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: May 5, 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: VID00711
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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Redland District's Reliable NE\VS\ paper Since 1912

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:3Wh Year. No 18 HOMESTEAD.; J: FLORIDA, }t'RlDAY. MAY G, 10 l Price 6 Cent



I Acts to Clear Way' OKELL FLOYD,I How Voted Homestead REDLAplUdCTJOINSSTATE


I' R,It, Public Utilities Com. vL
(Group I II)

For Rycheck to Build Albrilton 1421]

King 43tWsinwrlght 101 FOR LEANING TO EXTEME LEFT

I (Group I.) .

Hotel HereTo Clear-cut victories were won Certer IVyetto. '24 41(! George Souther may have opposed\ U. nyNiupoly fit an !

$$100,000 by George Obit and Robert 3. I Pepper U. 8 Senate HVSmatheis failed 'to tarry Dade County In kind labor-by capital| ovrnnieni! ot I

Floyd, candidate for state. representative !' his smakhlng itate-wld victory Pepper, harked barb lo thetaw

I In Group I and Group I.| Congress over Senator Claude Pepper ) Deal and Ifvc'magic, nan"e

1, respectively, In the Dcmos. Cannon S7! Tuesday but he rained I(nine. of Franklin D. Roosevelt In >hI., .

make possible the building Lantaft MlWarrlmr I stead and the! rest ot tlte Rolland campaigning, advocated gutenmem I .
I I of a f 100,ooo rwtcl l by Michael T LIBRARIANS .' 111Aalabture I Dlfttrkt by more than two to medical Insuranc hel/f nut
i promise of Townsenil Plan pmprone '-
1 Ryecheck on S E. First evee be. I (Group I 1)) 1\0Z one claimed that ,",""-nNit

(ween' Sixth and Seventh streets, t II flunk 2' L j I I The all pmlncta from Perrlneto of his. candidacy by the MorKl

City Attorney Ira C Haycock OF FLORIDATO I Ferguson 2U< Horlrts City, 'lnclul\e ''' erllU'1Iof the Oommunlit Diih

was Instructed by the council Kennedy I' : Sniauher 2.043 tote as agalnetl 1 Worker was a ""'lJ'II'ouJ"11"! / / '
I said he would vole against ".'
Monday night to negotiate with Nicholas II IOOS for Pepper) The precinct'*
Okell 5M. Ft:PC When" ,U come up bi useprate
to acquire right- voted as follows:
property owners
MEET HERE I Shaw :31lag. again.BILL .
of-way for Sixth si The strip, PreHti.1 !? ---
II 1 (Group 1)rasrii : )
shown on th* city map as S E. 841lluttn 17 (Pen-In) JM 2IR

Sixth it, .U laid out with curbs, I 34 (oiildst) 111 no

etc,. Haycock told |the council Itcdland Florida District librarians will own hear writers tho "Petersen 51fchmlill 1- (Bedlaml) M :rlla LANTAFF
(illnrelMi) |'I| !M
but apparently, been, bought and nkluralirta' at the )late tnitl- a HKei llomettoad) |',5 183

by private Interest. lute' lo bo held next IrldayatLlly i ")> Tl 110
Ryecheck It postponing the Lawrence Row Library I Localspeakers BEATS CANNON

start of construction until accent at the afternoon ecsskm I 11 I lltmnleads; ; 7D1 votes foriSmalherl
to the property Is assured by the will be Dan Heard<< superintendent Leg (Group 3) almost equaled the I
opening up of the street. of Everglades National Park i Cannon UI entire) numlwr of votes rant '
One reionlng application war Richard T. Dird, palcontolnglit Flovd Sill)41 In the presidential .primary FOR CONGRESS

approved on* was rejected) and and writer, his wife, Hazel Russell) Jackson years ago\ when Ui* total h..1
two>> wen ordered advertised fore Bird also a writer; and Mackenzie -- RnsenhouiMi 21Purchasing M4 7'he I.146 senate race )
publk hearings, Approved was Cottrcll, Saturday Even. GEORGE S OKELL AbentCalvert J Tuesday twtalilishnd an ilt-

the appllcstlou for ..A1I.malldlSuWJvI.lon Ing Pout author, I critic primary Tuesday.Okell 47 IV __ __ renirrt l far a vole turnout In I IIlnn -- --
talks will be Joyce e;"teed.
mini. In addition, shop ,
to reduce the with
reflection ,..
won IWiardDM ,
bun square ',1 .trite( for dwell mad by: John R. Uanlster, Institute 8J.B20 votes *l compared the ( 1)) SENATE!: NOMINrX .Gr:.t\\Uf\ tM; TIIt:;:J Kmather iupINrterp| | prepared| i |
A T : I night "I" all
Ingi Iron (21 square far to 110sqtasreUaeLNoe chairman; ('uuI combined total of 48,777 amassedby lluwes IU --- -- along the
Noon chairman of the' public II* I I line" were Jtibll.nt over the Irnul
< .. public pbjcctlQ"1
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his five opponent Collins 141 Tu Mold Conference
(Continued on 1'1111 Four) two to KIM margin but In JIlt
mad to the proponed I
I Miami Noel .141Sumuson -
Floyd member of the
change for( the tract, pn whlcb II.22 I city commlwlon and nationally U'', On 1th St. Croaking"isauiug oan 30.0WI( votes early front Kmmhni statewide lead. se.of t

O.'ftarbttt plans construct cited Jsycer, polled II.S10. the (Lot 2) turns
I CM tw1l\ngs\ Th tract lie betwr KHV ANIS ?LU I I greatest number of votes ever i.rI Graham }7Henderson < W the, N r. Fourth 1 Ip 1 I-IW n .lIt' Ihmq.. '
1 : 'YU IliftfoUPWnkdb.'
*bad ,
'n H! yLJ&F1nL 'v* &
w j" ,,,,,, .MJt hilrwdtrrsdlrE ..,( W .
\' tr.W, 4flsMJ, stand f'l"' i"-; w4Wn'6.tenu fhtor witting top the w
IMfctjrWW 11th stOverwbelmlni;W TO SERVE loop'AT 1 I CWnll$." 'HR'th. hU"Clilt2UD2' 4fM at a coh/orcm. tot/ 1. *. ; : t urns from ""'I".I..r. counties 'in
gather were able to garner we//04( and north Florida to rut
soda of
Flake with fnrtnlH-n the city
by Y
l lilt
vote*, Van Down down this lead.
Manor property owners' caused CONVENTION Van An 101! IN SOUTH DADE tiuncll at I.Id clork Tuesday matted, IlienerHUrni
In the for representativeIn kept Die Miami
race hooMIng
rejection of an application tq I.dun I. ---- ----- afternoons J, W,, Inalllllwho \
Grant ,
Croup, the Incumbent,'a 'lead until the
the minimum floor inure requirements seeking the crossing to l'XIMId.ledeyelolm"III
Storkditlc, with 44271 votes,,, final' statewide rind was: SmnUieif ..
In that subdivision Pienlilent" Art Troxcll and the of hi. Civic Center
to net majority over his CITYAPPROVESEMPLOYMENT 3R2, 49 l'ppifi'. 119.173
railed a ; |
ham 1111 square feet to 926 Rev Martin R. Davis will be TheIttfllimd Oinlrlil went Addition will bo invited lo confer
six opponents' and mutt run In The! Dade ounty, vote was
feet Ceo N., Wskcfleld official I delegates of Florida ClljKlwanls with the t
square I the' second primary Miry 2.1. with alnim With tljf ir'II l 'it HHle"oonh 60111)) for Pepper and H (
was spokesman for thejrotentlng Club at the thirty-fifth tho runner-up Dante Faicell OFTAX In rwhrlrnlngly the council committee\ ap- 8m tlii>rs bmiitheri loss ot Dade I'::' DILL LANfArF
householders who attended the annual five-day convention of ap ixiliited Monday night to help
meeting In s body. FMco Manor Klwanls International which will I who pollod 2J.50J votes, orovlnt the ll/JtmiOtMl trhK I work out arrangement (teJ open by 117 votes Is attributed largely Hillt4ntaff. young, . ayer

la located between W Mowry si begin Sunday In Miami. Every Wm. 0, Joyce won a sixth ASSESSOR (Kind l I.sun In Ihi first prlmury., the croMungai* Wm. Mushclwhite to the activity: \ of CIO "cartel.baggers" | who defeated pat ('am. ,ID : ,r

lid r 1. W. fourth sk end N W, member of the club I I. ervingon term as countpurchasing agent Tue day! W.lUr Weiss and 1'iesidrnt Huw- In the industrial and the of/ir of congressman ft MI
Motions of Miami Of theI.te'
becond in4.Fifth avenues. one of tho convention committees, (Continued on Page Two) A vote of mm,' limn -even" In and L. Johnson. negro tho fourth district by a vole of
I Year-round employment of a .__. __ _.._ 97 counties, Kmathers captured
'Action wi deferred on r- reports Mr, Troxell one wan balked, Ui| In the district u 7.101 I. 47.IM, was l,v rd lit
coning Newport and Plnehurslsubdivisions Soma. 10.000 business and professional Homestead city tax assessor at mi with 1136 In fnvoi" or the 4" and Prpier.Ii. the Reclland District!, also. Hie
until the required leaders from all sec* CITY SPONSORS annual salary of 13,000) was authorised Issue end 204 oiM| | The ,lIIn- THE WKATIIKItMm : :I Smatters" 36-year-old e* six ..uti,,",moat Dad. pre i. t

aJvertisIng procedure U com lions of the United States, Canadn Monday night by the city tv-wldu vote wan THJUt: in favor fir,..... en6.suant ...... 011 ... -...... marine made a bold fair cl."ot'ut"Rht gav Anl.rr i total ot 1,11:1:
on the proposed employment
piled with. A minimum floor Alaftka Hawaii and Yykon council City Clerk R E Edwards nf the bomli and RI)14) auulnnt.ror saws. H..we Plaid. ) male/ Sotlal- against' 1,070 for Cannon
HOUSING > M.e.IMhl5ce.IW'Apr. I I | practices : ,
rise of 116 square feet was Territory are expected to attend GROUP sum-is nf the bund IMUC Cannon was UyUig for I eon,c
was Instructed to advcillne, 27 rm aOUT u- Iced medicine. and deficit 'l|>IIId.
asked for Newport,, an acreage the meeting In Dinner Key audi It wan nerewary, (hut :VI; |xr rent! back from his defeat lour year.age
'tract located at the comer of torium. for bids, wllh the provision thai plum one ol the county ti ec. Apr. M Bft till JiltXI\ Ing, but centered his effort nn by Ueorgn ftmatlter Lan,

