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: April 7, 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: VID00707
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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09th Year No H HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1960 X Tic 5 Cent



I Nine Houses Nearly Ready for Vet Owners: Grafting Shown) On WTVJ by of S.Mangos J.TeleVIsion Lynch I RECONSIDER REFUSAL 'OR ELSE1; !

The grafting .! ...... aad ATTORNEY TO ADVISE ROAD '
H. 0. Barber Starts on Four More Monday .User nbtnalral. M MevHlan frail ever was4NMMlrale4 ;

Nln. 1-bedroom .' , ." . ... I, ,,.... ,,. 'fi \ RtalUa, 8. J.WTVI Lyneh Tveadar*f tlemealead.reaeairb atiktb 11TH 1 ST. CROSSING TO BE BUILT I
CDS house for ; : .... ,. I .. .. \. .., pewfeea er. el a Mile

b.veteran Barber, 'occupancy alone N., W built Firth by and.II.,I j . .' ,..' ....,.. belany at ttnlverslly ef Flerlda.l.y i "

.r>i exhibited plant speel.Swell .I
avenue between Fourth '
and fifth$ itreeU, neared completion franc the naKmlty ex' I TIIK WKATHEHrw ; The city ceujvtll Monday night

; this, week?,and five will be sjerlmetiUI ferns. W which! he Is a, rages ii easr' w' I Instructed City Attorney Haycock -
dueler, UM ef the .fdiaeaaes :.
"n.ambs. st"
for their owners to move Y y : : to bring -ault against the F.
p . .
Rr and Inserts
and reearn.aneiNlH : suns W < IM Hi,| K.r la.Mar ,
,by Irt'heiOweek.. All wen reserved Ineaaurea for entrLRITE ,, 30.., .13 52 30,0* I d JUUwsy unleai It will r.*.,
prospective purchasers before
or .soon after construction began ,-- --- I Mar. 31.'.. TT 43 30,12 consider III refusal \to permit' .' .
Jin. IT.Barber. Apr 1, .. .71 tll 3004 rajlroad! crossing it the propoeed
announced yesterday tN .._ r I' Apr.I.: , 14 M :300) Actensiftn of it. E. fourth at.
Apr :3.. (3 II l 3002 .
(that .
b would begin work Monday Apr t. $7 61 MftT The railroad's refusal, wsi

I...' the on four tame more block.veteran Limited homer to Apr S .I? 70 2111.7 tr, baled on a claim' \that the IIt1C'1'I' I

'the veteran houies ownership Is"- Oo"jrcr, (purchase cent financed of ..1 FOR EASTERAT I t. A. ROBHT8; LOSES FATHFIC I a"I'lIehlna! Ole arming ot vegetable season would trainsdurtag '

) by the U S. Veterani' K: Roberts of Klsslmmee, create a traffic hazard and that, ,
Administration.. Those built to farm father of E A. Roberts of Homestead the required right-of-way would

In the $6,000 to $8,500' range BAY PARK died Wednesday after ar i; Infringe on sites now used by
..... Illness of several months tunera!
and art paid for in monthly In- -rM<> i* Jwt packing houses.
services and burial will be held I
ataJkncnti of $40 to $43. No down Frank T Moore, 435 Verlan Site- crane if the demand warrants, government in Central and South Fuimlure Cu warehouse, Uird at 3 o'c4xk today In Klssimmee From the audience, F, E.: C,

payment It required of the veteran more; 449, Jesse S. Lottl; 303, and he win begin on another America during the war, Btirbri Chevrolet addition\ to auto reuujlilmu > Mr and.) Mrs Rolirrta) and Section Foreman W E. McLane, .

: purchaser. royal Martin, 815, Hoyt E, Gil- eubdividun'e soon a* he finishes has been operating hers for the department lJilo Tl actor An Easter meusge fur the unIon daughter. Tiny, hIbt'f'" I II IrKlHlmme I predicted that the N. J:. Fourth ',
Each house nearing completion Mia the- four houses h* starts Mon past everal'ycoe. Among buildings Co building and the 'econcl sunrise lervlce at 8 oilmk! Tuesday rt. request would get a chi'ly:
I If In a lot at le'lc feet wide Barber has said he wlU build day ' he haa erected are Itov..1 l unit Of( the Ivovinglun business Easter morning in Homestead:I since reception from the railroad .Id

by 138 feet deep, with yard top- aa many ss 100 houses for vet- .A builder fur ,the United States .,Palm Trailer Park Homes tend blink Usyfront r.rk111 lie brought, view of th. fact !that the city ties
solled and grassed. A cement or F ,_ I by the Rev Alfred lledberg, PHI- COUNCIL don nothing about opening the
tiled walk leidi from the street i her of Silver Palm I Methodist DEFER S N. E. 11th at. crossing granted .
to the stoop, which la In front on ';( Smathcrsj Speaking Set I Couynt Board Employees Here Enjoy I rtiurrh. The young people' of the I l by the railroad months ago,
some of the houses and at DIP MEXICO LOST For. Apr. 20 Councilman Musselwhlte said I
Thursday, romntunlty's churches will III e. ACTION ONCUTINUTILITIES I
sld$ on others, depending!! on the Picnic Supper Given by H. Hcinlcin vent the jtcrlptuie' reading and I i that he understood' that the
preference expressed by the prospective Eight: p. m Thursday; Apr. 20, prayera,. and ranter. anthemi wilt I llth sL project U the next to bet
has been set as the time for, t I
purchaser. a FEE undertaken!
he bung by t union choir and
The house has an area of 730square / TOO THIS YEAR George Smatheri' Homestead appearance the mngiegHliofl. b'i I Appointment of M three-nun I Idtltenl'
feet. Est of the two bed. in behalf of his candidacy committee. lo supervisethe "' '
rooms Is It by 11 tt feet; living- for, the! United State Sen- "The Seven Last Words nn the t>c<'i lmi 1the uuiboversialiiie city rtatlonsl' facilities, andImprvwmsnU u
dining room, 11 tt by 14 feet; kit ate. the Homestead Smathcri-- Cross" will be the subject of a >linii of ihaiging rpnsumen at VII city ballpark I''
ON TOMATOES for nenslor headquarters -' 0'''''' Friday service learn\ I 12 noun, 'the oosU o( intuiting light and
chen-dinette, 9tt by 11 Hi feet.Then ) were \oled. The action was
are nine ctoets and a full nounced. The rally will be heldIn until :3 o'tlmk today In ltnme.stead water was .ileferted' Monday night recommended In a ala-point program
tiled bathroom. Kitchens are the city park adjoining the Presbyterian Church with by the dry council until the Apr. submitted by the council
meditations on each of the seven 17 merhogCnnan'il
ball fieldIVppcr. I <<
quipped with Youngstown or' committee,, ppulntedn work
A second on-the-spnt study Delmar sinks and cabinets and
(Continued on Page Four)
the .Md"an tomato competition: community Organ music will be John 11I added Councilman CallS
with electric refrigerator, stoves,
and with problem will be made In Mar by Tonight presented by Mil M. C 1.5w. Aiulcisoii to the committee

purchasers water within b..tert-OptJon..1, the price r.nlle.1 LUther L. Chandler and Dived Over WEBS and WMIE\ fence, Mrs Whitney W. Deuni sluilying, the question, Councilmen -I $45.000 BLAZE

The (ousel have bock; floors Pearce, rekperlivelyprciident and and Dr, C F Roblhiioii Walter Weiss. t. E. King and
chairman of the tomato division Claude'Pepper will b* heard atII Ail Easter cautats"The'Iph'hne' J. T,, Godwin, and asked the
throughout. and ,class. Jalousie, ol the Florida Fruit and Vegetable o'clock tonight over Radio Station (C lined on Pal TheseiSTATE ) group lo ive the matter further GUTS IIAMUEBS '
wlndoW-! ,,and doors! / .purchanndto !. ..
WGD3: and WMIE tonight .
Association ; After lestweeW4 ... .. ,SqdX epd! l ) .tbliset/ ,
. .. 1 'I1J.cltlOr.;; art slob surface; hi.. ,.; : I '
,...... ..' VPVariouatUorg.'' ,* **** foge.drilWatb, *J Mealaa In bchaUiOl' bls-campAlgn' m..t.t- Anderson at the Mar, ;
Veteran"purchasers\ :of 4he first production costs from seed to election, (\11 (the Unneyl"SistesSenate .. LEADERS, 30 meeting stood out against 1 PACKING OUSE'

VA-financed Barber-built unit market the two Americans were ,' according to announce committee proposal to establisha .

and the addresses they will occupy Invited to Come back after the menU and advertising sent. out ItMlfl I lot J..t tin $100 installation fee to Include W. Chambers. of Narshja U
are as follows: season ends to work with the by hid Miami ;MadqusrYers.IIIIS TO INSTALL FORV. $01 for lights and iris for /Jwater rt"f.1Ith..r he' will\ .
Un r -
N. W. Fifth an.-40ll, Harry S. Mexican Industry for a solution A corn toast and picnic .UI'I"I| | II ferrd, Wm. St. John, GradyWalters Monday night', WeiM submittedan build hit K3.MK modern plant'

Rives; 418, Carol Sweet. of the Mexican-American mar.. was given recently by IlennaiIlelnleln '' J. H. llauiip& Joe I>. Willian'isamd Fe 'W. GROUPS amended proposal drawn 1IpIII ; which wan destroyed by lire Frl

N. W. Sixth ave.-403, Wm. C I keting/ problem MATES VOTEDONOVANTROPIIY for personnel of the local Willard Dames, . ordinance turns by City At- day coon In the mantkn, lie U ,
a Rives; 415: C: E. Myrlck; 423, "Overproduction hurt us both county road and bridge department --- foruey Ira C Haycwk The ordl- handling the remainder ot .
his manon," Chandler said,"and New officers of Arraut-Srmthl/ I'e provides that the consume
+ wo have got to learn to work together of which lie .Is sii|>erInlcndenL be' charged the actual of crop-'about ISO: acres-*
EDW.\ I MANAM I Post and Auxiliary of the Veterans cost at Florida City State Farmers'
hr order to survive. The Arrangement (if colorful of ForelRii Wmi will be Installed materials and labor for Installation Market. The house low

PUBLIC ASKEDTO Mexican growers are learningthat TO BILLY ]IIORNEThe tropical fruiti were used for Monday might by the and one-half. cost be Ii partially covered packing. by J 18,01)0) In
the hard way-this season centerpieces on the outdoor U- BUYS TURNER heads of the Mate organizations. rebated by giving 25 per cent Insurance.
many of them lost money. They biN at Redland Fruit and Spice Commander Robert J Willis of credit on the monthly light and Diacovtre4 by', Mrs. RalphMathirpJTruieetori
offered us whole-hearted cooperation Donovan Memorial .Trophy Talk Beach and Mrs James (', water bills fur a maximum period she passed
BREAKFAST In our study ot their Industry at In FUNERAL HOME Ilnmeslesd. of,five **
Will awarded] banquet A brief talk was made by Venn of yearss.Johnsen the plant about '12:IS p. in. Friday .
conditions, and I have Bamboo Tavern Monday night lo bounty Commissioner Preston U Before the doted Instillation pointed out that the the tire began at the northeast

every hope that we can work out Billy Home, If. H. S. Growera'lu.rd Bird Other special guests weieC A new cliHitl mil fHinllv. room' ('ceremonies a 1 oMmk' nui>|nr Insinuation labor caused Inc additional comer of the wooden load.
an agreement that will help u. be served for 11I'mbprI of cowl to the city as the
t Blake
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BY. CHAMBER voted by tilt team mutes Hie among the extensive Improvements tog platform end roared with Incredible
both I'IlIplo'H. are already on the city
V. Brewster of tlantll.Plclul'C'd planned. by Fclw, L. the groups.Mw speed through the fouryearold .
After submission to the FFVA, ii the cage player who showed above at the dinner! D..amass of Fuel l-Hiidcidiile" whithair >: Weiss will bf liiKtalledrommaniler payroll. It Is not likely thai add). CBS'' building. The .
Chsndler's official report will be the of the mid Mrs. tlonal employees will be required,
(he most Improvement during In the Redland park are: btiuiihl. Turner Funeral. Home post, flarnef gained new impetus' whun I
released 'In full to local growers, RMdford. will be Inducted lie said, an last year's '
Wm. as unprec-
An almost unanimous vote Seated, left to Hunt Frank
season. fiom Ceu.; W. Tuner machine
The public is Invited to Red. they reached the waxing:
a '
ho said. It will detailed .
cover a of the auxiliary.Homestead '(Continued; nn Tags Four) I
land District Chamber of Commerce study of production costs from, was received by Home who 'lost Poppell, J. A Hester C. F. Wald- In ofieratlon nf the business, president and the stock of trite rnuterluls.!

breakfast to be served at planting to market Including the much cage time last season because ron, Joe Taylor, Hoyt C. Gillette; which will still br known aTur Four unit of ,the Dade Count

I a o'clock Tuesday morning the handling ot tomatoes through theCustoms of a broken collar bone\ sUndlng-S. L. Dickinson. II HFlUpatrlck npr runeral, Home. llrminm. will l>a Student Bands: Win Ratings in Annual fire department H well\ a* the 0
chamber building on N. E. First For the study, Chandler C E. Dullard. FredA. assisted/ by his wife and the present Homestead fire department n"
ave. A prize will be given to the and Pearce mad their headquarter -! It was announced that her* Mowry, P. O. Tyre, Commlsiloner Turner personnel. District 1 Contest for High SchoolsFlorida sponded to the alarm, but the I
organization which has the largest fn Mosaics, Arts, center of, after County School Trustee W. Bird Q N. Pierce, Jens WOmen, Chan.. UeWitt, high winds bad fanned'(he flames
percentage of members present operation for the West Coast Of R. Bird will sponsor the school's Peyton Wilson Poppell, Merman Simmons. Tomm'l to such proportion that the

