Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 31, 1950
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00706
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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"'. The Redland District's Reliable NEWSpaper Since 1912 a ,' z

39th Year No. 13 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1950 J Pei k


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. Pepper-Sponsored BiI| FLORIDA CITY 9 For p. m.Voters Saturday to Deadline Register CHANDLER TO Gco.mathcri Homestead to SpeakIn Apr. 15 AUCTION-FISH FRY NETS $$1,000 .:::;

Rep George Smathen
Nine o'clock Saturday right tithe

deadline for registering to SEEK DATA IN tome II to to llemeatead hit around Apr.for FOR RED LANDS AREA WELFAREAFTERPEPTAIKBYCRONKHEIT
TO GET 3 NEW\ tote in the May S primary for and the Crated speak States on assists candidacy It was .
for filing application homestead

I Would Put Government tax offices exemption.are In Registration the court: house and Smathert announced>for-yesterday senator headquar-by the

FIRE WELLS in Miami MEXICO TRIP len here.' appearance The exact here date will olSmatheri ,

,Thoae who must register .
I art .
be announced In next week'a pa

persons registered who, those have who not previously TiaVe not' aolutlon to tin perSome (0 llomentead women John G Post ,I Produce buyers who alt week
Over Medicine in U. S. For more adequate tire protection registered since Feb. lt U., or An llOt Sallcy
t. were among the 1400 who attended had not than M for
Mexican competition: problem paid more acute
'In norldaCII", the council those whoihava moved lab new I I and, coffee Hold Election: Apr. 3:I
"wom.n''r.U :
of "
Industry tomatoes, 14 the price
Tuesda/ 'night authorised the precincts sine: their last registration faced by Hi* domestic tomato
] digging .01.three additional. wells. \ It being sought by LirtheiU I Dayfropt for' 1 Smafhen Park' auditorium Wednesday) Thirteen In' New officers( of John Q Kalley upi $250 for A single mate three
Chandler and Dixon Pearci J Pool of lice American Legion will separate times at the auction con-
I and the pumping out f( aU ex- tar* made up the (local rm>
It wed Individuals adopt a FIREMEN FIGHT Men! wHIs The 'new I well" arc who flew. Tuesday to Mexico: I \torcad; {. be elected Monday night, ant duiled by State Auctioneer Philip
{ voluntary plan of Insurance for too, be located, enrrjgUti! .... and DONOVAN CUP I Chandler It chairman of the .' 'I t I Inounrei Commander Leroy rjtArtiahue Cronkhelt Thursday, night of last
msdlcal aurgical and hospital In the new negro subdivisions, ?Florida Fruit and Vegetable: I I A program of entertainment week to start a Redland District
1 care, the evils of socialized med. 5 SIMULTANEOUSBLAZES Free'i: addition ehd. ,G n"'lId.. TO' BE GIVEN AT Awatlatkm end Pearce I heady thaaMorlatiiHi't TOMATOES.1 BRING will he given after the Chamber, of Commerce welfare. '
dition. I I fund. A total of p,271,0wag 4 i
l Iclne, such ai England has, will tomato division business meeting, I
grossed from the .
A petition aakfnB that! tin auction, and
I bo avoided In this country, J. MONDAYHigh hours of salt 'ul liquor\ becur CAGE BANQUET I I HugHbon of .'lorl 1 farmers $$.3Q FOR BESTAT ( In addition to Donahue, tin after expensei of |19< for fish "
:' Lynn Golden, Jr, of Miami told tailed and beariht 101 sljoa- fur innr than 20 years, competltion present. officers. are: 0.0. M, for the. tiili fry and other lnel I
\ James Archer Smith Hospital winds, dry weather and turn was presented by the Rev .i from Mexico and Cuba" 'la on. MARKETPrlcei Mcliugh, 'vice-commander; dentals connected with this and,
i, Auxiliary' at a meeting held in carelessness combined this week Martin R, DaVlf. pastor bf Fktr- The sixth. annual presentation I .the..Id."Thl rampage, ,Mill season year,, I Mexican hanflei FARM (1 I Richard Schmunk: second vice- the .dance that followed,' approximately .
4 the city hall frldoy night Ida City and Redland community of tbe Donovan Memorial Trophy commander; Joel J, Robinson, 11,000 wu netted far the
'"The question |Ip more Important to keep county: fire fighters.: 'on churches. will be made at the banquet to acreage was hopped up soared to a high of: third vice-commander, Wm. J. fund

1 to our children than It is to the run, said County Fire. Chief After prolonged discussion{ the be ftlvelt the Homestead draw I 88,000 considerably and Cuban Increased plantings I... 0 Wednesday at' rlorlda City: Oeronlmo, finance oUnr: and :This fund, the 'board of director
us, for our.children would have L. 11 Orctr In reporting that the I council: approved an ordinance ers basketball team by Richard were Wm, Maguire, truitec stipulated by vote at I meet
,. to carry the tax load," laid firemen fought five biases simultaneously l. amending t the hours of salo of Intoxicants U Donovan Monday evening In Mexican competition hat- the I State rumen' Market which told I big Tuesday, will be kept sepaiate -'
Golden, executive of an In.urance Bamboo Tavern Vole of theplayers advantages of lower production 12,600 bushels of tomatoes for a and apart from other cham-
agency whose hoiplul- Monday afternoon I Sunday lei were. bannedfor will determine the recipient I cost. inlercontlnentsl' shipping iron til IIH.SOO during the five- YOUTII DANCES bar of commerce funds and will
lotion and medical plan was Tho Naranja rd. unit was of the given each ratei and almost negligible Scot
t package stores and limited to trophy year day period which: closed Wednei- / not be used for any' purpose other
i launched her recently under-thc called out to help Perrlne and I from 1 p. m'to t p m for beer to the player showing the mOlt danger Production roots are from I I for the I than welfare
auspices of the auxiliary, Palmetto rd unite battle a 300- and wine dinpencers Dally tales Improvement. Judgment li made : $40 to f60 MO acre there ai contrasted day nicht Average hire TO HE SPONSORED The first of the $250 crates oftomatoes
to $350 to $500 In Florida?! pl'rlod'.. IIMHie 1 1I I
He then displayed copies! of : timber hours were unchanged a. m on the banes of loyalty, ability was bid In by Wadd
fire U.S.
several bllU for socialized I acre on to 10 for package stores, and and achievement I The InterconlinenUil shipping I I market sire may be attributed Hatcher and Red Johnson the
cine that are now under medl.1: Kllllan dr Several houses were I 6 a. m p. m to II p. m. for beer and Given annually In memory'' ol 'rates for \long haute are roughly i to the pre-taiter demand BY LOCAL C OF CA 1 second by. the S. r Abood Brokerage
\ eration In Congress and outlined endangered and a 10-acre wine dispensers Ensign Richard If Donovan, Jr, 'half those! paid by the domestic I IIndualr , says Marketmader C, S: Co, and the third by J'm
I briefly their content go grove and a 10-acre lime grove Everett Severy. Miami public naval pilot killed In the war, the ,. for example" tom.inI"l'I I !Phillip. All the buyers were try. series of dunces for youthof Cernlglla, one of the owners of
"The one most completely: were partially burned accountant "'awarded the bid trophy was awarded lINt season ran be shipped| i from Mexico to Ing to get tomatoes to market torI the Redland District will be the Tom-a-Toe Co.
clallied he said "Is Senate The Perrlne, Naranja rd. and for auditing the town books for to Kenneth Craves, Previous IVwton at about the same tout the holiday trade' The prices sponsored by the Rrdland District' 4 A' three-dar-old bull calf, de-
No. I of which Sen. Claude Rose rd units combined to battlea the period from July I, 11141 to winner were Rocky Slnrnre, that they can bo shipped from I more than doubled those of the Chamber of Commerce, the boardof netted by Will'* Hammock producer *
per of Florida li a apnnsor" This 20-acre pine woods blare on Mar, 14, 1 50. John DelU. Bob Morgan and Hilly Could to Bnktim" Mexico hat a like period last week for which directors decided at a meeting for Alpine Drove Dairy, ..'
bill would put under government Coconut Palm dr half-way between i A recommendation: by Councilman Simmons record if one freer within the high price" was |4: held Tuesday noon in Slim and was bid In at ISO by Frank Oil.
control: all doctors, dentists, nurses Newton and Naranja roads,I Harry Cuchlalla that s. flat County Commissioner Jem H lint 40 year. A IlMerlolume (U expected Atny'i Restaurant bert, a buyer from Little Rock,
i hoppltali and all auxiliary I : will be speaker "To offset" Uie Median advantages Dent week ai the teattm wane, and to'd :
and also fought three small firesIn water rate be adopted war not Yarborough guest farmer Uprotected : The damn/ will Le given' once who paid his money
the domenlic
services such the making of Commissioner I Phillip uyi,' \
as Goulds. taken under consideration ai and County Auctioneer Cronkhelt to "sell him
by I larlll nf one and i .,..... .. i month In \lice' chamber of commerce
supplies. A 16Kiicre timber lire on .Rod- I Town Attorney f- P. Roberts explained Preston\ B. Bird will be master one-half cents a pound. Imposed building, 'in' dales< to be again.' Tits tht witty cajoling:
"As England hss now, we land rd. and Palm ive. \Was I that the xlstnt natal of ceremonies I announced later Two memherl auctioneerauthor of the plan to
would have the staggering tax Guests will Include Principal on the Mexican Imports"Chandler 12 DIE HURT C of C did and Moe
under the ,
brought control Tuesday I were Incorporated to the agreement and Pearce. will confer ! 14 ; of the board of director* and I two help
load this program calls for but by the Rose rd station. The fire with the bonding company F. B Blackburn Coach Paul {* of the Wed 'jI'f'IIfIiIIUVI'I< ol i Ihe membership !Siherer t took delivery rf the calf
no real efficiency Everything appeared to have been act deliberately -t I when the water system was financed Worley and K R, Wenkstern ol with otrirlali at (large will be requested at 1100
would be tied ,up In red tape. In places, Chief Creertld : the H. H. S. faculty, and Lice Cast of Mexico Vegetable Assetiauon -' JNJJUEST.I SLATEP Ions wW be aabasak +'
4JTi 1 or>> Instance, Jt takes ihe 'I Councilman'' Jpnn Barker WM following 39 GrowerA: uad I, '.?.>) c V'h.{ ti njUl'p'* I NubepYartt representation-l..tI'' away prleM at other Umes', hot
: > through J Nets addition I t.
J"-'government., on' aff'vCrage7, IOj r Greer; urges Ihat the Wrfcost j appointed to the lire department Capf. Jack Pope, Bob Jtoprr, \United Slatei 1III 1 IN 'TRUCK CRASH the. cUurclmi of the area it t the C of C auction two 90-
r days to get around to pay''' caution be used in setting my advisory board to replace former Rocky Sincere, Kenneth Craves, Arlx of produrContinued A general membership meetingwill pound sacks of potatoes.-one .
Insurance when an ex-service j I kind of fire which can be I Councilman Arthur Troxell Bill Home, Carl Norwood, Jim- A complete survey tour be hell''' Monday, April 10. donated by American Fruit
man dies Three out,of four private whipped out of control: by the j I :The meeting lasted. until 1 I, mr Watson, Jerry Cox Rob ( on Page ) Aa anon at the Injured victim The directors discussed having It Growers and the other by A. W
companies pay Insurance I prevailing high.: winds. j .. m, Schowslter, Joe Kerley and Jimmy I are able to testify, Peace Justice take the form of a breakfast club lfull-hlnaon-brouaht a total of
within IS days after the Insured Booker! B Squad, Bruce Rn- : Vernon W Turner will hold an t0. One bag was bought by
I person's death" nil. Fred Suber, Jack Polk, John ELKS. TO INSTALL Inquest Into a truck accident near meeting The direiUiis will continue to George Bames, Homestead pro
Mr Golden enrolled as a member Second Annual Banquet for R. .II. Foulk. Dan Beard, Sam Sincere, Princeton! Tuesday in which two hold I lumleon. meetings eailiweek dug buyer, for 140 and then. sold
I of the hoepital'euxlliary.John S.I Derrltt lloldrum. Carl Smith n'lroelwere\ killed and M others' Hjiiilit to IrvIn Barnett, mother
i H. Hale was elected secretary Athletes Is Scheduled for June 1 1The Allen Leff Keith Esker, Olin D. K. MINOR AS were hurt ITuesdey.I the April next 3. to take .lime I kcal buyer, fix $25 The other .,