Roberts rd and N. W. Eighth st In addition to hearing eight! I TO RUN AG CAMPSA any or all bids may be rejected holder outs In Hie, election l and Apr. 3D 04 fill 2U e.0Apr. proving Communist-front Prpper'a friendliness orgiinlzatiuiw to. taft wai trying 'lor I prmnmkn,
:30 81: 60 3.07 ward) -
A property owners' controversy nationally known spankers, delegates by the council I that a majority nf the voters from four year *s a metiil..i of
i May I. ... 80 61 28.\D5: !Hinathers: spoke out In favorof
an alley way also will In Imponemcnt of Rsrlmso tax ? u the Florida house' of
about keeping open participate flve-man Homestead Homing a favor the procrnm The enters'turnout May I. 17 HI ..004May the basio. principles of theTaftllarlley rrprcneiitalive -
W Second to Fourth conference Klwanliac discussed but official l action .
from N. panel on was no far excemlerl the ANWKIrequired
Redland and law and said he Is
Streets between Fifth and Sixth \vltles. Provision Is made also authority to operate was taken Walter Weiss I to make tile, elct-tlon } 17 611 2911 the Redland flrtrlrt: \ vote *>.. (,
avenues appeared solved when for relaxation, fun and fellow. South Dade migratory labor voiced the opinion that It Is 'Juki valid. Prxlnct Cannon LII' ,ff ;

Utilities Superintendent Gordon ship. camps was created Monday night a matter of time before the tax It Is expected\ hut several Jaycees Reelect Tyc President; 87 (Ptrrln) are t'tl! .j,
W. Ivey reported that H. O But The Rev, Marshall R. Reed of by the city council upon request must be Imposed"*, and E E. King month will be required for validation II doulds.) l'7 IIIIJ t.
bee give the city an case, (Continued on Peg* Three) of Dade County Agriculture and said that the controversial collection and sale of the bondi anal live Inhalator for Emergency Use .11 Hedland>)> 108 IN 1
Barber had been holdingout Labor Association which has oj>- fees should have been levied that tha Surrey will be' available 110 (Princeton. ) 16.l IU aPt .
against the six other property crated\ the project for the pant year 1'0.Sanllallon. sometime: :between Novrmtier and:i I (Homtekd) 172 (10

owner. in the tract who NUDISTS' SUITDISMISSED two and one-halt years Assocla- Committeeman CarlS. January to Start on a threw-ycar Frank lye was re-4-knUrt I |irs> r. faretll treasurer, Named to' 112la.( City) T4 TO

wished him to dedicate a strip lion director are expected to be Anderson won permission to construction program l to give. the alley outlet on N. W I appointed by Mayor S. E. Livingston purchase a load-packer for haulIng Of the IMUC!, nearly one and of Commerce' at the Adair J. D Abbott Robert S.
fourth stHaycock BY to the authority to continue garbage after he had objectedto : one-half millions 1 II earmarked forschool (Speedy) DeWItt II. II Paul Jr. MRS."CECIL"lOII
explained that an present administration of a proposal to carry the matter cnnxuucllon and Improvement Apr. 11 meeting In Slim and and Chan, L. McCartney, The new ) )) )

easement" differs from an alley i CIRCUIT JUDGE the camps. over 'tor a report at the next tiara Goulds south Inclvl Amy Restaurant II A, A man slat. will B U Into office July I.
In that It limit use of the strip A. explained by Luther L. meeting It was estimated that Imp nltllnr and equipping, ) the was made) first vice-president. ; Purchase. nf a portable Inhala. TO BE PRESIDENT.

to city,utilities.Th (Continued on Page Two) Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Four) .Howard KJrby. secretary; and E lor to be kept at the llomeateed .
council accepted! an offer I 'DI.mllill! of a suit by J. Reed -- --- city hall for emergency use was

by Ralph Runnels to donate 1)00 : tuple to fore county permission voted by the club Police Chief OF SOROPTJMISTS
and to dedicate right-of- : to: establish. a nudist camp on t0acre
for rock Wm T. Brantley" who Is trainedIn
way for the opening by the city tract four mile* south Lest We Forget . /?// Annie myhcw? Fitzpatrick operation of the Inhalator, will Mrs Cecil Dodd war' elected .

of W E. Ninth.. ct and M, E. Sixth : west of Florid City ws ruled Instruct firemen, police and club president. of the Soroptlniist Clubof
ave. Wednesday by Circuit Judge OoE. In '
t'nIIlM. member its ua.Jayreee plansto
Homestead Tuesday at the
Also accepted were Offers by Holt of When w* **. motorcycle) neighborhood Will represented! ) b> a town then with tho big mill. .. Smoke (In the north finally form a Supplementary enter club weekly luncheon meeting;
SU John's Episcopal Church and Holt upheld the authority skimming along these wonderful the Robertses and Frorleps usually I heard my aunts tell this tale' filled them with fear that the gear? squad for duty In dl..IA-r... !in Seminole TradIng POll! Mr
officials to act In the
for the I the county
Herman Mark to pay health. 'safety roads, we sometimes think of the of that mill. Th. company had wood, fir might get into the according to President Ty*. Fltanor Froecber.: was mail first
and steel for Interest of "public! ,
rod of concrete the city will morel and general welfare", and rough rutted trlill ot the sari, W* often met up with several not answered letter about delivering pile of 'lumber, That ,,11I11IIham\ The club voted to pay the .*. vlo--prsldnt, Mr* Lena Link,
drainage ditches, and If the ruled 'that the commission and days The erne struck here, and showers No one minded getting, lumber for Aunt Annas to wide-ewakenesa and off they pen_ of four delegates to the second vie-pr *lderit\ ; Mrs, Ms
dig the ditches Supply there must have drenched and no one ever seemed shack 'When aid wanted C get went' I I.) see what could be done three-day stale convention whichbegins Morris, recording'weretiry. Mrs. <
necessary ,atl gratings.N. E. lltht The used toning"sound adjustment discretion"board In denying had. twelve s members Olbet.'b.en: : Jw" to catch told.8ometilMl'. onto her own place :: was J Someone! had started a back fir.. today in Jacksonville I r W. Leiby. corresponding: sex- s '

church property U on 1 'hi applicationSuplee called the Motorcycle Club. I wonder If science slipping up on her so she and I however, so the lumber was safe Representing the club will be retaryi Mrs. Jack Polk Veasurer; p

. and the Mark. store.JT. W.* First now and his wile Zelda( All the courting was done vii I II missing out on something In Aunty walked to Princeton to1 They took many odd trips One Ty*. John McLean, Paul and and Mrs. F U wells,' truitee,
under construction on Streets a similar camp la Pal motor cycle ride. The whole those days the mud or marl from aea about the lumber personally', Aunty drove to Miami with the Wlllard Darns A* Lie rwteuraot. h; cloning
eve Continued It was explained Page by Two), I I merton operate 'a. I crowd thought! nothing of riding the glade wa* supposed to have 'Whoever' Wa In charge said I Anderson family for some unknown Dwlght E.: Wardlaw was made for, th. service
( the rough road to Cutler with medicinal value and was used the/ company was willing to deliver I reason, They wanted to chairman of I family social meeting tub will meet !in UM city )park
someone on the tank and maybe much as antlphloglstin II I now the lumber but delivery start at t to the morning whileIt to be held by the club late next Tuesday for a b'I C-rlJllr. '
Resuscitator for Local Hospital I, I second passenger on the/ carrierat Th roads were narrow and If would be Impossible without II w** cool, so. the had to make In May. own-luirh meHing. I'!
I II the back I glad wa extra long there was map Aunty bad a bright idea-] the momentous derision of

Purchase of Chamber Welfare Fund It wa great fun. We took part a wider plan about midway at least It seemed bright it the whether to start to walk up to '
;I of the lunch: and Dan Roberts where one vehicle would politely moment She suggested that the I! their plar between midnight and Youth Use of City Play Facilities ; tl
would always have hit fish net wilt for another to pas, I lumber be loaded and that they I la. m or to go up the evening! '
purchase of a resuscitator for saved by a resuscitator. now In I i along. The party would encircle: Fred Loomis. bought a car In guide'the Hrlvr Well that agree-1 I "before' and sleep at their hiluM. Urged by King Indorsed by Lions ,1'1

James Asher Smith Hospital trial use at the hospital Ty* said. I some sapling that, were upright the early' day of ear popularity, i mint wa finally mad and they I I She) aettl4"' pen going up the
va* at Th hospital,does not hiv adequate In the water. and everyone and I remember bow Jessie used started off In the direction of her evening before and often said It I I
was voted by director of fund* to. finance the purchase : would get Insid Fish trying to I, to get out end walk across the place. There was' big woods fire was a sorry mistake, u they had Plan for o community youth eater. fcrovnd. the }Iomt *d ,.
ol the Redland District Chamber of the equipment : get out would get caught In the I glad** for fear he might run off, some place along the way that1caused but one bedroom for I family of recreation program won the In* .bull. perk, swimming -ponl sad )
.( Commerc at a luncheon meeting Abner Knitel U working out I mesh Gill the net. so. a fish fry the road. H* took w* all ruling them to detour, but late five or six donement" of the Redlmd District tonnl court Eventual. aim tjf
Tuesday In Semlnol Trading design for the chambers signboard .was always, 8 certainty an tttos one Fourth of July, and the/ trip I that evening they reached the I! They made the trip to Miami, Lions\ when presented by Ernest the program Will .b* tot con!
P at. To tit pald'fa'br chamber' newly created welfare Krorn *v*, on Ttmlaml Trail' The shore was muddy but outdistance sea the new baby-probably they had to make II back down for, bedded down In tot wagon Instructed Its youth activities Th help of other dubs .itlIr.anWtJOftI' .'
fund th project r** rjeom,. T/lm reported. Donated Jo ,thechamber I there was a Band bar 'Sushi Then we went on clear up to Avocado drive and R'edtand'oad. part. of the night ind mad the commute to co-operate with King win bar onlM\ ** ill- ,
mended ,7 Frank Ty*. A. tf: by Packer Display Co. and beyond that ,t place for|I, to Princeton which seemed ( for tare was no shack of trip hark in the cool of the Meet In working out I long rang carrying' out. lie' project
Phillips. and Mrs Ovid Sullivan.,,token) painted the sign will invite swimming' Th young century away at leart-and they any kind nor anything to evil i:itlr morninp Then Amity pints to. meet the needs of community W.*kinn; trlth King'in Inilnt-!
who had been appointed\ to *..., SMtortsts too travel UM short cut from Loogvlew' 11/0I"1) were having a dance In I sort over ther. I walked ou down home--from\ term-After* let/ UUM4M *r-T* II L.R. : 'tmw'n..
rrltlcaj sonata 'of the districts down Krom tv*, through Homestead m.deIJI the younger crowd for of octagonal building\ that used to I They were so worn out thai j Silver Palm drive to Avocado ft', A* outlined by King the t.' (Lofty) Slerrw4.)40ed'

Tw >iv''*.tan already been to P*, Hot Ida Ky ,j I lb* most part, but th* ,Redland] stand ther Princeton\ was quite I hey slept most o( thre days and drive, t __ planned recreation program wIlL '. J RkaU\ l M! ,

