Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 24, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00705
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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.. :. \ HOMESTEAD LEADERENTERPRISEThe .



: Redland District's; Reliable NEWS paper Since 1912


89th Year No. 12 -r HOMESTEAD, .FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 24, 1960 ,, Price 6 Cent,






'I.II CITY TO SET UP $100 UTiUTIET-IN FEE 'II







Quick Freeze BoughtBy SOFTBALLERS Coconuts Publicize for Tourist Homestead :-GREEN- LIGHT IS'' April For 11.AU'..l>tad Tffr'PayeApril !nc y iLI VOSm MEASURE PENALIZES f


Coconut tagged "Complimentsof t Ii the deadline for
fil.1
the City of Homestead, Fla.. ing tax return on real estate
ASKED TO PARK Park Department are now given ASKED FOR 15 personal property and for claimIng SMALL HOME BUILDER ARGUES i I

to tourists at the Redland District exemptions. The county tax ,

Kendall Chamber of Commerce office, report office U open until 8 p. m. dally
Parman Dale Henderson IUperinI to permit the filing of tax returns

2 P. M. SUNDAY I lenient I tlon departments.of the park The and coconut sanlta.I HOUSES HOTELLocal A three and tax per enemptlon tint penalty claim II ONLY DISSENTING COUNCILMAN j

Itr I collected and tagged by de- added to county taxes after Apr.

partment workers. I f. and an additional penalty |I' I '
To Process Lime Juice; All Softball players are urged L City residents with surplus coconuts construction of at lean added after the county tax sale Sinclair Gets Go-ahead I The establishment of a 1100
I IS additional CBS houses by 8. lee Installation of light and
for
June 1,
E to turn out at S o'clock\ Sunday are asked to place them on Signal for Pipeline I f
; afternoon in the bail by the garbage cam for collectionby : and B Construction Co., and the April I \t\ the deadline for I water and the setting up of k I
city park r building! of a $100,000 hotel by
the sanitation tru'-ks Out-of. i registration. required' for voter Permission to Install Its four minimum year-round charge forseasonal
-- for the first, spring pratticeaay. Wwn donon may leave coconut Michael T. Ryechetk were proposed who have come of age, tram- proposed pipelines her was"
:1 Th South Dad Qullk Freezing Oeo Stall who was, ,.-elected it the firs station or the chamber to the city council Monday; erred 'to' another preclact or granted Sinclair Oil Co. Monday consumers waa advo \
Cleaner Streets Slated league president at the reorganisation ' allies for tagging and distribution. -. night\ In anticipation ot a continued changed their party affiliationBRYANT night by the city council with sated at the city council Monday I
Plant wu bought yesterday by For Downtown Section meeting Wednesday., night building boom, the council I the proviso that the company night by Walter Weiss, light and 'i I
C. 3. Parman of Homestead and In the city hall transferred Building Inspector assume all additional sewage and water I cemmltteeman.Weirs' .

Harold Kendall of Goulds whoWill All downtown business streets Managers will be elected '"Sun Irving J. Lyon from a part-time BURNED water system Installation costs recommendations won
will be swept once a week as a to full-time basis with monthly the approval of all the other
convert It to the froceailng day for the five teams signed up THIEVES HAUL a a caused by the location of thtPlpelln. I
new service of the city sanitation for the league season which will I Mary of f 225. ... The council agreed to councilman except Carl S An I .

and Tht reeling plant at of 8.lime E.: Juice.First ave department which is putting onan open Monday, Apr 10. The bounce are slated to be BY CHARGED BAR accept the company1 Individual demon, and City Attorney Ira t
additional man and a cart, EMPTY SAFE INMOREDOCKTRUCK Haycock Instructed to draft
wit
and Second at has lain Idle since The regular schedule will provide : built In the northwest section between bond of 130.000 Instead of requiring '
It wai closed down, and thrown according to,, the superintendent fire nights.tf:league. "plajk N. W llth and 12th streets AT CITY PLANT bond from an authorised the necessary ordinance for submission
Dale
,i Into voluntary receivership las) I; The Henderson new employee will spend with all-tar games on Saturday and Second and Sixth avenues company a. at the next meeting! Apr. '''
purchased from night -later Im4M'seeaon. provided that toning requirements i City Attorney Ira C. Haycock
year, It
woe
three or four hours dally on the Welts. I
Henry Ifrooker, Jr. and ClarenctLounsbury. Teams enrolled for play are there be lowered from the Fletcher Bryant U reported recovering was Instructed to make the necessary argued that booming I ,
'I street cleaning project and therest
construction make it
first Baptist Church Tavernler Thieves who hauled away Hn present 1,111 squire foot minI- eatiafacjorilfrom amendment to the city Impossiblefor '
revere
of the day on collection ssfe from the Howe K. feet Streets the city to continue to absorb
823
Modem juicing machinery will I Home Hardware Mitchell Hardware 100-pound mum to square suffered' ordinance to permit the company
be Jnitalled and the freezing trucks and Arrant-Smith Post of Moredock Co. building on U. S. and water lines will be put In by electrical burnt Friday to lay four pipelines from Itsbulk the installation costa for utilities j
equipment will be overhauled I the V. F W I on the night of Mar 18 "did the company, which recently com morning when he fell "against'a\' plant at :33 S. W Fourth Those cost Amounted to approximately I ,

, modernUd and adapted to the On Monday night, Skall again a lot of work for not h 11111", according pleted and told 32 houaes northof ", 00.01' but lI.r.t the new project, Parmaji *ald He andKendall .PRICE RISESAS asked! the city council to appointa to Police Chief Wm. F.! N E:, Eighth it and west o( light plnnl. Bryant. crow, (ore. Interests were lepresented by project$ here" ha said, "It takes!
Brantley. The had emptied old IJixie Highway, Order under treatment in JimeiArcher years for the consumers' payment I
:,' to have the reconverted city recreation director who company too man U Judge, Mitchell D. price.:
plan the life of all\ valuables,! been received for burns' for services to equal the initialinvestment" i+
, plant In operation by the CROP WANES\ would have charge of the ball have already Smith lloapltal for I
second week In June. Field and city park. He also requested , after the recent safe robbery el t thoI\ new residencelthecoun-! MI the left arm and 2 and No 9 the Ice cream, cold the DI Gorglo Plant at Peters, ell was told. Member voted to> According to SuperIntendentOordoo TilE WEATHER lion fee will Include $" .for
usingNo.
; grade"By limes for the frozen juiceconcentrate AT FARM MART drink clrgaret and cigar concessions Brantley said I begin advertising procedure W, Ivey, the accident NfIoIo' masse eee.ev 011..1 .e saaesoraes"sae lights and 13* for water I
I will take them to finance Injury Insurance ' A company-owned pickup necessary to reionlng the tractas occurred when Bryant brushed Mow, .-..*. n-r*. I In support of his recommends., .,
''out ''of wt with No. 1 for ball plejrer NO direct truck, used by the thieves to; requested.The the bar with hit unprotected ase. M.s.1|Ml*.| .... I sass tlon for the letting up of a min
competition Prices rose to $4 this week at
fruit", Parman pointed out "andthe' Florida City State Farmers' Market action was taken on the requests haul away their loot was found ''I 1100,000 hotel It plannedby arm above Mi rubber stove,then Mar K (T 5T 2988IT imum year-round charge for i
result will be stabilizing I but Councilman Carl 8. Ander- abandoned Friday on Moody 4r. ItyiKheck of Florida City on ell against the copper bar which Mae 84 84 2904 part-tiin consumers, Weiss said
a which told crates of
\ I 53,000 and H. L. two and one-half miles east of; between Sixth current that It Ii leveled particularly at r
\y Influence the of No. I I for son Walter Well S r. First ave carries all the city from Mar 18 85 54 300It I' 4
price tomatoes
: on an approximategross *
'\j of : In the Brandenburg were appointed to Naranja The missing safe has' and Seventh streets! )lust east of the generator to the city lines,: Mar 86 r 8 :9001 o.nM.r seasonal industries, lie pointed c
fruit' $117,300 five-day
Ile ...: period ending Wednesday nightEffective work with Skill i not been found. I Overseas Dull and Tackle Shopon levy Immediately twitched oft( 20 87 68 3002 tr out that the city hat u much it I
Overseas Highway Mr. nyc the current Bryant lives at 121 Mar. 21 8T 114 29 RB 11two Invested In transformer i f
Co-operate With Taking at once, daily auctions Insteadof I chevk, who owns a 49-acre grave N. W. Slxll\'.Vl. Mar 22 .84 81 21." 0.f1indaidualeloom for picking houses In operation "
will be held at 1 o'clock
Asks Canal Locks Limit Salt Intrusion wen) ot Florida'City, says conttriktlon but two or three month of the i I
I Of Census,.Mayor 2, asyi Marketmatter C. S. depends on whether the year. tie wen backed up by Uttl- '\

Phillips Although the official goaheadalgnal To Spotty, Unprotected Farm.Area'sl city owns the right-of-way for Plans Complete at Press Time 'to Feed Ides Superintendent\ Gordon W,. '
WHEREAS, the 17th decennial Sixth and Seventh streets necessary Ivey In his recommendation thata ,
!
census *f the United States wllb has not been given to to afford access w me: proposed 3,000 at C of C. Auction-Dance-Fish Fry minimum yearly chart .be required i I ,
conducted beginning on April plans to build a new platfocm on A good job against salt l Intrusion ladled on salt tolerances, Oallitln' hotel. Construction will be' In such cases .

1, U 3i I); and the north end of the market,' Is being done by the permanent report Test have shown beans postponed. h* said, until i a checkof Councilman/ Anderson agreed .
I Phillips is making arsangements salt, locks krhbe canals to be quit susceptible! to call, I bil: city records can be mad by 1 A.. > press time ',apprveohed llalt'inI.w roe M th.* W>P<* d EMrgM for.pack .
r'. WHEREAS, all the"lnha1Bunti dust !In case". Farmer will be aoulbw.r4' I tomatoes, potatoes and cabbage Ira c. Haycock and Thursday 'afternoon, all plans tribute individually to each fundraising in{,houses and other-Srdustriea, .
of the city of Homestead, Florida I Ian asked not to stor equipment on from Gould FlorlJda show Increasing tolerance In. the City Attorney to campaign, but argued particularly that lm 1 1"
to be enumerated/ this census i the platform parallel to the r.II.1 City,. report ,... H. Callatln, order named.To Engineer Ceo A. Crawshawr Four) were complete for auction, fish position of a 1100 Installation fee ;
Page
; and I road to that space will be available soil scientist of the U. .S. Soil determine the lilt saturation (Continued on fry and dance to be given last would penalize the "small" home I

WHEREAS the Information for itorag of lumber and Conservation Service at Subtropical regular testa are made or night at the Florida City rtattFarmers' EASTER SUNRISESERVICE builder "These people will be '
building materials I samples of soil and of water from Market for the welfarefund placed under the double burden
collected In the Station. Despitedry
census serves Pole beans are selling for from Experiment: the 32 test wells aloryMowryd ) VOTE SCHOOL
ol the of paying their share of the
Redland District t
many useful purposes, among bunch beam, at I weather this winter; only Redland rd. Eureka dr and TO BE
$2.liO to W50. Chamber of Commerce bonded debt and of paying<< the
j ,' which Ire apportionment of representation $2,80, .and squash at from $1.30 spotty nit contamination is seen Cowman dr. ,
ISSUE At entire cost of their own hllt.III1"tlOI1I"
BOND a meeting of chamber of
and otherlegislative
in Congress I ,
to $3, Phillips reports.V.F.W. and "bad" concentrations are One of the major alift of the Anderson said,
: bodies, measurementol I Found only I In those areas when flood control commerce director at Slim and YOUTH PROJECTAn "re
$208,000,000 pro
IJ I Weik. E. E King and J T
.Ik{ markets and purchasing J Amy's Restaurant Tuesday noon,
power the fresh water has been pumped gram Is to raise and maintain the LIONS URGED
J.J of communities and their Inhabitant ELECTIONMONDAY :!out of cockpits or where the.ssll fresh water level so' u to curb plans were made to feed some Godwin were appointed a committee
:'v *, allotment of certain fed has crept small unprotected 3,000 persons at the fish try to Eritrea: iuniM! service will to determine minimum ,
the
up salt Intrusion and to
conserve "
'" eral and state tax revenues and I farm ditches. Support of the tll.MO.OUO\ school follow' the auction, 1:, B Me3arrah be conducted this year by the year-round rates for Haynxk to .
fresh water
d i other financial aid to cities! ,I NIGHTNew I There _the winter drouth and r supply. bond Issue to be voted on May,2 fish fry chairman, reported young people of the commuuty'achurches incorporate in the proposed ordinance f
: under the sponaorsliipof Ivey was requested to
determination of needs for that all fish necessary
future fresh water
i public utilities\ and services, and I. elected I level the ,resultant has permitted fall: In the denser, was asked by James. Henderson tad been. donated the Redluml District Minislerlsl wotk with the group in an advisory .
officers will be byArrantSmith
FARM WORKERS\ school board In stalk Association The 0 o'clock
other useful purposes too numerous heavier salt water to push In of the county The auction, staged through the capacity
e, to mention here; and I. Post VF.W, at with the result that scattered I Tuesday to the Redland good offices of Markrtmaster C. observance will tie held on Enter Referred for signature of thftma'or f;
8 o'clock Monday night In V. F. S. Phillips 'with Philip Cronk- morning, Apr 0, at Homestead and the city clerk wee the
knockedout
; arming areas have been TRICKLE NORTHAS Lions Club.
W. Hall at 412 N. E. Sixth ave
WHEREAS, the accuracy and ,, Galla- helt, state auctioneer, presidingat Dayfront ral k. form for city application for a
will be held by the contamination pointed out that a
Joint Installation Henderson
completeness of the census forth federal loan to finance an engineering
cultural the auction platform, was expected Preliminary plans for the service ,
city of Homestead Florida, with the auxiliary in April tin says .Improved pl.ntlnlomltoaln practices SEASON EBBSMigrant 43 per cent Incresiie. In school to raise a substantial were made at a meeting ol study for Installation ofan k
will determine III population Nominations were made at the such as In the five adequate city sewage .)'..1'11,1
beds making possible registration part yean amount to start a district welfare the youth representatives Tuesday
rank among the other communities last meeting, but additional nominations I high are A suggestion that the city install
I
47 cent Increase in und. night In Homestead Presbyterian
of of the contaminated and I per
the some
be made from the use labor Is beginning to'
of the country; may I a car inspection' service to
One change In plan was made Church with members of
\ night All members lands trickle northward the birth registrations Indicate thatthe
floor farmingseason
Monday I ai The dance, to hill billy music the nssoclitlon committee. Min "keep local money at home" was
I DO HEREBY call upon every are urged to attend. This year, data Is being col- wanes, reports E. A. Robert enormous Increase In school Dupes He saidthat
I made by Adolph
I I wii to be held right In the park.mg isters present were the Rev Wm.
citizen of Homestead Florida, togive
*, manager of the Redlandand attendance Ii ot a permanent na I area of the market Instead of Kopplke of Perrlne Methodist h* bought a 73-cent slicker

t the his census or her enumerators fullest cooperationto when Trailer Park Entertainment Is Need, the South Dad farm labor ture. I" the Chamber of Commerce. Church the Rev. Frank L. El- from the City of South Miami

