Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 17, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00704
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
lccn - sn 96027189
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The .Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper' Since 1912 ; A

MARCH 17 1950-' Itr 6 Cenu
89th Year No. 11 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA ,

I i Free Fish Fry and : Dance to followWelfare \

:. Auction by C. of C. Thursday i iI


"Child Killed Off Bus" '.Potatoes -Prettied Up" FARMERS' MARKET! TO BE SCENE

I', Florida City ReelectsMayor P., T. A. TO ,HELP \ Getting For Consumer Appeal I

By JlU ;AND C. MCRRIAM The lowly spud has gone fancy'
this season and la prettied for OF EVENING BIDDING \WITH PHIL
GET OUT VOTE .lately Ch lrm._ *f ftrrlni Ptrent-Tearher Aaaerlatlon market with a detergent bath t

rlnne-oft and t wax-pollshisg
"DADB COUNTY SCHOOL CHILD INSTANTLY Job. The fancy belt) and the

; Schmunk Clerk ON BOND 'ISSUE KILLED BY 'MOTORIST WHO NEGLECTED TO this polish ttiton are Innovation to enhance Introduced the ton- CRONKHEIT PRESIDING AT SALE '

STOP FOR SCHOOL DUS I" turner appeal of the potato which"
It fared with the twin problemof 1 I .M'I
This \Is a headline 1 which is shortly to appearin a steady /all In per capita consumption Sponsored by the Redland Dts-

And Sullivan I A tum- ut'ot freeholder-voter our newspapers!: unless immediate action Is taken and a steady Increase TilE WEATHER I II trlct Chamber of Commerce, ao N
Marshall for the May I school bond elt-r. In yield per acre. J
: tlon was urged by Principal ,W, by> local, county and state police by school officials I The Improved procetsei art In rVfVltMltfM NIMIrt IIIt.llallolt ..ea aviceeewe..eeet . auction ot product, live atotk
ao ra er.e
; E.?:nice at th, Mar. I meeting.olRcdland and by interested citizens to stop the cowardly line with the finding "t t an industry ass Naa.lnuI5w.aela' I and pelt and a big free fish try
P. T: A. Part ot (he bend! of driving past school buses when such survey last year thai will be held at the Florida City
Florida CIt"'', Mayor Herbert liiue li earmarked fof construe- practice deliver schoolchildren I more careful handling uf the. potato Mar, II .... IT 6S 30.14 Slat Farmers' Market Thursday
Hunter and four member of the I ILEACH.RATE thAi\ of i' $400,001)) ''consolidatedRedlandHomeitead buses are stopped to pick up or : on the way la markel would. Mar 10. .... .. .7$ 47 SO 16 evening at I o'clock, and later I

council wen returned to office Ir high 'schoolplant bring higher prlret. Mar II. . 19 6} SOU t dance will be held In the Cham tyi
the town1! biennial election held to be located on I 100-acrt After grading, the potatoes 'art Mar 12. ... 81 6T 30,10 r
Monday Richard Schmunk defeated tract between the'. two'' konununl During the month February} 1950, approximately .sacked In 80-pound bags for Mar, 12.. ...., BA aD SO04 tr ber of Commerce building In
Incumbent Clerk Oeo. M. OF SOIL TYPES ties. 100 cars passed !stopped: school buses) in the shipment' by refrigerator car to Mar 14 .17 M SOOT Homestead.All .
ArI> P1t, D. R. Sullivan won the Wm. Joyce, county purchasing area served by Perrine School. This associationhas I tile northern markets Mar 15 .503: 3999 024 mldentt of the district
port of manhal by a vote elmoslequal agent alto :-made a brief talk on y
and all tourists In the district
,to the' total cut for hlifvf the Importance of the bond vote but one conclusion in the face of such\ facts- :
/ ppponenti. STUDIED HEREOf Aa part of the ",et'.out thevote" thai the above headline is not a joke. It is going to Spice Park, Garde i Club Publicize are Invited. 4

Returned to the council were ,drive, members of the P . unless something is done immediately.It To' iwaken community spirit
A. W: Severy, John 8. BeckerAlonio' T. A will\ twist the appointed happen Area with Disph!n,ys at }'Iower'Show t! Well u to raise a fund Jor 1'
community welfare- that theInnumer.ble
to ,
intplctoret the poll. President
Lewis and Harry Cuchl- appears that the majority of offenders are Individual tolldta- 4
John P. Ntattey reported.
sill Harry M. Degler wai electedto economic Importance to At Gould Mrs Ntllle 'Torbert Florida drivers. Therefore, since we assume that South Dads Garden dub and scribed art exotic selection of tines can be ttopp d-4he direc
replace Arthur Troxell. I local growers It a study of the will be assisted by Mr* Loll these Floridians are newspaper readers, we make Uedland ,Fruit and Spire Park I the S> natives pt India, AMa. ,. tort ol the chamber have planned .
The vote return, ai given In e rate of leaching of fertiliser In Crowe. Mri. A. W. Llnifren and I will be represented In the 1f cons #.frlc. China, Ml'lloe..nd Ceylon: this' Welfare FnUval.
I'ftOUIItdem.nded by Frank Na- : the different types of local soils Mr*.,John Agnewi at Princeton this appeal for our (children through the newspaper annual Metruuolltan. Miami flower (Continued on Page....Four. .... ) The plea was worked outTI.I.d.
vtllo, defeated' councllmanlc candidate which In - .
which ll being made at Subtropical Mrs 'Oeo. H. Cooper will be Show opens today \ ., at a meeting of the
wart: I Experiment Station by H. M. aided by M,... John M. Brown, Dinner Key uudilorlum. nEULANU SCHOOL chamber director with, Philip J,
,Mayor-Hunter, 112; Mann, Mrs; Walter B. McVlcker and The garden club display It the Cronklielt In Slim add Amy't
Gallatln of the U. S Soil Conservation -
Arbogast Cited for Club Leadership i (
H. : Service.The M... Carl Motley and at RedCentiniwd one whlrh'wCln first prima In IU 1 restaurant. Mr Cronkhelt, auctioneer ,
rlerk-SChmunk. lee; Arbo- h'ai ( on Pap FeerlSCHQOLJIERGER division at the recent county SUMMER CAMPCost at Florida Gay State
experimental ttudy In Award Kiwanis Internationa] ..
o fair In it a little stream mean.erl
gait, 33t.s i I Farmers Marks, had Offered the ;
been under way for the past'two
through garden setting
'.M.rehal-SulUv.n. 148; ..Jack; I L ipr "*4lng week to conduct a to-
and probably ., 1
I years another year III .hid..llv rlaa
III tropical, t1W41 .
'" Branch!!, M; Wra, pj,Jfilliev,143;; or two" will b*. required. btor4 A. citation from KUrnatlonal Jl. asntUne..wu made by LL ': ...;.r.I 4\e etM>; M4.k. ,tMfktt. sfofa ,, ,
tb' '"-;#Uw2 R. Tisdalet ,.D(JotsWltun. rdeYlnlte 'leiullt can U released,, ( toe hit leadership/ ." Pay Sterling'tM'tUi''diaaep. ex t Ibll k ft y .,park..ret".lrlll I y project the chamber might
p r, eight; Robert V. Perkins, ala. Oallatln said )'lIIterd.,. He fa FOKDM SLATED) president of Florida City KIwants 19 In Club Embassy S fruits uodl' dulUv.tlon of operating the county select
touncll-Cuchlella, 138; Lewis, assisted by James E. Browning The primery project of the Club there Labeled and briefly d-e school tyslomX summer ramp 'at The director unanimoi$4 s
140; Severy, IS2; Becker, US; engineering aide, tnd Dr. J. L. Club was presented. last i ArbnKanl'i administration was Kedlanri Rduml was estimated. atMl.Itii IT I favored the railing" of a *..
Degler, 114; Navlllo, 12S; Sam Malcolm, station soils tclontisU BY LIONS CLUBAn President Ceo. M. Arbo nst at i Bryan Kdvarda Memorial Park m the! meeting Wednesdiijr 'tract welfare fund. Merchants
Tomtit.), HI; Tony Gucclardo, Valuable but unpaid helpers en the club meeting Mar 9. The which li being developed Into t 3 BANDITS SEIZE of the county uhuul board I I and Individual will by this plan
111; Frank V. Delk, lot; Troxell,, the local trove owners who ap- open forum on'the proposed r $7OUO community recreation The two-week camp Ik slated for i contribute to the general fund
89; Frill Schroeder, 84; and Julei ply varlout types of fertilizer coniolldatlon of Homestead and center" by the Arthur Vlnlng Rutland this lummer It re- and will then be able to tell
Cherry, '7.Delplte "to order" and nuke available Redland senior high schools will SPORTSMEN WILL' Davit Interest under club sponsorship $10,000 CASH[ AT scorch work make It Impossible solicitor, "We make no donations
i protest by Navillo,, teat samples of the toils for station be conducted by James' Mender- The Klwaniant also I to use facilities of the Unlver- except through the Cham
who was noted out by one vote analysis.This ton, local member of the county SEE sponsored the successful organization PACKING{ PLANT City of Miami south campus. her of Commerce welfare de-
the election return were accepted arrangement ti i two- school board at the Rtdland District COLOR FILMS of the Florida City volunteer Of use operating rout, 'D.987.50It pertinent". C
Tuesday night by the town' way benefit-It provides the i Lions Club Tuesday night. fire department and club efforts .1 exuexted; to conic hen state The auction, |put on throughthe
council Clerk Arbogaat awort In government: free. teat plot that I Discussion Will center around' HERE THURSDAY were Instrumental In ellml-' .Three white bandits stole foundation fund and '8. P3aO. cooperation of Murketmasler
Mayor Hunter, who jn turn ad- would otherwise coat thousandsof question from the floor and noting( the 'bottleneck" at tht 10,000[ cash'' payroll from a safe I from the arj'lJol| | boned The bal C S. Phillips, will It It hoped| ,
ministered the oath of office to'' dollars, and the completed experiments from a question box intersection of the Overkeai" In the DiCoigln Corp nation I linre uf the rent I 14 slated to be produce a iiibataiitUl sum at
the Incoming official and coun- and the resultant 1 Salty I Millanta, Miami newspaper I Color movies of big game hunt- Highway and Palm ave In Florida jacking house at Pctrrt early made up In ramp, cilr en. know how are expected to live outdoor editor warned the Ing and tarpon fishing will! be City Saturday morning, but Irfl behind eiition of till camp was ap. Mr Cronkheit WM unanimously .
Severy was re-elected president the farmers enormous sums etch Lions Tuesday night that the I shown for member and guests almost IIT.OOO mom when' proved subject) to the availability chosen at tpaaker fur Ute
I and Dealer was named to year. proposed sewage outfall from the I Of South Dade Junior Chamberof frightened by t pawing. twifth\ of the attte funds flail try, President Richard Fuiht
Troxell'i office at streets, parks, how city of Miami will bt t continued I Commerce Arrant-Smith 1'rices Plummet to $1.97 ptiglnt.Thf) funds were Insured, I Children all over the county appointed] Frank Tye to serve at
fire and electricity Committee- In hit studies washed on fut source of pollution to Dade County -I tat, V. F W. and Redland At State Farmers' Mart Night Watchman B M. Horn 'Will spend the ramp from July chairman of arrangement and
I man Continuing to eerv. ai fertilizer are through( tea waters and beaches I Sportsmen's Club Thursday night was overpowered and bound to a I IS to Aug 1. Plant are being E. B. MrCarrah, at fish fry and v
head of the following departments the toil by rains Gallatln It "Natural resources belong( to all In V. r. W: hell I Prices went Into a tailspin chair with adhesive UIM after worked out for ronverslim of dance chairman.At .
i are: Lewis, finance; Becker compiling Information on advantages the people and we should not: Chat. Herding of Detroit, I this week when 88,000( bushels' permitttng'entry of the three whorepresented I Redland clang room to dorm! (the request of Mist Cecelia
and of
public buildings and police; disadvantages of permit a few to dcatroy good irdent hunter and fisherman I of tomatoes auld for an avenge' themselves ai truck- Wry use.IlYanls. Oliva, chamber secretary, WeU
j and Cuchlella, sanitation different types fertilizer, fishing and wildlife for everyone I who it visiting Edw. Ash of I of $|1.07 at florida City State era seeking to poet a loading conic Wagon was voted a mem-
A. a gesture of appreciation to soils, cover crops and humus.Initial ," Mallanta said Homestead will show the film Farmers' Market Prices ranged notice on the bulletin board, II hires lam ere! bership In return for valuable
Wm. J. Geronlmo, who i li retiring studies show that organic New members, Stanley Witt-I it made of tarpon fishing lion I from t high of $150 downwardto The bandlfas knocked the combination service rendering the
after approximately 20 years nitrogen does hot leach M kop, Robert Centner and R, H.Maddox bunting In Utah and moos II. off of one safe and seized I Lime, Avocado Jroves: dumber. ,
of service ai marshal, the council rapidly aa Its chemical counter Were presented Lions' I hunting In British Columbia Almost Farmers got from '1.15 to (10,000( but ever-looked MOO The Five houses. and three grovel Because of the lark of fundt
voted to present Gerontmo part and that the holding power lapel pins and certificates to three hours of exciting '3.DO for pole beans, ft.50 to t) passing engine frl.htentdhem were threatened by a SUO-arrt required, about ",&00, director
with his badge of office engraved of the toll can be built up by 'membenhlp by Lion O, W. Miller I film are promised ai each pic- for squash, and 13 for cucumbers. I away from, I second aafe which I wood fire Friday, report County decided that at this time they ,
with hit name and tenure of Judicious use of cover erbpe. who spoilt oik\ Uonlsm i, lure lute 5S minutes. I (Continued Page Four) Fire Chief U II. Greet who were unable to accept an offer;:
aervlce. Finding are not ready for release - ," I I Urges that every safeguard betaken to }oln with to Upper Keys andMarathan
Callatin at Urns
now ttyt to outlntakt The chamber of commerceIn
Carnival 'Will Benefit and careful for the evaluation compilation1 are necessary jf Lest: WeThe Forget fire, on Farm prevent IJfe rd. to I Coco apontorlng the annual Keys
Annie hew :
By May Fitzpatricknight.
Dead Fireman' Family workable, scientific Information. '. . nut Palm dr. wes brought under tournament
control by county crews in time Director present Included Jim
Proceeds of a Florida City carnival ought Motive I to prevent much damage, Sharp, John Hale, Arthur Trox-
will swell a |7110 benefit Robbery tint Intimation Hial Lewis They turned In at her pathway then reaUtlni It was only -tnj : The 'firemen were not to lucky elf, A. V Philllpa, Frank Tye
fund for the family of Volunteer A. Negro Fatally,Shot had that, the Evens family h.d and Aunt Anna cooked a At wt ate supper they told Ui own braided hair, I laid ,bark : In grove tires at Perrine on Friday R. B. Mcdarrah. Mrs. Frank
Fireman Edw. LaRue Smith' decided \ for a homesUac second breakfast for them. All after getting In town and talkingIt down and appeared to be, sound, I and ,on Coconut Palm at Kent, Mrs. Marie Hemming,
killed while responding to'.n Robbery la believed to be the 0r1 they wanted to keep of the small over-possibly with Will Horns asleep I Newton rd. on Tuesday. More Mre. D. Colburn and 'Mn. Dtjlrrher. .,,I
alarm oa Mar. 10 reports Fire motive for the fatal shooting. of In Florid. wai a relayed phone possessions they had brought -they decided to let the children Bedlam broke loot. Mr Evans thin half of a flve-'", Perrine \ 1
carnWal Frank Wyllie. Florida City Negro merry through an accommodating down with them were In suit go on north, but they themselves was trying te extricate hlmseU, avocado grove was destroyed by Further details of the welfare
It being held this week in late Friday night neat the I phonal,operator the evening cues they were taking turtii would remain and hold from the hammock. Aunty lighted lames[ before they Could be festival will be worked out at a
the negro ttctldn under the tponaorthlp I old Dixie Highway In FloridaCity I before weleft,' Michigan OM carrying After retting a while I onto that bit of Florida they had the lantern, and they began' brought under control. One acre neetlng of the chamber directors !
of Florida City Kiwanis ., report Constable Pelt Morgan. II winter. Sure enough they wen they started on, and we walked already toiled to hard for. trying to find what had scared of a five-acre lime grove on In the tame restaurant,