to fill a vacancy caused Wright. Dan WoUenbargcr! Robby I Leon Heed and yea Lawrence .-| -- bag was bid In by Mot Cohen at
bv the resignation of Tom Collins Shiver and Bill Muuclwhlte; EXALTED RUI.ER of Homestead were killed when $13
Mrs Ida Tlbbltts, first vice- second annual banquet for award for the most Improved managers, George Sprinkle John the truck overturned an Dilver Three I Leap to Safety A pair elf Seabrighl bunts
president, was presiding officer! tars In athletics and other lettermen player and the Paul Osklerko, Jr. Baker, Joo Barger and Kenny Walter Young attempted to avoid: AH Train Wrecks Truck chickens, doiuiUd to the sale by
as President Victor S Cook had of Redland High School will memorial trophy lor the best Sanders. To be Installed Apr 6 aa new colliding with another truck In President Richard Fuchs of Uio
> 'been called out of town C bo held June I In the school I ..1I.roundII.yet'' \ Last )year'l winners olfireti, of the Homestead Elks critical condition In Dado County Tluee men j Jumped' to safety chamber of commerce, was bid in
!. I Dr. and Mrs: James Archer cafetorlum At that time presentation of the. .three; kophied'wereJames Lodge! Ire: U K Minor, exalted Honpltal art. Roosevelt Swain' 01( Mar 2J when their truck sis I led for $40 by HI GrippeX resold to
) Smith were voted honorary will be made of the school I Mickey Ja.mes Hooker EDWARD\ \WEISS ruler; Ceo II. Gann, esteemed Florida City and Fxtdie Robinson/ on the F.F. C railroad track and Dan McCauley for $26 and resold
r memberships In the auxiliary letters and of the trophies given and Dale SprankleNesfwy leading knight: Dr. R. J. rlllott: of Homestead. Others still hoa- was demollilied by an oncoming again to Rogers Groves for
J Announcement was made of (ant year by Worland Groves and Is general chairman of esteemed loyal Knight; John E. pita hred there are John Stark, train $ -bringing a total of $70 for
the following chairmanship appointments Farms, Bryant and Lounkbury arrangements and Bob Lana, cochairman NEW\ COMMANDEROF Reed, esteemed lecturing knight, Robert Smith and W D. Bryant Roy Meson of Princeton/ was the welfare. fund.
'4 i : membership, F G and Paul Obkleiko. r ,Ronald .Brooker and, Leroy F Donahue, mxreUry; T. all of Homestead '. driving the truck which balked Two goats, donated by Dolores
SUM, finance, Tom Collins, auditing The names of the winners will Vic Cook have charge of F. Kirby. treasurer; and Sam The negroes were being transported on the track, after he and two Fnnls, Radland High School student
Stanley H Crouch; publicIty be Inscribed on the trophies finance and tickets; Sprinkle V. F. W.\ POST Cohen, tilerRetiring by a Miami conslruitlottj negro helpers hud delivered' a and office aaaiitunt at the
'j Mrs. Den Archer; and linen which' are held by the school I and Dixon, speaker and enter1atlnment officers are Claude firm by which they were employed load nf produce to a parking( C of C. Information booth In
room, Mrs Frank West Judges!: John P. Neafsey, Goo ; Miss Alice Warren, Edw Weiss was elected commander A. CsmpMI, exalted ruler; D I hiuse\ All ewajied.. Injury I Homeitead, brought $65 for lira
Mrs. Rachel Wells, superintendent H Cooper, Coach LeRoy Sprankle Mrs, Rice, Mrs Sprinkle, Mrs of Arrant-Smith Pout V. K. Minor. esteemed lending fund The satiny went to teorgnBarnel
of the hospital, reported Assistant Coach Henry Dixon I Dixon, Mrs John Brown and F. W. at the post's annual election knight: Wm. A, llenn, esteemed Part of Cast of fur $40 and the billy to
i that cribs for the proposed chili and Principal W E. Rice will Mrs, Thos B Royal, banquet, and Monday night loyal knight; Stanley Wittknn, Pupils to Be 10,000 Irvin Bui net! for $2}.
i dren's ward chief project of the determine the winners of the Wm. Biathoff, publicity John E. Davis was made seniorvicecommander esteemed lecturing knight; R. W In "Florida Under 5 Flags""Hurlda Arthur Krmubciger' brat
t auxiliary have arrived and are Worland trophy for sportsmanship Three' hundred twenty-five : ; J. D Abbott, Burton secretary; T. F Kirby, Pageant, farmer, donated four crates of
now stored In the hospital halls the Dryant and Lounsbury tlcketa' will be printed for the Junior vice-commander: : : Joel J treasurer; unit W. y. Push, tiler tomatoes' to tin C. of C welfare
J because the health department banquet to which: admission will Robinson, quartermaster, Wm fund auction, and then donated
t. will not approve the proposed I'UOCLAMATION[ i be by ticket only Wainwright chaplain: and Goo C. II. Carson of Kill! Homestead and Redland schools Kt limits Under FiveFlags" again by bidding In one bIll at
of Inside will take the school ,. will\ use music drama it had been knocked
changing an storage Skill, surgeon Retiring com- To Speak at Lion Club part in *y $} after
room Into i ward Whereas, the conservation: of 'L. Muir of Halnlin Dr. mender, E B. McGarrah, became tern': pageant "'Florida Schools and dancing: to unfold the story down to Bill Johnaon at "0. One
J Though badly needed, a chil- sight Is a social, industrial and I, in Local HospitalLouis trustee for a three-year term. Crawford It. Carson, apeclal) Under Five Flags", to be given of education from the early Indiana crate of tomatoes was sold three
dreni ward can not be put In patriotic responsibility of every Dies Officers. will be installed Apr went In charge of the Malm) Friday, Apr. 14, In the Orange down to Dude Counl,'. times for $10 each time The buyer
till a hospital wing Is added," Citizen; andWhereas Van Arsdale Muir of 10. office of the FBI, will bring an Bowl Ten thousand Dade County modern schools (4 today, acclaimed were bliaw of IloirteiiteiKl. } O
she said, "The hospital has been the Florida Councilfor Halnlin dr. died Wednesday In important message to tIe Redland school children will present the among the finest In the V. Barger, owner of. (dl.w11dP.lklll'
01 turning patients away this winter the Blind end the State Department THE WEATHER District Lions Club at the meeting history Of Florid education as a world. : Co, and D. R. Sullivan
for lack of apace We are expecting of Education are cooperating James :Archer Hospital where he Tuesday night/ report !. II. feature of the Florida Education The history will town upon Florida City farmer and newly
enlargement plans to be to focus public attention had been a. patient tor six .days 'wives....t aispe.on. r_otIt. esb"wboowI. n..44sesta JallHherSpeaker. Association convention which I lei the Spanish and trench invo- elected marshal. .
discussed by the hospital board on the Importance of;sight Cremation arrangements an being Nat 1 .".1 I Ie. lash at this week "meeting to be held Apr .11 toll In Miami. lions and Influences, pioneer education Mrs Eleanor FroscW Home
* The auxiliary voted to sponsor conservation! ; made by ,Tumer Funeral Mar. SI: .._.. 84 60 3002 was Commander II. J. Burgreenif From 259 to 100 pupil from of the homesteaders and stead realtor, bid in a crate of
open house at the hospital on Now, therefore, I, S. E. Livingston Home. Mar S4 12... 3008 the Miami Salvation Army, the Homestead and Redland the circuit riders World War,, I. tomatoes for $1J and let It be
May 14tyintcr, mayor of the city ofHomestead Born 61 yean ago In Morris Mar {} . II 4} 30.UT for the lad. .' night program schools-' will take part In the the "boom and the bust" and resold for $12.SO to Roger Grove
Homestead, Flordia, town, N. J Mr. Muir was an Mar. M, __. II 49 2BM Mr.. Ben Shiner prevented .c- sport parade and the mass conditioning World War II that authoJred: It* resale for
I Crop Pictures proclaim the period from March x-ray technician.He .. Mats 27 .. IT 66 29.02 ordlon solos and Stanley Wltlkop and other exercise The spectacle Is free to the $1250 to Carl Kester, Florida
: Blade for U.S.D.A. Use 28 through April I, 1850, as la survived by : a brother, Mar. 26..x. IT 72: 2902 sang to piano accompaniment The school !bands and majorettesalso public City farmer AmMher crate et
SIGHT CONSERVATION WEEK :James Muir, of Morristown Mar 29. __. _93 72 3002taste. played by Mra. Wittkop will participate On the directing committee tomatoes Wu bid In by Irwin
.I Pictures of harvesting and In Florida, and call upon all citizens ; -. - ire T. J. Bleler, county: superin Hay for $20Donations .
visor of health and irfiyilml education by non-bidder wets
packing house operations were and orgsniratlons, public,
made here last week by Dr. private and civic, to devote par.tlcular AI' Wright, Miami High put Into slotted contribution boxe
Chas. W. Hauck and Ceo. Pace I attention during that weekto Lest We Forget . % Annie Mai hew FitzpatrickMost ; Sihool bandmaster, R. L Con to the amount of $...23, Fuchs
J. Mrs. Haul donated the service
of Washington D. C. for us* In the Importance of conserving narree, Nowokowskl Baking Co.
literature to be put out by the vision and the employment N and_ 24_ subchairmen_ : (Continued on Page FoUr)
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:..J.. V. 8 Department of Agriculture proper safeguards and correctivemeasures. of 'our good timfi. centered ere were then our .nearest neighbnn Nottaga war up from Key Went I -
'. County Agent Chas H Steffanl) I around eating If we went Mrs Frorlep had a unique way on the main I'bld. on The day ,stands School System's Summer Camp Begins!
S. E. LIVINGSTON, v1:7 :: !
/I"" guided! the visitor on the Dade mind.
any place we had to start early of making us comfortable.: She From there on II wii solid In my Mra.Tweadell I
Uii I County tour M.orr because of the distance and the had Otto, Jr. walk ahead of the wends to where the three Maid had recently killed t Six-Week Session July 2 at Redland '
rrm' heat A dinner was usually at guests swinging I Broker sock shacks ftood Then the trail rattler near .her house and ahe
r Redland Schools to Hold Open House U or 1110: at .the latest Thenwe from side to aide to gather as meandered. off to the northeast told us of .her loneliness when her
always planted home around, many sandspurf ae possible lest to where Dan Roberts, the fror- husband made the tripe to Cutler Threw two-week session of modern cafeteria, and t programof
A I C From 2:30 to 5 on Sunday Afternoon I to be there fort a all we gather them on our skirts and lcp and the Meyera were fall; for groceries and. nail bocsuMaa summer' camp win be held on handicraft sports and recreation
: I "chicken feeding time. stockings. Skirts were ankte- Now together for the sake of roads then were It \took .! RedUnd fichool campus this summer will be planned around tile
: { Every; rammer there was t I length< then.Harvey's the women folks least two days ,for the trip than: by the county school board. auditorium, gymnasium and alb*
'J"1 More than 1.200 parent and pits will present square dancing, round of Sunday dinners, each people were living! on I am. not sure If the Tweedell and back, and often if the boats Youngsters from eight to 19 pore lean field. Water sports hiking
friend are expected\ to attend (I tumbling and conditioning In the 'taking turns alternate Sundays. ,,their homestead, off to the east were already far on toward the had not come to with supplies he of ago may obtain application nature study, archery and other
'second 4S-mlnute session. They were wonderful occasions, 'of Redland road with no visible! north but my Impression. II that had to wait over. What held her blank from their respecllv activities are scheduled.A .
: 'Ih.* second annual open house of could be Uttle In their and the fror- his! unfailing Th fee I II $30 for doctor and two
During a social )saif-bour.,There variety way of approach because they were They spirit up was promise schools. camp camp camp
RexOand schools from J.30 to $ punch and cookie will b* servedby the menu, for fresh meat was private trail led from HaMreyt lope had moved down from Cutler of a 'bag of candy when he sack Of th41 three. two-week per. nurse will be members of tho
o'clock Sunday afternoon. aye. I' the home economic pupils of almost\ noneslstent Chicken to back door. Harvey war working Along with other\ they came should return.I lods- July 2 to July IS, July II staff of certified teacher with
Principal W. E. Rice Mia Alice Warren, and selae- 'some form grit or riot pole& on the Keys aa most of the able-,down with the bright hope of still have a deep and abiding to July 21. Mid July 30 to 'August specialized: ability and Interest 1A
t During the first 43-minute per lions< will b* played by the school bean or okra and flitter time or bodied men were-and' came up aettllng right on the T t C respect and admiration for those U camping, lay Camp Director
iod. guests will visit the displaysand band under the direction: of banana pie was the usual list only occasionally. right-of-way. Since there were women, mere slips ol girls then, I The elementary and the high Dick Robert The\ camp will adhere \-
demonstration of handiwork Stanley DAillmb I The places were all new, and Further/ up the road, about three surveys at least, their tli. wlM.'managed to make, home 'School btilMJngl will be converted to all th* regulation re.
Ia?th*. various class. room A final D-minute awing every \leaf and bud end fruit was where WaUlm; drive now''Is, a fool I wa not. ao gonL I here and ptannitM to be content Into separate dnrmltorir onlred nf. whanl*',and rampa by
; Mr*. Matthew Walsh and Matt through the class room will''Interesting toII.. ,A fruit was path led off to the west to the I do recall having dinner" at with so .IiUle. In the way of com- for boys toil! girls Trained I dil uV state IInct"t,. tdL"!( Do ut0of I.II./

1MriM< physical education pu- I bring the program to.I does laved that all might"see and Spencer pl_ Therefore, Brew- the TweedeU'a once when ralD? forts.:. .a__rt.. 1I" x'toiKtt ., lone will plan..the,. menu. for |"ht bllllM.4.,;< ; l"r "
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: SOFTBALL BOYS| Protttiire' Group StUI VAUGHN lfUNNELL Bryant U Reeevednc IHOVERKAMP.INC I "Cannibal Queen" Has r 2-LEAPER.EXTERPRISE. Friday Mar. 31.1950 I II
Meeting' Here
Tuesday '
I ; From Electrical Burns Final Showing Tonight I

SLATE PRACTICE Properly owners and awnbeisaf OPENS ELECJKIC I Imprpesiitelit II 1st the TO BID ON LOCALCONSTRUCTION The final performanc of 'TheCanaibal I will be presented again, tonight" rncouragr the cut f\rn more
I the Protective AsiaslsaVin. of reported Wr do hope that there Ik alarge me. to b* able In present a good
s andiuoei af f1ete*. ryasH. line a. wttt tit sweated aiesaenoe If everyorn-I play to you I think YOU would I
Dade .
: FOR NEXT 'WEEK ah* anw a* m lamartinl branck ksvNN of aapel the rag to ase-,of lestid iEP AIR SHOP aeew Meal lossjtnajs bares Vst.who n oufteref ta .n .Met....' had by Uigfe the....).B ahoai Mr etaae.! I of.f>clokIhM ....- .psfdtes Tkeeet and la working comas, that every would mln- enjoy very. much so everyone

dent st the city light plant He eve the audNale.
The softball .league named a elation at I o'deck Tuesday nightIn An electrical I appliance and visited The foundation I Mailne Gorman will play' -
was here teat week by a li poured Md
the Homestead r
; 1I1I"-man board. of governorswek Frank W. temporary hall says' motor repair shop will N apeMd attar, Mrs. Jack wn-- fCtaxton work U begiwiJtuj oa tk* wsjl Oman JJu. Others; In the Batas KEYSWCTRICAL
ties and elected manac/ Mapday J by Vaughn Tunnell at Ot. be Jeanetle Ott, TtnrllU"
s I.., the .teams, which werebuught ckatrrnan."Crltkal of the modem pavilion underconstnaftien SUPPLIES
k 1 the rear ef his home at 70 N W. Bryant, aUB under trf't'llIIIeI Gap, Jeanette Johnson SusanVfatean.
-'" at :
: six of at Homestead
to by the entry problems affecting NIP! atTunnelt Bsy- Atfen Odum. Barbara
Panda, City volunteer fire deTM the rights of property owners who was stricken with ArdIer Smith Hospital front Part by Itoverkamp. lac Harrises, JIM launder.. Roland
was artificial
: ....r1cMM. art reaching I ctnaa" * SJ.Umantan. / respiration The_ Varnlar Cbarlea. Chamber., Benny WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS
polls several months ail baa by Bob BrasweH lineman snfmediately PIn, expects to have the ,
AHM| Bar- "We reaHaa the
I governor are aecesslty been granted a special llomse, KuieMt Mid Tommy llo II".1|
by after the accident The pavflkm completed by June IHeverkamp
: row, Bmer SuHivM end lefty of preper cough ragtOatiasnt, butcl
e SIIf'fV4. who will work with authority. exeeeda Ha .legal. the business city In council a residential t* operate eertion."equipment a. switch was thrown by S. T. Can Ine, whk.h U also) PLT RECOMMCNDCD Electrical' Supplies Lighting
I Usgue PresMeftt OM. & Skill powers then It la lime .tar cltiaeaa day engine operator to shut flit completing tUG"'" worth of ML I
/ now on hand saden the currant and permit Bryant's Br ,.... T.We. KOI J.adee
Tin maaasjeri are: Herman LAr.I to go Into action. sash i Fixtures
muniolpal l lanprevcmetita, In.
order will enable me to handle removal from the charged bar, The entire cart of "The Cannibal !
,erne of Florida City volunteer In addition to watching out for ctudNif swlnuftiag peels fire sta- .
I any kind of repairs for small appilsnasa against which be had fillen.I I Queen" ai well ai the rest
firemen, ; B. H. Stevenson, Flnt the welfare of South Dude lions, community houses and I
property and sales Tunnellsays. of the junior claaa his ..orllf'dvel' 331 So. Flagler Ave, Homestead Phone 881
uplift 1 Church; Bob tance, W. owners, the Protective Association New auxiliary facilities, will made a I '
equipment will 'Include ) hard to make thlt play asa
D Horn Co.; Bruce GnnU vat eDo ec a program a lathe to turn out precision MRS.I IL Nl J'CLUREi bid for more work la the Homestead I +reea The play was prevented
I Mitchell Hardware Co.; Dick of social gatherings, StAhaan area, Mr, Hoverkamp saidWednesday
parts, fasten for Yore and I I1IIr11on last flight at Iteduuid School and
'rewards. Amnl-amith Po. V. other appliance and Instruments a* be authorlaad In- BELIEVE lT ITS TRUE dyrit
j 1 W and Maloney' Tsvernler for BURIED MONDAY of a series of advertise-
I Practice ,Imn'w l be held says.IYTERIANS rewinding bearings.njoton The windingswill and replacing i menU. In the Leade .Enterpriae. Negro Given 99 Years
each Biglit next week and acbed- ; I We In
be dipped 'lit baking varnish Mn Maud Myrtle McClure, are petition In Moxkllo Murder Case
l ulNt play will begin Monday to offer attractive firma to
end baked In an electric oven wife Of Harry McClure ",* Bis. pl'OloPfttlve t
nitltU Apr. 10, Skall reports. SLATE for added builders/ on all type of David Byrd, IT-year-old ),f 0- sw 1
SERVICES protection against carne o>.. died Saturday at, the
President Ikall'l proposalfor _Isture, McClure horn after a tknteyearIllness. construction he Mid. "We have delta negro, Friday WM sentenced
: employment I pant ms experienced personnel with the by Circuit Judge George Holt \to
nty" recreation. director was In. FOR HOLY WEEK' "An buslnetf will be greatly I The Rev John H Whitt, right kind of equipment to work 81 yean 'In state prison for the AL ,AMERICAN g
of First
appreciated and all pasta Baptist Church,
work will
( doi ed Wednesday night by the be wlta-aad a reputable and re- murder of Clifford Walker, 57,
rfflclsted Monday afternoon at
guaranteed he
< sty( council committee appointed says. soonsible company stands behind Modello negro v
to work with, him. 'The eommlt- Holy Week at Homestead Presbyterlan funeral servlcei In Turner chapel. each Job. Concrete foundation, Byrd wan convicted of bludgeoning r R
tee members... Councilmen Carl Church will be observed Holy Sen'ke Burial was in Palm Cemetery at floors\ ,,, columns, beam and sidewalk Walker to death with an ;

Anderson: Walter Weiss and H. with a special program M Palm Announced by Rector Naranjs. I constitute; one of our.pwilltle. Iron pipe last July In a robbery a S r I Ia
L Brandenburg Sunday, a communion service on Mrs. McClure who wan born .." i attempt in Walk.,'. home
Thursday evening and servlceiat Holy Week services will be heldat 14 years ago 'in Knoxville, Twin. ihaa 1- 4TLEGTrv far .,
I o'clock and II o'clock on 81 John's Xplscopal Church lived her several years. .. WNGRSSMM IN 1946 .
:REDLAND GIRLS Easter morning on Palm Sunday, Ash Wednesday la addition to her husband, I' One of OurFullCourse