I camps. Passage of the bond Issue would building ai first announced No 'very of Homestead Presbyterian' after having been twice fined $3
they call at homes In April
UO.I !! our Also Sight-seeing Bus, Says Speaker About season 800 at have Camp bear Redland quarteredthis and permit tax cut of one mill next charge 'was contemplated for Church, tho Rev, Alfred Hedberg by Coral Gables police fur loa v- i

j I .' DONE: UNDER MY HAND rear, Henderson predicted either the dance or the fish (ry. of Silver Palm Methodist Church leg a "itlckerless" car 1
1,000 at the South Dude Camp )I.
'. The chamber plans for the and the Rev. Merlin R. Davis of The council took under connld-
SEAL homestead-Red-
AND 12nd ofMarch. The
( this day ,' $400,000
For workers. It Is estimatedthat I
bus ttuit would Tuesday at It* luncheon meeting negro or welfare Redland ration an application by Win 1 t
Florida and
A sight-seeing raising a community City community
1030 In the city of Homestead seasonal and senior high school IncludedIn ,
1 !In the Seminole Trading Pat"The ai many as 1,000 Raskin for operation of I ptuk .>
fund to keep business houses and churches I
lake visitors through the RedlandDistrict
Florida.S the bond Issue will this
't l I project would be profitable workers engage each year in the give age liquor store In the R i.kin i
E. LIVINGSTON Mayor show' It* num,'out Interesting he said *and It would be harvesting,' packing and loading area much more than WI pay In building on S. Stoma ave I 11

LOWS point and ma'".a stops ,one thing you could offer' thetourist of the. Redland District wintercrope. taxes, ,Henderson chairman pointed of the out school AILe.ter I Potato Growers Ask 4;to Swap Support
like Jun- :
XIWANIANS show Monliey
at place !
i I Capt. Eugene Low of Tavernleras lie and Orchid Jungle 11.anicute I "A trailer park, mad beautiful edge board, also of commented the bond Issue.on the advantages Security for Right ,to Run Business PASTORS TO ASK{ ,

r >"*as guest speaker for Florida need here, Philip J, Cronk- and provided with entertain- Maj.
City Klwanli Club at the dinner hcit auctioneer at Fiords City ment features like shuffle board In Rotary Club Talk IN I '
( meeting last night In Club Em- State Farmer Market, told the ; places for card games, etc, also McKJLE: TELLS OF TROVE Some ".000 hundred-pound the local growers were Indorsinga FOR WORKERS\ ;t'-1
bossy, I I Soroptimist l Club of Homestead It needed and it also would be Maj. Rutledge Smith of Florida base of Dad* County No. 2 potatoes plea In Washington to exchangethe
a. r :i I profitable. Such. I trailer court City spoke on 'The Ethics of Art McKee, Homestead deep have been bought by the security of price support for RED CROSS DRIVE n
could be city-owned. Brsdenton the Trees" before the Homestead sea diver, told the OJus Kiwanis "the privilege of running our own | ;
i, Sea-going Drives to Link Bay Keys has found Its trailer court to be Rotary Club Wednesday noon In Club Tuesday 'night of hit suecessful overnment this season at a basic "\II1ne..". The Florida Potato
f Ilr i a money-maker". the Parkway RestaurantThe treasure hunts featured support price of '1.40 a bag, It Council, with which the Dad Redland District ministers will :<, <

Reported to Be in "Talking Stage"Two Letter from the sister clubIn Inspirational conservation a three-page spread In the Jan. was reported Wednesday by Pur. County Potato Growers It affiliated appeal from their pulpits Sunday ", r
Durham, England will be "sermon" was one which he give 7 Issue of Life Magailne. chasing Agent Holland C Bell. on Tuesday asked a Senate for' canvisteIn, the .lagging Red i 4
read at next wetk'i meeting, andJ. In a aeries of radio talk in his McKee also showed pictures of The crop it about (T per cant agricultural subcommittee to remove 7roM drive according to A. F.
plant for the construction Interval to connect the seagoingroad Lynn Golden, Jr of Miami native Tennessee while he was his recovery of silver Ingot from I harvested, h* estimated potatoes from the support Arthur, chairman for South Dad
of overseas highways to connect I I'I to the mainland, has not will talk on the dangers of socialised president of the Tennessee Foresters a sunken 17th century Spanish Even as the approximately program and to restore to grower Count,.
Kay Largo with Biscayne: been officially submitted for medic In.. Association. galleon off the Florida Key I $170,000 was being passed out II.. the privilege of working<< out Tau local: campaign fur a quotaof '
l k. consideration by the county commission their own problems. The Washington 13,000 U bogging down for : '
off-shore
and Virginia keys are
action was recommendedIn lack of volunteer worker Arthur i
I t reported to be In the talking: The Elliott Key Improvement February by the local grower mays An S. O. S. has been sent

.etafe" says County Commissioner' Association plan provides for Lest We Forget By Annie ,Mayhew Fitzpatrick group on the ground that the ouI I by Mr*. B. Y: Pennlngton ,
Preston B. Bird. construction of five 4.000-foot e e e price lupport program had not I I chairman for the Urea Southward I

i One, submitted to the county wide El11:1': : I benefited the Industry here I from Goulds to Islimorada. ;
commission recently: by Ralph and
.Mr ...unr.nd'out too far from the house and fattened Mr Brewer came over and ate
feet Late one morning of that first agreement Boo
to 2840
Fossey of the Elliott Key Im- bridge from 1.200
j provement Association provides long From EUlott'i Key southward summer I was down Brewer Into her front door yard to!, one end of the wire to that a hurried dinner and laid the 'Glades Park Fires Cut to Fraction
bridges pick some flower We all felt It and unrolling as ah went circled new lady teemed right nice and .1
for a causeway to hop artificial to Key Largo, the by early and laid to gel
e came
Island southward from Biscayne would hop from Old Rhode Keyto would never do for us all to be trees u far as the road. She that she had a red-headed, As Public Co-operates With Service ;
aboard the wagon. Mrs. Boo known how freckle-faced
..1 Key via Elliott' Key to connect Palo Alto Key to join the lined up staring at they went byIn : must have exactly boy. They cam .
with Key Largo. The plan, similar -I Oversea Highway at Key Largo wanted u* all to tare for dinner Just a few minute Mrs. Boot I much wire was In that roll because out on the second: load and Mrs.

to one advanced by Bird Proposed ai a po -w.r development while Mr. Brewer moved the new. called out, "It'i just the Widow i she stepped off along the Boo took dinner over to them .Fire! threatening\ Everglades: Picture to be used in a new
McLan with him" rushed roadside westward and cam That it how and when abe cot National Park have been cut to national folder
during the war, I II reported under program for Dade \lady onto her place. a* w* I IUbldl. park are being
study by the county planning: County, the Bird plan advocated That was aO the invitation tee back and got the roll and pro acquainted with LIly Lawrence one-twentieth ot lust ,..r'* bell made her this week and next by
board. linking Homestead with Elliott ever needed Ia'Ihoee' day W* Before Mr. Brewer could get 1 seeded ai before Going south Bow report Superintendent fen Heard Arthur Faucett ot Washington

The other plan long advocatedby Key and th* key* southward to grabbed our work bags and something the mule and wagon jockeyedInto I again and l back to the starting Th rest of \II met her a couple who divide the credit betweenthe official park photographer Fau- j.
former Miami City Commissioner produce a loop rout through th toward dinner and climbed position she bad shouldered point, aha' came 'out with )put of weeks later when sIte braved I "splendid co-operation of the ...tII flying with W.. 0. VanIton.

R. C Gardner call for sports fishing area. The loop aboard. I. tilt cook stove and In )Jig time enough to fashion 1 ,.It. the wilder*** enough to walkout public" and the concentrated effort ,
an lghl-Un highway U branch oversea highway was eeen by Nfl Boot already had an Old had It art up and amok coming That was for a chicken run 1 to our corner to tea what Uy I of the park firefighters."Ijut An on-lhe-tpot study of the .
from U. S. I at Sunny Isles Bird at i nucleus for the more .hen on towing, and we all sal.1I out of the stovepipe that served and It mattered not a whit to her beyond her own bit of the homesteading I scams, we battled fire park area In relation to the flour I

,1 and run southward through Bit ambitious project of linking all about speculating on the newcomer a* a chimney. I that the original plan had been country. By the next I that swept over JO.OOO acres), and Ida flood control program will be j r '.
rcjme Bay to Join the Overseas BiacayM Bay key with a seagoing Than alas tackled f roll ef to uae It to fence In the dour summer she wu one of tile croup this year the total bas dropped I mad hart Tuesday by Lamar i'"I
Highway at Key Largo. The plan, drive from Virginia Key .1 I Finally the sound of the wagon chicken wire. Looking about she' yard at a protection against"varminb" \ that had to many good time together. to .1J .than 1,000 acres," Beard Johnaoo and Harold Scott: flood '

I I wttch provide* for bridge! it Key Lar, was quit plain and by mutual\ spied a low tort of log pen DOt I . ,_ .,." ............. ..,. control wlnrv \ *> \

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GROWERS\ OPEN I Lbne For ups Ptttkoat Belie Ball Selftttd Game 2-LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Friday- Mir. 24. 19501'SMATIIERSSEEN1 BELIEVE IT-ITS TRUE

Nl tritiin ol ,..rocs tlirouttietit 4 .,
SEASONVITII\ [ Tin-Irp. are .beta. choaen for ihp Mate it beau. eniinerifxlkf
the Mfthall sea** pissed) betweer"" wits feelast .1
OVER TECH the ......** Club el Home**** HOLDING OWN IN /Pepper Ihe.1.ne aupperter....* wUi .4f4 utl 1 -
\WIN
end the Attejtr el Ama&-o many mahee ..... Their are
Smith Poet v. r W. lori, an-
abel counting atrontly on the ineWferenee tl areene
The no-hit pitching of Bill nouneemeat' will be made of the" FIGHT ON PEPPER sad ...... of thaw .a/ewe. I
Horn ad Bob Roper chalked up member of the petticoat team I IJkUon *aod* ol itUaiM who might veto PATRIOT
aM Ike dale el the gems whisk rO
a 1-4 victory tar Homestead High will be held In the city ball park \ill.. Mar 22-(""<8)- for amatben If they regMeredAd Match
.... went to the ,.1 II. but who In r 't'tr To Prove You Can't a
Scbout Grower to epao the The proceed will be divided' With the eniloriil) race lippmg I the put have failed In do so. a't
ton Friday. anerna..lut between tbe two c1utII.ALLSTARS Into high w both Fewer andSmathen i I Pliable hie locialMk welfare,
end Mteml Teak i-antmi is .. aigja Ute pfagram. which call forman
;) In the tixth inning the Grewtrt 'with .heavy peaking- and more government e
took the lead ever the Blue SCORESHAMROCK ebeenren believe that IIIIMdUI"'j I pending to give more and more FRIGIDAIREMaster
aoclal benefit and Increased *p-
Deviia with tour ran The home tag -MariDe of
proprfation Pepper makes no
I team added two runt to lit peon \WIN than hoMing hid own ftaiiwt I l mention ot eeonmoy or hint of
: la the seventh the Tallahiuee veteran. l where the money II coming from
The Grower mide all. runt, Jack ManhaU and Robert Sullivan This U the first real campaign i Doping to roars the vote of all Model for 1950
five MU and three error, and scored mere that half the Pepper hat ever beeej called III'f' I wine want temethMig for nothing
the Blue Devils tallied four rum, point Tueadty night t when I to make. The senator la In a With live more week to go till I
touch and he knowi It. HIS
: no kite and three error Homestead Alt-Start defeated the pot !the May I primerin, Rep George tl
hope reU !in hit ability to win ,
The Grower will test thtlr Shamrock ...17 la a firtt-rouiid Smathen challenger fur the U I
luck again Miami High Stln,. game to Miami High gym. the old folks with prom 1 of :S. Senate seat now held by HI PCRKKMEO HIS DUTY WITH ,
; are Friday, Mar II, at Miami more' and bluer peniloni labor j Claude Pepper, thin week will .,
Marshal tallied 14 polata and with pled,.. of higher maximum i ; OUTSTANDING :
Field. I his tent In South h
pitch campaign ;
Sullivan, erased 10. O. laniardw pay and the colored folk on civil D
high man for the IhIilltwotu rlghU. Pepper supporters are ,!I Florida for an Intensive llo t- APPOINTED US.ATTORNEY +1 _
getting drive Dade Campaign kCtNERAL
with II points.Brandenburg. frantically working to ",liter
REDLAND LOSES !Menages Sloan McCrea an TOM CORK M HIS ) HIv.e
every possible voter In Sheri I
Tour group and seem to be doing a rwunced SftCIAl.ASSISTANT TOMGEORGE/1 yr
; TO STINGARfm With Emory Glee Club good Job of It. The extra heavy Greater; A major)Miami event schedule on Smither"ill be* PROSECUTE 3 cCAS ;'- 0

I Arthur Brandenburg, ion of a ..-omen'* rally in Ba\'front Park I !
Redland High" School Diamond. Mr. and Mr*. H. U Brandenburg I fir municipal auditorium on Wed \
ache differed an .-. ..hellarldn.I netdiy from 11 a' m. to 1 p. m
J e i ot Homettead it on an eightdaylour atTt I I : I ato
Tueeday afternoon ta a baieballi with Emery University Glee {RefrnhmenU will I be served, and t L I I' I Y'
I i School I voter will have an opportunityto 1
game with the Miami High Club through Georgia. Florida.
1 :Stlngaree at Jtedland. I Mississippi and LouUUna. DeitlnatiMt I I meet the candidate charmingwife SMATHERS
f A sew by Jack Q< man up In th* aecon4 inning I lean Your Mr. Frank Smathen Sr Lee t
i kept the Stings from scoring a i !, Keener a one-man band act will I Senator 1
no-hll game I be on hand with witty ('hlt- D\MEL WIUJAM HEDGED:
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Ale- and peppery muile!
Batteries' were Benaqn
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land, and Kaun and Wallman I Lafayette, 2nd. Mar. Si-Dan 1 -TJ
for the Stings.H stead ha been pledged to Purdue. : Buick's New Riviera Sedan v,
i el Webster WllUam of HomeUnlverilty . .. .
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'I fraternity. ip ,,w:7rt: KI,' rd Ca pX Olhreho-
tv William It a senior at Purdue, ,-isa M .
where he I la majoring In agrlcuU j
I tural! admlnlitntlon.JIRNAUD. IIR Iitblr l,, ere few w gLrr
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SKreaae A.. line of liiei from 4 to 17 cu.ft. nuns end rvtt-proef II. j