Hub and Fir the DepartmentOf Florida City Volunteer I Reported to have been flashinga awaiting ut at the Lakeside Italian to the bend of the road with I Bleeping arrangement were me, \but I slept through It at Newton rd. was burned IS o'clock. g ,
them. I thehammock far they knew. Finally, they :
very tlmple. They strung
roll of bills at Florida City In Chicago and had added )
the benefit fund,
MM was
State Farmers' Market where he Going back we had a ratherlost up between the posts decided t mutt have had tort of Pole Beans Are Seen-; jm
tiLled by public subscription? employed, Wyllle had imly Earl) and Fay and Mr. and Mrs.Fred lonely feeling, too. They that supported a rough little of a nightmare from my arm'sgoing 5,000 Acres -
|20 by the bake sale on election was when Loomis and Marian to-their were going back where our oldfrlenda porch at tilt aide of the house- to sleep en the floor. Had Trend
and $111 at a political rally three cent In pockets Evidence of Local Popularity
day. '' .
b I nightMn. Found wounded In Miller Hammock aggregation. were and were going to by the way an Important addition they ever known the real story mv
Friday. Smith and her four children shortly after II o'clock. After they arrived here It tee the old homeilte and the of that summer-and Mr. I never .wtfuld have beard the
art 'expected return next He died of lost of blood from took them several month te countryside we had loved to' Evans got Into 'the hammock. last of tilt "". From 4,500 to 1,000 acre sri r freeze and flood paradoxically,
week from Charietton S. C,I I a leg wound shortly after admittance find a claim that suited them for well. We were rather quiet .ul They pinned the one and only Next Vtornlnr we taw them planted to beau here this lesion the .\IIw'' bean crop It expected
where Mr. Smith was buried to Dade County Hospital. the country had filled pp haler day, talking only when we wantedto I mosquito bar securely around off on their return trip to the reportt County Agent Chat. H. to be about SI per cent above
than Aunty ever Imagined It express ourselves at their him with safety pint and alto homestead and they stuck: It out Strffanl. Good growing weather average this season expert wy,
would. Eventually they built .plntl_. In giving up to pinned the ruffle of the hammock until the time came to prove vp. and a good market this season The secret .U the stubborn never
a Outstanding Cage Play Wins Roper them two t small houses far welt easily and all the time wishingwe up over him to Insure hit The Loomis family, also was am expected to encourage even ..,odl. attitude 01 farmers who
I of Redland road' lust north of had the courage to hot falling but la the night discontented to far back from heavier planting next winter react to disaster by Immedat re-
; Scholarship Offers from 3 Schools Cocopalnt drtvt. They really had wise I, being the youngest, naturallygave what email activltlet there were, The growing popularity ot 'pole planting.. This aeaaon't bean crop.
a tough time of It. Neither o< Late that afternoon we taw up my bed to Mrt. Evens and at roan M they could prove beans It evidenced by countleat It expected to yield tome 2,18 0,
them had ever lived far from the usual telltale glint of whitethrough and took a quilt sans pillow on up, they .made a twit and moved fields of lUck "tepee;" covered 000, bushel*-a little under fad
Bob Roper, who tcorad 419potntt equals Jack Marshall, Jeaae Lott, Main street before and bad never the wood and speculated the floor along the wall at the out near the center of ctlvlttetat with the acrambllng green vises year't harvest.Avgvageld
this sea xt with the Homo Robert Sullivan and other star worked out of doors It It was a palmetto leaf turning head of their three to.... Aunty the corner of Redland and add long flat pod. The pole for the past ten-
t.r steed Growers hat been offeredscholarships I players I have coached'scorer says "The following:. IW1IJIIIt'My Idly In the breeze or someone I'' had just had a rrgulatlon-aU/ Bauer drive or that 'neighborhod bean ncreaxo<< U estimated bj Stef-, year period U S.S7S,000, buahclt.SoroptimlsU .
by University of Worley Marshall was top reached the point when they felt coming down tilt trait After'boors window Fat In the north wall of and than on Into Homestead.That fan) at from 4,000 to 8,000 acrw. -
for Oil Mitt this season and Lott they had taken. aU they could of It was always tomeont! the cabin, and the moonlight left Mr Joy alone out Iq the Mast popular variety for local Chanre ,,
t, and Florida University, University of North of Mlatlttlppl Carolina, and record Sullivan,with' the have Homestead made enviable AllStan. the loneliness and hardship of coming out from town and morn.I made the small room unusually wlldcrnest, but h* never seemed! planting ll the McCailan, which Their Day of Medina;
iloneerlng Early one morning w* Ingt always someone going In. "bright to mind It Vied to walk Into bean heavy pods of tuperior
ii repertt Coach Zeal U Homettd Orwwtrtchalkad word th sit\ comioaT'.down: the Soon Mr. and M..., Evans Sleeping leaf soundly than, town occasionally and always flavor The McCatlan hat the Mrt. II. L. Dnrman Iced Crme!
r At yet, b* It Undecided at The for dinner going and disadvantage of being 'tuhwt to horn service worker; ,,.(*'e at .
their rallying
tae win acceptRoper tl-T record this put road with cry hinted aUcntly Into the pathway usual oa that hard floor I thought stopped bf e7
which offer up under a the guidance ot "Hurrah for 'Michigan. ringing and we welcomed u..... It wad of crawling and creeping things coming. Re had been a. farmer rod which ofIII'IR.ltalel l pWlraUvdiiallnitt tlib week1 maw iiig ,of. Itnme
;I was offered the Florid teeaoa. RoUtot College oa the lUll ntorning lit, too late for them to walk en to. and at I turned my head tawaonwtklng up portly uvl after moving Into with sulphur steed 8mntlmM Club.
After a .try..... by the Wesley, former which meet at the ,
contract in J, oo mrct ate The club,
who hat had tams In the ...t7..1d atones red Vet they their plan end ,M ion ever tlKhermg ,along till town up there WM never quite From .JaIIO p
th recent tour player
imivttrity! *, at, for eight of the .had thrown Up thclf homesteads thought for t moment he could floor at the head of my palletNaturally happy and tptni much Um abase planted to bunch beans.DeiplU Traduvg Pat has .changed (.18
A '!M- oundr who la elate tournament. ; I .
funs to'T611c11r.
want lessee day *
.atl'eM' toe UU, Roper yean doc IMA and wore going bock earth not put up s wayfarer' for a I gave a shriek and, M hit old :Itiro, -' bevy n.n
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New IJuick Engine Gives Improved Ann Hkktwi Graduate. I March 31 Is Deadline for Enrolling I II -LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday Mar. 17. 1'50 IL,

FISHING NEWS I Pedome.' ;ad Uq& Leas PHI! I From* Aw Mi.bews.g API in AuburnMis If I In Popular Health Insurance I Plan t Chicken Supper Mar. Jfr I S in to 1MIIDoI t clock\ Thurtdty ceJetorium evenitit,. /;' .,

B tAcun ... To Benefit K.IIJB.ft .
.... J. at cawed tf *artKAUktau I Tickets.. being sold by meojt-
Fvelkse ......... 01 the ......... .MaMto *ot oeJr CeaJtut- .... .......... ... Ap9n/tMin. . rd ..111e wonderful I to ..imsata..! 4f tkjs. OMtftff. A brre 11 ed klaa ....1 ben of. the aponaoring BandDeattor I II
.elve.1MINM .tr .MM}: 4ft.......... ,." mann ,.. >. MflattaUteeooonurt YaiMrte. pegIcie ded] the comma It rlrSilOltg H lord/ drive eoe I I .* AiaoeiaUon band member
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"heeeth Insurance Den TiMe jaahle to ecell U the bandit of .eH .d Mgh and acbDDI will
pita They
MIAMI MAC1I OCEAN oanbwl lIII.'fFM the beftormcJvt of |MnqpeMowelght Mils Nkbsn tMJen4 III hems sUty pupila. j.
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1 TIDES an lit"rweult.d ratio but *ltoMtttrtant Utetotklng beta*. offered South Dade ratenu designated headquarter, are School Band will be served from. 1 be sold alto at the door.
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In SMck grsaUy 111 911. thsgaselaltsed awed. ta teJef* nt III or .' ---
. fuel 1 Mutual Beueftl Health
aatinga in eee- alitAerompenyag l by
t ... lAw. up the effkktjr. afthe .>.. LtP.M.. .. ... oars
pIeIIt III 1W (levier oerh r NPr tw' ,
the insurance
... plate plan
Mnr It 7M t:" I.14 117Mm : IMO according to C L Blake.rile Auburn Ala, for the comneiMe- Omaha WM twtitid ye irrtiyby ,
Indorsed all four Homesteadphydleumt
It. .... $:N IM til: i meat searches: were her MM and officer of Jamet Archer by j
manager" of FrettonBrBIrdMotor ; RALPH MATOUSEK
daughtert-ln-law. and Mr. Smith Hospital Auxiliary. 'which the hospital superInUndent. I
I MAr It .U til: Ml f3MAr : Co tagkl. Bukk drake. SPORTSMEN SEE
. and the .ulUllaa.t, : o
I M I IT t H J. III: Richard L. Htckaon and Mr and to Indorsing Uw pan.Ai \, "'
: The completely mew ...... lusH I (
Insurance I* available k* ,
Mrs Sam Hickton Md Mar II II I the deadline for .
Mar S 41 S.41 sun .
It 10-00 14)41) :
known a* the F-J4I, U one of the>
FISHING FILMS vldual or family iron** MM* it I .. ,
It $ 4 SO 4.11 Johnny tBrDllment.! menaced pcnomadvised ..JfQUBCCS ... .c .'
Mar It:14 !* 1 : manyatom. .U I the new line at ptyt for aedi si treatment, haspiwiatlob I ,
I Milt U1110 11*$ 4T 4M: car botng offered by Bukk, IN te tnreB ptemgittyeither and tecl !' ,1 \I' ; t ,;;

MAr 14 II:M :._ 1:40: 1..Hf1.OIBA which Out year II issuing' the fUmt on deep-aes Ming from CAMPAIGN IL 0. MM Hi th..1o'-M' lilt. Mate H, Federal'Inns?. dentals., The-tvrgery customary *Ix' l ,. offices I. for"tJt .' ; vthe1 .
agency opening of
KtTIC lew-psired field with tta Special outboard maser bate wen month waiting period hai btt'IIl j ,. .. ,,
Nlweyor e* the Oee-OU Prod.uefc 10\ .
** rtarU. ..... aetle*, covering the eum-- waived h..t this. time to ', 'f'.ti..' /. :
Iwrri; aM drown for member of the Red inn stare at OT aDagler per I -t' '
..1_ Kw AMt priced market with the'- Super Mr, Hilt It local mil inunedete bensfltt i iIS .0\ \
.... land Sportsmen'Club at the
the fine field
.."T..... Peas*>.>. IMn....... ... AM I." and covering car !. I representative of the company, i
with the RoadmtilerThe dinner meeting Wednesday night General i
-...- Iw eivr..e AM ". I. OPENED HERE and Victor Cook. Homestead The Practice of Law
= ... AM 511. new engine, with a rttlng In SUm and A"y'* Restaurant.Cha of Cat-Oil ,
IQ Product II
toIs. manager t.*
1. Iw tot t
..- of 121 hoitepower when wed *. Brock .ha. been made I president of the sponsoring hot .l Jlil'rlnrn : i e
ems. 5uL I
,:.,- Ise with Buk-k eictwive. Dynaflowtranamlvrien secretary tt the club Local campaign headquarter : : A
] H. H.
pita auxiliary Berney,
: ..I, law.Awed: I IM.M..1 :t: : U DM ....1IIt of sew for lepreseittaMv. Coor tSmathen I 203 N. Krome Are., 2nd Floor, Caves Bldg. '

'I....... ..- aM AMIx I.s. 1 I oral peen tf. Mglneering re* Jarcees< Invite Kofoed candidate far the amttt ;t OUK ,BUSINESS* ,
1 ,pr.s.._1. Is IL. ...1... ..k totrcb and repretent the ultimate Ai for Mar. 2.1 Mat now occupied br Came BIrs.LDIimCortwrichtDies I \ Phone 237-W ,
.....__ .... ln.w swM. In Bill type of engine. according Speaker Pepper, were opened this week at Home la rerrirt
her we.iv art fill t...... I.e IM f to Uke.. TIle achieve I. the former Margaret Ann
pM'1olo' .. ..H1ea... I J.rh Kafoed. lUimi author !
"ment la lilt more noteworthy columnist and commentator, U building on N Krome ave A. T Mrs. Loran Bell Cortwrightf i
M. L Waten flahed! the enrks', 'I since It hat been accomplished expected, to be guest speaker tt, ((Skipper) Arthur at chairman of Perrlne died Friday at her I iON
south of Turkey Point and aught without. (Increasing the'- overalldlmenaiant the Mar. U meeting of South the South Dade campaign work home tt the age of 62. Funerslrrvtcet :
M mapper averaging t pound tINt power plant Dade Junior Chamber of Com- tr*. held Monday
apiece, Thty ,were caught In I The R>W deMgnatwa ftr tkt met'\'e Smaihon it expected to speak hi Miami, ,went .momln'l
about M Hour and a half with new engine to derived born .lit In HomettMd when ho rxumotMi btioL l
live ihrlnip cubic Inch piston. dUpl.cement, 111'a return apptartnrt" before campaign In Dad County \ native of San ..., q N r
the club Cent Ellenson, assistant
Fishing ha been: good tht part I which has been tubeteatially .Increased coach tt University of Miami lea this month. A definite' dttt Mr*. Cortwright had lived in Mlsml fw/cn3M"l g Itwoa.D
wrek detpltc the bad weatherFlamingo I ever Its predeeeteori 241 hat not been tet I for 21 yean before movingto
the value of football Intraining
area and Barnet Round I, ",bit Incite, J' ba "a bore ol on Perrlne She was a member of I
for lift and showed :
mow 1
have been very good for trout. I I 1-1,II Inches and a stroke of In' of the Florida-Miami |tmt. Jerry E. Winxate Dies the Episcopal Church and of the wAR><
The Florida City eanal U Itffliproducing {0.11 Inchea. Woman* Club of Perrlne ; MARINE a
At Home in Lake Worth A
Approximately 60 were present
She leave Iwo Willtrd
: ton
good ettchee of tmall I I Further Improvement art
it the netting, a brIngyour.boastodinner H of Roanoke V... and Earlt D:
uupp.nLive shrimp teem* U ntted In other daemons For I Jerry E. Wlngite' brother of r
tht only bait for the i.bel txamplt, cylinder crankcase In Slim and Amy Coo, Wlngate of Homestead, died of Miami" Shoret.: a daughter; y
S There art lot of tarpon and height ha been decreased 11 of I RestaurantIUIJS. Sunday at the Wlngite home in Mrs. J. B. Carmichael of Perrlne; I
anook la the canal I along the: I an Inch while. eoonetting rods Lake Worth tt the age of II Mr. a brother Joe E. Felsteid of
Flamingo road for the fly and and pUtoo lengths have been decreased : Chorus t. Sine I Wtof ate, who lived la HomttttaJ Coral Cable; and a later Mrs n* eewltWHea k proper
plug carter I <4 and III mehet re* In I Distrkt 1 ContestThe II yean before moving to Lake Peter Shand of South Carolina' ,.,.......ssMc let ear ewe-