On Palm Sunday, the Rev Maundy Thursday,Good Friday she leaves; a IOn, Carl, of HI* I I CNTCRCII RCf AfrtH URCIMO it 1 '
\WIN SOFTBALL i Frank L. Avery, pastor, will and Easter Sunday, announcesthe desk,; two brothers, Sam Edln,. Or MANY FLOKIDIANSmnnsTto I *44
preach on "To the Glory of God," Rev, P, J LotUch. pastor ton of Covtngton K,., and Chai.Edlngton I, m POOP t"Mt

: and the senior and junior'choir Holy aommunion: will be held of Oskdale, Tenn; and DinnersSoup COVtKNMtN.._ { "
;= CIIAJIPIONSHIP will sing ''Behold! Thy King at f M and 11 a, m on Palm two sisters, Mrs Nellie Landls of I
ComeUl" br Wsghorne. Sunday and at 10 a. m. on Thurs Covlngton and Mrs Augusta VOlt

', The Redland High( School girls'\ The special communion serviceon day Litany and penitential officeIs of Fountain City, Tenn. i Shrimp Cocktail, Orange Juiceor :i
s Thursday win commemorate, eel for I o'clock Wednesday Tomato Juice
ftcf ball team won the Second kitnaaaraansA tse

: V\Hon champioDihlp" Friday at, rhrlst's Supper oa Inslilutios the eve ef of the ale Lord'i cruelin .I night On Good Friday the traditional UNION SERVICES |! Lettuce and Tomato or Chefi Salad 1 ar t oosoceacr Brig rawnnts err Ban a
MM nandoah School and was > i
preJ Ion, says Mr. 1:1: ,,",. I three-hour" service. will be held (French or Thousand Island Dressing) eJtrltxwriIap I
1 : rented with a plaque given bye The pastor will speak a ". ., from ARE JacxtaN. i iEwaoota ir
the Dade County Federation ofW'men's noon to I o'clock with meditation SCHEDULED Roast Maryland Turkey t ,
I nat Morn" en Baiter Sunday and on the Words from the 1
Clubs. With Opening and Cranberry Sauce
i : the choir will praised t t.lIl.ta,1 Cross ; ;
Worshippers may come and :
"lie/ winning team defeated
e Homestead 1-4, Coconut Grove I Memories of Seater Morn" '4, go as necessary, says Mr, LotUch. FOR HOLY WEEK\ ; Choice of Two Vegetables

:J11-2.'and Ponce de Leon 7-2 ton i i 1It'r1-lIome.mld. Banana Shortcake

'win, thi championship crown. Holy Week Interdenominational'services '' or Ice Cream 1 axlxr'l t +
:jMrs. Matthew Walsh Is the phy. i'I I will be sponsored by the 'I, ta .
Coat la>y a wAR1i ;
Redland District Coffee or Tea
s leal education' director of Red. \ Ministerial ,
;land School. Asioclstlon on Good FridaY and
I Seater Sunday I $1.25LOBSTER

!GROWERS\ PLAY Robert McNabb of Misml, Lowe Is program chairman. Mrs Scheduled from 12 noon until i iJ .
; iresldept of the. Dud County Octet KufeWt counselor of the I o'clock In Homestead Presby :
; Chapter of the Junior Bed CTOM host M. Y. F, Miss Louise Baker trim Church, the Good Friday HOUSEU. i
1 STINGS TODAY will be guett speaker for the I and Miss. Alma Lowe make up service will be on the theme,
Gateway Subdlrtrict of Methodist the refreshment committee, and "The Seven Lett Words on the .
Youth rellowshlps Monday night I Miss Betty Gasman, Miss Norma Cross". Appropriate organ music S. 1 in Perrine Phone 71-9381
HERE THURSDAY In Redland Community Church,I Jean Hatcher and Sam Engel!, Jr., will be presenteed by Mrs. M. C.I
A enter at Miami High School, compose! the recreation commit Lawrence of First Baptist Church, -- ,

The Homestead Growers baseball McNabb now serves as an assistant : tee. Mrs Whitney Beam ot First (
j I Ij nine will play Miami Hider pastor and Is planning to ":'; Methodist Church and Dr. C F., ., ,
I for the Robinson .r .r.- ,y. "p 3f s1m f' ,
Stingnrees this afternoon at Ml- study ministry. of the host church. t .H '4
r omi Field. Thursday, the first Miss Colleen. DeIaot7. stuAint' PERRINE LEGION Meditations on each of the

i I home game Is slated here against at University ef Miami!, will lead seven words will be brought + Yes it's true you can buy a
Gcsu High, group singing. .I ELECTS IIAIZI.IIJ. the Rev Frank L. Elvery of b'j ,
On Mar 23, the Growersliwnved AD young people .f the community I host church, the Rev Martin
are Invited to attend. themes Dsvls of Florida City and Bed-
'f' Mind Hush 4-1 In a
? nine-Inning game at Miami" Field1: uagtie; which Miss Harriet H. HaJ4tp.pi| ..&Itt'\If.I com and. cornnfunity churches, they I world-famous
I Hob Roper pftrhrd until the maaderof Perrlne'i Marlin Moore Rev. John ft. WhilTof First Bsf -, ..
Muurth Inning when he wastranferred W. Turner were Monroe Slow Post of the American Legion at list Church, the Rev J. E. Jenkins l
| to center field and Homestead negro, and John Ruf- the >annual meeting Monday of First Methodist Church,
'rui Home went en the mound. fin, escaped negro convict from night. the Rev Wm. F. Bowery Of
" .Roper was returned to the pitch- Camp Kflby In Alabama. Others elected to office were: Florida City Free Methodist
I r i fOr', box In the eighth tr.m.0 Constable Pete Morgan arrested Warren Knight, first vice-com Church, the Rev, Ceo, Kufeldt of
i I' .finish off the game. He struck Shaw on charges of beating and mander; Harry Kirkland, second first Church of Ood. and the A ..j.j'I I
out nine and walked two. robbing Dan Jackson Winged, vice-commander; bush Maddox, Rev Alfred Hedberg of Silver '
jb Season tickets for the five "home Homestead negro, of t<2 cash flnanra officer) Harry KirkUnd, Palm Methodist. Church.An 'I', '
1 o names will be put on sale next and a watch Ruffln was apprehended I adjutant; Harry Wtllimas, chap taster sunrise service will '
iweek, announces Coach Worley. by Morgan / after the lain; John Doel, historian; Howjard be held at ( o'clock Faster mora- *_ : I I
I lOn Tuesday afternoon uniformed negro had cut another negro, Joel|' Hap, service officer; andi tog at Homestead Bsyfwnt' Park

baseball players, eorompsnied by Styles' an an allocation M the.I Tommy MitcheU and Preston The Rev, Alfred Hedberg will ..
a cheerleader, will open the cam David Barnes farm. Finley, sergeeAtsatarms.HomeCooked bring an Easter message, and I
pulgn by making a sites tour of : young people of the community's |
the downtown business section, churches will present a program
Food of music and Scripture reading.LT At BENSON ELECTRIC

200 See Sports Films I I
Shown for Outdoor Fans
S Fried Chicken ft Specialty Lt. Jos. M Lynch of the

More 'than two hundred witnessed S Hot Rlicuits with All Meals\ 419th Troop Caribbean Wing of \ '
the showing of three colored S Home Made Pies he USAF Reserve at Miami latmational -
'" kports films here Mar, Z3: Airport, has been
\ r by Coo Harding, photographer, W* cleat at 4 P. M. Sniays I transferred to Lowery Field .t fa. only
I traveler and lecturer The films I Denver, Col. for three weeks Of; .

were presented In the V, r. W SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANTU specialized school. c 'i gal? tg
hall for members and guests ofArrantSmith A recent graduate of Unlver- /
$ Pal V. F W., of Lt j
ally Miami Lynch has
I South Florida Junior Chamber el S. 1 Jail N e*,..mestesd ,rhe.. /11-R started his legal' clerkship trala rudf 1

!k Commerce and the Redland log In the law offices of Don 1 E.'erreyra .
Sportsmen's Club In First National Bank
p Harding gave aa. running commentary HJlldlng He makes his home with
f i CIIthe movies chick Mr and Mrs Ferreyra at their
showed the hunting of mountain residence on Roberta rd.
,lions In Utah, fishing for tarponIn
Shark River, and hunting Attention All Growers 1 1a

moose in British Columbia Hard- Benson Electric Services 99.95 \ '
Ins, who has been a guest of Edw.
Ash (It W Mowry dr., wss Introduced And Shippers Radios & RefrigeratorsGlaaa
by Sylvester P. Adair
or the Jayceea.Crime io
i 0IIill
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Commission Lists P?

Local Club as Supporter The following; growers' supply and fertilizer Easy Terms J' ., 1;

Miami Mar.. SO-The SoropU, Glaaa Ua tsMd-auaUa, yl9. r I I
firms will into effect immediately the
mist Club af Homesteed
i one ef !
the. first organizations to acquire following opening and closing hours until i hit '
membership In the Crime "
'V;;tthe "above '
h. price .
1 Commission of Greater Miami further notke. it '
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when It was organized la 1M8.Is iI I '
t correct! Frankly it'i the biggest
maintaining/ record The I k a J.
'club recently forwarded the re* I !I value we've teen, or heard about in

newel applications of toe entire '(, (1. II'. i PIOTECTION, the entire wwber .
, 1 :.membership to the commission i indiutrr. It'g.a
.> t for the year 19SO. la addition to Weekdays..1IOP.M..:: fuU-fledged ftdl-tiied Speed Queen

her own membership sack Soraptimlst Wednesdays 50 A JH.. 12 Stops UnderbodyRust buUt
i ; U endeavoring to obtain Nooa' 1 by Speed Queen-and

t {the Homestead' membership and. Redland of ethers area.Mrs ta the. Sataidays..__7 3t: )A.M. 12 Noon fO I Rattle tad Rot guaranteed for quality and depend' (

I > Ben Archer is president I ability by Speed Queen. Ic'. without .

{of this service club and Mrs. Applied/ under b-.I...... question die biggest quality Male on
'Eleanor Froacher secretary, ls t
Roar- aid ckasvla. Keeps new
{Crime Commission chairman can new and old can the market today. Come la-see it.Benson I .
P. E. C. FERTIUZER CO. Order your KarkoU t
I : job
NcgTOCS Hound Over now .. '

'To Criminal) Court GLADE i G&OVB SUPPLY CO I t tI

(Hasnrataad Branck) I
Bound ever to Criminal _
under bonds of $3,000 each Ccu1// f

nesday by Pre.ce. Justice : RECTOR SUPPLY. CO. Textci feeStopK.

Your Did ilsio'; KILGORB SEED CO. i ti 4 : Electric. Co. ; )

I Isil WILSON TOOMER FERTILIZER co. .. DONE A SON \ Princeton, FU. Phone 442 ..
$707Sc. I
:Worth I Oldest oUUisked tlectrteal contractor in the Kedlanda. to PrlnoeUm cuMt HIT.rn '

Harris i Kefrlgerater. N. Basses Ail. .>aiset ai ."
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I SPECIAL (I Fishing Rods 25% Off SPECIAL .:I

i Truetemper-Shakespeare Plyflex Ace Toilet Seats
Ice Cream rt i,,

JiB y !.. Freezers ::: fry Fishing Line 25% Off I
_1 $9.99
Regular. Sale Linen, Nylon ,
I 2 Qt. .... $ 7.50 $5.25
lI'hl\.Ih.rlut\ )
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T ac kl .20% Off
'J :3! Qt. .... $ 9,15 ?G,15 eAI.oxeWsd .
Steel I

I' .. ,, Free! :
1 j ., :4 Qt. :: $1025$7.2.
I ,' \ : : Reels I
: Fishing.
-6'Qt; .... $12.75 $9.00
I One spool of line free with each Pflueger, Ocean w
lilt'' always costs more City or Shakespeare reel sold. Roaster

NOT to paint!" .......M "* ,Y .
YM rwulu-neglect In{rot of and wood deay.,nd meweurfeeee..and cipen.ivt w, 10% Off with Broilerfiridto -
bill There
repair npUcement *
T\ / x epaM ar voidabU-if you.pwte.t
your home with Stanley Diston CrescentGalvanized be given away at 7 Pe MeDU

'. PONT Saturday, Apr. 8
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1 Ware Au you have to do to have an opportunity
to own this beautiful Electric Roaster I
All DuPont Paints, Varnishes, to visit our store some time during the rand '
i etc. ;v c 20% Off write your .name and address o. j jj
j card,which,we furnish,and drop It In the J
; '. % t Wash Tubs Garbage Cans t 'box provide! for that purpose. Nothing
I ,,: 10 OffPAINT Water Pails Funnels to buy,and you do not have to. be present
I when,award"Is made
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t Small Elec. Appliances WHEEL GOODS : ,,

I :I BRUSHES 3313 SPECIAL' ; ; ..

i :. 15% Off Westinghouse! Universal Tricycles Scooters ; :;t :' ;. ,.
Garden Hose
Hamilton Beach Wagons
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Rubberset, pure bristle Y / ,I I
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1:' {: White Enameled Ware n Aluminum WareSPECIAL .

I :, 3313'% Off U 20% OffElectric y I

Hand Lawn Mower '

((16-inrh) and Oil Heaters .
25 ft. . $1.98 a t
: ,.. $12.95'Tennessee Valley, 331% Off Nesco, Florence, I
Arvin Coleman 50 ft . $3.75
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The ..oM...,. 11'%' pawie .f Maps 3 N60'A-CRATE 4-LEADER-ENTERPR1SE& Friday, Mar. 31, I960 I weathering of the .sell ems'tatr
and IT faunas of Deals And jwlDM I place W.I.on use soil. make

Leader.Enterprise FISHING NEWS\ lowlalls al **er reef' ell CentlaAiel ITAM. Aye OM |I. solution .that w' tha AWA

I 20 ; Ago Hooaled W Mi reUMlf\ kNdMAa and three 1st Lt. James AL\ Gibbs at PhilippineAir ,leaving no residue but Uw unI
a, PAWTflaol $I.\UN9" I .
pIll h ins Mi. M Caaiar washed away portaun of( the rod
Snapper me* Sir frytBf ttw ttah aenwtf to
Creek AfamM. be food lee about the morn than HO pereaM yrsisnlAt Base Is Joined by Wife and Son ',''Pr. Malcolm put rack gather*

1uN1A.Ittl.r.. al IN ..... w TM .. a 1a l n few nlfhta after IM fish moos the eke el Ute ........ The from the yard of the reaUuraif
>.* B.-... R Ar .*. *...> I 1005 5011 11. lo W w..1a..1 MIAMI BEACll OCEAN" i on Apr. 1 TNt baa proved InN ....AII CDinpAA donated IMpounds Iinlo A lest tuba ad poured aeen >
OMI- w 1.a. Si IM.dw in the put. We dMnt believe twhen cT meal) fur breaAn Hieftah. Clerk Air fMre BAM, APO I,.oampaisn. The world anYoa1 it. .....oreIlk war flnIthed

