtam Trail neareit the crash. More than I.62J Florida land II
Edward Titdale student I who had never been to table Pete Iforgan. The Inves.ligation .
The tractor buUdoied .lit way have participated In the Florida 0 I
iraoall, of Florida I I1smn had planned to vlalt at will be continued by thetherifft I
a midenl. of through mud, water and aawfraaa > P'OIr11t1.in 1 M. Bailey reported the Klich home upon recoveryIr department, Morgan GET .
to permit recovery of the 1 hl,i dlnesr.BELIEVE '

('IIN runty, > 1141..-and..a... 0 bodlee from. the twiated. Mid torn I j said Released were. Earl Lcsl:eKrtll

A farmer and. / (u elaeMembera I J and two Cherokee Indian
I I"t'.nt. he we of the park crew talc I IT-ITS TRUE Jame O. Hammond and Joe fill 3 3g
Co.
mi part In the recovery wereEarl : Kilgore Seed
It'iynl Palm Ire to j Smith
[
a imull grocery .;,.u:1'I I Semintien, chief ranger, JII
I
land before movfec Smith, thief clerk, Frank
City where' 'he I Ie a Ifrnthorne, firecontrolman; Luther -I M py L1IE t y Modcllo Negro GuiltyOf More Comfort
owner .Jonea automotive mechanic: t First Dcjrrcc MurderA S. Flagler Near Krome
and Ralph Maxwell and .John f i.VAMILY
TUdale spent three ,
I Rohn, raAfera AIM In the party More Beauty
'
wrvlre during World I I MAN verdict of guilty of tint degree -
I
were three Everglades Oitlrtct I r murder
with recommendation
yrr of .It overate firemen. two member of the Value- Has complete( stocks of
wife and one eon\ j jSoitcr of merry wa brought In by More
highway patrol old two CAA II O p t the Circuit Court Jury' Wednerdat '" i iI
men m the rate of Dave Byrd Mo- I
I Chen 5 I t { 'dello nrg'o, charged with bludgeoning : -
For Homefttead : to death Clifford Walker I INSECTICIDES: .
Modcllo negro Byrd I.I expectedto :

A five-year jail' A: be sentenced to life ImprlMn- '. :
.. ;
drawn Wedneiday in Reliable 1 ment Rhothane ',
I Court by Irvine !lP .,MARRIED IN J939TO f t s r Mary Byrd, negro woman, was r
ami Beach for the ROSEMARY TDWNLEY. acquitted of complicity In the
D.D.T. Dust &
:: 6 Sprays
and w ring from the I tla>'lng. lltIA IBOUHII-II ,
Phslina Castor of / i DAUGHTER OF PIONEER I
Radio If it'g the most want
fepitter pleaded '. I i Repairs FLORlDlrVN. t you o Isotox ) .
Judge Ben C WilUid. Nurse!! lulled in Burma, for your money, the IU t7Ou'll .
want moat !II. .r'' I IToxaphene'
Ji\e hunts Of """rl.r ISpite. i i 1to 0d! Friend of Uitts ?f\\
TiioooU!It ,the
., wa arrerted L NO gum. ..4.4e I
spring. after ... The Rev, John H. Whitt, pastor Ire wit that outsmart re '... '
home*,of. number of Backed by .f First Baptist Church of Home- ewelUnnf' weather whilejiU XX (
dcnl. At that time he 1$ of experience. iteid wa a long-time friend of ncuranrB pattern Vapotone tj; );
near Homestead and years Mlu Selma M Maxwell! AmerU beauty add gmartneaa
can mlnlonaary nurse. killed lat to See
your gippearance Chlordane
i tunes<< of 'Jewelry were
o HAS
NOW 4UsrDY
til has home here WHit by bandit In Burma Mm -compare-and you'll i
i iWrn. Your !RCA Victor } HOME WITH R I Maxwell nerned Mr. Whitt In decide favor of wrinkle I

nacHo and Television TWO SONS,,. 10:0: when he became III In retutant WORTHCOOL [ 0
Earl: Clujh ) ; I i1 I wbRIICE I'I Burma, and accompanied hi!:' I I now at a new low price. FUNGICIDES:
}Dealer) yi JOHNAGt6
IteUlhn Are ,, from Rangoon to a London hoi ite
,AGE 6 I 11f11.1 and. then back to the Statea.
RehtttvW of ,Will'' I t o The ZtMtivtU nurse from Dithane Dust and Spray' 4
!Senatobia. NI.... .
high; w No dropped I II Dodd Radio & Appliince i ; wa fatally |i* "T
in -l eulda fitutpjy I beaten with rifl butt when the

.11 0' beftt' BMfhTV. ol in N. Kreme fhotw lit V yturt i A failed to understand. her captor.*. r e Copper Compound A
I1 i id l Home command. Ten native were shot
Mr. ClOgli. about. 74. | : and killed In in attempt to aid alt "53"
i lly was making lira I' i m G10' RjSEi ililRS I Mi. ,-* Maxwell o Copotox
I ..'"I '. Mr Whitt was advised of MiMaxneli :- '
1V E1'o an I I '* death in a telecran Sulphur Wettablc Dusting
IntNlYArd 1'MS tm; her nephew Or Merrill D,
WANT ADS) I I Moore, promotional secretary of 11"r.r

- -- -- the Baptist Sunday school boardat r Phone 63 or 814
Nashville! Pr, Moore aid the
body had been recovered for
burial' at Moulmeln, Burma. .' ,
? !tHrethe.and most
beautiful car

o Condemns 'a:


at lowest cost Excessive: Spending Pre-Cast Concrete I'.

Marianne! Mar. 8-FNS( ) F \
Swinging through West Florida loot; for The GetuiNorlhcoo' ,,-

4I Ash iP.e. r last week, George Smathen. ,' candidate Trademark

for the United State Senate Jfompfd 'fnuda The Coot' '
drew Utable crowd where- !
Window' Frames
and ever rainfulling he appeared despite cold I

? no punches Smathen' I
-
continued to hammer at the Jim Sharp .

record of Claude Pepper, and hit .
talks were well received !
He expressed hi Interest the Clothiers I !

little man" and pointed out that 1'A i I
when we spend more than we : II I
., r take In we certainly are not 32 S. Kfome A e.Ilameitead .
uJ helping the little m.n."All 1
that doe*.'. he Mid, "I.* .4. I
make the dollar he has earned (
J Phone 48fHomeCooked
e by working and saving nearly I
worthies*
I

I
I r
', '"'- a wine (e Food I feet


f >w ArM1 o.l. .a er 1r'
Fried Chicken a Specialty r I

S Hot Biscuits with All Meals

I Home Made Pie 1 .I

We cleae at I P. M. Swdaya
I t


I. -a-i- .. This car alone! provides the trim and! SLIM &. .AMY'S RESTAURANT : I

,: tailored beauty of Body by Fuhcr, at v. B. I Jet N of Hemeatead !%_ 1ST K j ,

lowest eats! this alone offen choir -
car a 14
I. I I
COSUI o( tho I finest> in lutomitic or ttanUarddrtvtt v
i FIRST.::and Fnest..at"Lowest+ s.
r 0 . at lowest cost! This car alone give

I" Chevrolet It the .nlf' tot thet brings yen thesa eehhndllid. featurest ' all tho advantages of Valvt- l-liead Engine: RALPH MATOUSEK r rI

I F i 'towed prices' . NEW STYLC-STAI BODIES IY TOMER NtW petftxalancaincluding the most powerful 1
TWO-TONI FISHER NTEIIORS( CENTEI-fOINT STEtRMO a CURVED t
i r WINDSHIELD with PANOIAMIC V1JIBIUTY LONGEST,HEAVIEST LOW. rnglite la Its tclJ 4t bets cost! Announces

50k PRICED at CERTI-SAFI HYDRAULIC BRAKES with Dvbl-Ufe rivet And so It goes through every phase of I

'has| 'linings IXTRA-ECONOMICA1 TO OWN-0PERAiI-MAiNTARmono. { car value; for only Chevrolet offengo
\: the opening of offices for < ; !\ to Fit Any Standard ,;I
I feature of highest-priced automobiles .
many .
.
1'OWEdJ.i AVrOMATIC'T1ANSMIw0N t
at the lowest priced) ref Opening
? *+ Trmumlnt Mf054 f..
0 Cask usisst.1 .
IfII/Itf .,... .. Dt tar PMd dr as Snow CMt Como ia and see the Chevrolet for >>- I i
The General-Practice of
slew
; first and finest a lowest coal ., '

;. I Livesay Window Co. Inc. :

203. N. Krome Ave, 2nd Floor,;Cares Bldg. ;, ,

BIRD .CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 237-W 30H. s. w. 28th ,LaM, Miami Phone 4)0'i

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107: N; KromeATe., Homcttetd Phone 98,, I 1 \:. : ...r',, . i i.E .., )

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\ NOSED r, ', ,I r'.1, 1 ,11 l 11 1 K r. w? Mar Add Marshall NEWMAN VCTlRVft TO' I'. A Fletcher Participating LEADER-ENTERPRISE e Friday Mar. 10. 1956-1; II
1:011': I lilt (.roarix ancaAni t'VI ' I Maneuver I
I lure,, .,il t the I.lalld (',it I, railer" Far Gold nan Tourney I Paul II Newman of IlomwMad FISHING NEWSBy Caribbean:
USN etorlrtrian mate third V1"tul'A. IVrriw 8 tml Given
OUT IN FINALS lh" ae4wn i IN don 1 )nil m theCinch. 'J' Ttrk Marshall nic HIM b*>- Gnat takM III. Mar. t-.Jeck
H In 41 I hail HI'I"'| I kubaii u-e. will augment Ube claia, V recently.. arrived male in IB Nor Ik FAOTITI a.4 DIm ... .,....., rftfefUW pap.otter ftrtm or Puerto Rkiin fllf- $<1M to March of Dimes
hilt atar a rdlkk, the Urswt peacetime
'1 OF TOURNAMENT nttMd tt point furce of the HomealMd AtUMart Maditarranian aboard the. M**** of HWMIIMMI. ...... UttM mtaauve r s tvw to be held In thuhiBilyliirt Attainment of ill gasp \ In the Mray game (lie draw 11the pith annual OeM Bad skip, 1MB Adrian attaea* to tH* aboard attack ttanapart U88pM4MaMw win illord combat Mln curd from Nell ofp Its 242
en topped the Sealing ki 92.29: kiurnamant which open Thun- Sixth rU' C While hi UM M.d. MIAMI >MAWI OCEAN Gltmoien ta tt*! eagetdrmMs. tar nuely 3MA0 mend ...ptti. for dill ..aNh of Dim"
Bj ALLAN LETT I.* Bill Home had nevrn (points day In Miami Maoagat Fred 1IerraneIn. Newman vitttod Au WHWHMt total envy'. navy and air fuss' ttM Bind.. .Item and. will 61- U nporttd. by PtrrtM Scholl!
The H. H. S. Grower t to lead lui tcamniiteiI Rhodei report gula. Sicily and Naples, Italy lwAM rwriMte war eseretall beta* en-i*s.e the muss to lie. lINt by The Mhool hM twntd 1414 ml'
nosed out in the finale of wn''I I The uw.i:s 1'111.\\ two men( onI The Stan defeated fort Lauderdale f* A*. I'M dueled in the CrlbbM. alas IfDIIMIItMI and tturittnt ai...- tile fund wMeb la believed to seta
ht Monday night In II. Mar 10 .Ittel:11: TiOS 1:11:
Clan B, I the all-star team-JacktPupe and a whMi will Include a mock assail eraS, both l land and cllTierbaaId. record' for Individual contrlbutkmi -
Group Klfht !
tourney 1 Bob Roper 44 game there Bob RojMr wa Mar.ll IM 11: 117: IM: .
.
[ 9'8 nd _awe of the Island of
HIGH SCHOOL
'Saturday night by South Brow- The following lenlor ended high man with 14 point*. Mar. 11 10: III: 130: 1ST:
ard' ai-31. The Growers were I their high school basketballearn Tr''day night, the Star tort Mar. II 4:10 4:M It:M It:44
;.led by. Jack Pope who .lad.. II.poInt& Saturday night" : Bob Roper "4 to QIIeII Cab la die fbwrth BEGIN BASEBALL M.r.14 1:13 l:. 11:31 114\ :
Bob Roper tot forward who cored M potato In the AAO. taurMment. LoU paced Mar. IS S-08: (:Si 11:10: :
ten. an oft eight with eight I thr.* game of the toumtf Jack the toen *IUt.n, of IT Mar. It I:H 1:17 ItrBO 1.01 I
point. Pope IS point; Bill Home( 18; ,.!!... I Pln tor the baaeball anion Mar 17 7:IS 7:87 1:14: I:37AM
I The Grower hid beaten Delray KennyOravra.ll: Senowtlter. an under way at Mometd and nA.IDa amrw Lend hand in
and Key.West to gain \the final I Radland blab achool A tentative a helping
eight Jerry Cox preen: "Boy Sin- next year will be James Watson :.::..-. .. .
J South Broward had an cutler I OlIN, seven; Jams Booker. threw, urea point. and Carl Norwood,I team wa lined up at Redl and loW.... ... . ...-.. *'
time_with Redland I and Saints and Joe Keriy, two Returning aiK point thl* week and schedules are being .Pear ...... Urhl .lAM
I worked out at both achool ....... kw, Sae jiB
t .' .. _...AM ||
The Redlamt lineup Include: :=": .K'-- AlNilrow REDLAND DISTRICT'SRED
K feri _.<. **
pitcher! *-Ixik* Benaon Ray King * !2u
Jimmy Alexander and JimmyMackey **"*+. nm,' kW I..t..' -:::- AM J3l