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''MRS.GEO.RANSONIMES I Treasures of Tropics Theme of Park
In Car en
(u'on-iitun) tram, Pep One) (Continued from PeeP One I Keysd ,, !Beet ailed. M atiend. eve y/Iwani
i Display at Coconut Harvest Festival ,CaaiunittMtnaa ow..ww Cb..*1rrSMI cba: 01 Florid, J_ C. Yam. Jr, .. Pot to we'. peatSacred ----.
HEREAFTER i\ I Mi I the etoxlMD of lieu dweeb *MMl v........ Aonittr. IbrIY n- red and. d.t ssbaray Cellf8Uoni IkieEakatlelephs
.seen. and th poring of More . .. dna. .be w I Heart '
Anwut the tares .. uMMth as aplaaia tilt _m ddhle III i KwdIM .pridrt e I tiMdrdna11M 'girt tile ewe tlrvr. SeheAjlea
LONG ILLNESS on** annual, Corenwt Hrtt - b w ....., nose Sat.rdir. .' peeing .Pe.* u am water to I' 0 laeM .es *- e.aSpA. es Ma dwe an 1M 0.- i ... f the s.Vctonvu of ,.... Crowning of Virgin MtryTh
\ draw oM in* pr.twruat mar th* cad ..... *
I fr tiv ci l W.wffllb.otartodMtb.HiMtor
anew The IIIMHI! a i<*d thM ......
lit Cranden Park will b* a ndsy sdgl... a rvSMy fIf pad... 1 ...**'M I T'lit alMT was d.naearleM ArresthtilYoft erevnrd of the Virgin
Mr*. Franco McKayftanaoa PsWi.. replay iron Redlnd fruit Mdapicv all a.wwr as.da ibowteaebr I pevraen for *ajate draiaa e o aaa deel from tb* U S. De I eteW ,. ben M atrwk a parbad track awstinII. Meets at .s.then. .MM .derv wtM tk Plea Sunday
.. wok .1 Oeo. T nan Park and a primitive tart 1M wssrnden k sttpdawd M Yuan d A+rtoultare to tb Piaiars: I lad Mme pbuidisd kb a w11- at S p. .se des. b* May 14, at Seed Heart Ca\hIItit
Macs -Wall! permit .......... .... ... .. Tb arwrhei .*.*
tim. a sX15
Ion af K KIM Hajhway. died.. up bas the Ibis Patrol *f GIrt seapYee... elakeekAe.Nng Nnwtn .u- I jiE kflMiil BM*. hM H MIL a.tIII that
Kumlay <. !twee ArctoT SenrtfcTlo Stout Troop> til stand .by Ml*. s. J rry .art SuflrvM of Hi...ilaHwill .*aaS iiKnliJ. Ml eta e tittan VMM wa token to James Md M ...-..- '" 0. wID
I b -,. lent Amber Seals Magibl ad H.., c-- q qmualar
W Bak.tTrvaaura dustier d esdSIIIMiea gl a ** fay aan a..a.I dMM e : Mn4r fIt'fI
park psersen to
after a long ** $
Htl 'nil aeeiti
the rcfraMMaal iminaatiai at mats Sunday to Pratt O n rI
w51M .. on far but
of die Triplf tb* a !
rags a ass *( camp uiljj
The Rev J E jMkaa offl. an thrm of tat aarlWd Pert" bt- via be ..... YM nwiu.d . see Sty baft park' It wa doeided. am a* a *.... *f an* new lined Wedndy .* funeral tea wtiiritetaM MMI. ,.... . Ir'aIIIIJGrt 0 Iharaida. MP The lM paM. tar th* .......which wt JMr4/. Bait by tat foveraannt .
*tra* ta VIM MetfMdMt Our in.portal' -. J turn .Mrhlirful .... tt-I.. CM b* tnMld. CIII.bI 90dayMara. to 141 at a oaat cf SAtCUDOt.tb .
.*** In rite. Cewrtory ** d.-. eN 9 ...... end Tbktlhfirt........... s..dt Ihnw .l be U n'state .amp hr. been operated annaa
tr ajlMl fevM* crmim atM aaeHtut laaarano far tb a 'pmfH<< bale by the oountylaiortattoa !
tob M
ttaranta under tb atowUon ofJdw any
-k. fta ... atmater.. aeflbafl ptaj'tr Th* gray red a* tow-rant*) buna :
'taring.PIMWi4n L. BranMt. W Turner Fee.fusel ........ fr Mt M ......, des be promet say In. raeortf-bnakiftf th* America alitwe a*. ,..... Oauncuman Cart Aaxlerb far farm ..... Tb (man tie We Are Now in the : ..
fi toga requ t talat the tmo.ien _
Da. W4Uea Ufttadjr n inM r* by toadanc for the hatlial.' Don,. Men apaatbig the pluses
./ *k* OBPOCCI ties. Mppea to pMie bM on lbs Ace I gweiMMiit oa pe II&t
pew wiiMaim, x a wyn., A Mere Van
wtaIIttfw pond ... Ih* --.1IboaId caacdtotM
kSIn pM >KMCHM > tubtect to gar*..awrM .
I. DHOW J. L. Burton a overt .. fro. Mal wMb t
Sr and ** y AM an rtMbM. will. get bat Mmne4 operation a* on tea-day notic .
r smrtk. b* motel e4. pod and *"**( served at tb* towed poaalbt tfc* ball ataaan hat already I
In ddftlan U her I.i..of. tth price-nan* over' tl-SO. Marled.CoMulting. edtand Camp a M-cr tract
troptnl Mae BOW ki Mesa ,. .
located U. S. 1 bates Avo-
ifn Union- !leave daughterMM. Rickenbarker Castaway tell 8ft
..... Jr. pwk. Mr Hattie>.in Eaajnoer Ceo. ACnwnw cad and Biacaya dri,... ha
Frank N. ; tw.idem .. ha been radurod to S* cent a .
wla tan cbaw d th* bM | wa authortaed to and ft .J .
I. Hi*. Waller A. TaM .* tar. about IM fldBgi a campleto t
Frhuylkai.; P*, and Mitt U F.forone Mar thM 100 |..-. r* > draft a map chewing the locationof water" pumping itauoo andaewage WHOLESALE
** of Jarktenvffle; and ... nritof. 14 McmMnn1 ropes. the ban diamond tomtit court, dlapaaal. plant There are
lira grandchildren. Mfebaei MdPaula 1ft exprrtod to pcrUripM All tb* OKELL FLOYD park and other ,.,..--.! fact-! Ov adaainMrtliT boiUing.
Irwuv Nit Coronaaa tune fUrl. A. D. Bona. like *t a cost of tIM. Andenon eight utility bui1 rasa. pro 1dtaglaundry
.,era lor th* 1-'". ..... .......... (Can nueclI.-,* One) CKptomed the need of suds a map MIl aoaJUUan facMiuX.and .
A Mth* of Glasgow Scotland, CVmnkif tile lint ..,', events. with ",KZ vote agate 444 U to defies boundary Woe for pro.pad IM dwIUt. for atcomm_
Ur* RaMon sofa .bar home .InJackaunvBI will tw a ( gnat dsr Mnl rue.watt for In onty opponent, Art CM- conatmctMn of a tone dation of IM families
duvUr toed hit t.. around the ball park Th Dade ward'
until moving her South Camp"
M year, *... far inlay year. *, barges Mtorod M! ck* ABaMiforM SentI. Ole three tare for county' A total of M4J7J .ta building for negro labor I II located on Retail .
ites wf active b the wont of the nd silk. to DM. tlwland *- wheel band Angus W. Graham permit wwi laaued. Includedwere ..-_ tract on C. CampbeU dr.' and
Wants'*dub W Homaeuad. the ipcto4 to *.*,.. ere defoatod. tat Diatrirt S kncum- ; Herman Mark. 100 ft. by at TalMtaaar rd. With (aratUr,
ilomrffoad. P. T A. and th* far* tat Rwkmbrk CurvrmRM M bats K. a LaMar 4SjU to 10 ft. More budding N. W. First rater" and sewage. dmnxal pUnM. i
MetnoiM ltd of Hoi n head. ** t... r**lrai. M.ltl. but. run-off' ta th* ... i.... IIT.OOO; I. M. Plotkin. CBS the camp ha howainf for IN
HifhUthtant the Sudsy pr* end primary are allied for Hurley reeidencc 27 N. ... lllh at, 110,. (ami)**. I
: gram will b* In* ..-nU* nazi- O. .**. Incumbent and SOO; Stevie Robert, CBS reridenr -
P/an(2patf/ Conduct than boat rate around Ky Ba> James M. Xod ta District I and *. IM N. W fourth ..., '
Garden dub (Ditcuuion earn Jane A. Henderaon and c.. R. 11I88; Fait G. Steven, garage CITY APPROVES
CMIthWmM hllMtMOM Mdmaato Van Own ta District S. and Matter budding 120 N. W. BUSINESS
wH b* MTVtd by It law?. Jerry Crtor won rcebctlonto Third .n. 11,400; Adrian .lat'Oba.. (Continued tram Page One) TIRE
A pn4lru): iaa en cultivation national roupi phil MI elaborate lour-year term on the Florida remodeling retidenc. N S. W. US* load-packer win tOIl from
ur<(btfiaa) *f trees., plant and> barbecue by UM park drpartrnmt Railroad and Public Utilities First at, 2JOO; Sinclair Refuting I7JOO to tT,4M.
graaanywa* conducted bjr Dr. Colorful stags afco... public Commuaion. In Croup X but In Co., pump bonus and pipe tin
fTanci B.Jnegte. S. J. Lynch dancIngo mere fumUhH by Th city' present load-parle .' .
Group 1 the Incumbent WilburC. inatalta on. S. W. Fourth "-.
and Dr IX; O. WoHonbargw Men4j than orchHtrot, trolUn< HawalUn King, wilt ga Into th* run-off $100; Sol Farrington. banes cannot b* token out of UM long
nigM' few awnber of South maioana. tropatal carnival primary with N. ,D. Walnwrlght.ruonervp house, & W. Fifth rl, tilt; Mr*. enough for It to b* repaired",
o..tI. --, a... Dtoruaahm midway. *.fclbH. .. lent diapUylm III. three-cornered J. Tom Vann, addition to retldene Anderson explained "In event of
ueaUanTww Mbmltted Ill breakdown, th* Hniutkm department
by the coconut product, pineppU rave *. M N. W. Fifth at, StOO;
audiences Now ipk products a bit Shell An tb. aforementioned candidate /. Jot Lloyd addition to dwelling, would! be In a defperat i
RI'pIIIU" th* tto convention votlcrthin, an art exhibit and were aaeking nomination: S. W Fifth sew, MOO.Flfty predicament If the council can and d'I>>
wet pmeoud by Mr. t W. otbtr tttradioni. ar* all free to m th* democratic primary. The II -.i. arrest and K40 collctod buy two police cart. It can buy Come in i I
Burton and Miw Catharine a garbage truck that U essential
Mm th* fntival-foini public Opening season that their virtorte are tn fine m-cr reported for "
dub A.s.aale! Urn for both days .to 1 o'clock. to safeguard the health of Horoe-
referred M ** "election"'iI apparent -i April by Polio Chief Wra. F.
Dr: Uncol reported' thief 10.000 For time In Sault stead citizen" Andenon. Welt, e'
the first .
when iult In tile following Brantley. Coat of feeding the Get Our Quotations \
.book had teen 4... mad a committee to purchaa*
trirt rule Itof at Ih* Mm Urn. wens m .beard: \In /tall was $1141Fxprrdltiser
trAm....*.: for negro rMklraU{ and rhea Hanes of rtpresntaumIGroess of 1220. and In. th* truck. ,
Mt4gur picnic WM enjoyed.$ at beautiful Virginia Beads.1 i ( I) Richard R. Bash com of $211.11 wen reported by Anderson reported that the
use and chat A. Wlnkelman, Mr*. Fred Suber librarian of sanitation department U praying
loll: (Group 2)) Morris GottMb. Lily Lawrence Bow Library. the city dumping pit and real-.
.. r MM Md Gerald Schwartz According to Fir Chief Elmer denU' g>rbc* earn to keep down
4 UM; (Group I) Edna M. Crahof. Sullivan th* local fir depart. n.... H. recommended that aome
1441 and Nathaniel W. Howell alarm action be taken to get houaehold-
ment responded to for
Kosc nho
To supported U7I;; school board (DlrtrlrtI aiM gram fire, two automobile I era to Install tlghtlycored
and'rottd> for me Tues. ). David A. Douglai, Lilt and fire. a trash fire and minor' garbage receptacle, but demurred
,' :.Tvarlle Ma Lewis. 1,24. building fir*. at suggested enforcement by Rives' Service '
day' I, wish to express a' I the mayor and police.Arrangement SIDlpelr -