,$ use 5.W' W 5.00 Leave.0.5 s.sW". IMt.r1 1- TIDES we first heard about IV ' '14, MAT JS_flnt Ueu'-'l Manila Hotel ad. u. 8. (....., the rock had. been db

w 0.4 UM.... w Mirk. ItmAM but tried It eevaral months aida Jams M OIMM, AMI of MrMn. sad !eM be seen alGal the hay Art t solved and waa In MuUon' .
.2.rL.: ...... ... .. .. Auctioneer Crotikheil b) a
ant r m worked Urn*. pep H. M QlbbA of If--- I of ........ to questtona ft
e Mar II 1:00: IU: : IUI' every talk befare the Auction pointed .1 In ivupimw >
fit., KM been e.d '
M AICl0gYAIT roretlyol by
YAIyn1I11I U. Olbbs, now Asatcned an ferUliter ha
.. Apr I 1:11: 1:11: 1141: It:M Ed Pirelli end Eugene Sawn out thai a chamber of commerce his said that inorganic
wife, Ghetto
".ana. l4CkflhlOMtraCnIITION BliHU'III//llImlm'! '!!: !!/:/! ''"!Inllllllllllllli! Apr I T49: >> :04 I:H IH: I den fished. 'In Caesar-i Creek< to cffectire la proportion to the" month' old all. Guy twenty-two Lee it hIsoverseas supply" of tar for the tftth" ana.' the arivanbuie of not Inlroducln
of the IWhRnnlneer
Boat be
.... .._ neer Company thai might tnjuriou
II. Apr I I.a IH: 1:11: 1:10: I with mullet .last Sunday lilah', supper II receives from the cam I u. orgAnism
Matters with 8.
Hometlead'tIUIeN B.ttalkm fertititrta
Tupofiaphlr -
Suty-four Apr 4 III: 143: 101 III: and caught ft mapper averagln mimltjr pItch It ls trying to Air Some to A that ereanie
Clark Air font
uta went up in the Air . when the Apr 5 1000 ISM, IM 1M / IH pound!. .,.., Hit, predicted that' the burerv'tnoat Dai Mi dtttral A! to on his scald tour of valuable where It la desired i
I. lIMo II 03 11:30 4 48 4 M of wham not rest'
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1 from Miami to lake' patrons and ...... OiblM and Gory Ic to. theatre wIth the 3rd AmuMfcfcMMBniade Mrtjr without the leaching t
.. d D.4. fea llt I IIU.I Apr. tilt* : 18: tMM.OAID : dents hire, would ears across: '
m.. u-STi n, Nor.LA friends of Central Service Sta- I Two brother, ere amour with 'bkV. to help advance 'hieommunJ1 ether with teveral families' of U. during the war Prior toleaving which a concentrated fortune'

lion, local Goodyear dealer. for CM* "WI iw. >.M*.I Ir 1i nays baseball pitcher, tilt other a min la which they operate /& Air Four sUUmied In the' on his current alignment. would be! subject) _ _
s 'sill sin sills I ride Manager Red Thurmaq ikitn IM 'I /liter, met After a long separatloiu enljr a Ihort period of UM Philippines departed from San In March 1949, he served for A -- - --
'lM.h U wII. W M .red 5 wrote out . ." ..m.41 .- akwirM .., All 1asAles. Some Ume wee spent In eichanf Francisco' port of embarkation period of three yean with the
pastes . . .. called
and he on
Il s Mr A" ISA1e4(11 year,
N1wsMh rnrll., Ills I. 1411Nurrl
.., of remlnlscencei. aboard the U. 8. Army Transport. 2nd Amphibious. BilgadaHe .
I behind the
ant residents ot get
t "The Hipper Grandmother I Inc.
.. GrauI A" IAis. . General; Burkner Brooks
will be presented . by the ... AMiMbr4r 011 Finally the minister Hid "How chamber of commerce to boost l war employed by the Michigan -
tale Club and Ad Artn Chapterof On. Cur Ut1 AiM 5Al: I li It Bill-I pent four yean in the community In which they' Before rttiirnlns. to Chuk Air Steel Corporation at Krone
(Urn A III|. KIT Um a4M 5,51, I
Style Hint the I). K. S Committees will _... H..t A44MnlMM .,11 college And three In the semlrv have such a greater slake. Yore Raw. 14 O,bbs and his before going on active service in I

be Edw; SUUng Mrs. It.R. Boyer .ml *445.05: Unary I And you've never don E. B. McGarrah VKW commander family en) ycd many of Uie In* Iterming I ,1141 I At Trenton. Sine then, he

e Hlblacui And A wisp of vtUmf and )dn. Wilson from the Done T.-Nw H.uriwW K(.r .s. .... Add AMUMOT alp... anything but play baiL! Now and) ex-offlcto A directorof frMurn of Mjnila them I hai completed Engineer ajrhool I A!
Mata hat &M._... ... capital city While In Manila ) Fort BelvMr Va, lliggtns Bomb I
Cub And Mr*. W M. Bradley, M A* Phil/a isr .1 your* gelllni" a salary of M the chamber ot commerce, ,
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feed locke will kr r AM thousand And rim (Ht!ng three saw that five yean of liberation School At New Oilcans! and Navy OldisL C'omplciriyfrotc, '
Three figured Mri Henry Neyle' Mrs. Mary '** AlMrM AM 015 I I spoke' In the same vein. ,
make A drest, Sheffield And J. V Davli from ,la I..MOi. l.rt M Hurt** W r I.a Ihrto ''I rsn't undrrstind' Master of ceremonies was Nell and altnntt four of independence I Ihae Amptribiow Scholl I at CorMuido, ; .
_. MOtalkl, I IAlv I hrdied| to build It again Cat ..J llIippd (
And that II that I Ad Ami Chapter . | I I I Dill thought l minute' turn DeimUnl manager of the Homestead I
Into the "IYai-1 of the Orient" II
'n ft ininntu mid l'.l lljkeieport iid. III I tell you how It li, Jim, studio of Radio SUtluii The Gibber will make their" & )
The marrlafi of Mill Olive war before the war Many of IK I 'arctakcnt
eaUh ot I7' All home at I"Itrlln quarters. > ,
: a ,IOU lid. nl It i In the delivery WK wvca. |plw
fro)''', of Detroit to Lloyd) Ames --- -- damaged bulldlna, have born or vlded for dependents of uuliUiryiwriumrl
CHANDLERS I of llomettead l took place todayIn ,Itol1I, .. 0"',,.."''''"'N "R Tan' are being rebuilt And many others on the DAHCDr. .

. ,.,oxen:.... ., are wiiitina to be torn down .
I IVAUGHAN'S (...... .t- Hal
S ( from Tae One) I :3 Ilibtorlc Manila' still i
Opening; April( A I lilt Hay u ono 1 !
II awarded "t'I ii
"Olrl\ pins for MVmA. 00 J. MaYolm\ '
WIll I "ITIlJ': HIAKBY SiM'nKn>>
lion 'nd transportation eottt pAKJng the tenderfoot teat are: ft Pall II...... ... tr..elr T.. I." (... the mad scert' ports In the I r 0 rvox )"
be' mid And .recommendation I III..... ,tie! sill Y.I.4'll. 1111 4.r Nhen. Orient with It* great hmbur areas To Holes on Soil Types|
Moon Alta Vena VirginiaMoKlnitry.
I Anna i l n. till. .kM full MM* ,In n, IIOMLSICAI, I'LA.rheiie .
the ........... still cluttered up with sunken I I
.. be
for A lair( sojutiou of problemwiU Dorothy Sykes, Dorr ELECTRIC REPAIR 1,4 10 e.5 aaudull
;; Vann I II ,. M II.'" 1 r \'II.! | d )*lro.\ed during World I I>r. J L. Malcolm' a "",'Iul, 71-R
be submitted for ipprat ",f I, othy' Deden, Katharine IIfMa. 5l..0 '100 rdr'le. IrrNl.lpn..n War. 11.Flsnked. soil' rhemitit! at Die Sublrnpirvl' 1
) Evelyn Smith, Marguerite Crow, Ie .... 1)50) r ., e11 aIM..1 i {I)'I .
the IT. .$. ir< Mex'can I Experiment Station brought lat ;
\ fl, M. 1.141' the fuslg
br River
. ew.MI'1 Virinla Hdbkt nitabelh\ Taylor and Motor rI >!._ rrNodAN4. tubes, acids mid books volt -
41'1 11.1
Repair IJ-M OIl
menu. I Sutan Anne "IIIJI./ n Field and j.j.I ( //,0; A..... 1'10' %.! I1. 'I'." Manila Boy North Harbor ill I ;
Home teud lt I'TN. '
1 KepreAtntaUxtt ell tilt ) Catherine\ llarprr'Mn ." ... M Uoo. tl0ae .01 ,.... ills.'P1wiM. ., the remains till alit Texas tomato I lour Birk.. Hill Mr ApprrrUIHC no ._. ....t .1 .II p.'wmly 0th. lurv old' wallet 1 uly' ate. of 5,11011.1| l liili Club luni'he!''n-mectlnn, in the Benson I citric SeniceKsdios !
In tlllfCr'l Fred H Redd enter .... ... I t Parkway FteMauiant W..IIII'. 4qwhen |
e not taking part I the red nlfss.aMla grandeur. whirls was pounded
t the-apet Huly, but ,.U tallied .. In honor ot her nicest 1 WiJ ., 5.t1. .. 'to ruins nKaiw-blmked. 1 Jot he wait guest: nHiltirHe | I J: & KefriKcrators j
N. W filli St. Home..trail .Phone 460-W a.5 ,tI.n'. 'k. _, d. a* |) II
Mr. Carl S. Anderson the for _. .... ... MrNM14e . said Inul the KeUhml' IUkti )'.-
the p.n.>! Chandler! ,:lays M .Ito yne anew' fouithl'' l<> the finisliAniillirr rrlnrrlun, Ph 11} '
Redd."Comolimentlnl M .'id. .. the .11414 Iedn
l mer' MlM Thelma sIlt rock I mil n .n ne.n to
Pearce aid cipected to rtttirn .1.1r".fjtITf Interesting ululit of
Of I. 15,1 H_ M M the Ito .
f hums Sunday Mr and Mrs1' .1I Mia.r a ,.> .umk of 5-.. IM. .AMA. Mends::; li lite tnlvrmlv. :nl( SmiUi'Toinm 'I (pure" calcium cub mule thiit iiu .
I .0 'Ito 1.1 ...t '* Mae. IH*. ------------- --- .
C. A. Field on their eighteenth' I D.5 III. Ink Mr <4 "...*. t.wt tlic l'blll.llIto'!| | nl,lent. |
meet IVBCI e>CTITini. KAMI tddlnf anniversary, Mr and a UATHFAHANivw edurat'olitlsstdutNa' whlih" *a. :

A tla.! io .M,LA vt.s wHti4. tow 1M w'5' M-s J K. Clime entertained al') ' 11.1. .d.Colt 1'I.r11>. ivr "'-.,..,. used bv the Jal p me 4> an an Intrinnieut : Whew Sure is hot.

.44IW' kwlkM _Vtk. If* dinner ,* [ t Sec Us Also for .a. N Q. ITt..R.:1T.: '" ramp| t"r Amrriian, :
twr i5.0.i.r'ie. 1Tq H..oI 11. Uhman will be1hoMeu ICI iMott e-. A.titMa. (1 vII 1"11 and' hail,I been < "I\' rt..d l .. IIn" winter
a. H*. I.i> riOTM. C",. ru. iMnwUi .tr$. Lee II. II. Ar t. II ll, IMiII' AIN'''' tmo to ih-an th..e wool bUnliMi sillier
1111.01 MM *MM Kilt UM.twrk W << members of the Rain Lawn 1"1" the luifcekt.! boifiitKl for i "..,".... \\t have tvth plastid and ftdtrUrd blanket
PIotWa.IM .ClmA- _P-.n M 04 UmMrAATHI'A or shine Club honoring Mri 1i0T".,, or APII"UIIIII. neon tOR Till Americwn anrwd' forirs In the tlorste> IMI'*.

TAOXUL' Frank L.. Skill whore birthday ,.>.Hn ntis-*... ., 1111. rnrifii men duriiift the liberation! |
O.Mt I '1Io1"11 I All garments insured aialnsl Ihrfl'' fire. and meterdamage .

'(lii...II. A>r, t, II II. Islet come on that day' 1 SprinklersPlastic 1I.. ,,"1'\. ,.il.".W.... IA/'r Ml KlKt.f I'ar'au'W.1 tt.the_. i Soil K "oK AfPI.u"H tTKIN H>* TAX i I II ;, while In our POOMW.IOUTRADE .

..tea7L1 MNsrtNN.le.. ', N. tail/, .. ft .
> !" Hill-'AHu I'll I
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'ho It11..4 A I' HIIN. i
. NW"O'5' "55 we .,,,,.. ... .b.w.5 riu A HUT MilHrrw I,
: i i-n ..... ... 111 a ... 4.4 In .t.NMI .. -. P.11 t 4-t M K..l. ..4 I..>.....1 WINDS DRY CLEANERS
15,00. sell. 0'.0/01. .Ins.Ii. T., ...l. lmilir.1.' N" MM toiml Ik*,
General Construction ....._ p.'ror I. ,... Ire ft, ,4 A..._. A It 1111. l.. (IMMNtv
C-"f.1.'i! ';::. .4 0l' II.. ru.5l' in mr nfftc .* M.4* .ppl.l, i I 8. E. lint,. Ate \V \\'. tiM llt%, MtC Phase 111
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_- 0,1.4 T..IAML rut.. I..t 11.. !> T*" i PIt, a..* ., r...r as i 0 UK 1.11 i .rllfHI* I #'
VJ 1"11..1 I
of.oil. N.0sIud. (....|, uf II..... :: <..rrlhr4 DrwfK 'In llo tlNllllr; ,
t PM. ii ,1cotI4o.Tk .. $I., M 15114.. I'.Il, ,, , . ,. , .. , ,,
USE OUR ABC BUDGET/ Garden Hose I uy '" '' ' " " " " '''' "
Reputable Miami general. contractor crjagcil .w.5 d 0th p.r1. 'and r l I.'t T. HI. ... |T. WiAMI,. AMIIImI
/M 0th w trh.. .... Ie .10. ..,., of I Mwnl 1'1.1 l Shin H. I.... ..M.

f I In city, federal and county works now optr. PAYMENT WAN "."-.-....... nvllflrato. ..k.Nk.wll . ......... 15,1'5Ilr|Th aaae.t.( [\0'ft".MM HOI'pnvrrtr'< .IK..| ANNIE MAMIEWRedldiid FrrZl'A'fIICK:

-- 5. .... I. 0N'r.r.' ..-rA.4 ttt. .... _,flnilr .... ,lii lh* nftin*1.1, \
M.. W ...N 1...... tMkm .VM.MMA .. awtrrr ..-..-.. .
ting in homestead and 1'kinity.t) $.oldlfvltoPhtColorful roofs! .. IM c-.. ..... d'.. .* Ill. ... 11._ ..... .rn/p.alt ,.II.. M ...... Rued brtwein Aiucadii mid Riaiayne' Drlvee
? awdlt lo ... *... ...*. ...lirf .. .o'1Un I. I... 100 pnrrnr ,-
1 Weottierareef, (fit, residing' : 5. '... ,Is as. MM. ,IIMWfc Mr5I .will 100 cad ,. ... .hgM1 .....4..
wind end (GalvanizedPipe I 1)).", 11.1 *>r "..-.. Sera. .. IM .....$ Ito,. Aw ... IM 000MAOe I '
+ Irqui'rieainEited[ for all t tjpin commercial -proof, long weorlng E: A IMTMrRkMN: I. I. "',...,.. ear M. Ills. sill. Punorortc and;l Tlicory f,
economical. If hot' li the roof (1,4'.1. .'1-"' ..... a .M I'S Mr .' M... ,_. 1Vhditl .
Iwo. tlb.N.. o'ooI ,..10 110'11. .., .4 M.r'I.
wldrtitlal and conch action, you need, toll w. SaHtfoctiongvorenleed.; vunI.tw11C TKARnr: nrWTIIt K A. I.KA1HKKWANCVrt : ': 4' : ... Xylultl.wne PlaiioAfeordlnnPontiac's : I
I .
!! .QubliE IcNads ., ,.. : ,
,. ., "'I .. ( lt .matt I I
1 e : Ins 11. A.. f: U. a.. 1..f 1.4. IVrf. .....*.

rosy monthly -or ArYI-TIpS HlB UI **Kmll.r N\I.101I. C; mdlKKIT. D.C.Ilse111'.4 ,JYlhlyu' JL:wn' ,,:L:. y.:".. ':, . .: ,:, .,,' : i .
Attractive propositions offered for placing .| pdymenla" MY.1/ . H II 1 A,.' 14 "1 Hill
I>MM m" IlllC"ATA'III -- '
'I YIN 'Asa.'f
concrete. H.llIiRY MV",, ..,.i.ifUfe It
1 your \ '. Md.n: Tee Steel Station Revealed a'
Lawn: Mowers\ f'. 4:. .u seed lSTl"'w New Wagon

T.f 1 :w ---'t.,1 .. A. j,., : : ... -
I .!Mfc..,lt. |w )., "41 |. ...'..."*.,1 N ;

HOVERKAMP Inc. i =:;. MN du-old rw1Iflt..Ilns p''twrlr. I. ::: w
t-.5 d 1'0". WIo'. lOt ..... I.. Is oil. ,
PI .. II 110 ol AMID u. 'sessrI- ;
:2467 S. W. 8th file Miami. Ph. 18-6715 pYw.Ma SI Itarili. Rinr. .. r..
I JcftL .5.1PI A irf ,,,. NK m.. ,d ....:
Brocket Lumber Co.
her: M Aw Til I* fc-Wlr nor' Ahn.
IM El,' 5.0. N IOU a'w A wn.=.
ells flTI.ll Pirr. .UH /M .. .
a''o' J I* n._ '''. M 100.00111
Plionca 62 and 813BRANCOR SrtlMi U l,op I.... ,4 MB ., t.
; ROOFING ALL TYPES : a 1'W, MM .( NK liM AnIk
l> lOlA IHr Ak..* ale II..... NK
: {.4 A . ; |p5NM.IMNTIN.5..4.. .
K III-'i* S-rtto M fir a "rah W
No Jobs too I large or too small I HI n .. PUS. Anllli U. IMH.Mil .
.. M Anrtk. M.,. tl l>-i. I. .Ik.Ih .
Repaint. Modern equipment. Init. r MI/>. *l. n fU.M ., ..
i r.10..4 . M+. ll.t I
ii "VI",. .'sr5 .4..M +.trnV .
Injured and appro'rd.'For Uoo .. _,t... '.ml" MM ,.