j e.tchere-Rol.nd Var- .m'....k..*..k KIT...Un.. .*........... AM RM Art I Just Arrived flier and Oougla Johnson, first M<4MM awe. ... ... .. .AM .KTtmvlOT >.
.. .
baaa-Bob Modey; second baae-- Sail:
...
'wt M.I.nwM K N It AM a MU CROSS DRIVE
Ctrl Motley; third bue.J..kOeclller ..WI.UM I.?, .ftorfcta tr ales>
: fielder*-David Jensen" I. .... M.M* Mrt a flails IUr tar
.... .
.
.It aW to lIa.w. rc
Charles WIIlI.ml.nd
Jimmy Marker.
New Shipments of Kenny Jone: hort-lop ringing new for .the part week
Johnny Ellli and Billy Bigg ass good 1 but most ol the report ..
Johnny Fill\ team captain, Mere from out Of town fteher
wi voted the taut .ceaimn* bee men Nice cliche were made oft!
shortstop by Dad County high the bridge and some excellent GIVE !
Nitrate of Soda tt'hooIell..*. Game will be one on the reef.
scheduled tar Tuetday and Friday Lou of large mutton snapper nat
*. and grouper\ are being taught on v 0 1
the patches. Only a eoupl of
i R.".!R. \\AND! I.OKES day this part week were food ,
for this kind of fishing. :
After triumphing to 23 over Fishing the reef, ai some peo
I Nitrate of Potash Getu Mar I. the R1IS. Dtamondbtek pie arc doing with t skiff and + : a
went down to defeat outboard I I. risky, and anyone
27 to 23 before South Droward fishing tltl way should make ,
Thursday night mr the weather report U favor
able for that day. CI

and a Brand New Form of Nitrogen U.US. to Open Baseball! Trout" fishing I I. till good but Mld
urn I got Into full wing yet
I Season Mar\ 17 in Miami
Report of :20 to 40 come In with
\ which be added to other of only four or five. It
may foliage sprays, particularlyon homestead High< School base Tie great humanitarian
seems to be a mailer of bring par
ball 'team will\ open the ...-
I limes and atoradoi: lion with a game In MiamiIIRlnll' at the right if plait at the rightlimowhich poses cl) the Bed Cross need a
Just'" about true
Miami. Tech on Mar It.|
) DuPONT'S NU GREEN The Grower will play Miami 'of all fishing helping hand from everyone.
Beach thereon Mar 23 Miami '
High here on Mar 31, Geiu High Welcome\ Wagon Service /I When we give to the Red

here on Apr 6, Key Went High Described for Lions Cross we help ourselves and
,
: i Florida East Coast Fertilizer here Apr II; Gnu there Apr, II, REDDY KILOWATT
Co.
r South Broward here Apr. 21, Speaker at the Redland Dlirlct Your Ekcttic Servant help the community.
Manufacturers\ of Redland there Apr. 25, Redland Lion Club Tuesday night
Mr Tho, Champney1 a, local
here ,
May 9 and South Broward were
: ; "REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS" there May It \ locteaa far Welcome Wagon Service Help complete the drive by
and Lion Q Novotny of
Four date for ;
are open Darnel
Phone' 16 Coral Gable who made an appeal making your contribution as
Henry R. Pridgcn. Mgr\ Homestead. Fla. to be scheduled, according t.Coach *.
I Paul L. Worley for the current American
soon as you can.
.
--.l Red Crow drive
hi I Mora than one hundred call r
\ have been made by Welcome f3tldi7
1.
....
Wagon during its tint year In the '
I If
I .. community, Mr*. Champney said. ; "R, S. CHANDLER, Manager
f'. Theaim of the service, which I II.ponlOOred ,
w ,.< f .... by city official and (
1.I local\ business houses, I Ia t '" people tho feeling that their community -
I I. interested In them and FLORID,!, pOIVI1lGBT( COHPJUT

wo are happy to offer this conventional type the eventful happening of their : )
t live, the (pointed.out Cnlln, with '"" . .?
1 \"Yf'H t, '., ...... ..t1t..1 e ; .. ... .t 1fr aecampanjriiiC" ga aUM *bd ,gifts ., ast.hle a 'ar.aaer'' ,j t' irw, V .* ., .' H:" M raMa .aw' '_
: -: rl .. tram the sponsors, art male on .
ewtomer. new home owner, ., ,0:;
new mother, girl of 10, engaged -
girls and bride*.
Mr Novotny pointed out that
! Did Counltan each year receive 'IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY" By
services of greater monetary vnlm 'H'I
than their contribution to the UT& S NOVI-5n>?INGWING OM1sMOM7311ATbQ-YQP/

Red< Cros Not called upon for 7bGGli 13011.SNSERT'PLUGMAViN< YOU / AR07 .
hurricane or 'other dlna ter relict REMOVE i-runw-new POOR ALVII. MAD A
.ill part year, the organiutlon QEVOIUnONSErrANEraET M I tNa
gave It* major service to ex- NRVOUSDREAKVOWN.)1l
l service men and their families, he ald. THIS 60Mi 4R? f ouR
ONO ON 116 ono QfLTRAINRfly

t rB Seek Kefuge to Rave

Remnant of Key Deer l troumf I MECHANIC} DO
!
\ Establishment of refuge! to M.LN t r r
eave Florida 23! to (0 Key! deer VVLIRSfT1Mi
now making a last-ditch stand
1 t 3J on Big Pine Key and adjacent

b.l ilanda, la asked by Regional
Director Jame Silver of the b CRIVRolltRpcGQ2gJ
, United State Fish and Wildlife
Service; The deer ipecle 1 I. bout + nri y rx
i
25 Inches high and weigh between 'Yh I QIOGctrAnLt
40 and SO poundi
The 10000 acre over which t
the deer range are largely privately

j I; purchase owned, Silver and**available y*, However for 1919 Mercury\ Club Coupe

j j'L he point out that the wild life i
ar service ha no,fund to buy the 1949 Oldsmobile door Sedan I
+ tract and no other federal agency
II authorized to buy land for
-rbitaae such a conservation program 1918 Chevrolet door. Seda n
\ Acquisition of the tract for a 1
i I Key deer refuge wa advocated
1916] Nash ,4 door Sedan ,
bl J. N. (Ding) Darling at the -
: : ; !I'I' \Inception of the national wildlife 4.

: III refuge program, Silver lay. 1917 Chevrolet 2-door SedanWe
1 I III II ;i II Moat serious threat to the .
; i deer art the almost inevitable
I "II I . We have waited a long time for subdividing of Big Pine Key, still have a few food lined Truck on hind. Come II
poacher, and the powlblllty of
1; I Ii i.I ii j. the Speed Queen factory to build drying up of the water hole In In and look them over.
II'' I this model, but here it is at Jut! the coral rock, he *ayt.

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TheLeader.Enterprise nututituiipiI J : rouArii aecMiea ceuneti President auggealed tkt the tMeM pet- 'etarted wruun two or mmmontha. U Homlq myhellt run ores 4-LEAUER-1 NILR'IU t. Friday, Diar10.1960Crime
I I' He I ." the moat popular>> parka. In .
Howard L. Johneen aeked' a report tarn be marked on In* ttetd. [
it th* neat meeting from UMcommittee. recommended that the Mr .**. I Oanu etener Bird Aid that county when all of the 'I .
I Mayor Uvtogeton. utlon department make on* or th* gdenie! area tttiut on the 'bay. are instated." Comm diNJ of Greater Miami
...... Ie It" I Ir. 20 Years Ago Police Chief W. r BrM..." and two weakly I pIcla......* el the rerUliaer I South el the peed, II will. 701 Itfecaync "}kig. | '
Councilman Wetter Welaa At b*gi diaoarded hy the I.t tint include *|i area of approximately SPEAKER SEES Miami 32 Florida '

tar seer tiu. .......... Wm' MueaeJwhlt*. 1 dusting compeolea using the field. one and half acres ,
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u tae teau.e eeae 01 i .
00' ,, oM t.I..,k IM. MarI ...se I t.. IeLw awn w Is s.1 ..noelaw VnclaJr' Refining Co. will be The cuacU voted< C.pay. ..... I the country Ywi uliutild get .behind ,
re eN me Sm. anted k l riu will be
I .. ...... Jw poet WAWO Indemnity" toning refuUUeo and occufUenal *- ta other onanty p
tees.
e..w-d the authorlUca SION OF GREATER MIAMI
M ..... M* sseeS on. n. tni.'Redland bond to Incur the nit/. again Ilea. tee I In order to permit -I eund. proper aaohave .
111M Sea p..sS e.e.eelea damage In Irutatting and operating : Vaughn Tunnel homestead "Beciua of the natural and a place for bluer of beans \
y.s AJIL awed. Mee. U. 1111.'IIlIIlIlmmmlllllfIIfIII""IIIUlnn. the lour propoMd plpeUae polio victim, la. operate an eke man-mad dllI'kttrIIUeI ef te com and other produce 1 1 1 Regular, $10 or more CM****. .0 Arso iat.e,
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XAfclMlI LPAWAICimtmaoM.. from the company plant et II B j,Weal repair shop at the rear of ,I perk" Bird Mated. "It I II quite I "You have I radio. program.I :J Contributing, $26 or more s'etias $1 or more
UM It to the fttlleat"
( 11I1 W fourth at to the railroad. his horn at TO N. W. Sixth at1 evident I that the fennel openingor I I I the D Institutional' S600 or more pmllt>iel
nepreeenUng Keyr
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1tAUtI I Rental was act by the city at The waiver war ranted on a dedicatory program ahould b* upper

et'p1'r'r UUt UUtIn 4-H Girls won lint 1100 year. yearly b...*. 'j jl i(called Martn Day at Horn. ](I Chamber of Tavernier of CoINRerte.I invited. PetHefriKUla the I endow!' the aura of $... ...........as duw for one year.
_. . i iI. prtr ffllf'h.* beat fourth-year. The council took under advisement i l Volunteer firemen'a salaries for lead Bayfront Park' I I Redland' DIMM Chamber. 'eginning this dale As a member, I will endeavor
lIMo o ea/h l 1 sae? exh'blt' at Dad County Fair reoammendaUoni by MUM II fires and three
fighting would
.. graaa
"A Suggested program I
o..wed" "."".: "' ...... 'IM. Prim winner were: Carol Hen- aclwhlte that no new project be other biases in February WM reported -I, Include! motor boat and Mil boat I Upper loin with Key the chamber Marathon' In apon-and ) secure at least one new member .
I Jr- IUI..d : dereon, Katherine Cast Helen undertaken without approval of at lISt by Fir Chief Elmer race: from other county parka, I' Bering the annual fishing tournament

Grunwell Margaret Delaney majority vote and that a pur- Sullivan. February cash. fine* I terminating at the Homestead which will begin on >atc.... .... ..... ...,._......... 19_....... 0
r:....... .. M.m ..a race Anne Turner, Mary Fisher Eleanor chasing system be established I of $829 were reported by Police park, a musical program featuring May 6. The Key Weft chamber.