ny- sincere appreciation. to open th* city
I iwlmmmg pool May IS will be
.. I I want to express appreciation to all of mad by Councilmen I Wm. Uuiaelwhlte -t .

my friends in the Redland l District for the J. T Godwin and Wa1.1' Krone and Flatter Homestead Fla. I .

Wic1e'-our continued fine support and vote that they gave me in Set, Before Welai.opening, the pool mud, I.
.bP ) t.i1t Wlq kd i '- I I m f
f. J ? THesday* election which assured my victory. b* blHMUinkdtn'ehloiUator j
.b overhauled and a apply of chlorine -
lorioac'tn the Second
I particularly want to express appreciationto bought Munelmhite laid. I
Primary. ,. Hay 21, and my friends who worked at the polling

keep ,our schools pro places and for the last few weeks carried the Big family-size 1950 ModelGenuine
gresslve campaign throughout the County on my

behslf. To the people of Dade County I wishto

repeat my pledge that I made during the

('JilllIII' Y HENDERSON campaign to do everything in my power at / ,

the next session of the legislature to enact

$rhoal Bawd Maaabrr, DM. I good legislation for the benefit of all of the
spas ptuial
people of Hade) County, to the best of my FRIGIDAIRE

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dressing your crops Quickly avail Phone 574-X-J 1,111, DfSIGFIII

able to the plants, yet resists leachingby 14w BEAUTY I a And look at all these greet

heavy rains. Concentrated' COHYQNIBUI Frlgldalro PooturesPlG

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f' sprays beef 'S o Play W Till.. ...... fps 4 ,
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Season's Final Nature Walk Slated I 1 KIWANIS PLANS CONVENTION 'Local Post Office Reawto Irvcramc 1 I LRADKK.KNTKKPRISF lMtiey May it, l 6@- 3,

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Sunday at Everglades National Park I In Mail, Gross Keceij4g and Savings CHEVROLET! ILLS partmenb, and itrert mad aanoiincement >
the ofCtwVMM
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TIle I a'ckack+ nature walk VlraMs\ Mytectmk Institute and I '1 11 hr HnenMtwid .peat officein. enternth In funds on depositI7aj.oat owiMra, (aka are exP -
Sunday at Pared tAike University. Snomaker hasworked 10-POINT 'eied tn draw atkMlVttsi 4e Uwimaananr
I Key will be I *s'd l Increases In {Mfr n- ; CHECK of nwehanifsl Inl tCt- .
the last with the park >ris1r t I : :; : ,
on The recent '
I. MMQM. MInouneM ,: I |II* I mail' rancelUUani ant. alteration of the lion
for the I two Itrlu i
Park past yean I xervfee wsaitewa res..He4. k* aMIn > IN SAFETY DRIVEDetroit ) .
Superintendent ,
Dan .
\ lor .f.fI9H1 .
that he was a draftsman all i iHeynaUs II i $ oig.\ the first quarter sadly........ addlttcnal Chevrolet a eu in a 10-potnt
Beard. spsceon
1 An expanded and mure Metal Co.>>, and, I hIt f : retHirts Acting PostmasterA. the program far eater ear Cheek?
week room floor M hestdlethe .
a varied program to expected to be engineer of AUanllc Rural rpostUont. \. V Phillip' increased v'ohww d matt. !. lob,. 4-"Cluck Your, com brakes steering seat, (ire..
It' offered wham the walks are resumed both of RlchmudPreaervatlnn "f r.. Ul receipts for Jaauarv.Ffbiusrv melting theee altarattcws .tkanumber Car, Check AccfcieaU." With this wino aI\pInIftt.wt' and, 1I'WtbI.lcI.'WOft systertL. rear
'I In December the primitive nature and restoration ollt''f'III.'rN.tion.1 and March" this year of poet ofttee hoses saw si tile sl..|.n, Chevrolet is WgIng \ mirror and wlndihiMwiper
Sine January, more Own l.Too tvere flMua a Ml per cent increase sswmred. teem 711 to 40 aMauabled. Ha lO
atoelert to get bellied boon and light
. peoule war guided,on lite daily Park Is correctly theprimary ltlrkealartre ,..... .... 'lefwaI f over the II4.M4 handled UM .{ *.. U clear up"
''walk by | park naturalist or aval In development of In the same period la IM. Tot" a waling IM fee homes last kai the National Safety 00uneI"1!
tan,. lIatvr a at. the park, ruled Frederick ,,LawOimrtead I I the same period this year the ........ tar many years.. For the drive to prtraote safely In May.By ,
The walk were aa arranged well-known lands ape mail eanretlaUuns were MT.4IO, first time within the past five the use of newspaper, advertisements -'
that Ifca public eould gain first architect, after a recent inspectiontrip ail inrreane' of It.T per rent over years post office, 1 boxes are new banners, window porters : ,
I ,, hand Information on varieties of the park here. service Advising, Otoutexi archilext t dr to +i' n the count of SS1.MI lad )'Mr. ivaUable for rentaif reports Mr.] and special ditpUyt tnsUej, THANKS
tropical vegetation and see some I signed link Towers' MountainLake I Cross receiftts for the calendar PhlUina. dealer Maw reams and aervke des :
W the park's varied wildlife. The k kseeps year ISU were StUNI' 113 .
and formerly taught lanrt-
:\visitor. law many strange trees, architecture" at Harvard[ per cent over the 1848 fjgure.1 Rdltnd District
shrubs and other plants and were I ( Mail canrellstlMit for 1010 were
told of their peculiar adaptationsfor University. l.l4e9--an III per rent Inrrease. .I Voters
life In South Florida's warm "Both the preservation and the I Willys-Jeep
,llmat.. Th.'t'I1I,. tourist woo I. mtrostlon will take time", warm Out of the SS first class. poet j
perhaps moat Interested In the, Park Superintendent, Dan Heard. offices" In the state of Florida fee yew Se."*rt km U.
display of wlM alligators In their I "Only time can heal the ravage and the Homestead office Is ..-, Station WagonsAND FleaPrk.aty.. I Wtt MelU .
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ttatural haunt These reptile wrought to plant and animal/ "" 1 Jet Jackaea Reed eluded In this group the pealsl
ringed from hatched babies -, by fire, commercial hunter andlllsdvlsea A sur-ctudoed east of speakers and a sparkling enterUlnawot pro.gram savings business of the Homestead |** reef saying.
I drainage The will hlihlifM lilt IMh annual convention of Kiwna International .
to a ponderous eleven fooler. 111'1'1 U held office ranked thirteenth In with see Uireaih tilt
W from Mat f to II at Miami. Borne 1MB Klwanlans Iran all
They soon lost their fear of man that have destroyed the sections of the United Bates, Canada, Alaska Hawaii and the Yukon: the number of depositors and ..,-
pnd/ basked peacefully In the ficent royal palms, mahogany Territory are expected to attend the 0ve da, meeting. J. Hugh Jackson, Served I'rtIaar1 If Mar
sunshine while a curloui public trees and other subtropical dean of the graduate school, of business Stanford university and pre-' I {l. I
Walked on the board walk a few growth have wrought even more (Went of International, will preside& the various.......... Leaders : Sales of Rrove and Home Pickup trucks
feet away Many birds were present 'serious damage by burning up the In business, 1OW'I'1IIIffI'ralllion and education who will address], Reported by K'a'f I Ilogncr 1
leaf mold accumulations of the I the convention Include: : Capuln Eddie Mckenbacker, president .4
Including the brilliantly colored ) I centuries :trn Air Lines: Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson; Paulo. Eu&-I Sales of a grove and a home Harley G. I
purple gallinule. Thli bird ministrator of Economic Cooperation Administration; General Carlos P. )
seldom awn at other places, bee Gradual control of lawless fired\ I Romulo president of the General Assembly of the United, Nations; Con-, here' are. reported) by ?In. Faye Sales & Service; (
are very tame along Anhinga 'and hunting Is permitting a rressman I Walter H. Judd of Wlnneaota; John Fisher Toronto, C.na4IU1'IItnpapmtWI Bogner of Itichsrd W. COLLINSSchool
Trail.! 'comeback\ of the plant and animal j I and radio commentator: the use Marshall R. Reed,' attire FIIl'h"j
Expected to arrive here In mid-I'] life, Beard says. Recently a :bishop of the Methodist church tn the Detroit area; Jamea ... ,' .wild flamingo sighted atCaptain's (Oilier, Hollywood news analyst, and Jackson. A majority of Klwanls wersen of Samlusky, O.
May development was
to work on !clubs: throughout the south nave indicated they will send delegates to a from John locatedat Ab.........,
grove Lynch craw Nlllta )
the :
plan for the park la Frank A. Key Dank fl"t.1|j the Miami. _....Uon. TED WELLBROOK'S GARAGE i;
Shomaker 'who I. being trknifer* t such Instance on record since the northeast corner: of Rpmoredr I
red here from the regional office nock of 14 was seen In .1 KIWANIS CLUB come to the delegates! will be and Roberts rd. ,
to aervt as resident engineer. First 1 recorded officially In the extended by Governor Fuller Purchasers of the home were AMMrlala Dealer
Shomaker, tlvil engineer, also 1 Key West area by John James (Continued Iron Page One) Warren. This particular session Mr. and Mrs J. W Jolmstone I
will co-operate\ with the army .Audubon In 1852, thousands of I I Detroit l will dellvgr the principal also wlU feature addresses by J. of N. W. First eve who moved Silver Taint Or and Ne,,1e Ri. rfcene 7t7-w-1 ADS PAVMtOuiforSpring ; :
engineers in flood control plans, 1 flamingos fed In the shallow Cape address I at the Sunday evening Hugh Jackson, president of Kl Into the E. Kings ]
.ys 'Park Superintendent DaaJ J !Sable waters around 1000 and opening session At the first formal wants International and General dence formerly lIihl'l'aI'j
Beard I lave the little I fishing village Itsii I :I meeting of the convention Carlos R. Romulo, president of I and Mrs. John '.- ,
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Navy veteran and gradual of I name. 1 Monday morning, Florida's web the General Assembly of the I II i
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ambassador to the United Slates.A .I