IOC .*I.ttfllM MM) Said of &_N.11-wo.M Nan, .1I. ,, '* rW ... The 1950 Pontiac Italian wagon li I of steel construction and to the trAditional station

contact call Hrooker'a 62. or 813 : *_..- 'kffw4ln_ M l>.... th.. ffnrrrt wagon swank has been Added safety durability quietness And low maintenance of A aedan. I
1. wee M to IWB
11,5.1 MI5 Ill Cram 11.- A.. Became of itt revolutionary new construction the Pontiac station wagon may be obtainedin
I. f1. Mu-I., ,. Uoo ,05,1 ..0Mrs. a number of handsome two-tone color comblnatkma. PontiAC report an enthuilaitlc
A. 11 1555 Obit" to I. Id dal -
Rock and Concrete Products '!' Mu'In.J' reception far In advance of the old.fashioned steel and wood type of station wagon.
U.W ;; 4r .r ....... A
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D. Ica
..i .('I.n A LrATHIRMAN.( Irawi. : .*...
Read Serb a> fe Lrka IAIuMe. ..,....010 PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

Pr..taco" II C
Cenerele Hark 0 dereenhiilConcrete ('_ ....
Veterans e Btwks. a Serb Fill _lHw II, Ar.:. T.-!It, II._IVM. BU1CK PONTIAC .

e tesi>.mlted tenrrel So. Kromc at :51;u Ii St. Phone 481 '

Jknson Electric Han

He Delner AnywhereBRANCOR . Philco l'" I: :: : ::; : I ;: : ii'; : l.i. jl :' ;-;' ; --iI"I: I '
g Make Your Reservation Now i ie Appliances I

: : 1'rtIIN'1.. n. usA i NEED SOMETHING?
; if :" > For a Barb r.Built i .

) Veteran's Home Inc. .i To jour grove: or, farm Mippljr problems puzzle )'ou7 . .' l.J.

o\Jt\ .. Maybe\ we can help. For jour information \\e list below o'

,. I I II L. Braadenlmn." Pees, Mr. rail l tl ...... ... *.'ke-r,.... 'lI..'MI: ''11"-\s, rOtnP'ftc line If fertilizer, fertilizer materials, fungUhl, Insecticides '

: One block of.home now under construction,! Rock Pit on Kedland Kd,''S. of Mowry Ph. 419jalousies "Q'" JoN( .. U i : and srnrt'li.! .nKTji.i/.ius.: ;

I lard title clearing! under way.for many more. '0 .n' 1-7-5 10-0-10.() :J. -N, .t.J! : 1.-o..lII, :5-7'5; ;, l.--2: } ,. 8-S-8, G-6-C,

; Veterans' Administration financing on terms: ; 0-1 MO, special formulas on request. : M.TEKI\Ul tl'NoIfI\s\ MIsttllASLOUSMamaaeae ,
j of nothing down and $t5 a month payments, rsnst
Mlrale .f Nods. 1.1.
I r.'D' 11.11.1. and Ions. .
lower, than rent. 1 NrIGI '"f Amimnla
Neutral c.cnprr. &J Decent iprradrr SUrker
t'yasawtd: (rapper. A Ben

Nitrate ",/.r..h t........ NslfAle Inn NMMaleAnmsabm '

NHraleMerlale Sulphur v. II. r. r.
I "
I Class WoodAluminum .f r..4.".h Zerlstev lime
: c niA AND oniui riNAJ' c 1 Mutate< of Cotak . I na
;I k li DDT : t 1ol aref
t tmnMiij.II
Cmimot :
4 I rotN01 ,. : II T netlabhFewdT. Tousle BenNsliaW : ...
I MicnrdAIranwn /
I B II C l( titnV: l'Eo'l
toH et fita! avaltie % 0rtmmlrlsmrr
: TKTiaAN UOMC B11LDUS Vv tofity
: a* M "n .- ol rood.U thhwlese tin" Iiprsylny
; ..|. hew rublx avtrtUl. lu.lrelehamW Iesilenophepe Pmuhd.w Mew Mt" t

J' U |rra have tvtt aAM Marrph. flii' 1. T.u..h. HrlUrlr rand., Iblti .r D etrlrNpq. YertllrlpgCale
.eaA. Wort II
asl l*.:1 Anritsl rrwwiia:
eltr, are a mv MotAcr Metare.
New Iluiidinx Corotniflion are weed .._ DM ells. Aimiate PIr11nNAnsrg
Under F.tlJV. ee Jell beetssi lweel ..- Poultry Ast4ralar Ir.t>> t...w'UUMi turtle*
Repairs fkane MthUif le Ian MMM (.rare' Ielpel'll.a'

Ii. O. BarberCENTRAL : i Ventilated Awning Shotten ere ae *IkM M" .(-.,....ArrMta Call .mrIs II Oil uanuttoa G r."" |-..,lr rt ('aitaalat

WenRyas 155501.5 14155pal'
lope below.Wolcome Florida. East Coast Fertilizer Co. .l

CONTRALTO.. { i Manufacturer of 'r

George N. "'IMcHuglt bcierBISCAVNKIiani Wagon "m' U1N) () KUANI rERTILIZCllS"

|Jeepcd and Insured Hoa e.tcad-Ph. 17C-W ; MWW1lo1S539lo'A"uuMr ;
.Phone 16 Henry ILPrufccn. Mgr
; llomestcad.'I''la
I : TCU UOUKSTCAO 751.. : .
Ii i J *. Geraldine Champnty t

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Mr and Mr RIMY Witty CIx )tr. Md Mrs StMttar )t. '' Mr. ad Mr M J T bless Quart* tt. wt. at UN sew. LEADER-ENTERrRlSE Friday, Mar. SI. 1MO-5 .
Angela hv been tpcndln Crouch of Mlanl mvnd last and du'hter. Mb Virginia. of Mr ad Mrs. T J. rtUavmhWOT
ten day hr M houe guests CII weekend to the. IMUncar hear monad thin weak M their. row. Mr and Mr*. tank MG.nnp Mar
I In and Around I Mr and Mr. WalWr a Fttan. .I the etnr .C Mowry 4r. aed..1 hm ta Miami .,. MI Mn. F. at lad ttanet. MMah.. 1IoIneateed; Mir AWl HcCord.I\ met Harrelao .Prfte4. lleitivrt
|1rtp City; Mrs. John HkkMtiNwwi rram9rhomb i.. M.n"I.i ..
of Newly rd. After aiitMta. Country Club rd D Moek and *M.liMr, III ill who had ,hJrt iwlurw**) tNea i a I
)*: Mn Mali Mad. Wll- nimkrr. Klouiw TU
_. .... m
I throughout lad aria Mr. and Mn I Jol>ae iwct Ui more month ty in N.
Wltor IR Sunday lor a trip Ie Into heats hears en N,I IW.
Mr NOM . .
Kilkic of BalUttwr* '"
Homestead Havana and Hoi Spring baler. baa Just arrlvtd to sawnd three Plow M. .kr*. W. T Mick' Ml pearls..
I returning home Until his rent month with her mi-in"tew and day for her how" Ht Uw*., Del lubber
retirement, Mr. WiUy wa nun. ........ Mr. lI''f.lra!' Cecil A.MtOM. Mr end. Mr fUy wtd )U\u,! after a visit "her at tw ..... II Country i
acer lor 41 year of the Fred .". aW >*'tr thiwyer have moved Into th4r nw home hr _.In.I.w and 4utMt Mr.MIl p pr
-- --- y-' Harvey Hotel. and ItwUurantyttrm. M de\lllltor, Cvrcha I> on ll.i>e>r>an dr in Nr4. Mr. A. r Arthur.Mee. By IWUy .,
Qondabl ae Pete Morgan al.| Mr. and Mr. W W. Crawford -

tended a convention of the Conubla ot San Diego are parents of a I .Pearl Mereh' at a.t.1II.
end Justices\ of the Peace daughter Cathy Dial, bun Lurien Bouchard who farm I .
; on .), arrived Wfwnwitay tic i.'
AancteUon In trowel over Ihc I Mar Ie. Mn Crawford ti the her Oil year on the Et Glade Have You Found It? slay .hen.Spendey.
_koft'd and took two dill ol. former Miat Nina Dyel. daughter left Saturday for his home In
\ fpeelalUed training ot Mr. Md Mrs E. J. Dyal of Upper FrenchvUle Me, wh..1
Itomerivad. Mn. Dyal Who has h* farms in autnmer. I Hidden in your chairs, radio, beds dollies, : two week In NarMtt '

Walter Wahrenboiff; WM InJured been apondmc reveal weeks at kitchen sloe, all around and the greatest at the home ol Mr. and '
Mr and Mr. Ralph ChrUiUai II II Gmham are Mr,
e Sunland lie Crawford home, WM ea. amount right in the walls of home. MI"I' II
'rl.t jour Oryik-r vf ChulUiwota and
. and their aon-in-l and daughter <
. Crovti when tho blew off ai pectod home lart night.
;i purll tin and broke had left leg Mr and Mr. Jeai Median What are we talking' about The hidden children" Jab and Dttbb,.

Just above the ankle He won Mr, and Mu.. Ji'I'n Bauer moved k-n. Tuesday for their home litfrtrolt money sou hate invested in your home and -- I
I taken to Jamrs Archer Smith Satui lay into their new CBS after a visit at the hums household Roods! that has increased greatly in Mr and Mra a W. Ilibig letMonday I ,
of Mrs.. ChriiUan' lor their hum In Chi
*. Jlospllal by a Turner an,'.u hone en Bauer dr.
:::... law and kiateK Mr. recent years.Docs raga after a vliit her with, Ml I tI.
M. Moor of PolnwtlU brolheteln-I and Mn, Edw/ L. Krone tiniut
ChrUtlani had spent your present property iiiMiranic: afford *, Mr and Mr* llrbla are<
at the Moore horn and you full protection at toda)"'* increased >U>l>|Miig over In New Di leas..
Bona had spent two week thereMr . tatuch We hue
a plan that make it easy for I.Y"u I.
Mr, and Mn, t... W. Nk'hullt"'d
1, and Mee.. J. D Seat have you to know. Let Hit cheek sour Inoiur! nre. Etcry In.'ellr-uld daughter' l Burr

bought a new home on Robert Two Minutes\ Someone's Home Burns, na Marie, hav moved from tan.
I' rd. aouth ot N W. Sixth it MnScat ads to their hone at UI N Ml. '
and their two aona Scotln Seventh II tNcttcomrri 'I ( "
o and Butch have moved Into there, John H. Hale
r new residence while Mr. SeMI hero, are. Mr anMf < '
U employed a* a bulldozer open ,,
Wm. Stoner ot Naples 'hn
attar In South America EVERY !Form of Insurance ire rt| muklng their home on Ilauctr ,

I tn Mr. Jack Wilkerion left Tuel.1 'i

day for her home In 1110 N. Federal l ) Hwy, llomotcad Phone 315 I hat t tr
n ff With almost methodical regularity WI heir G*.. after a viiit here at the home Friw Kacrhd taro 11ot\ tt
I ot an uncle and aunt Mr. and I flu at Ma homo In Rrdlund ti
... /L or read of startling new discoveries lo medicsloe. } A. O Cain Mr. and Mr*. Cha. i

1 The pace of progress in research hog Wilkerion of Claxton, ton and I Mr Imd Mr*. Hcrlx-it law o t t''
accelerated.Jlundredsoftrained daughtcr-ln'Uw! of Mr Wilker-I : fort Pierre spent the mock-eix I r I II IJ
i \ 1 been greatly
son, recently visited at the Calr I We Specialize in : In IVirlno a* houne fonts of
1 ''It :: people are devoting their lives to orgsniiedeiearch homo while pern1in a hone,. I llicir' xm and dRuahlt'r.ln.l.w.Mr N LI

.1 t:4.: / where there wa but one a few yes. noon at Miami Beach, I and Mri pill IxvMn -

. ago A* loon II the vilue of a new drug ha* y 1 --
1 Mr Willard E. Dlllcj)'
Mr. and .
1 (,,;... .\ been established i II mid available to the medical pro. and daughter, Jean, were called I .. >. NY Frank, arrived Ilkhitdt Moixtny nf Syraum t to< 4

- t' ,ti fession A chronic condition from which you bare beta this week to Newcastle, Pay l b, Car WashingCar Mini (her parent, Mr and Mn.

t t.: }r suffering mar yield to a new treatment today It i fa wiser cr the Illnena Mr Ditley of Mr*I II. Dillcy naturalist i I' Mime, R Nrubg, Maw Richard. I
will bo jiiinisl her next wrrlliy k
'! '. ,than ever before to lee your physician regularly once 01'j Svciglndci I National Park. I' Mi nit IlIlrdl and llulr ton, 1

I . twice a yes,. We take pride in maintaining complete Margaret Kic San
Mr. Ryan nf 'e''
'j stocks of the newer medicinal agent, ready lo acne you rrnnclsco 1* here visiting Mr., I /N.N..w N..N INN..N.NJAMLN .' 'i .:, .I,.

'. ,,00 the order of your physician. //tnllh Kinsman, her friend shirr ARt'l1Ea: IIMITiinusrrIAI. .'" .
I Waxing tonic '
1 girlhood[ day*. I ................................... ,
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AHI CONUITlUVtD Mr. and Mn R D Lang. wad'
; births 'i1llrnd
new and) flattering the )1arg
winter In Oouldi .
MInt the
have To Mr. and' Mn Bryan 'nillani
to supervise their arming lnteivkti HiiniTOUail; a aim on Mur 21,I collar that IUIH-IS to a V at your waist.
::Glades Prescription Shop left Saturday for their To Mr slid Mrs Roy Camplirl, One of those hccominh dn'l\lc! that always
'1 liume In Park River, N. D. Lubrication I..f OoutdH, a daughter on Mai
.. i t > '.. feel BO cool) and riRht. Of all combed,Sanfoiizcd -
HOWARD JOHNSON, Ph. 0. Mr.. Miller Croat left fehwr.el PallrnUSuimry .
r 'It N Krvme Ave Phone lie> 7 for her tame in Chlcagn after 1 -Mr Mail. Mutilncr ,I broadcloth by J, P. Steven! Pink*

!i' a viol l with her stepmother.' 'loud i City. Mrs Furl RcmlnjMII blue maize, aqua. Sizes to 15. $8.73.Burton's;).
Mrs. J. M. Ilolferty of Soon \ ,HAnna, "'rla mid PnuKuiikky I
AllapattMlt Garden En t'Uule. Homestead; Mini Dianilluir .
4 Mr. Croat plan to top for rvial /IIialiNhMcdual
Rives Standard Station
In Atlmit i I Mis Eva D>'monrt,
I /Irons Sdiinill. Hilly Perkins.i
Mr and Mn Den lick have KROMt; Bad IIOMtSlttU: Plot
returned to Detroit after a vlnil\ -

fk I- here at the home of Mr and I Msee1aeclrieras: !!
; Mr. Goo Pitta. Ii r I l r I t'cmplrle fkparlnirnl Rlan

lIf , - -- - - IIOTI'OINT .__u ___ __
Y Mr. and Mrs Bilnn Lyon and AITUANCES: I
daughter Wanda, have moved
Into their new home on N W. rrlnrrtnH. Th 111cr. I

To Prove You Can't Match a Fourth H. went pt Robert rd. Overseas Transp. Co. .>rss!a: ao:>eb I Open 24 Hours A DayMIM'IIKS

Mr. and Mr. Cha F Berry r
. of Johnstown, N Y.. left Monday I . ; : I'.U'KKI: )
of ten days In /
after lome.a tr visit d. Trey) will atop at 1'or" Kdrly-riKinir J rMirrnun: ,