,4.14.a, 7IWMM ::..:-ts:.e: Holferty, Agatha Carter Sara Miuaelwhlte and King were appointed Chief Brantley. Coat of feedingprlaonen bands from the schools of the also I Ia Invited to Join lah.. Print) Name....................................................._...........":...
a, UN. Henderton and Dodd Koael. ." a apeclal committee to I wa f 191. Redland District and other areas I tournament\ aald.

"PrltM for manual. training work out plana 01h.* county, abort talks by j .1uslneM Atkll'ess........ ...........................................,.....".....
the four
"Each of aponaorln
'Khlblt at the Dad County Fair The council accepted the bid rfDonotan BAY PARK : member' of the commia-
ThoughtsBy were won by Bobble Crow. Barney Motors, Inc, to furnish I Non and leader ror"h* South I group. would have to contribu lesidence.........................".........:_....,.....,.............._......010. .
I6d to tournamnthat
$ on
put a
I Waldln and Utter Smith" I four-door Plymouth sedan for I (Continued from Page One) Dade County area and some sort would draw nationwide ai
Annie Mayhrw HUpatrkkIf I 'John Harvey DelU, former polio department UK, Donovan vice building la M per cent complete of barbecue or flab try to end the tentlon". he inplalned. 'La'

culture meant knowing a few Florid City resident . died at and Lawrence Motor submitted featlvlUea.Supplementing. I year'i tournament coat $3250 bi
thing thoroughly I /file home In Uwtaburg, W V,., bids of equal amount but Donovan Special study hal been givento the affair .t'' we had 809 entries from S
Rather than knowing many I I on Feb. M. ." war given preference: be. facilities for outboard motor' the park there would be two motorcades states a* well ai from Cuba Canada Redland Plumbing Supply
thing but slightly! "Th engagement of Miss Thel- hit bid assured Immediate delivery enthuilatt The county commitsinners one originating In the Puerto Rico and Naaaau
Then each of'III should exerciseears ma Rind to Carl S. Anderson was Mcnben: decided to keen and the parka department Key and the other in Miami land w* brought rn'R1hoUIIh(
choosing announced today at a meeting of 'he old police car instead of tradIng eventually decided: that the belt both meeting at Homestead forth J people to the Keya"Alio 280 So. Krcmc Aye. Ilomcbtcad. Phone 511J
and the home of it In.WII". possible location was on the north final trip eastward toh.*
I What to lake acrloualy the Chatter Club at pnaent from the Kc
what to take lightly. Mr*. Paul Reynolda ." chairman of the airport side of the canal when the Jetty park area. chamber were Henry Boxaarc*
Mr.. and Mr. Jay 8'mona are convnlttee, mid that It war pro- extend out Into the bay 'We' do not Intend to let our ,of Tavernier and I* L. Buck Complete Line of Plumbing ,
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posed to close permanently tho Here", Bird .said "we plan to
announcing the engagement of Interest wan after the dedication I lew of lalamorada who teen
The CurtainA heir daughter\ Luella Irene, to esd-west runway at the city build ramp facilities when trailers and formal opening of the tloned additional business th I Supplies Galvanized Pipe Fittings I
airport In the Interest of be down to the ,
Huch Kavney, Jr" of Mi aafety can run bay park" the commissioner added tournament bring to local ga I ,
.rr'om. Safety action had been asked at wateri Thea facilities will be .It I the Intention of the stations,
dim and Dent robe amt." 1 county restaurants etc I
the previous meeting by Utilities reached bv automobiles over the
conrxnlaaloneu and the department Also Introduced Davit
Ii park wen
fettling over meLatt
"A ion, ,Albert. Jr.. Wit born I
]Superintendent Gordon W. Ivey road onh.* north aide ofh.* encourage .
year I found to through Rive of the Puerto Rico department
to Mr. and Mr Albert H Hln- .
who said that low endangered canal and will be,
1 could hot hearTh Hunt'i I I flying a paaaaga-way co-iponorahlp series of community of agriculture who I II Ir
man on Mar 12 In Mra. the city-owned light and I cut through to out.
ticking of the tloeILTh. ." I Jetty five program with the help this country studying mark Unrproc.du
lloapltal water plant. Weiss reported that boards seem to the canal chan
of churches, civic and fraternal ,
bolot I # blood : :
year u+ a
"Mr. and Mr: Lerov French of CAA It "much concerned" over nel and the bay south of the and
I club of
organ'iatlona youth
Perched on a 11mb near by. I
I 4oranja are parent* of a ton born the Inadequate marking of landIng jetties It la expected that worken .1.11'0
the Itcdlandi. Swim meets, flah'ng
With throat open mouth and put'inc I I Mar. II In Mrs Hunt' Hospital""J. pattern at the' airport and the outboard facilities will be tournament\\anrf other epochal- ir: I'I AD'H'L Lt r Sec Us Also for

Hn tent hit song to heaven II. Roberta la recuperating: ." a event should tend to make )VANT Al Lawn..
nut it could never penetrate rrc-on an Illness at his home I '

Th silent curia nTh "Miaa Bernice McEwcn Wit 4f'Jei. _ '
old familiar aounda have honored with a aurprlae party on VeteransMake o I Sprinklers
long line \anlnhfl!!, her birthday anniversary ." "
Th chirp of crickets and the "Mr. Ole Petersen and daughter As You BuildInsulate

round of barking doge, \ Shirley, are recuperatingfrom e
The carl that |l"I'tIt upon the recent lllnena ."

road "Mr.' and Mr*. C K Buttcra of \ Your Reservation Now .
Even the high pitched trill Itlamorada announce. the marriage o Beautify t Plastic
Of children laughter : of their daughter Loretta I
Can now be heard to O F. Purdue of Atlanta .." For a Barber-Built
Alone In I Garden Hosegalvanized
mtmoiyOn The Rev H II. Sturgis, founder -
compensating thought. IIfhe Homestead! Baptlat Veteran's Home
Outweigh my lotus: church, It critically 111 In the Waterproof With
Th Mailer who dd lend e,
Masonic Home In St. Pet.raburl. -
Sound and hear'ng . .* .I

Still In accent speaks clear to me Mra. n J. Shepherd wi One block of homes row under construction, Fr batter performance( ;

And full of elected president of Longvlew longer life and iaf.
underilandini ty,pro
It seem that I can bear Him Club, Mr. F W Hnn vlctprraldpiit. land title c'caring: (Under way for many more.Veterans' IK;!your corwithomodern,
Better than befoi' : and Mn W. D Shetz- /Nul AwIc Pipe
weatherproof ,
-Nell K. Walker line, aecretary ." Administration financing on terms : garage
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W. "* on ABC Budget Pay-
$300,000Continued : of nothing down and $15 a month payments ,.ty mess Plan exactly' suited to e
your Income. No red tap.
( on Page Four) -lower than rent. //1Z p'.S' Start poymtnH when lob la
l a 1end purposes a* itI\ not equippedwith ; Lawn 11'Ilnl.hedComeln'odoyond \ owers

baffl., ;5 ; t M* our garage plant-no -

After liacuwlnn of the feaal - I Ind obllglltlon.,
.,w1'1f. (...-:!11 up.. rodrrw .,... ,
municipal UK recordayitem and j h U / lr.m'i:

employing I full-tlir tall aaeaor ,
( the council voted to retain '*Altlt- .\\GtD' FOR Crocker Lumber Co.
Incumbent W B Cave on part- .
J time baal until the !beginning of NON VETERAN: HOME CIHJ>LKS

r: miner the new IiI year on Aug 1. Phones 62 and 813
r thrtimllotlena \No vote wai taken on a recommendation .
of Finance Committeeman ,
aK
,' Ernest C. King \h.th.* city
'employ Wilson McCune and Co., I
Miami tax revaluation engineer,
sea to *npral.* all homestead. real 11. O. Bal'bEI'GI'NEUAL
estate and act up the Ux records
tyUtm King Aidh.* cot would
I be $7,000 to be paid over a four
year period with one-third down. : CONTRACTOR wl. THtricrNrrazz
II* reported that Kdw. L. Kroiu (
and Walter 1L Jones of Home- ,
Licensed and Insured
Homestead 176-W
o9c [ Head I had filed application for the -I'h.
poet of tax assessor, and recommended tl
1 I the employment of
Kron, After Informal d'scimlon' I
It's Time-Tested!
f council member decided to continue
1s 1e Ih* practice of having apjpllcanta .
meet for Interview with I When you build-renumber. The Insul-,

DIXIE DRUG I the Approval entire munch war voted Mayor ROOFING, ALL TYPESNo Mastic Laboratories guarantee InsulMasticlan

e demented jfjxlngrton'a recommendation for oil-base material, for t ten years againstall
Let give estimate the
Thins at FU.M* PclInru the rearpolntment. of Officer jobs too large or too small weather conditions! Insul-Mastic is applied us you an on
John
a Arrant R If Worley, Gee
u _ __ ___ Keffcr Donald Sullivan and Tom Repairs. Modern equipment.. to a trickness equal to 15 coats of terrazzo 'and tile work in your new

Vann to the police tore, Insured and appro 'd. ordinary house paint with especially de- ,
e I A uniformed I policeman will be in
Benson Electric: Services stationed at the llamealead school signe l "fr compressor spray guns by skilled building or modernizing your ,
ground for the traffic safety of For contact call Uroaker's 62 or 813
I workmen. Insul-Mastic covers nny surface: present home* Craftsmanlike work
Radios & Refrigerators the puplla, until the appointed .
s committee bring In an official B. M. MOORE rough or smooth. Available in white or

rrlnrcUn Ph. Ii) l'I closing recommendation of N. W, on Second the requested av*. between I beautiful 'pastel shades, Insul-Mastic is guaranteed. Many patterns of material

--- Fifth and Sixth atreeta, thee dusted with a protective coating of mica to choose from.

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,t Mrs. James C. Venn, Mali. Mia Sara OetejtalM Mt ,*.**... Mil. laM N. ....5 II ...eer. Mr aM Mss Sam tteiareto LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Mar. 10. IWrt -*

pridol of the. V. F. W. AIMillarlea day ai.>**.>i>i tr her ..*.. III riaytNsm. ait. lltaaai at .bet .liaise .ham MIUMMCIft their hem In
eefwde to leave Mr II BwiMsviU. Oa, mr" a vM an Csueul ... Sit *** MaraliWW vial. are di wdntb MM to Qfbe i Xandolph Gamer, Key Weal; ,
for an ...... Mt.. to the M* here with her couetna. Mr 4.1 IhtayeMd aluassrnallti. ."_. rseenWithnsS ) -I Owls: Cooper, Welheraftetd,
In and Around My to Japer. Mr. V.m ate MtM* H.*aU a d Aa JISM Meet o< AM, Oe., laMaktaf C Dn.; Clifford Paacoe, Detroit

Plaap to vl.. .D.. Y1Maaa' Ht ....... Mope .his. .ho.w .bar with abroSwlnlaw Mr. .** Mrs H. P. Milan el8t ,I
plUl .t Lake a.,. and sister Mr Mi Salty mbrri and Mrs. kMila are spending the ft,
Welter. pkvia. owner and. op.. and Mra. Tatmadfa ConneU A. U Mai. Un at Fort Myers sriivnl tar H--.eI.. I e '7
I Homestead Charles Bnejutet U out aped enter el llasnlnnl* Tre.lag Po .. WNtnowLix to visit Mr, and : ,
after en WHOM that lasted seven .be been III to Jams Anhe. Mr and Mra. L. P. SatimUN Mr. Waller C ....ta. Guests IN.MINpN..1NNYNIIN.NY.N.JAMES AKfJHBk tMITII
week Smith HoMl liNt StM4y. or OaUlM. O,, sad ..... and Mrs Sunday ait the Dads noire were HOarnAL News
r Mitten FlndkaT' and chlMran ot Mr. BaaU't brotbar-ln-Uw wad -................................. ,
Mr and Mrs. Wm. K. Walton Mr. and Mr. J. "Johnson of I MM! McNeil of Regina. Sakttchewan Mr. and Mrs Jack td.nIiaU+ ') Mat...*. Q.., have returned paler, Mr. and Mrs Warren, B. Birth Service
I ot SunvnervUle, Conn., art parent 137 N. W, Feet ave. have bought Canada, end That. M. hare arrived from UnlveraHy nMiasteatppl home after a volt with Mr. and Beach of Miami, and the Beach To Mr. and Mr Harry WrtIh\ Immediate
of a eeven-pound dsushaq the residence of Mr. and Mn. McNeil of Jsrvis, Ontario, Canada to Fpend the umme Mr.*. O. W. DrtWrt 01 Nar aja, houae. t U, Mia Mary KIKard. of Homestead, a aon sit Mar. I.
., ten Tuesday for their horn. hers Mr. Marshall I'I a pea or Mrs. Driwwra WM a patient In and Andy Kllfard ol Bit Sprit. .
Nancy, who wu born Mar. 7. Mr. John Heuer ot Kings Highway. To Mr. and M... Mttthew J Reasonable Prices
Walton la a awn ot Mn. W. K.Walton after a visit her with their broth Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Marshall VtHorla HospMal over the weekend Neb. The Kllgardn who are Theme of Panda City a son or
of Redland rd. Mr. and Mrs. R Palau ol er end .lIt..tn.l.w, Mr, and and Mr. DrlMera U 11lit\ a.ndhlllhe 1Il.1I ,in Miami re.BUICK Mar. 4 I