4.. says C of C President Richard '- Mexico Tomato Association. banquet and trophy for the most Ilelnlein. A graduate of the and Ttedland Mhon) bands, Otto Kraushaar of building and its contents were A I.
Fuchs. Improved player. Not pictured were Ellis Kelly,J. loge of Mortuary Silence In Inc,, bands and Individual member Lake Wiles Roy Wood of Winter total! loss. Part of the record .
Coffee and doughnuts will be dinnaixills, nianain. has been Haven and Miss Dorothy Parker were caved from \the. .IffIce but
This year' banquet and trophyare won ruling In the annual Distrlit -
'I served without charge. JAMES C ANN New Directors Elected: associated with the Raggett and Of, Melbourne the modern machinery ,was redured .
The main Subject of discussionIs the sixth lo be given by Richard Mdntosh 'funeral home In Davtona I Inspntiixi held last week Homestead band members who to twisted wreckage
fly Roles
to be the administration of NEW COMMANDEROF H. Donovan a* a memorial Renen, and Die Fnglehardt: TlMise awarded the top rating ff won superior ratings were Kinma I Also burned wr two carload ,
Redland District Chamber of to nil son, Ensign Richard H. At the annual election of the funeral home In Fort Myers. At superior will compete In the Jane Rivrs, clarinet, ,Junes But'' of tomatoes id the process of ,
Commerce welfare fund Fuchs Donovan, Jr. naval pilot who Club pieBtnl Mrs. Rrsmim and their Florida atate finals to be held her, alto ssxophone, and Raymontl packing and (two refrUefstor Car
11)".. The fund was launched LEGION POSTJames lost his life in World'War It. Homestead( Rotary held four-year-old aim, Lynn are visiting Msv t-, lit the Orange Bowl. Pierce, student conduttor. Ex A truck was pressed ante service Ij
.r Mar S] by tlie chamber with an Main speaker at the banquet Wednesday noon In Parkway relatives In Kentucky, and The Itedland $4-ple band., tellent ratings well awarded Joe to push *. third loaded car out

auction and fish fry which netted was Jesse Yarborough Dade Restaurant E. B. Illaikburn J, upon their return the Oranamsl won a superior rating for march- Baiger, baritone/ saxophone, and of the rch ot the flames.
> 1000. C Venn was elected County commissioner and former R, Brooks, Henry Pridjjcn and plan l l. to build a home here Ing and an excellent rating for Lonnle Turner, trumpet. Communication from Cuba and

commnndcr of John O. Salley coach at Miami High t School Ivy Chandler were chosen di To be added to the north\ able,. concert Mid light reading ftcellent Redland winners of .superior the "L tUe White Hou.." in Key

HOMESTEAD I ELKS Poet of the American Legion at I was Commissioner master of Preston ceremonies B,, Bird and rectors. The board will be of lie building, the chapel will ratings were won by the ratings were Dorothea Turner, Wes( were. temporarily suspended
t the annual meeting Monday nightIn seat from 79 In 100 persons, Bran- U-pl_ Homestead band for eon- flute Bill Rice, trumpet slid student when flames brutted through the
Principal E. B Blackburn W. brought to seven with election by
am ays. Interior remodeling cert sight reading and marching conductor, and Phil Harrill. telephone wires. An emergency
INSTALL MINOR Legion Hall Bird and Donovan. made brief the directors of a president anda will provide also for a family Stanley Dullmba ls bandmaster student conductor Excellent: circuit l was Immediately laid
was made fire vice-commander: ; speeches secretary from the member room and slumber west of the gutted building while
b a room Tine at Redland and Jesse Tear) Is ratings went. !tj> Barbam Cooper
Ceo Bow second vicecommander Decorations were In the green. ship at Urge and automatic. retention building Is being redecorated In* bandmaster at Hommtead and Clinton Friar, clarinets; telephone new 'Worked<< fever ,
f D. K. Minor new exalted ruler and white school color and place of the out-going presidenton side shly to repair the ditnage Attire
; a J. Cibbs third vice-com out and the grounds ire Judges were Harold Bachmwu Bobby Gene Mosley, student conductor -
r of the Homestead Elks Lodge, mender; E. J. Norman chaplain; cards were ,minjaturc basketballs. the board as vicepresidentacre being Jandscaiicdlly conductor of the University piI , Dorothea Tuiner Betty height of the fire windblown
I and his supporting officers were I a Torbert and/ Bobbette Amldoo sparks threatened to' Ignite the '
Installed last night b, W. F. Ueo N. McIIugh historian; and flute trio; Barbara. Cooper' M.r- shingle roof '*C nearby house, .
Branlley, a past exalted rulerofthe E. B Francis, scrganl-at-umu. fire to ion /
Lest We lene Keen P.t Phillips and Carol and MI Saturday set i
lodge Ceo. H. Cann was In- Wm. J. Geronimo was re-elected Forget o o Du Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Amidon, clarinet quartrt"ind} acree of e4neland. The wood ,
officer and a e '
I dinted as esteemed leading adjutant finance service Roland Varnler )'hit Harrill. /" Ire, Which Utreatened four '
; knight; Dr. R. J. Elliott esteemed officer Philip D. Reams was :lens Udum and Kenneth Jones bounces wed ol U. 3. 1 wan ,1

loyal knight; LeRoy F. Donahue\ made trustee ... "__ ___ . . braes I Vfr/ good ratings brought under control after three 1l
Aunty had a very keen .rl called the quartet.
be In "unntr .v. .n. she ld h .L'..'. ,.s-.... sherd. L A' the L
secretary T. E. Kirby, treasurer; The new officers will nou ear wu ne was using insieaa 01 near/ '
; good i'-- Alien bum trumpet bane flf-tUIII'' by county fire
musically l and II stood her W opposite where. were given Ii
and.. Sam Cohen. tiler. tailed Apr 17 at the post home we and although she made several I one that the work required. i,
stead once Inhe early days He wanted to come back and trips up she could not exactly,'I Next morning! he stopped *s and Oeorgaiyi Mokten, flute men. _ . .. U t
People did not try to line up their start the nut day but she was catch ---- -
him at whatever he wai usual to get the pick a* tie passed
11 L L Chandler Sees "Flying Saucer"On tree IIIhe rlrst'pt.nUn but so afraid someone else would engage doing to out-smart her, the house and she was ready. 11 From District t to Be'in AllCountyBand ( )
hunted said
as they a soft spot, him that she Insisted the After one' tour of 'Investigationshe I She accompanied him up the rod ""I
Business Trip to Nogales, Ariz. put the tree on top of the rock fork start at once. That day'stfork came beck and sat thinkingIt and took her seat on a log near at School Pageant in Orange Bowl
or cleaned out a very small placeo was absolutely according to over and cooling off. Suddenly ,
r 11It, then drew up what agreement& After he had quit for she got up and went out and by.That day' work was perfect,, I
v Add Luther L. Chandler's name about half the size of full moon, mulch they could. Naturally as tae day we walked up and she pulled several picks from under oral, the man gave out by nonfi. Eleven meml... Of the Homestead Ap4e.! 'n-'Un:' Miami.
' I of those who hovering at the edge of thin, the root began to spread something measured around the
to the growing list a few frees the house and tried each out After that there was a series: Redland achnr4 bamlrwill The HnmMtaml musicians play
have seen the flying saucers. It wispy cloud". Apparently, it was had to be done so rock broken, and prodded to see that She was convinced in her own of others, but ah* h.dhe )key |o and Ing with the All-County Band
happened on last week's trip to some 10,000 feet high and was breaking came into vogue. Men M had fulfilled his agreement mini! that the difference In the the situation and always was right play with the l|/.pec| All- will he: Emma Jane Bites, clarinet
Rogues, Arts, Chandler says, and moving higher and away from \the who took th* .work agreed to about depth. rock could not m.kehe change there white they Othrirs' bounty Band tot (he erhnnl ayltfom' ; Lonnie Turner and Raymond
the availability of Mexican .tequila . make a given site circle at a The next day he did almost of tone with the same pick and complained ot how k-e:; got plll'l'IInt.norlda: Schools! l'Iert'tOI'nIt; Joe Barger,
played no part In 1t.| "It was not a weather balloon, certain depth for M muck per twice as much work u the first having convinced herself on that cheated, but she never gave away Under Five Flags,." to be given I baritone saxophone; and James
'. Chandler saw the saucer about which) I had seen before," Chandler tree.Aunty I and that made her slightly< cur point ahe waited until the man the secret she had learned. It was Friday, Apr 14. In the Orange Butler, alto saxophone/ ,, The Rod-
11:30: In the morning when his sa'd.! "Neither was It a figment finally became convinced picious. We tried out the trees had left that afternoon and then imply \the change of tone of he Bowl. Ten thousand Dade County land band member? ere: BIn|
attrition wu attracted by sn-eial of the Imagination herau It WM the rlftht prmvdiir t and and found he had mart the rlr- InrtnH of mMmirfnn the tret' tight pick 'a, the rock th.t gasp school children Wilt pr* ent the Rile and AUene,Odum trumpet;
,, hundred people peering Into the wveral hundred people saw U one day a man came by askingfor dee of the right size but the the went about Inokmft! .omit llvrpalnrttoa away the method the mm ,htfibeen n"U>n nf FWwb ediufaUon- a Barbara Coopn1 and Clinton
aky. Hr saw the shining disc, hen! and bad seen other In the I the job of breaking rock I depth was not there. They wrangled bordering the acre and using to earn money off tt>tunsuspecting. '...nture M tIM I Dnrbla Education Friar .rlarineti rhil' Ilamil "nU

"aluminum' ,. or silver colored and Arizona., iky". scorned the tree la what she over it the next morning but eventually found the light pick j. _. , Assucuillou convention to M held Roland Varnler, trombone.

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i, A( bus average of more than 1points II Lions Heir FBI Agent Z-LEADER-ENTEUPUn 3E Friday. Apr. 7,1950crde )
for 21 game. Ropr wu : Fitzpatrick's
offered the Florida contract after Tell of War on Crime upped
I a try-out hy the university at the New Greens; Feature ]I \ green (very lower dark* Built of Mahogany and Other JVoods
of and Niagara green bla..1 Custom
: BEGIN MONDAY There was not one ease! I
east Igllmmeat enemy eabotttv In the United. Bukfc'a Spring 0101'1 upper andpry lower: and' Cat*.* Wan pule CIntS. ...... I.I.I
War II," Ion( RJvtew modgli imperial', X0.0 lI.oJ
BID OF U OF F Coofht Play.Qrowtralitre The' Monthly softtall season. will rem members States during of the ItatUMd District. Nature, of! 'hue prtn,mark| palttte the Bu In.Ictlint Igill I blur upper and laden giay. Dar. Ilesrne Dr Relba.a is
ilft with aix
TvtMJ at 3W ttau Cktb were teM Toeolgbt ., "
M ass ipnng aeaton '''< I' --- --
teams participating. Mitchell Duet Bpesfcer James BFrfegw .
lob I Roper, Homestead High Hardware, Horn Hardware, Vet- by I Ing to Preston 8 Bird, I local 'OI'j-j c.
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Key West Will pity the .U of the Miami! office of < rrwr/I
S.f i" ,01 I Orowers' cage liar hat dealer.el web
$ ( ... braeb.U mine her it trim of Foreign
the fin
bftjketball :Volunteer ftI adolee to the ...... Sedan
ccptod! a tchoUnhiphe iuN-rwsdare.aa.mow c..a.P.uI BtptUU Floridi FHigenM drew from his l< .JJuick's. New Riviera
I,, ( Unrwnlty of Florida, t- t Worley Fin Department end Tevernler year of enpertence, to Ml of the color eomMiMU previously. I a. .
r," u Coach Paul J... Worley Mimi Jlig CilnNnse tlrul bell Own** scheduled Ml week FBI fight M Mwt wartime Nail announced for tile I MO Buieks.
the Orewtn )$1.9 Friday it Miami Monday, tile new sensational stwdes' will .. .-- -, -.
Roper who tallied 421 point Orel: Baptist rt. Miloh- saboteurs and the public enemies --- -
Ins. sesmi, derided to Join the FI.... TX MMjmlini. allowed oil; Tuesday Horn w 'Taws .f the I'Ms. II* made epectsl offer,a choice ol new the greeoi ttgtttest andgreys i .
Florida: Galore after eonstdeAaga'holarddp Ito..lIIaII.innln. < hits had. : Wednesdsy, V. F. VT *.i mention of the eight Nag spies Nlagan hoses.
offers from the Unleraltiei .: befell rall/tal to w\ their Initial florid City; Thursday, Mitchell) caught by the FBI .tllia a week porn ton available U a pastel:
$ of Georgia' MU>iit|>pl;I Victory after two Itralbt .. Horn, Friday, Florida CHyjw. after their lending by submarine gray-green; ,tint suggesting clear I
...... running water seen In the tpnng
.nd North Carolina On the bulli D.pU.te.bio4ern | on the Florida and New York sunlight Somewhat deeper In
co*Mi. : I
tint U Meredith green, with a
Joe Nesbitt Wins Student Body In in open forum members of stronger yellowish cart end metallic !
o1ticel X-Uay Machine the audience fired questions M to overtone a deep rich I

And Holds Personnel Job at U. I I Purchased by Hospital the the FBI.duties end the Jurisdiction of oolor spring that folliige will remind you of full I' .

A I3MO Kelekrt x-ny machine A pedal color designed n an!
Joe Nesbitt of Homestead, wmof according to results. released Frllsy. i was delivered .U rity-owned Art Classes See WorksOf addition for Buick convertible It 1 1i
y,. and Mrs James. Nesbitt NMbttt, a inter, *f the Archer Smith Hospital Old 1)utch.Masters Barton gray, which Is the I Ilgltwl: >:
I ..... Junior cUss, Is swnwiMel manages Tuesday, Md will be installed it of *U the colors and hoe in Iceblue -I IWdT
Newts rd. elected

ol was ,
of Uw luslvenitl' cafeteria once Mn F U Well, superintendent Old Dutch paintings from the cast Calvin gray U a darker i
tary,treasurer of the student with ISO workers under hit ."{- announced ,....rd.,. Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., collectionon shade very definitely gray,! .
body lit University l of Florid>> .I penrlslim.the . The Dew machine I ts three times exhibit it the University of with )just enough green tint to 4I'Ihtfek'i
-- M strong ii the one now In use, Miami were ,viewed Wednesday remind you of spring.
eta said and through III automatic by the Homettead High. School The combination will offer
liming action require only !art classes of Mis, Helen :
Pope. _
new interior and attended bedUM
Roadmuter RIviera Sedan otters increased apace -
one-tenth of second
a for a picture. Among the II Dutch
secret of the In the exhibit are Hens represented homestead Gets $1100 while reducing the over-aU length u a result of Bulck'g unique bumper-rnlle fronted
I A down-piyment of IIIOO wu Holbein.the Younger, Peter Paul I In Fines During March design One of the most popular of the 1950 line, iU enlarged! one-piece windshield and wraparound j -
ill that he hospital, a non-profit Rubens; Fran Hsla,' Anton Van I rear window rive the driver an enormous held of vision. Also featured In this four.
record In floeswas
A IlltO police
Institution, w.i able to>> m ke at Dyck and Jan Steen fenders increased luggage oa
door Sedan Bulck'g tapered P
',this Urn, Mr*. Wells said. In the student collected during Mirch' Police alx-pagaenjer .are
ctNTU/l group were Bar \ Chief Wm. F. Drintley reported and Dyn! wultandardequlp ent.
bar Conner Carmtllo Bomsrlt- ,
to the city council Mondaynight
to, Martha Lee Davit Betty Jan ;
Chevrolet, Hood Lock Atthous. M.rI. Althoua. Martha Seventy-three arrests were
made No charge were died In PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
Li Now Outside Job Jan Qreer Elvl Shores, Betty Ight cases, five cites were continued -
Turner Joyce Morgan Anile
An Improved method of hood Deltx, Phyllla Dent, David Fried- I, and four were dismissed. nUICK and PONTIAC
iY' releue has been Incorporated In riche, Carl Sawyer Lawrence Cost of feeding prisoners was eolim.ted So. Krome at 5th St. Phone 48"FOR .
'the KM Chevroleti, The lock U Marvin, Donald Miller Darrell',-- -- -
new concealed In the grille headrr Richards, Ronnie Pyne, Sal SpU
1 bar within convenient reachof nella, Olin Williams Michael,
j-L' \ :> % gee station attendant The Scoter, Carl Norwood Bert Shep
former control) knob ha* been herd, Norman Parker, Earl WU-
' 'L' I eliminated Uamj and Billy buck, I r 11

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K-Bullilrr* HardwireOCablnrt O-0>k flooring "" "

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Alllltl!..,i shirt that .re|..van r F-Fir Frimlng Lumber 8-Khelvlng Pine
day through\ night-KltlraU" Carcht| i
Tli secret) It'.Moran I la *n* g 0-OypiBin Fredart Thresholds I II
pine,...kit linings. Ie .. I
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Uardbeard Mssralte' ) V-I'PM Board
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IwadkeNbM-wfL tee, around iRlerlor FUhhJJant V-\arnl h
four.ert. -..oak.. U,loa a*. FOR DMlTtO TIMI
wmea-ta ,..uti... Fold HnevaOAll .* W-Wa4 ShUflesX "
loa f...... ...instead wrong I a' i OUR PRICE IS ONLY
K-Kaotty Plea -Xwllcnt Moldings
ili!. plu aauM low- etlintuI.uues"Coaluttontour (;$ I'; \
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collar Myhif..,tug-pron| .pearl '
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I Reputable Miami general contractor engagedin GENERAL .
n city, federal and county works. now opensting ,

"r In Homestead and ,'k nit)'.
8y Goodbye t* ekfi.*ilHfl, eVwIgMyl Yew yew hot water meet and plug Info a electric*!