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., Member of the Horologlcal ipipenent rele in temetnf II No.I choke Amorica'i No.1 for large, Ixtlky .Reins

ttI Institute of America > the t rel heeltH ev I HBuick' Refrigerator, FRIGIDAIREI I NIW twIng-e'ewM shelf. fee :

welfete f the temmvnitrje + NEW gold-5nd wh8."target"! butter, cheese. smell hems i

Watch and Jewelry .. .. _. .. . ._ .... latch end trim NEW.U.porcalela.twllt Hyte '
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> hith s<- 'ti heeat ie new Roadmuter Riviera Sedan offers Increased Interior glace and extended wheel- with rulMength rfeer en Urpet NEW .1I-.ret'1t| ' '"'ee'-

FLYING e AatlejM UNvumiketh > iumiIf bat while reducing the overall length u a result of Buick's unique bumpei-grille front-end ", .d.l* ... Steteie Trey j I

.1 y'' KITES e teaa4hal China detlgn. One of the moet popular of the 1950 line its enlarged one-piece windshield{ and wraparound '
[ rear window give the driver an enormous field of vision. Also featured In this faurI 1
e Ckla >>>ewb, Italia, Com Inl Gat trio facts about
"- .M asp .tv.la ...a ahw bin 1 door six-passenger Sedan are Duick's distinctive tapered fenders. Increased luggage space
ante.............aw l away. wwr CnilUhHudbUwv. feWin end Dynaflow as standard equipment.PRESTON i ell the new Prloldalro modolt for 19501 A

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REVIVAL STARTS Hold Music Revue and Band Contest I .
win Me* Wight Jean. rwriey. BayWMHd' .sf WtmCtoraMlne ${ I Oentee# ,
I rIM nagro, died of slab wound t'al-rtltllfl' Set among the vines to be given
SUNDAY NIGIIT Monday Evening in Local Cafetorium The Jamlll Archer HmHh Nor at his "home early Sunday, re Ooobertay won fleet awaI I I. the MepeaooUi florl- i
I pllal' Auxiliary: will meet sTi the parts Constable Pete Mortal. prise of SM/ !I. the finals of the 1 DMtttatfeti PlantsNMrtk I bumtnhnh,, bears fragrant,
COMSMU of the heB .t lit-Id for Investigation (la hi* imi by. CeeesMt waxy, hlte t bl""I1\1 l prized for
The ascend annual music revueaid armed Nvisisu a lllMdey ill room city speech pimtos asxinanrmt fte aoasM < .Moii ofTrssjsjsM
IN FLORIDA Cm band rut of Heimumtfl I .......ttoWattttk. OM.. ..... ea.. I .'.... this ....!.(. AaoiHNMeMMrt soon law wile. Bsete MM llrowreeU , Cleem bekag. Cto aiapaetal s ..lilt Uepleal. plrieaM at NNeMMI. bridal .bMMjueta A ftutnbsr of
. of tommettM (.weak lit the to .have .killed. Herfcay will asaenkaaN flowering tree are .Minded. in
I had will be .Md al T:M Net N..aasei N M PWla0 aasembty r'stday Owrfenl trill be hWfrm
f real Methodist ministers. will I Monday evening. .In tile rafMeri- eal AMcutttM, Pearl. iqisi yew will .be UMaM .by the. treat.Ami a butrhof" hUe following. M dgreaten. iledtssd. M.- ...... awnnd f to U Mil Tues4a M**. the gift (Me
be evanielMe for i flveiley revival urn, announce Bandmaster Jesse Victor. S. Cook, and J. Leas end third prkwe of fttt and IM bees we Mtntted t. three plants
service which will .begin. ai Pearl Honor Roll AwardsPresented pontes Jr. ot Miami will K>NIl. rMfMw.vely were won by Do- wMrh may .b* chosen tree. ten. A Scotchman hit been keeping
7:M Sunday night in Florid' CKj The band, the (irU' chorus and L kea Penis and Allow Odurn. varieties. ef palm, UK varietiesl vigil" at the befcM of M dying
Community Church, MUMNMOCI the mixed chorus. will performfor ) at II., H. S Capt. and Mrs Harriott lion Scout Troop G9My : Mir Oauberley la eltgtMe' t. VlMt,, II types of tree Md wife for several day Oo even-

the Hev Martin K Davit, pastor rut'ng lip three. judges from Honor roll awards for the first Buy Loral drove: Home I compel i* a county-wMe. con- otbr .plaslhMa. log. he laid:
The ,pastor, will preach Sunday Miami The mixed chorus won n semester were -.nt-. al a Kedte MerrlMey. Rrparlser 'teat. The selection. of perms Includes I Mary. I must to out on Important -
1 and Thursday nifhu; the Rev. J. i Friday aaaembly to pupils from I C'It| and Mr, Wm H Harrloll -- rush varieties M UM cluster palm bungler, but t will hurry
; E. Jenkins, Monday night; the I of Mamarooeck, N Y, are owipylng I tram New Guinea and the peach bark. Should you fee yourself
the seventh Inroutih the "'nibNNIe. I
: R.* Wm. E. Kopalke, Tuesday I Prize Winners at H. II. S. of llomesUad High School the grove home which they Redlaml<<1 Juniors to Rive i paint Iron Central and South slipping" while In lone, please ,
night; and the Rev, Alfred Hm|. Speak for Club SponsorTom Receiving* the awards were:I bought from Mr, and Mrs R. j. A lot has bent happening since 3-Act: Comedy March 311 Ans nlcu. Kkpectad to be popular .blow out the candle"-En, t
berg, Wednesday _thL W.rnll'rlahL Capt Harriott was l
f Janet UeiuU t'dtIiII-, oar last report Tlie hike Into the
BorneU.
White Joe Tomaaal and formerly a tugboat captain. In I Maxlne" Oostmsn will star is
Joyce Morgan. price winner In field Jean Bcmocker, Ann colh.une Everglades war very Interentlni' .. Cannibal i
Queen
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Elijah C. Craig Hurled New York harbor In
We learned how to make drinkIng
Carlyi rhilllix, Jetty liar
the apeech contest aponsered al 1 Sale the Orange dr, property t Ihrre-ait comedy la be presented ATTENTIONAvocado
of safe, how to make'
At Naranja) on TuesdayElijah : Homeateexl 1 high Stfceol by South den, Rene MrClung, Ann DognerRlarne . was made by Faye Dognrr ot the water In hammock, and how 10 \ .. at I o'clock Friday night ,
Miami Exchange Club, presenunltheir Duwwy. Genevieve Chandlei office of orchard Futha. a ramp i Mar. SI, by Chi Junior class otRedtand
Cleveland Craig of .her! Monday evening al hernia,. CanJrr. Jam t Cooper bed down and" hate a dry bed.!
I spem High School In the mdltorium -
Goulds and Fort Mycrn Dcnrh<< the dinner meeting of the clul PhjIIU Ocitr. liuliclle (1..r-. even 1M l swamp. 'I I Growers
died Saturday In n local honplUIt dun Jo Anne llenniguit, Ulllm1ewU Now w* know what It ,Is like
the age of 57, The Hey, 1. E. Tom presented "The Car Barbara Marks, Rennle Brooks Inc. w dreg Itl a hers neat ai tin I Supporting player will be 11m
Jenkins, of First Agalnit Socialized Mfodlclne"I Alexander, Beuny KttfeUt, Ra. Acres 160 Acres
pastor 80
M.lhbdl.lj I Marks, Johnnie McOlnnU, Edna Ms w* mad were shaped I
whkh won the $10 ', ,
Church<<: land Varnler Carlo Chambers
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t> Ilometleid etriclitedW ftunnels, Joyce Srhowslter, Nancy t bird nett li"'l
funeral services Joe spoke| on ".. Big Business a I IBI..III' (I Tommy Hooacr, Unbare. Marrl-
Tuesday In Smith Robert Wolfenbarger, Al 8 tolOFwtK'oationAdjoining !
We Woke bit ,
on out day
,Turner I, Burial or Mcnacer" which 1 camp .Jeanette OU, Susan Waesco
chapel was In I Beard, Barry Smith and Jimmy son .
out tt 3 .. had
mand fast
Palm Cemetery at Naranja, won $30, the second pure: and a trip| Diane Lounsbury and Allwie\ Successful Growers
;.. Mr Craig had coma to Couldi Joyce subject 1 was The Ideology Butler I I bark to land on an air-bout.. belonging Odum, .I
bout a month ago to work far of Democracy" which 1.1 Oldest Completely : bone of the frog .hunt. tltn Jacobs mad It Atll) ,
Te and T"'e ere' who kindly etmsenled' to give
the $20 third price
John W, Campbell Co, He It sur- OeHlM Ills Monty's WeeDs
Vlved by a nlere, Mrs. W H Carter The. young apeakrri. were. takento There had been an accident Equipped GroeCaretakers us that thrilling experience 11 I Sandy had been rescued from Due to Water Control prices adranclnf.
and the 'landlord' had carried the was a swell rile and we all enjoyed -
of Commerce Oa South Miami by Tom pAr- I l watery grave by the local boatman .
ante Mr, and Mrt. K A. While motorist Into his Uxern When It very much. a end now stood dripping en Priced! (Klght-PrlncIpaU only
?- Comedy Slated \the man recovered a bit,he asked i ; During our trip. bite the Everglades M bank of the ,river, 1I. I II.
hunted snakes catch'
what had happened we ,
played by Joyce Morgan and I I laid Sandy: "I would gl* a
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Betty Turner, In the supportingrait "Well, sir, You had s very bad I Ing some .of the harmless "Irl- ihlllln': but I've only got a twoihlllln' I. It MEYER REALTY SERVICE
'' Uei and also some mwraslnsrheas ;:
smash", said the landlord 'but
A three-act comedy, "A Mind will be Anita Dellt, Faye piece on met" I
of Her Own", will be presented. Billiard, Pat Johnson,, Doris I i managed to bring you to" p, 0. BOX u K) w. are real them venomous to the reptile snakes "Well we'II soon square till' eulh Kroma ArtBuer. !

lOOn by Mr*. Carl A Field id. Lewis, Joyce Ann Layton, Shirley "Old' )'ou." murmured the vie HOMESTEAD, FLA. Farm on gave tour return The nun- remarked the boatman, Ihlt'1) 0, tV>" ItSt NonmUad rh.ae $31.1illa.a .'
tanced dramatlct clan at homestead Greer Elvle Shores, Joe tlm "t don't remember Do you Phone 71 K Jump In 1..ln'.t.! .
I nomous, stakes we kept aa It
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We, had a trip to the reptile. '. NEED SOMETHING? ;

'''' 1i arm, as a .result. of the snake
\ vt gave them, and wi sketched. Do) your grove or farm supply problems puzzle rouT ST :

i Ji nukes from living there. models the many Maybe\ we can help. For your..information we list l below> aTZT )

We-are now In the midst of a complete line of fertilizers, fertilizer materials, fungicides, Insec;"

A LIMItED r contest to earn a trip to Vnlley'orge ticidc and services r
fOR eraI / and there are many other FERTILIZERS: ,
ELECTRIC Tires Including jungle luimnocks. -
We will aoure up points 4.7.5,1aa10) 3.8.8 44.3,12.0-10, 5-1'G, 12. .2. 8-8-8, WT
I on good turns, hikes, camping out 0-1410, special formulas on'request.'' .::;
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I W. are' all working hard tn win. rr.nnutl MATtalAI. rVNCVODCS- MISCELLANEOUrNIrate.I
W. ale bringing some reading ,.,.... Nsatral Kla r,y I
i material to the Kendall. hoit|>ltal HWsSiilfat TIM SnNate aid Limo MsnisaeMDufent \
on March 28 ef AmmonU Nevlral' Cess... II S"w..af Sticker i\
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You will recall that we reported I- w Cyaanmld Cower Bores) I 1.
a short time ago that we had Nitrate of PoUh Copper Sulfate. Iran atuifattiv ii\
one after a cypress, log from Ammonium NllrttnMurlste Kulphtir' n P. r.
which we would 1 fashion a totem Mrrre f
pole Well we got it all right and of Potash INIECTICIDKS..Zer"I KillerSateareX
lot of time carving Swlfale ef retash -
.1 have\the several spent' i Images an It and it EmkeSulftU D D T bI....... I..a4retk Testate .... I ,
DDT Wetlable. rewderB l
almost complete now and will
; I.i ef Potash Mag seats SER\1CCS
Leh Don be on display at our Scout Tankaiea H 0 11%, Gamma IwmerChlordaae Grave SeraylnrM I .