The Miami-Battle Creel In' the membership local club drive which Is now will on I :

mark Its second anniversary In
August With a membership of itSe'
Founded by John Harvey Kellogg, M.I). SO, the club has completed a 6kVSA7 I
number of community projects (
under the presidency of Ceo M,
.. Arbogast and Mr TroxelL .
+ Specialising la ehrenledteeaar Primary project of the ('IubI\
t seek .-Hlgfc Bryan Edwards Memorial Park I I Itw
which ls being developed Into a '
Eland Fressare. Heart $75,000 community recreation
aM Kidney Diseases renter by the Arthur Wining Dayla ?4 !t tye I
1 a 1 Obesity, Arlkrllla and Interests under club sponsor >
ship Successful organization of
RhesjHiatlNm Canarlatleai, -
e a r .t
Ili rrr a Florida City volunteer. fise department
slit; Anemia, Nerva ExhauUttn. and elimination of the -rJJp"
/ Digestive I DUIvrbance4 bottleneck at the intersectionof !
--, and Dlabelee.Thfe Overseas Highway and Palm
aw., are listed among the
club s. mp :, . The: group I
also sponsors an annual communally .
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facilities 'of a well established' medical institution are offered' for Christmas tree 1 t

I thorough physical examination, treatments, diets, exercises and sun bath- !Turner Funeral home ,;.'.-, ,,; i J
1 ing. Known as the Battle Creek System. All und r' the supervision of !;Adds Modern AmbulanceA f'

I well qualified physicians, nurses, dietitians and technicians.
1950 Pontiac ambulancehas

'Write or phone for our Color Booklet.and Rates Funeral been Home purchased, announces for :Turner Edw.

L Branam,. owner. The new fal.
The Miami-Battle\ Creek cream-colored vehicle Is equipped 1It- 11t
with two oxygen tanks and .
De,L L I can carry two stretcher patients,, .
Branam says The company already
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The I_ NMMlllIIlllllRlllllllllnIITlIlJUIIIUIIUI"III""JRIIIIIJIItf" I I LIBRARIANS Harbor on the Florida Keys After li8IKnMffnlttlinulilif I J 4LEADER.ENTERPRl8E.rrrd.i; b f a 1Ttii il
II being quartered In the clubhouse -
LeaderEnterpriseIPUCkiniON I (ontiiiueri from PIP On*) and a wooden building on N. /
trades section of the fnitituteunit "Mr>. H H. Ewing reviewed Several day after hi 1. fatfl*
__P.e.ds1 M nu _. __ Splinters From a Redland Pine : prealdent-elett of the Florlriii Moved Lease ava.Into. the IU library handsome In IMO 120 Years Ago The Lantern In Her Hand" for d'ed' ut*) J.*.."py *af "
.. .. rock Club of Ibe'Redlendt on th* street bjf a neWfcorAn :
I r-. .. .. ..N/sMlDae.. . Library AatoclaUon; HIM horn built by W P. A labor the Junior Woman 1
I P.ww. w.nM P' By HAUL RVBSELL MID : Pauline Malta, aaalaUnt prof*. Mr :' i| 'I whet were your p.
'. / founding librarianfor .._. iI lather laal '" raked "'
no 1
101' of the shoal library training d Nee
whom tie( InaUtuUon was .. ... M .... -I
I.a.e.1/ swae
: j and service at FlorIda Slate Unl. ..... ., < '
,. Pr.:..t"Aurc,IMeIAIJt1 IIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIqIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! : verrity; and other members of and named won, moved succeeded to Tease by Mr hi*. Carrie 1MI .I..s..d.. ,,_, ., _'.......N.rowe,..r4...." '",... *. CH..('A.4L.THMMM.ItU. 'ro MT *--ew ...,...! Hkdidn't have any," John ..
the inetltuf staff. Mill Clara I rions 4 OH IT lai. . .. ..... lee., with I
Mamma wu h
mnrfM B. Gauien Mr. .... ( MM nIK replied "
'I Suber baa ilk"
::AII UmWwIINION What the matter' with the drought, flood, mananttvathy. Wendel of Orlando It president of been librarian since Mew. Csuren'e .....< ...w..n.t.,, i4 Hit"Mew rmrrlH. *. :rr' ftw Jl. I"S(' MM*,:r.,:f to the wrtEn, vol. '
WAIT ..., .. even the ravage at fire? ll.e I erai. n11.1A.
..PLII... U palm.tloT Its all right the ....,1.Ion.OUIer retirement' In I.ft. '.0 HIM II Mr rare." n.I, I aI.
sal Perri the time I've .
Many looked
I like.. my voice In defenae and at.I Items on the program I Mel IM I Ice. r.spom"O. 1ft., eM. "
praise of Uili lowly. little admired < my palmetto their and taken couragefrom will be HUciiMlon or library problem Ij"; 1lltl!!: IIII! {ipnma11G1111IIP/'! ; ! asset.a,.. NAra O ones V. w.I..n1.,.....d.". *..fl.MII ... : )Benson Electric Services
drawn from .......
ATM' courage;
!" D**. C-Sr, I s.... IIMi I CMHHi .. plant W* have literally their gallant perm'trance the will and.a book-unending demonstration. SCHOOL BONUS) officer' of the Hume- I Ira 43e.5.41e5.... 50...ill .Mwlse..L ro< 1 Radios & RefrlgerilonlYInttlM '

i, 0.....e nl w 14>. It,i .&**)rr.I i,rr,N"I**MM.Spatliodea ..... "1.111 place hundred, and of I love palmetto'em, every on one our endleti to go on task with, to some tackle seemingly afresh I Mn. Fred' t Suber, hales librarian (Continued from Page One) Bald Uona Club are: W. I I. CITY: OP' Il'.MenTRAfk K.. ,abvk I.'k'kIMsy I . .... 411

Not that I won't aacrlflc i some apparently insoluble problem I' and Mn H H. Ewing, proposed Homettead Redland Fink praaMaot." Howard Johnson __ __ ( s. II. tar"' "
R.Lri. M 01- sail.. rnrlr singleton here or there If It bap.pens . I secretary or the Homntcad library consolidated high aehooL flrat \ioe-praaMvnt. : Chai Cutbrrtaon . --- .
libido .100 ..... crt,... to occupy a spot that seems board will welcome theguest The vote by Redland District said vice
'eaM4. ..... .... N "You arent going to be out. -prwtdemt;
:: eA Ideal ( fruit tree But. by at the 10 o'clock opening precinct was:
: ;1: 5111 or a W R. Bird. remarry: Gordon w.1
and large Uie usually unwelcome done"by a .mere plant' now ta-u..1 arc.. I of the morning wwkm Luncheonwill Yet No Ivey, treasurer: E 11 OUIajtor Open 24 Hours A Day
"You t '
? I ask aren I
tribe I I. royally welcome on our I you be served at 1:15: In the Precinct 17 (Perrine! ) 421 39 tall twister; and Rod
ruMIe eitate, where It eeenu at going to let thin *aw-edged aoandao Woman Club of HomcRload on Precinct 81 (Oouldi) IVI 21 lion tame. ." Thurmun'j
much a part of the South florid show you up" for a weeklong N. W lath it. Precinct H (Redl.ndt1t9) ; 47 .. LUNCHES PACKED; "
plntlandacape a* do the tufted and a quitter! I After the acMion clone at 3:30. Precinct PO (Princeton) 242. 48 Busier homaa
Vy Annie Mi>hfw ntrvalrlrkThe "Co to the ant", the .uluggardI will be taken I CMthe funeral l of Mrs M Q I
the Precinct Fishermen.
patches or gay yellow lantana, guest on a .1 1 (Homeitd) 702 113 Simmons dt.d ; For Early-rUlni
who I I. :
apithodia U arroKipt/ the lacy wild ferny the tetrary- I I. enjoined And sound advice tour or Subtropical Experiment I Precinct. (2 (Fla City) 130 30 May
gla with IU showy whit flower I'd rail It But when a botl,', Station by Ur Ceo D Ituohle, "Voted" In aa rncmbrri of the I (:owl Sirloin Steaks Chops, Shrimp,
And I
Jeltn" to !
nryir ktooj! and furiously l veined leave, and not afflicted with laziness, just vire-dlrector In charge and hi. Total 2136 2 4U Dramatlca Art Club . were Golden(: Fried Chicken
With' the Riarioumieaa.. or Eloise to'I.'' Dorothy
royally 'ho unl ndln. guvttarda whoa momentarily overtaken by dincourigement staff. Mu Bradley, -
Pulnclun mi droop tiny pink blowom turn the let him go In the Ik-gun In ISM. with the very you want to beck on Conner and F. J, Hollingcr
wood Into a |perfume box In May palmetto for consolation and a mull book collection of the Woman your feet In a hurry, Just skip a "The Rev, and Mr. Goo E. RESTAURANT
and June lift, '* Club of llommtcad ai IUnuclPiiD car payment.-Ex. Dtuel and Mr.. Lucy Clinton GLADES
A smart nun buys hit wife Have you ever watt-had the .,.1. Destroy your palmetto If you the library hoe grownto tponaorcd a ruiprlw party In
anch fun chin the won't tnut motto by moonlight their slender will Uproot them, warily them,+ 40.000 volume Hi approximately husbands prefer clinging" gowim honor of the lIC'tllth'l.'Ilctln.! .',wipe the dlnhn.-KK. Spiked fronds touthed with plow them under. .Ma, 111 korp j IWM) card-holder |lit", -the one! that cling for at leant ann'vcnwry vt Mr. and Mrs. Wil- t78 8. Kl:OME A\EH IIOMLSTEAD
., ..,... qui kiilver, touched with breeze mine! I like them from Prrclnc aoiithwnrd, lo Koch f Iv* 'fln.-E... . lard 8<'vl'r, . :'

Wt know mm who' spent 'M waving' like the hand of dancer, '.
'much oil hit url he finally had like the! rechlnii*>*U'<* of iplrlt . I
to marry tier for hit nmney.-ExK |pushing ofllyw through, the
---- Have you
by o'J J hugging: the pock,
all Hi* autvmuliJIet In '\nl.r.JCII grey, rock with| their inaky
would be plfxl< It would be Bunday aflPiticxtn/
where no powlble tubitanct
,Ex: seen. In exint, revivting<< \ winds .,
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Make Your Reservation Now I'

For a 1rbcr-lIuiltI I FOR YOUR fiJ.IURE !i . .;

Veteran's lIomc'I I .

; J A dev*dt of prosperous days have .been predicted . a Now, at the start of these exciting times, make sure that .