North Carolina have bought the Mrs I, A. McNelU. Mrs.. E. t. Dyat t left by plan their home. To Mr. Md Mr*. Jam** Hill ol Workmanship
Laban' Blahop house on N. W.2nd I Monday to \Mt In San. Diego at Miami, a Ion on Mar, /. Quality
Carter hat told { HEAD SEES
Mrs Lucille
aye near Avocado dr. Theireon Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Greet an the home of a sun-ln-law and Mn E J. Graham of PahoNee. To Mr. and Mr. Theodore Pannell
her home at 328: N. W. Fifth awe and daughter attend ichool remodeling their horn on Nan daughter, Mr. and Mra. W. W. arrived, Wednesday to axcompaajr of Homestead, a, ton on Mar,
to Mr. and Mr* John S. Elliott tome her children, Joe Diana, sa yhl
her and Mr. Persons li a driveron ranja rd. Crawford GOOD OUTLOOK I,
of Qaffney, S C.. who have spent the Greyhound bua line. Susan and Melinda, who had been raUeali ENGINE OYEtlUCT. Jsr

the put four winters at Southern Mrs. C. D. Schwlne, mother olMrt. Mr. and M..... Fay Benson Gf visiting In Nsranja at the homeof Surgery-Mrs. Louis Schnor- o

hat Pine moved tourist Into tourMfi.the Webb. Carter Mrs. R. U Godwin of Sebastian . Ernest E. King, ten thli Groton, N. Y. were overnlch an uncle and aunt, Mr and FOR BUSINESS but,, Mrs. Orcella Scarlett. Mrs. ftRABJt, SERVICE
apart f former Homestead resident, week to spend the Easter hone. guest at the A. J. Van Mara Mrs. Fred J. Fuchs, Jr. Wlnnl Hennlrurton, Norman K 0
Ninth and
menU on N W it, MOTOR TOJI-OT
arrived Tuesday to visit here with West Avocado dr. Monday Jr. Homestead JameiLanalroU
her brother-in-law and (liter. day with rcUtivei in Birmingham home on Mrs. Roy Cavender li 111 at her Detroit "'ar. I Weighing the Coffin ; 0
her eons and d.Ullhte..ln.l.w.Mr. Richard
and Chittanooga. will Influence busl- Bonamw
fnrlors thAt
Mr. and Mrt W. E. Lewis and home In Naranja MONT END ALIGNMENT !
Mrs. T. J. Godwin and J
and Florida
children Sidney and Anita, have Incas in I9M, Ivan L Wiles, vicepmldmt City o
Mr and Mn. Barney Godwin, Mr. and Mr W. M. llenkcl Mrs. Catherine Plckard remains of General Motors and Medical-Martin Fowler,. Lap
moved Into their new home on I Mrs. l>e Freud spent the weekend rAlNnNOBODY t
N. tilth .U ,, her mother, Mrs. Bessie Sanderson of Cooper rd. an building a new. about the same at the has In Miami at the home of a nenc-rnl manager of Bulik Motor don Carney, HomestNdi W. C o
and other relatives, Berry Curtis Lee, Goulds: MrsAda .
horn on Naranja rd. plUl here. ton-ln-Uw and daughter Mr. division boJlevet hat all evldene AND rENDCR
clearly points to a better Veal Jerry Patterson Ml-
Mr and Mn. Robert Bratwell Mrs M. W Dunlap returnedthis Mn. W. W. Bethea and daughter Miss Alphlld Johnson of Wood and Mrs Brian John Lee Lewis and their year than 1.... Bualness prospects REPAIRSEAT o

and two-year-old ion, Rodney week to her home In Headland Mist Marilyn, spent the bury, Conn. and Mrs Gorden of say now, Mold, are far more ts' up to an outlook that Buick dl'l\\" COTEtS '
Lamar, have moved Into their Ala, alter a winter visit week-end In Lakeland Miami were recent t.Urfl.t th Mr and Mr. Dill Hank huts rumble than they were a year in will achieve their top sslciobjectives. I
new' horn at N. E 11th it. .n4) hen with her aon-ln-law .ndl A, J. Van Marter home MMHollliter . and aim t'l110LlTEaINO
moved here from Adrl Car ,
Fifth-eve... daughter, Mr. and Mrs H. L. '' Mr. and Mrs Daniel Ollva ol Sage, former Home. ire making; their home with Mrs.Hanka' . Wile iointed\ out that purchaM Among other points, Wiles 0
Brown. Brooklyn, N'Fare, expected ta lead resident, war cared for In patents Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Inn power In 1950 I I. 60 per tent intlflpoted IBM an Rn ** Hta VNDtRCOAtlNOroictiAiNima ,
Mh and Mn. Feral Ritter and
arrive this week-end to make Mia Johnson' home for avers Siiiwi-e Mrs (Hank Is the (ur- neater' than In 1040. Individual )ear for the autonM' >bile ImtuMrjr. e III
daughter Mill Jodi Uolender I Miss Mary Reboots Citlesple of their home in the Lawrence yean after Mr. Sail.'. death. nor Nlsa Rode Sincure. Having are .t t record peeks, Incomes It will lie noi" competitive, tht Aw
Into the homo Franklin la home guest of
moved' Saturday Ky. a
1 levels
continue nt high ,
W.; Mowry It. Mr !: market mow selecttva\ and a rteurn 0LUBRICATION
> of Mfi. O., W.: Calkint on Palm Mr and Mn. Howard I.. 'John. apartment on
i Oliva U a IOn of Mr. and MrtS . Mr. and Mra. Hugh Hawthorn Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rumph, and the year will set distribution ot seasonal trend. after sunsrears
_dr. _west_ of Florida City. son Oliva'of SOT W. Mowry (U of Deruyttr, N. Y. were week who have been visiting In Mo- if almost three billion dullan In absence. will require more 0GENERAL "
u end guests of Rev. and Mn Idle, left Wednesday to returnto ,leterani' Insurance dividends, be nimbleness and agility on the REPAiISe +
Lou Ann and Linda Ivey, Northrup of N. E. Uth st Mt their home In Niles, Mich.Mm \ rid Demand 'for new car, as part l of the automobile Industry11f : e
of Mr, and Mn. Goy end Mrs. Ernest Parmatcr Gf pvlilcnctd by sales In the first COMPUTE: : BtnIPER-TO.Bt1MFER .
daughter *.t o fy r I K11//1/**.**i
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don W. Ivey, underwent tonsellectomlca :. LocI I, N. Y. are camping at tin C. T. Corrlgitn, houseguest two months of th* year, continues SERVICE '
I Tuesday In Jackson Memorial Noithrup'i home i of Mr. and Mrs. H. H 'it a record level REDLAND CLUBBy o ;
Hospital In Miami. graham of Natanja, left Wednes I These things" among others, BUDGET. PLAN'' IP nllllUO-
Jack Flynt and Fred Smonl day tu visit relatives In SI I imitcnd a big year for the auto- : nETTJUN ('RAPTlga PAT AS YOU II'LWIltCItU

Mr, and Mri. a Wayne Berlin have returned by plane from r. Petersburg lx>fure returning tu mobile indusliy In general and .elesseeIrllaltIThe o
1 1e left by plane Sunday for their business trip to Sanford. her homo In Oultlinore, Bulrk In, particular, Wile said members ot the Redland SERVICE
after a visit Selling more fully automatic S
home in Beaver, Pa,
in Modello at the hornet of Mr Mr and M... R. B. Lee anc Mr and Mrs J. D lluffmnn tranimlulon equipped can than tailor High 4-M Club have \been
tt 7d's a and Mrs Casper Wllllamt and two daughter have moved front and Mrs. Huffman's mother, AareNary any other company In the Indui- d long practice Judging during
Mr, and Mrs Dan Williams En 100 S. W. Second ave. to theli Gwlnn, all of Elkton, Mich, try In IS49. BuUk's position was heir club meetings for the partIwo W
home at 810 N. E. Fourth being extremely favorable ; weeks. Each member' bake Bird Chevrolet Co.
ai
route home,' Mr. and Mn. BelInwill new were weekend !Runts of Mr. pictured It the Feb.
a cake and brought to
visit friend In Washington, eve and Mrs J. R. Rutland. The via for 1150.Rcpesting !
favorite thMl'.that .I I tncetlng at which turns wiudded .
t' O. C.ws. ton are spending the winter In H W N. Krom Ave.Pbne J
.... Mn Paul Middleton of tndianapolli Urgn, Fla. I' you can't Mind still-you either each otheri' cakes and Ilemestead. Fa. I
and children, Carol Am or down", Wiles confiilontly : hen enjoyed eating 1h/ c'Xel :
go up
li the
Perhipa recreating most common e II .,
I fruit
punch
and David, have arrived to vlsi Joi. NupoUkv of Earl Rock- predicted that Buick would and drinking
lodiacretion The. natural result ofoveratlog o
;dietary At Feb. 13 meeting w.
Mr. Middleton'l mother, Mn N. Y., has o Completely new styling, our
i Long 1 eland, | up.
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(is obesity. It hat beta laid that we I sway visited two dross shops and looked 22 Years With
I Elva Tyler. The closing ot the I arrived to look after his properly the wide acceptance of Dvuaflow,
..la America eat ourselves into t premsturegnes i Indianapolis schools on etcoun nlerfiti here Mr. NapoUky I.a li the continued Improvement of at dresser mad of the newel ChevroletMlle 1 L*:
The pendulum then frequently swings of the coal strike made possible II former resident of the Red. performance, and plans for peak materials and learned about tht ,
pack to the other extreme. We go on a diet. 'the Mlddletons' visit here new ands. production are factor that add special care which should) bi
taken of these fabrics. Special!
diet wouldn'tkeep I Mr. and Mrs Shelby Finch. 1,1'
Many iclMmpoied reducing i
sister-in-law of Mrs notice war taken of the rev'
a bird alive, and often serious ,vitamin miners!, pod l brother Tyler, have and returned to tlltli! spring styles and colon n27 .

t 1, protein deficiencies rtiult.In home In Bedford, Ind, after, Buick's Newest Riviera Several girls ot our club haul( e .
I entered articles In the 4-H e.<
recent jresn great strldci baT been mad In out visit at the Tyler home.
maintenance of / habit at the Dade County Fair. t
knowledge of nutrition For the optimal
health one must be assured that proper balance of viriou Mr. and Mn Jimmy Hasps r

foods 1 it maintained. For dietary aivic* of any kind ice of Fort Myers. are viaitinR! hen'. Jr0v ;
at the horn, of Mn. iivrpvr i
yen physician. You can then be certain that all bodily rother-ln-law and sister ,fir

I e* ds."a. being adequately met Bring your prescriptions and M..... O. W Revell.Mlsd .I IMn l i'w' k / \

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h VeVna Lou Cameron uj-n /
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AIR CONDITIONED the weekend with relatives liHlalcah. "