I rpertlvelyBisk Worth In 1122, 'was tuperlntend tamer*, Senk which wtrr eat. 3lMONTHS IN 1X1 SERVICE ''i ,,
TO Gin t-ACT rOMTDY I said that report from Homestead High Schoolmisd ent of the city power plant the.... Miss fellows' Class Ie1gs.ds siK vets Ie- and t YEARS IN TO s rm wemc* za
chorus will this
owner of the rare already deliv compete In addition to the brother here, Sees Herald PrintedMembers year at axaerirMot CM >*.That /
A three-act, comedy Say It afternoon at Edtson High SchoolIn Mr Wlngat IN....: bit wife, rt rhea. .* oDsf yee else. row i '( tit i4Y
I the District One vocal con Irene; two Carlos of Lake of the senior H S .
With Flower, will be pmetited .. Wfc prmrfprioAi .
speech tl. The cant and the lest tpnnnored by the Florida t row M. k
Worth and Ronald of Dublin clap In social studies enjoyed a 1x\
at Homtctoad High School by I date of presentation will be announced I
Vocal: Association. The chorus r
Ot; two liter, Mrt Alice Weekof trip to the Miami Herald Saturday ,
Mr. Cart A. Field advanced later will sing AU In the April Eve
Ntptet and NfL Ida Simmons evening and taw the Sunday DIXIE DRUGHr.BaeeteaI.FU.
nlng" (Robertson) and "The of Charleston N. C; and fournndchltdren. paper la process of printing The
t Road II Calling" (Walter). { project was arranged by MiaiAnn. .
Member of the chorus are: Bellow, teacher of history rheeo I. .W. Denver Im EASED tO IKACmC DUTY
Genevieve Chandler. Rita May BCYNOIM ON DEANS LIST and current event Mr Adam II1945.3M0NTSAFTERj.
J'tJ.1tw Roberta Jean Rose Relic Joe Reynold, a graduate of drove the school bus. WAR ENDED. tI
I wish to thank those I Pay Davis, Joyce Easter, Jane Homettead High School, 1* among Those attending were Tom .. .
Booth Marie Cooper lUnnie the 45 Dade County itudent who White. Calvin Waldron, Fred Sober Benson Electric hiss I b
Mirks, Nadean Ruehle, Dixie Lee made the deant lilt at Univerilly I Bob Schowolter: Florence }
I who supported me for SchullUlchr.MarIt"n Sprinkle. of Florida Requirements for Crane Doreen Grace Jimmie HOTPOINTAPPLIANCES } R .

Marjorie Terburg, Pearl Blondo, the honor art 14 or more semester Butler Rennin Mina Marks, 4 f't/ + r
r, councilman in the recent Laura Dell left Thins N 1An. hour with, grades of more than Joyce Schowalter. Norma Jane rr..r..1UDmson.
don Elsie Radford, Bernke Tsy one-half A* and the balance Hitcher and Beatrice Link i\, + td h
7 lor, Joyce Schowaltrr Maxine B'*. I
Florida City Elec Walker. Dorten Grace, CarmellaBomrearlto McCONNELL KIN DIES n 4 Dotiile-Dotv KM* fOKFlONM'rWMfXGEORGE
Nancy Craddock TWO IVTEKNE AT H a S. ",.... Wm. F McConnell boareceived Electric Has
tion Mary Jane Himker, Barbara Interns teachers at Homestead word of the death Mat:
; Shulrr, Amy Bonnsno, Barbara High School are W, W Tomlin. T of her alder, Mrt W. A Hlnei Philco Appliances SMATHERSYour
Conner Florence Crane, Louise ton and Lyle taiga! aenlort at of Americut" Ga Mr, *. Hines had
Turner, Ruby Rains, Dan Beard University, of Miami Mr Tom. visited In Homestead, and her Ihrtaeetom I*. N1 U. S. Senator
John McKenzie! Jim Morris, Ken-. Union U training under K. R. daughter" Agne spent a winter
- I;>J.I1iI, IER u. <- Y.1 n,. Sander. David Frledrlchs, WenUtenv manual I.rtI Ina1tw- tt*e MeCthnell home I -
ls. ei and sari, tiW-Mr-CtttltM* WI 1IIt r.
,toy Sincere. with Coach Paul U "wit,.-


Milt Vera Ma Anderson, To Speak for Methodists ?

daughter pf Ur. and Mr*. Ira R.Aoderton ia1kh4t
The Rev Chas. A. Thompson H 8. Krsm Av*
of ,Homestead ha become tuperlntendent of the Florida I *

J. Brand New Portable Electric niana. a extra-curricular member of tho group Mode.1 Methodist Children' Home at I Member, of the ttorologltallaUtuU

Blue Mountain College "11I11- Enterprise peach at II I oI America'Watch
clock Sunday morning .fat the
$ alp,.. A gradual of Homestead Flrtt Methodist. Chunk
High School, Mist Anderson h I
Dc1u24Iic and
$89.95 training tf t full-Urn religious Vesper flour Slated Jewelry
SEWMACHINES C For hard-of.llearing Repairing

EXCHANGE CLUB A xetper hour tor the oard-of. l l
New isackUei fur n..LAU S
hearing In the Dade County area
wake repaired bjr factory trained ma
mill be "held at 410: Sunday afternoon . ReVBthal ChinaCbasFhr1

14* Narlk KroaM Art. |>.... IM Chunk under the tponaonhlp of Milks 1
TODAY AT R.H.S. the Council of Baptist Min...... EylkhS .
The spawn hope thai the nondeMmlnatlona .
Hsad blew CtystolEmgUsk .
service wilt win '
Five Redand Wall Moll girl sufficient publle response for S Cryatalwar : i > 'l ::

:! Home-Cooked Food won\ eom *te ta the tl all of thespeech development into a weekly pro .: .
contest ipoDsored. by the gram.Dr. The friendly store where
Coconut Grove Exchange Club Udialau Biro, host pastor, the customer U treated with
: Fried Chicken a Specialty at' a special\ assembly! this mornIng win speak and Mr*. Harry Hecht courtesy
Yenta will the will Interpret A aoclal hour win
Roy represent I
Hot Ilhcnlte ,,'Uh11! Meals
second follow the '
etub.which offer first, meeting :
Home Made Pies and third'prizes\ of IM $30 and

!. w. tine at t T M. .....,. 120.The winner win be eligible j Ij IjI
i' to compete .In a county-wide I "
1 contest.
SUM & AMY'S RESTAURANT The contestants are Janice I

Lee, r>4ore* taajs. All.. Overseas Transp. Co.
u. S. I J't| N. of Ma'eeleod rheaw .Ut-K Mur. ,OeratdiM Dmsberlty and '

!I'I -. Jackie Everett. I


r Buick's New Riviera Sedan I ,

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f 0.s War ReaadTrleJACKSONTIUjr '
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KEY WEST >*uoo sracf as sue All COACH. i., "

MACOM ,_J: _.:;.,::.- -.- ItMUsAJM SMI ScINfC KAUTY I ,
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WOtUXSTt.' MASS. .gJtncnr. IUS' .... ( feslbe sl'Qer iat &. )

Points en Florida KeysBHNMI .- Mica _- IUS I ..... ;
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.UM elite reducing DM wtr-aU IenlUlu. tt* K.(Jukit tIMiN4a1 iNMAtr.VrilU>tt Ua4 ".II! ., ... '" ALBANT ... .1"-' nil real t

.Wart. Oee of the anoat >.krof toltWlfcOtaM, *. tersilq w { 1M wtsgr .- Y01U'7 ,4ut .. r..*.. : __ MI3131 .
around rear window tin the driver. sa ttiomam U4 H tip Ak*Htart4. I* this b t*> .... ,:: ::: U.

door *ix*p M neater Sedan sire Bukk's dtrtnctf. ** ttftrtel ftadkn.. .bwrtwatjt.] lit...,4 Ipso, for Pkk- p' Service __ tUS f

tad DjrMflow M standard equipmentPRESTON .., ,,.#

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GROWERS\ OPEN Tt .......... Wthll TWO VICTORIES Experts I Offer Free Nature Ciwrses MlssMdppi. . ........ them with ENTERPRISE Friday Mar. 17. Y ;
League at Meet ItolfirtTfc th* w n it Itgure skatingtse.

BALL SEASON : teeel *U.rfl atatMO la la OPEN PLAY ,FOR I Under Sponsorship. ) of Audubon ( nMJ)1} r l '' th Florida Delegate, I

be .-....... la the council hay 91t Mtw t'ruhingtOO
alas e( for .......* city had; A free" lest Parts .otweceMrae. I ......,. end .Ma otoffMemban kcredit.. He swopt this board, Parley one Cut eil Mp
TODAY VS. mil at I eclack Vnictil when !plse R. It S. HURLERS I Ike TtoascoHfofcire Werk- of Uown. wortuho ""'nlllhi' Pariflc Cast sortie.
end spooaor will mitt shop, bona at TM: .'.. tae OMiunittee are Mrs Blaine tatelui >. twin, amishipi amber cba lon- -
Hem Thla year, Turrtmt vtiM tx sight. at University of Mind leader of the jHiimr ttiupi.1.I . *ikl' then" with .feralbersl . >HH. tow. Hodtand High Lowe was krfvlied of the ippolnlmaul -
BWy and Bob aoparwill an addition to the league. which Redland High School we* a under the ""maoraM|> of TreikeIAudubon orJ Autlubuti s.and, till.. >fkl I,m. ,onliiuml to clean up kfteei sophoMore, baa bean appointed 1 by a letter from J. Howard
pitch for the Homestead 5.:3 over Miami Tern en Klorklk tot atcOralh. U. B general
: eqK't1e0 have at least sac victory Sariety The pMbJBc. Carnuthael society. toeaiurer <.<., nil of live pall skaliMg crows' South detente a.tto wy
G.bueball nine who open teams in play; .report Promoter Mar a to open the IMO prep may raftatar by 1.1I1Iba. WbrkMs Ills miltsivvrvtee; a* a Mal t.> Mb naMftal I conrer- ou I A .se..ester ef Mr. aM ......
the lMn against Miami Tech Gen Skall baseball season Director Keoneth Close Mteati flyer urjilr further amateur HtoSitft Ale held Hay UM Joe W. tow ot IMIand. Miss

at 1:M Ihie afternoon .l Tech Lute BeMon was pitcher. tor bird expert. and derectar. of the HOLIDAY ON ICE rosiqueets ta WMtuwjkM, D. C. Mlas kiwi ta BMiMetit of tberUOarthaplat + 11

Letter men i. the starting TIE : host Bedland A thee-run outbreak Chautauqiu (N Y) hubby .u.d- Henry ....... laaMe N.fe liM-., are Home Roper who 3 FOR FIRST to the Math boss clinchedthe anre renter at Telephone MiaMI BOASTS CAST OF fibre ....... ehia tanse u... "" atef$ as' ...........J at die DM County ?
also tejjt .stb w __. She ta .etr.. tin. ta
play outfield Catcher Jackie \itWf far Redland. With the t-5JI workVf pWe nemtajsiio* at the.. who rsa lay aMsA I
1 Pop. Mm Baseman Fred Suber, Charles WU The ( y ot tAle oldttlt 1...1 W'Itt.' I
PLACE IN BLIND i 8C'Of'eW at two ell course oa natuie aubjart same fae BMja HeoJe waaatartisn .
Second Baseman George Sprig liana seared Ive Diamondbacks will be Uufiht by rive university 14 CHAMPIONS 'her. fctfemHlu. ..l *oreer,. ?..; I.
Ira'.. Shortstop Kenny Bandars, I with a double, and then came of Miami professors and nature They are aM>w. u the twogreotet
}( Third Baseman Joe Kerley, and BOGEY TOURNEYThree home on a Tech eI'f'OI' Benson .authorities", and will feature save rkalen Norway etrprodurod ,
Outfielder Jimmy Walaon. Also| walked five and Holiday on Ire of IMt I isstoww i. r
truck out three net alidea. field trip suit exhibits i
'i playing outfield are David Froed- made net erorea of '78 to was tagged for three single Pilate aim ot the workshop nf champions! The rtarttxktfsl .. The grand old man of the ko,'' Dodd Radio & Appliance
: ""IIa. Rocky Sincere, John Foulk lie for tint place in a blind bogey The Diamondbacks chalked upa U 10hIItnit'11oa" \ to < ate nttIlVilan.'t. turn His r. started his collection .. :
Ire il I. fifth ,
and Rayford Eaker, Bruce trial tournament held Sunday at Red second win of 4-1 Tuesday over subtropical nature lore U .leader the nation. nnnixrrury hat II tour athletic of of trophio" a* I school bay. 207 N Krome Ara
t wig. play Intleld.Baseball .
of outdoor aeeed-kiikg bock 10 PttWlelJ,1Mea
land District Golf and Country Riverside Mtbtar* Academy &J'OUPIo.1
-- U Eddie Adams, Club, report L. E. Mclaughlin, Benson struck out tea and to Close. champions not to mention among the: Itt .prtneVala. Many natkwal. honor fan'':

who trained Dale Mitchell. ..lareutrieCor club pro. The winner were Drue walked none, and the victor Tonls>l'i setsUo 'will be .ta of the Glamour-leer. many memben and- to Phil before/ he turned prolee'

{ the Cleveland In- E. Neublc. R. II Done and Jun ripHallted on Riveralde error. to Room Ul of the north eoanpua Ice-Squire* 'who won honor in slonaL Your RCA Victor and Television Dealer
Adam was coach Sharp. core their winning run*. at MS University dr Coral Cable their respective home towns and Key Pandas& the Danish juggling ;
*. Oscar ow w, of the University dater genlua won'' all of his ban >
In preparation for the season, I of Miami toolocy department On of '. ors >t an aerobaL Daises ore the,' Cordially invites you to view
tcp the 1 1.
Ate diamond wat scraped and S. Dade Junior Chamber of Commerce ", will give o lecture and I ,'operarnii will Its greatest tumblers, and I
f1'l''j Lr
leveled without charge by Doug rr II II'aln'l'r
I slide on "Gettlnc Acquaintedwith Nay was rorognued a* the'
Tower, Coach Paul L. .
Worlcy announces a South Florida Birds Mam- reiitrit acrobatic' tumbler ta
says male and Reptiles". Society President I'-ixnhyrn, before be became a'I II
Clay .la ills needed for the John R. Voaburih) will present t professional aerobaL Holiday on Ice for 1950 t
Patrick's Day
(latleld and the pitcher' box, *
an Introductory measafe Ray Carter, Holiday* singing\ .
Other Instructor from j the university 1 master of ceremonies, war a
DANCEChamber will be Dr. H 1 T Strop California collegiate tennis king'' "n