AluminumNew dance Lz ST fiaso $0 sea. fcfi GeIItreI outlet Inti *. job fc "one. w._ dish... gI.... .
Invited for all commercial ElectrIc OnKwiilMr) .U them
Inquiries types ware, Urwr) Mh. aad'peee w.rUbV tUaa.
MfioMly V Hh4 pried. Lay Keomy, M Sis.. Free DMnenthallM. .I
Bedding CoutradlM residential and public construction. I M -' t, rout slnl -.- ....t+ *X *,..t' yeses for M. does aced ?.*,.''ISiiS. . ,

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I Repairs and Addltkma Under .H.A." t Attractive propositions offered for placing Me. He lmteUfioi ......... Just.- leaned. It
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\ WARDLAW, \ MADEPRESIDENT ''I i Kem r Other &acdvlRlbeI { SUN It t'h: [ Girl Scout Loaders Needed Here SwyI taaderr..ilp elan In the Iald1 ;tell IA\DKR.KNTMWtUAE Ftld.y" Apr. 'I, .$.-.,
'! to SiHhlfn Heart' \CltH-k ul l taw aunty At .iMeent IcMtartuiv I

I (I'oiiiiitiml tin,." i age. One) I Heeds 'Who Plan) Leadership; l Meeting ivquuvd to KU lu MliWiii I herUletr SOWS \r rt. wheUiei HI l U drn' Hevanlbe edihloal. MedeaaioeM
OF Elmer Oliver I
ST-yter-old hrmar Rodeeiner'', will be praeanM. at, trtUUag I or M ..UUnt Iwuiwi. un unilcdIn 1 loimad here. Olrl snout -
Homeetead reeident, dIed Sliver Palm MetfeXM. ChttK at. _All women Interacted. In Olrl) JtVolid (hi "m*Inu ridle, BUte '
GARDEN CLUB I I Mar. W of a heart attack 'in ...- II o'clock KuiMtay monMng Clarence 1: Since am>re 'laie>aly' Girl Scout tail in itaraeeteadMoMlay .
I lathe, Pla. Mr. OUver ... 7 Wto
was atrtokea Gray will be director, Mr*. additional Girl IMul evening Apr 10. at
Dwi"lit K. Wardlaw waa elected I at the Mudebuker OumtMt' Ony, ...-....., mid Mr end.I........ .in see .Hi Ami. a'I Itt4 out If there to Miriti itdewttjail HEARA )
preeMent of'SouUi Dale Garden pleat where be wai ........ Mr*. OluM T M ia, Miat Myre eatta. Girl howl . ) for .le..*..111 tr"'iniiilu FLORENCE
Club it the annual meeting Mon' Funeral eervteet were .w I I r Jane Raaher, MlwlfeHMre Ca<'ip I/ agreed- W heU 1 ***. h warrant.1heoIt rondurUim. Real Democrat
day nUihl In the garden center at: Sunday aftemoon In the" Palalka er. Miss Marlene Keen and OtatJohnm. +
Hdland Fruit and Spice Peek.Heeled ., Methodist fhurrh and burial wan I aololiti Robert Mart LMxI't Staler. wa held last nit. flog Survive 2 Weeks. I! Invites Ton to
: to work with Mr. Wad) In Paletk Uottelt will read from the Scrip.Idea The Undeniable Fart of the Claude for VJ
law wen: M.... brl L. Martin, "'t. Oliver Naves hto. wife, th'. Member of the lS-vok- R_,"""", will be the M)*...,,1 In Well Without Food Pepper top ,
lnt vlre-preiidenti. A, W. nnr-'I farmer Mlaa. SkMey KXtiI err remit' ai* mpranoa, Mm. J. A of the Rev. Martin It Doyle, paa- After twe weehi of Imprlnnirwtit .
gait, pecond via-pr' ekknh: Mu*,, I 110-'...... her brothen and a Rulhrrham, Mm. Mnullon Over l., at Meter atomlng ""enJrwat In a ten-foot well, a Pant, Florida's Curb Service
l mhirliie Mann lecretary; and Inter Mr. Oliver mother. and "' ""I. Mn Thoma M.... Kllra t:XI in FtorMe Cay Community dog belonging to Hubert Amet Iscoil \r
Chaa. Metstnrr, treenurerMra. her brother-in-law stud daIG Keen Mn 8. 0, ()(Ium, Mr, Hiurrh and,af II I <>',.io4 'IIIIr"lan" httnltni aiain The dn i WMfwiiMl Senior Senator I to II l*. tit Davy
Martin and Mrs. )llrrman Mr. Alice Keitt amt Mr emtMra David llmrl.,. MINI naahoivMa Community Church"" A Saturday' by Mr, and Urn i t. "
llelnleln, retiring president,, wereelected Umnld. Madieon or Home- Kern, MI.. Allnte (Mum,' program af Kaiter music will be, Thou, Fennell. who were M tat, s1 ;
delegates to the convention steed went to Pftlntka for the" and Mine Cftralrn Jnmei, alti \\ |presented al the evening "Kerxkf" Iti plan nt entrapment by It* SPEAK t j jFriday i
of the Florida Federation of funeral Mr*. J. I. Ftetrlier, Mr.. J. at Florida City. whimper' t ,
Garden Clubs to be held Apr IS Al l teen-duo boy| Mr. Oliver\ Murray, Mini Caper, Mix 1"1 The trY John II. Whlll will The Ant had been without. fondant 8:00: P. Mt GADDIi' 10DA 'HOP "
and .II In Went Palm Uearh' had mndc hit home here with llyn f1colh'I and MIM. rf'a&1on The Twn nodie at water' er ilnre It tell Hit, 111 M. Kren .N1.i.iteaael ;
Named ai alternate were Mn F.: Mr. and Mr C. V. Ilornm After Jean Orate; tenor. Joe the II enact *er\ire Eatlermornitia the well willie out hunting St.1tiOnsVG\ S. :
W Burton and Mill Mann theli marrliwe' he and M.... Olhferj. Mom: Zlmmrrley and Chan, John.' Respond" rnuaie will he ( U Deneeeftckutatilier '
\lived here for all peace betnre MMI; 'bnaami, Glenn Thomaa, Ken< 'I prsncnlrel. WMIE' Miami )
nrlh Markham and the Itrv AU hid .,
moving to ralntkn In 1841. I P"t"Io'oI A'.c-
DAVID WYSONG' :.. fred llrdberg Sunday evening, UP TO $500.00 CASH .
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Mr. IMbcrg will lead the! drvo
Mother of Albert Mill\
llimal nt a rnnwrmtion "nervlce" FOR CAREFUL DRIVERS
TAKEN BY DEATHDavid Hurled In Miami\ Monday\ Service at St. .Jolm'i Fplaro* TYPEWRITER JONES .
\pal Church will Include the traditlonul Safety Drivel Award Man olio
Mn. Eugenia Q Milli of Ilia. NEED SOMETHING?
week well sad aarrUMUtl $125.00 fer
Good Friday 12 to I ha 4* peer M peyi kdipllel ond
Wyionif. 89. died I Friday i leah mother of Albert L Mill o'clock meditation\ arrvlre on the I aa aae_ War speed 171.00 per IIIOIIth Incense
fter a abort Illnem'at the homeof of HomeMend, died Friday and !Seven lad Word from the weep enl ef tewnT Keep It
a Ion and daughter-in-law,I wan burled Monday afternoon' In Cross On EaMrr Sunday holy yew hams and. watch lIe_"'.' grew COSTS ONLY $I PER.YtAR Jo) your grove or farm supply problems puzzle you?

Mr. and Mn. John D Wyeonc Flaglrr Memorial Park 'In Minml rommunlon will be held at 7 a. kid., eef.i. Wwn ; ...N,4 rrhWa. Maybe\ ) "'( ran help. For your information we )Ut below aromplt'tt
of TcnneMee rd. Mrs. Milla, 73, had come! from Mite t.rnaei_ Ie e.. Paw.dd.,
children' flower and' tyaewrllerabemht. intec
m. crow All Makea ef" line of fertilizer fertilIzer materials fimglddc, ,,:,
ktarro Island, Fla, alx as-.nil a"p.a u ease Sa"rrdsr -
John D. years ago .
and another mite box offering at V 41 a. m, aeld aid repaired --. N h painW_ W rrad.
ton Ceo. H Wymng, to make her home In Hileoh, -low tlridtt and 1It'J\'lres. I
accompanied e4 holy Sans
choral Eucharist and >clnl Ein- pee r ,
the body to Went Alexandria, In addition to the lIOn here,I ter mUll at II a, m.|x, and the New perUble lyaewrllera lad .-...... .- d. ........ FERTILIZERS 1.w 1
0., the former family home, for the leivei four other anne, three Young People'e Service League adding Machlnea. f.w N.dr kr., ,5w.' AfledN G--6-G. .
: 4-7-5 ID-MO 3-8-8 ( 5-7'5 12-4-2 8--8
4-9-3,12-0-10 ,
funeral aervltei and burial daughter/ two brother, threeiliten F Y. ,
Tuei- service, at 7 Mid Ardrl r
p. m All work guaranteed. EntlmoUl ad.wl. HMS f ...u. ._.,... G GFERTII.IyER
day In Lexington Cemetery Arrangement and 20 grandchildren I Tarman mill\ be director and or- given feel tVt ITI.00 MM"* ...MMhirH ,_ ... 0-ll'l(), special formula on request.
here iMf i Mmlit .W ....
were In chargeof gnnlut for the muiical programEaitpr IMOOO U M
Turner Funeral home NOMINATING COMMITTrE: kJIM wkllt.. .dung .> fUlH' I. fMr _. MTrmi.8Nitrite n'NGICIDESFaraale: )IISCRId.AFOCS:
morning services ctHomentead -
Me. w>aon< came here In 1910 NAMED BT SOROPTIMISTR! Preibyterlin. Church P. o. hat nf w I1H.OO aarar b .kY nil.M.a..8M tar kMflnl I.. kilk.w...4 of !Soda "ltra1 JIne 11

to make hit home In addition to At t bunnoci meeting of the will\ be held at 8 and \II o'clmk\ Phone' J16-R IJOUPON 1100.M to TODAY s.a..ea.e..cot .tipMW.wlwN11IONU .Istn.MAIL e Sulfate ef Ammonia tine Neclral Sulfate and Mm Urepper PoISnt Manganese Spreader. Stinker
the toni here, he leavei a ......
ton JIoe W s.1 hrN .
\Vm. ,II. Wyiong of Mount Dora, oroptiml8t Club of Homestead t when the Rev, Frank L. River ..-. All ....... as aav wra.ep. p ( yaaunUMtrile A Mia !
Tuesday, Him Drrtha Nlll Haul- will preach on "Eternal Mom" ....... N. yaa .III/ .a ef PeUih repper satiate Ire Salfile
four IIr.ndrhlldrel.nd four man, Mn, Cecil Dodd and Mr, --....-........ Sulphur v. n. p. r."me .
the choir will
and a
real-grandchildren. prevent .can AmnMnlum NitrateMurUle
John 1
the OF
were placed on lulu BHIrtlJ
nominating committee The elor- tots, "Mrmdrlea of. Ratter Mom".| L Saw 'Xbi1 New lit I Orl im4r.*>M>,tlt. 1 vf Pott.hXulfile Wile \f'I I
\Ion will be held 2. A observance of ,the A.P4T [ INRFrtlCIDESDDT
meeting May Fjwliil I >V., MI bees hmln4. b t : ef Potash BatearexUaHritli I
--- -- w.Nnl. 4.rlU the pus II =. taijreKulfile EmuUienDDT T.male Seed
Pie...Hft tttrt D.harAWN.M.A. .5 Writable Powdfrn
.MIr. fw..awmiwo .,., Isellp,1. of Potash MiinMlaTankigri : HCKVICtS'
II I U l 1116 Oamma homer
.JEWELER 111 Pakawicents.5' = at II f. r.r II talerdaiie' G.... la raring\

ANNOUNCEMENTt I I brew Ie re/ ....., anw I. I Vramon8uprrpho Reallexapheiie. EmulKlonTanaphene : Mowing r
SI 8. Kreme Ave.\ apalle.. ..I...... |ihile Wetlable Powder Iliad er Dlslrlbvter I FerlUbUag

1 I lead AnenaleCalrlum frunlbgOenialUtloa .
Member of the ItoroloclralInitltute i Na.---. .. 1 I Canter. PomarePuullry Artenila Pkklag
Manure '
I ItnIrt
of America Turner Funeral Home Bean Dull
I Ureve IapetUen
''I 1A/S.IL Oil rmuUlon Grew Oealnrt CareUklnf ,/
Watch and Jewelry JI

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
Repairing; hall! been purchased by i

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(Benson Electric: Services
: ED. L BRANAM Itadios & Refrigerators t

e bins : ,l\ Princeton, rh. Ill Phone 1C Henry( R. Pridgcn. Mgr Homestead. Fla. i

e 'hbt..rl'f'n, Italian,
e': V lilti"il'UUu"'liil"Ulill j LJ' 'lil : I'' D !
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Engllabe ": " '
tvl I.o t\ I ill continue to operate t '

Hand-blown, TrrtUI 1 ,
it under its name I

e English. rrritalKtraTh !' . I

the eoerteq.wIwa*cuitomer friendly) ) | treited IN here"with>"- ,, --:<-f "2.ulour.OfU(1en.F.quipped' ;j Stei8 F" 11 :-'.,- :,Telephone I !! WagesAhead ;'-9 1

(": Ambulance Service' : t

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Cremation -." }t

Benson Electric Has Are Way of the .