: Glades Prescription Shop .Ella Hulnman of Reading, 36CUMOUR ..JfZff'i. Y

F FLYING M...., who Is spending the winter err' ICl 1 ,e JOT
KITES In Coral Gables, rectntlj\ .. a.50 L:'', tI :", 1 1AII1TAA '.
HOWARD JOHNSON. Ph. U. made a short visit'here with hcicouiiin f' 28 aaa/t.I
II N. theme Ave. Fh.oe1 With the vlda-opvn feeling, and almost aa amping a Mi of vision aaa I IZ
....... lap. asp tssds sir. ,lank hr Mra Fritz Jaikson.. Oils In Bulck's ACTSCOMPANY 'r
top-down Convertible, the hardtop Kivlera la new season '
sea..Iot.-. ...I iws9.Y.HAfiAFEl Mrs. lIell'n''-Frelwell left Tree Super| series. The distinctive bumper-grille combination and Upend fender OF / lcatae
.f tlnil,** bm io,"'-lmn Mm. > Itrslghuighl engine.
rlrehall
with the Y.01 i
lciln are featured nee
Dent II UN use pow Mesa day night for her home In Loi | 115
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r all Super ovxtala.
Seats ail mmforlsbly l;nsflow Is options equipment on \
her will
1 Angeles after a visit
Thcmli .550.5.1I l
a
l Benson Electric lias Henson Electric! Sert'iclyAIIIOT1ILIANCES I I' use soar her brother.ln-law and sister. Co. f
) Mr and M..... Frank Klich of; Preston B. Bird Motor COMING: MAlt, 15. Coral Cabin COLISEUM '

Radios S Refrigerators fUtacIT Dauer dr. Limited! Incitement, Cvei. 8130 Mil. S.... 2:30 j i'
I mint m'Iy BU1CK and I'ONTIACSo.
E Cell Aden $US
I \ ,1"1 Inc. Ta. $1.85, $2.60, 345.
Prineran Ph. ust. Mra. A. T. MacKay of Orlando'
I .4 Prlsosan. PII. us I president of the Florida Federation . Kromc at 5th St. Phone 181 MAIL OKDIKS rilLID PROMPTLY" InclM Ita"mfti passes *mfe *

t. n__._ .__ __ __ of Women's Clubs, will biin
overnight guest Mar 17 athe t
home of Mr. and Mr. A. F ...
1 Arthur Mrs Arthur and her' Our Main\ Line Is Dry Cleaning. .

mother, Mrs. W. T. Atkins will WE WILL
hnt to accommodate our rnntotnrrs "c! hj ve mad" .
Homestead Neon Signs accompany Mn. MacKay on I arrantemrnU; to have any (sundry left with UI perked t J'
rip to Key West I up end delivered hark to nur plint . an that( yon need EXPLAIN ANDLEND
make only one atop fur dry rlranlng and lanndr, . .
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I MIS AITHtH HONOR GOER LEADER-ENTERPRISE F. }'ridn '. Mar. 10, 1950!
OF (.'-ftOfcKMr' WOVE!:


. ftMBHB Social Events in "South Dade u a a. I the Mri.rederaUan, director A. t" 01 Arthur of W District__or'.Homestead OtaH It III- LAWRENCE EXCHANGE: r.nISGRMISS WEDDING VOWS WHENCE AND RUNGS I


was honor guwt of .the CaNeI.are '.-
: League M a cwvaraa ores I Wedding vows and rings were r! On. to spend several' wuHws'
MARGIE PYE WEDDBI) TO JAMBS McCOY MUSIC ('WB TO ZEES PRINCB88 OLGA SI1KI ilNSKY HONOR luncheon at noon yesterday In I exchanged by Mill Barbara" Wm here ua a nphomore this year
. SATURDAY CEREMONY / AT JOAN W. eOLLWS HOME GUST Shnpaon Memorial Garden CenterIn : Lawrence and Lawrence Mus- *t Redland High school
HOME
EVENING IN AT TEA GIVEN BY !MRS\ II. A. KKBERG Miami. grove al 7 o'clock Saturday' evening Graduated.I fiom Redland Blgh
A program of Moaarf a coraposj-
at the home of the bride> School in 1047 the brldegifom
idler Mirftt. Pie daughter of copying an apartment at the Pye liens will be presented at the I Mn. H. A. Kkberg of Sllve, will soon leave for Sew York, SHAMROCKS ADMISSION parent. .Mr. and Mr*. Reuben Is cmplo>'ed in the CttUer, l*>nt
Mi.. and Mn 8 f. Pyt of 001Mjwry home. March IS meeting ot Monday Palm dr. entertained. at tea I were Mrs. Ralph H. Done, 101.... TOKEN TO OA-V DANCEaUtaiHTOcks. Hough of Silver Palm dr Mr. of Florida Power and Light ComP -

It., beoame the bride of A nalive'oi Homaahsed, the Music, Club at the heme of M.... Tueaday In honor of Prl reeve I J. frank Webb. frank Hough gave Mi daughter In marriage 'ny. '
James McCoy, MM of Mr. and! bride attended lUmwUad. now on lilt, will be I
High and the ilea
Olga' Shrinsky, painter, iculptorand Hausman, Mr W. a Alfred Hed-
John W. Collins of MI N. Krome Gees, Mra. the tokens of admission
Mn W. s. McCoy of Modello onSilurdiy Sohool where the was an active ptanM who hat been spondIng M. L. Lambert. Mn. Maud E to the) berg patter of !Silver Palm MeUiodiit CATHOLIC WOMEN SLATE
evening it the McCoy participant In aporla. The bridegroom eve, the winter at. the lkller ......, Mra, Emmie L Stream, sock dance whick II being span.Bored Church! officiated it the ANNUAL DINNER
born The ring service was performed who attended Roland I Hosleues will be Mrs Collins, home. gMrs.. Ptnekney Brewer Mrs. Al- tonight/ by the Girls Ath- ceremony Mrs Clark Roberto Met. Uw.rence .
belle
by W C. Morton, ministerof High School li neodated' with I MN, Claude Chlplty, Mn.. J. D. The guests, mostly early mem Bah If.( Crouae and Mn. Ben I Assoclstkm of Homestead The bride wore a blue ensemble Smith and M.... too.
High
.the Church of Christ! his father In the plumbing bU.I-1 Redd and Mrs Carl S. Ander ben of Homestead Art Club, Archer I 'in School.the mew The cafetorlum.dance will beheld and carried a cascade bouquet Seamier are In charge of the annual

I Attendants of the bridal couple I new son. were treated to a private showIng of red rote 'country store and ham and
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were fra. Don Drlle of Miami of a collection of Prlncea After the ceremony, wedding cabbage dinner to be held Thursday
ltd eabron F. Pye Jr., a brother Fherln.k,'. water colon, manyof STATE PRESIDENT TO INSTALL OFFICERSFOR cake and Ice cream were terved. bY the Altar Society' of

of the !bride. .. DONNA) JOHNSON, THOMAS SMITH, Jlt. I them painted since her arrival I LOCAL WOMAN'S CLUB ON MAR. The newlyweds spent a abort Sacred Heart Catholic Church
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For the ceremony, the bride: TO WED MAR 18 IN BAPTIST>> CHURCH In January honeymoon In Mlanil and" are at Handicraft hona-bsked Modi
itreet dress iriy nylon The borne with the brldeirootn'i par. and
prlnceaa who had left New ind home-grown twits vege.tables
I''lna .: officers of the Womin'i sting In the clubhouse ants Mr. and Mn Robert
Her Muss
gray everything behind when she fled will. be dwplayed In a tent
lilt was trimmed with pink Mr and Mn. Vernle Johnson In Blickiburg\ Vi* before aery? her native Russia at the time of Club of Homestead will be In- Wedneidsy l| lea deadline toe grove of Epmore dr., until they adjoining the clubhoiwe Dinner
I rows, and She wore in orchid of Qouldi and North Branch Ing In the navy and the U 8. the revolution, unwittingly again lulled by Mn. A. T. Mac'Kay reservations, It: H announced. build a residence on Dauer dr. will be served from 12 to I and
conagi. Minn., are announcing the engagement Merchant Marine He li engaged left everything behind when she of Orlando, president of the Hoe They may be made with Mri. The bride, who hat sworn- from S to I:90.
j The mntron of honor wee attired and approaching mar- In farming and grove operation.A came to New York to attend the Ml Federation of Women'i Clube, Sullivan or Mrs. Krone.homegrown pooled her' family from Macon, _
I In a blue spit| and white nape. of their daughter/ ,, Donna misceltsneousbridal shower world'a fair and was prevented at a dinner meeting Friday evening MRS ARTIIt'R IIOVORS
i Verne, to Thomas Dillard Smith, for Miss Johnson was given Sat Mar. IT, in Slim and Amy'i
aoceisorlei and wore corsage of from returning to her home In FLORIDA CITY P.T.A. VOTES SUMMER MRS ROYAL HENRY
Restaurant
I pink cinutloni.Mn Jr., aim of Mr, and Mm. T. D urdiy night at Green Acres Paris Mri. Ovid Sullivan
by the breaking out of Mrs A. V. Arthur entertained
McCoy, mother -of the Smith of Green Acres Drove on Grovel by Mn. Ruth Hallo, a World War If. incoming 1 president, will luccced MEETINGS AND..ADOPTS NEW BY-LAWS at at
Mrs Edw. L. Krone. a beach perMonday
Itodland rd. sinter of the future bridegroom.For .
bridegroom wore a bluo floralprint She made the trip to the New : frandnn Park In honor of Mrs
I ., white accessories and t The marriage aervloe will be presentation to1 the honoree, York fair with her friend of Other special guetli will be Florida City P. T A. adoptee treasurer; Mn. Joe Hunter recording Royal Henry of Laurenburg. S.

corsage or while rirnitkmi.Immedlitely performed .t. o'clock Saturday the gifts were placed In t wheelbarrow many yean, Amber Rnhaanll I Mrs J. Day If" Whitney of Miami new by-laws Mar and voted U secretary; and Mrs Willie C,, a house. guest of Mrs J. P.Brooki. '
II after the cerernony night, Mar II, In the First Baptist decorated In pink andgreen Steen now Mrs Ekberg, who slate parliamentarian and continue the Everage,, corresponding Been Others present were Mrs.
MrII. throughout
a reception wn held for Church of llome>leid by the hid likewise left most of her Wm Cox, president of the meeting tary. i W. T. Atklni of Lcwc, Del., Mrs.Eclmntid .
I the bridal couple. ,Wadding rake, Rev. John If. Whltt, pMtor." Winneri In the bridal content' possewloni In her Paris studio county federation summer vacation months. Seven E. B. Blackburn, supervising E. Parrtll and Mrl*
party sandwiches and coffee were The hride-lo-be has punt| were Mri, Lewis Cillahon, Mn Since tint time the princess Plant for the banquet will bo I ty-two members were present principal of Homestead' and Flor Brooks. '
t served by Mrs. McCoy and M..... several winters with her parent' Peter Mllli and Mn. Millard his lived In New York. Trained made at a combined business and Mrs. LaRue Smith who had 'beensecretarytreasurer I Ida' City schools, reported' prog-
Ruth llenion aunt of the Ooulili where have bulll daddli. social meeting Wednesday eve : was made
they
ant. n by various masters In the |>re- reu In obtaining the ute of a BIRTHDAY,\ltTY GIVEN
bridegroom I V (W.<; a winter home She ll employed Party sandwiches, Individual revolutionary period, she was movie projector.for! the achool. BRIAN LEE I AM:; ,IS. TIIKEEMr
After a short honeymoon trip, ill Miami at Tin American Bank cakes iced In white and pink, able to make for herself a careerIn 59 BLUR RIBBONS WON BY 14 ENTRANTS In event that 'hlack-mrt curtains *. Lee Freed of Homefeadinsisted
the newlyweds returned to The future hiidegroom attended I frosted strawberries, nuts, mince art, and has held a number ofoneman cannot be furnished by the school I
IN MI'II. John
her daughter
ANNUAL
1 Homestead where' 'they are ot'- Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1 and punch were Ifrvtd.Prelf'nt. showi.Invited i EXHIBIT OF PRINCETON CLUB
wlir.be
i beildet board they ; provided by E. Lewis of Miami In giving .I
throe mentioned to meet the artist, who I the Florida City Klwatili Club afternoon
birthday party Saturday
I HARRIS-BARKER WEDDING PERFORMED were Mrs Jay Newton Fifty-nine first price blue rib- herbs, fresh strawberries It was announced and electrical for three-year-old Brian
I I Mrs J. T. B. McElroy, Mn. M. hosts were won by M contestants citrus fruits brown
SOPHOMORE roTntirm I eggs, wiring alterations will be done Lee Lewis at Fairyland amusement -
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MAR,1 IN FLORIDA CITY PARSONAGE E. Wilson, Mri. Kenneth Doherty, RET TONIGHT AT R. II. R. In the annual handicraft exhibit dish garden' by volunteers park. A clown presented a'pl't'lal
Mrs Paul Cox Mn. W. E. Me- nt Princeton Ifomo Demonstration Mrs David Colburn-Jar ol
In to tall for and
a performance
response con gave
I I T Milton Harrli of homestead' The ceremony was performed by Michael Mn. II. A F.kberg: Sophomores of Rerllnnd! High Club held Tuesday afternoon In"rlncrton shelled beans, marmalade, cotton I vasneri for the Red Crow drive favors to the youngsters who
: Duiker Rev Martin R. Davis Mrs, Hubert Hutto, Mn. Clyde School will be honored from 7.30: Church of the Nowcno drew costing lees than $2,
the .re
and Dorothy Degler t>f patter. ten P. T. A.member. volun were entertained' with rides and
I Florida City ind Mri. H. M. Deglcr mother of I Bowden Mn. Ray Pearson, Mrs to II:30 this evening at a semi.formal modeled garment for child dress teered. other amusement features.
Morgnnlown, W II. Newton Mri. Vernle John-
the bride, wn matron of honor cotillion In the new school An exhibit will) ho held today for a girl more than Six year. old, After the meeting, rookies and Present la I addition to the 11
I W Va. were united In marriage ion, Mrs T D. Smith end Mlu cafetorlum. An
orchestra will relt ,
t. and Thos. B. Royal ot Home- bY the Rodbnd Home Dcmonslra- picture loft drinks were served by Mrs young guests were Mrs GerdnHardce
on, Mir 1 In the parsonage'' of steed\ was best man. I Love Etta Anderson.BRANNING play for dancing. lion Club and Tuesday ifter- Mri Leroy Chamber!-cut Sam Musumecl: and Mr. Philip and Carroll, Nancy and