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Emulsion
I'ranwaierphotphate sltoishene ,
and see H moon Wa will let you w.
Tais,heo. Wsttsbla TewderLead .
know when ,through this column ,, '
and will tell you at the sametime Taster Ftomare ArsenaleOil rlrllJI.I "p
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how to get to our hut. .........,MIntLNsaMr"ra. ; .,.I ...... ..".,...Ds',. i I ,.Ma c..u..u.&M. Iseelee?
We are planning our Ea.I..r'trlp Greve tsueertle
H to study birds of the E\er EsaulsUa Oran Contract CartUkln I "
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Another. farmer Is bringing Manufacturers' of'HEDLAND
lull against our road on account
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Stet. bad bean prapon* tr await ,and avenmi oaoiorm to Ibeee ofadareM I beat eaj the. northeaal 1h11U.1lf11UW. I, Homaetead pennant wlantafI I .
.. -L.Itterprisepleas at MM corner at H. WItgMb arose ..d that a mtel- anus of the caty hell tot .:' I .
at and Roberto rd were mum of 741 atjuara feet .be art Comcil ....... war told that I MainAn I I IMr. and Mr. It U Hofcean received bruiart and align
II Nit ,pnan0M by Councilman. Walter for bouataf The ........ will the foremen plan to flaianre their 20 Years Easter auurlae cwvtoa will and daughter. MINes Alice and juriaa when struck. *> a i
Ago be held m Homaatrad U0onPark Grace agent on the Ken driven Ben Mi Knight. *
WaM Parallel Mar railroad en be required M ronetrurt the I I:own _1r\IdIGa. tM . Working with .by
.. .... __ the west fcpuaitry el UW tract.1 atraeta and to pay .....111IUnn, I year 'i Un Ivan Moaer and Mm ured j
lit Ue flManttoriaJ. aaaoclaUon will ____
1M* .. .. gwM IIMr, be ate, a stew IM feet to .... CMltt fee vita MnlMMt. A0V4 Paul Mernobfc were hotteani .I.Ia l
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An a4>ato M elms a4 ......r estate man sue-el.town oapttai. : a bartender In a Nometatoon a5.4w r.5.0. .... n. OIl Ulna Ctab, Idwta Hook, cityaagjinr. 'Carl 8AndeiMn.. lb* former MMTnetaa tan a laejird chance,
We .la earmarked far park pus plant to build two and three- : handed a glass. of crystal ..M. .a.0w.... t4 mtrt save" ""5054.. *i. sell- : and. fred. Redd of the ladd.Mrs. ." I apotl'" the learner naked
,..2:..ALIIUI dear water an old sourdough .. Rotary Club Oarwtructien:: ofI .
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posse to peeve M a buffer between bedroom houee on the tract I I ,: _. a.r.elr., I. M. Hetferty. Mn. John any
and asked apeakeri1
an opinion on It U. "L I a permanent platform I II The cMMren all agreed &
knuAqRAi. .e gM. the .InduetriaJ and &hertMdhI to addition to W... memben With I a wry rtile sourdough I" the park was suggested by DrLrvtngeton C. Cekeler and! Mi* R. Y. Burr
..... On N. W. EigMhit I will he mld not-lhat la, all exIntl.
aasa ." i represent HoaMrtead IVeabf'terian
"&1' of the awvtfig eemmlttoa were II forced half the .qua pure" down Mianro I II I .
.Jt.u-- the feta are teed. for bual I ; I | Church ." Willie Tipper"Bo
L. Wm. Mussel.white "
nrsrdenturg hh gullet I and' with a shale iI IlIrnrrllnllllfllrnnnll! iI IIMIIII
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think leopard
neai or reaMenre.AO "Frank Skill baa been III at you a ea!
.. _-- and Irving. i. Lyon I of his griuted head laid: "Can't ." "MiM Ruby Bhuhtr. Cart Daler > "
I dung Nil the
I hu home epos teach echaltanged
I Emeit r Coe who la reeking
-=:meM aITah ten mutt be at tract 75 Even the city has the budding pot it at all. but elOII'put In a and Irancti Ballmer . Willie."Vea. .
h ISM /1Ms ,I N..r.1115.M1.c I fret wide and must provide for' fever, according le the volunteer big atock Itll never be a real to have a national park created. Mn.MwW''lie: J'*ASmith sketched trees on Epmort dr' ," the boy replied "If 'h
(lateen of .-...-.. .I 1111.fil a 14-laot alley at the" rear It' fire department which asked and popular drlnJl.-Z.. around Royal Palm Park a* a and "Cbrlltof htr Columbia Fates. gets tired of one spot, he tan
/.141 i I r> ttat. Mr frank SchneWer wl) attend gc
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-- nucleus pent Sunday at the Ion or Mr and Mr* J J Fates. up and go to another"-ExIt's .
lodge.." I the American Legion convention
..... N ..ele 1111 1.a 0545. at Wwt Palm leach next week, I i ,
bawball
0..551{ 111. else s.. "'"!< MM "Homeitead'l Macon 1! I II
PK it riMtta. Mr Ite .* rmar. will open Apr. 20 when the irrt Mr. and Mra. C. M. Barrow,
L 5111. game of the new Florida East went to Everglades City. ..llghtareing -
Reminiscence WISH/ WE'D STAYED Coast League will be played rv .*. I I ROOMIER 1It's \


h'" SOUTH LONGER! II Crime Commission: of Greater Miami In'UR
By Aaale. Majthrw rttapalrtrkJurt 701 Ilisrayne' IUdg./

the hint of a whUper Miami 32, FloridaI I It', for amore CONVENIENTThis
a ;
Sometime Buy tart
Echoes reverberating I apply for membership in THE CHIME COMMISSION Wia. < .Ins.d
la totnegnf'i heart OF GREATER; MIAMI.

Thos Often ethoM fling,wide re-<
The flood gates of memoryIn I 1 Contributing, $25 or more toting 'or, I IJ
rparfcling tide I i i J Institutional', $WO!) or more privileges. morcI

Loved things almost\ forgotten ..-. .; I enclose the turn of $......... ......as clued for one year, TOP
Seem to revive .... '.. t !beginning this date. As n member, I will endeavorto
NIBM,, and (area long dimmedare .
least member.
secure at one new a
nzJ
Again alive .
))ale... ............. ......., ID .......
Oh happy experience Better ENJOY the Spring Months
fun for an hour (Print) Name. . .. ... ...... . .............. ... ................
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Bunt !Into flowerGREEN IN FLORIDA ; Business Address. ..... .... ... .... .... ...... ................ <
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Why return North too early to uncertain weather I .
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determine whether the streets' I "Y.j . possibly Ic mud slush and a dangeroui COM ol e
are owned by the city or by In. ) J flu? The tpring months In Florida are particularly dVllfjhtlul :
dlv'duila. r r Flan to clay and enjoy: them Temperature As You BuildInsulate
The cvunelt approved almost ;;:1 will be |ust right 'lor comfort bathing suntanmng..
$!0,000 worth of building -
'n's. Three thouund dolls per-wn.remodeling gall/, fishing and other outdoor diversions at their best

..- the Standard Oil -., 0 0 Beautify .
"n husk pUnt at 112 S. flaglcravr FINE TRAINS ALWAYS AVAILABLE : I IWaterproof
t and J 11,114.for new building
...."t ruction.Tuning .
recommendations for. And you don't need to hurry home because train
service Fast, finely equipped through trains to both
(the Cast and Mid West will be available over the Florida With. !

i I tr ron E'cctric' Son Ices! r l Cast Coast all spring and even summer You viB .
enjoy |lust as convenient schedules and modern equipment
IrdJo & Refrigerators .. ,as you would il you loft now. i round 9.1.17In

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Of Florida i
I jobs too large or too small Built of Mahogany and Other Woods Distributor of NATUROL IIOTTLEI U GASVie
Cabinet. Wark Chair taalnf ReflnMtlni. C OOK llomrstrail ManacrrrilONE f
Repair Modern equipment Car Bbrijne Dr. Rrdlaad. lid rhea W4-J
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jl B. M. MOORE BRANCORIncKock .t

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TilE MarbicTerrazzo 1

/ and Concrete Products .

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Veterans a Conrrtt' HarkMtrrrle e Krrrenlnde It's Tim -Testcd!
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( Blocks: Stark till

4 . .. . .- - ... .. !I e Rrid. .MUrd Cenrrrla When you build-rr/Rumlvr. Th: 'fnsul- s
Mastic Laboratories gtiaiuntec Insul.Maslic,

Make Your Reservation Now an oil-base material, for ten yearn againstall
lie Deliver
. Anywhere weather Let us give you an estimate on the
conditions! Int-ul-Mastic is ap.Ilie'l *

t For a Barber-Built to a tricknesa equal to 15 coats of terrazzo and tile work in 'your new'

Veteran's HomeOne ordinary house paint with especially) designed
; BRANCOR Inc. building or in modernizing
) air cbmprcKaor spray' Runs by skilled your

IL L nraadmbiirc. ..rrra Me r. Past G.<.era.4liu.t lee-Pit.. workmen. Infoul.Mal:1lic'ers: any surface: present home. Craftsmanlikc work
block of homes now under construction rough or smooth. Available in white or
Hock Tit on Holland Kd. S. of f Mowry Ph. 419 beautiful pastel shades, Insul-Mastic' is guaranteed. Many\ ; patterns of ma-
:
land title clearing under way for many more.Veterans' .
dusted with a protective coating of mica ':
terial to choose from.
Administration financing on terms which deflects the heat rays!

; rothing down and $15 a month payments .

i !iref than rent. JALOUSIES We'sell tile to owners or contractors.

Dial 48-9510 We ,stock only the best makes to

: 'l ;1. "v i A or 83-6982 ,
",' at fULST insure quality appearance in
your
and tree
i niA AND OTBCt IRNANCLYG Glass Wood For Advice I1i1
,Estimate on Your Job!
ASANGED roB building.

II i. .. NON \TrEUN UOIII al'tIDEasrr. INtyv
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N. -I.l. 2500 S.W. 2Slh Lane Phones ..1-60J1-1"17$
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I Leering fee Unir leant tfel )Ira. Hsraun HokaJeiB I* e. Mitt Leon Williams, ttudont Mr sad Mr Caa. Lame. LEADGR.ENTERPRISE FrMay, Mar. !I,1960-5 .
{ week after vWM .t the bam' al ... .....,.. __I al John ft Stttaon Unlv.rtJI'. It: man and Mr and Mrs O.y Nsw I
I Mr end Mr. L. P. Kendrick Mid. Flbfida deU ''w;.....ltd.I mending the ipring holidays hiModetto ha** left for Hkalr HoM. te Per-
and .Jlr'o.undHotneslead I Mr* M P. Woll n wr Mr. and and TdNn hold tkat a *. with her .parent. Mr Nibs, Mleh, after at.***. \list D.A.R. Unreal. Mat br i actual. ate when Dr. Hour Kitten

In Mr* N. C Rhliwhart of Houttrn, Orlando ere .la aJKUTMc* -t and Mrs Dan WllUam muen 1ft Na...... 4 teM Sit I For Perrinc MltHfftt rtn war and murdered seven. .by other. Indians onAug
Tex end son, Carl). Mrs. L. J. dent of the -'-. I W vlslUM In. Fort MjwN ) t .
I.toga of New Orteana, Mae w. f Mr and Mm;" Thaw olKedland and Forest Mina. A bratite marker comiiwnioratt -I I I. 1S40

I B. Lumpkin" of Macon. Oa, andRobert Hewcomers here are Mr and rd spent the weekend -NNNNMwNMMNNI.NNN, *.. th* Porrtne Madam was N* Data *.. rt ft
Kuhn of Athens, Oa. !In MM. Irwin Raakln and dauit rr, vitttini Mrs. Thomat bender: WiVMHa ywlvWacy tftM'nciiNi in I ISMMal ,
JAMM AKCIIH mrru .**wkoMi** M Indian Key I, Two I,UIMK|. seared l lauds
i rout home the RhineatrU **dMm ftusarn Gall, who cam ,... Ml.i. in-law and Utter, Or and Mr .
Raga wUI l visit Men* to, * t* Malta their frame a* |M O R. Crtater of Winter" Park En! HOSPITAL NEWS nil Dad County commiaswmenwr over the .dial when a )ft-t"pelM '
I ...... Mr MIl Ma ThaneMapped jelled\. a* ....1 tires fur'Pe plan afetMt. by them lit
and fort PIe. Mr. route
Jupiter N. Knee are 8tMr .................................... UMveiUng of the marker.abauat thrawtac flajne and
Kuhn hal resumed Ml studies at off with Meads to
W. R. Bird U Iron Mr -
recuperating and Mrs. John Moor of
out of ,
erected by Ue Oral Gables sad smoke At H wfclaaed tight
an attack of flu. I Virginia are visiting her at the I the veterinary oolleg* of Univrily Mrs A. Traynor was a pasties. 4 BoN to Mr, end Mr*. James Everglades ekapten of the ,ore ol the buuard remarted:

, home of Mrs Moore parents, of Georgia after enjeylng this week hi J aM* Arohor AauUiKapit ' Rrt. Bridge- .hw been hi Ptwwr of Hameetead t 0 son on Daughters of the AmerleM Revotution. -I "That bird was .really M a
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tweed of the spring vacation L Mar. ILIhepby .
Mrs James C. Vann. state BMlM I hurry" "You'4 be In a hum
I IAS WMiL in JtMNMHPafC
president of V": F W. auxiliari, Coconut Palm dr. Mr ,and Mrs I twttmta. : Mra. Herman Th marker b located 1 a quarter too" said Mama Bustard, "It
n hat returned from Japer when Moore are former resident her Mrs. C. E. Napier and 'family I Mr. and. Mrs It ..... MMf. ofChicatM HanpHLMrs I Uwerne, Mrs. Jam** Navtlbflerlda of 0 mil acroa water from the your tall \II" on fir*."_d. ;
she paid an official vies Saturday hive moved from a trailer park are have gue*** of,UMtroeuema City. Judith Roman,
Hale Groover of del! S
to the auxiliaries I of Jasper, retry,I Mr. and Mrs Sam Shankman I la a residence *t the comer of Mr and M n. Mw U Marty Warts HumeXeadMediMl ,0I
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Madison and Greenville.M . I left yesterday for their home In King Highway and Redland rd. Krone of 44} N. W. Seventh;'at W Mnmlay Pint from at was Victoria returned llotpilal paMmita\ : Mr. Hay