... veritable decade ol opportunity (for America, beginning now. you'll be financially able to take advantage of the opportu J.'': J' r ;

, On Hock or homes now under construction, I The next 10 yean can be glad and golden ones for enter pities the next 10 years can bring. Make sure by beginning_,' : \

land title erring! under Way for many more;:': :-" prising men and women. a plan of regular laving-by regular purchases of U. S._( + ; ,
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'Veterans' .AdminiMntion financing on terms These 10 years will offer each of I''us, I Individually, a grand Savings I ; I t.". >,

ahead. for the future. . to plan Do it through' either ,the Bond.A-Month Plan or your Pay. ' I
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pf nothing/ down and $t:) a month paj'merits ,, J t'
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r' VWter her at the home of A ChIt Stream tektageraiwr. I M... C, tM., to. ...n.4 NIIrN IMlat1. ot toir_ ... ... LBADBR.>
Mr and Mr*. t. B. Itwdy of tit NerhM' HnaeatWe .hams tress. CuIRrkln,I. c.. wMee. >D. P. IRMe dSale. ''IN: : PNT RPR1$1:.. .. Friday May, 1-1

N. W. Pint ave. are Mr. J. a Plop,,. was a I/.yed/ Ilataellay b aile wee veiled .bjr fM illness ef ......'. soak Md

In and Around Hardy Jr., of Savannah and seen Mr. Iteetee. ..... Mt1dK. .... ,.tar ..... U H.... Its WM M ... Mr.. A T. DuPiW --tr.

Jama III fr.ft Hardy, who to Art TrokwU. Roy S. Cbandtot .. .. PmOT. bonus. *. he k amiiiTiMr ........ ... '"', ...e
tattooed at Chatham" FMd In Sully .....*, *. "Jl Tyler. and Mn. T7- MIllar In Key W** Mr. and ROOFING, ALL TYPESNo

Savannah will Jatn his family ..'. wn, Benny. Th CMtlwttmlly Mr, BUM eeWtrled |**t w***
her for I fittw vWt Oao. W. Drlr 01 Krwi. and guests expect to Bras AUaata where they weal

Homestead left Monday to speed several sped. UN week-end on Caned I to *e* Mn BJM*).. iatjf. Mr*. Jobs too large or too _IlL

f The Rev and Mr. J. H. What week in QlennvlU and CMUm\ Key : A. A. Ore**, avid WM leaetin lit Repairs Modern equipment ',
and daughter Mill Louise, left C*. I a slay In her apartment to Perk m,
Insured and
: yesterday to attend the flve-day IM. and Mr*. Glenn Dickinson Mr' Grown export to visit nHMbof approved.For .

....t.t. and Mr. Robert Hooker Tommy Royal son of Mr and Southern BapUit Convention Paul Barrett. of Wckaburf. of Tampa and Mr. DkhlnaonYstater I Europe and to see her daughter .

: are expected to "n'I'Q week. 1|. Mr. Tho. B. Royal I* expected which begin Monday In Chicago. Mien. I II a house aunt of his , Mia Barbara Seymour ol who .to attending a private contact call llrookcr'a 62 or 813

end',' (rem Fort *; I to be In a cart for the next six Before returning home, the uncle and aunt Mr. and Mr. Palmetto, spent the weekHNiAher school In Geneva Swlttcrlind.
jpepd two the home of I week I Whltt expect to visit In Ard- John M. Drown of Coconut Palm
'ft'kl.t { a* a remit of a till Monday with Pvt DkkiMon'i parent B.M.
u. parent, Mr. and which fractured bu right mora Term. with Mr. Whltt'i dr. Mr Barrett and his couiln *,, Mr. and Mrs S. L. DickInaon. Mr. and Mr Warren. Death of MOORE
Mr*., John J. Hooker ot Hlckion| leg. Tommy war returned home I mother Mn. O. W. Whltt, who John Brown Jr. plan to fly to Miami and Mia Peggy Scheldt

,*>.. H. Hooker ha completed{ Wednesday from Variety Chll.I will\ be .1 on May 14.Mr Nassau Saturday for I brief of Portland Ore, were Sunday ,

vWkvn'training at Fort Denning plul where he received'treatment. guests of Mr. Death' brother

lid ,he and Mr*. Hooker are ..n I 1 H* returned home re- *. Florence Crow of Chicago ltar.MI'I. beat Iran tea hate abaat the and al tr>ln-law, Mr and Mr.
rout 'to his new elation In Cer- oently from Warm Spring U visiting here with her IOn and E J. Dyal \left Wednesday Walter C. Bents Saturday guests George A. I

r"'" Foundation where he hid been daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mr*. by plan for llenderaonvllle Geavla UEErrttEZE at the BcnU home were Mrs H CrawshawCity

In a cart for three weeks after Robert P. Crow. visit at the home of her con-In. E. Parncll of Pcrrin and her
Mt. and Mr. S. K. Sterling of operation designed to correct law and daughter Mr. and Mn. Read Ilarrla Refrif. Gee Ad granddaughter, Call and Jack!

'Pelirtiylvtnli have moved Into dlMbllitle 'II Mr. and Mr Walter Distal) A. F. Barber Jr. Oa Fag .. PamcU of Miami )' Engineer

the :N.. W. 14th It residence hers told their home on Naranja J
lloHru I UI r. M. Tuesday and TkundirllMnnloid
'which they purchased from Mr. Mr and Mr: Flcrnoy Lett and:I rd. to Mr. and Mr*. Durham Mr and Mn. Albert Campbellof Mr. and Mr. Percy Manlcy
and Mrs Jo. Accunlo The AcJuratos I Naranja ipent the weekend ... City hill
Sutton of Miami I who" plan exPensive anti Mr* Coo llor. tnrnwrllomptlcud
baby daughter are occupying . '
are making their homeIn Safety H err....ran d CI arwa' ;
their new home on Robert rd remodeling 01 me property. tit reiklenta, came fromMiami Associated wllh lUilcr Kn'I'pon| i TlpiwtU Engineering Co.
Florid City, Mr. and Mn. Dlctel planto tar .ARNAUD Wednesday to attend the
Just south ot N. W. Sixth it Suit 1(15 DuPoiit Building
move In ,July to Fort Lauder. funeral of Mr'*. Ceo. T. Ranion
J, T. Flckird of Lot Angeles I I. I Mn. Peter Mayol hat returned JEHtUR: : Miami 31, Florida Teleltaonl..UtI
Wilton Kirby of Baltimore I II dale where they are building ona where the attendeda a1\I-...--....................
ylellidg'here brother. two-acre site At present.. Mr. tram Tampa
\; visiting her with his brother .
in-levy end 'sister' and Mr*. and ilstor-ln-law, Mr.. and MnTho Dietel commutes dally to hit meeting of the Presbyterial II i II 8. Kram Ave. JAMES: ARCHER SMITH - - - - -- -

(y. D.'Piche, and his mother Mr. E. Klrb business In Davie president of the Women of !tome IIOSriTAt NEWS
. Ctthertn Pickard who it 111 In stead Presbyterian Church Member of the llorolotJlcul ............................na5n
;> convalescent home, Wm. T. McConnell li expected Institute ot Amcilci
'_ Mr. and Mr*. Jack foley have BRANCOR
.Ii' to be returned home today from Mn. A. M. Terry returned Saturday Stinks
I >dtr< 'land
ftiv'e'moved |Into their new home Llndgren rd. to their new homeon Beach where h, hat been a medl. In-law and daughter, Mr and 1 Watch and Jewelry ot llomcktead, a daughter on
ton ''NV, SK nd ave, and Uth it.T Kings Highway near Redland cal patient Mr. Thu Chimpney after 28
f, _- rd. ,. visit In Merrimac Mara, with a Repairing Apr. Rock and Concrete Products
and Mrs WlnfrcdOwen
To Mr.
: Mv'IDd Mrk. Sum J. Davis plan i I Mr and Mr. D L Whltehurit aon-ln-liw and daughter Mr
td' Ndve''aoonn'for their summerioaM.ho J. A. Diugherty I I. patientIn former Homestead residents, have and Mrs R J. Saycri.Mr Antlaaesa of llonicitcad a ion on

:.DllUbofo, N. C Dude County Hospital moved her from Tillahimie and i May 2. Rt.d RockConrrrle Pee KwkKtrrrnlngi
i M Grace McU Smith U Roenthil tlilnat Patients ash a
are living it 23} N. W. Second fvcuperallng
ave. from nu at the home Surgery/ Mr*. Ethclyn Boynton a Conrrrte Ulurk Rk rill
th of her lon-ln-law and daughter! t'hln.-tVrnrh, lUllaa, homestead; Don Honaon,
I'llnrcton Jkln Sadie Vllili-ii, I R..d-alucl ("",'r"lt
Dr. and Mrs C F Robinson Mr. and Mr*. Joel J. Robinson English ;
Redlmid! Euhylun MeCnl1, Klumlntio. -
1, returned lAst week from '
a Visit ..
S "" Crystale Medical-Mcrl* Ktmnat,
Mrs C. f Srhwlne hoe! returned -
In Augusta, Gi, with their soninlaw -
and daughter Mr. ind to the home of her ton tRlk: ">h t'rynUlware Mluml. MV Deliver Anywhere

t 1fa Mr. R, M. Willlamron and In-law and daughter, Mr. and LEGAL NOTICES: / '
daughter TrUha. While away, Mri. E E. King, after a Vllll with The filrndly dole where 'I

Dr, Robinson attended the meet. relative in Birmingham end the customer la treated with NUTrt 01' "rrl.I""N arx' "

Ing of the Presbytery In Sari. Chattanooga courtesy( IIA"'K' III' '.It"'NIIAll. BRANCOR Inc.
iota ind Mn Robinson wa a u,., M M".....,. Mir l'Mh IW'*' 1 i
delegate to the rreibyterlal In nay O Hush of Miami formr, ....,Mnrmt al5ud.. CHk I', M III Ihr
Redland resident was a \lnitix CHi H.ll it Minmliwd fliirldi. Ikr II LBrandrubsrlJrI'rreMse. Paul U.'ornellue'kdPree. I i ij !
Tampa Recent callers it the Rob. .,
City Citunrll will huld a pidr"|| lw-rtlni I
Inion ham wen Dr. and Mrs, hero Saturday. lit rhint. St..onlne on lh fulli.wlnidnrrllird I