FRiGIDAiRETaster Sarasota before rclumnt lu Jowl; Sirloin Steaks, 'Imps Shrimp,
; ohnstown.Mn. I Daily Freight ServiceHOMESTEAD Immediate ServiceReasonable <(Joldcn<: tiled i Chicken'

,, J. H. Pope .l>ci>t several

Y. Model for 1950.. her days son in Miami and daughter Uiii week, Allen with Prices GLADES RESTAURANT

Pope and M:** Matte Ruth Pope
i ti.a House guo tat week of Mi. WorkmanshipH .
Quality (1* M KKUMK: A I It.. IIOMt.HTl.MJYOU'LL :
and Mr*. R. B /Hampton of South
f Allnpattih Garden were Mr

i end Mri J. E. Ilenderwm ofMem .
1 tff H
0., and ion, Franklin, unit : OU.HIIM'1.HRAKK .
I ii Capt.! and Mr*. J. Edw. llcmkr- MIAMI KEY WEST o
son of Salisbury, Md, and aim MRKKMoron
i I fl111iYOURSELF
i .1 Jimmy. o
: Mr. and Mrs. John Cardillo und
o laughtcri, Mimics Martha and And( Other u
l ; Rose, and non. Fred! left this, MONT KM: AIIUNMENTo YOU WOULO BETA/R,
week for their home In C".IIIC'r.1

t N Y., after upending the winter to Points on Florida. KeysPhone PAINTINGKO1IV o keep YOUR HOUSE 1 t
In Florida City. They plan
retu-n In the fall. IN GOOD
......- RtrAIR:
I Recent guetts at the home ol o
: -- NEAT. : (,'0\'tISa
O Burnham
\ Mr. and Mn D
of N. Krome ave were Mr and 365-W
I' .>. Art. J. Mohn, Mr and Mr*. J" l'rllOhN1ERINUUNIERCOATINU r
Brooks and son and Mr... Elmer' o
Smith, all of Cincinnati, O., end for Pick-up Service .
O'Neal, Mr 0I
Mr and Mn Sam
and Mn J. labell and daughter POlctUINlllNQa
Ii i I Ii Linda, and Mr*. Kate Chalk allot LUBRICATION
i MiamiMr .
o I Tor Your Convenience We Hate Your Every:
2 *. J. II. Lewis. hal returnedto I'hunc :3-3615} OkNt.UI.If'AIIS/
p CL FL M del her home In Mown, Cs., after Miami\ Terminal: 23G8. W. North Ititcr Dr.) Building Need from 'A' to ''.'
Sb..e a visit In Perrlne at the homes A COMM ITK: Hi MrrRro.Itl'MTER
Other ehodela of her sons-in-law and daughter KtRVItl: .
at kw x 1L1re *, Mr and Mr*. T. S. Stone A-A b .U rririwU N-N.lIs"
a Mre1 and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dortctt BUiNiET: MAN IF fRNIRED-
\ Wher...,you Uv*-wholvf FAT AS YOU DRIVE.tllECftrR H-BMlUrrs Hardware u-III 1la.

1, : I the glee of your family,kitchen Miss Florence Baugher ot 0
(:-al: >llIl''' f-r.lnt
*. or budget-b* ivr* to lie the Ocean City, J f. t, arrived year KtRVIOtBirdthevrolet

,P;;';t: new frigId aIr. Refrigerator NEW Improved Mctor.MIM Mr erday and for Mn a visit Walter' at the Baker home of A i i Dr. R. J. Elliott/ 'I 0 0-IHMTIr q-Qu.III: MlnwwkEEakrl.r

':-.i; ,for 1950. See the complete NEW shelves .r* .ll-li mUnum recent guest at the Baker honx Mrwa.d R-I!"' ''''' Nldlng
J\\n line of sire from 4 to 17 ClIo ft. and rvsl-pr*** wad Ed .McMamee of Camden.I .
und) his associate CO t -Mr rrsmluc' lumber" Khelvhii. Hn
a ; -a,. oil the recnom why your NIW spilt shelf llwf rm N. : .'
No. 1 choice h Americas No.1 for Urge, bulky ttm J.BUI (J-I,,... Pr.dwk T-ThmhakH .
Dlckl has been III of In N. 1(,._ Ar.. .
i Refrigerator fRICIDAIREINCW NIW .wlrg.dewn*" ff flu at hi* home at 42 N. W /r. J. II' Rchbcinllic ; I Il.sarakod. ale..Mae 1I-1I".r4. (M.....Ile. V-llpua; hoofIInkrl.r
butter, ch..... amen items ... '
f. I'"I.rgal". 3th f .. II FI.Mh .1'YaraYYJJanha
NEW . .. Twin Ny.O' :
,etch! end Mm ,* M'
NEW ".signwHh 4""ort that stack up, D d iJs1 that I I; nrlllf.JUI1CC opening of 22 Years With '\' W'.rhl"lln;:
I : full-4ngth dr en larger NSW ell.paecslaln| Meet Your I Is I I 0\ their ncwGASTROINTESTINAL Chevroletlielawn 1-llItItt rI. X-XrrlJfft' Heldinga'

ff _Mel, Store.. Tray Worth $7O? 1.-1.......... .r"rlnhu..k (Tree)
See Stand* RrtrtemUr (car M-Mrdhelu' &bl.I"1: Z-Zlp" Sealer
I! CLINICat I ; ;
i;. Corns Inl! C.t tht facts about **&* K re A< ii Face 1. I'_ : ; ..

all: the new Frlgldair models. for 19301 I
t" I i i);:Lronard; w:i1R'tkt' f their offices II I

i! .......sea V 1w e- I --.
Electric Co. a..a W PO- :33 S. Krome Ate. Electric_& Senrlecs ;" -
Major :
5 (.i.ASRS f ; '
i : III N Fl M- Miami n*. Phone ?\ Radio & Rrfrliteratetll. ..

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6-LEADER.ENTERPRI8R Frfaky Mar 31 19101 Ml In a decorated chair bcnmtliFllVfl .'!,
R hlil'Iwll'/
Alter the showfi.I ilum' nii j wu
I.. Social Events in South Dade . . BRIDAL SHOWER HONORS MISS STINGONE ,enjoyed
WHO WILL WBD SAM ACCURSIO IN JUNE I Wedding rake, topped with, j ::1,' In" .r /point of '
latest: .'u"t:: I :: ,\
Mia Phyllis SttegoM who wlU. color achemt uatd
was dee-I ooune. IM ore*, cream pulls, P j
TURNING) WINDMILLS, TULIPS CARRY f Junior clan, was rtaponalblt I EASTER DAY SELECTED FOR WEDDINGOF wad Sam Ao ur W In June was I oration of Uw kail. When otoklta, candies. sandwiches and
II ICII! planning and directing. the \hafcortd wM a Jlnen and tkigerleBundq ) ) fifta wert >presented., the .cold drinks alito wert served I r_
banquet' and prom. Calvin Web thowtr tvtnint lit the '
draft WM chairman the general .....Vta. City rarmen Recreation /1,
Lull/ turning windmill olive and pickle, null, lime fItnlt\etlltlnnle: Hayes theme; Easter Sunday ha* been chosen cwvMony. MOM Margaret dtby .
Ch b. Hostesses Mr
fcrlghi' 'beds" -growing" tulip. and Iced tea. rrJtt. tyoldrum Jr., Invitation by Mir Jail Bojemtor, daughter I will be nwkfr ut "honor; NOTIMM were *
and mural of the Holland countryside Calvin Waldron, president bids; Carmcllo Bommarlto, of Mr. and Mn, Ferd Hitter nf Ernst, .beet roan; and Mill Ann and Ml** Josephine Ac- df
the hOlt claaa, and Barbara / tlon.; AI Simmons, orches l ind a. City lor her marring to McLane, organltt.' urrio '1 1I
give an authentic *tmoTihctV.lo > Bhuler greeted the tunU at .! Joyce Dolar, banquet; An- Charles 11 Connor, non of Mr. I After a wrdJinc; dinner at the A royal blue, silver and wblten.V8"'OMIrf YC f
the Dutch banqutt glvtofrldar door. The addreu of welcome BuaMy, table decoration; and MM. Charles F. Connor of Parkway, the bridal. couple will I'h
night In the cafttotlumbr liven by Toastmaster ) Laff, program; Norton HomtatMdk. TIle wadding will leave on a hon.rnoonour of ,
tie Homeitead High School Watson, Calvin presented a . and Jeanrile Hayes, take plait at I o'clock !111 the First UM slot. Upon Jhtlr return they TO HEAR TALK
Junior clap In honor ol the to the senior time for whom ( room; and Raeford Caker: Methodist Church of :Homestead. will be at home In. their new ON SCHOOL BOND, ISSUE4Mss.
en tor, cleu.Oue.ti response wa made by leen-II Po The Rev. J. E. Jenkins, paHor,I residence on N. E. 11th rt, and M. H. Oallatln will speak
boarded ttt ID-foot Lewis' due preildent. Tarts Member of the freshmen claw' will officiate at the double ring Third 'Ye.Rotherham.. on the May 2 school bond elec-
good ihlp "Tulip" for tr.uporta'i Homestead High School served were Juanita Smith I lon Wednesday night for the
beautiful llwl trustee. and the faculty Jean Dolar check girls, and : Woman' Club of Homestead'Of
lion to l prewar MR. AND MRS.\ RYERSON AND LEE: II REVER
Und of Dutch men and mild In I made respectively by Jut Tom .,, Ann Lewis Patsy Roland I the proposed Issue, 400,000 Is ,
the picturesque! national cesium, ii I. Carl Smith costlerman/ ) of't Walker, Janet Barnett, GUEST SPEAKERS: AT ART CLUB MEETING: earmarked for construction of a j
Tulip. In every color ol the rain. Responses" were liven Althoust Louise Smith, consolidated\ Homeatead-Rrdland \
j tow "I''"'"* la window box** and Jerry Cox on behalf of Scarborough Edna Morris, I Mr. and Mr. Daniel Ryemon, Mr. Sarah llostetti, senior high school, Easter Time
.In bright bed nirroutMitni the arhool, W. K. Bird for the Buaaey, Judy McOarreh, orchid irowen, and Lee IV Rev Mr" Lucille Murphy Carter Miss Mesa Ovid Sullivan. new pres).
three nine-foot wlpdmiUa, and 'taw and Principal E. B. ) Smith Dorli Richard '.r, npert In color photography, Cecilia Ollva, Mia Mary Becker, dent of the club, and her *up. h Flower Time
transformed the (.tag. Iota I colorful burn for the faculty. . ,* Davis, Ann KriMf, and provided the program at Mon. Mir Ruth Winter, Or. Frank porting officer will take over I
garden acttlii toe a IIJ Wlttkop ling to piano Thurman day night' meeting ol the Home- lUurmun, David Lahn, Mr. MeClexkey leadership of the organization at t ,
Mr Order
>'- fort Lauderdale orotbPllra. played by lead Art Club at Dream Acres, and Mr Cave the meeting. , your
and Mrs Ben Shuler
m White Dutch cap, wait or. pl't'll'l1 WILL TELL P.T.A. Mr. and Mn. Cecil A. McClci-
accordion olo Easter flowers
tandy blower and aproni and DISPLACED CHILDREN ke)"'* grove home on Farm Ute early
full blue aklrta were worn by the Nancy Craddock, chairman I !MRS\ WECHSLER ELECTED PRESIDENT I
i check flrli and In*, waltrtite the prom committee ,.,.! The children of Europe' DP road.Mr.. Ryeraon"with orchid ipec- HY BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL W031ENFroacher fromANDERSON'S
Blur and yellow ctndlea Illuminated gueita to the dance. will be the subject of lack men* that ranged from seeds to I
\ tht banquet tablet which Quests, lit addition to the Miami newspaper column- blooming" plant told the life
were decorated with bar Dutch hers of the senior class and and radio commentator story of the orchid. Mr*. Ryer MtII..M.'Wech.ler' elected second 'vice-prealdepl t; : I
dolls! holding 7rwH loupe, Favor faculty' were Dr and Mr., J .)' night at the Redland ton showed colored slides of I president of Homestead Business Mra Roy Haynei, recording Itc.rt'tlrYI ..I oe le;;:t
wan tullpl and Puk ....*. 0It T. Wilson Mr. and Mra, W T. A meeting Mr. Bell has choice specimens from their and Professional Women' Mr. Frank" Kent, corresponding .We;1SabyD.cka. f
the menu 'w.rt fruit tup turkey Bird, Mr. and Mn. Ben . two trip to Europe for lathoum and pointed out In.: Club at the annual meeting Monday Morris, treasurer.Ht'rttlr"n4!; Mra. Mat thereateb Orchid Flower & Gift Shop
and dressing mashed potatoes. and Mr, and Mr. Witlkop.Mri Information on living erlted cilia In the hybrid She Ca lie '
,nd and carrot*, rolls m :I evening in Sacred -Heart Time and plan of the Inatatistints
gravy peal Florence Rives atxmsor! the camp liso gave a demonstration of the clubhouse I glee'
banquet will be' announced N. Krome Ave at 3rd St. i
making nf an orchid coruge. I Mr*. Oil Willa.wa* made tint later by Mra Kent, retiring president ..... A"' a' Phone 651 ',
Mr. Rcver explained the flexl- vice-president .
;:2 Eleanor I
chrome proven which hag just -
i been> put on the market, told
how It differ from the other I I
4Ij methods of reproducing pictures
.McLendon'sREDUCTIONS In color and exhibited a num.her PPK
j; of specimens of his art Mr. :
{ever, a former New York man
ufacturer of cosmetics has livedon QW,
r his grove home on Coconut
Palm dr. since ht retired five

years ago. Color photography,
once his hobby, has now become
ill profciilon and with his on- 1IGU1E

k n-liw, Erneito Oonzalei, Jr., he a
operate an authorized service
station for the Eastman Kodak \
A .e, At ,
Mra. Ellen H. Miller of Coconut -
Grove, a pupil of Eliot
O'Hara, was present at the moot-
Ing and exhibited several watercolor
paintings that won Intern LiijigP
and approval, .
Mrs, Robert J, llelRtermtn,
r program chairman, introduced :
1 i the speakers, and Mri. W 1 D.
Cave, """I.nprealllf'd., . t
Through the ale of email I
alntingi donated by member,
i1 ,
" '\ the club hat (4171 to upend for
art book for Lily Lawrence Bow J

., Library, the president. slated (
...i"k, .. .,..... .........1... al I' 'r"... wmrd.r.msam". ,- *; PI era.*. N<'CW ltX..., !.trL J. T. B
.t'r. McElroy Mrs. II. A. Ekberg and I 1r I
I Mr.*.. Maud F Chandler, the hoi-
: : 1 teas group, served fresh tropics
of % fruit ilIad, banana nut bread and
:::::: : 2 0'' Russian tea.Outstanding. ,

In the floral decoration )
" wan a huge bouquet of tof
L .' set t . golden,' ripe rowapplci that, ;

graced the patio table.Among .
t those present, not already
mentioned, were: Mr: and PORTABLE.cNJ Ii
: : > % Mri. Ted Stadig, Mr. and Mrs. .:
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:: qO a. \ Alfred Miller, Mr. and Mr. Kenneth
f. 1. . Llnke, Mr and Mfl.'Oon.
. . tales Mr. and Mrs Ben Archer .: <<
Mr. Frank Webb, Mr*. Mettle .
I. '.'
. Webb Mrs. R. H. Done, Mr, ,
Chris Petersen 'Mrs Prestlon

' .. I '; \ B. Bird. Mrs. IL M. Pool, Mr, f . ,
I' coat suits L. 1. Yclvlngton. Mrs. Ralph )
Klngman, Mr. Margaret Ryan, I
Mri. F. J. Lottich Mrs. H. M You'll See .it Advertised .
Perkins, Mr*. R. a Brown, Mrs. I
,. .' gabardine dresses Adria Cheney Clemmer Mr*. 14: fn LIFE TIME and ;II
Lena Link Mri. Tom I
Blakley4r ,
t \\ \ thf *. Jan Sweeney, Mrs Jaa, hp' Saturday Evening Post ,t

F :4' : .. crepe ..dr8SeS'I( .
Benson Electric Has
I :
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: I' , .. HOTPOINT

..... skirts 1 .
\ '. :":" ..>. : Princeton, Ph. 441 I AI: FOR UMITEO TIMI 1 1r

<..:a.:,. T}; .. 'Junior: Regular and,Half Sizes ;


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-, SI 8. Krtnt Are

McLendon's Member of the Horologlcal 1, xal Jd1 ,

Institute of America k
7 J' 1

: \ I 9So. Krone Ave.. Homestead : Watch and Jewelry
1 .
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/i4.;;'" 11 lp,f We egW ..lg Antleer'II1a-n.1IC'Raaenthal Eagtk" China ItallaB, ( e ONLY A 'LIMITED; NUMBER SO HURRY-HURRY : I

C Haad.klewa CrystalS

Old 'fathloa goodntlll r 111I11.11 Cryatahrar CENERALELE'CTRIC

The friendly store where ,

. . A brood. baked i the customer la treated with :

for thouwholiktafirmUxturtd e t courtesy Sty goodbye the 4hk.ail.k9' tW9aryl' Year your U water (oat end plug fatto a befrhal
ip WIleO of a Ir"ilM ** ewe genuine General. ovtIet end tie. I* k done .
I . !! k With" 4''''... ....
( Electric ...'"* *W.lW '* $40.00 .his Men were. *.'+wee. P..s end palll tpMUhfl clean. .
xf p r DU rwi ..... thai MfK>nIV advertised! price % Army, M Sloeme Oo-.tro.. Diskwas6eg. Ithur. h mw.