Memphis after spending three I r mond C. Ward, Mrs Howard I I
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where the underwent srrgery.Guests
months hers.Recent New home owner here are ,I Jones, Mr Edna Oakley, MinamTro
>. and Mrs. Stewart{ Hall,of Mr. and Mrs. John H Seymour *
Mr and Mrs R. T. Johnston and John Rtfhn Home- Let us install anIDMIRTIL tI
IT N W. Fifth It. are building land daughter, Misses Barbara, at the home of Mr and bridnt I
:a new CBS residence at 121 N visitors al the home of daughter Terry and Patricia, Mae and Nancy, left Monday for.Mrs. E. A Wtyle are Mr*. Mar sled: Mrs Virgil DieM Mr I M
Mr and Mess Frank Grlesbach who have moved from Naranja I .. Matthew
Rrdland
f t Ninth st. 'Palmetto after attending the lee fcri Of Wee* end Mr PnulWalts J. Gammon, :
were Mr. and Mr Jack Swaim to their residence on 605 N W. I ton In Homestead and daughter Unda, all \Hoiicfc. Goulds; Oeo. Guff, MOo : :
of Dunlroon, Fourth atOccupying I
Ontario. Canada I dello
New home owners here will be' i I of Detroit Mrs.. Walk Is a sister-
f fI Mr and Mrs Fred C. Jackson and Mia Marian lawman of. -/ Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. jIn-law of lulu While
Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. their new home on . .
'I 00 W Moody of Naranjk
will build a frame residenceat sayn -
I who Tom Sproule, a reaidenl. of Florida .' Roberts rd. are Mr. and Mr*. I r
RlohatrlWi
Mr Julian .
'I Mr. and *
at the corner of N. W. 11th Mr and Mrs A. L. Campbellof ",
It'j City some 20 yean ago, has Sandy Donanno and sis.year-old .J
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of Miami and children, Patricia, .
>and Second: eve Naranja) spent the erkcntlIn '
} I returned to New Orleans after a daughter, Sandra The Bonannosfarmery Kathy and Johjmy. their son-ln-taw c___ .-- =' ,
Miami with
I visit with Mr. and Mr* Grles made their home In .
I Cpl. Walter Branam USMC, of barb. Florid. CityMiu and daughter, Mr and Mr, null ;
\ Quantlco, Va, arrived Monday to Dr. Cy Green of South Itrnd, Vaughn TELEVIS1O1SET

spend a furlough with his mother ! G W. Driver of Naranja I b a Loll Ryerson, student at Ind, spent the week-end In Na- -
Mrs M r. White who Is IIIat patient In Victoria llcwpiUl( In John B Stetson University, > *nt range with his brother-in-law Mrs. Ida L Whoiilru' l Iiii Immediate Service
her.homo on N. W. Ninth It. I Miami | and sitters, Mr and Mr*. (.has.lal her home in Naranja
the spring vacation her with herparents
Mr. and Mr. i
Zimmerman and
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Mr. and Mrs Daniel
i NeW home owners here are Mr. and Mr. Dirk Martin and Ryerson of Richard rd Guy Nave. I Mrs Verona Yorker of Detroit Reasonable Prices
Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Wallace I whol I I two-year-old daughter, Cheryl'\, -. li vlHltmg here at the horn of

have moved from N W, Fifth s('have moved from E. Kings Highway Dr. and Mrs.. John B. LOOM Dr. and Mrs E. J. Graham olPnhokee Mr. and Mrs. II E llomans. I
to their home at 840 N E Fourth' Into their new home at 910 have returned to their home In and childrenI Joe, Diana, Quality Workmanship
eve: N E Fourth ave Susan and Mary MNInda, were I
of
i Chicago after visiting here at the Mr. and Mrs John Gear
1. homes of Mr. and Mrs L. II guest Sunday of Dr. Graham* Mount Vernon N. Y, are making I ,
i 1.i Manke and Capt and Mrs. Chcs. parent, Mr and Mrs 11 II a six-week visit at the horne of' ..
ter W. Sorenion Graham of Naranja Mr. Georges brother-in-law and ENGINE: 0>'CRIIAl'Le 1

sinter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Trnynor. J.
MRVUB IN YOUR HOME FOR
1 r Pvt. and Mrs. Glenn Dickinson Mr and Mrs W. J. Turner RRAKI ,

of Tampa spent the week-end loft yesterday for their home In Spending throe weeks at the o TVNE.VPo
.;, Il here with their parents, Mr and Clarksville, Pa, after spending homo of Mr. and Mra U IVNmco MOTOR
t Mrs S. L. Dickinson and Mr and the winter In Modcllo at the home' are Mrs Hubert Vcuro of t"
II END AUGNMENT
Mrs John H Seymour of their eon-in-tsw and daughter Mount Vcrnon, N Y, and sun, FRONT o ONE WEEK'SFREE
Mr. and Mrs Dan Williams Richard
t rAlNTINOIODY
.. .x Miss Barbara Wells hat returned .
to Florida State University Mr. and Mrs Thad Shore and o
rtNDfR
after spending! the ..prlnlholld.YI son, Thad, Jr., and Ml" DorothyBuchanan MrsOla* Csrlnon of Park ANn
Ridge, III, and Mrs Mia: Johnson ur.1Ro
here with her parentsMr all of Wetaunpe Plan.lotion
and Mrs. F. U. Wells.GilMitlte of Chicago have ntunrd to
: near Tallahassee, are houseguests
their homos after a month viithero SlAT lY'CRAt'rl1ULNlERINC TRIAL
of Mrs Shores puitnls,
Mr btlma o
with their CUUHIII -
.* The causes cl 1 headache are multitudinous. Mr. and Mrs Wm. J. Clark of Hcltx.
\ 30 N. W Tenth st .
ta the most common ailment iJI -_ o
is
t It perhaps, 1.lul-ml.tI. : UNIlLRfOATINOLVBRICATION
Mr. and Mr. R T. Holbr.,k Mrs J. Jl Shore has irlurnrdo
I .of man Many headaches are simple, J 01 Wlnston-Salrm irrived huh her homo In AtlnuU allei a POll'U.AINIl.INO o

week to upend some limr at It elr five-week visit here with hit,
and to simple home treatment. KARKOTEUNDERBODY o '
I ,j respond home on N. W. Tenth st The mother, Mr Robert DcllingerMr .

: It should be remembered that headache llolbrookt darted south In January I 0GENERAL
but at Charlotte they HereIn and Mrs R V. Brown hair : REPAIRS Benson Electric Co.
ii g symptom, and not g disease It is nature an automobile wrerk whirl moved from Join., Pierre to make o I II

that the track is not clear PROTECTION: I sent Mr. Holbrook (9( the hospital their home at 141 N W. rouilh A ('mtrun: Bl'MPfR-TO./
I semaphore, signaling for four week, Mr.llolkroik I Is it Bl'MTlR: SIRMtKHllH.rT : : I Your I Dipt.rubble Appliance Dealer
J. Clark
a sinter of Mrs. Wm. J.
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If headaches persist or recur, see your physician at
: : nN IP MSIKIDfY : Oluett established>> eleilrlcal contractor In the IlNllaiidi.
fell Stops Underbody Mr. and Mrs. I. Canter ol Mr. and Mra. John f Routine: IIRHFHRTLMK .
YOU
i needed equipped to AH
If medication is we are In Prlmitm since KIT
once. ,
*for have returned to tlulr (mine inNew
I' Chicago havo come south Mr| o J
h ty. your prescription promptly and aCC uuely.Ile Rust, Rattle and Hot Zander's health and are tlslllijual >> YOlk after. tmluig|> Ihollla- : AERI ICE 1'rinrcton, Fit. Phone Ihmcitctd(
here V.Mi I
the home of Mr and Mrs 0Schrrlbman son e .
of US N W SeventhM I I
Applied under It"H, fendersdoor .
Am COl'olOI1'WNIiJ .-....* .ws....... | Mr Gatycr Is supervisor' *f and Mm UIMUIUV SWIll 'r'J
__ and chauls Keep new the Chicago;i safely Unit.. Wd.ikwf jmd.children, William and Lfctdu r
; .n' and old lieutenant\ In tho ChltHgnixilir ,, Bird Chevrolet i Co.,
new ear young a II I II' 'nl>\'t'Int"(\ their new home" T
. Glades Prescription Shop Order your Karkote job .. department has jxturniv' ,"r Mil N F fourth neeFLORENCE ,J .
now. homo after a visit at the horn. I" __ 107 N. Keene Ave OA7CSfRVSAaIO
of Mr. and Mr*. Schroibmun and U......... It*. i GIVE YOUR GOOD ac'tf1TlF ss
J Mr. and Mr*. Vae Roses Mr. tin! i iwi Ii
, HOWARD JOHNSON. Fh C.I1 Thone (I OLD HOUSE
detailed recently to guar
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N. Krom Av. fhon e
( President Truman whey, Ih1
ir i Texaco One-Stop president wa in Chlcai'f 22 Year With A TREAT;
4 ; Imitn to
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. Station Mrs. Vlda harms ha iftun'tjto I \ PAINT IT/
aftn, I Slop!I for ,
1 her home in Chicago a

Uenson Electric: Has Benson Electric! SerYicesrhllco I three-week visit at the borne or| .rolet,7 MAKE: i TNANIs ,
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Mr and Mrs R. O Shot ,Curb :Si'nice
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: Appliances 11 ltadio'l & Refrigerators N. Kr m. Ave. ri I U II r. M Dully I MCEANO
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Homestead Neon Radio Repairs : ( to tlwmn A I'J'J.IANCISI ;
Signs
tit "; ) For Your Convenience We Plate Your E\cry
I rrlnerlan, r>h. 44}

r Building! Netd from 'A' to "ff
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Hacked l hy ,

1 j Your Neon Sign Made 15 years of experience.Your 1 A-Asbestos\ PrwUrtsII N-N.IU
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f l Open 24 Hours A Day -llulldrr. hardware. (moat. tlnorlng

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1 Erected and Maintained Locally Radio and Television i J.U1ClmsCKlm tolarra'Q Duality MUI".*rktt

)Dealer) Tor Karly-risinr: FiHhernun. t-I'.r.. 1'1,,,... -RrdH.Ml Hiding.
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I (:iood Sirloin Steaks, Chop, Shrimp, f-l1r framing", tmbrrrreduct aWKhrlvIng PIM

\ (Golden; Fried! Chicken ."
Dodd Radio & !
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: Estimates made without obligation. Designs tIT N. Krean rhone IIS 1I-lIar.boar' (Ma MlU) U-l'.wa ItoarcV
GLADES RESTAURANT
t-lnlrrlvr tloUk -Varabk.

sketched for your approval before work is J-Jambe' W.HKhlnglrl

Ire: KtOMt.: A>t, HOMESTEAD
started. K-Knollx Pin X-Xn-llrnl Mddlng

., 50-lb. L -t..imbrr y-Var,
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\When you have your sign"rccted by us and ICE BOXES 1" ; ; ;
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ANNIE
; MAYIIEW FITZPATRICK
serviced byus, you sidestep the grief of trying. 114.95Overseas :
RedLind Road between Avocado and Blscsyn Drivel

to get service out of busy metropolitan Miami. Bait & I

I I Pianoforte! and Theory

I I I I Tackle .
Shop I r VWlo Xjrloplion P1sno-Axordio0
; We also arc expert in indirect lighting and

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wall and truck lettering. +t. J


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vrHomiesteadNegri /l' r You want b 94 cklcki off( to o good
start la U(*-tp! them develop sturdy

; ho/6f/1d/O 'ffC// bodes, blfl 17 lost | oll>*Tt fl. 101
SignsE. + million cklcki ptorod Ckockw EH a

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M**. UXK III HO8TWSAT LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday Mar. 21. I0
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I H . Lena Link of Camp Happy STATE PRESIDENT INSTALLS OFFICERSAT
Social Events in South Dade . . .
entertain Mnd ia lilt ...a>, HOMESTEAD WOMAN'S CLUB BANQUET
a.ae Muae kkaadr, M a peeniesaner

fr wMaft ke ewvied
r the Mi* A. '1'. IfMlUjr at Orlando, btttatUd were: Mr Ovid 8 WVM -
DONNA VERN JOHNSON, THOMAS SMITH I MLACKBI7BM'" EXPLAINS (ROSEMARIE OPPEDISANO TO BE WEDDEDTO frM cMcken and "I the trI_ president ot the Florid FWhsra- BrtalOMtMIr. : .. A.
I I SCHOOL MERGER MICE: mlng The fat wa spread on lion of Women'i Club, Intuitedthe I tint vtc0prMMl0nt;
WEDDED SATURDAY IN BAPTIST CHURCH! I I SAM\ NICOTRA JUNE :21 IN BROOKLYN I'I'I I court house d.*ki puahed tOfethe new officer of lilt Woman FouUt awond vlo" **;
I The May t school bond 'lame, to form a .pirate table Club of HomctMd at a dtautcr Mn. Fred .Rhode*, r...

Wedding vow and rugs wale,t. made of whit. oroMd. earruHton part of which will be earmarked. The erujtf emant and 1IIIP"t'h.111II and U an aged In farming.A I Skarlng Mn. Unk'i party were meeting Friday evening In Slim\ rotary; Mn. E. W. Burton, corrwpondlng -
. for a 1400,000 conanlldated. Home. I--- -- I M.... Nellie A. Mn. and Amy's Restaurant and M...
changed by Mia Dunne Vent II and roaebuda.ed stead. -Rein.nd senior high achool, rnwnatje ot their diujrhter. linen and lingerie dower Bush Katherine secretary;
Jab_ and Thomat Dine Yellew tmrgaaette over taffeta was explained to an audience of Mlu Rosemirle Oppdina, to wi given In honor of tile bride-. I Martin Mi"?. Lucille Dar Arrangement of whit gladioli John H. Hale treasurerFiftythree .
j Smith Jr., at ''I o'clock Sail I wai worn by the maid ef 'boner 1M at B HomMtMd P. T. A. 'Ran Nirotra of Florid City and to-be by Mn. A. Traynor Sunday Mrs. Miriam VTilkeraon Mr and tnipdragont and green can- members and guests
r- .who tarried> orchid rCiom. Syracuse N. Y. I II !being an. evening In Sacred Heart club- Mabel Atha. Mrs Ramell\ Crew dIes carried eat led Saint Pat- were aerved.
"landi hU
: ighr Friday In the
day evening In First Baptist Lime-green gown were were by rafetorium. nounced by Mr.. and Mr*. r. Op. houi Bridal whit was lined for efl.. Mrt. Wanek.' Mrt. Trull rick' ray turn. White Camellia As
Chunk of Homntead. The bride the other attendant. who! carried periisano of Florida City and the decoration and the refresh Lingo, Mn. Helen Webber Mr. corsages Wire worn by Mrs. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN, .1
If the daughter of Mr and Mn.Vernl .I yellow rose. Sixty dwIUn wa "aU," from Brookyn If. Y., parent of thebridetobe meet court of sandwiches, cook EM MiglO, Mn Either Rimoa MacKay md the Incoming cmMr ERNEST BHERARD. EIGHT
a lively auction conducted by .Kr., cake, coffee and Mitt Elisabeth Young terL
and soft drink. .
Johnson of Oouldi and Clad In white the ring bearer Rudolph Cossmaru ureiidenl of Ernest Sherard, Jr., celebrated
North Branch Minn. and the carried the ring on 1- h.lltt'pM the Daddies' Club.' A skit "You The marriage will take |IllareI I UTi lift were placed beneatha hit eighth birthday anniversary

I I bridegroom It a eon of Mr. and "" pillow. The flower girl Can't Trutt a Woman", was presented on June 24 In Brooklyn. Utlon decorated to the umbrella honoree for preien ROUND OF PARTIES GIVEN VISITORS I at a party Tuesday afternoon at