IIOTPOINTAPPLIANCES Phone 270 ., Homestead Fla.
Princeton Ph. 44) I e A ''I

r ; I Cost of LivingEight i

S FT MM imi-mi IODIH IY Vista \
F (In ipirklmi new color' harmonies) Now ,
Any and measure'it r mot* than ever"("he mewl btiutilul' halm' Boosted RAIN 117"
way, every way, you r huiit"-Inside i and oul-ciiluiivt to Chcv- Gmeralll1c.eases in the Last Ten Yean Hate Wage :
r role and' higher priced canNtW ,
=FIRST. .. and' Lowest Cost!' While Living' Costs Hate Increased About 13%. Any Further Increase :'

tw0-TONI rinses INTIIIOilcutri ,

Measure size/ and you'll And Chevrolel'i And rcmcmher-Chevrolet\ alone new( uprmKlfry-ncw momy . e colon-rtw ln luturlout: appoint-)'With In Wages I Would Hate' to be Paid by Telephone Customers .

the longest, heaviest car In litfleldW provide all these and many other mcnu-pluclng Chevrolet; far ahead 'In ,
none, Menture styling/ and floe-car idvintagei it the karat both healthy,II and comfort
beauty, and you'll find It'. the only car prim and with luch low ppcrallnj! t; .
In Its field with the world.famoiu and upkeep costs CtMTtl POINT ITIIIINa 't Telephone employers, like everyone else, +
.Body by Fisher. Meaiure drh ing-fast, Come lot) Sac Chevrolet for 1914 Assuring" a remarkable- degree of steering have faced a steep increase In the coot of
know II
and you'll find that only Chevrolet we you agree that, anyway .raw under didrwm5condaio.sanotherotters ,
you your choice of the finest and every way you measure 'it., viul! feature found only la Chevrolet and living: during: the last ten yearn >What about Incrooiei In Southern Bell Wag. Rotes !
no- hift driving or the lineal standard/ il'i( fiat and finest at lowest cost! more expeniive carse telephone ware,*-have they kept up? '. .: !

driving-it lowest Cost Measure performance Aa the chart shows and In Living Coda Sine 1939 I,tt
: Involuting Chevrefet'l reclusive/ New {( clearly telephone .
riiling-com/orl end safety, ':'
and you'll find It'* the only low-priced -J.. with' PANOIAMIC viiinurr wages have more than kept puce-lea\lnj a '
t carcombiningtheextnefilcienlValve./ POWER 'utZe (In FisherUnialeelBodies) Supplying en.l' tubntantlal margin In our employe favor pee tiNt .It tlNTINCMAII '
In.Head Engine, the extra-iinooih Ira vltlon all ll'OlInd.Ihe rar..e"rI body. I"calAaa .
'--""'" Telephone wage/ rate' have been Increased.!
Knee-Acikrn Gliding Ride, and extra- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION strength and diirability-eilra iifety-pro- a>o tM
, dependable Certi-Safe Hydraulic lection! for )'OIIlInd your family. 117 per cent mince 1939 compared with an 1171%
'/ Braketl ::::"'::1 wr.n eTr:reel:y.irtr: 4i m Increase of about 73 per cent In the cot of '

IIOOIST Of AU IOw-1slCt0 CAN livingor Southern cities,
New lower Prices make Chevrolet more than everAmerica' Bluest I lit every way, for Chevrolet b the
tangent. henVKit cur In.: ill Held, and hu Southern Hull employee have retched see tea
Bert Seller . America Best Buy the widest tread all of Yobich: contribute" eight general wage Increases In the last tenyears
tq maximum aluhilily and ufety.txnA .
In addition, they regularly receive '

, automatic "progreMlon" raises according to eass ruse .
M onun AND MAINIAIM- a schedule which begins the day they atari "

and bridhionilly !bringing you man ,.,.. work and continue with frequent Increase see oo
44 when you trade; for Chevrolet can are
; matt kwirnf-acw or used until they reach top pay for their respective 728%
John. as a
ptovio ctin-iAH NVDIAIMIC BIAKM During the next twelve months, 3 out of Q i id

Giving iwifter.ufer.itraiibt- Southern. Bell employees will receive at :
__ line MOM and eiDbodylng WAG I RATES
new OuM' Ufa riveHew least one such automatic Increase. Many will 1 n :

brake lining con .last get two and three! w ..' :
up to twice M bag
t+ Today aa alviaya, Southern Bell people 1ts :

receive wages which compare favorably with # :
; those paid by'qther concerns In the com # .

munity for comparable akllla and experience, ? N :

Can you' think of any yardstick fairer than # COST OF LIVING :

that? .. :

Add to good wages the assurance of year. a 'I' :

1 ; round employment, liberal .Ick t*.. accident see oe/. OCt cc, on. :

and death benefit, and a pension plan,. .tear ,, !w IN, IMP I" e t

that la among the belt In all Industry, and ,_ :

you can readily see that telephone employee :

art doing all right :
ike UrMlM De UN tBeer le I

t U.' t. loreea ef Uker ItitiiUet Canaotuere !

I frke toUi (Data for aeVtk.n eltta waUaMOIOUTHIRN
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the CITY MAY SUB ier WeHa and Wm. Muiaelwhltr bought the' home of Mrs JAId1I4 fiatf, the actual httUnstlofl cost !seasonally "bQe4EWd peeling 4-LEADER-ENTERrRISE Friday. Apr. 7. 1950'I
I The committee rmueiled' that a I Carter at IU N W. ItMl aye, and tit refunded the entire houses Anderson proposed cut

Leader-Enterprise (Continued from Pig (Are) uniformed policeman be stationed I Purchase of a second fourdooqndan amowtt fey being given M per in and rut-off fees of ftt each or aumer" and suggested that he bet selwhite ...... T
at the school in promote traffic for use of the poUc de tent credit on Ma monthly light, a flat charge of M a month when | all Uw
referral recotnJmendationa
........ la ' with the Softball league president, efetr Closing. of the street. had pertment warn voted oar MOOrnf and water, bola. P.r rural con- not In operaltonCouncilman paid bark In full with three per I Johnson for study and reportof '
Coo .Skill. Commttteemen were "been 10\1III'( by the HeoealeadRoUry r mendation of P.Nce CmnmKU turners, be recommended an additional Wm Musselwhlte, cant interest over s ten-year j ft oemmlttee. at IM waif 1
Carl ., Welter Weer be *
Oub the Hwneetoed. P.: Clerk M K HT rent charge. not described- the .proposed chart as period Intereri also
J T OedwM. City -
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N \II L.r kISs and H. I* PfMdenswrg.en ,...... ( "an enlowed !loan from Use .peldel the meter. deposits, HUB- m. ,'
A... M'M. Ib.IdSi .... I T. A. and the HomeMeM Daddies'club. Rdwardt waa Instructed to ail' to be .t4. Aa precedent orrefunding emit.. - - ---. 1 1I
PU141MCaaIN., Csuwgt PnIIdtIDI Steward L. IE. for bid In the local ww.. the entire Installation ---- \1h1
I, said OM) he waved lUbe tan. He (totaled out that Jacob .
mlgt HH| rcomm ndauoid for appOlta4.0. fiseksg fit the alley between N.I pew Ra.kln was' dented per snd Ash drove west of Home
:: hlN.eaMwai meat to the oIl eM' committee *l Krome eve and Civic Center I mINIon to a package store Peed on Howry it are being
Addition northward to N. Ie.J1.hth .I open
JUI cit *c e* Ute Apr 17 metUnf Approved at Ml S Krome ave ai the Jo- given 100 per rent credit on their
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Mllor. far at was soled when 1 W., BARBER-BUILT
Immediate action were restroom cation Is outside the Umitl of the monthly utllJUM bUll until they
MAIM un".L! .DuauIOMMm ImprovfnwnU to Include English, developer of Civic t>..- area designated for liquor stored.I fcre repaid the entire $1500 they
sN rMvouIcurlto the Installation of and the ter complained that the alleytrespassed for
HfhU I Building permit\ granted were: put up for iDitaUation coste.
on his property City
oonitructloa of a CBS wall toIK1'tell I
II. R. Chandler for M 000 CBSstore
$ b4fIl Attorney Ira C Haycock was In- 505565 ,
. .. the entrance. AIM tuthorlred I II N W. Second IL Fred MOTH or PPUCDATION
p.I IU' .r.oai4 i llructed to make another attempt at ; .
.. .11 + I.1(';,.,.... ,telt' ( wi lUrfd construction and of rt a Ume rerethment to secure dedltat'on of part of the,!Skwarkowrtkl, "$500 CBS addition OMfta fns-AH> W ISII VETERANS' HOMES j
.0n, ir"OO II Ie, I p > al 'lllrom the Krome to the Help/ Sell, on N W Pint I uonri ra"ji1.G'Yr.ll It.ta..I
,employment *t 110 a week of a .. ._. 'd II-
146 mMlawd
it John Kotior, >500 gsrsge Cat
property ownen. The council ; ... .,....
wed T. (Aft. N. N111
mm to mtlnUIn and repair the
N. W. Fourth II; and Clinton .... 555 .. ls. A. D. INS.H .
.... also took under consideration for M
kM M MtMis' taM MttafMutfc bill diamond Fencing of the .
lltl, M the K t ..< .l. Bishop, 'JOO wash shed, DownerPalm. 15554' Mw is .flee., .N 5. f
settlement bill submitted by : ,
_.::t olio the : f field, recommended by the com a Sod. ao.SaM. M a. 1. M "
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.. English for 1300 worth of fill .d t5o..s MM r.Mn. M.b..M
Mold U1LEat rtre, deferred future
: m war for a. ......Se Mrrx.d .- M SW
I action.Rsect'an. which he said was removed from O.Ny.d air. a... Iff w1".No Ma.I. .
the alleyway about three >'esnKO COUNCIL DEFERSContinued : : .. S. Ib.5 S. T.'_', CoI'+d T... I
of a plea that N W I I. AN'''. 151 are e. ,_ II. to .... have and plumbingfixtures
: :<::1' Thoughts : Second 1be rioted between by Until Tower\ when! doing: from Pan One) .4..1 aM5ad. .,...,., rI IsO. plumbing 'Y
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of I
I was m.'ads.Tb.
clearing work for the city ,
Fifth and Ulh atreeU\ for safety .ntrd construction of newhomes rI Md. --", .....
Br Aanle fcUyhew Fllcpitrlrk' of homestead school resultant Installs-\ t" MM .. 1f..M ew .. I'". .... .e, ;
I : pupils wn City action was voted to open and the furnished and installed by
African vttriel>> and valley lines recommended by the council III alleyway between N. W fifthand thins. did not necessitate .the. hlr ; 1I'iJ'=Mb. ....;...,...... 4aMrdMe _
rorroilltee.. hud up of ., Sixth avenues from Second!I Inn! pf extra help .. to Le.. 1M IMIMp. d..4t.dI
HOKI, rchldt end the pun ; 45l I a. ol4 M IM h.1ttot 5144.t
r Llxlnoton Police Chief Wm.l I lugevxted thst the ,.. .. \
An our expectation for1 EtiterIti it to Fourth sU ked bv' Mr and I Anderson I C rt HMMmrfir aa .M NMI
r Brnntlrr and Councilmen Mrs. John Plllott, who ( lloinertead mnsumer pay one hi Uw SMilk .. M.r. tail. .101<10
/) taster and Spring! areont tetfnlly to, Uw lit .Mr Iff .tur. 'IM'. .. I -
D.w IbY s n. .
t..I a.rLC40NNIIMAN"",
Cray akin and cold, perhaps a fW' C.of BTKaarrr&.Cart..... KlmM I. nvrtn4 D.Cfeurlttry.rantA i WILLIE E. MATHIS :

swirl I ot .rt wi :, ) : : jJ.
A., .WriTi 'long frottn In Its I >(... ,. IU ..M 1. II. .ll, .IMUI

Art. hot bright! profpeod, tor the II ',
bIIt\hern.\ .. titneon"FvInr'c( '( Sen'Ices I I r:
la hit knd Minter .
newt print
ooit Radios:& RefrigeratorsrrlaeeUs., } T33:) N. Krome Ave Phone 115-J I, 1

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i "t I"c..ln rd 11'. lIut.klrl', furnished the ready-mixed concrete . ---- -- -. ------ --- -. .,
_.11_$ .Mar. YI.S wwtt.H . --- J"
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f n; i r1FiFs ; and concrete blocks for t". I. .. II ),
til N K. 1.1 St, Min I.,IU. ' ;
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I I.........rilONE..........:.:.ftPMDKRO ............. ', . .:: ,: ..: : <: ''/ :'Glass.. 1 Jalousie I Windows and Doors ..r

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u'M' Fr a u. ki M |M..J IhMfUM .- >', 'F4 t, : 't t a :
... r.tlUul. inlrw, < Op,T.IVIn >.. : ', Barber-Built Homes :
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D.M. IUM / Florid (l e *HtUt '
1. 'M"I MtMrtll, AMilImMlMnl : Congratulations) ) :and best wishes " "'" !t"\" < .
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furnished .fil
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15. red Ms I. n. asaa alt ... 1 a. j
r- to Mr. UarberBE3ANCOR .
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:.,IV....IM till he :"' H*: nf rift"..... IM9 I i I j4yttin1
pI.wA'L.5 f4 Tnnm j i : JIMMY BROTHERS r i !
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Electric.PU,,"viPhUco /*>> JUck TU and Plant 911 Hcdlaml.RJ\ S..of lwr'j\ Phone 419 I j ,:.1- h lis- s. W. Hit St., homestead 1'hunc C201J'Our '.

1 I I pat 101 > I"'f I''
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Congratulations ;, Congratulations To .

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'. : Homes( for Veterans ; .;.. ;:., :: . . of the Barber-Built . ;

d .?:l!*. . Done) by ) Veterans'. Homes .: .