J loaf with a rich old Your Old Stove Is Roillp M rout oink reds. needed A" Away wkeq* IHIe down cad the .meet Itnitut weekly,
Mt M 11M, Rei Out h a sew .keetfae. .... tjer4 yL:5:; : -

ra nfond flavor 1r Worth $70 tnwa H. .......,_ r"'.V*l. last ttoatct t*

let Hatria lefricmUr cab l

use, r Marge A< ee raft 1.

Benson Electric Haa WRIGHT ELECTRIC

Philco! Appliances
1G1 N. Krome Ave. Homestead Phone 288-W .*
1Maceta.. Pk N'

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1 1<' BEN HOUSE MARKS SIXTIETH WEDDING 1"nND-TRl. 1T PARTIED Present. In addition to the hwlcce LEADERENTERPRttE Frilly. K& U. 1-7 I
r ANNIVERSARY HONOR GEORGIA VISITOR, > end the hmtor 'u*4* arm'
I Snd.tht--rll', ps?lirs in honor, 11. Mr Chat Oust\'. Mr Tom]I ..... .. ...--. ...
rgrg than fifty friends called Smith and Mi" < H F T.oiler I NICELY LOCATED CBS borne Miscellaneous
. 'f H Urvus ol MI
of Mm J <
''ff, ceafratotete Mr. and Mr*. M Mt and Mr' Kent and ron Mat .... on lots UC II I. MM** toa ... .
who ThuixUv
r Ga were mi
me given 11
situated .
It wotfM
; : ;; :
t JLn4 who celebrated theliwedding here nine years ago to make I Friday of tail week at the home,1:1
.***at f pwwife pled.1. .
MIIiIO ...
. an.iwvraryelkmoon their tome, were aaarrM Mar of Mrs W r Dorartt and MrsP itr MNa--. ierefeaAS
< work .. .. .
M, tno, near Down la. H Conrstl 1 I | le d Prioaareasonable.
I by ..okURI' -- ----.. ----- _.- ---w- .'.. .......+ ...f |-ft Rafrijaratod ah.w era : Term.Ibedroom Robert! j Broolts,
haw .t their home oa Na- Card of Thanks $100; Thane FamIne 74641tlertrolux Robert rd. just north a fm\
MlSfl ............... .... (pail) CBS hotne on bit Orbit Florida Clty. PboM tM-W.
lot near arhooL Total price
Basket rrangementa of Qer..i I ;' The famUjr. .f B. Larva Smith I ...- ONLY lIb00ava
cleaner' t'OMpIttt1111.I0
Len* dalale and ether cut now Rudy (losgmtn Afent
I wfahee to thank Via rusty frieadaand and 129.$. For Information .
4 rs carried out a pink a white neighbors for their klndneat. phone ....n. (pmll) SEE THIS BEAUTIFULLY ram Berne timereaweiMMreace .
1or edieme. The tint wen sympathy" and great helptsbss. rURNBHED! l-bedroom home at. CAe, UNg4 ,
l'; epaaUd In tin white-ioed cake during then days .t eur Fat sear school. Large enclosed | W. ....1.. -Hieautia.
10.\ hosted la pink Mae deelgn ends sorrow and loaa. Coma and get your Taster gift jalousied porch Bath and I (rroarher Real Estate Qftke)
the home-made cookie and MRS EMMA LAS!: SMITH plant Begonia, thorniest cacti EXTRA lavatory Landscapedyard hue tIS-J er M4-
African violets\ etcMr .
,y he punch served by Mr. Ida AND FAMILY. vplirlaa. with barters TOTAL
Maud Chandler, PRICE ",000 with LOW

I. BLAUS ..... ........ .. Palm dr and .kouaa wt'St" Tennrd. MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Homestead Glass C*-d.w to}
\ r. AM aosrsIT (mllU) all purpose We do ateet .aa|
HOME SOimiENAIt For ltent glatlng and gluing' or all typee:
..... .... ...-.............. VERY SPACIOUS and UV- MI N. Krcme. PhoM 1TJ. '
Mr. and Mr. D. P. Blake en.. Jaeger Irritation pump with ABLE home on 1 lots. Job. .. .. .
pertained at tea Wednesday after. a a about tSO ft of 4-Jnch aUp ousted front porch,living room -
Vfcoon' at their home Southernalr,' For rent: Two S-bedroom new,, )Joint pipe, 1121. M. L. Peterson, with. fireplace' dining room Myrtle's Beauty Hh.,

'an honor of Mr. Miller Craw ..ndI' .rs., ,... newly-frunlihed duplex apts.Multi 1 Rt t. Box 101, Miami U. (m54)) kitchen I Urge bedrooms, 131 .. tlaalMr A.c HMM ($1eleM
'''Un. Louisa Cmok .f QtioagIrs. .i.iCI'GII only. Ill N. W. lU\ atPK bath. Separate 1-car ........ r rUa JIM Waves
>as been a hours M-R. For aale- IoIovlII,. Miwt sacrifice In GOOD LOCATION and -sees tIJ*. Dwraa $...
null gueit of her stepmother,, priced right at 0.5110.
apartment electric slave elacMc \ Ea* $11
I' :L :. M. Halferty, and Mr*,' .,-.,., Ilegea. refrigerator.' Both $181. .ThIM Myrtle Bwntethw, Mayo
Irooki la visiting at the home of or' 5J1-W. (riU4)) ON TEN ACRES- acre la>
tr. and Mrs.. H. J. Armstrongteeent I 'j Pit. ITI-M, Writ Bauer dr. Rt LImN, I acres In Avocadoa I
besides those mentioned,, 2, Box ITS, Homestead (mSltf>)> acres of glade land Price
cere Mrs Ella De Young and Mr. $4,190.! Terms.
i .Free eatlmata. Ph. 2U-W-I Interior and exterior McLean.
irmstrong.f l-bedroom furnished apt In FlorIda Homestead (pm4) Un<. Phase "$-1'. (piOl I)
Sunday dinner guett at 'the t 30 Acres east glade
1 Qt/ Gaa range, refrigerator
\ pUka hems were Mr. and Mrs VNDERCULTrVATlOJ.
hot water utiliUea furnished 8EAUTU'VL ORCUIDS available! terms. Expert watch and jewelry reps.,*
lobert Moore of Dahlonega, Cs.. Price IT,800j;
$.$ month Ph. Hl-U. (mil)I AU work Nei'a
Ing. guaranteed
id Mr. and Mr*. T.J. Smith of at all time 1 Homestead Floral |
; (lam! MODEl rMJ and Gift Shofipa ill N.W. 4th at, II 8. Kroma. Phone ilL I"-U

On Friday, Mr. and Mr*. Blake liMITED TIME ONlYI For rant: 1 .or' large room, al' and Gift Sboppa 111 N. W. and FOR OOMPUTlItIAL
I L>era luncheon hosts to Mr. and Improvement! Reasonable rant ESTATE SERVICE eae Wa buy, sell and trade roni.aniplitola ;
*\ Irs.. H D. Long of 'Gould and NEVER BEFORE SO MANY DIIUXI FEATURES year-round. Ph. 17B-R (mllU>)> I For salt t-burner Ftorenca'' oil RICHARD FUCHS of aU klndi Neifl. lea

park River N. D.MNNER "IA. AT SUCH 'AN AMAZINGLY LOW fftlCQV II I range, built-in- even. Reason Registered Broker Kroaia. Phone Hi (gihJ, )
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able. 171 8. W. 1st at (pall) ,
PAtYiMAIKS AIswld For rant: Furnished house, electric Mm IL lid art rare Boger .
/IfJWI Wtchan SI N. W nth It. Registered Salesmen HARDEN-H.uUn.. bMbcapwg,
1 BIRITIDATS OF TWO heal. oven and ksady appluaoa ouch sure on sad of Earl Ctavey. PIINl.. (path) For sale: AU my: Rhode Inland lilt N. Federal limp. topsoil petting ail norrack
amomattcsll at desired time aecnng.V hent II monlhi old. Silo lb. till. Ph. S49-R Write XL po
i. 414A
A bmll1 dinner party at theborne Phone IIS P.O. Bon HI .
of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. d TITANIUM PORCELAIN ENAMEL EXTERIOR and downstairs aptReaionabla. live weight No drenlng Oeo, Homestead ;
Upstairs, apt.
Bow, E:, Avocado dr. (pm24)Ph. ) Member of Chamber
I $ 95 but whiter, brighter
Reiini longer give
Schowalter on Mar 13 markedthe 189. chipping: ; Corner Roberta rd. ol Commerce
birthday anniversaries of AND VOIR appearance. and Coconut Palm dr, Phone
,.1011'1. Schowalter and an uncle OLD STOVE V ATTIACTM rULUWIDTH PORCELAIN LAMPII. tSI-R-1. (mSltf) IGN Iknuon Electric HaaHOTroiNT

F. Schowalter. Highlight of *. two lights; Includes electric clock with liner 5 5lIerman .
menu was a decorated birth which control automatic: operation of note an4 Upstairs apt. for l'Ouplltrl.. 509-W 19>> acres on Bauer dr. $250 an
10.' cake topped with lighted A $259,9S VALUE : owlet I acre 10 acres on Epmore dr., APPLIANCESGROVE
appliance Lull Filch, E. Kings Ilighuay
Marks $150 .n acre. Lot on Redland rd.
betides the honoree V 3 WO UTENSIL DRAWIM-Here's of extra Ph. 4M-M (mill> I'Ia. ..a
BI'IU A plenty I near Bauer dr. $30a J. M. Bauer,
P were Mr, a F. Schewslter Mlu IIV fin tf tf sy r fAS l prong space for most frequantljf said)kucben.leowlsjHARRIS Rt 1. Eon 438-C, Homestead, Fla.
Joyce Schowalter, R R. Scho1 For rant: Small furnished house WIl'
waiter, and Bob and Paul Scho REFRIGERATION CO. for couple. Near aciiaol Harry CONCRETE BLOCKS all sires, GROVE M Carl ,'
535-W (mil) Bruoa'i Block Co. Naranja) Fie Rt I. Box' H ttMnartead, (old.
walter. Cooper, Ph. $815 total ash cost!, will put Lelchwortk placv'Vlnga. kwy)
I Phone 571. Into nice imtUbuilnesj.
you a paying
t GARDEN CLUB 140 N. Krome A>e, Homestead Phone 196 I Upstairs apt, :2 rooms, $;JT( month See ua about this Plane 127-X-W. ((4lfi|

: aummer rent. Mr*. Maud 20 hlvei ot bee In good condition
WE DO rellabl) rates
Chandler. Silver Palm dry 2nd Enough additional equipment, Brdland I acres preferred, !location repairing.'
I Woods MoCroVy Ar,
ELECTS MONDAY SEE N NORGE BEFORE YOU BUY house west of Tenn. rd. (mSIU) for expansion to ft hives; honey bearing avocados, large eada. (dIU)

tanks, extractor, etc. More than frame modern (arm haunt,

Election of officer la slated by I Clean furnished 4-room apt., post of lINe can be reulised from $7,000 Term. Wa buy old f<*l Teeth, aid Ttagl,
with porte rorhera $41 a mo. spring Key honey flaw Price watchei. e*. MeU't, 19ft.a.
South upper psde meeting Garden Monday Club night at in a a Mr Eva OoUIni 8i...yna dr tlfiO. Ph. S04W (13)) You win agree thli la coon Phone 11$. (oU-tf)

the Fruit garden and Spice center! Also Redland two Close Out Saleof Ph.and 45"03.Federal Highway at Modella(m24tf) ... ... +.-v........ ......1;.. Choir S. I 1. bearing t acre fruit comer l-bedroom rear I), SEE ,ALEX LAN1EH for *'II

I For Half Real Estate drilling Corner Krome are
, delegates will be appointed to I bath, furs CM, l-bedroom
the annual convention of the ... ........... .-.......... and I bath (um. CBS ruttage ind N E. 10th at Phone U4WW. .

Florida Federation of Garden For rent New 1-beJroom furHlahod home and 10% Income Invent. ..... ... .... ..........,. ........
Club Used Trucks house and garafe. Venetian TO UT-OR TELL ment-all $12,500, and term Personal "f

. blind. Ph.,' electric "'' (m4)MOmonthly. farm, '.Pmlnaea. or Nesltencoontact Eleanor FroscherRealtor ....................-.........
) Club..Enjoys ,. ,..., ....- ,:\-r* * WEST'S, a NatlwiaOrganisation
Now'that the-farming 1 is about we find oursclvet with' buyert from
From Durham" EnglandAt season over I, Charlie Ferrenta, have been
For rent: Bcdrpoma, home rem- Stale WUTS.: J. O. Prea-
few used hand than like''U have. vary 247 S. Flagler. Aw. \locking> for my wife Calhfrln
with trucks
this .-eek', luncheon meetIng a more on. we fort!, cooking phone, hot water line 114 B. W. 14th Rd. Miami 'errenVa *r any Informaiuia Of
of the Soroptimlst Club of Therefore we are having this clearance sale which will begin gas stew furnished Adults Fla. Ph S-2150. Berntrdlne Martin, Rodr flees- her whereabouts for the pait''tout
Homestead the Seminole Trading A C. Scuba W. Bauer dr Ph man, Jim Fraser, alrmen. month Last lima I saw her'sMwas
!Mar\ 31st and continue through 8th.
I7-M. (mil>)>
Post, two letters were read For tale: Ranrh-ityle de luxe Ph 2IJ-J, S2-J.. working. In Margaret Ann
that had been written by members I l-bedrnom CBS home featuring dose and was living at Trow-
of the Soroptimlst Club of 1919 Chevroletton Pickup pleasant room, food bed: private natural wood psnellng Ilriutl- bridge home Any Information
Durham England, sister club of entrance, adjoin bathroom tully furnlslied :2 luts. Total prior of whereabouts' will be appreciated. .
,the local unit. Several other Durham with shower, Vi block to S eating 15800.( Terms. Writ. to Charles Per
letters are scheduled for the 1918! Ford 2-ton 2-speed rear axle places 2T N. W. Tint' it. ECHOE JOHDAK r nta, II l Boy .14 SU Brooklyn.N : .
near future. I (m24tt) Registered Broker. Ph. 7&S-J Try Us When You NeedA Y, If you IH this, Catherine;

Next Tueaday'f meeting will be 1916 Chevrolet Mon stake body I (mN) Haircut or plow. write or tome back. I mill
devoted to business.TO For rent: l-room apt shower, you very much (mll>
For sale: 40 acres high pine good

BHOW faA VEL FILM 1911 Chevrolet IJMon flat bed Ballard gas atov, lit house Adulta. W. of only.Seaboardon J. L. for 441-J-l avocados, mangos 463-R-4 or lime Shave .............. _........... -
Call or (j jl2trDenJ. >)>
A travel film "Land of Con- Avocado. (m7-tf) Haircut _.__,, tie Wanted

trait, will! be shown by Mr. and 2-1912 Internalh'ionals l%-ton flat beds have __ ..,._._. lieShanpee .. .........4 ...................
Mrs.. Wm. Wagoner, newcomers .............. ...............
here at 7:JO this evening In the' ). Warren Morris (Medicated>)> 1WFacial
education building of Homestead 2-1941 Internationals l%-ton flat beds For Sale-Miscellaneous\ Registered teal Estate Broker Pack .,-_ 18aMassage Wanted to rent: Large garage or