Mr, *. Thoi. D. Smith of Green banket artttered petals from a white by members of Mr*. CarlA Mill Opgedi ano, who hat I HERE FOR REUNION AT KENDRICK HOME I the home of hit parent, Mr and
\ Mr Ernent Siierard DVcoralloni
Field' speech time spent the pant five winters herewith RIKTIIDAY PARTY GIVEN
Acret Grove Homestead. Orchid corsages were worn by Attendance awards wee won her parent attended Ilnme- were In the Baxter motif and bas
F The chancel wat decorated with the brldo' mother In blue and, by Mrs. Ruth L. Scott high' steed High School. Son of Mr. ''Oa BILLY IIENM"' FOfRBilly I Mr. and Mr* L. P. Kendrick *, Kendrick were hosts at a bets filled witH.. colored: eggs were
potted patM and floor baket the brldeiroom'i' mother, In "-.1 school room, and Mr*. W. H.' md Mrt. T. Nirotrt, Mr. Nicotra, Venn four was given t I and Mr* M. P. Wotltm were dinner party In honor ol the .Ia.! given a* favor Decorated birth.
} of white gladioli! Decoration: were 1 In white for Mills' elementary school room. wa educated In Syracuse schools birthday party Monday afternoonby boat at a family reunion Sun Hors Present. In addition to the day cake Ice cream and punch
antpdragon the day at the Kendrick home C. .
reception which wit held In Hit mother Mr*. Wm. A. Soon on out of town guests already were aerved.
: I i larkspur and Easter HUM and the church social hall. After lee> Campbell dr Together for the' Mined, were Mr. and Mrt. John
of W Palm ave., Florida City I' The
guests enjoyed
4 Illuminated by white cathedral OPEN HOUSE WILL MARK 60th WEDDING tint time since 1941 23 an egg hunt
three-tier whit wedding cake The children wen entertained I were r, Itobarg of Homestead and end played
whit tapers!>> In tin white candelabra Broad was cut by the bridal couple It ANNIVERSARY OF MR. AND MRS. KENTThe with game and group tinging. members of the family. New York, Mr. and Mrl. Kuhn Present were gamp Sandra Britten
a* ribbon and
sprays ofEaster was nerved by Mn. V C. Birthday cake, Ice cream and The other present Included: and Freddy and Yvette Mrt. Hall Inda Sullivan, Jan McClung
: Hue marked the pewt.Mr I .Presiding at the punch K.rIt'Y'1 Mr. and Mn. N. C Rhlnehart of and M"". WoIIam. A musical program -
candy were served, and colorful: ; Sarah Grace and Pliyllli Ann
M. C. Lawrence organist, Mm Clydo' Buwdwi Mri. Wll- alxticth wedding .annlver-Ison' oo.n: daughter to Sundays favors wIre given to the small ,| Houiton, Tex., and ion. Carl, Mr. WM presented by Mr.Rlelnehart .. Sherard. Claire Wright Paulette
j played tort nuptial musto aa well lard E Lewis, and Mn. Wm. E. !ary of Mr. and Mri. M. W. Kent' She taught for short Intervali guenti. 1 i land Mri. James Wollam and son, playing the piano and Fredrick, Nclda Gaiuens 011.1.Br1.nt. .
ai the accompaniment for Frank will be celebrated at houneo In' Lake Park and Armstrong *
open
I McMlchael. Joan Bobby, Mr. and Mr* O. J. Wol. Mr. Robarge and Robert Kuhn
Tye who tang "Becaui and be held from 2 to, I o'clock : la, where the family Billy'l young gueit were I I Peggy Parker ChristinaTaylor
Dui-of lown I lam and Louise playing I
guest were Mr. daughter, Mary guitars
i; and Albert Dl Lorento, Carol and Mary Lee Walton Margaret -
"The Lord'i Prayer". Sunday afternoon at the Kent lived temporarily) and cart her '
and Mn. Clem Shaberg of Mlna. Sandra Walker Valerie Presets, and Joyce Mr. and Mr*. John Mn. WoHam and the vltltort Mae Prldgen, Louise and
The Rev. John H. Whltt "horn on NaraIJa'rd. Haters lot with Olivet Presbyterian. '
paa. apollt and ton Larry, and Min and Matie Ann Kuhn and children Freddy and w. .dinner gents Friday even '
i Carolyn Carpenter Mary Godwin Bonny Webb, WaU
tor, officiated the will be Mr*. Kenfi daughler-lnf Church after moving back to
I at ceremony. Ethel Ifogberg and Mill Edith I Yvette Mn. W. B. Lumpkln of Mr.
Virginia and Mike Nixon, me of and Mrt. James Wol. ter Sullivan Lee Sullivan Sammy -
The, ,
bride Cedar .
war given In marriageby Sealandrr of Detroit j law Mrt Frank M. Kent, and Rapid Macon Ga. Mn. 1. J. ot
Lake., Minn. Beverley Outlaw and Fred Hens Ragas lam. and Saturday evening of Mr..nd""re..O. Garrett, Rudy Gotaman Jimmy -
; I her. father and attended by For their honeymoon trio within sister. Mn. Ida H. Smith. After a abort service a* a. Adults present were Mr. and Mrt .New Orleans, Mr*. May Hill J. Wollam. On Wed. Fatherree, Frank Harris
Mm Love Etta Anderson, a the stale, the bride Mr and Mri. Kent' were married teacher in the primary depart.ment I'Robert Kuhn and David Kuhn. '
'ptl.Il't't'n
wore a R. V. Brown Mrt D. DI Lorenzo nedy evening ef )lilt week Mr. Bobby Hardln, Richard and
cousin, maid of honor. Mar 29 taw.Is. the I
at A iM/ 1890 near was "promoted" along
suit brown accessories and '
and the hoiteu. On Monday Mr. and and' Mrt. Rhlnehtrt" were dinner Michael Blackburn
evening Hood Bunny ,
of the bridegroom Mrs Ruth a white orchid ., where Mr. Kent taught with her corsage and theatre\ gueitt ot Mr. andMr.
Lower Roger Barnes and
Ball, and Mr*. Hubert Hutto Mr. and Mrt. Smith make chool. In 1888, they moved to I where the found her lifework Micky
are of Florida
Floyd Evtrag Kirby and Billy Brooklnt.Mri. .
were brldetmitront, and Miss ng their home In a cottage onRedlarul Cedar Rapids and later, to Armstrong In teaching boy., In her 40 PHONE GIRLS GIVE HAMBURGER FRY City. Sherard assisted In
Laula. Whitt was bridesmaid' where Mr. Kent entered year. at Olivet the had the sea I was '
rd. neat Green AcresGrove AT HOME OF MR. AND MRS. DRIGGERSA Mr Ben Brook
Dawn Stevenson wai flower girl I led general merchandise business end generation of boyj In her While here, Mr. Rhlnehart was entertaining by
taken several tithing trip by nt of Coral Gables, Mrs John
on
and In ,
Ronnie Anderson war ring. H10 Mr. Kent opened a furnl classes
The
bearer In bride North received Branch her and educe.lion hai lure business In Cedar Rapids tn addition to their son FrankM. hamburger fry was held Mar. duce, Mr and Mr*. Morgan I Roy Lowe O. I. Wollam and Fredrick and Mr*. Barney God-I}

J : Robert Lee.Jr served it bet been employed by Pan American new owned and operated on a Kent of Naranja rd. and Ce 15 by operators of the local telephone Hodge, Mr. and Mrs Walter John and Robert Kuhn. win.
I'' man and Douglai Johnson a Bank In Miami She hat spent 'commuter" basis by hli ton. dar Rapids, and their daughter exchange at the home of Rutrke, Mr. and Mrs Delmar
i brother of the bride Paul Cox' several winters with her parcati Mr. and Mrs. Kent came here I Mri. Florence MrMullin of New, klr, and Mn James Drlggeri: of Butler, Mr. and Mra. Lucien Wol- THOMPSONS ENTERTAIN AT LAWN PARTY
and William McMichael were In Gouldi where they have built nine yean' ago from Cedar Rap Carlilc, Ind, Mr. and Mrs Kent 405 N. W. Seventh iL colt Mr. and Mn. Paul Vann I FAREWELL FOR CONNECTICUT GUESTSMr
usher I winter home.A Ida (o make their home near I I have a grandson Rob MrMullln.I Present were Mr. and Mn. Mil. D. R. Sullivan and ton, AS
Th brldo wore I tcediwirltiara. veteran of the navy and the their ton and daullhler.ln.IDw.I I two granddaughter, Mri. Roy Wade Thompson Mr and Mri. I David. Mn. Stewart Hall and
.' fingertip v'lI. and I gown Merchant Marine, the bridegroom Since her arrival here, Mrt. Kent Keeler and Mri. John Anderson,' Ralph Brown Mr. and Mr. Her.I ton, Keith, Mrt. Wm. C. Webb; .and Mr. W. A. Thompson blei, Mr. and Mrt. Frank Snow
of whit dipper, satin and lace attended Virginia Polytechnic In. has taught an Intermediate class I and two great-granddaughteri,: bert Hunter, Mr. and Mn. Bruce Min Dolly Barn.tt', Mia Ton! entertained at a lawn party Wed.: of Florida City, Mr and Mrs.
faihlaned with a ruffled otf the- itltuU In Blarkiburg, Va. He It of girls at Homestead Presbyterian Norma Ann lluleck and Frances Batchelor, Mr. and M,.. J. D. \Hall, Milt Winifred. D nzey. Mill neiday evening In honor of their I Jesse Goisman of Homestead
shoulder bertha and full ruffled engaged In farming and grove Church where In 1B48 she McMullln. . I Abbott., Mr.. and Mn. Joe Bene- Kale Hallett Richard Joseph, house guests' Mr. and Mrs Harry I Mn. Rosalie Dahlen of Philadelphia -'
11 J I skirt ,Her cascade bouquet was operation was honored for SO consecutive: Ernest Valencia, Sherman Danby Cook, who expect to leave today and Wayne Thompson, .'
yean of service' at a Sunday LUNCHEON GIVEN AT CARIBBEAN CLUB and Mr and Mn. Drlggen, for >their horn In Branford,1 I

ail )J BRIDAL SHOWER FOR DRUCELLA PEYTON school her 40 teacher years at In teacher recognition at OlivetPresbyterian of I II WEDNESDAY!) : ) BY VISITORS FROM DETROIT I I'F.NN8\'LVAmA''lSITOIS Conn. win LAWN SKITTER PARTY DOWNS HONORS POUR! .*''.

1 {11 GIVEN,( : BY MRS VANN AND MRS BIONDO Church I In Cedar I I HONORED AT COFFEE I course Bunco was played served and at a table.salad!I Skipper Downs, ion of Mr and :
the
womnn'i
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Rapid mlillonnry Mrs Marjorie DeWeene and London Mn. II. F. Bushncll Mr. Mrt. Casper Willlamt enter placed on the Thompson lawn. Mrs Ray Downs of (I N. E. 14th
1"Ii A mlscellanmu bridal shower Mn II. M. Campbell" Mrs 1 .T. society there wit named the Anna Mrt. Verona Yorker, winter visitors C. J. Miller, Mr*. Hemani and tamed at coffee Friday afternoonat i The Easter motif was carried tt., celebrated him fourtlf birthday
Kent I IMrL
iPj, for Mist Drucella Peyton, fiance I Nixon' Mn. Wilson Ludlum, Mn Missionary Kent Society from Detroit, were hostesses Ur.. White.nvo her home In Modello in honorof out In the floral decorations and anniversary, Saturday afternoon
Iti of Billy Forte, was given Friday I lit Gllklnton, Mri Frankie !Marsh begin her teaching Wednesday at a luncheon at the -. winter visitor from Pennsylvania the refreshment coune. at a lawn (party given at his
career In lees |In the Bethany "
evening by Mrs. Paul Vann and I Mrt. Bruce Batchelor and Mia Congregational Mission In Cedar Caribbean Club. Mn. DeWre ta" FROM Mimic CLUB Mn. E. B. Beglln Mrs W. Present, besides thoie mcnloned -I home. The decorations and the
Mrs sieve Blondo at the home of Margaret Bullard.HOMESTEAD. I a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. CO TO STATE MEETING J. Turner and Mri Eva Eichar. ,.were Dr and Mn. Fred I refreshment were In the green
Mrs Jlorbert Hunter 'In Florida I I Rapldi where she took her small I E. A. White, and Mri. Yorker Itt Others present were Mrs E. Dixon' Mr. and Mrs, Lee New* I and white of St. Patrick' Day.
City. house"" guest of Mr. and Mri. H. Monday Mimic Club will be E. King, Mrt. Dan Williams, Mrs. house and Mr. and Mn. Bill Lay. I Young guests were Suzanne
Bingo was played. Decorations HIGH JUNIORS ENTERTAIN i iI' E. Hemans. represented. next week at the H. L. Brandenburg Mrs. Fred J. inon., III of Akron 0., Mr. and Smith Elaine Kufeldt Saralyn
and refreshment. course were! In SENIORS AT DUTCH BANQUET TONIGHT Luncheon guest were: Mr* C, tlilrty-third annual convention of Furhi. Mri. Fred J. Fuchi, Jr, Mrs David Do worth, Mr and'and Nell Bennett, Jamie January
theBf. rntrlck'i Day motif. Open I' J. Parman, Mrs Ovid Sullivan the Florida Federation of Music Bin Nixon Smiley and Mri. Gerald Art. Herbert Spedal, Mr. and Glenda and Charles Fortenberry,
face tanrlwlche, rake and punch Mrs Frank Hauimnn, Mia ThnlB. Club In Lakeland by Mrt. II. L. Eichar Mrs. Frank Smith Mr and Mri Martha Claire Lumpkln, Judy
w'fA ...-rved, I A Dutch" "bonquet and poly.hlse" lions to the Dutch atmosphere Royal Mn, C. P Strohm, Mrs Brandenburg, chairman of music Ceo. Maxton and.Mrs. Wm. Fan. ,,.McGlnnls Linda and Allen Blehl,
Present besides those mentioned will \*" hlret of the JHviU 1 be bevies of petty girl In Dan Heard, Mr* Bruce E. Neu- lit the home,"and Mr.. Frank BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES 'I char all of Miami Mr. and Mrt. 'Carolyn and Roger FulUn Dlan'
'wer* Mrs. R. E. Edwards traditional party to be given In .I'II the picturesque Dutch eostutnra big, Mn. Ralph Jordan Mn. Hauam,". MARRED BY BUFFET SUPPER Robert rancher and Mr. and Thompson, Charles Robertson,
Mr'J me* Drlggen Mra. Her- the rafetorlum this evening ty : James Bogner, Mrs, W E. Mo The ,foue-day convention will Irt. Paul Chever of Coral Ga- ., Ban, Sottil and Butch Down
belt Bunter, Mr*. John Butches the junior clast of homestead open Monday. Hottest groups, will The birthday anniversaries of
t. lor,, Mra. Jet Peyton, Mrs lAna High School for member of the MR" IXIkWR NIECETO Mr and Mn, Max Noah of b* the Tuesday Music Club andBertha Diana and Mary Melinda Grahamof
Pert, Mr*. J. M. Forte, Jr, Mn.ntymond graduating class. ; BE APRIL BRIDE Milledgrvllle, Ga., were dinner Colt Artists Music Club of Pahokre and Bill Fuchi of Niranjfl ?
nobert, Mri. Wide Guesti will be greeted at the' guests Mar. end Mn. Lakeland were marked at a buffet! Going Away
Thompson, Mr. Ulburn Nixon' door by Barbara Ann Shuler and Mrs Cha. W. Lelby expects I H. L lIb.Mr.'i": Noah It supper Sunday evening at the'I Safee'
1- Mrs; Monk Cain, Mri. EJw VsnlHouton j Calvin Waldron, members ot the to leave next week for Hattlet- i director ot Mllloditeville CollegeA !: I CLI'B PRESENTED: TROPHY home IIf> their grandparent, Mo-I I' Th clothes_ "See hi eMdlllm- plastic while bag traveling are handy Dual proof to keep nwUtur four
Mri. D. R. Sullivan MrtOe host group, and escorted up the burg Mir, where she will attend Capello Choir WOV' AT COUNTY FAIR and Mra. Casper Williams of proof, and all garment visible for raiy selection.
*. Mantiui and Mr* Robert P. gangplank of the good ship "Tu the Apr', 4 wedding of her niece, dcllo. Diana four and Mary Me-'
r Marsh lip" for a cruise to beautiful prewar Mill Mary Catharine Taylor, to The Claude Pepper trophy won linda one are daughters of Dr.: All garment Inured against theft, fire, and water
Gift were tent by Mn. Dexter Holland. I John Torrey of Connecticut, Mr. I for first place In the garden club and Mri. E. J. Graham and Bill, damage while In e.r poaaetiloa.
Smlllli. Mrs. Fred Rhode, Jr. Dutch atmosphere will "b*given Lelby and their daughter Tillulalv division at Dade County Fair one, It a ton of Mr. and Mr*.
Mrt. ,J. F. Rhodes, Mrt. Htrry the cafelorlum by myriads of will )olit Mn. Ley In lint- was presented Monday night to Fred J. Fucru Jr. I
Bishop Mrs Robert Sullivan gaily-colored paper tulips and by tlesowrf for the ....\\In'. Ai+ South Dade Garden Club by The center of attraction was a TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS
Mrt. Frank Mcllwiln. Mri. Jesse windmills and a donkey and cartall daughter .of Mr. and Mn! B. W. I Chas F Melssner. The club won group of three decorated birthday
i Cosimtn Mr*. Roy S. Chandler!! handiwork ct the host group.: Watkins of Hattlesburg, Miss' also a $123: cash award. cakes topped with lighted candle .. E. First Are. W. W. 6EVERY. Mgr Pbon 1(1 I
Mr H. H. Taut, Mn. Roy Nixon Most decorative of the contrlbu- Taylor visited her last ,..ar.'U Dwlght E. Wirdlaw, program Present, besides thoM men.
I' s.J chairman spoke on growing boned were Mr. and Mrl. H. L.
c 1l plant. for competition. Brandenburg, Jr, Mr. and Mn. I
Light refreshment were served Fred J. Fuchi, NfL E. B. Bcglin,
' r'h" pjSir by the hostesses, Mri. Francis B. Susan Graham, H. L. Brandenburg FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALE
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I In'honor of his sixteenth birthday eel Ronald Gagllardl, Ray Hanre.:' .good through
anniversary, Charles Williams Lee, Bill Rice Jerry Underwood, Monday.
fail aclinf nt ii l ii v d i wit given a surprise party Tuesday Harold Graham, Bobby Gene and'
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69cDIXIE punch were served at the home of Mrs O.as. W.I
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I MRS. WM. RADFORD ;MADE PRESIDENT n.ILR. CLAM OF '&1 HAS Sunday n-eetng ofW ana Ttrt.M I r lR.DKR.EmERPRfSESB P tt1:tt u. 4T-e. .1