; J. M. Drew of Barre Vt. who J llir I'Mr liW of In 'I'lnrtur-l-4. IO..IH I AddllniliIn Rink Tit on Itcdland ltd! S of Moury\ I'll. 119& .
.1 have been spending some tim MlM Kay Hallctt has returnwto e Lou. | In a ImliMlv, and II I. tl
her home In New York afU- L. J, tt Ilk..... a. a and. T i,>( r. O. Ilex 711. llvmeiitrid '
*, at Homestead Cottage Court. Im-liiirM Addition tn hr rA,4ird. ..
: dreii d his wounds and God healed spending the season hero. t. J dwlrlil. .nlr" INK' IHHTHIIT II. -

him," wi the modest statement of the A"
great loupe guests of Mr and Mrs oN
fir KKU nf I>W',.
i mash physician, Pare. It wn he who Brat A. F Arthur art Mra. Miry Hud. Norbert Klerna of Chicago I I' Immediate Service 5nd lltr V\t era'y>>r w'. .,f NK'i of '..-, I
spending the week it the home iri "f arrlH' II Town.Mp It I
'(milted aDd fresh eon, Miss Isabel Mitchell and . ; :, aver.. J JQb
oo clcialiaeit air for his of Mr, end Mrs Ceo A Ilrook Ik.ulh, H w. an r.* i. M Indwlrlnl
Wm. Valr Doddi, New Zealand ,
nets' IIKK IHHTKUT 1 M n. ;
'patients reiidcnt who an making a tour of N. Krome ive Mr. Kierna I I' Reasonable Prices Tar :imnmird rhnnitff In ,nnln nl lihnvrdwrrliNil .'
h' <', Then things now are accepted n the mint of the United Stake. a nephew of Mr. Brooki .e.Ir.n .ho unuwrtr mdAoid I* \a, sna.talilUH...4 a/nd.e Mmtrill DO YOU NEED '
in* tnt nht.. dnrrtlird kite In
:... mere essentials for health although In the 'Ihi. MJ sand ere
Mill Ina Walkup la vlnltliu It Mint mir
Wm. J. Clark of 30 N. W. Tenth IndoArl.l
'lUtcenth century theywere rnolutlonlf)'.Medical science it I. a patient In Pratt General Kentland. tnd, at the home of( Duality Workmanship All Iona5a1 Mlr: ,,.......... air eesfrd' C" a,.: R ffa MORE ROOM *
r''' ''late triTcltd t long road line the day of Put. Some die her pnrenti. Mr. and Mn Law I. id Uil., .....''h.. ,"a ,,"It. In In Ihi, I'In*
Hospital 'hrlf aslng, .."...._..Io'k.' .. .r .../01'

,'Mae: hit been eliminated, other drastically Curtailed rence Walkup ao IhXNp5TC...... .Lo_ '" .......... I e'der
'" d. PORCH
,? VMTH. h co-operition, physicians could eradicate many Stanley II Crouch Homestead LNGINt: : OVUIIAl1L' 7'1"( ; OK He,5M55TrAX;, ;:'' f.A
certified public accountant li expected .tECA1. NOTICES: ft K HIWAKIMI' .
\'Ikthu. 'I ief.ctiow diseases till rampant today. It It up to home today from Tampa 0PRAKR Vile <'I"* .A OARAOIT
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"I "i e'i6'bhe i adriaug of the knowledge your physician when ho new to luke part In a NOIK R or Al'l'l.K ATIUN 1'0. err \1
C'1I4N..K It' "U"'iNII" 0MOTOR I lllra I* AI'I'MI' THIV' run f .
.; ; II "'" tax case.her'nome ALL., rr.KIW"1I, ARK IIVKII/lY'/ NI''rIts HIKE-UP Y AU.Tln'W UK IMINTIIINH orTAIN / flt 1. ,

e ffill; Ili. :t'"t'I: frt.meste 'tJ t'ye -enSdeNw"r 'r ,*' rusts J
;.w Irwc'lJll f"-/tfy'ftd'iler."t1ftNi. $tl ftftan. ape iiianetrtoi If' Wn II.eKIIYleerN, ndw1nay
1'np 55.55 al 11.4. ITwM.. FRONT END: ALlQHMtNT'o : MN K. Inlmeu } ,
"dedua5ss4 Tho. 1'.4

,1 In Marlboro O. after clip UiUMll will biiM a MAIM.. ....*.."' I ase 4.. Ward i of V..nli C,..,. bee w yolo0e
t '" Alit CONDITIONED spending the winter' here I. shoes .ho Ktnlni, m. Ih* f.Huwln-' o ,nCn i.s1 I..... dimly. .'.,ride. ., yell ore 0tttc'p0md of lhts"
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. I The onifttH Redland P ntl'ltWAY T A. will install WOMEN ELECT MRS. ESTELL
I Social Events in South Dade . . II I
provident 1. and hit tupaorUaiofficen
Thursday evaaung In the
School IIIIII adu& at. Oee- Eddl ova .acted" .n Impcessive service III m"nIrY.

PAUL RUE WILL WEI MARGARET 0EHRUN} MUSIC CtlW: TO ENTERTAIN MINNIE: DELL WOODSON WILL HE l.RIDE A playlet, ."Tb Valiant", will president of First MeUteHlrt W. ul Member Mr.; : Oew of taw T.orlltllll.Kunutn.hun riaiSer', Alighted

. JUNIOR OROUF8 MONDAY \be preeenled by BaV Baum- S. C. a at the aanuat. tneetlngTuetdiy
MAY 27{ IN IIIALEAII CHURCH[ CEREMONY OF LEE: ALLEN GARNER OP LINDALE. GA. ........'. dratMiUei olaa Plane, afternoon In the social candle and It < row altar were
used on the l improvised en
Mood/ Millie Club will enter.
solos will be played by Mr.
hall. Mrs. David C. William" wa which was placed a sterling til-
Announcement U befog made School, Mr. Rue nerved three Millie pin the Club Stephen end MacDowell Fatten Junior Juvenll I The engagement of Mia Minnie The future bridegroom was Bamngarten. Clara Lynn Harkneaa mad vlce-preiident; Mr.*. Martin yen bud vat holding a white cave
and yean In the Army Air Forces Dell (Dlllle) Woodaun to Lr graduated from Home (Oe| High" and BuMty MacDonell. Mn.John en
of the engagement approaching Music Club Monday afternoon Frame, recording secretary; tton. Later, the vane was pre-
marriage of Mfr Regina Margaret with two yean of duly In North at the.hom* of Mrs M, C. I Allen Gamer, IOn of Mr. and School and attended Emory University. U, Alexander Jan Turner ....... E, S. Caplinger, promollonIIt'rtlarll tented to Mr R.nlOlf.llllb..
Africa. He I lee member of the He will be graduatedfrom and David Rogers will ting, andCeorganne
Debrun daughter of )lr. Air Force Reserve and operate Lawrence IIf Roberta rd. Mrt. C. E. Garner of Undate. Oa., Florida. Southern College In liolden will play a and Mn. Casper Williams Appointed to make arrange-

and Mr'*. Thomas J. Debrun of' Mi own radio butlneai at Ben** The program will be preeented la being announced by the par. June and will leach next year at flute solo to piano accompaniment treasurer. boosts for the annual, W. S. C S
iota of the bride-to-be Mr. and Named ai department aecretarlel for the church choir wen
AteumpUon, HI, tet Paul l W. Rue, Electric Co. In Perrlne. by the Junior musicians New Port nkhe", FIe. by Barbara Cooper party
Mrs William W. Wood,", of ---- were: Mn. Dan Williams, Mir Helen More Mrs. ArchieMcIntyre
eon .of Mri. Frank B. Hue of' Homettead and Highlands, N. C. tpirltutl life; Mri. E. E. King, Mr*. Pnretti and Mrs .
HomettMd.\ The wedding will be MRS ARTHUR HONORED BY FEDERATION Oat of the wedding will be re MRS\ ZIMMERMAN MADE STATE OFFICERAT Christian relations and local Ceo Leriford Announcement was and en May 17 In SI John I FOR.NEW CLUBS ADDED TO HER DISTRICT I veiled later.A REIIEKAII ASSEMBLY I IN PENSACOLA church activities; Mn. Cecil' Dodd, made that officers' training da>
the 4tpotle Catholic' Church of' gradual of Homestead High missionary education\ and service, will be held 'late In May
Cehnul. dale Wowdson elurded Mr*. John Whlchird, supplies;
Hialeah After the ceremony, a,' Top place In the Hate for **.' Ing achievement were won by the Johu.;; .;; ';It; be. Mn. Jack Zimmerman, a past j I.t the lodge meeting Monday Mr. J. W. English, 'literature and

w Wing: supper will be earned I' tabllthment of new clubs was 17 dlitrict clubi with ",/114 mem fore transfer to Florida Southern noble grand of Liberty Itebekal) night publications; Mr, D. O. Wolfen- nrnwoMEN TO aunt

to member\ of the families and won at the Florida Federation of hers, Mn. Arthur reported During I College where she li atudent ; Lodge, was appointed assistant Mn. Dolly La Rue of Miami, barger, chiklren'i work; Mrs. E LINOI' TO LIBRARIANS

the bridal' party. I Women'i Club convention In her dmlnlitratlon r five of theclubi She was active In high school conductor for the deb at the recent new district deputy president, J. Pacetti!, elate of women; and Plant for serving luncheon to
The bride-to-be wag graduatedfrom acquired clubhouses and dramatics and .li leader of 'a I will be honored Monday evening Mra. ([I. L. Brandenburg student the Florida Library Iristitu.M
Tampa ,"t.II by District II three made addition to their Rebekah Assembly In Penaacola. .
Sacred Heart Academy In Girt Scout troop and a participant when the make an official visit work. Friday, May 12 In the clubhouse
Springfield, III. Before coming" to under the direction of Mri. A. F.'' bulldlngi. Alto cone $40,000 was' In rodeos at Southern. The 'local .lodge Wit given to the lodge. Mn. J. E. Jenkins conducted wete made Wednesday night ala
Hialeah. to make her home with Arthur of' Homeitead. Mr. Arthur contributed\ by the group to welfare . special' recognition for having business meeting of the Wo

her brother-in-law and sister, Mr retiring director was presented work. rtm INVITE PUBLICTO contributed more to the I. O. O. ANNUAL REUNION IS HELD SATURDAY man's Club of Homestead.! Appointed
and Mr*. Paul DeFeo, the wit with a gift at the Apr. 27 Mr. Arthur will go to SEE CANCER FILM F, home In Galneivllle duringthe I to the hospitality committee
employed, by the A. 1C. Slaley, morfilng teuton for her dlitrlct'l Key Weit Tuesday with Mrt. L. t pant )year than any other BY REDLAND HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 37 in charge of arrangements
J. McClffrey and Mrs Wm. Coi The public la Invited to tee ah 'lodge In the state
Manufacturing Co. in Decatur, achievement. She and other district were Mri. J, J:. McClung Mn
III. She li now associated with directors staged V, chit In ef Miami for Initallatlon of new American Cancer Society' film to Attending the convention from The fourth annual reunion of Mn Curtis Anderson and MluDHgger W. n, Lounsbury and Mrt. Nub.
Pan American. Airway the form of a radio program. officers of the Woman'a Club of be shown at I:SO Tuesday afternoon the 'local lodge were Mn. Selma the class of '37 of Redland High *. clan members, and Mr art Jaentch.
A Mduateof Homeitead High Sixteen ribbons for ouUttnd- Key Wett. Mn. McCaffrey ,it at It It N. Krome for mem- neltz, retiring district deputy School was In the form of a barbecue and Mri.' P. M. Baker, Mr. and Mri. A F Arthur, retiring director .
candidate for recording aecreUry ten of the Homestead Home president, Mrs John Lee, Mra. Saturday evening at Home. "' .... Ben Melee, Mr. and Mn. L of District II, reported on
of the general Federation of Woom.n' Demonstration Club. Zimmerman and Mri. Everett dead Green Rivet the honors by the dlttric
Bayfront Park. New officers H. Giver and Mrs won S Sal
I SHOWER HONORS MISS CHARLOTTE SIDES Clubs, and Mri Cox ,li The regular meeting of the club Douberly. Mn. Lee, official delegate elected are: George Wright, former faculty members, the Mate convention lost week