Benson Electric Sen ires checker, zoology departroent\ Roy II before the. war and has won I' 0\f WTVJ, Friday, &I.r.17, at 9:30: P. M.
of Commerce Bttlg Mar 18 from I to i o'clock Woodbury botany department; 1 i--"iti honor In a dorm tournaments

Radios & Refrigerators i Donation $3.(On per couple Dr. V. O Sleight, geology de-, since He has seriously' Our ..... will rrmila. apes fee this *'h. \1 c.
rrinecUn.t pertinent; and Dr, F O Walton "ii'It-red turning golf profet-i iII
133 anti) !lattar..,.
For reservations rail BOOB ,
Smith, director of the marine II I when he decides. to retirer
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I u Kinging 1
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Tour Srhcdulfd Daily Another top-flight golfer 1 11
lk>\\d Moore of Dallas whose
For Everglades Park power drive down the fairways

New Shipments of Enjoyment of the attraction I hate gained him I lofty position
in Texas golfing, circle.
of Everglade National Park la
Jackie Dunham, pert little EOIt10N
not limited to folk with automobiles

the I Hi IIwood Rlnmour.lrer, 1 b .n
park can be
seen on winter tours conduct. I ;jll"xund athletic champion In j
ed by National Audubon -nnming I diving tumbling
Nitrate Soda and :,krthill and tennis
of Florida Greyhound Unes.
say Superintendent Dan Beard I Lovely Fay Shelley of London 36lAMOUA I
behind of medal
leas her a floik pJp I
Person may Join the one and ICUIf
the and honor when she decided to t a
two-day Audubon station
skate In the V s., 28
S professionally rr
wagon tours on Tuesday Thurs- I
and Joe Shlllen admits to few J ,
day, Saturday and Sunday Inlomettead I I ALt STAP ACUCOMIINT
swimming records In his natlt
but mutt start at Mi- i ,
1\oII'"n. The same for Bobby Oi / / jCa
mi on the daily Greyhound
I Johnson of Hrook>'ln, who In I
Nitrate of tours *.ll'i! ">n, was a New York state 115
PotashI The Audubon sight-neers areaken '' i t
by station 'wagon down r. .fr skating chump ,
; through the park to Coot Day for e I But the outstanding swimming NOW PLAYING Coral Gables COLISEUM
l'h.mJiln: of all II Mi" Eve Re
I transfer to a cabin cruller, On Monica Aof Limited Cngigtment, [vet. >i30, Mat. Stag. I:10frk d
Santa Calf, skating
I he way, the guide point out the director' .* IM. Tarn. 91.15. $2(0, $1.45. Cam A4m. $U5 i
subtropical bird, animal and
There are few other Urge MAIL IMIrl rHUl MOMfnT. lacleas tltm ped ratwe s..>Wa*
I\ and a Brand New Form of Nitrogen i iII unique plant life In that the make national the systempetial park. s \

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attention' I* given the 1t
which be added to foliage particularlyon how of waterbirdi. and roseate 1 ijl'I
,, may sprays : of I
Chicago who has heM
oonbllli, white Ibis, egret and r I
limes and ocados, : other' tropical specie. Wore speed Mating title th.n'' : ''I j l
any other
ro-ipetitor J In
BAKtM BIT raOrEITY world Three. timer r. ':th r.t: th'l tk!

DuPONT'S NU GREEN Mr and Mrs M. A. Baker oftedland

I rd. have bought thetermer

.....- .-., j .Gustarua Loweathal..residence1 e 1J.
..-Bcntk-at. in lloridaIty
: The sale. was mad by'

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. ;Echoe Jordan, registered broker. i ::1

Manufacturers\ of I I'I
I ienwn! Electric Services ....

Radio & Refrigerators I : lV
16 Henry R. Pridgen. Mffr.\ Homestead. Fit." I ..
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Amerlra's Lt.I'rWd.StralL.-I. T. Ab.c..loMd. Trsvrlaj'' Ride IX. Finser.Tlp Starter, Bulteaj // ,I
can rhamp:-no a world title. $ .
!., LewMiJMeW Car Ofwlag CM .. Dltliarlively &setif.l Sweep ].. Fall Omailam TlmUWd. .*.1 /. '" hoi lei1. and a champion of IRIS 19450 e
Drive Stream Seer Fender Ensemble: Rear Vindew Melding. team, i
IIrdra.Mik American Olympic r' :'uit ,
}t' ...-.........-- *. Sparks. LntwiMM...... Fee< \+. Twht Dart Outside Air nealtarfaa4 X j' a resume of his brilliant sports IYa YY.Y. '

> >ft. Ta Mast Besotifiil TUn|ea R teals lariat Arm RM...Assist Cards miQiislUf VeaUlallag SyMeat1ft. s history This doesnt even startto e
.1. t laae C.II" '. litre r w14 FsByJJ.rd Trap. { count his Interscholasticrecord ei
4. FSTMOT Silver Steak EnglnreWCWIre 1*. Wide renfMtskle. Seats With Kiln: Laiisg ; In baseball, football
o New, Mw. Pewerful Rrrtfully Cmaird CeiliiMM! swimming and track.
]" CemtM-BalaiMel Self Lecktn| . .ondlt'taBIG
Straight Eislit er SU Feminine honor 110 to vlvsclous i
11. Tide., EMyAren Deer* ) Task LWI. ) "" '
7.2 ft.*Wgorofor
rjbrothy Goth, who before
< Terld. Rrewmed. Road Raved far IS. Bens, Safe, Priest TU-w" wllh I" s-.dwLlJrr! ..- 1 ihe hud
1C, won vrr sns-
Ree: sassy awl Lee Life bin Vid..k Caned. Timl4iii. >U. rrwur ;Tin* e* Bread. Shag J Ion was Mating honor east* ol> the it VEst, 71 aWPI rabbi eater fMt-203 Uum"aikl a : J.,

.. Sapie'W, SapeeAnag AH Steel 13. tlu Slled! Dial duster Dwk - r Ptia full width Aweilnieej .a

.B.dieakFUwtPRESTON. 14. BsaJ Crip PsrkJ| Brak ea Dale >arteis4-a .kiawy Advanced :
DMign f.Uir -youaseoly ri
Brooks Inc. Dram Millce at this_ .

is rhGaoera $1866 ing low price See It now I :.

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These 1-S Pans Sfr Put 8yrmmr \

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'"nt0 Payments: u low u.
Mellon Electric has
'1:10 a week ,

Philco Appliances
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f. B. BIRD MOTOR CO. Benson ltidio.' Electric. Services ? Princeton, !!*., Pbeae4i2jOUsat .. I I .

tt RefrigeratorsPrla.eha
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I Pk. 6U .established electrical: leMMeKr.ta the BiflMiil to Princeton IllICIt WT. '., i iI

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''feLeederEnterprise / A. tear* were baete.Mr .. .' :L. dpI ,g Maxtl'sNrirlMae D&JINTBDPRI R frU..II....
*. w.t*MM?ed dautteM *-' .. liig dar. .
Vary ud Auk, k.v* re>- .hWM '. w''sawn b, a dweae..n.rrc5a1
ta.asd feeu a etS M Wed Pal.Read. ---. DIIfIaIt i Crime Comniwien. of Greater Miami .. J J
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M .pIs alao by city adownty 901 IHsttrm I..,. >
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/ II a1 M IM .... save. GOVERNMENT SPICE PARK A .postends exhibition, MMiaad I Miami 32, Florid i iI
; w" aa toNay. rEar Ilai ? IIIMael rower dhow ww. urpa- I !;
N apply for membership in THE CHIME COMMISSION
: tC..U.v l free Pa.* One) to calve tatoreJt to gardenIng '
rr now k* kf teen at the: park and U> fanWUariM cardeaanwltk OF GREATER MIAMI .
: ...z..ft.,. OF THE .-PE PltI i r,.. HI M> ili ol the four-d.y the ruuntfcM varlatw .( I
: us.. _J ..w seta be a (arBMooolycod South. Florida plants. and flow- 1 F 1 Regular, $10 or more CM?** U AflsocJate..
4aIa0M contest. .. day of ....
a rare H Contrftwtihf, $SS or more moie

.: MAaf --nub.a.- ... ..1Ik..<.<.,Xut'Ne I BY THE f Plf- J\ .I W-garden flown apots ta from of the MM wotM.Uterett lanoui -. 3 BANDITSCoottMwd G IiwUtutfeflaT! *00 or more .*.*....*. $1 or .

e .aar. the is .reported- ),nueAig.. WpM ( INM i I enclose! tile um .f $..............JM dues for one )'ear.
1 alTgN 1'DI -- MpetrtkMwhlck Pact One)
: a D.M .'...., 1M 1-..., -1 THE .p suRE U one of H different COMpetttiv Wd HOW In Mh. 'Beginning this datci As a member, I will endeavoro
: Odddr d 1.1. Cwwn :""., IIA. FOR rf.r' bh a e / event pan Amerteia Ham was i atom. <. about 4K: secure at teat one new" member.
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MJ I World Airways .. flying in the I a. M. ky Janitor A. A. Unkoui
flowers from Hawaii Mexico who alarmed. Hat Manager J
&.:;;:. .. ... /r w -..: 1 : ttl9 j I Peru and other faraway place Mat OtfeHI who ,live arenas th- }"te..... ... .... .......... 19........
.., I wear ": Special emphasis will' be given .'..w.,.
.N....awA... L lwa VI w. a.drr W :MN: ,, r+ native/ Florida and tropical plant- I, The e** b "been* leiveetigateby Print) Namelusinow !.... ...............................".... ..............................
loge and hundred of ferna, be- I I CMwfeMe Pete Morgio
i I gonlaa. ,'caladiuma and other va- Deputy Sheriff J. P. Kersey an Address....... .... ........... ..... ..............................
.. A Miracle rletlei will be I'' In denonrinattone
k on display. ol '
; Expected to be med In arrangemcftti newer. the" payroll wad$20 In an In 'tesidcncc .. ... .... ....... ...... ....... .... ..........
by participating garden ;.......1 eaeehgwe reedy lee dir
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By Awilt ,
Mithew nu *trlrkln
1 RI .1 I clubs, are collectarf' ling trltwttan td workers: Saturdamomlng.
< Zverglade! National Park) such ai antique gloss and other : The fund had bee
tftd WIT ever nee i mtowlef Wtil I, unique conuinera. Driftwood and withdrawn from. .banks Frida
f did conch ....Jw.,11I be uaed for at- Redland Plumbing Supply
One Sunday morning on the I rr Ar !' --' a I mocpner. and bamboo segments I I day.According' to O'Neill, the ban
walkway'crae the touch and kitchen uteniila will be dite would have gotten a large
When tht milt riling drifted K.ward .* pr seed Into service as contain- haul 'last, week when. the lineal 280 So. Kromc Ave. Homestead. Phone /Sll-J
oa the breeze
era crop was at It* peak.
And lender willow tips were
dripping .ul| with dew. j Complete Line of Plumbing. ".

Dull Illy pads were Coaling on ROOFING, ALL TYPES I

the waters dill I I Supplies) Galvanized Pipe, Fittings
Than suddenly, coaxed by the '' No '
II1OrDIIIUp.; join! too large or too small

Thousands ol tiny bloom spread Krpairs. Modern equipment. I

their stars golden bum through"petalsAS the sky, Bi Lt9UllUlllgllllllIIIIIlI1ll Insured anti apprord.For I

_a tummer'i night. i ,
lllllnlllll IIIV local talent, arePaul R. Ruwell. :J| Mr. and Mrs O. A. Hack an. contact call Urookcr'a 62 or 813 "
i On Mlf pad was floating almost I Franca! grown, Carolyn Ander- nounr the birth of anon Mar. "t.. .
'.tour feel' .on, E. H. Gallalirr. W L. ('oh- ':'\,\lt: In Hunt ho>piUI.. ." See U* Also .i
.. With tight UUIe, hard, green 20 Years Ago ;ft Ivan Mour, Dave Williams, "Houw gueiti of Mr. and Mrs.J. M. MOORE fore '
k bud upon It Irving Lyon. Georie Fuller I LawnSprinklers' s
i : Arrant are Mr. and Mra.
A petal quivered at I sleepy .y.- Ceorse Hanxm, Noble holly,d, Harry CuNtanc o( Orlando . I
I lid nutters.auddeeer no Lrs.a h... III ....... I Cieiirie Oxford Marian ('.mp- :The: cueiU were entertained at
that bud becontcs I 1x1 law p n..p w Y l. bell Mrs Miry Webb, Anne I j I I luncheon . by Mr. and Mrs.. A.
full blown ''bon''''". a.-.d....t art>... U4M tare Inm. >n.ti Ik, nk IM* ew Polk. Shirley Maberry, Ellen: !.I: A. Bu_, . ." I As You BuildInsulate t
..,.. huff Archer Smith Stubble
14. area M* OM. It, tot. j
J'.T.A. TO I" LI' .and_-.. a..a. a.i.nua, s.s. Crow, Frank Undrman, L..bon I I I "Mrs. Blanche Chapman will .
Mw as ins'
Bishop, Jr., Deulah Lee Milli, be horteu to the Helping; Hand
(Continued from Page One) Roberta Home, Nancy Boyer. Society. ,"
.land Mrs Walter usher will I Mary. Beth. Miry Williams. Irene I "Mill Thelma Beautify Plastic *
..llIillllmalllllllllllllll1l1l1ll1llllllU/II1! ! / M.rtllJI.ed
Wotll,with Mrs. Roy W Ilirk- Rohrrr Anita Smith, Miriam
neraMrs.. K. J. Morrianey, .... I "Elec-tlnn: of I library board to Burton' Julius lirolhrr. Amy I I daughter/ and of Mra.County James D.Commis.sinner Redd,
B. )"leath Kolden and Mr Neaf share Home Eloise: Bradley, (Inca I became Garden Hose
rrKponiiblbty for the inuhlcipal the bride of Carl S.
i w,. Hrimh. Alice llobton Frances
1 KntrrUlnmeot feature library by co-operating Doriey. Miry Strlfanl. Wilma Anderson on Mar. 13 The ceremony
was the With.
with the city council and thelibrarian t'lorrnre''I via performed by Dr. IJvJinfuton Waterproof
I showing by Dr. J. A. Smith ntmovies. ) Caper Vlr lnl. Pierce .
/ Munroe pastor of M. LChurch
of the recent Smith-Gordon wai suggested . Nelson Marjorie Webb Elizabeth .
South In the living
safari 'la South Africa.Named . by Mn. L. L Bow Ins talk hall Evelyn Davis Mollle Wilson of the Redd home. ." room
)t to a committre to nominate to the homestead notary Club" Louise Barnei, UorU W.rr.1 I Far better performance, GalvanizedPipe
new officer* were Clarence ". .M. P. Wollam foremen 1. C McOuIre, Ben nicsprs, W. ""'fl. Preiton B. Bird veer longer life. and safety, pro.lecfyourearwithamadam
Gray, Mn Thai B. Itoyal and for the new experimental station R Nelson, Mr. C T harper I hoiles1 at bridge .In honor of her ,
Mrs "",John M. Blown A devotional building, has ordered material Letter Lawrence Edward Stilini.Mn. . sister "'r.. Larry Pedrlck of /NtIi4 ATiC. weatherproof ,..
service was conducted by I,I for pouring the foundation of the i. E. DiMi. Gieula [Drndy I Wayrrou. Ca.
I Louts B. Poole& religious director structure\ ." and Bernice MrEwen ." Mri. II. II. Ewing president. We've all ABC ludg'l Pay-
of ,Camp Redland. I i I The llomntead P. T A. wU "Herman M.rki' and Mri. II I wai hostess to the Garden Club,'" men. Plan exactly suited to .
Refrtt.hrnrn'' wired by present a blark-fart minstrel In Peeked of Tampa are vlntina j "St. Patrlck'a green. predotni'I I l ). ,.. your Income No red tope
Mrs Loll Crowe and Mrs Jo* Semnlole Theatre Member I her with their brother and .la- I I noted In decorations for a b ne- \ Ij Start payment when job Is
W. Lowe. of the cart, mad up entirely o' I ler-ln-liw, Mr. and Mrs. Max, fit raid party for I the Legion/ and v.air finished Come today and Lawn Mowers\
Loaner ." I| Auxiliary for which Dr. and Mrs r) \ 7 I see our garage ptans-n* .
(' obligation.
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,'H.fitJPAtdd Fine Furniture I !
"II Brooker lumber To.
Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods ,

1 Caklnrl work Chair (...... ErfuiUblnfCer. \T
i 1 Bbcayoe. Dr. Jk Redland RiL Phone ".-, RI RITLzT7 Phones G2 and 813 'I

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TilE MarbicTcrrazzo 1
)Rock and Concrete Products ,

What varuewouldiyou

r Red lark Pea lUck ,
'. Coacrrl R
1 place e Blacka FlU It's Time-Tested! I

/ a Rtady-mlxtd. Concrete'Tl .,
1I When you build-rcmcmlcr. \ :The Insul-
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I \ '' :oh your f. Mastic Laboratories guarantee,ul.Maslicla j
.' > Defiler Anywhere oiI4)ase
material for'ten
; against
Let give estimate the
us an on
all weather conditions: IllI| UM) : ;,sUc f It applied you

telephone? to a trickncss equal to 15 coats of terrazzo and tile work in your new ..