Presbyterian Church. Mr. Wagoner ............. ............ (eUia) MiQeaablMUoa Address barn to Box store A-I4T farm. Leader-En-equipment.:
will comment on the one-
hour full-color film of their 1911 Chevrolet IMon' flat bed Protect crop agalnat aclerotlnla 10 acre glade land at intersection Facial ?__ 7Se terprlse. Homestead. Fie. (pal

travels In Canada, Mexico and (bean mold) and reduce fertilization of oiled rd. and gravel TeaitaMMlacke lit

the United Staten 1910 Ford r/-ton; flat bed coata. Limited amount of rd., 5000. Trta _........ lieShantee Position desired by college ra The public 4a Invited and a Arro Cyanamid available for next (Main. ) _, Me uate editorial and typing experience -
free-will offering will be takento all'a crop. Ordera should beplaced 10 acre glada land fronting on 5-day week prelllrllt.101. .!
i help defray expense, 1940 International -ton flat bed at onoa. Call Rudy am.n -- Oiled rd, $4,000. .... R. T Bird, General Delivery,
Mr. and Mrs Wagoner recently 215-J or (14-R, or E. A Homestead. s (pmt))
bought property here on which Ames M2-J-L (pa2l>)> 1H a. Kroma Ava. Ph. Ill BUSH'S
they hope to build their permanent All the above trucks are in excellent condition throughout and

honor ready to go to work.. ,biter Bunnlea'11.25. El RanchoQ BarberShop Benson Electric Service

I Farmlifa road between Coconut For sale: New 2-bedroom CBS Radios & Refrigerators
and Silver Palm. (pal) home on large lot near school, 0,.. CUT Ban

DensoA Electric Has Bird Chevrolet Co. Total price $.tOO. Terms. (Not Prlnettan. Ph. 441
Philco for sale: BO h.p. Evlnruda outboard ' a project)>>. .
4 Appliances motor. $no. Oa. Pitt. SEE ECHOE JORDAN
f rriaaetra 107 N. Krome CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phono lab Ph. 174-W. (mil) Registered Broker Ph. 7(9-J
Ph. 441
Fitzpatricl Fine Furniture
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- I Seminole-th DOLL NURSERIES Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods I

, t u. & I at Naraaja- Cor. MaeatM Dr. Udlaa4 ... Phaaa. ..t.,
Phone 571-X-J
Breezeway TWO BIIOWS DAILY T and I P. M. Phase Na. MI
SATURDAY sag RUNDAi1 aeths.1U 11.
Admlsaleai Adults Nlcht U'I| Matinee (till I p. m.). ill
Adml.leai AJnlts < >> Chlldreai' seder tea let tea ta tire,... I4e. (Tax {1HI.....)
Chllgraa ta) .ae U A. Crawshaw
Last Times Today: 'Fighting Man\ of The Plainsi'SATtRDAY. George '
Giffen Industries I Inc. .
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Apr. l Double Festers rracraas *'
DENNIS O'KEEFE. City Engineer
"MASKED RAIDERS" Roofing of All KindsPouredinPIace \:" Kow et I .. R M. Twedar and TtandayIfenteateal

r. "DARING "ARCTIC FURY" Gypsum Decks Associated with. Rader KnaHten Ttppatta EngiaMrini Ce.Bulta .'

i SUNDAY Md _SUNDAY*. MONDAY, Apr. _t-I Cement Tile Manufacturing .. Mil BuUdlng

,, "BLOSSOMS IN "ONCE MORE MY PARLINfi-' SoUr Water Heaters i t41'C

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'.. ROBERT CUMMINGS, HOLLIDAY lo"ADAM'S 0 Actmtlctl M.lerials '/
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Mil A. E. WWTI KONOM. MRS. JAMES A. BROWN TO BE INSTALLED ben voted to loin the PwrIat 8. LEADER-EN1aERPRISE Friday Mar.f n. 190: I
VISITOR fltOM blTt$11 Civic and the
ADDITIONAL A. la teeUnf the tniUUation -
Mrs A. E. WUU MM 'hostess of traffic tights on u. & 1al DINNERS HONOR[ MIL AND MRS.; 1IEHK,
II Saturday at a deaaert bil.lgr hihams Mr*. James A. Brown will be Mn Carter for the moat helpful Richmond rd. end Hlbiwua ftDlaatoa CHICAGO VISITORS AT KRONE HOME
of her ilKUr-ln-law, Mn InntalM president of the PerrlneM home hint to be submitted by a > of the club at the

LOUIS MURRAY IS ELECTED PRESIDENT Paul. WtMiol OeinM, ..... M ....Ve Dub tI& a beMU.t Mitt of club member To.defray... the oat Mar. tt federation meeting la While viiltlng at Ute home of N.... A. F. Arthur, Mi. ,Hill Mb.J ..
AT REUNION OF II. II. S. CLASS OF M5 the While kq w. bald M Hey II Others gedog the pries, lilt eoen fnewi Miami Woman't Club bultdtof Mr. and M.... Mw. U Krone. Mr. a Brook, Mr and MII A
Into offW will. be .Mn. 0.0. r.Youtxt bar to auhmlt her favorite recipefor were Mrs Oeo. Pedersen Mn. .
Mr ,
Four tablet were In plijr Pries and MM R. W. HeWg of Chicagowere Darks Tower and Mis.
vle.preMdeftt. ; Mn. H. eel to a booklet which Ceo. Walker Mrs Oda Zaohry, honor FrMtf. evefting Edw. Ain, Mr. and Mrs Bruce,
fleeted ban Miller, Mia Geraldine were won by Mn. C. J. Parm.n.M. will be .....
WM MM. J. and Mn. W. W.
Louis Murray W. rrjwr
I I M. Brnwo, Jr ceordiB. aecretaryi .t. 4tan r liven" by Mr. E. NcuWg, Mr. and Mm L W
I High Douberly, Lonnle Horne, Theodore ... H. P. Buehneil and Mn. Nfl R. C. At a repent Meeting, dub mem- PryorPERRINE .
president of Homestead Htfan treasurer; and M.... Walter Wetea, MId they greet,, Mr. and Mrt Rhency and
OrUnedei. and Yates Eaker.IIOUSEWARMING Frank Jf.Ufmen.liVEN Mrt. John W. Chafer, historian, ......
School elm of 41 It a reunion were honor Saturday" evening It. Schmitt.
dinner Friday evening at Slim Mra.. J. B. Carmichael, auditor; LEGION AUXILIARY ELECTS at a dinner given at the Prevent at Urn Rhetiry home
IS C IN HONOR Mrt. Arthur harsh. library Mrt. V. E.Rhenf .
homo of Mr. ) bile,,, thus mentioned,
and Am,. Rcttaurant on Lt chairman and ofloert MRS.\ HOWARD IIACY TO PRESIDENCYIfotpllal wereMr.
OF MR. AND M\ RS. LAWRENCE: SMITH ; appointive I ,. and Mn John B. Towel, ,. Mi
Mn. Kenneth Greer was to be named by Mn. Brown. Dinner gunta at the Wflta
and Mn R. a Klnard. Ml
t, vlot-prtildcnt and Mn. Wad At the Apr. 20 meeting, Mn. Mn. Howard Hagy wa. elected were given by fire Tyrt, home included Mr. and M..... lie- Mn. John Baits, Or and Mrs and
Thompson, aecreUry-trMiurer.' Mrs L. L Cannlngton and Mr. and M..... Wm C. Webb, Mr. N. W. Carter, American hornet president of the Auxiliary of Mn Hagy and Mn. Tommy big, Mr and Mrt. Krone, Mr. Robert) P. Crow, Mr and Mrs,
The cltM win and the clan Mrs Everett Doubcrlcy were and Mn. A. W Undnien. Mr. chairman, will direct a faihloit Marlin Moore Pad of the Amer. Mitchell and Mrt. T. Paul Hilly, Mr. and John H Hale MI and Mr-. Lee
prophecy' wen rand by Mrt.Orecr hottettetei Saturday evening at a and Mrt Leonard Grcer, Mr. and .show and Redtand Principal W. lean Legion, Monday evening. r If. Lehman und MI. and Mn,
and Mrt. Tliompion. retpectlvely housewarming for Mr. and Mn. Mrt. Fulton Sage, Mr and M.... E. Rica will speak on the May I Mn. P. M. Flnley was made vice- MISS GILLESPIE EXPLAINS LIGHT OPERA Richard L. Donovan,
: and plan were mad Lawrence Smith at their new Steve Blondo Mr. and Mra. Ter- tchooi bond intue. In the fashion' president; Mn. Ceo. F. Youngt, I
for another reunion next iprlnf.Amniementt home on N. E. Fourth ave at ril Jonas, Mr. and Mrs Wm. An- revue, member of the club will aecretaryi Mn B. L. Morrow, FOR MEMBERS\ OF MacDOWELL\! MUSIC\ CLUB
of rem and gladioli Eighth tt gellnl. Mr. and Mn. Bert Collx-it. model garment which they have' treasurer; Mrt. J. H Halzllp, hit-
were used for decoration\ of A rose and green color scheme Mr. and Mr., Chat fltncAi-e, Mt., made A prize It being offered by,! torlan; and M.... Julia Wyatt, The light opera form war ex.j Apr. 15 at a locution to bo ai.>. 1 .,.,:tIl1 :.T., "
the banquet table was used for tho refreshment and Mrt. August Rlncorc, Mr. chaplain plumed by Mint Mary Rebecca I nounced later,
Prevent were Mr. and Mn.Louli course of sandwiches, cake, coffee and hire Tory Dl NtUlc, Mr and Mr. and M.... Joe Muttretta, Mr, I Mn Robert Tyre and Mrr.: Glllenple at a recent meeting of .--_ .. -_. -
Murray Mr. and Mrt.. Wm. and punch. Mrt Jark Zimmerman.Mr. and Mn T. Tcdley, Mr. and Mn. John D. Moore were elected to MacLtowell Music Club at the
r. Dicklnwn, Mr. and MM. Luther Invited wen Mr. and Mrs and Mrt. Carl S.. Audoiwui, L. K. Biihop, Mr. told, M.... 1. K. I represent the auxiliary on the home of Ann Mil..... Peterson
Jon., Mr. and M... W. C. Arthur Smith Mr. and MI'I.Ch. Mr. and M..... Wm. Natty, Mr. Itldhop, Jr, Mr. and Mn. Frank directorate of the Perrlne Civic daughter of Mr. and M.... Walter
Tlmmont, Mr and Mrt. Wayne ... Falet, Mr. and Mrt. JameiRobcrti and. Mri Goo Wultton, Mr and Ihmuch, Mr. and Mrt J. F. League Mrt Tyn also wat elected Pelenon of Goultln. David Rogers IW) RATE FOR FIRSTAIDThe
Lawrence, Mr. and Mrt J. M. Mr. and Mn Gerald Mri. M. D. Jacobson, Mr. and Rhodes, Mr. and Mn Clarence i to the luxlll.r,'! executive told the story of "Naughty Ma
Poe, Mr. and Mrt. II. V Sickle Andrew., Mr. and Mn. Joe Bui- Mri Raymond Kuiik-r, Mr. mid Milliard. Mr. and Mrt. Rodney I board. rletta" and played a recordingof
J. Mlu Ardet Partisan, Mlu Bar laro, Mr. and Mri, John Reed, Mn Chan. Ulmido, Mr mid Mrs, ItoberUi Mr. and Mn. CoslmoBommarlto l' Plant were made to hold the "The Italian Street Song" well-being of you-our customersIs
Ulrlo Free, Mr and Mia. J. F Mr. and M..... R. annual poppy day tale In May Bobby Bradley played "Tribal
tJ MRS FRANK RICHARDT) OF SYRACUSE Foster, Mr and Mrs Frank L Irwin .i Huff, Mr. and Mrs Stuart a.j i Keportt on their work ti Sun- Dance"; Dodee Chandler, "Wive our first concern. That's why we stock
II' Mr. and Mrs. Leon Irwin, hugh and Mn, Robert P_Mint. .thine Ladies at Pratt General of the Danube"; Larry Led ford. .
I 4 COMPLIMENTED[ AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON .- -- ---I an arrangement of "Hun/Zortal1l/ so many well-known brands. , brands that

I Mr,. frank Rlchardt of 6yra< Mri Tower. A I'H l I Rhapsody Brookt, "Banjo No. Plrke 12";,."and. Pal., are ..Lacked by reliable: : manufacturers, have

Ni, Y. was complimented t Among the other gueiti Mn. and Ann' the
CUlt Peterson J Maiee" met most rigid tests and insi>ect5oiia.
Mn Cdw, L. Krone, pr' 1
Tuesday at a bridge luncheon I were tea E served Ice cream, brownie and!
f given by.her mother and altter.Mn. : Mri.Neal Mri E. E.A.Paccttl F Arthur Mn., Mri Allen W. glngerale to the 32 members and, You buy health safe-gua "tJIImJ:: ( sick-room
'Bruce E. Neublf and Mill W. R Lounnbury, guettl present, I
T. Atklni, Mn.
The next meeting will be held supplies} with complete confidence here
4 Ray Cene"Neubli. Mrl. Rlchardt+j i Mn. Robert Jienich, Mrs. R. R. I II ,
war honored at bridge yeeUrdiyby I Kinard, Mr.. P. J. Franklin, MriIW. I frf knowing that;
+ : we are proud to the
>'I M.....'Robert Jaenich, and will'I E. Rhcney,, Mrs. T Paul! r, .Ir STIR a MRS. VANN STATE HEAD, .
be entertained again today by her Haley, Mr. Edw. Ash, Mrs, Howard I TO VISIT V.F.W. GROUPS 'I) products we sell. Come in today und! stock
d mother and titter and on Saturday I Lamb, MM J.R. Brook, MriJot. Mri, James C. Vann lUte
I by Mrt. A. Douglait Mltterer, Mrt. Ovid Sullivan, L I president of V. F. W. au'iliarlei,' up on health needs . be prepared' for any
t At Tund',', party,' & Mn. L. 'E. McLaughlin, Mrl L. will make art official visit to the
won by Mn, L, U V .Tower'l W. Ernrt, Mri Juh.i B. Mrt.; Walter. WelM, "'n. Mr. Stanley Witlkop\ and Mri.E. Truer Than Ever'. and one to the Lake Worth
Barker, N.., R. H ( A. Amet auxiliary on Monday. At Lake
A'1'Irid-Ald kit la
Worth, Mrt Vann will be 2.p_ a
fil' NEW OFFICERS OF PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN I BUY THE E/lllll6 AND guest speaker at tho dedication t rA/p livuwhnld "muni"...

::1l INSTALLED: IN CANDLELIGHT) CEREMONYThe ) II I rI and...presentation of V.' F. W. l every well-run have one homeihould Wes

Rev.'Frank L. Elfery, p..- Schmidt White Cross; Mn E J. t Wednesday, Mri. Vann con. carry revered wellknimn .
.1 I YOU BUY THE ferred on plant for next turnmer'i -,
\! tor of Homestead Pretbyteilnn I Norman Christian extension; brandi of
Church, Initialled the new offleeri Mrs, R Y Burr home mission. I district encampment at Miami es fkwt! -dd Items
'tit the Women of the Church Mn. E J. Morrlucy, hornet for Beach, with Mn. Bernice
; In a candlelight ceremony Mar children; Mri W. R. Lounxbury, st110 RTHCOOL fg I jShuman, district president Mri.
I 23 In the education building. Christian fellowship, Mn J. tt -4' Nina Shiver and Mri. France
I Inducted Into office wereMri: II kk IOn, social artlvltlci; Mri. 4 I Morrison, president of the Miami DIXIE DRUG
; Peter Mnyol, president;, Mri A. Frank L. Emery, education, Mrs. < NI Beach auxiliary. For the encampment . ,0
F. Arthur vtce-pretldunt; Mri Ella: De Young, annultlra and relief I Mri. Shuman will be general \L!
A John H. )lie, tccreuiry; Mrt ; Mn Blue, stewardship; Mir I chairman and Mn. Shiver lour. rrlcndly Rexall Mere \;; ,
,A, Blue, treasurer: and Mri D'1 C. F. Roblnnon, literature, and II t assistant chairman. I I'llONE 30 WE DtU\Llt .fJ t
Paul Haley,' hiitorlin Mri Raymond Hippe, all mblr I / I I I L. t I
Instilled at chairmen were: tperlal caunci I .
Mrl. J. M. Holterty, world mla I I Punch and rookie* were nerved
I, alone; Mrt B, Heath Holden, by the hoiteietit", Mil Henry I lilt + : FLORENCEInvites i
spiritual growth; Mri Bruno Prldgeii and Mri James I Unit. dslvr .t IrT . .
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