: <. "Business Is Good" t ..

., Plaster and Stucco Contractor . ; j

1j 1-' will close! Wcdncvda)8 at 12 Noun beginning April 12th. .
513 N. W. 8th t St. Homestead. .. . . .. ,; :;:t...;,''f''..> I
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Loral Owner ideal I'labor Local Materials\ Modern\ Equipment. 'N.;
111 W. 2nd Avc. Homestead, Fla.r t :

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: Friday, Apr. 1, 1950-5;I
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into \UM .lose.Pollee
THIEVES TAKE I Chief Wm. F. Dr..tIeIMid .I
that MM.WM in ease doullli
$1.500 FROM and Ik* not, In "\'W. TWctcht "
WH tHen from a ssti
metal I cabinet which. tile tMtV '
r rf CROSBY STORE Jimmied open The ttorc 'was About Ready For Owners
owned by D.W. Crosby who UvMt
the comer[of S.W. rust It. aFirst ,.
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,'J] Fifteen hundred dollars In cash ave.nrantley. t.
was tolcn from Crosby Grocery U being M IMfJ Hi : .
'Store In colored town Mar Johy the invcUR Uon by DepuVSlifrifd I : .oo
) thieves who drilled a M In4be I J. P. Kersey and Carl\ , .' \ .
roof and Ilk down I rope- llutlow.', -, .' :...-" !- .. j:...,. .
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f .,' r Our Compliments .!:. .. ...'" ............' .... ",-, "\' '1.' .....-......,..., ..I. ;}\, ... ' ,I'.f'I. ,' ,"I. I!.,:'I It'

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I To Mr. Barber }.II I" 1 I :

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'We arc proud) to

I have had in ; .. .,
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furnishing paint < ., .
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the Barber Built 'I . I . . '.. ; .tt.. !". .
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: I.J.JI a to Seven; ; n N. W. Cth Ave., Between 4th and 6th St. i

'', I fI fI fs ft It I II. 0. BARBER{ ; ''Two on N. ''V. 5th Ave, Near 4th St.

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Top Soil : . . II '
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I Barbcr-Iluilt Veterans'' >>

Homes furnished by We are happy to hal, e "b en able to build homes for''our local' vtrk t r n .r''' '::'. '

E. F. Gordon & Son .100 the Veterans' Administration
with local labor. Fin need % through ,
185 N. W. Illi Si. 1'lionc 772-J,.

------,. --. the 2-bedroom house shown above, are being purchased by Homestead

CongratulationsMr. veterans for under $ ,500 each, with no down payment and, J onthly ;

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Barber installments of $40 4 ti $45 a n1onth.' V -' 1 i ,

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\ Wiring and I Electrical Fixturesin ".

j \ ; UarlieMluill V Vctcran.V A few choice locations are still unreserved in our next V.-A.-Financed '
Homes l by

I subdivision, which wjill 1 get under way soon. Veterans. who would like ,

j ". ; Bailes Electric for for rent urged to their applications ',' .
t j! to own a home what, they pay are get . .

St. Phone 12I-W i \ 1" . : ; .
ii i 52 N. W. 11th : .
it t i J in at once ton.' 1.1. .< f ; '" .- : v "_ .V.,. ;....,r \ . CTfl: .f8. >/. I'
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".vtifulroofIColorfulroo'1' ' "
I Wtorrtorproof, are rtiiiling J
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I, .If(hot ii the roof Pipe J : Building Contractor :
"i' e you. .need,coil vi.Sotiifoctiongu : <..' ." . ,, :. ..: .,. ,. ..
J '! ronl*.d. .... ., .. . : ...;:* I(\u'l.\i. \;*.. .. f '. :, .' .ttI.
| Eoty monthly' . ..c-- .-.: .. h Licensed and. Insured. 'r "J.' .r .... : .::-r;. ':,;.
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f7''If'. Lawn Mowers\ ... W. Avocado Drive, Homestead 1ft. t'' : ..:..Jb.on? .--.. fl7G-W. -" '
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t Brooker Lumber Co. : W". '. t t. .,' ".;,. '-Ie.a: ;.'!").-,,.. . . ..
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p i ee1.... tatexeset' &-LEADKR.ENTERPKISB) 1'rill&' T,1950
I 1 1ii IIIMM.' ". t:. A. AMCK I --
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i Mrs E: A Agnes enteiUined "$ DIeIRItT. MJt.CJt; NAMWMAC. mid tAn J. fc. Joukou
uu South Dade . 1 U. L. BkANDBKBtmOMn At a basting ef tile0111/ l
Social Events in
ii a dessert bridge Monday In honor group Mrs King presented! thepeugrem.
I Ii : of her house greats. Mr Reginald H. L Brandanburg wa AnnoMOMnent, was

Meigg and M..... .Jot.. elected aecretary of mlatknaryatrvira made that .time able beek boliiK
I Bchullt. Rrtawrtartf, N. .J.. and ol Ue Miami OiaMot W compiled by the eaclety wilt icon
l\ljfi\ N GKGNNELL TO TAKE AS DRUm HUMO Cl.l'B TO KEAKMKMDC MUS. IIRANDENBUIUS) ELECTRO PRESIDENT Miss of Ouet. vie WOOMII'I Society *t CfarWian lIt"ad1 l fir tak.Mr .

A program on Mendehvohn M.... A. C. Miller and M,... A. A. The Fiat Methodist W. S. c. S. deputy preeWerrt of District U
,. t Dr.. wd Mr*. William Richard and Alpha Zeta Iraternltle. Will be presented for members Mr.. H. L Brandenburg of i stead club, WM circled president Payne in the order named. Four was .repreeented by lira Bond) we hnnorad Monday night<< by
Carroll of Galneevlliare *ntiotincing president of the Gainesville Bap- of the Monday Mule Club Apr. HomMlead WM elected president, I of the date fnteiatlim Cmven- table. were In playAfter ntawfl, Mrs Casper William. member of Uttto River' RebekanLodne.
the engagement and tilt Student I Union and a former 10 at the home of Mr*. J. R. Rut. of Royal PolnclMia District of lion delrnnlen of the loinl. rlubwere their stay here, the vlek- Mrs H. R. Pierre Mn E E. King. _
approaching marriage of their president of the Florida Baptist land of taas N. Krome eve the Florida Federation of Musk I Mrs.. llranrteiihurg and Mn ton will nwke a motor trip to __ __ __
daughter, Kathryn, to Myron OOrennitl Student Union. He la a veteranof Hostesses, will be Mr Rutland.Mr .' Club at the annual lUte convention Frank Hauiman California,, I
\) 101of Mr. and Mr. World War II and hold. a *. W. R. Dlrd. Mr. Vernon W. tact week In Lakeland The
Virgin M. Grennell of Homeitead.Th commission\ ai major Inhi reera Turner, Mr*. Whitney Deam and district take In Die Hub from HOMESTEAD) ; ) IIIRH GIRLS ARE MODKLS)
kidding will be olemnlred Officer Corp. :i Mr*. 8. .J, Davl I Homestead to West Palm Reach i I
In .June in the First Baptist Inclusive IN CHARM WARDROBE I FASHION SHOWwere Easter 't

Church of OalnMVlIle. GOOD TIME AND GOOD WORKS COMBINED Mr. Brandenburg I* a former (
The bride-to-be I* I graduate I president. and present program I The II. H. 8. home : Deity Jean Althoune, Edna I
*>( p. K. Yong Laboratory School UY CHURCH GROUP AT CLOTHING PARTY chairman of Monday Millie Club department Hwniorert Runnels Carroll Hardee, Sandra
and,.*,member of Literary Women She I It a pert president of the Wardrobe f *Um show tII'C'MIIIlc'I// Well, Nadine Pierce, Joan Scuddor. -
'Lamb Sigma Sigma end ef the .Junior Red llomettead P.T. A. and an active the school Candy
A food time and good work trr Crow, at III Jean Dandy, Mable Gomeg, r .
the State federation of Clrli' combined In a "clothing the April meeting of the Gateway worker In the Tint Methodist Mia Betty Ixralngton. fashion, Deity Harden, Johnnie Hamilton, ,
Club. She WM graduated tail were Subdurtrict Monday night. In Church of Homestead!. ,I stylist l of 8Umpllrlty Pattern Co., I Margaret Sprinkle, Rachel Cap
held Friday evening by Mrs. Garland McNutt of Miami,
emMter with I B. S. degree party" Redland Community" Church. A New York City, at the narrator \pester, Marie Althouie, Deity ToysI r I
from Florida State University the Gateway Eubdiitrlct .( Method enter at Miami High School Mr. who helped toorlonise the Home The value I of accessories to I Shiver Mary Ann Lewi. Phyllk
%her* M WM a member of Delta !* Youth fellowship tn Silver McHabb serves M aaalatanl. patter change bask costumes was J Della, Katherine Myen. 11.117 ,
Dell*' DtlU lororlty. Her father him MethodM Church The M of Blarayn\ Garden ,Baptist METHODIST CROUP TO RESTS itrene4 Artlfklil Carpenter Isabella Gordon Na tI
It I member of the faculty of young people present brought Church and plant I* study tot CHICKEN DINNER THURSDAY caper were shown to be useful'I dean Ruehle Donna Jean Pen and .... :. .
University of Florida and her clothing which they had Collected \hi mlnUtry A chicken dinner for benefitof Girl who served ai ) roll and Rennle Mark, :
Another It I former president. of from their neighbor for UM of Mia CeI'Dr.' .....,. University First Methodist Church buildIng -
"Twentieth Century Club In the needy of the community The of Miami student M lilt IS fund will be served by member Gilts
Oalneivlll. garment were delivered to Mr*. young people present In group I ef the W. S. C. .. from >
A 'gradual of Homestead High Marlon i Bernerker.,eounty health ilnglng. Cake and punch were i to I.JO Thunday evening In the Open 24 Hours A Day
School and University of norldi Dune, for distribution. aerved.' t'social hall. ;
the future bridegroom I I. I mem- Camel were played and .roc
,bit'.or' thl agronomy department freihment were *..rvrd."A I
oil 'the agricultural experiment Plan for Youth" wai the MRS. RICIIARDT OF SYRACUSE, N Y., I
For all the family
Ration ,at ,the university, tie I I. subject of Robert McNabb; president COMPLIMENTED AT BRIDGE PARTIESTwo Early-rising Fishermen.
Tau Alpha of the Dade County Chip.
.t member of Alpha
Good Sirloin Steaks Chops, Shrimp,
bridge parties,were .given|i Mr. T A. Moore Mr. Allen
Golden; Fried
I Fn'ENUS' INVITED TO FASTER WEDDING I In honor of Mn. Frank Richardt Neil Mr. R. R, Klnird Mr, Chicken DIXIE DRUG

I OF JODI DOLENDEU AND CHAS. CONNOR of Syracuse, N. Y, who I I. Visiting Neublg, Mrs Adrian Jacobs Mr .
her parents, Mr. and Mr*. BruceE. Preston D. Bird, Mr. John II
NouWg of Klndirmn dr. Mn. Hate Mrs Tho. B. Royal Mr GLADES RESTAURANT't7l Your Rcxall Store
Friend are Invited to attend tour of the state, Upon their return Neubig entertained for her on Stanley VTlttkop Mrs Edmond E
the wedding! of Mist Jodl. (blender they will mike their homeIn Friday and Mn. A. Douglass Pacettl. Mr. A. F. Arthur, Mr Phone tt We Deliver'
r and Charles H. Connor which their .new residence at the corner -'Tower on Saturday. W. E. Rheney, MM. E J. Dyl, R. KROME AVE, HOMESTEAD
of N. E. 11th at. and Third Gueiti tt the dessert bridge at Mrs W n. Lounibury and Mr,
will be aolemnlaed at 9 o'tlork on
home Mn. Ovid '
ave. th* Neublg were Edw. KroneMR -', -
Eaiter.Sunday In the First Meth. MlM Bolender I I. the/ daughterof Sullivan, Mrs Ralph Jordan
oditt :Ch rrh of Homeitead. Mr. and Mri Ferd flitter of Mn. Ann Foulk Mr*. T. A. *. WHITE COMPLIMENTS
After wedding, dinner for the Florida City and Mr Connor ii Moore Mrs M. II aiblin., Mrs VISITOR FROM DETROIT Here-Now
.bridal party at the Parkway, the a ton of Mr. and Mr*.' Charles T. E: Sbidlg, Mri. Tho D. Royal'I
couple'will leave on I honeymoon ,F. Connor ofillomoitead. Mr. Peggy Smith Mr Dan Mr. A. E. Whit was hostess ... .
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Beard Mn. .James Bogner. Mrs, at bridge Wednesday In honor of ..JiII!
AND EGG HUNT IN CITY PARK A. E. White Mr* L.' A. DeW.....' Mrs Veren. Yorker of Detroit ..
I SUPPER I Mri. Verona Yorker, Mrs Paul Playing, besides those mentioned, I
ENJOYED SUNDAY BY METHODIST\ GROUP Wild and Mrs Guy Miller. I I were Mrs W. E. McLcndon Mrs
Spring flowers and Easter bun-!, Dan Beard Mr C. J Strohm
- Mrs Jam. Bogner. Mr. T/ie/ SertsafrotalPHILG
; ales, duck and chicken were Ralph'Jord.n
Members of the Mr. and Mn and William Everett!, Saran and
'' and Mr Do.Weer
used for decoration of the Tower'home. Marjorie -
I Clan of First Methodist Church Margaret Mr and Mrs Olin P .
Wright and Sally and Claire Mr. The motif was repeatedIn
of homestead enpnyed a corn Trot'
I and Mr, Dale llcndcrion Mr the refreshment court, MARES HOSTS! TO FRIENDS
:, rout and covered dish upper and Mrs Wm. Carmichael, the cream In flower moldi Prizes AT HOME SOUTIIFRNAIR
Sunday at the city park. An Enter Rev, and Mn. J. E Jenkins, Mr. were. won by Mn T. E. Stadlg.l
egg hunt was held lor children and Mn. Archie McIntyre. Mr. Mri A, M Login and Mr. Edw. Mr and Mr* 0 P Blake were -
of the group. and Mri. Alex Johnson Mri Ash, In the order named Mr*. hosts nt a buffet supper Sunday ';
Present. were Mr and Mr. Bruce Ennli, Mn C, E. For ten- Tower wi ambled by Mrs If. evening and at roffra Suturdnjr '
Kermit, Glbb and Linda and Patricia. berry and Charla and Glenda, A. Amin Jr. afternoon at their homo South- ; .- ?
Mr. and Mn. Jeff Davis Misses Antoinette mil Helen Present. besides thnrt rnrn.' ernilr. j
and Tom and Jim Mr and Mrs. Moye and Hul!>ert Smith Honed were Mrs R. 'H. Done, For the buffet' nipper Easier
Manley Wltlkop and Maureen, lllle and polled palms were
MN and Mn. W. 0. Mill and used for decoration Guests were
Ann Margaret. ,, Mr. and Mn. Mr. and Mr, A. E. Quellrtte, Mr. e e Ii- e e e o
John Whlrhird and Mary, Mn We will and Mr*. O, Morneau, Mr tm<] C
and Mn. Cecil Dodd and Kathy, Mr*. Outside Dulgle, Mr and Mrs -I
Mr. end Mn. E."A5 RuchawM.. Lads. Dalgle, Mr and Mrs R. E
and Matinee Mr. and Mrs DavidC. Trotter Mr and Mr*. A. t
:. Wiltiama anti Marl Catltailu,, CLOSE AT 12 NOON Tracy and Mill Delta Puigla.
Dr. and Mr. Roy W. Harkneal Coffee wn poured by Mr. and ;
and Clan Lynn VernaUd and Mr. Blake' daughter Mri ,, Plays All Records
Tfheri Ruth Mr. and Mrs C. IThlpley I. Wednesdays Tracy
and Sandra, irvin and. I GuetU at the Katurdajr alt"I v # 7 ..
Hvna U.. and M". Oeo. Id- I noon coffee were Mr. bad Mrs All Sizes All 3 Speeds
ford and' Larry and Roan and Beginning April 12th I W, E. rOR..1and Mrs Dew ,
r Mr. and Mrs Vernon W, Turner I Partridge
'I Mr. and Mr Everett Shiner Mr and Mri. Blake I were
guests of Dr. and Mr C F, BETTER :