BRANCOR Inc.H. ordinary house paint\ with- especially designed .
building or in modernizing
hir'compressor by skilled your
spray guns
i.5raadeabargSr..Pre.Mrr, radli.CerndlwVla-.....
r Whit value would you put oa )your telephone if you workmen. Insul:Ma4ie| covers. any surface: : present home Craftsmanlikc work

r stone to name your own price? What' value would you Hock Pit on Red I and Kd., S. of Mowry Ph. 419 rough or smooth. Available in white or

' place on those errands your telephone runs, aU over beautWur pastel shades:I {InsuI-Maatic is guaranteed. Many\ patterns of material -.

town, la good weather and bad? What Is h worth to chit : which dusted i deflects with a the protective heat rayst coating of mica to choose from. i

with friends and relatives benever you please .. or to \ .* :

make a date for bridge or fnlf JALOUSIES ..0 y We\ sell tile to owners or contractors. ,

What value would you put on thai hurry-up cad to the I DIal48.9510', \We stock' only the best makes to

family doctor . or on those important business calla or .83-6982 /NSl/rUI
: insure quality in t
yet sometimes receive at home \\1Ia""', the price tag OB Glass Wood For Advice and Tree \ { appearance your ;
Estimate on Your Jobl!
a familiar voice ylihq you a beait-warming "H ppj 7 y hl i i'Jcuy ie building. i
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.\ 4ProbablY1ou'd -. ; Torahs.ITearslorayt.-
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Aluminum' '
find h almost Impossible to eiUma \ ::. ,

\ 1 the IuD value of constant dependable telephone aerrice. I _ _ ' e f "i

When you think how much: it.don for )you' compared to New Building Construction I

what you pay telephone_service stands. out as one of today's Repairs and'Additions Under IMI.A. d Southern Tile Coy ;' .A
Ventilated Awning Shutters
real bargains .' ; ,
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S'' i MIAMI I .4
it i Y 4 George N. McHugh*ir terBisCATtO r 2500 S.W. 28th Lane Phones 4-6037-Wt75 j f .
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(! 1Mr. W MM. Ma* )0. WH*>, DaiuBatttattt ......, 'II! add Mr. at* Mr*. Jaoa.A........ r MRNT tII B 'ftNt>.iJ ;. 1 ,1SI-9
''Jr., and diu MiM. Jw4Mk mm boon r ti1MwkNelk ella_, .. ; Mlaety, virUgt of MitMl aotf LM
and Sandra Let, tueet It IMWSaturday 'ion wale wiUb by. fte. 'I wives lien this weal Gall aKat taw wik-aai< kara I
In and Around aw hit ......... Oa, ffaV tW. fWPV- -* (UM*> Frisk (UfXi S''.*.th. as 1M way taew Utueri .4k Met W........ paraaat, Mt.
where iiec. Paabody w4B a..ea4adMtl DM It a eta tf Mra.. Mane | =: Mw.flM J awl Mn a M ........ Our,Main\ Line Is Dry Cleaning.
aaaneiilt bode oHlctra. ...... af Dr. at* Mit. ; f..
Mr Pee4y it t ilataonleader =- i i Stat laabeesr. .iIace -.--.-' Bat. !. aceataaMdal MW et.etMra WO have cede
Homestead to c.. D. llltk W>a try.Mra. char* of' tINt PaKttfouU fflitof JAMM AKOHEftiKMftTAL IMI11I ............ Ie Ita" say la (dry left wMk an /.yhadeP
Honreateed lleu.naa oe.N unit Mr. Mil lira ; ....... ant and daaewed took Ie see Meal . .a lkM tae needwake
the RMfinon!.I! IMiortM vHrl
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MEWS e Map try a4 laundry.
.... havalmovad
tnn Uttt MM Oadd !den of the U B Flak' attd Wild.
A. 8 Rkatdaa of Mo their new home on.i file Service The Springer1 ...- iNN NNN........................ AU garmaala (insured tonal theft lira. tad water
WatAtnitoo, Oa, It i haws guest fee OM Mitt H Steve Stephana* of Homestead Mr and Mrs John Hfckaan and ol her _-lA.Jew and daughter of N. E. 11U itMartm Steed to compMt kit juaaw
To Mr
expect lo Mil today for Greece daughter, Margaret sad Mary Dr. and Mrt. Joe. M. Burton. I year fIt-hyh. ..... uMOee. Mire at
where he will wail. hU mother, Lu ..., art. occupying their new Fume wat returnotV Miami, a ten MI Mar II. TRADE \WINDS DRY CLEANERS
Mr*. BUHa Steptiinoa.MiM home on Newton rd. wed of Houaa guests of Mr. and Mrs home lilt week from Dade Oaitn-l A reseal greet al the home al To HttnetWd Mr Md Mile, John Davlaonal

'1. Eureka drMn. U P. Kendrick and Mra. Ken'drkk's 1 ty Hospital where had had bet Mr. Mid Mrt T. D. aHptth. ot Mar. Itt ; Se o .. It. FIM Aft,, W W. SLYEST Mgr, Pb..a NSr
ArMta0;" end Mill mother, Mrs, M f Wol-i under treatment far tafwlet ..,-'Green Aent Orevt* woe Mra, I
Doreen Grace arc attending a W. K. WaKon, her cousin lam art Mr and Mr. N CRhlnehart feted in. fall Margaret JrartBH. Durtinc writer, Mr. and Mn Harry Biahop I-
two-da convention of Florida I Mr. Mable Posse of Lowell' of Houston Tex. Mrs.I. . I I who live in Ithaca, N. Y of Homestead. p daughter MMar I II
ttudent t. council' which began MOM, who hai been vlartlng her U J. Ragas of New Orkaiw-and I Mr. and M.... Otto FU yesterday In Bradrnton. The two air werki. and three of their Robert Kuhn of University of St. Augiwtlne have moved 'bark Mrs Gwvt Pattlar of Dvlrtit Tatleabburcery I ,
Ire .representing the Homcetead Coral ttablet friends left Saturday Georgia. Mra. Kendrick It the to Homestead and art making''has been "MttiIIC here at the -Mn. Uerlln Feiton of I r e
High School council!, by plan far Guatemala and mother of Mrt. Rhlnehart and I their home at the comer of Rk*. I home of Mrs Krva Tyler. Kay Weal; Settle Wright and e /
are now enjoying a ten-diy tour Mr. Kuhn and Mrs Wollam UMrt and rd and WikUn' dr nelort I ___ IMomie J""klnltomt<.tNd. I IIt
Mr and Mr John Slmmi of of that country Raiat mother going to SU Augustine' two and Mr and M re. Gro. llmlnin rt .......llt'i mlll. j
Miami moved Tuesday Into their a half yean ego Mr. and MnFellon Wood River III. and Mr, Hud- Medical-Mra., Wm. I.ox. Mrs,
new home on Newton rd' near Mew home-owner here are Mr. Mrs W D. Hearne of Tampa lived on Tennessee rd. I atm'* mother, M..... NeW iluAmm Sarah Walker Mrs E. E.
Eurekt dr; They hive thl't'ed.uahlHt and Mr. James McConnell and spent Friday night here. with her of Irving, HU hare returned II. Mir May E Riley. I'Im'j
Join and Beverlynow two ibiuchterl\ who moved lad brother and alter-ln-law, Mr. Curate Wednesday at the home to their homes after a two-week' West berry. Wm. Fox, Dan
or spring vacation from week into their residence at (40 I and Mrs. Den Archer. Mr Archer of Mr and Mn. Ralph Jordan' 1 visit here' wills Mr. Hudon Iw. Homeitcad; Mrs Roy ..v-
rioridi State University. and N. E. Fourth ave. Mr. McConnell.j hat been a flu patient this week. were Mr and Mit Albert Wood, ,parent, Mr. and Mrs B R. ender Naranja: Mn Morris MiCleltan \ .
ten-yeir-old Katie. and an eight- a former resident here. li a grove old friend from Detroit, who Swllley. Gould; Let Douglas TWIN FUU-WIDTH FEATURES
year-old ion, John Jr Mr SimmipracflcM Inspector. for the tale. plant Mr. and Mr r D. Mver of art pending t vacation al Miami Metcilf. Mar Wilier, Miami.
law in Miami. I board Mr. McConnell formerly' Halnlln dr and daughter, Anltra, Deach i Mrs Joe. L. llkktnn returned Kermit GlaaUm, Dlarkwell S. c I t i
plan to leatt IN THE DEEP COLD ZONE r I
-- lived In Avon Park Fla. i Apr I to make Saturday to her home on Hlikwm -
Mr and Mrs Oscar forest of J their home In Hartford Conn. Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Kitchen dr after a alx-wrck visit
N. Krom rd, are .parent of a Mr and Mrs. Sherman Wood I where Mr. Myer will be employed Mrs Lottie Marshall and Mill with relatlvea In St Louis The 101'0. lone Built.In I IFrwNf
on, Robert, born Mar. I In and children Diane Lorayne and Mrt. the former Helen Steel left Monday for( their .j'II: sheer 45 Its, of
Miami, hwpltil Mr. and Mrs David have moved from Miamito Mill Betty HalnllnI home In Toronto. Canada aftet- a Mlru Joyce' Muifrovt ot Mlwnl -- frnxmt fixxli!The brand new New
I KitHi- 1
Loreni hive also 'a.two-year-old mike their home at '38 N. W t visit I In NiranJt with Mr ,pent the weekend here with Qurck,(tutor chilli (a've'r.
I Mr and Mrt F J. Dvlnoton nf en and Mrs. M."h.k brotherand
ton,, John First QUICK
ave Horn diwurrU. nnlndsLae
'Chicago arrived Tueadiy for a al8 'r.ln-law. Mr and Mrt I"her parent, Mr. and Mrs Hubert alga
visit with Mrt.. Bytngton titter, J. II Kitchen I!MuiHiroveCtpt" FrttztrrHllCO liugo liuilt-In nicfll nm niirtnnnt CIIIItIR ,,
Mrs, Chat. W Camp of Bauer ___ Immediate Service Fine thuM) latest ruin
! dr Mr and Mr Frank Van Til-! ml Mrs; : John F Gilli. t (eaI"", our tUrotBuilfh r
i : berg, who have been viritlon her who have 'been ipendmg. soy- 1 /
., Wm. J Geronlme hat been returned Ing at tli, home of Mr. and Mrs1'oral day In' Key West, an. ... Reasonable Prices
F rI ...,.. ---
home from Pratt General Edwin Long left Thursday lor peeled to return,, today to the -
i Hospital where he had been amedial their home In Dunkirk Ind. home ol Mr and Mit Adrian 1t
patient Jacobs for a visit before hiving Quality Workmanship ) ....... ., '
I Recent house guests of Mr. and for their home In Norfolk V... ; h
1 HOUM runt lad week at the Mrs Rex Jacob of W. Mowry
home of Mr. and Mr*. J. R. By- .L were' Mr. and Mn Gen FII,- Sunday uncut of Mr. and Mr aa 9 - - ,t In troy, 0'j j
I'I'I 4 rum were Mr and Mr*. Paul gerald, Mr and Mr. ChilI. FA e- O. /t Jonet of Fpimre! dr were ENGINE: OtLRIIAlL 1 I ,tr -T 4 r
Dale of Greenville. S. C.. Mrs comb Flies Phllomcne EtnckMl Mr. and M.... II. F. Campbell of o 0 0010 fa '
'vsrtll John M. Comb of Columbui. 0.. ** Laurena Prlngle and Mm I Fort laudentale| BRAKE tin\1('. C
, and Mia Cora Byrum of Anderson Mary Dillon, all of DetroitMr o I ImQleld'I Is
I S C. Spending a week herewith I Mr. and Mr* Max 11t'f111. MOTOR TUNE.VP
Joe Bvrum w.i Jerry Blanco > and Mn W. W. Woodnon" Mr and Id
The laftatilt, death rttt (lo the United of New York City who served of homestead pent several l daysrecently I ri.'I t'I"f; will have I UtONT END o ALIGNMENT QOpr fF

State It very low. From 19)4 to 1936 we e three yean with him during the In Ukelind with their by plane Saturday for a vacation I o toble I
war daughter Mix Minnie Dell who ; j
In Lo Aniiek tAirlnii their PAISTISGbODY
ranked tevemh In the..orldled only b;New I I. a student it.Southern College once, Mr. and Mr. lurk 8b-1 o She1+S$ I
Zealand, Holland, Australia Norway, Switstrlaod Mrt Wm. O'Dwyer has been I nnld of Gilmrll" la, will day AND I'tNnl:1: : 1
I and Sweden. pending an eight-day viriUonit I Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Mill of with the lend: daughter Juunnc 1 ItrAlao; 1'r
Key Largo Angler Club 1
Loa Angeles were Sunday guests '" fold
i Yet 70,000 Intents die annually. tin firttaaoMh where she and Mayor" ODwyer of Mr. Mill* undo and aunt Mr. SLAT ('O\'UII from
of life end from the spent their honeymoon MrsO'Dwyer I and Mrs Wm. T. McConnell
JJ.OOO mart Mr and Mr F.: A. From, 'her o
neoedtotLeraelhhmoothlfowmaoyofthesepredoneinfants : wit accompanied by spent Sunday In Foil Myer V'UOLl4ttIINGVNUU'OA: 0
j. Mrs Edw tlernecker, also of JMoir
Mr. and Mrs Idchird Folk o I Ie1
might bane lived hid their mothers bid adequate| New York" City, who was matron have left for their home In Alliance Mrs Ilaksle. Groover of Home- TINQ eMf 1

prcaatal cart under tht direction of competent phjrttciial' of honor at the"-I-wedding O. after pending the aei- tend. underwent' surgery Saturday o ( I