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The first annual reunion dinner home 'were Mr. and Mon J. aV CLASSIFIED ADVERBFor ............ _. "
Mm Wm. Redford WM atoetedHeaMsnt dteleest; and Mr*. OWe Heetun. of the Homaste-i) Nigh Sohoalteai lONaad THIS aVCAimrULLYFUKMISH1D
of 'N to latufaM T4ta Personal
of the Auditory rf AT.MMSmttb grla.d. ar lit a ... I..a4t.aa. bjaaxI
Pal V. r. W. at the Mn. .fort J. BoUnaoo WM pals evniag. iH-ni said A'sRaleweast seer ..... hee _1NMuded ... ... ......& ..... .
made pwMMI efcOrmM. fcy Mn.Radford .U. & L Teeeor teiens. ...... ad" I ..-.. art aM B3CTRA -
MiMtal meeting Friday night In who will Mm other Hll-vMMif sad wives 01 tlt+ Mr. red ...*. W. a taws were ktvaeaty.yaed ............ I, Charles FtaMfiU, hive been
V. F. W. hilL Mn. r. A Ruff appointive officers before the lartaSaUon eau members see Invited Mr. a4 Ides W. U Mer Mn I ti ... ............. .. with. ...... 'TOTAL looking for my wile Catherine

was aaade senior vice-president; In April BMt OVCMMM and Henry Jr* Rent For Sale-Real Estate PRICE M60 with LOW Ferrcaria, or My. Information of
Pin' Ptilllp Bourn, junior vie>>- Welcomed M new members ...... ail tt Miami, and S. A. MONTHLY PAYMtJHTS' her whereabouts far the fcrur
MM J. .uuu .... e.. ........ .....A......... put
president; a Abbott wr Mr. Rodney Roberts, Mn. Mr. sad Mn. D. P. i"IMe; Jr, MeW al &**? Center la. Mr\ month Lest time I saw her the
treasurer; Mn. Jamea! C. Venn, W a Caves Jr.. and Idles Mn. J. M. Hollarty and ...... said Mn MWat are ..... Cavea1 I WM working" In Margaret Ann
chaplain; Mr*. T. H. Seats. con tint Coppte.. Ch".1 Ella: DcYoung were dinner guests awe and aMN OM, furnished 4-ronII\ apt, rnoK JORDAN (registeredbroker .-ledrom eM Mine 11I\\liege sales and WM living at Trow-
with porte coehere' |4I a mo.' ) hat 8A. mature ._ M near ached CM't babe
I Mm.' Eva Colllna, Uararna dr. tado grove la choice' location wWI *! at $$.sM-n1A ....IS I brldg* bom Any Intarttatkwot J
II ORCHID GROWER AND EXPERT IN COLORED end Federal Hlfhwiy it Model Uvtbta ...... ll.UO-lt.IM per month her whereabouts will to ap-
elated. White to Chattel Fat-
PHOTOGRAPHY TO HE ART CLUB SPEAKERS I Pb, &"03. (mJ4tf) down balance ISO mo. Ph. fiN rents. II Bay) 14 ft.. Brooklyn '.

For Sale LOW MAINTENANCE OB this N Y. II you eve this Catherine "

Daniel Ryenon : I Also on the program li a talk For rent: New I-bedroom fun Irool1furnlabfod bungalow, Iarreenedln beatiUful I-bedroora NATUR pie*** write or com back I mist

and dealer will I'I by Lea R. Sever of Coconut I nlthrd dowse and garage. Vene.tlan porchet, bath, red AL ROCK home GII I lots you Very much. (m2t)

alidaa it the Palm dr. colored photography blinds electric kitchen $M atrpa.\ Full price, I3.SM. J. Sig nicely landscaped with rep.aret.'gersge. hL.
dead Art Club expert, who will talk on the new Due to other business, we are forced to monthly Ph 749-XW, (iHS) fore Palm 1\". II Robert road. $1,000 down and ................... .'"....... oM

11th. home of dr.'I flexlchrome procet offer our new infant shop for sale. Show Florida City (pm7) easy term, I.L. Miscellaneous\ j

Mrs McCletkey. Mr*. ItEkberg A.I _.........."A4..._.....
Cecil McCletky Mn. J. T. B. McElroy ing an excellent income for a small For rent: Bedrooms home com ,
jl'tld, between and' Mn. Maud E. Chandler will touts cooking, phone, hot wit For lala: 40 acre high tine, good VERY SPACIOUS and LTV.
aad Silver Palm be honeta* at the meeting investment. Ideal for lady or couple. Good r, cat stove furnished Adult for-avocados mangos or llmea ABLE horn en 1104. Jalr

low overhead. A. C. Easton W. Diver dr. Ph. Call 44J-J-1 or t13R4W3U( ) ousted front porch, living I Rudy Gotsman Agent
lease
with
REDLAND I7I-M. (mJ4)) room fireplace, dining Farm Bureau lasartM
CLUBWOMEN
TO STUDY
SPANISH, room kitchen I large bed.
II COLLECT CLOTHES A real if'sold For Mle. : 8-bedroom guest house, roomy, bath. Separate S-.argarage. laureate at Cett-Aal Life I
FOR NEEDY CHILDREN opportunity by April 1st. I pbs) 3-ranm apt., plua 2 cabins IUY.. rUfler eaDestH
In
good location BIIdprk.ct
Pleasant room,, good bed private all on 4 lutt. All furnished (Fischer Red Estate: Office>)>

Covenitlonil Spanish clauses open to the public Inquire 29 S. Kromo Bab)'land. entrance, adjoint bathroom Total price $11,000ECIIOR' right at $10,500 Paean lIS.' ar SHE
I will be Inaugurated by member Mn. M. A. Baker presided In with eboeer. H block to 1 rat JORDAN

of the Womanl Club of the Red- the absence of Mr. Arthur A.Kr.nlbtrlJtr. tag placet. IT N. W. First at.m24tf t : Registered Broker Ph. 789-J 30 arm' east glaHe land NOW

I :land, members decided ..tluncheon I president Others ( ) UNDER CULTIVATION Price

meeting Tuesday it the present were Mr*. Seymour Dan, $7JOO. Terms.RXCCI.LENTLY RADIO REPAIR-Oukk .Mrvkt.
i home of Mr. M. E. Wilson of Mrs. D. M. Brannon, Mrs. F. '-cre avocado grove Booth T All work guaranteed. Privetnsaonabla
Avocado dr. The club voted to Ruley Thlenemin, Mn. Frank W. Furnished apt, gas light. water and I, half In Lulua. Price Robert J. Brooks
I meat al 11 o'clock Instead of at Sllllman, Mn. Gaby and the provided telephone available 13,000. J. Signore, Palm awe at located tacre Roberta H, just north et Palm
noon for one-hour classes Children welcome Ph. 131-M. Robert road, Florldt City I-year-old Avocado grove
to be hostess I Drive, Florida City Phone .134W.llomeiteiil .
Dr. R. J. Elliottand
I taught by Mrs. W. E. Cab,. I (pm7)) with I PALM PLANTED HOME.SITE .
i. Club member planned to col ,, A wonderful chance for

I t lect clothing for needy children' AT MISSION H. R CIRCLE PIERCE MEETS HOME: for rent. : Furnished two-bedroom 10 acres on Dauer dr $230! an home and Income at only
of the I'I'I his associate house, 16(1( per mo. on yearly<< $8,500. Clam
I f community, and to have Mr*. & F Matthews and Mr*. eiM. Den). W. Morris (mIOtf) acre 10 acres on F-pmore dr. Co.-OI. for
\ j i speaker from the Mental' C D. Eaker were hoitesae Tuesday $I no an acre. Lot on Redland rd. all purpose Wa da steel gash
I Health Society at a meeting to be to Flnt Methodist W. S. C. near Bauer dr. $300. J. .... Bauer, FOR COMPLETE REAL glazing and gluing of all trueiSOI "
Dr. J. W.
Rehbcin ESTATE SERVICE
Rt 2, Box 431-C Homestead, Fla. let N. Kroma. Phone ITS.
S. Circle: Two at the home of For rent; S-room apt. shower
[ PAST O.E.S. ASSOCIATES Mn. H. R. Pierce Mrs. J. D. Redd in stove. Adults only J. L. (pUt) RICHARD FUCHS .

HONORED BT MRS CREER led the devotional service, after Dullard, lit house W. of Seaboard Registered. Broker PAINTING and DECORATING,

Mr and Mn L. H. Creer were which those present signed ,el. announce the opening of on Avoeido. (m17-tf) Jabs II. Hale sad Fre )tomtitRegistered Intarlor and eiltrior. McLean.
hosts at a buffet Mar. 15 well card to be sent the tick. Iknj. Warren Morris Salesmen Phone 740-R. JpdU|)

10 past officers of supper O. E. The social service report listed their neW'GASTRO.INTESTINAL ......................... 1
S. Die.ti'kt 80 visits Registered Real Estate Droller 111 N. Federal Ilwy.
21 bouquets 42 cardsnd
:2> with whom Mn Creer IS tra)'.. For Sale-Miscellaneous\ Phone 315 P.O. Bon {83 Expert: witch and jewelry repair

served In 1(48 a* worthy matronof The group was invited to meet .......... ......... ..... Member of Chamber Ins All work guaranteed. Nell1,
I NaranJa Chapter. Gladioli al the home of Mr* Virgil Lyon CLINICat 10 acrea (lade land at Inter of Comment 11 8. Kroma. Phone 111. ((014.01)
and rose were used for decoration section of oiled rd. and gravel
on Apr. I when Mr*. J. F. Foster "aeier Irrigation pump with
of the Creer home
a on Na- rd., $1,000.
ind Mon J. A. McNeill will be
about :ISO! ft. of 4-Inch dip
ranja rd. W* buy, tell and trade Prevent were Dr and. Mr. hostesses their offices joint pipe 1225. M. L. 10 acre glade land fronting on "15 total cash cal will put plitoli ot all klndl Nell'l 18 ..
Thomas Evens Mr. Rl t, Box 108 Miami ( ) you Into a nice p. yips small Kroma. Phone
and Mn. 111. (cM-tf
Dinner of oiled rd., .000. )
guests Sunday Nancy 33 S. Krome Ate PeI.non'l
John "" .nklln. Mr. and Mr*. Carl Brown daughter of Mr and Mn, business See ua about this
Belle Mn. Till!. Monroe, Mr* 131 ft. Krama Ave, Ph. Ill
John M. Brown, were Patricia Phone 81 1 For sale Moving Must
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Fern Kohler, Mr. R Myers, Mr. Richardson Redland S acres, preferred location HARDEN Hiullnf, landscaping,
of Miami, Jan Mc. niirtment electric stove, rice 1:
topsoil, toil sand, rock
potting ,
Fred Suber and J. H. Ethcrldge. bearing avora<*o. liirae,
Clung of Homestead and Sylvia Irir'rtfrl.erator. Doth $I95. 1"h.1 '
frame modern firm house, rill Ph. 14S-R. Write Rt. S, Baa
MRS. GREErs BIRTHDAY Edwards of Princeton i 196 or 533W. (mJ4))I 10 ACRES, half firmablo glow, 7000. Terms 14-A, llumesteid.Dr. .