Wollam & Kendrick i limon Monday evening at dinnerIn
I Benson Electric Services i Miami and at the program ol .
the University of Miami orOiettra. than before '
I ever
Radio & Refrigerators
115 N. Krome Ave.
".."to.. Ph. 141 ANNIVERSARIES! MARKEDAT 1 yES' this handsome new Philco
I ---I' ---_ 1 play all records automatically -
Mr. and Mr*. Harry n. Pierce v . with a tingle tone arm! From 70
I ..1 entertained at a family party minute to more than I 5)hour of continuous .:
I Mar. SO In honor of the fifth
I music without touching the II
of their
wedding anniversary
ann In-law and daughter, Mr and i I changer. And . from all records,
I WISH WE'D STAYED Mrs James Grant, and the birthday ? old or ntw, the finest torn! everachieved

ennlvmiry of their daugh in recorded magic

,, SOUTH LONGER! ter. Mi** Fay Pierce.
/ ; "Dingo wa played during the In FMf
evening, and cake and cold drink I

were Present erved., betidei thoM mentioned challenges all comers

.,. were Mr. and Mri. Harry
J. Pierce and ion, Harry Mr and in Performance !lI
: j' ..:. -., Mr.. Harold Enrage and daughter '

Miry Lee Raymond Pierre, I i Finest FM tone and performance ever
'" Grant, Jr. and -Richard achieved at the price. Come in? .hoar
f Lee Pierce MME it, compare It, and judge fur yournelf.PWILCO .
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.. $23995And
-. of a Tuesday picnic: r , _
,. .'.
Matheion Hammock
\ party at
,, ) ., were Mr. H. II.' Graham .Mr*.
Earl Gryder Mrs John B. Cn- i 0'

I letter ENJOY the Siring Mmlhs) ham Drown, Mrs Donna John and!of. Brown Sharon Nancy Graham : ,1 I

IN FLORIDA and .Jody and Bobby Cryder. Brand New 1950 Philco/ Value

J-1I. If ", Just Look at this

.. ..; J WhY return North loo tarlylolce't1c .t ath t TO T. E. U CLASS Terrific Radio Value in a / Combination

l slush and ofi' Mrs Chas O. Martin wa hot-
5' poalblllo mud a dangerous COM
) I' tea to the T. E. U data of First PHILCO S20
:Il" :.-- flu? Th* spring month In Florida are particularly ttellghtlul. BaptM Church on Mar. 31 at her play Ibllda' n>coorda

r JIn. r ,,,:,, / Ran to slay and enjoy them. Temperature home at 19( N. W. Eighth it.Mr $17.95A J<.inet. auGmatkally.s toae I
r .4 P"vo ) will be |lust right lor comfort. . bathing suntannlng., *. Leon Northrup led a devotional ...Kwvw)at tK.. (....-.
.. service and Mr Q. rem both radui and
{ golL Cshlng and other outdoor diversions at their bet, I Sherard. president presided at a lentatlnn la -""" rinwrt pU.
A .reading was lkvabueli.4irv.a: ,
i business ""' 011. I bMUty pIlMUB--
\ UNI TRAINS ALWAYS AVAILAILI f i presented. by Mr*. Henrietta ro.trbd'psdurm- I
anc. at lu pex+. r
Mill $79.95.
;,:. Modern Brow
And- you don't need to hurry home because ol trctaservice. il eon At was noon served, a covered to the<>*30 h lunch mem- pUatle cabinet.Special I i I !I

Fast, finely equipped through trains la both ben prevent MIU 0\\
the Cast and )Mid West will be available over the f loc. 141t

a Ida Cast Coast oil spring and even summer. You will Benson Electric Has EASY m I

enjoy Just as convenient schedule* and modern equip-, -.- ..

,, i!::: 1 : .went! ,a*you (j.lIfOlll Ml'now,
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.... J Benson Electric Co
1. MM. M -' ,

e Benson Electric Hu Your Dependable Appliance Dealer .

;;: FLORIDA EAST COAST RY. Philco Appliances Aldnt established electrical contractor la the Redland In Prlnretaa since ItlT.

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1F-t.\CK URN URGES LOCAL CLUBWOMEN |' Mn ,.. It KfaunL Mn M rUr- HALEY If6tH ot'ER! __ iJ'rWal. II.1. $ -7 111 I

Ir TO SUPPORT MAY 2 SCHOOL BOND ISSUE! Mn man, Mobert hoeplulHy.. Jaenx Mn. .f....i. W tfral MLountbury ,.I GII9HO! At BAlls81 I ADVERTISING 1

A bridge luncheon' m bola,* ulMrt ._ ... .......
; nwrotMnhl, ..*. J. Y. M.wen of Baton Melds. CLASSIFIHD. i ii AMONG QUa MANY UW- LMt
r An atfimativ vet on the -t .. Ar. II M eecuUv gee E. ....... Mn Francis Bttoeeta. '
bond 1 lam wan Lm hour neat of Mr and Was.T KM. 1108 UL e "" .... .........era. ,
'1 Principal bard meting will| | .be held MUJ9 Mrt. Fend. littler: IUII1M Paul Malay was lives. Wneaday **-
E B. Blackburn : ta Uw clubhouse and a Mw. Henry. ,...set* iWrtnonaarvatten 5 5WIIid
apenber N &lie W....... eastiri'' evening there al a | Mrs. Thoa. B. Sepal l, by Mrs Garland N1CJB.Y LOCATBD CBStenaN Uat: Small black shawl den.
+wWV .< Use Warn** W *. *. aMded Ml**. Mra. ...,. U Krme; .Mee..*.i..1 l .M Ik. >>r.tliilil TM ItaeM M 'l'URUYu MULim. Albert. aW .tota, IH R IN'. ItaM to in wry lie Anrsrikn kSktnsy < \

ot ._ .... Mr. !! Mr. Sullivan, new president. W4n telwals, Mt'Io L. 1. YeteNlMa: Carat. Qtblea.rewr ........ wean in pitf. i ... .. ... Mr. Sitiard r .
WM Introduced fey Mr. finance A. N... guest home with plenty of I'll. m-M-I Reward' (af)
I stub announced the followingcommittee Mrs I While 7.. .. (aTtftKEMMINK ) ,
Gallalln. chairman of : American II. E Hessians Mn Ralph.. Jordan :: For Rent ........ houtt. TO ,, I

Mrs iota Balfe; rltisenshlft America) ;; program, Mrs A. F, Arthur; ROOM Moracas EASTER FAITY tinS Ii.............. .......... ..... t-test TALIN1TCE H.SM. Term ......:.!'.... "...........-4. ..

.berI wen told ttat Mr. horn**, Mrs T. E: Btadig Mrs euModian, ".. E. W. Burton; library CLASS refrigerates. Miaedianeoui
Easter for member HIM .....1.... Ph. IM-M e11J. .._ .. ., "
All .
Hale hM lor tale tlrk Gail Brooki. Mrs P I. Franklin; Sin. James B. Bogner. party t bedroom .ar*.* apt No pets Let ua ahow you tMa tkn* r..r .a. "''f.
the annual Fleet of Stan to Sin f* Mrs Otis O4U fourth (d.7)PyeNrl ) bedneee helve" an' eanlleel. ,
pot eduoallon Gallatin; tin Corner....... rd. and! Mowry
\.bt held Tuesday evening in the arts, )h.. Ann Foulk. Mrs H. V, TO BRING ARTICLES: RedUnd EfemeeAaty Seheol I d Ph. M-a. I Ring Theatre of University of Beth Mrs H. M. Campbell; pub- FOR COWTY CONTEST ors peen yesterday at the mIpI Stalest arlerMinlabean \ place and ouMoor barberue.Many All work |uarantee4raasoMbw. Pee1
Miami. Announcement WM made lit welfare, Mrs Donald SullivaaxPRINCETON school by the room tnoUwrt. Mme. ( mM) and reduce fedllitation extra feature Bashful Robert J. "n4y
J Handicraft which won I blue Arthur Fogle Jr.. Mr. David I and > .*.... furnished kitrhea.Hit . ) costs UmMM amount ot paWn and landscaped eftting. Roberta rd, Just north of Palm .I

MAKES I ribbon at the Homettead Home Colburn, Sirs C. J. Turner and cottage lot tuwimer Aero Cyanamld\ vallbli for next ONLY ....eo. Drive, Florida City. "'*'-* M.w, ,\
I CLUB TOUR TO SEE 'Dtmonatr.11oII Oub'l annual e.- Mme John M. Brown Ice cream rites Pleasant ground for rMldren. !. fall't crop. Order ahnutd be

f ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF ITS MEMHERSi \ i jhlMt will be brought to the and cookie! were served Rd1and arhool but and placed at once Call Rudy" Oman .. six THIS MAirrrruLLY

i meeting Tuesday for entry. In the Greyhound but Mop at door, 4 IIS-J or 684-R or E. A. FURNISHED .-becI_ horn Study Cossman Uta. '
Mrs Jame C Venn president mile N. of llomectcad on U. S. Fart BarrtaImwaai lassesael
Amen 6RI-J-I. (pall I) near school Large enclosed t
Member ot the Princeton Dde Achievement Day
( Hendenon. Hr. C. A. Bryant County eI tile Florida V. F. W. at _iliariet, 1. Redland Court, Ph. 284-B-4 JakiuMed porrh. Bath and EXTRA al reat- AcM hits I
Hbm* Demonstration Club made I Mrs Frank Weit, Mrs R., a eompetiUon to be held next will g* to Ocean Cove Springslomonow (.nf> lavatory, Landscapedyard 147 W. 2lagkefemarleadFrearhee
a(tour Tuesday tee home Im- Hampton Mrs D. K. Thompaon, month ta Install the sea offi- Earter Bunnies, $L35. El Rancko with barbvcu TOTAL ( Real Estate OfUea) "

p WlM'llti accomplished by I M.... Terry Nelson/ and Mrs Wit. Copper' and aluminum pictureswere errs of District SI*. Four-room house. In Porcine for Q, Farmlift road between Coconut PRICK t9.000 with low monUf n- tll-J er. ....t
sane of the group during the past lenwyler. I made bjr 1 II 1 club member alI and Silver Palm. (pa7)) j :
rent %.mlle east' on Richmond payments
year.After I work meeting held Mar. H. Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. rd. (pt7)DowruUln II' I J
a meeting at the home of COUNTY WU RANQfET I and Sirs II. U Brandenburg were Come. and lilt your Filter gift VERY SPACIOUS and UV- ItometUad Glass Co: -OUeg for

.. )In. Ralph Hunt who Showed her TO BI IIXLO IN MIAMI i iPn.ldent MRS. CKAIIAM CNTCKTAINS: Emory Brandenburg and Ota plant Begonias, tnornteu" cacti ABLE home on I lota. Jal.utlad all purposes We da i sash 1
remodeled home the croup tlu Doak S. Campbellwill FAST MATRONS' CLVBMr Rhode of South Miami. Emory apt, I rooms, private eplarlat African vloleU, etc \ front porch, living raomwilll gluing, and glaring of ill types \

lied the new home of Sin D. P be the speaker at the Dade Brandenburg la I nephew of Mr.' entrance, bark screened parch Mrs Maud Chandler, Silver fireplare, dining room, SOI N. Krome, Phone 17*.,
*. H. H. Graham was hostess share. Frlgldalre. gas to cook with : II III
Benton of Cooper rd. It Mopped Palm drttnd hour west of Tenn
County FS.U. Alumni Club banquet Brandenburg kitchen, | Urge bedroom,
Wednesday evening to the Past summer rate. Mr* Maul Chand
all to 1M Mrs R. E. Witten.wJler' to be held at 130: p. m, Matron Club of Naranja/ tor, Silver Palm dr., 2nd house rd. (mJltl) bath. Separate J-csr garage.. Myrtle's Shop i

.: her. store redecorated of canned dining sad Monday, Apr. IT, In Robert Clay Chapter of the O. E. S. Mrs Tom W. of Tenn. rd. ((7tf) IN GOOD LOCATION and I I1S .. FU|l",Beauty"- lit
arid Hotel, Miami. BEAUTIFUL ORCHIDS available\ priced HiM at $10,500 \
awarded the
Chapman was lucky .
frown products, Mrs J. E.: Camp-, I llrlene Ortta (Wd Wive*
i bell', refinished floors, and Sin.RG Reservations may be made by itar Mr. Earl Cryder a MisledMr {.bedroom modern ham*, fur at all times Homestead Floral t I" Bara. .e. .U.. Deeheas til
Cr.'onM"\ lawn. calling\ Mr Robert Burton at *. Graham In aervlni a saladcourt nished. All gas kitchen hot and Gift Shoppe. 122 N.W. 4th at-, ON TEN ACRES-1 krret Cmfreat. IIIMrrtle ,
78-4851 before Apr. 10. and punch Sff ll; and cold running water- Modern and Gift Shoppe, 331 N. W. 2ndCIGMC tansy t arree tn Avoraxtot t Bsrafstlter IIIQIftI'AnrTlNG
'At the business Session, the land. Price \
j a acre<< of<< glade
fourth Tuesday ot each month Present, besides those mentioned bath. Epmore dr. Phase 743-M-4: Termt.H .
designated for work meet. FltESBYTtBIAN WOMEN were Mr. Walter Peterson (s7)5room )j
,wli TO MEET Tlll'lBDAY Mr Olen Edwards, Mr. EE. 1'wl AJRazlnp . and CECOmATOTO
lni. It was planned to meet In J11- ACRES In eirelleni ..." ,
the Princeton Church of the Nat/ Circle One of the Women lllomettead :. Vihlen, Mrs. Lydia Styer and furnished houw 3 bedroomt. I lion on KROME Avenue tear Interior and extend'. MaIM
genre to paint tgurlnefTuetdtjrsrld I Presbyterian Church Mr.. W. O. Talbott NORGEStir.D.FROSnR- Year-round. MO t;;f l>h. 500-W rtP Iftod and ready to plant Phone 741-R, (fIllS 1)

to work on aluminum trays will hold a covered dish luncheon .' month. 41) N./ W. ills It. For ONLY IIO.JOO.. "