It t" now up to the mothers to like tdvinugt of the Mint Wanda Smith I left Tuesday son here in Victoria hospital" In Miami PORCFLAINI7INaLtnitlCATION o r

knowledge and skill of the |physician during the trying Louis afternoon. to visit relative In St. Student at Florid* State Unl. y

month of pregnancy Wt are reedy to supply the needed verily now home on spring vacation Mr and Mrs Garnet Wilwm, of o
Include Mime Emma,
dietary' supplements cad other medication ordered by Mr. and Mr*. Jesse Pearl have Dorothy and Ruth Engel Mil Fort Liuilerdilr and children. o lost W..ftI.'ou to mmpitni 1l
Jimmy. Carol end Betty. visited i ? <
Poet &phTtldto. moved from 181 W. Mowry it Miriam Holmes, Mill Suzanne her A ('OMrun: : r i wri:R.TOBUMM.K thin great new I luliv, fw.lurr. fur r a
Sunday with Mn Wlhuibrathcr
to home on the comer of Richard : Drown and Mill Qilhirina and titter: In-ltw, Mr i ; hLRVHt.: fiwlur H-uliKi hint t>y cubic fut'l- p

AIR CONDITIONED rd and Avocado. dr. ThompsohFLORENCE. f J and M.... Ronald lUwl.., ...11 nlh.ircluUn I oBCDGr.'tl.1.M with any rvfrlgoalorat| lie pears, low Ihiwn) Payment 1
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t l'I '! "!-t':' I .Yjt : I daughter Cberlvn, accompanied AS4DVJr2IVi"rfT; i
: Glades Prescription'SfiopHOWARD p Mr" "" Eo L,; PatelU end I Iaon. Mr and Mrs. Wilson home for a 1 WRECKER: o HFR\ICE deluse refrig.rabrr: .:sUq.; Installments

Bill are IU of flu. shod visit e

JOHNSON. r.... a.Krum. Expected:. to arrive tod(" UMiit .1 jj I
I II.Jf Ava. Pbuna (4I house guests of Mr' and MrsDon Invites you to I al the home of Mr and
E. Ferreyra art Mr andMrt. stop for Mr*. Donald C. Mallow of 101 Bird Chevrolet Co.
. Jot Lynch and Mr and S. W. Swum aerr Mr. Midi \
Mr. Burr Holland, all of Hor- I t.* ion'* mother Mn It II. Madison 17 N. Kreme Ava.llMneitrad Benson Electric Co.

i ,I of nell l!Mrs N. Y.Ferreyra Mrs Lynch. It a titter Curb Service and brother. Ro). both of Rncheiler .....
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I Benson Electric Has Electric Services 1 to It P, M Dilly Phase p. Your Dealer:
I Benson Dependable Appliance !,,
Miss Barbara Jean Smith I III o ,-.. J't I
1 jPhilco Appliances Radios & Refrigerators Mr. and Mrs Wm. MrMlchiel al expected, '" arrive InHiiy from 22 Yearn With Olitvbl! tllulJlihfd l elurtrlrul runlrailiri In Hit IteiUnnda.In . ,
and ton have moved from Avocado John B. Slftwm University to 1 h. ChevroletTYPEWRITER f'Hncrl hiNt 1017 .....
I FriareUn, Ph. 411: Prlnrrlon. Tk. 44t dr to their new home at ADDIS SUVA 8ii or tx'nil the spring holidays herewith
: E. Fourth Princeton, "Da. I'hone 112 I IonicsteatP"A l
--- . (SO N. avou her parents. Mr. and Mrs. i
I -- 111 N. Krome Ave. f
A D Smitli M .j

(Leaned U Horenre __ __ '
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II IkhlUB'hrrl50lb. ) Hen from! Klorldn State Unlvtraity Il.i/. I- -
for the spring holidays '.
ire MlM Ruth llnlltinil. dniiitliter II r .}
Homestead Neon SignsYour of Mr and Mn. J. n Rutland. j ,:
I'I'I' ind John Pope. non of Mr. and I LEAKING ROOFS n l o'r
! ; Mrs J. R. Pop,*.

; Mrs Grace Snyder and diiuuhlir \
Miss 'Hm-ky Snyder, are nuk IT gltL '
Neon Sign Made [Br ICE BOXES log their home al S3 N. Krome da year perk a* well and a* .
ive The Snyderi formerly lived reawnable aa 1*,ene. Why apendraur '' \ t
$U.95 It the corner of Newton' rd and money out af tows Keep II I'
U. S. I IRmnt I. MM and wattih llMmxttad grew ;

r :I : Erected and Maintained Locally Overseas Bait & goads"";;f Me. and Mrs All ....... af typewrllrntwuihl

D P Blake Jr, were Dr and wU and repaint WILLMM
Tackle ShopS Mrs D L. Head ind Dr and Mn.
New Actable Iracvrllera sad
D. L. head Jr, all of Zebulon, adding _hln.... :
Keene Ava. Ed FarettlCUaeaiiU 0*. ,
Estimates made without All work guaranteed.' Eirtlmutol ; . .
obligation. Designs Mrs E. Z Thompson, has returned given fret, : ; .-. ,
( from ,Tuscaloosa, Ala --- .. : -. !

sketched for,. :your approval *before wo', vhert she hat been attending", p. o. Ses ni :
nlvenlty of Alabama She plan For Your Convenience We Have Your Everyliuilding :
Phone 116-11 11
started. In resume her tludlct, there thin ,
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lummor Need from 'A' to Z' i
:;: ; When you have your sign erected by us and I I Predorts N-Nalli ?:

Open .24 Hours A Day IV-Uulldert HardwareC O-O k Flaring f
" v serviced by us, you sidestep the grief of trying I ; r
e -tiblneUP p-rll.' 1 '
.aoncnol'f: 1r

:1 'c'l' to get service out of busy metropolitan. Miami. i LUNCIII S PACKED ..Daart, .. O-4aallly' MlllwarkF ,

, ... i : For Karly-rlefnjf: Finhcrmcn. E-f.II'f; Plywsad ;; a-:.Sedws.d: ."ba't't ) .
1 ;' Stops UndcrbodjrUust

I .: We also are expert in indirect lighting "and'( Rattle and 'U'otApplM I Good Sirloin Golden Steaks Fried, Chops Chicken, Shrimp, -rir Framing Lumber. S Rhelvlag Pine !

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: e+. ,regular commercial signs, .including window, : linger hK-J,'f'tftdll'lt II-llardbaard. (Mawalle...>)>' U-IpMilUartfI ' 'h' };J

floor and caini* i GLADES RESTAURANT II'...., '
wall and truck lettering. '. 'Keep newcart ruhh Y-Verollk . ,
new and old cart young T e
:1'' J Jimbt. W Wa 4 Ii
: 'Order1 your' kerkot.: V' BklnflrtK
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r; Homestead Neon: Signs Texaco. Oae-Stop II I ANNIE MAYIIEW; FITZPATRICK M-M"lell. CabUeta L-Zippy Service . I I

, ( I Bedbad Road between A.-ado.04 BlacafM' ( Drives I Ir

E. ,L Lefebuc nor L. Smith StationS '1 tr :
fl Theory I
j. r Pianoforte and
20\.North Krome Ate. Phone 303 L IL DONE ION

... N. KraaM .I I .r *' Xylophone .
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Mrs. A T. MacKay; tI l Oranoprsildsut -\
r r r el tilt PtarM ,.....I MRS. f1 WHIR ItfSVIEWSM035AHT,
Ii Social Events in South Dade rrr. I .... ot .__'* Yuba wilt .*. GENIUS I OF HAllMONY"\ FOIL MUSIC CLUK

attl ..... Ovid f sWowt ** pro*
I'dMt of the We-n-Va Cub ofHaiosstsaa
Mrs. K H. ObtHntMt. on Mar Mr.. Carl AaderaooPmtttl .
a* o dinner t* beheld

JENNIE IV DAVIS AND BILL FOSTER IIILS. CLANS OP tt MR. AND MRS. FBNNELL HONEYMOON at 7,:JO \this evening In Him H gave a book: aovtawt. of. ""Mo-"' 'j Mills, M..... ww Whitney: Mtv.Beam W.Mr H*.
IfL and AVs HtxUurant girt., Oenhia of Ha,.. and
FLAN MAR. It REUNION I VMWNI W. 'Turner. ..... Howard
: WEDNESDAY IN WINSTON-SALEM IN CUBA poclal guests fee the mstanUoa *- the program 'pmahted composlUons I L. Jahnaon, Mrs. H. Collier,

A reunion dinner ot\ Homeaieadmgh el Mra Sullivan and her of Mosart at the meeting of Mrs Wm. MuaMlwhit. . Mrs
l n.t Raorrlago ot Mis Jennie school l activities. end served Metef School I .!M of '4& wW,j e I Mr. and Mrs.. Thoma Ander- I mother In aqua crap and black auiportla| .Ml..ese will lit Mrs.J Monday Muaio Club: at the horn Frank H...... Mrs. A. Burrlchter -
/ of Ohio annual 9ho at 1)0 exwnU Mar. Fennell, Jr, expected to ameesoriea. Doyley Whitney of Miami,
I.uJb,1.. atouchtor of Mr MlMM served hold : Friday son are Mrs. H. a Tburman
ei. Jo(,.. Judea W Collins tU M.
Immediately after and Mrs.Wm. .
the *ere- stall parllaiweBtartan,
atari tf president of the GefrwaySuMIHrlct 14. I In 8Um and Amy Rcstatira . B E..Vlhlen .
John, K. DavU of 414 H K.llth return Saturday from a honeymoon Krome Mrs. Wm. Mussel"white Mr. T s. Chlpley,
ntuay, a recaption WM .held at Cox, preside of the ttuaI sae.
Methodist\ Youth Fellowihlp ori U. S, I, CtaM immbera I will Mr, M, C Uwreoco Jl
4..J*.Dill Foster, MR of Mr have the privilege << bringing spent at the Ingle Terra tilt Ninth hem. I ty federation sang TU Me, Fair Ladies, : Roberts Mrs W a Wl
Mrs. X. A. ,
... ft. ,...., of brkiejtroom .. Hotel In Havana, Cuba Th* A muse Miami. the bride tad Mn. Whiaa-r" Basra. played
aw. A. Wm.m < Th spent th* winter their husbands or ""v Reervatlona horn Bird, Mrs. Sam J. Davia, Mrs
newlyweds will make their inC
tilt "Sonets
la VOTE plans
a gradual of Miami High ruENMiirr: ctm TO
.'lrinn, N. C, U. berg a*. .her at tilt horn of a broth are being i" ceplod! by Coconut Clarence Gray, Mrs. Lee It
at 200 Tahiti Beach rd In i Srhool and Unlvenlty of Georgia ON NEW' BY-LAW! Ma,., wan presented by Mrs.
oienoW er.ln-law and abler, Mr end Theodore Orfanedo it Orfane- Lehman, Mn. J. Lee Smith, Mrs,
by the parent of the Grove She Howard U Jehnoon and Mra.Chaa. .
president the Miami
' Mil. Everett. SmIUt.1t00mltT des Shoe Shop on .If. Krove ave Member of Bediaad. friend A. to(. Loaan, Mrs J. 0 Logan
(fend. .;, Mr Fennell son of Mr and Kappa DriU Alumna Association W. Uiby ar piano duet. I
For'th* ceremony, which took! Mn T A. Fennell of Newton rd.,I and for the pact two and ship Club will consider amendments The green slid whit ot St. Mrs. A U Smith, Mrs W. B. '
and vole Whichsrd. Mrs.Jo 'J
on new J H
LT. W. HOOKER TAKES AS 1IRIDE the themeof Caves, Mrs
plat : Wednesday nosing in and the former Trudy Hirsch one-halt yean has been employedat Patrick Day provided
an 'II-da, meeting be held Mrs. A. & RIch-
Bower, daughter of Mr and MrsTheodore Durdine's.Also the decorations and the refreshment *
Winrtso-Halem, th* brio wens MISS .
GERTRUDE KIRKLAND OF COLUMBUS at the horn of M... David Col- ardson, Mrs. L. L Hood Mrs.
tree gabartun lull, a matching Hirsch of Miami war a natlv of Miami, the cours*. Favors were
bum Lid.I
hat ajeetssoriM. block united .1st marriage Wednesday bridegroom WM graduated rum I abamrocU tied With whit rib. K H. Gallaher, Mrs. {
KM. .....gaga was made of byorinlf Announcement U being made *f train. Her fingertip veil of bridal evening Mar I, 'ia Plymouth. laude from Cranbrook School In BIRTHDAY PARTY- OfTEH bons. Cake and green and whit wards, Mra. H J. Davis, Mrs. ATom
the marriage of U Robert W Illusion fell from a whit satin shamrocks, Vann Mrs. C. W. Leiby
. Congregational Church ot Coconut Bloomfield HIMS. Mich, and recelved > IM cream molded as 4
Hooker of Naranja and MI. C.,. tiara ornamented with satin rosebuds Grove by the Rev David J. a batchelor of science degree FOR JUDY UNO TWO harps and hats, wire served by Mrs. A L. McLendon, Miss' EuIa '
MrjwLjrra.: Fester win miketheta trade Kirkland of Columbus Ca, trimmed with acedpearls. Davis, pastor Attendant were from Harvard University Mri. Lloyd King of Goulds en- the hostoaset, Mrs Collins, Mrs.C Ray, Mho Mary Rebecea OUlea
horn WlnstonSalemwherlh
near on Feb 4 at Fort .Donning, GaLt She carried whit satin prayer- Mrs. E. Jenkins of Miami and where he WM a member of the tertalned Sunday In honor of the L Cbipley, Mrs: J. D. Bedd and pie .
nln* bridegroom engaged Hooker la a ton of Mr and book topped with a lavender Dudley Fenncll. I brother of the NC Club He Ie I associated with second birthday anniversary of

te fll ,. Mri John J. Hooker of Naranja, orchid bridegroom Fenncll Orchid Co. and .I* In her daughter, Judy Birthday MRS ARTHUR MRS. ATKINS ENTERTAIN
The: bride! WM graduated last and the bride parent are. Mr. After a reception at the Kirk. Th* bride were a pink gown charge of the rare plant and cake and .lee cream were served I I
..I..... from tlMneeteod High and Mn. Willie Burton Kirkland land home, the newlyweds left of duchess 1 lace with a matching orchid chop at Burdine's.ACiLIEVEMENTS the small gunta. AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON AT ARTHUR HOME
Rrhect S3t. wan prominent In of Columbui
on a honeymoon trlfi/ to Pcnsaco hat and lbw-lengtl. mttu Her '1