Horlldi City Community Church The bride wore a navy blue noon, by Homestead Homo Demnstratlon lowers plain rolls, cookies, dress Natoll. Mack Hordes of Homestead.
I suit with white accessories. Her I I MARRIAGE IS SOLEMNIZED Club. tor girl ten thin six yean old,

matron of honor wore a navy and Mh Kent textile-painted straw mati.Mri. .
ON Olga assistant county -
white ensemble ind matching FRIDAY EVE:]ING IN MIAMI\ MANSE\ agent was Judgo of the Prince-, Ralph Hunt-pap.ya.,

JlRNAllDJEMLLER icocmtorlus. I ; ton display Winners will enter marigolds, mixed cut flowers. Buick's New Note
1 Olhen present' were Mri. Royal Mri. Eva Wilson Brannlng of Beet man and matron of honor the prlre articles In the countywide Mri. E. C. Crawford-canned r
Mrs Clara Ulan, an aunt of the I Talbott rd. and Briggs Scanning were Mr and Mri. &Donald: Tal- Achievement Day contest tobe fruit five-Jar exhibit for emergency
II 8. Kreme A veo bride, and Mr. Degler of Miami were united marriage bolt of Talbott rd. held !In Muy !In Miami.Mri meal fresh orange cake
Mr. and Mri. Harris are making Friday evening it the homeof Mr. and Mri. Scanning will Roy E. Wlttenwyler won Mrs R. B. Hampton-cut roses,

Member ot the ,Horologlcal their home temporarily In the Rev. James V. Johnson, make their homo it the Talbott tint place with IS blue ribbons cinned tomatoes.
Crlm'i apartments In Homestead pastor ot Westmln liter Presbyterian rd. residence ,Mn A. L. Campbell-aluminum
and Mrs. Mario
Hemming ranked
Institute of America
Church In Miami tray, fool stool.
but plan to occupy a cottage they : econd with seven
U. S. 1. Mill Miybelle Home--canned
own on
VISITS TO SICK ARE Winners and their prize irtl-
Watch and Jewelry The bride who hu been spendIng EDWARD LITTLE WEDS PROJECT OF CIRCLE: lei were: fruit Juice beat smell article of r
I crochet
the winter In Florida City MISS flATTIE!: RICIITER 4
Mrs. n, E. Edwards led the Mri. Wlttenwyler-soup mix J. e -
Mri. E. Campbell-Jar of
i Repairing for a number ot yeast, Is a member *
devotional and presented ml.. Jelly, pickles, loot of white bread M'
I of Florid. City Community Announcement li being mode a green beans. ttxlll. -pointed
Church and Liberty Rebekoh of the marriage ot Edward A. iloniry program at the meetingof ngelfood coke, herd work, hand. household article.
S AatlquesRearnthal. Lodge. She Is bookkeeper at Little of E. Avocado dr. and Min First Baptist W M. U. Circle decorated stationery, copper flowr Mri. Lynne Lounsbury textilepainted
Hattle Richter Two Mar, 2 at the home of Mn,. e pot article made from lark wearing apparel
daughter
of Mr cop ,
S China Harrli Refrigeration Company, piy+ hp}
May King Visiting the material, Idea for small Ch'rlotmac
sick
owned and operated by the bride- and Mri. Paul M. Richter of Or and per picture q r
R ,lrlaa.l'Jnwgril.ilu' '" [I room. lando. The 4oubla ring ceremony the ihut-lni wii adopted ai the gift, stuffed toy, sleigh and Mra. 0. W. ''Drlggers-home-
{ Engllals. : : 1 Wirrli'came 'T hen from WI' 1'1"01'4..4-e.---O. E kfarcb project of the group.Mrs. reindeer Christmas decoration, made loan, wooden tray..

Lawrencevllle, Ga, In 1042 to Duckworth at 1:10: Sunday afternoon King served Ice cream, Swedish darning, reworked Mn. Frank Weit-chiffon cike.
'S Hand.bbwa Crystal mike his home and to go Into Feb 25. In Ahepa Hill In cake and coffee to the 12 mem- hrlstmn: card, best homemade At the club business meeting<<: r

a English business lie li a member of the Orlando. Present were memben ben and two visitors present picture the group voted to do copper Buick U striking a sew not for 1950 with the Special fouMoot Tonrbackit
Cr/italwire national organltatlon Refrigeration of the family and close friends Mri. H..mmlnll.-verlcty of work on Tuesday, Mar 21, and In 8tda..I'owendwlth Buick's famous ilralght.eight Fireball engine

f ,The friendly store where Service Engineering Society for the ceremony, the bride Mr. and Mri. D. P. Blake, Jr, frf'shI"l'labll" azalea plant to hold the Apr. 4 meeting at the and ........'In' the distinctive tapered fender design l its banner-grille
the customer U treated with wore an aqua street dress and of South Allapattah tomato product silk or rayon l'Iome'of Mn. Ralph Hunt home' comblnstloa has rcdand the outside overall length for eulor handlingand
j Mr.. and Mri. Joseph Carlson white arceisorles. Her mother dinner Gardens.were d rcn, wool suit remodeled garment I Improvement chairman. Fruit parking, itklli Interior apace has been increased In addition to this
eourlel1:1.: v entertained SB at a dinner party was attired In a black and white Mr. and Mn. B.guests H. Irvin Sunday of MI.ot' for adult: costume accciforlei. j Juice and cookies were served by four-door, .lx-paaeenger Sedan the Special series also offers. this model !is
( Sunday insemblt.Immediately. ami. I the hostesses, Mri Campbell and till Jctback! a two-door, sli-paaarngrr Sed.netl.nd a Ue-door. thretpaaMngtrCoap.DynslIoirlsarallabl -
Sunday luncheon guests tt Specials II opllonll telul pmen\.
Mri. John 1.. Mri Colburn.UENDSIIIP.
after the wedding, the Blake home were Mr anti! I Murray-peppe.,i
Mr and Mrs Little returned to Mc,. L. M. Conner and Mr. and .

Homestead The to make their home. Mn. M. O. Peabody and children, I EASTER. PARTY OF FR CLUB Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
hfleepfreezePAYS / bride has been employed all of Homestead. On \
Friday night,
FREK2ER ai a nurse In Like County Medical Mr and Mri. A. J. Tracy were WILL BE HELD T II. G. ROGERS HOME BUICK and PONTIAC


\1 t l YOU I BACK::41! hospital Center In Orlando and the Osteopath and hosts Richard at dinner Gettys to, David hybrid Allen corn I The Easter party of Pedlnnd Dorsch Mrs. A. W. Llndgren, So Krome at 5th( St. Phone 481 '

A graduate of Homestead High seed ipeclalisti of Hirtsvlllc! S. Friendship Club will be held Mri. W. W. (Hooker ond Mrs ;
4i Stall !School, the bridegroom li employed C Mn. Blake and her daughter Saturday Apr t, at the home of Rouen.
In the office of County Mri. Tracy, were entertained Mr. and Mn. H. Q Roger of
Agent Chas II. Steffinl. He li a Wednesday by E. O. Strickland it I Quail Roost dr., member decided
son Of Mr. and Mri. C. W Little, luncheon In the Urmty Hotel In I at a meeting held Monday night Benson Electric Has

pioneer Homestead reildenU. Miami. I II at the home of pin. Walker Mar IIOTPOINT We Are HeadquartersIn
I tin. The egg hunt will begin at

I M SOFTBALL GAME TO D IE, PLAYED BY WOMEN 4 o'clock and the dinner at 6 APPLIANCES J
I o'clock. Homestead for.
OF Prlnortan. Ph. 44S .
II HOMESTEAD> CLUIAn J, V. P. W. AUXILIARY Club members pledged contributions

I to the brake sale to beheld
_ _
I exhibition ,stiftball game between vlded between the two groups for : Mar. 18 in Goulds Supplyby
i, members of the Homestead local use.' the "lub-ll onlIOred Girl Scout Roper Gas Ranges/

I V. F. W. Auxiliary and the Womuni Candidate were nominated for Troop led by Mrs, C. J. Turner. Cllsonlte Jasul45aetteKARKOTE '

Club of Homestead Is being the annual election to be held Strawberry shortcake and coffee Real Host Gas Ranges ,
It arranged for the near future Mar. 10. I were served by Mn. Martin

t auxiliary members were told M.... James C. Vann reported I and Mri. David Colburn hoiteases. -

TODAYS ; TOMORROWS ; EVERY DAYIeYouttHXPFRCCZB Monday by Mn. J. D. Abbott., that some 1100 poppies were sold I Send Gas Refrigerators :
chairman of the ways and !manscommlttes Saturday The others present were Mn.
annual
CV..eebs Poppy ,
s Ohhe.Nh : : Day
The
I DECPfRECZC
I Mr.w en-so te es,u... 1 Hume Frceier make*the j Home rncjrf payi fat proceeds will be dl- Assisting Mrs. Vann were volun :John Thompson! Agnew, Mri, Albert Mrs. Campbell Dean K. Westinghouse: r
aetr..aewus.w Monthly payment! foe ItMlf because It Hani teer worker, Mn. Ceo. Mantlui, UNDERBODY .
f 'a ppma""b t you Conn m Int l Lei ui paying you I cash profit Mrs Brian Lyon, Mn. Joel II. I Mrs Jesse Creer, Mn. Q. R. PROTECTION Refrigerators
30 ; prow ll lo you with ; the day you put It In MASSAGEBy Aobimm Mn, H. P. Rutherford I Runken, Mri. Harmon Keen, Mrs. f,
I IC your own food budget ; slot Cilvtt you tavlngiIn and Miu Beatrice Llnke. 1 Lynne Haynes Mn Nellie Ranges 'I
tweanl I flgunM. Save enough lo : time,work,food,sad Appela&lnt.t l I :. f t.L.

{" e J aDLEPlRUZCIIoroaIteeacr nuke the payments on tcr satingvu1511f,, $3.00 each 6 for $15 Mr. and Mri. Bryant Bowden Stops Underbody Laundromats ;

'Oa MNNIB K. UMTSON Itv lll W entertained at dinner Mar 1 in .
Rattle Rot
living and 1
r *x>4 *.a 4M. ; ]l Rust '
honor of Neal McNeill exalt Water
I and Thoi. J I II Heaters t ;;-1
+.. > in in MOW tHtsi FACTS TODAVI M. McNeill ot Canada. Also present '.