Apr. 21. at 1 o'clock Thursday at Mr and Mrs A. J Tracy of 'orlllUoJphon.. IIO-R-4. (a7)) Herman Marks\ Expert watch and Jewelry repair

". )drs Hunt 'acrved fruit Juice Camp Redland. South Allapattih Gardens were I [. Why not list FOUr property. ing All work guaranteed. **I'.,

and cupcake of Easter balle tct"l" Hostess will be M.... L. B dinner guests of Mr and Mr. ** Rtfrg4rraror! + New t-bedroom apt electric with" UI? IS S Krome. Phone ill (a-U| ) .,

Itbele mother of Louis B Poole, Win. Deckham! of Miami on Friday kitchen, Venetian.blind*. I blkE .' CONCRETE BLOCKS til aloes, \

:' }frttent....,. Mrs Owen SUrwley camp religious and recreational evening at Riviera Country YOU SAW ADVERTISED of Lobster Mouse In PerrlncPh. ; Dnice'l Block Coo, Ntranjt/ Fla. We taw BUYERS waiting for We buy, sell. and trad guni and .
Mrs i. U Murray, Mr, J. director. Club Perrln 7-Sm_. (*14)) Phone (71.For CLADE land and GnOVJE: pistols! At all kind N.U'a,11! S

A. Webb, Mr*. John 'McKay, I IN LIFE! CY I property Krome. Phone III, lol -U\ )
Sirs IAro,' Chambers, Mrs Benson Small! cabin 121 monthly. Lights ,

Mr Crawford Mrs Ceo W. and water furnl'tMd 1021 N/. ...... ...... ... ... ...

Drlggort, Mr. Lynn Lounibury Dr. F. P. Archer Jr. l E. alb ave._(aj) Sale-R al Estate FOR ESTATE COMPUTE BEIWCE REAL gee I HARDENHauling topsoil, potting toll, ,landaraplnf sand rock, -

Mrs Walker Martin: Mr*. David: VHNmrDfritjoii .... ... a..a.. a. .. .... Ml. Ph. :24J-R. Writ Rt I,.BosI4A
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'Colbule, Mn J. E. Campbell, ONLY 14 QM DOWN SHARE nice home. Quiet adult RICHARD FUCHS Uomeatead. 1

Mr*. A. L. Campbell Mr Frank I OPTOMETRIST tl per week I ISO a month. Easton. Ph. 171-M SACRIFICE 3-room frame Registered Broker

(U7)) 110Inel. udlnl bath and Joha II. 11.Ie.nt Far Rogner
KEDLAND CLUBWOMEN Elimination .f the Eye-;Optical ?rrerrlpl! Service\ HARRIS closet Total price $2.900. Vltale Registered! Salesmen

PAINT FICtntlNDS: Visual\ rr.lnlm-Office Air CWnlUu...... Room for adult, cooking privileges Canal rd., Florida City one block lilt N. Federal 1 Sep Benson Electric IlanIIOTPOINT ..

Work meeting, were held by Nice home. A. C. Eaiton, from U. S. No I. (pa7)2bedronm ) Phone III P.O. Box 99: ] ,d

Redland Home Demonstration DAILY, TUES. Til HP 8AT.-IM: U S:31Cl Refrigeration Co.Ht Ph. 17 -M. West Dater dr. RI. APPLIANCES )
Club on Mar. 24 at the Lion Den 2, Box 473, Homestead./ (mSltf) CD house double lot' Member of Chamber
West Mewry 81. llemnUal Phone .4. N Krvme Ave M-hmil u' CommerceFarms fk IUGHOVE
and on Mar 27 at the home of Phone IN IIOxlM! ft nour Storms Prlnretan. '

Mrs Marshall Stedcr of Silver' For rent: t or I large rooms, oil abutters, porch Price $8(50: A

Ptim dr. Improvements .Uft.11 ._._.A. un..u r term. al,'
Mr. Robert Amidon Inatrurted rnonth. Ph. 170-H. (m31llj; SEE ICHOE JORDAN MOWING Carl K.dllch,

27 club member In the painting Registered Broker Ph. 7G9JBuRlnem ..........-...........-... I, itov 489 110m"'.'''. (old
of figurine* at the Mar, 23 meetIng. Letcliworlli place, Kings hwy.)
On Mar. 17, Instruction In Close Out Saleof Upstairs apt. for couple, Mrs. lot 75x100 ft. cor Flnll.I for Sale Phone 5n.".W. (Mil) .j'.j'm

Bwedu darning wa given to 25 Lola Fitch E. Kings Highway, ler ave and Mowry it., noitli .. .. ..+. .... .........
fin 461 I-M. (mll>a7|I
member by Mrs H. A. Murphy Alan 2 builnest lob on Flatlet'and WE DO rellrble witch eepilnng.Wood .

of Miami.MOTH'S N. E. First l.-ltO ft. on Friendly Son'iee Jewelry, ilcCrory AT '

Or *,ICATION ni* TIDRIiD Used Trucks l/p/ .tatrt apt and downstairs apt, FliRlcr and 100 ft on First it cede (aISll)
Reasonable Corner Roberts. Ala reaionabla. II. G. Thurman And the benefits of our N.tlon.1Ad'f'trtlalnl j

< tines ntra-A.e..1... lilt and Coroaut Palm dr. Phoni I 8. Flagler eve, Ph. 498 (a7tt) Program are your' We buy old gold iwth. old ring. ,
IS Hi-HkRKBV A.IMIIXOT1CK R1VRN sin (mSltt) alien you lint 1 your farm or bust aWhj' 4 .. NrllX II 8. 1t11ll.....

H.than Wilt N.'KnH IoM r of nN c Court*td.T.i.:l Sty. CMint .. ::: :_No7v thi"llhe. ltrming Reason Ia'alait l oi'P\ 1vSe f'nd' nurse 1 Yea" -: MJ-R-t. 10 srte* on Bauer dr. $290 tntrrti nets with WESTS No Charge Phone III. ((014-tf) r D.. ..tact'. .. ........ .rl.d....1.......'._.. fr lot wrern. aat with a few more used trucks on hand than we like to (me. '] Upstairs apt., 2 roomi,Vd monlhlumm"r ) 10 acre on Fpmore dr.. rj No>reiimUtl\e Obligation., J Call, O WFSTS Preston,turn II SEE ALEX LANtEK fer. well
drd a M 'oN" ,....-. gnu (- rent Mrs Maul. I1SO an acre Lot on Krdland rd. Via. I'h Krom I
Therefore W S4t ad, Miami drlUiag. Corner art
.. mkraM 4k fHovlnf\ **rr er .etr .Ia .K* Owl *f DMM. sun .4 Chandler, Silver Palm dr., 2ni Fla 8.IISO. (In end N rOo 10th it flume SSI-W.

rtori Ut f.. MN"te.*. IraM. X,.o.. *..... 3Ist and continue through April 8th. hnuw4Wf of Tetm rd. (mSJUj,I 2. Box 43B-C, Momeilead

i AMIIlon. A a.a.. PIM Book IT. I'M.H _..................- .....,. .J
.. Uw Cninir !>.*", BUM Wit For isle: Ramh-atte tie |lu.f2bedroom
: ".... ,gads 1 1949 Chevrolet Mon Pickup es Pleasant room, good bed, private CDS home featuring Wanted of sell pw..tlt t { .... . . ... .. ,..,
.w _II... WM U l tkr. ..... sit i entrance, adjoins bat'hroon I natural wood iianrlmg Heautl* a a" .

*"tJ I. *Ockkirktin seu **riiri<.... shall M r.drw.da. 1918 Ford 2-ton speed rear axle with thower 'i block to 3 cut. fully furnished. 2 lot*. Tola) jrk Try Us When You Need \
_41ns t* .... tk' ,'..,..n, Mwr/Wd/ Ing places. 17 N. W.. First ,I. 15,800. TermsECHOEJORDAN Wanted tn rent: tare girag orbarn
kale will W wU.. w ih.* lIrh..' Wd..., ta farm .e.uicinentAddrest
|.t Ik* neat Haw* *aor M Ik.* flnl (m24111For ) A Haircut or tlor
g1.W, l I. ik* M*,.tk *f Mn' l... wkkhiw 19.16 International IJMon Cab and Chassis Rrglitered Broker !'It. 7,,W hole, 'A.(MT. L *dMEnterprlse .,. :
w IM Ace af Mir.' IMO.M '. 1
Share Homestead, Ft\* (pa7)) I
'r. this ISUl K. a. >LKATHhHMAN.County : 1918 Ford 2-ton Cab rentSr: om apt
C1 N Cheers c for avocados, mangos or lime '
rt'l .
\ teed. 'koPi' all ttove. Adults only, i. L. RAlrtale. .rr _-_, 75 WANTED,, '
4HJ-R-4 (
: Seaboard I Call 443-J-t or jlltf) .,._.. Io8hjna
'TJoRI\FTT.: P'C'I Dullard, lot tiauw W ot Shave *
(Chant. r_,, ilC. 2-1912 % USED CARS
IN.., al. Apr. T. 11, et, lelal Internathionals, 1 -ton 'flat beds the Avorada. (ml7-tf) .. (Mfdtoal) _. IN
Facial rank _.__ f lie Will pay taih for clean used ears
2-1941 ... .. ..'"... ....+ Itenj. Warren Morris -
Brooks Inc. InternationalS IJMon; flat beds For Sale Miscellaneous\ Rcglidcrcit Real Estate Droller Maasac (>la>.) ,lie Lawrence Motors,

OmbtMtle' Farlal _._ ,lie
1941 Chevrolet IMon; flat bed ..........+ +......... ... Tusk. _..- ISeMmsUah Chrysler Plymouth Dealer.
10 acre glade land at inter.section HI Nertk Krem Ave
I 1 k 1 Gravely L. rotary It-lieh plow, of oiled rd. and gravel Trim __ lie ..celt)

I II 1940 Ford 14 ton flat bed :y 1 apike-tMthed harrow. Doth rd., 19,000. Ihamaee. (Flab) _' lie ,

I 145. Ph. 7-3894. (*7)) Wanted: Unattached woman to

Oldest Completely BIO International lKton; flat bed 10 acres glade land fronting on assume responsibility tor Once, .
oiled rd., 14,000 tmall store. Leader Dot p lo. >.
Equipped GroveCaretakers Killing out all live stock) turlct)'.,. BUSH'S 141. (.TU)

i AU the above trucks are .in excellent condition throughout and ducks, pigeon. Indian River 231 R. Seems Are, ..... Ill
Croat laying pullets, 12 baby .
: Barber
i I ready to go to work.Bird duckling Coulombe .Tenncswwrd.

near Jtlnln! >dr) Ph. Ztl-M-4. .
t7)) For tale: New 2-bedroom CDS DPI. 016 IIaD tnMR4'Eledr1c Sen ices
home on large lot near school,
Total price $8,800. Term (Not .I Radios & Refrigerators
T, O. BOX II Co. STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, lowe l lprlcet s project):

HOMESTEAD. FLA.rkeett free delivery. Ph. 2M-f, SEE !CliO!: JORDAN Peseetea. rte. NI

TI-E 107 N. Krome' CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone 98 Mr. Hi*. (.7-14)) Registered Broker. Ph. 701-J ioT.r. Hum...nrrmovt KAMI