The. ceremony. was performed la They ar* mailing thi. home bouquet wai fashioned of whit OF PERRINE. CUIBtTOLD Mrs A'F. :' Arthur and hr L. w Ernst won tint. pria; Mr. t,'..
OARDtltL&I WILL 'TALK .t twilight by 14. CoL Wallace now la Columbua orchids. [ I "W Atkins Richard H..Donovan, second!
Mrs T werehoeteuea
of Gitowvfa I PLANT M Hele'chaplats In this infantry The bride to employed by the The matron of honor wore a AT CELEBRATION OF 10th'ANNIVERSARYMri mother, price; Mr*. Allen Neal\ third .A ,
"CrdwlPhird.I .' centerichapel The candle-lighted Columbus Bank and Trust Co pastel blue gown and carried a '1 p'I kl f bridge luncheon price= and Mrs. A Douglass Tower '" ,'.
for Competition" altar;, wan decorated with", floorbasket1 The bridegroom who enteredth bouquet of orchldi. John ,W Tusirtar. ,at th*.Arthur home consaltlon'prtre.
.. Chafer toW the were sung by liar
will. be this subject: ot 41 thalBellntof
of whit gladioli an&yelIow'pompons ; army in August of 1944 Whit orchid Decorations. were In the green -
were "
corsages choral '
mask members of South story of the achlevemchta of mony, club. t lHosteagee' .
,Dde Garden by Club at the meeting ; Nuptial music was. served' 18 months In Japan and. worn,. by the bride mother, In Perrlne Woman Club It the I were 'Mrs.*Herbert and .white .$..U Patrick Day ATTEND ALUMNI PROGRAMAT
provided by John Miller, organist, at present Is attending officerstraining chartreuse crepe and white accessories tenth anniversary party of r the' Lee. Mri M. C Jevee.4Mrf;; A.Beck.'Mra. motif RIVERSIDE ACADEMY
at I edoch Monday night In
and'Mri: Marvin. Kelly vocsllaj'.' schoolANNOUNCEMENT. and the bridegroom'stab Five \tablet. .wr*,< In play Mrs.ON .
club .
the garde. center of Redland IA. Robert Kingston __ yeiterdav afternoon In Per. M HlRoaenUctMM Mr and Mrs. rile Henderson
Fri,tl M4 ipfe' Park.Visitors' ,and) MUa' Jacquanetta eau .podman In rlne Community House A memorial J. W. Pryer. and Mrs.' A. 8. \ and Mrs. Henderson's mother

are welcome. gram was maid of honor I, IS MADE OF I1ETROTHAL I service waf held for Mrs Brown. .:i J'l' IURfW FOP* PARTY 0. *v JOKE KETSCITEK Mrs Agnes Reed, on Sunday attended
Cain, a charter "member ---
' Present/tla. will I b* mad of The I bride whit gown was OF OTIS SNELLGROVE MISS HAMILTON the first annual alumni .
+ 1 tM cup' won by one club booth mad with lace bodice long I II whose death took place within FLOWERS FOR HOSPITAL A Mrprls. i party and exnirslos day. to be held ]by Riverside Military "

for fin" plac In Ins garden club pointed at the wrist, and the pat year MARK LEGION FOUNDING ) to .the Keys marked the Academy In Hollywood ""
division o( the, county fair. I full V'I'| skirt j which I swept Into Mr. and Mri Malcolm Hamilton assistant and a member of \the Mri Lee L. Penny led the de- Flowers were taken ..j Pratt birthday anniversary Sunday of Mr Henderson I Is a gradual of ;'.
of Miami are. announcing! the Miami Dental Assistant. Association votlcnal service and Mrs.. James General Hospital yesterday j as Q. S. Jones of Epmore dr Hosts. I the academy. '?
HOMESTEAD engagement of their daughter of which she is publicity A. Brown) music chairman directod the annual observance of the were.Mr. aridMri.* B. F Campbell The program Included eierclses -
jl' P. T. HOLDS FAMILY NIGHT Kristine to Otis E Snrllgroveon chairman a program, "Tht Enjoyment birthday anniversary of the > of Fort Lauderdale Mrsna . !i !In the chapel military cere-

1'1 WITjl AUCTION AND COMEDY THIS EVENINGt of Mr. and Mra. Arthur A gradual of Redland High of Good Music ai a ftleani American Legion by .the ,Heme- > Barnes of Hollywood and monies, special drills and a din '
e Snellgro\e of llomeitead The School, the future bridegroom attended to larger Horltoni" Selections stead Auxiliary.The'pnaentationof. Mrs .Jonei! A \fried chicken din. ner at which: the alumni were
marriage will take pear In the University of Miami He r the"glad oar and all the trlmmlngi were honor guests.TURKEY .
r.mjy) adobe' will be observed Parent are urged! to bring ,fall Is In the contracting business. SURPRISE BIRTUDAV 'PARTY i loll was mod by,.Mrs. M*..Ie l prepared by' Mri. Campbell'
: lot Hi ieiUkac I'.'T, A. at I 'clock their children to the auction 1 at The bride-to-be was lfadu.1 GIVEN FOR WALTER BAILEYA I lemmingsauxiliary.vprasldAt f : DINNER MARKS .

this ivfTilni",wUkn! auction tt which: Rudolph Gorman ,will ated from high school Mrs. T E. Kirby wilt! be hoi- surprise birthday,part for I and flower chairman !B..P. W. TO ELECT BILL FTJCIIS' BIRTHDAY "
t! now a-ertdandlse and an entertainment offkiste's auctioneer mingham and attended Miami lets to First Baptist Dorcss classat Walter Bailey of Naranja was mCERB W APK. rt \.,...
A comedy, Never"' Tru."" a Technical High School and Char: S o'clock Thursday afternoonat given Saturday evening' by M.... I Mrs. T Paul.: .Haley ,was aI hostess \ The first birthday anniversary II.,
.program to be held In Man", will! be presented by Mra rpn-Wllllama i : Commercial CollegeIn i her home at 14( N W. First W, D. Friend and Mra. Oils WUII I Mar 10' t* Firclex): oM of New officer! win b* elected of Bill Fuchs was marked with a '
i the abw/lrIIoo1 cafttorlum. Cart A fields speech: ela\ u.i '. Miami She It a certified den- at at the Bailey home the Women of Homestead( Prea- : ipr K> by'naemben Homestead turkey dinner Sunday evening at ".
hamburgers were fried on the I byterlsn Church After ''a bual-| Business and Professional the home of his parents, Mr and

Ml'RinUONS' WON IJY CONTESTANTS bon, textile-pointed wearing apparel .' ccllaneous handicraft. outdoor griU, and a picnic iup nell meeting and ,.hld,. session! Women Club'. At a business Mrs. Fred J ruche Jr. Present

Mrs Stanley Knox-whit* ribbon per was enjoyed Highlight of I refrethmenta were aerved''.t the meeting Monday night, Mrs.. Roy. besides those mentioned were
l' AT REDLAND CLUD'S'ANNUAL EXHIIUTTwentjr Mri J. II Orl -blu* ribbon strawberries. the menu was a decorated birthday 29 members and' three guests Hsynes was: appointed 'to serve Mr. and Mrs Casper< Williams,

texille.palnt.d household, article, Mn. A. C Miller-blue, red cake I present. :as chaises ;ior nominating Mr and Mrs Joi.. Barnes, Mr
\ -.m* conteatanta. wen purse, straw tray. re-covered lamrmhade; red ribbon and white ribbons, home-made ,eommuue whose members she and Mn Fred J Fuchs, Mrs.Cote

a6 lit ribb kf f.r.thel htbiti In Mrs. : Prank Newlin-bhi*"ribbon shopping bag. picture will 'appoint The club meets inSacred'Heart Wills, Mri E Fucha.BEFORE B Begttn. and
Mrs. T. H Grlggl-bliie rib. < .clubhouse Choke and Bob
UM anneal display *f RedlandHome utility apron Mrs Wayne Dunagnn blue EASTER'S LAMB ROAST' lrl
Mrs. Marshall Steder-blue bon straw tray;'red ribbon, smallmlMTllanenui ribbons, non-citrus fruits three
Aemonitratton Club Friday
ribbon, handmade quilt; white handicraft I I products of fruits; red ribbon
In ,the lions Den Mn Paul ribbon, crocheted baby sweater II Mrs. E A. Hunynn blue rib. ,, white eggs - YOU CHOOSE
Bay ranked first with eight blue Mri' J W Itobcrtmnred rib. bon, rug of thrift material, milVUh Mrs. James Sweeney-blue : .
and U** ribbon The judgewas ribbon, article of bamboo, red
ribbon, small article of embroidery '
Mia Eunice
Grady, county BOtH
' ,
5 Swedish darning, whit rib I ; t
,,, opal. welcomed. M new mem- ban shopping bsgMfii .0 oi ;\ Or.

,ben we*.Mr TCUta .GMman> Herbert Pool -white .redher I 1 .J '' i .,,,rag
Mrsw'L''YNNWeij. ." rVrt. two varieties of citrus hound .. : I UpS

i' Violet\ fla tlrh. Mr L. I. Ball-blue rlbbona, .
honey, shell beans, mix . I, .
The wtnneri and their price soup ; v + :J
red ribbons, canned tomatoes r
article err:
.. Mrs )ta>-blue ribbons, turkey marmalade or preserves; whit
ribbons, two vsrletiei of citrus
I tooled girls r teL -Pk l
eggs roMi cooper fruit' canned fruit, green beans, r )
garment.canned coconut product, f.
two varieties of Jellies, two varieties -
cake with shortening' eltnia half, ,
.. of pickles! or rellih STAYS
felt btirt4' tlbbo.v. dMa east-
Mrs J. E. Browning-blue ribbon -
log BM .this3 fresh brown eggs. Look at Jill types of leMgeratora. One use motor, machinery:

vegetable, fresh citrus 'rlillo.Irl' Mrs. M. Carter-blue ribbon, teeing peat*a*lake.. .leased eold The other-the famous Serval! t

i garment.B.%; L. Bummerartt fatt k vWrt.i blue knitted sweater, red ribbons, Oa Refriieratar-operatoi with a tiny jet of gas IaI t. Not e .

marigolds, rayon dress. ,. white :ab-rts moving' port" to wear or make noise.:So Serve! alone stays

ribbon,.rayon dress of new ma ribbon, cut flowers. plastic purseMri 9. -- sheen last;longer. Coma see the new Caa Refrigerators today. :...;.
terlal, glrll garment plastic : L. L. Yelvlngton-red .
lima S trmpthir army. purse, .erteppint. bag, felt lUp- ribbon, mixed flowersMri style lamb shoulder rut .,...."' .. staJnng.
yore '" C B. Plummer-blu* rib. CHITSBI glazed apelre' ant our imlimle* tea. ,
Mrt-'Det' t Wood-lu ribbon., 1 ton, potted plant

fresh vegttabUe, whit Hg, Mra Downs-blu* ribbon, Jar ..
green )mans, .two varieties of of fruit 1 1 t e .
rallih; tool. ,ribbons, brown eggs, Mrs. X. B. bier-blue ribbon, 1 . III
c.nito\; fruit, soup Mbu two marmalade o* preserves .
i' vsrietle *C Jelly two varietiesof Mri: J. W. ,lln.n-blue rib : : :

picU* _._._ - hone, cookies, tenlile-palnted ; :
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r Mrn'rrM: "Mea-blue rib- ;
wearing apparel largo piece of
Dish! Delicious
Rio Loaf
bans, three' varktlet ef fresh Supreme I l' Salmon embroidery 1 1 I

vtgetablW,' mixed cut flowers, M..... B. 0. Bates-blue ribbon, 1
rod rlbbo r aluminum tray Rice Salmon two varieties Jelly, painted chin,
'' DMI blue rib- ( Loaf
Nn.'ISI lIIDur *- canned tomatoes

'I bone,. .eatnu fruit" marigolds.. I I Mrs. Robert Amidon-blue rib-
canned .hi kn, high,, and reindeer bin tinned carrots. Swedish
) ) sd ribbon Ilrir.'d a dtllcioui maln:dlaK tltttll buys la k* bM bl tin
k6ratOD ; taming, red ribbons, canned
three ..,II> .** *f vigeUblts Cuoflr farortta*. It combine popular salmon, fluffy whit green beans. stuffed toys,. white. ..,
white enx brwa m*. lice role tasty eMonton Into.t Juackro hiked'kwl thetaquick ribbon Swedish darning: -
PI Mra. .R. 8. Jearan- bJu* 'rib* ud.MIX to. >pax*, ',It's street bodget-MTw, tool 1 e 1r I i ttI

J Una I liberties. flU without Mrs. Herman Heinlein was
hgredk ht jf*.. ; CMnbtn,Ingredients' In the
I skortenlng. resovard lamp I wp cook*! rle order lilted and pilOt In a but elected to the nominating committee 1
shads 'Idlnksbad *umit.r*; redrkbona Council I1
pf the Dade County
I % sap buttered bread enimb* t.nd load pall or rhtg mold.Bike
potted plant painted of Parent-Teacher Associations ,
ill a moderate own,*50 degree.
t gtosa best article of sack ma- J s11'. beatta at executive board
1h. for ao or 40 mlllu.... Turn onto an
I tonal; whit ribbon, marigolds.Mr 3h teaspoon pit I sarong platter. meeting Wednesday morning In .
i t l .. Wm.. Douglas-blue ribbon U tMapooa Mlery Mil Serve loaf wtft buttawd paw the council headquarters In Miami .. . t :

cotton ores. ot MM mater %. t..|aaai pepper M MrroU or. If rtaf meld. U -.

.' i,\, '. ial.Mrs.'elr. E. Vman-bllM III 1 UMaepoon chopped enloil 'X ,'usedantbecoalerw. >=

bona, remodeled garment for I kiMi.s.r chopped parsley 0amIAIa edthamekh r ,
child, decorated stationery, paint I I 1 taMaip chapped pimento sad .JImoft aIbI. Bern with \ ,I I Ii

i .4 figurine, red rlbbona, plastic t cape flaked emoted salmon pears pate or lemon MUC COT LATHERthe !11 ''t" d

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;, .' poo4neas" wMu, ryt, ; J d Mae" ore jBdlna( l boautfei yawl want for wary hour, 44YRer' i
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I ST. PATRIOTS DAY DANTE MM. FtEBEKfoc D. MTW .who h moving to Hartford. Corn r FrW*f, Tar IT' MM-f/ ; .

TO AID UNDERPRIVIKLGEI) ( CIIILURBNrrankt ) '14UNOREn BY III'". BUMUE Present. In uddlUnn tn the hwleai -
and. 'honor guest .were Mr I i
CLASSIFIED ) .It ACBSaV halt farmoM gUlef J
M... a P. Blah..., I,., enter.Minrtar .
O A. HainUn, Mra. Hw R. halt emitted pi....... O o4 alocation.
Griffith .
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ewrnrer. ..rtot uwtf fprt... lamed at her hem. Hawk, Mr A. i. Tracy Mr' Total HIM. tone. f8KB
Votellft Coctnne Custodian .1 .Dated. children. ......Mlr. at .h. price
a onion lafceaer H. D. Peylor and wnall Aaltra UeCtBae, .. ECHOE: JORDAN (
W featured Saturday night at The. .*.*.., anal. dance will et Mrs Frederick D. Myer Myer and Lance h1""' I MagMared. Breker .... T M .
aajth Dad Junior Chamber offrmiurr begin at 9 o'clock. Dancer are I

pf Commerce daact buildlitf In the for Chamber benefit then asked tag to come Chairman In couple of arrangement ratherI ENTRANTS; AWARDED It BLUE RIBBONS '.......--........................ ..