I MARKED WITH PARTY half scarified plnrlund Good I
l .. location. Total" price $2300, terms
You will this U GOOD
ATTIC FANS Complete Instillation. agree .
The birthday anniversary of SEE ECIIOE JORDAN I
: Mn. J. R. Greer wn marked with HAPPENS EVERY DAY .Free aatlmite. Ph. JSS-W-1, Registered Broker I'h. 768-J Choice 8 acre corner near U. :Leonard; W.:llasktn
I a family party. given Sunday at By PLOTNER Homestead. (pm24)) S. t, bearing fruit, 3-betlroom eM, ,.etM ta Km ti.-hmliMGLASSES. ,
the home of her 2 bath, turn. CDS; -bed room l ".... ad ......... eI
son In-law
end No t IA rAt". I-BEDROOM CBS! home. good\ to. and bath furn CDS cott Rt-i
daughter Mr. and Mn.'Chas. W. >7Jswtff,9ov, t.ANfcs( i Guc%% MY 4 ewAjScNOOt .

Turner Qreer'i, three Jr.: Host were Mr* IlL WALK To AoP I PRO.rust aoNY.io > Mb 9t CRIDGUU NGVIN6 AA For hen sole, 13: All months my Rhoda old. 31c blond ll>, cation kitchen, ,big icreeiied closets,porch.knotty IVlceW4M pine mont hunts-and all .12.500.10% Income and Invert-terms. Ill N. 1C. 1st Rt, Mia'". "" l
daughter .
Mr WIfN MII>iU &R / R..i v Air danb.drnoNR
ANyMOR $1000 down balance $501
Turner CAIZ youR VAMI1 Ilvo weight No dretilng Ceo
Mn. Bill Jone and Mlsi .1 .
Eleanor: Frosrhcr : I.S52.
Martha Jane Greer and her son, Ma6AN6WIJIIAM yuwuf : low, E. Avocado dr. (pm24)) month.Registered. .. .' .. .,, ................. I i'
I Raymond Greer, / w. Q; .7 Broiler: IP'i.! olQmW.1..I'h..oll.! '.. "u n, r.PAAUogt I v a, : ;.

Birthday cika and lea cream ,uAViltjf RI S.
247 Hailer Ave
were served to the 20 present ( 3 Vf for sale: S-bumar Florence oil GROVE MOWING Carl EndUch: t f ",
range, built-in oven RalOn. Bernardlne Marts, Rudy !'Delegates of the Woman's Club abl.. 173 S. W. hi lit (pm25)) man Jim Fraser saesmes. etrhworth place, Kings hwy.)
of Homestead it the annual meet Phone 127-X-W. .U.ltl| t
Ph MS-J 632-J.
pQIVIN6 ti111 A ,
Ing\ of the Dade County Federation f
Wednesday In the Miami GUARANISt15a 20 hives of beet In good condition. III I I.n..nn 1

Woman' Club building Mn. Enough additional equipment WE DO reliable watch repilnrg" 1
Edw. L. Krone, Mrs A.were F Arthur,
Mn. E. W. Burton, Mrs Robert tanks extractor, etc. More than ) cad.. (aMtf) ...
Jaentch and Mn R. W. Heblf. coal of beet can be realized from .. .. _...... ............ ....1 ll'
spring Kay honey now Price
< W* buy old gold. Teeth old ring*
Exhibit Wins : I BIRO I $250. Ph. S04-J. (I3)BEAUTIFUL ) Lost t: chlld'i pet, 0-mo old female witches etc. Nell's, 1 11 S. Kromax /+ -

cream and black German Phone 111. (014-U)
.Notice /
It Flower Show Qa i$10fJ1 i ORCtnm avitlibl J Shepherd) dog, wearing silver a

'fAn : : chain. Answer to noose! of"Docheot"
exhibit of rare tropical it all Urn**. Homestead Floral mac_ Reward. Ph. ISO-Wo SEE ALEX LANIER for well ft
plant grown it Redland Fruit and Gift Shoppa 121: N.W. 4th it., tt: drilling Corner Xrom eve
end Spice Park won much favorable : 1949 Hudson 6 Sedan and Gift Shoppe, 333 N. W. :2nd 872-J. (m24lf) end NE. lOlh it Phone 1211-". r
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comment at the Metropolitan r
Miami Flower Show held lest .. ,7

week-end In Dinner Key ludl- 19.19 Mercury\ Club Coupe CONCRETE: BLOCKS ill HIM.Bruca'i \ n. .. ... ......... ....
torlum. Block Co., Narinja, FI. q\ Benson Electric Has "K. J
Wanted
Also of Interest. wi the ivo Phone S73. IIOTPOINT
eido and tropical fruit display of I 1948 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan A level-basket at gift ivaltifut ................ .....................,. JH
el aoe4wttt APPLIANCES
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Subtropical Experiment Station. From ,,,bile npUlio4) local --
1947 Chevrolet Club Coupe ((2 of them) eGn snenlwnia U '0\1""bays just a*" rriafeUn.Pk.44t Wanted to buy-Sevenf;JftaJdentlal a
Dr. R. J. Elliott Installs tome ensit4. Jill' nwvo. t* building lots also >OM b
5 5lIerman she. city, are a saw Mother, commercial Give 1 locatlott lad
New Health Apparatus 1917 Oldsmobile Club SedanWe Ph. 509-W plays mov.4 wiUiin the city. beat each price. P. O. Qax,8M: ltlomcttead.

;'fir. R. J. Elliott local chiropractor er There Oust become nothing Sweet la l01I UUwn.,. 110 . (,pml_) /

this weak Installed an Marks sest or sbI ee* oe. Art55C. to e
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still have a few good used Trucks hand. Comein
Irwin Intestinal 1 lavage machine on naive Shea filu. Call your Try Ui When You NeedA d
Welcome Wagon llot.as wnet* W..led1.ad: between triad
sod with a staff of trained I t
cialist"' In attendance U holding speI and look them over .*... I* listed below. Haircut or SS to kaln for technidan'i *d

aclinc; for patient needing the I Share position in doctor's office. Herences. /. .
treatment I Benson Electric his Welcome, Wagon Dr. R. J. Elliott/ ::(t.zt) ..
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>-In my Investigation" laid I Bird Chevrolet Co. Philco Appliances MW YOU HiJIJJJJk, : 10*H'H** Haireat __ TefShiva . ..
Dr. Elliott "I have found this __ Ba >>.
new method for ridding the HELP WANTED-Part-tlm t7>- d
system rrlaeelM, Ph. 441 Mrs. Geraldine
of Intestinal poisons quicker 107 N. Krome CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone 93iBreezeway fk. gM-J Champney Homestead. 8hu1,.. (Mediated) __ l.N 1.1. must furnish own. .Iran** a,

add more efficient than any other Facial rack - ._ taMaaug portatlon. Ph. 147-W pmty'! '

method heretofore used. (alaJsi, ) $MCambluUaa _.-
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,1 DOLL NURSERIES Facial ?_*_ 7JTenta Wmted-fcrlvlng Job cW er tf

_- Sit track. tlijah Badger tit. 1l..W. )Ie
Seminole TheatreTWO
ive-In U. & I at NaranJa-East of Wishing Well Mwlacba Trim __ tee It th rt .Jm2l) Mr
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Phone 574-X-J Sbaraaaa (Flats' ) _____ (heBUSH'S
SHOWS DAILY T and I P. M. Phone N. 1T1 t la

I SATURDAY.. SUNDAY eontlnams* t till 1LAdnttetoai Position desired by college IJ"*}. >r
AdalU Night, 4eel Matinee (till I P- M.). S'". u
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AdmiaYa J.lta etc (tee Iselsded) Hat,, editorial and typing *
t Children man .... Set, ten U twelve, lie. (Tax IDe'.tLast
e....... Vader III Admitted Free perlence, 5-day week pryforred.Mrs ,

Times Today: "The Great Dan Patch" R. T. Bird General Delivery >
IATVRDAY. Mar. SS 1 Giffin Industries Inc. BarberShop Homestead. (Bran) f.*.

RICHARD DENNING. FRANCES RAFFERTY In SATURDAY Mar. tS-Drable Featnre Program .. II
"LADY AT MIDNIGHT GENE AUTRY. GLORIA HENRY, MARY BETH HUGHES InRIDERS Oars cur DaD
I IN THE SKY" 4
Plus EDDIE DEAN, ROSCOE ATE In Roofing of All KindsPonredinPlace Benson Serricts
And WARNER BAXTER. FAY BAKER la Electric

I "SHADOW VALLEY"8UNDAT "TIlE GENTLEMAN FROM NOWHERE' Gypsum Decks s
Radios & Refrigerators j

sad MONDAY. Mar. M-ST SUNDAY and MONDAY. Mar. -17 Cement Tile Manufacturing

GEORGE: RAFT ELLA RAINES in MAUREEN O'HARA, PAUL CHRISTIAN, JOHN SUTTON In"IJAGDAD" .WANT ADS PAV Prtoaet. .... UI

"DANGEROUS PROFESSION"Plu Solar Water Heaters !M'

WALT DISNEY'S (Color by Technicolor) ,-
"SALUDOS AMIGOS" Added: "Del ConrtatT", t'nlvenal Sheri: Cartons Pallia Kewi.TUESDAY . Sheet Metal Work Ie

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ate WEDNESDAY Mar. SI-S Insulation
TUESDAY aid WEDNESDAY. Mar. U-St lit
'JUNE HAVER. RAY BOLGER GORDON MaeRA11a
I I PAUL HENRCIO. JOAN BENNETT In "LOOK FOR TilE SILVER LINING"Color Acoustical Materials a- ,I' .- dEB tt'
THE SCAR"
( by Technicolor) E
Plus GENE RAYMOND STEPHANIE PAULL In Added 'Pert That Cam; to Planer" CarUws. Air Conditioning b

i "MILLION DOLLAR WEEKEND" rnrasDAY aid FRIDAY Mar. 1-- Fan Ventilation ItUt

RANDOLPH SCOTT. BILL WILLIAMS JANE NIGH In .
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THURSDAY aid ITlfDAY, Mar. $1 $1
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DENNIS MORGAN DORIS DAY'In "FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS"Color .. Free EaUnale: ill 2i4fourAmbulanceServcoT jilt. I *
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I "ITS A GREAT FEELING" Added: Mardi ef 'I'..... Paraaaaenii Mew <4* 272 Aragon Ave, Coral Gable{ -; "

I i Plus ADRIAN BOOTH LLOYD BRIDGES la ...... I wwKOMeiN.
Osanlnw Seaway *4 ,. Apr. S-l "ONCE lion MT Phones ""
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I SUIT AT SHARP'S -- 11B but It had Hull,>rf away when : "It lint t like ion I I.,, po III'
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TIDES I Jim Sharp Clothiers this wed

I I' introducing something new inmm's
A.. .11Io,.... A.Mk1.M, G1IrN I suite to u.meat.d-p.lm FoodFried
Mar. MUM: : 840: BIT: I 1I1'll'h suite with, nylon, woven hy
Mar.IUIOI: 12:21 III: 1.11 I .oodall-Sanfortf, Inc
Mar U. I:OS 1:10: 7:21 131: I "A patented fibre-lock method" Chicken a Specialty

i Mart. 207: 122: '.12 ':I7 nays' Jim Sharp, "spins reiillentliuir e Hot Biscuits with All Meals\
1 Mar. 2I. >:0* 127: IU: B49: '
: ", .* a core inside smooth Home Made\ Pies
Mar. W_ tIO: 4:27 10:20 ID:48: 'tuvun and nylon--lee just the
Mar.M 601: *:22 1122: 1141: balance tte close at I r M. Suadaya
1i fr 1, i fight --creating a remark
Mar II 100: (29: 1208IIORIDA : I able fabric that
bring new comfort
tl / UYIIW and .amsrtnesi to summer SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANTS.
Cape, Mq. . MM), I ..ull&"Add
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t-:: .=: Kn Kf Ur Mrs**. ,AM KM :1Ae::: ::: masons of smart"r ., cool sum '
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',...cud an, rlwh.IlL. .., .ae'I. moo in three style groups, and lie Fork. ehee au i with. avery.lamar MlnUluro spiced crab.ppresplc I I
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W issues p.n of FIorWa sac ua I there are new pitterni and dark .... betwsesi skunks ft pineapple are ISo atlncihe accompaniment. Lawn
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Trout fishing seers to be getting I Sharp aaldil50 I I making It difficult for company I Archer Smith Hospital and the I
better each wetk Parnei repreienUtlvei to keep abreast I hospital auxiliary Available to SprinklersPlastic
Sound li producing good catches FAMILIES of requests, Golden Myl Applicant | Individuals and family groups,! 1
on plufl and live ihrlmp The I' are asked to set a date and : the plan pays for medlnl: treatment
largest catch ao far wu 7} trout I place of appointment, he laid, surgery, hobpllullzotion I and .
on plugi by two peen.pan : SIGNED(} UP FOR 'and they can be assured that I ineidentala. The customury six- ;
Neeley and Joseph M, each Inquiry will be handled be i month waiting period I bus .boon
Scarborough caught eight snapper fore the Mar. II. deadline for en*j waived here at this time to permit 'I :- ..
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and seven blue fish at Cutter rollment. Immediate benefits, 7 t -
hank.CeNr'a. Not only doei the Insurance
Creek' and Angelfish Cheryl Ann CTiUhotm, I, who hu hid cerebral pals' alnre birth, hundred fifty famllicnrcprwcntlng against health emergenclei pro- Although ai big and as strong USE OUR ABC BUDGET Garden Hose

Creek have been good at night wife presents ef the the Vice Aral.President sheet of 190 The Easter llI&e t aster teals: U Kcal Mr campaign, Alben Barklry., which, from 825 to 000 persona vide t direct benefit for the in-: I' the poll($mun who hAd arrested PAYMENT PLAN
for snapper on cut mullet Earn- rene from March I to April t. la sponnorrd In this stste by the .have enrolled In the com- cured, but it Caw prove. an Indirect ' him, the man with theclowcropped
ert Neal caught 12 one night this National Society. for (rippled I Children and Adults Uuroucb It*sLate munity health Insurance plan benefit to local businesses hair and brutal .
local afflllatcd IInlta.I families to continueto face allowed himself) to be a.autlful oof 1 1 Colorful roof at
week and several Miami parties _locletr and___ now being offered here by Mutual by enabling I
(live reported good catches there m -- -- ---- Ilcncfit Health and Accident meet their obligation despite murchcd towards the police station Weatherproof, fire resisting I ,

Mr and Mrs.. Herbert Turner Quite a IHxUnre\ 1 The reply was: AxHocliitlon of Omaha, reports J.' illnesses, Golden points I out. wind.proof, long wearing and GalvanizedPipe I
fished the back country with liveShrimp I A motorist stopped hit Car on "Its 24,BUS! Bally. the way Lynn Golden, Jr., agency supervisor The local plan li Indorsed by There !had been the usual economical. If shot Is the roof
and caught 44 mapper a country road and speed. a native you're headed l, but If you turn \ ..1four\ Homeitcad physicians, crowd In anticipation of a strop) you need, call wi Satlifacilon
and a trout how far It was to MIII.ralown, around it.alnt but tour."-Ex. The volumno to builneai. It the superintendent of .James
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