I i Ii i Ito WI| M TMT Me C.*f et sewed /4 Iq. Soake HMM fr tl S.a. NelU were and Mr.Miss and Mary Mn.McNeill J. A. Mo at Applied under hood fenders, Amana Home Freezers i "

Benson Electric lIu whose home the Canadians floor and chassis. Keeps new '

i : visiting. were can new and old can Fount Gas Room Heaters ">t ; 1

Harris Refrigeration Co. Philco. Appliances Order your Karkote job!>> I

I rrlneetea, n. 141 fI '.I : now Electric: ]Heaters( '// :* ;n

( 140 N. Krome Ave. Phone 196 : J"-1 I .

Electric: Fans \.

I II -I Texaco One-Stop I
I

Ii i Visit Dr. F. P. Archer, Jr. Station Vacuum Cleaners I ;r,,



I "BABVIAMD"Infant OPTOMETRIST RESTAURANT KITCHEN EQUIPMENT t ::

.. It DONE'* SON A
EsaJAlMUea ef lilt Eye-Optical rreserlptleo SerrieeVtaal BeaaeaUaiBenson 5 SPECIALTY.
N. Kreaae Ave. .
Shop and Photo Studio Training-Office Air CeailUoMd. ,


I tl Kreate An, U...... neaa III DAILY, TUEs TBIO $8AT.-I.JI: LSII : '


I Children's Wear to 8 Yean Weal Mewry .... ........ ,Nee 111Fitspatrickls Electric' Services Gas-Oil Products inc. :


Shoes Gifts and Accessories '
I Toys '
Radios & Refrigerators Of Florida t! :
Pripeele, St. Ctl

l .J i Tew ...,'. rtn4 rkotograph Complimentary 1 Fine Furniture: DIXIE DRUG Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLED GAS a :5-1,-

l w. AIM De Custom Balk of Mahogany and Other Woods Neawsiead, FlaPh.w TIC COOK. UoawiteU Massager I''


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Ie SdMdnietl I I ER.ENTERPRI FrMiy.Mtf. to. t91SO--1
MUSIC: CLL 0 WilL SPONSOR COLLEGE CHOIR THUUSDAY) I Revival An !

For Community Orarrtiw Ii CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING i-IU'.DHOOM CBS home, good location For sale 40 acres high pine, ajtyxl,

Local Methodic! mlniiteis will i big cleats. knotty pine, for avitradtis, mangos or llnV
Price I Call 44S-J-1 4M-R-4 (lulu)
I conduct revivals' at Redland Community kitchen screened porch or
and ... s .... tMM. 'IWM down, bulance HO a I
t t Cfeurch Mar. II to JT _. .
at FtalWav,. City Community. month. !
,1 Church' Mar W to 31,, tsjnasjnHe- SEE BCHOC roMANItllliater.d
B enJ, Warren MorriiRegistered
Martin R Davla' ..*, Broker Ph. Ttf-J
the Rev P4k ..-.......-..... Heal Batata Broker
The Sunday! morning" teJVM r
k Sy,' "v p will open the Redland revival, For Kent I For Sale -Real Estate

which will have nightly -nesting* .a.... .. Complete Real Estate
r from Monday through friday. On a.aa a 10 acre glade land at Intersection

? Monday night UM av.J' E. N. 6th eve. led For sale: S-bedroom completely L K. MEYER KCAlTXSERVICE > : of oiled rd. and gravel
Apartment, rd. $ ,000
1 Jenkins of First MHt W.t ureh IJtr tt. C r..W Jofcnaon. *, O furnished home on about IS. '. 'I (

sell preach; Tu 4f and Thursday Box 194. Homestead. (solo) acres In setting of beautiful royal 1111 ...u. KretiK Are, 10 aerei glade land fronting on 1
nights, the pturtV.: 'Wednes palma, tropical I fruits and planlfega HONE f3l.I ,v oiled rd., 4000. (
day night the Ret Awed Hed- RnecejtoMi seamed porch, I ,

berg of Siher Palm Methodist for rent: FuroWhed tw..bt'ck'oom t fumWied guest bmwt, garage, .JI S. Kntrne Ave, Fh III 4
Church, and Friday nt ht, the IMUW, 188 per mo. on yearly/ laundry room. About IH mOea,
Rev Wm.. Kopelke of Perrlne mlOlf> from RaeUand School. Total price 1
lease, Ben), W. Morrl' ( 'f
t t2 Methodist Churth.lIom'Sttad la40-7MX down balance BW THIS BEAUTIFULLY I ,
2iJ

: High School ........ ............. .. (.WML SenoR JORDAN ItfRNlSllen Mime on large I-bedroom tot near school CBS! ..... ............. .... ....... j
'
Marks Brotherhood Week For Sale Miscellaneous\ ) Registered Broker Ph. 709-J rant be beat it .200 Miscellaneous

...a.... ...... .. ..._. .. ..ir FHA .4o.e5 per month. e........a.....,"... n... 3'
> Brotherhood Week was observed 1.
at Homestead/ High School Electrolutleaner, complete, 5M )0 acres on Bauer dr. .150 see This l-bedroom' partly fur. Free ride to Indiana for good awto

Friday morning with the presentation N. W 30th at., Miami. (pmlO) acre 10 acres on Fpmore dr., nl'hed home located on S I driver tart of March FlnleyOelger
of scarified land be
of a skit "The Mont Pre.clous $150 an acre, Lot on Redland rd. acres may Redland Court, POX 11?,
Words In the World", by near Bauer dr. 1300. J. M. Bauer just what you/ want TOTAL Princeton, Fla (pn>3) 1

: ; : ,; :: ,; ,; members of Mrs, Carl Field's Firm tractor and equipment, I Rt. 2, Box 438-C, Homestead, Fla.P PRICE!: saIIDOTERMS.3bedroom .
.d.
._:, :,, speech class. Holes were taken! nerd only I season IB47 Allls- ( 4)) home near school

by Ann Krlaer, Lucy Condrey, Chalmers B model, gasoline powered TOTAL PRICE la SS.OOO With
A three-part program of religious list Church of Homestead. The : College for Women departmentof Sammy' Sincere Brian Wynn Dan ; power takeoff, plow, tnndim VERY LOW monthly pay. Rudy Cossman, Agent
music will be co-ed choir will under music la director of the choir. Williams and Gerald Orme, Taking discs 2-room cultivator All For aale: Small 2-bmlroom homeon mentalCOM1WELY Farm B....... latnraaie
presented by I appear
Now In IU fifteenth year the part in "discussion of the practkwlly new condition, $1,000": double lot, plus 11 ft, acres InuraBC. at Ce.t-Ante, UfaS4T I
the 60-volce MilledBcvllle College the auspices of Monday Music choir Is made up of atudenta from skit were Jeannetle Davis Johnnie W. ... Cole, 438 Majorca ave, glade In Florida City, p.lmft'tt; FURNISHEDnew W Ftuler-llasMle.a4Froacher

A Capella Choir at < o'clock Club of Homestead the women's college and from McCMnnlft, Louise Whitt Joyce Coral Gables Ph. 832221. (posh) Total price, $2993. Terms CBS I bedroom home In ( Real Estate Office)

Thursday evening In First Bap I Max Noah of the Georgia State Georgia Military Institute. Easter Sylvia Barnes, Edna<< Morris SEE ECIIOE JORDAN Florida City Large living Phone I1J-J er 11&.. t
_.- and Ruby Watkins, Registered Broker Ph.. 789-J room, kitchen two screened

;diArt A film "Despotism .versus 4-door '47 Hudson wdtn A-l porches with tiled floors, bath
II.ILS.
Phyllis Dcilz Wins Aw Biology Pupils Democracy," was shown condition 46,000 mills Lew TOTAL PRICE IO,500., RADIO RF.PAIR-fluIck service,
I Guided on Park Trails Members of the tenth grade than used cur lot price II. E.llemans Almost new I.bt'droom furnished AU work gusranteed. Prices
Exhibit of S. E. Florida Schoolst house. Small\ down paymentwill NICELY: LOCATED COil home
\ English darnel are writing themes Ph. 108-J. (pmlO) reasonable Robert J. Brooks,
Biology students of Mlns Mar on "Brotherhood". move you right In, with low t Jorle Whltenlde of homestead monthly payment. PI, B3I.J, tx> situated it would' make Drive Florida City Phone J4W.Honustead .
>llls Ann DflU of Hnme- reproduction; Some of the stu High/ School recently mAde a It ft. boat, half cabin Jeff engine (f7tf) Ideal guest home, with plentyof
stead High School was awarded dents' favorite paintings were guided tour of Gumbo Limbo LOCAL ENTRIES ; just 1 overhauled. A buy at 0 room for another house I '

third place for crayon work In Peter Hurd't "Windmill", Thomas and Anhinga trails at Paradise Call Allen, Phone 211Z or TOTAL PRICE ,5BOO. Terms, ,
the regional scholastic art awards Benton'a "Little Brown Jug", Key In Everglades National Park I (Continued from Page One) see at nayfrout Park (pml0)) SMALL HOME on I acre Just Glass Co.-Ola. for
competition Saturday at the John de Mortelly't "Spring" and Ranger Lawrence Sheffield slide for the booth were Mrs outside homestead Price $21195, 1Q-ACRE Lime and Avorada all purpose, We do steel sash
Marie HemmingMrs.. A. 1. term. m: years old, AND ,)acing and glaring of all types.
opening of the Junior And senior Fletcher Martln't "Exit In Color" Identified! plant life for the group grove
high school'exhibtt In Burdlne'tIn Those who went by school but during the walk over Gumbo i Campbell. Mrs Roy E. Wittenwyler 29,000 field boxri lit S5o! each SEE FCHOE JORDAN beautifully furnished NEW: tot N. Krome Phone 173.

Miami. .. to the exhibition were Mary Jane Limbo Trail through the Key Mrs Alfred Hedberg and Get them while they lout Navlllo' Registered Broker Ph. 701-J! CBS :2 bed-room home, living

Nine hundred thirty-one .entries lane, (! Marie Althouw! Barbara On Anhinga Trail, elevated board Mrs Frank West. Pros Florida City (mS) room dinette, kitchen, bath, I PAINTING and DECORATING