.f f wwlerp-lvlleaed' and crippled I.I Danny Abbott Decoration TUESDAY AT HOMESTEAD( CLUH EXHIBIT For Rent: For Bent] Warren Morris

HHMnn. part of the receipt will will be in the St Patrick'* ....--...................4 ....... RegMered. Real Eetate fickler
>o the Jack Kofoed fund for Day motif.
ft Sixty-four blue ribbon were hare A. D. Smith-ellk dress,
awarded entrant In the annual eeetume acceeaorle, ChrlMmaa FurnMied apt. gee light, water .-room '
Needlecraft News exhibit of Homestead Home Dem I gift Idea, sleigh and reindeer provided telephone available arc 10 a ere. glade land at Interertkm
) onatratton dub Tuesday afternoon Mn, Raton B. Bird afghan, Children welcome Ph. III.>>, dep I ot oiled rd. and r>rsl l lrd
In the Future Farmer clubhouse copper tray' article of coconut (pmlT) non, I II ., "-,000.
at UK N. Xrome eve.. The fibre, homemade furniture : Florida ) I I
Non Baxter prim'. winning entries will compete 10 acre glad land fronting on
( \by Mr*. J. L Daicbelorthrfncotton I.
la the annual eilrdrd. 4000.
s county>wtde
dress adult' remodeled For' rent: Kuratuhni 'wu roomhouse

1 r* YOU'RE soles! te .U a molW a.n:...w li the. HIM t* read' up .* .11''these.. Miami Achievement In May,Day. to be held In garment. painted' glau.Mr . I $66 per Into on yearlyleaw. For fir : UI a Are, Fm. Ill'
M lhrr<;.... works" mil ,U li spies. t. lips (HMD mulhci and a M. Fk>n-kaltted iweater neej. W. Morris (mtotf) Call (
knl. bring up I ftmilr.Of nun,wide' -..'" II.....| la lima .M. .|>.M.M4> I, Twenty-one of the ribbons were crocheted. kit, stuffed toy.
:IbeY: .u loa okltklng a ttmal-u' ..*reniU. M latt aoerrhsl"'.a...... won by Hit, V. M. Qrennell. and. ..... Virgil LotW-potted plant, lie. by her daughter-in-law, M... renovate fur-mure leather For reed' l-reem apt t., shorter, |-rre .
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MMklng .U l* iMd V. M. Orennell!, Jr. change: p re.Mr gu tote Adult. trill. J. L. and I, | ... _. ....,

'II'' aim (.r arr knltlliiiMrdlN )."w ''v Canteitant and theft blue .. J. Wolfe-flt article. nallard. lit houe W. of Seaboard $3,000 MiscellaneousRudy
kirk up Mid peer. Mill riltin rteben cables were anjmiMien pktrre.Mrs on Avoeado. (.n-tf) Roberta .

trestles I "'.nt....* p1s5 ? atn. V. M. Crenn.ll-vege* E E. Killf-<'OOld.*, fruit ) '
sissy ww arrival ," tables, fruit, eggs: canned fruit, bread. I :
wesld, be greed I.p.a' tomato product,., beam and Mr. J. Hicger.itnwbfrrlei' Rooms 'with cooking' privilege Gossman, Agent
c.. .U ,Im.whr adult Mrs' A. C. Easton For pile;! !
peas i very chicken; )Jelly, angclfood rake, Mr. R E. Edwardi-dlih! gar only t Farm asses' learner
p.assu. irtlrl at*rushes kenning, roll, fancy rolls salad drenlnf.Mn. den. W. Bauer dr. Ph. 178-M. Rk \ luyraaee at CeoI-A. Ute
;'hrwver r- l Lok sl V. M Connell Jr.- Mr. B. lI.rdt'n-bo clothing. I, Box 473. (m7)! ) acre In I4T w f1aa1 ler-Jleine te"

'.IrtrtlcM fur I "..It. canned tomatoes, cotton diem, Mn D. DcNUco-ttxtlle painting palm, (Preacher Real Entale omcf)
14' i rtnml' VM will: child' remodeled girment, tex Ing*. Fhoe tll-J er M4-R
0a t a UM U shierCAUCEsIstitches beid 'work. 9-room houM, Redlind rd. near furnished
tile-painted hduiehold article; Mri. Edna Long- '
: : Silver Palm,, furnished Fr..... I laundry .
garment made of sacks, flguthie Mn Nora pieee ,
Stele CM lurk i f rows shire, bottled! gar, $50 summer from
lack This Mr of crochet: RADIO REPAIR-> ulcki\ aervlce.'
e il ace W. B. C.vel-l'OJe" tanned house
rate. Ala 4-room $H $ -
pwaa that. Ir year preprobe fruit, handmade quilt wood Mr. C. J. Strohm-Aopping All work guaranteed. Pr1<*$
It.. lent eul Ih* tray, large piece of handicraft bag mouth Radland rd. neat Silver terms. reasonable Robert 3;' Brooka
.tmt M lit dlr-e. "Palm lox 2t.. KaywU. Apply I Roberta rd, juit north iof Pak
...tall r.r.1 'tllchrilunurknlllinithould , Mrs. Othell F. Redd-marl. Ice cream sad cookie were Sunday after 3. (m7)| ) ." Drive, Florida City, Phone 83...
I goldi mixed cut flower green served by the heal iaee, Mn. .

pasta en* :inrb *tttn. [be.n. Chris Peterson and Mr*. Lang, ....-y" _of'" ...... .w;as ] .
red t rewi ikeililtalk +g 10 acres: .. I
.* era lark up and For Saie-MlKelanteul Homestead Class CoQlui 0 top

.e."'..Tbb will If b.per ................................ MM acre an : all purpoae. W* do steal.ii>\t
libl .nl, pee rat :
Ike. ,001) end _ tpMifici. AM tkinic t For Sale For tale: 5-burner Florence oil Rt 1, 101 N. Krome. Phone 171. w
la either: cf' ibcM will. range bulit-In* oven. Reaaon )
:pied the em!M of hi able 173 S. W. lit it (pm25))
i parse . inotntr lie*
tr which ilfedi .'". / Myrtle's\ Beauty Shopt/
|i whether_ yea_ knit Due to other business, we are forced to For sate: til ... Fligler Ave Phone lit,
A L.' '" For talcDnby: carriage, good on c
o ll'i: .I ;pod Ida. I. lest yeurwlf l),> sweeten. nrquel nt bcnneti. The let offer our new infant shop for sate. Showing condition Ph. 408-W. (mI7)) glade In llelene Curtis Cold Wave
luilllni I mull pier 4 Inch.. square show here! rentlm of four' piece, Total rUreneta |T.51. Dut...* III,
(. the Milrk vast In the body or f the pre thai art Inditptiualile lee b.b,'.ward. an excellent income for a small SEE Empress. |IS
MM with the yarn tnt needles iptcl. robe All piece art kiHttd, U ilaeiin- for 'ale l : St fe. ; Evlnrud out. . Myrtle Barnfather MMer
Bed Vhta have floUbe. the and stitch with rmbroiileNdtrim. .. P :
yes rote mom Investment Ideal for lady or couple. Cwd
awilrli, nwuiin eB lathes. eroHwlMnd Bow of satin ribhae add. die inal. board motor $151. Ph. 174-W ? .
lenlkwlt md mark with pIns. dainty touch Direction far this aol lease, low overhead. (mIT) PAINTING and DECORATING t
,Iwe-lnrb, .Hewkr for infant air L If SMALL t '; I
ft Ml" rrw'iur yen are live* yen
viriilUni. If em Inch mrourrijcwir would 1 like lo receive a espy "of (skis outside Interior' and exterior McLean.] I '
stitches than perl6ed/ you need li-afln, celled BABY SACQlfe:, CAP: A real opportunity if sold by April lot 0,000 field boxes at 35c Cirh. termi. Phone 748-H, (poll)' i
*smaller needli. (If t il )has mon Milchrt BOOTIES. lass send e''I last NavllIo SEE :
Heed large ....dl.. .'J.TEl\'I. envelop I let them while they l
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)pro With the ippruch of cooler wcilherny the Needlework Department of ibis: Inquire 29 S. Krome-nab'land. Broi., Florida Clly. (m3)) Expert watch and In'lr11't', lr,1! I I
.. new arrival will need "'lol.nn.w' paper and ask for Leaflet No.. Slit.' tnt All work guiranteed Nel ,
11 S. Krome. Phone lie. (Olhlt.)
That AgalnT ..
cent Ib. and Noth '
one per up. ,
The kindly old lady topped ng lea I than 60 lbs Sprinkle We buy, sell and trade gun and .
before the blind man on the cor Warehouse on Seaboard RR. I plilola ot all kind Nell'i 118.
nor, fumbled In her purse and I (mlO-17)) Krom. Phone US. (ol4-tf) -
glen. gave him a two-dollar bill, 'IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY1 By PLOTNER' \ 1
"Lady aid the blind man,

""I-dollar got two bill.1'1 I..?"bad luck. Ain't Jot JaN f ,Po$ ;, T JANilS. I Gu1+%SMy MILy I li1ouiiu or r ? 20 Siva of bee In good condition HARDFN, -potting Mauling Mil, ,landaraptng.toiMoll and rock.' .,

;you tit WALK To Pea I PRO I11i f aoNtLoV$ M& Enough additional equipment
"Mercy; how did you know, itwai ep DRIVIW6 A fill Ph. 243-R. Write Rt. I, Bo*/,
SCNooL Wsr1 / for kxpanclon to ft hive; hosier \ I 14-A, llomettead.
( Mlfgp. A ANYMOR&
a dollar bill if )'ou'relallnd case youarV4r ink', extractor etc More than I d. ,ei
?" GANG/is."(W Rr>& r ; ull l' il, covtj of bees can be realized from a
"I ain't blind lady. It's my honey flow.\ Price ,534a' .....
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partner' ttMCerbMitd. DI. liHhl I vP "w : Wd'r.Io.: ". : "
AAVgFfiRir .-J. (t3)) i;
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day oft sl A" h.. at the movie.. t
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Me, I'm a deaf mute.-Ex. NJOY10W : : .f

i iROUdaI( tRii BEAUTIFUL ORCIIIDS avaltable --1' .
Vea're Telling Him! '
,' at all time Homestead Floral 1)
oalvlM6 lipid A 141
Jones: "How do you spend your and Gift Shoppe 122 N.W. 4th (it, :
Income' C iAN and Gin Shopper 333 N. W. 2nd \ A
Smith i {
: 30 per cent for L. I i
shelter' 30 per cent for clothing, rA 5iO C.Aal TI10 A ... '"
4t per cent for food and 20 percent CONCRETE BLOCKS, all sizes you "
for' amusement- Bruce' Block Co, Narinja, Fla. wUI CROVE MOWING. Carl EndllrlI'
Jones: "But that add up to t ''- GNltd Phone ".. RU i I. Box 489, HomMtead, (olds'*' "
UO per cent. 7 Me Ilthworlh place, King tiwy.*.) 1
Smith: "And don't I know It!" ...* ., Phone 627-X-W. (tiff|,
-Ex. M
r 8145 "..". ." : eWE
I : DO reliable "witoh, repairing.WAod t

MASSAGEBy 1949 Hudson 6 Sedan Jewelry, McCrory Are ..
I pb, ) tide. (eUtI)
Appointment Herman Marks\ eWe

$3.00 each 6 for $15 I 11)49) Mercury\ Club Coupe bur old gold. Teeth old tlagt, .

UNNIK K. SIMPSON Ph. Ill-W I It . r w / watches .\e. Nell's IS 8. Krem1!
I II Phone 111. (oltt)''
I 191 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan
'='II.T"l Mrs u

Ph. IM-J SEE!: ALEX: LANIER for .welldr1111ng
I 1946 Nash 4-door Sedan
Corner Krome VB.ind I
Benson Electric Has 'I N.& I0th at Phone 838-W.'

IIOTPOINT 1917 Oldsmobile Club SedanWe DOLL

APPLIANCES I ..............._... ...:

U. s. | at Wanted '
Princeton. still have few good used Tracks on hand Come
Ph. 443 a :
Phone 574-X-J: +............-4 ..._...4.......,....
l in and'look them over ,.
Help wanted: Store clerk prU(
I time work read' acale Illy
Benson Electric Has I I adjust hour If now employed
Bird Chevrolet Co. Charlie'. Market. 117 S. W.

APPLIANCES HOTPOINT George A. ,I 4th it. (ml\!7))'

107 N. Krome CIIEVROLET and'OLDSMOBILE Phone 98

Princeton Ph. 443 j City Engineer Went steady man lor grovejwor
o |. Frank Bemecker Home*

rural' 1 U 4 P. M. Teetday ... ,, itead na. Ph. :3.4-M-l (pttil7Jl)I,

Ilenelea4 City IUUAiaoclited u
( Help wanted: Competent hour. ..,
Seminole TheatreTWO with Rider Knappen I worker, four days a week. ..

Breezeway DtfveIiiAdMhefcMt : Suite HIS DuPont ) Mutt be excellent Ironer to .hem
SHOWS DAILY: 1 and I P. M. Phone N. JJl Miami *Florida for 1. Traniportatlon furnlihedj
BATUtDAT SUNDAY eeaUnBev I UO ILAdmlaalaat >> Ph. 748-W-3. (ml7
I . Adoltai Nlat,.. 4e| JIa.... (till g p. ML>)>. See
A4eH 41* (U. Uek aW) CMMree.1 eoider to*<'l *.. ae tweje*. lie. (Tar InrtedeQ) I'
CkJMrM u.... M AdMtUed Tree I Poiltion dedre by college: graduate
LaM 1"TH.." Aat U aa4 Ceatetle .to ".... UM Killer" )
( editorial. and typing ef*;
JAT11DAT. Ma* >$ I ATVRDAY. Mar.. II-D*>M. Featere Prama GilSn : pirlence: $'dela week pnfartsdfMrs. .


rim MONTE HALE In. EMERY in Roonatr of All Kinds '

"CAL fORNIA FIRE RANDS" "STRANGE BARGAIN"a ln .:'! ll'year-oldwl0ow| . wlh(. gjrovei
Poured- -Place Gypsum
-_ and chlrkaV 'would like to
BVNDAY aa4 HOMDAT. Mar. It-It At sad MONDAY Mar. lt.U gentteoUn 40 ..... .-tasr..w
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"EAST SIDE WEST SIDE -YES SIR THAT'S MY DABY" Solar'Wa'ter Ileaten (iratt)

Plui SMILEY BUKKETT SUNSET CARSON In (Color by Technicolor) f
"CODE OF THE PRAIRIE" Added "KlUena Mill- Cartoon Chefeewe Cevku.' . Sheet Metal Work
UaUeml Sfcertl IHUte. Mew :
insulation ;
b Added: ..I.... 1I"I11er..1 "Peril.* ef the Janla.AdTratage .- Air Conditioning
"ONE LAST ...LlNG"TRnSDA'f' Fan Ventilation
V TIItmDAY sad
CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD tn Free Cetlnale* lce .

"UNDERTOW Addeds Paraaaeeait New 272 Aragon Are Coral T '
Coonlig $eaoUyw.l Meerfay, Mar. M-tTt TJAGDAD" will PhOBfl; j-l l..t:1652. :
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