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Seminole TheatreTWO U. S. I at Naranja-Eait er Wl hln< Well h.ida. \ "o.u"
urmvt' TKOWLLMr. : . ..N1'
Drive-In ""
i' Breezeway ; Phone 574-X-J . l7! > '0
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AiwlMleai Adaltai" Mgbl/. 4cl Maltoee CUD 1 p. M.). Ste tbslr ietsr hen_.... 01
AdmlMlMi. Malta II* (tex larlried) Ckfldrtai Mdet .... lei l tea to Ivies It. (Tax ......... Ptlo .,"eI' 5151 .y:
; trader" It Admitted Free NortrR M HKSI'IIV: uivrn IM N
CMUrea ,. ft R. can ... Last Time Today: The Kid from Texas"SATtIIDAT Industries Inc. ""*l* OrtlfW .HMKkm S.M, kMl ..
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-BLONDE DYNAMITE- ,_. **I4 rtifww. _ikrai ii...
BOWERY BOYS .. Rooflr of All KindsPouredInPlace ,wq.1 party ...M d ........ M oNTT.w.i ,
r western thriller with "COUNTERFEITERS"And Pt ... 54,
newest ae..RNa..dl
And Monogram .
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JOHNNY MACK DROWN. In ALLAN (Rocky) LAKE MILDRED COLES In Gypsum Decks ee.15 IN t Jl VN Or *l *M. yl
c las a* a.. tk i* awl', w.. AIMIIIk
1. Cement Tlte Manufacturing M.I.NTs aP..eha.dra.
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SUNDAY sad MONDAY, A r. Ml ajU MONDAY A... !. fertlM >nr t M, rf HI n UN -
I Solar Water Heaters ht Ik* 'If hw.e NK (*.4 AmTk
THEM LAUGHING" Work A.> A IN* W .44< ft M **M Pat N M ......... A .....
\. LEAVE -MADAM BOVARY"A Sheet Metal K .n.. ., SMM M Ik M Uw .y h'wa alarlad beat
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And"ROCKY" . kale t M k -
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1 Acoustical Materials .ww..d N* HM.TM hate wv4 within (IM *Mr.K .
1i ".HCLAUDXm i MORRIS. ..we.wt .1 sell pore"e w.M
i TUESPAY M* WEW M>AT. Apr. GARY COOPER, JANE WYATT, WAYNE to .W wttar "'oN war Nl1. s gat Mew SeaN > M.
I : COLBERT ROBERT YOUNG IIi "TASK FORCE" Conditioning .. gees N a. M. wwse.11.1c awe's aawM1 M w.. Mee
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i "BRIDE FOR SALE"i AddrdiYHintSOAY Careee. red ec.dly" too .... ti... pise"eei IbaM ..... QIII plea l lwcm.
". '.J JUd WARNER BAXTT*:. MARY BETH HUQITES in Fan,Ventilation I WkM Meta A will UM own Y a HM d to err ed.pd. Widen...........
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"DEVIL'S HENCHMAN"I _l r. A. eX, IN. *Wr k Ik* IM .vI
DANA ANDREWS MAlTA TEREN, STEPHEN; McNALLY In me Ettlmalrf. -I MM. at.. D. IfMto4 .
I .. ) Pee SM* wf .( NiNa A. Welcome
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Miss Marian Anderson, oauflh- Houae (ueM* foe the put! two Dl Streak). hat returned lei 1 1 West It Ryan bra returned to 8-LEAPER-ENTEnpRISE Friday Apr. 7 IMP I
triI, Mi and Mra Carl 8 An- week of Mr, and Mr*. Robert J hit tudlea. at Princeton Unlvcr- hit home In New York after ,
dr,son, i. ixpvct to arrive today Brook el Roberta rd. In florid site after pending the aprihiholiday. 1;I spending several" weeks et tin/ ''I
and Around from Ward ehnonC'' CollegeIn I City were Mr. and Mra ford In Oouldi with his par I winter residence on Troplco rd Mabel He.",II. Cites. Janus Christie Miami'
Naihvillr, lenti Ui spend a Sampson 01| Cads, 0., etna, Mr and Mrs LeRoyftpreoato . Ryan ....... to return benIn Homestead. Mrs Nora '8I.1non'l Surgtir--Mlu Judith Hit
nine-day spring vacation .1! home, Mr. Ralph Piper of Cole I the fall "I ranja, Mrs. Helen house, Miami; Carl Ron, I
O., and Mr. and. Mr*. Jate IIIUIHM OouIIII i, Mr*. ChrujUn ndngo. v .
Mr add Mr*. t Clark and.. of ItMlftn lMlHi lad. .. Mr. Bmma Cary .baa returned Robert Jaenach. of Nanny; rd. .
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Homestead cMldran, Linda and. Sammy, have, daughters, Shirley and JaM. to. her home In Key Went after a, ha 'been a patient In Jamae,I
moved from the Free apartments| vWt. her with her brther.n-| Archer fmlth" ItoapiUI I I II
Into their new reetdemw at the House f ueri* of Mr. and Mr law and Hter Mr. and Milo Sure is hoLI
corner of N. W. Seventh ace and T. Paul Haley' are Mr. t. Y. harry R. Pierce of HI tie W. Mrs WUbur gwank and sea,I
Fourth it Dowen of Baton Rduge, La. and ,', week Iii* U ck. Uteao wed blankets sad] other wlnlrrMI .
\ Mr. and Mr. Roy Martin and Orval Irwin le reriiperallngMtlafactorlly nrth ace Verdfce. ltd lest for their .' .
We have
tells ptaatie and eedaMaed bMuketaterase
daughters, Sandra and Undo, expert after a throat operation daughters, Virginia, EUuocUt! and home In South Bend Ind., aftera baft
to move early next week performed( Saturday ai'' Mrs L W. Ernut lint! her houae( M'''Iorl.) Mr Dowen, who la attending Mr. and Mr. Jo. Damo left visit here with Mn Swank.
Into their new home on N. W. Dotlon': hospital In Coral Gablel guests, Mra llonry Nekh and a St. Petersburg. convention Thursday far Andalutla, Ala, _.Ift-Ilw and daughter. Mr. All larmrab Insured against! Uwft. fire, and. wafer.
Sixth it. The Martina have been Keith Nelch of 9p nlfleld, Ill, of hospital administrators.: after spending; the winter1 In end Mrs Robert E. GrubU. j j demage'sblle U ear nearealoit.
living on Coconut Palm dr. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tyre and have returned. to Homestead after plan to Join his family her This Princeton with their eon and
children, Charlie, fanny, penny I pending aoveral I days In Cuba, weekend Mr. Bowen li a niece daughter' Preston Burnoi and Janis Hooker ha returned. to

Mr and M..... B. A. Frofchcr Joe and Carolyn, have moved 1 lor Mr. Haley Mr*. Ode WillsMrs. University of Mlaeiaelppl. after i, TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS ''
from Camp Rcdland Into their! )'1'1. frank llcndnraon oPrjnceton spending the spring holidays with j
left Tuesday for a two-week via hai returned from a Mayor and Mr. Wm. O'Dwyerof . Earl Orydcr and suns hi. Mr. and Mr. John
It In Annapolis with their eon own home on the Old Dixie Highway I parent a. E. lint Ave. W. W 8EVMY, Mar Iliac. IIS
aouth of N. E. llth .L ten.wK'kTIp\ to Son Antonio New York arrived uneupcitcdly \ Jody and Bobby, who are visiting J. Hooker of Naranja.
and daufht r-ln-law, LL and Tex, where she vliitud her IOn I at Key Largo Angler. Club it the home ef Mr. and Mn. II.
Mrs.. Clarence Proacher, and and daughter-in-law, Mr. and' Friday to spend a ttn-diy vaca II. Graham of Naranja, expect to Mrs Cheater Scailett' plum to
their grandchildren, Torrey and New home owner her are Mr Mrs. Oeoigo, Marion Hcnilrnion, lion. They flew to Miami and leave next week to spend several leave Tuesday for her hume In
D. McVlckcr, Jr., and
and Mn. W
Baby Marguerite U. Froicher Linda, their two-year-old ann, Drone, motored down to the Keys wrcka In Miami Deach before re- Earlvllle, N. Y., after a vlill heiat ....
wilt leave lOOn to take a three three-year-old daughter and baby. Joyce Elaine, who was turning lo their home In Chat- the horn of Mr. and Mrs. B. No
who have moved from Princetonto
month port graduate courae In torn Feb 13 On the way home I Dill Ccrunlmo, It-, of Miami \lunooga.. A. Robert. Mri. .ItMicrt and her
homo N.
Dululh, Minn. On the return their new on
trip occupy
Mn lleiuliTMti visited relative who I I. a member of the Dade will
laughter Tiny, uocompnnyMri.
Mr. FrolIC her will leave E. Fourth it
MnProacher and friends In Lake City, Live County I Road Patrol, I I. spending John D. Graham of NsrsnjiexpecU Scarlett. far a* Kiaalm- .
al Columbia, 8. C., to 10 Oak, White' Spring Jaitntr and several day of a'. vacation In 'to return home today where will\ visit rela I .
mN they
on to Benonvllle( Ark, where he Mr. and Mn. Otli U>i>er and Jennings, Fla, and Valdosta, OaMra. Florida City at the home of his from Montgomery, Ala, wherehe tive.. .IOGS', I
will spend the summer with another four-year-old eon, Jimmy, have parents, Mr and Mrs Wm JOeioulmo has 'been- employed for acv-
IOn and daughter-in-law moved Into their new home on oral :
. Sylvia Alklm his roc by Western EletlriuMr. Mrs MiDhenny.;: mid
Mr and Mra. Elbcrt Frontier, N. W Fourth it. Just Wilt ot Graham ha been transferredto Franklin/
turned from EiMlla where she j her mother Mrs K. O. Hrmlrron .
,and their ton, Jon j Hubert rd. ON OUR LOT I
the Mluml branch
of the
visited six l .w (.k. with her toOl! corn- both of Mluml visited( Mr
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and daughter-in-law, Mr mid p a r. and Mri. Frank IlenuVraon litrrlnt.toton
Mrs Manuel A Atkliti. and their I I Friday
little daughters, Sylvia Marilyn
and Wundu :The ejty) council of Jlomentcatlla .: Mitts Wanda Smith a votive of I In uwd-tir: lUng! t"dog" t clunker, a htapt
asking for bids on one 4-door llome. .|o.l who I la visiting/ now lit = rolling .wreck.; Often there are given a '
pJERSONAtRESPONS1B1MTY Mr. and Mr., Anthony Flesh* Immediate Service cedan. utoinoble( for police do. St. Louis, last week rrpurlotlneoliitt \ auJckle paint lob and told to somebody I 1
belle and children, ROM and, partment, UK bole to Include mow for tho first time. wonderful : .
fiowirlo left yesterday for them ride( pray! on' did> var Such bide\ bargain"Se

ummcr home In Fulton N. Y Reasonable Prices to be eereived'up to 8'p- m. Eddlo and Bobby Carter, loin I //pyi.M yUevjwr Jtalrr/
17, 1950. The
reserves-\pr'l of Mss. Lucille Carter, will return > *
UOUKC fluent of Dr and Mrs, -ht)| to reject any or all Sunday to llolle Sthnol InJackwmvlllo Ai t reputable Bulck dealer, ** don't keep
I) V lYnnlnglon.. are Mm. Ten- I CITY OF HOMESTEAD, filer rpciiding lhospring : any "dogi." W. tell only thooe", era we have
Tit '
Quality Workmanship By n, E. Edwards< .'.. I
iliigton'H broiler' mid ilntcr-ln- I I holiday."11. faith in, those which are mechanically sound
raw Mi arid Mra Irvine.. Howell City Clerk. ... '- and worth the time we spend in making them
7 o'' Charlotte. N C. .. : CALL FOR BIDH .11JAMES: ARO'l1ER NMITIIIIIOSFITAL I I look ai beautiful at they are. :

It b estimated that on ao average diy la the ".. ENGINE OVCIHAVL Tie city council la calling for N 11111111/1111111111111111111111111 NEWS: Drop 'in the week and look over the sound :

United States four million people are actually e I O )ids one for trader sale of bids one to loud be rollerand made'e nirlh I running, snappy models! we have-and tee
dlubled by illoeia, and! couatlen others are !j14 O kfparalcly on eaih mm hint.! To Mr. and M..... John Aber. what liberal policy we Mil them with.You'llbe j

iBlcted! with minor ailment, Not only li the I ReliableRadio MOTOR TUNE-UP. These machine may be seen it nethy of llomesteud' u duuiilitcr. I glad to deal with t Buick dealer!
o o (the light and water plant Ruth .on Mar 31 i
economic Ion incalculable but the effect on II FRONT END ALIGNMENT I bid will be received up to 8 p. To Mr and Mrs Craig'King of

the spirit of the nation !ia a factor to be 0PAINTING m. Apr. 17, U50. The council reserves llomeMeud a daughter on Apr. ITo Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
.t the right to reject any or Mr. and Mi*, Cites Council
reckoned Repairs all bid*. of Iliimohlcad, u duughter un
o Kouth Kromf at 6th SU riiune tit 1
XThit' cia we do to better this situation Certainly, it a BOOT AND UNDER .es, CITY OF HOMESTEAD; Apr. 2
I REPAIR iy* It. E. Edwards, Pillenla YOU CIT TNI ItST DIU flOM YOU lUlU fiUHI I Id
rery minimum, you can care for your own health lid the O City Clerk I Meilkal- .Mil. Ciillio Ooln Mrs. !

health of your emily la the end most problems are re- Hacked by I EAT conll -- -----. t

solved! la the Individual sense of personal reipuniibility.Obaerve o
15 J;) years of experience. VPltoLliTUINOVNIIElCOATJNQ
common heilth rules Consult your physician Incase o

of illncia. If medication it needed, hive your proKriptlon !
Your IH'A Victor o *pioL'IIDu' ''rro ,
compounded by but expert prcicriptioaiitaAIR ruRttLAINIZIMQLUBRICATION; .
Radio and Television: 0'

I Dealer) I 0' \ ti c'dhu, rtl
Glades I
Prescription Shop i o 1 y
Dodd Radio & Appliance \ A COMPLETE BUMPERTOI I rtw f s
,.. Kreme Ace n... elf IF DrSIRED: I

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4 ,' THE BIG NEW from
Scratch Feed

Bird Chevrolet Co.

West1fl house 117 N. ICreme Ave.Ilorneilrad Homestead, Floral & Gift ShoppeFlowers I 25 lb. bag .' $1-03

= sheltie. M, fla by Wire 1"lowcrfone 53 100 lb. bag H05
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22 Years With
ChevroletHcnson ---I Growing
I / I ,

4 RANGES Home-Cooked FoodFried I 25 lb. bag $1.17 .

fr :I.

I I/M Chicken a SpecialtyHot i 100 lb. bag $157l

__ ..J Biscuits with All Meals\ : I

K1N6! Home Made Pica I Mash

Electric Has We close at I p, M. Sunday Laying

Her'* new opacity, new contenience ., Philco Appliances SLIM & AMY'S RESTAURANT 25 lb. hag. $1.19
for your kitchen! The '

big.speckling new Weitinghuuit beautywillbeyourfrrat -with in rrl.,1fb,! lit 1 II I I I U. 8. 1 Jest N. ef Iliynetlead. Phone 4J7-R 100 lb.; bag $4.59

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I choice- forever) . I -

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S t I, Sultana Fancy Short ,drain Hicc-3 II)..bag 33c: ;( ,

Romon M.ol br.od 'com* '' ,d i American Sardines In'Soy lean Oil- (

bins the rich, wkoUQrolngoodntil i''i ., t, 34' -oz. can ................10c '
Nutley! Oleo, 1 lb. ctn. .uncolorcd.:...v. ...21c ,

of white, ry', ., Armour's Pure J.ard-l lb. ctn............ ........15ci J
who|and the golden iwettneti '
E' Ann Page Tomato Soup-3 cans for... ..J&c
ettl/ER SIIE ?
N.eSORFECE i 'sitmiFICI of honey with health )I 1 I
Cool food la lay mktoilitoil COOKWC CAPACITY COOKING CONTROLS giving vitamin, ,. mint/roll, ,'
Nil clew> Boam wotklte space' Out of the ZooelBaalCooklal I I Ann Page Mayonnaise- \
aced New tfttdt Ntw b iwtaUi>Hil4fcilMMConn T.I-A. intrgy and reughagt. L.5 1 3
pHct heM ciradaiioej Uoiul New coats Glaacetwitrba.nedSia.Ise : Tint Jar: ............33c Quart ..........59c
large uMaulal gle I Dial Ones Coouob :

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.<0..>' 0? JIIJ . I I A&P Food Store .,

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i ICI C,1ER, 1"D > S From Your Purina Dealer ::,:IIR' :.:-: t.I t.

.ey.E i KYHHlN6 M lvBUT.THe HAMSmmm I ,

t ; AM Spihl 3 os rOR DOG CHOtYl _

nLB. % T fresh Meet Dog nails !thrive on Dog Chow.:'It'* tR

gaeryr palatable), nergy-fillad( lo(feedl f i
l eg ants :
( up1, MA It'* made to help keep pet and work. ;; (,
DOO.T( $ I v' J r Log dogs U lop condition Com in t I ."

' I i, M I today for a boa bf{ Dog Chow ,_ f?

.I inc.r o GAS 'Lon/eow r et- Glade & Grove Supply Co. >t>

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