from southeast Florida I Conner, Shirley Grecr, Marie walk out Into nearby Taylor's Rare tropical fruits and plant --------- porches. Truck and yard< tools Interior and exterior, McLean.
schools were listed. but lack of Booth, Mona Wagner Ann Lott, Slough, he pointed out the American Ingt are on display In the prl-e- For Bole: Completely furr.Mied ALL FOR 18.500, TERMS. Phone '746-n} (pdSl
space prevented all from beingon Martha Lee Davit, Tony de Mello !. egret, great blue heron, winning booth of South Dade For tale: Schwlnn bicycle, 28-fn.( 2-bedroom home on corner lot (
EXCELLENTLY located beautiful
Garden Club which represents a wheel base $25. Ph. 833-W. between school and town. Electric r
display. In addition to Phyllis' Ronnie Pyne, Darrell Richards Florida gallinule, colorful purple
miniature garden which (mlO) > acre 3 year old Avocado Expert watch and Jewelry repair
through screened ,
abstract design Homestead it I Lawrence Marvin, Donald gallinule coots and anhlngai er kitchen porch, r
meanders a little stream The grove with PALM PLANTED Ing AU work guaranteed Nell's,
represented by a water' color by Miller and Thomas Reniewlch. water turkeys.Open garage $5785, terms I
Barbara Marks and several ceramic -j committee In charge of the booth SEE ECIIOt JORDAN HOMESITE. A wonderful U S. Krome. Phone 111. (o4-tf! ). ':
Barbara Is composed of Chat. Melsner, EATING POTATOES, all grades, Registered Broker Ph. 789-J chance for homo and Income
Conner
pieces. Great Ice Show toNight Wednesday Mrs Melsner, Dr. Francis DI| Lincoln one cent per Ib and up. Noth. .t ONLY $0,500. t
shows an elephant; Shirley Greer,
We buy, tell and trade guns and .'
A. W. Dorgan, Mr. and Mrs. log lest than 60 Ib. Sprinkle
a flamingo plaque; Martha Jane at Colisi um in Coral GablesPrincess Dwight Wardlaw, Mr, and Mrs Warehouse on Seaboard R.ar.ml0.U: FOR COMPLETE REAL: pistols of all kinds Nell'1,15 8. :]\
Greer, a sleeping figure; Bert '
Shepherd, flower bowl; and Carl I Roger Talley Mr, ,Earl Martin ( < ) ESTATE SERVICE. Krome. Phone III. ((014-" ) t '
and Harry Hannan I
Norwood, 01. Rachel Carpenter'l : Over one hundred of the na with the Glass Heart", In the packert' competitive ex. RICHARD FUCHS ,
"Girl Praying" It on display In HARDEN-Hauling, landscaping
tion's finest ice skating stare will "The Enchanted Garden", "Oh, hibltt, first, second and third 29 hives of beet In good condition Registered Broker soil sand rock
'I small window on the south side topsoil, potting ,
of the store 4 I appear In the fifth anniversary Left Be Cay", 'May I Have This prizes for tomatoes and potatoes Enough additional equipment John II. Hale and Faye Botner fill. Ph. J4J-R. Writ Rt I, Boa .
The exhibit, In" the auditoriumon edition of "Holiday on 'Ice of Dance", and "Little Bo Peep": were won by local entries For far expansion to 65 hive; ,hnney Registered Salesmen 14-A, Homestead.a.nwuwuuna.nnoua.
the fourth floor of Burdtne't 1950", scheduled to open at the George D. Tyson of New'Vork potatoes, Ceo. W. Smith of Home tanks, extractors, etc More than 111 N. Federal Hw-
Coliseum in Coral Gables on Mar stead first cost of beet can be realized from I
new building, will be open to the Is again credited with the successful won place! East Phone IIS P.O. Box 893 j jl.
public until Saturday, Mar, 18. 15, The new fifth edition It a production\ of the giant Goulds Co-operative, second; and spring Key honey now. Trice Members of Chamberof I
colorful I i whit spectacle, filled show Farsouth Growers, third. Tomato 1250. Ph. 204-J. (f3)) av'I Commerce y
The
Homestead art students
on Dr. Leonard W.llaskinGLASSES
I with surprise and packed with
Mar. I attended an exhibition price winners were John W, ..- I. I" ....,..""' ,
I lip greatest available skating Campbell of Goulds, tint; Bryant .
of Innw and a".1"a A
the University Miami of eon-
specialties, S MORE RANGERS and second BEAUTIFUL.onCIUDS availableat ACRES halt furmullo glade
Lounstiury ; and DI 10 to
temporary American and Euro '
Eight: \ beautiful produl'tlonftulUbera Gorglo Fruit Corporation, third. all\ times Homestead Floral half scarified pinulund. Good 1 11IoitIe
I pean painting>> from the collection are presented in the two (Continued from Page One) Homestead 4-H boys won first and Gift Shoppe, 12} N.W. 4th tt, location. Total price, $2500, term. II .41 N. E. led) BU, Miami, raw

of Abbott taw first-hand Laboratories\ the The orlgInartamtlngs" students -. and one-halt hour! extravaganza, 977, and construction $350000. prize for their vegetable exhibit, tpd Gift,Shoppe, 333 N.i W.. :2nd Z . SKI" W"HOI.JOft"AIIr oM. I I t. .. _."&M ........... tI
t.A sde1IRMgrrrl' '
by Srtiny'c.r'the: .ttlAf4Wttll"ee"'llfJl1"/ Present needsre et at $848.977, and third'prlae for the club demonstration + 1tcilI17 a i ktr' 'h. 70r.J ...'"'..PHONE..........1.1l1t............... '
Ing number "TheSpirit of WI of
which
It
team
$187,242 sought In made up of Carlton -
artists they had studied previously ter," and climaxed by the Irldescence -- the 1951 budget.At and Jimmy Dykes Individual CONCRETE BLOCKS all sizes, \ .I""
from films, tildes books and .
Bruce'i Block Co, Naranja Fla.
of the grand finale, the present there are six prize winners were Eddie ,r h GROVE MOWING. Carl Endllch',

"Starlight Serenade" An exciting full-time and five seasonal rangers Little, club president, who won Phone 573. A lovely basket ol gifts awaits. If you want a Service Station Rt, 1, Box 409, Homettead, (aid
production of the show is who are responsible for the $35 for his second prize entry In you M an upr-lilun ol food- we hive It-one of Home- LeUliworth place, King hwJ)

"Rumbalero", presenting most all thousands park visitors, ai well the calf competition,' and 50 will from public( hiv tplrllvd'Juil lotlt"lOrch.nla !b.1. tluad'a (argent No pining In. Phone 827-X-W.: (foul|
of the fast In authentic t you "
large an as protection of wild, life and chicks for having the best pullet I engaged, lust moved to formation. "
interpretation of the great musical in the show Eddie: also I torn \ "
tropical vegetation from poach won Sl90'-1S Uie cur, art a new Mother' ,
score by Camarata at pub era number of first 'and second prize love moved within the 011', WE QO reliable fates repairing. '
lished by Mills Music, Inc Under federal protection the ribbons In the poultry competition. .r last Iweornt (wtt Bi...u>.'n. Well located, largo S unit Woods Jewelry UeCrory Aicade. I I

Other numbers Include "The wild life It showing a spectacular John Colburn won second Herman Marks\ Then nouiinf to Arr buy.'Hto to. apartment building, on 2 Iota I.. (a.2U) I
oblitalion m "
or
place for hit 4-H Club Terms,, ". 1
Increase, Cahalane said. The nursery medve thno lilts. eau your :Only:> $9,073. t
rookeries are teeming with Ibis, exhibit, and Buddy Porter won Wilcwnt Webs hostess. whoM We buy old gold, Teeth old tinge

Benson Electric Has snowy egrets, anhlngas and other the production poultry cup for phone is listed below" bedroom furnished home watrhel, ere Nell'a, 18 S. Krom .' J
the best Judge In that division.
showy birds, and with waterfowl (Ol4-tf)
4 and choice Phone 118.
5 acres young avocados
1 Philco Appliances during the migratory season The self-made man was engaging Benson Electric Has Welcome Wagon a mass of bloom. All 1 'Ii.:

I Two rare Everglades kites were a tutor for hit eon "Youneedn't IIOTPOINT hwieee' ... LOS "N mlMrl' for $7025.!) Can you teat that SEE ALEX LANIER for well, I
Princeton, Ph. 44} observed In the park as well at
teach him-,to count over drilling. Corner Krome aye I II
I the seldom-seen thort-talled APPLIANCES
100" he said. "He can hire accountants and N& 10th it Phone $ ,
hawk Also In evidence are the Geraldine ChampneyPh. Good unfurnished 3-brdroom I J8IFdd ,
swallow-tailed kite, the bald to do his bookkeeping Princeton, Ph. 441 home, modern, .32 O, I (
llesnnleedDOLL
eagle and many varieties ofh.wkL "Yes, sir," said the tutor, "butwon't 5J ,......!'D!.!"?".''Jdl"Jyl44N0 t tI
he want to ploy his own

.f Open 24 Hours A Day The otters, once almost huntedto game of KolfT"-Answerl. '' Eleanor Froschrr I .... ....Wanted....._.......;'ry. 1 1u. I 't.
Realtor
extinction, are now making acomeback NURSERIESU. ,
and bobcats are reported WANTED TO BUY *b i
Henson Electric Has 247 S, Flaglcr Av,
PACKEDFor at "holding their own" by WeU grapefruit: Luctrne't, i
LUNCHES S. 1 it Niranja-East of Wishing Ph. SIS-J 132-J. Oranges
Cahalane. Philco Appliances Federal IIw)'. ?h, II2-W, '
Early-rising Fishermen Phone :))7 J.X.J (ml-l0)) gv

t Proper Exit Princeton, Ph. 44! I
Good Sirloin Steaks, Chops, Shrimp, "What happened after you were < ;

Golden Fried Chicken thrown out of the tide exit ot the Position deslrnd by college graduate r 4

movie on' your face?" I 'editorial and typing experience I I'

"I told the fellow I belongedto Electric Services Try Us When You Need 0-diy week preferred.

GLADES RESTAURANT a very Important family" Benson George A. CrawshawCity I M.... R. T. DieS, General Delivery,
A Haircut
; "And then" I' Radios & Refrigerators or homestead (pm3U) J

I "He begged my pardon, asked Princeton, Ph. 44} Shave J
me In again and threw me out I Engineer
i 271 S. KROME AVE., HOMESTEAD I
grove
the front door. -Ex. I Halrent _.._.._ 7b (1-year-old widow with ,
Hours: 1 to 4 r. M. Tuesday and ThorsdaIlom '.
and would like .tomeet \
i Shave ___.. to :: t.a:::: I.
t ad CUT Hall 60 or over..
Shampoo' (Medicated) l.M Leader-Enterprise box No. A-141..

Seminole TheatreTWO Associated with Rader Knappen Tlppett Engineering Co. Facial rack __ ?SeMassage (matt)

Drive-In Suite U1I DuPont Building j
; Breezeway plan1.) ,

WIOWB DAILYt T and I P. M. flume N. 1M Miami 12, Florida Telephone 9-4741 Cembhuitlea Facial .__ }So I
S uu ItAdnMom '
IATU&DAy..1 SUNDAY eenttaiena Tents _. ___ ISo u
Adults NUht lie; Matinee (till I + m.). lie 50 Ib. .
S Admission Children Coder Adults It'180 Admitted(tax Included Free ) CTilldrea! trader tell Hi ten U twelve, I4e. (Tax tnelnteO Mustache Trim ..,...E- lee.Shampee f;

(PUIn) lieBUSH'S BOXES '

,k SATURDAY, Mar U Last Tiimes Today; 1'Was A Male War Bride" Giffin ,Industries Inc. ICE t ,' j i

WHIP WILSON In ,
Doable' Featare Profrtat $14.95
SATURDAY. Mar. 11-
r f "RANGE LAND" STEPHEN DUNNE, LOIS MAXWELL inJamea
t ALAN BAXTER, VIRGINIA GILMORE In Oliver Cun....'. Roofing of All kindsPouredinPlace
I "CLOSEUP"SUNDAY "K A Z A N" Barber Shop Overseas Bait &! ,'
Decks
1 Gypsum .
BURNETTS In .
SMILEY
Also CHARLES STARRETT I

*:.:\ and MONDAY Mar. IMS II "HORSEMAN OF THE SIERRAS"SUNDAY Cement Tile Manufacturing c III'. City nan Tackle Shop ,

"' SHELLY WINTERS McDONALD CAREY In I and MONDAY. Mar. lt-11 . .. Krome Ave __ E4 f eettlTURNER'S > (d

"SOUTII SEA SINNEIt"Also : JUNE HAVER. MARK. STEVENS. S. t SAKALL In *. Solar Water Heaters ,- I ,

ALAN "Rocky" HALE la "OH! YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL" Sheet Metal Work '' '"'

"OKLAHOMA BADLANDS" I' (Color by Technicolor) a f .l ,
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: RODDY McDOW ALL, ELENA VERDAGO In and WEDNESDAY Mas. u.,., Acoustical! :Materials

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A voluntary plan to help the in- nish hospital and medical care.I Helps provide SECURITY against "

dividual or family group budget their them I am to familiar be reliable.with this company and know necessary and unexpected medical 1
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the family.
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expenses-room- board, medicines, J. A.SMITH, M.I\ ). enlarge medical services in your

operating room, etc.; surgical benefits J. BURTON!\ ,!M.D.\ community.It .
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pital for illness or accident.f"Aljberal This is a SPECIAL PLAN available

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plan brought to at .
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u LOWEST POSSIBLE COST by the Good at James Archer ,
largest exclusive accident and health ALL WAITING PERIODS REMOVED ::
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Health Plan is available to all eligible
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residents regardless of AGE, SEX on date of plan. .

'or, RACE. I heartily approve of the hospitalizationand
medical plan of the Mutual Benefit !
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for individual or famit/lroups. It has good When to Enroll: 0 0"
Where to Enroll '' coverage and should be of benefit to all.ItACIIAEL'U. .-
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Protection
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