WHO WILL BECOME BRIDE OF ROGER GLENNA I president. Of the Did County will be held at MO.: reported on the convention president; Leonard Cash, vice-

Federation president; and Miss Lucille Drlg-

..mlacellaneoui bridal shower honed, were Mri. Robert Glenn, Mn. Arthur was an honor guest MRS.\ WECHSLER IS DISTRICT DELEGATETO I gen, aecrctary-treaiurer. '
Tuesday at the installation of Named to plan next ..r'.
In honor of Mitt Charlotte Sldei
effioerl of the Northeast MiamiWomen's
to be hWd Apr, 21, '
fiancee of Glenn
Roger wn given Clarence Smoik Mrs Selma ,1115'1
Wednesday! night at the home of' RelU! M..... Doe Rote, Mn. Rudolph -' Club. were Robert Vrana, Eugene
dare Roy Moa .. of 1333 N. W. Young, Mrs Stewart Hall, Mri. I. M. Wechtler, president lead club will accompany Mn Mn. I> C. Little end Mri OnMother's
First of Homestead Duilncu and Professional Wechtler to the convention on Gauzent, Jr. r
ave. Hostesses were Mn.Moalei Mrs Olin P. Wright, Mn. Prc- OE.S. MARKS BIRTHDAY
will'go Present were: Mr. and Mn I
Mri. T. U McGirrah and colt Wood Mn. Wm. C. Car Women'i Club, will be Thunde, Mn. Gale Willt
Mn. Leo W. Nlchcli. michael, Mn. R. E. Intua, Mill, FETES PAST OFFICIAL y up on Friday, *i will Mn Jot. Gauzes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs \
ranking District 10 delegate at Frank M. Kent If she has Alonio Bennett, Mr. and Mn,
Spring flowers were used for Mary Lou Muttelwhlte, Mill Mil Either Livingston :
a pastgrand I
the[ four-day convention of tho from Europe Ceo. Wright" Mr. and Mri. Robert
decoration of !
the Moatei home
Judy McGarrah, Mill Janet Scarborough
will be honoredby
Florida Federation of Business ... Vrana, Mr. and Mra. L. C :
Mn. In addition to M. Wechiler,
Robert P. Mirth and Mri. Miss Dolly Barnette,
Ad Attra of the
Chapter O. E. }
and Professional' Women'a Clubs Little Mr. and Mr. O. D.
local members at the dlttrlct Day
B. F King won the prizes' In a Mill Winifred Dhntey and Mill S. at the celebration of the chap.ler' present
bridal' contest, and Mr* John Tonf Hall thirty-fifth anniversary at which opens Wednesday at the luncheon were Mri. Wits, Mr, and Mri. Leonard Cash calh'l
Princess Ittena Hotel In Daytona and Mri. Cameron Booker,
Mn Rudy Simpson and Mrs.Roy
Agnew with .
was presented the Gift were tent by Mri Kenneth I o'clock thla evening In the I.
J. H. and
Beach.Mrt.. and Mri. McCarthy, Mr.
door prize, Glenn, Mri. D. R. Sullivan O. O. F. hall. Haynet. I
Wechiler war elected at
A congealed salad court and Mrs B. F. bendy, Mn. H. O.
coffee were aerved. Hall, Mitt Joan Core and Mill the quarterly luncheon meeting MRS. ROSE.MAN HOSTESS I Sunday, r.4
Present\, betldei thoae men. Ins Walkup V.F.W. WOMEN TAXED of the district held Sunday In TO DORCAS CLASS forTribute t
--- Reld'i Restaurant In Miami Alto Tijne. i May\ 14
representing the district, which Mri. Jesse Cowman wit hot- ,
I FRIENDSHIP CLUB ELECTS MRS. MARTIN Members 0: the V. F. W. XuxIllary extends from Pompono to Key ten Apr. 27 to First Baptist Dor- iI I

PLANS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CLUBHOUSE \ \ were taxed one cent for Wilt, inclusive will be Delegate rat Clam at her home on W. led
each Inch of their walttllne mea Hilda Meyer of the Hlaleah-MI- Mowry dr. Sandwiches, cookies r -I
lurementi at the meeting Monday ami Springs club, and Alternate and punch were served l t .
Redlind Friendship Club elected her home to make I Mrs S. A. Turner invited the
further plant night to help pay for new drip- Ginger Stott of the Dlacayne Remember
Mrs. Walker Martin president. for the benefit. cries for the clubhouie.Mn. club and Jane Shelley of the MI.i group to meet May 26 at her Her With
at the annual meeting Monday ami Shone club, I home on S W. First et
During social .
a a lurprlteihower James C Vann, date
evening; at the home of Mrs. John pretIdent Present, betide those mentioned .
was given the hostess.. told of her recent visit to M... Peggy Smith of the HomeIt
J. llonker) of Illckicm dr. Mn. L were Mrs S F Keen,
Cake cookies
and coffee wereserved. West to
Key install th* officer
E tyrryberry was named vice- Mrs Othclla Redd. Mrs. Georgia Flowers
of Mltkeni Auxllliry REPRESENT W. M. IT.
president; Mn. 0. R. Runken DlRRpri, Mn. T E. Kirby Mri. 6q
secretary' ; and Mrs A W, Llndgren C V. Unmet, Mri. W A. Thompson nesS
treasurer. TELEPHONE GIRLS GIVE FAREWELL PARTY Nineteen members of First Mn. T. D. Pit-he, Mri. Robert .

Plank were. made to101<1 a FOR FELLOW; WORKERS RETURNING NORTH Baptist W. M. U. attended\ Smith and Mrs II. J Davit,.
card party May 14 to raise moneyto district rally of the Miami Bap-
help built a rlubhoute. Mn tint Association Friday afternoonin BIRTHDAY PARTY RIVEN SILICT HER GUT MeCrery Arcade
Sunken Invited the group la hold A farewell party" for,'bliss Kay Herbert Hunter, Jot..... Paul F, Perrlne Baptist Church. Cue! FOR FItANtli1t1t18!\ Apr and Deck H.rn* .. thane n..Jor. 8IZ-J
a 'luncheon rneetliirt>M<'*Wajr 'WMRS. Hillett/ Miss Nancy Unger and Mann, Mn. Marian Hedge. Mrs pebker'-wai. "'I'll. Sam Wallaceof ; 1 4 At fctiR _
N Miss Ina Walkup given-Apr. Stewart Mn. Mn Chai. M. Harrli marked ,
Hill Leonard Me- Miami, aitoclatlon president anniversary I
ID In Redlnnd Tavern by fellow Gush Mn. Joe Beneduce the eighth birthday e znlt ,--
Mrs. In a musical' program presentedby
INSTALLP. of her ton, Francis, with a party'
operators of the 'local telephone Wade
Thompson Pins D. R. Sul.liven '" member of the hostess group,
T. A. OFFICERHMn. Monday afternoon In the city > A NOMl C* mu.i.IVMfHONV .
exchange, A small girt was presented Mn. Sieve Hlondo, Mir Mri. James A. Brown ling "the
Herman, Holnletn ilxth.Mcturetldent to each of the girls who Toni Hall, Mill Winifred Dantey, Lord' Prayer" to organ accompaniment park. Guests were Francis' Siclattmatei
of the Florida will return north after spending Mint Joan Conner, Mm Helen played by Mri. F. L. at Neva King Cooper I

Congress of Parents and Trarheri. the semen here Schroeder and Mir Dolly Bar ,Templer. School.' tiM
on Tuesday will Install the new Present, besides those mentioned nette. In the Homestead 'group over/ Birthday cake and lee
served Harrli
officer of Miami Senior High were Mrs Robert P. cream were ,
Mri. Gordon W. Ivey, local pretMent
was assisted by her daughter,
School P. '1'. A. Marsh, Mn James Drlggen Mrs { "
FAMILY NIGHT OBSERVED ( Mn. John II. Whitt, Mn, Mri Wm. F Dickinson, and her
She WM Installing officer forth J. 11. Drawdy, Mrt. C. O. Rob. i c
AT METIIODIST SUITOR eider Mri Frank Hewlett of DIXIE DRUG ,
Mlramar P. T A. Wednesday ART CLUB CHANGES ertaon. Mrs J. Elliott, M.... Pet Miami. ,T<
and the South Miami' P. T. A"Thllrada DATE FOR BITS Family night war observed Morgan, Mrs May King Mri. J, llomettead, Fir

,. Thursday evening by the eongrelatlon Chrlitlanten, Mn. S. H. Fitch, Phone 3* We Deliver
Mrs Heinleln was an honor The Homettend Art Club will of Tint Methodlit ChurchIn Mrs T. '1'. Bowen Mri. J. Tom
guest Wednesday evening at the begin Id club year In May, ac. the social hall. A covered dish Vann. M..... A. D. Smith Mn. H. Benson Electric Has YOUR rHARMAQST Hurry.
Initallillon banquet of the Dude cording to a new ruling, announces upper war served by members J. Davit, Mri. Art Guile, Mri, .
County Council of Pirent-Teaoh Mrs W. ,. Caves, presi of W. 8. C. S. Circle One under Jay Newton, M.... R. B Rivet, HOTPOINT I I & \
er Auoclationa In San Regis Ri> dent The change was made, ate the 'leaderthlp-of Mrt. Chat. W. Mn. O. D. Cath Mn. W. C. APPLIANCES
taurant.Mrt old, to enable the yearbook Lelb,. Campbell and Mrs H. Collier. J
going take
committee 'to record ai members" Prlneeton Ph. 44truriTioua

W. 3. McLeod will be hostess all who have paid their IBSO-51 r-Ea pD(4a
to Circle On of the Women duet this month. MOVIES\ GAMES ENTERTAIN YOUNGSTERS advantage of the

of Homestead Presbyterian The club wilt meet May 12 at AT BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR TINY ROBERTS NoTsIe l'Ns.Es ir Noise
Church at 1.30: Thursday at her the home of Mrs, Frank Haut- Nuke 10 ......., .._ tNot rte Jod.r.4..d. -
Ides _1_ ....... rte 15.11.
home on Epee dr. man .._
I tliitM of Morton draw. %
- -- --- --- Movies and games were entertainment After the shoving of an entertaining ...... red, l I.l.M la ..... ... .... MUM m*,
feature of a party film, the young guests .ate lw ..-.. .f Ik* ClreoH Coo" u(
given Saturday In honor of the played on the outdoor slides and CwiQty. FlorMaHOT. W.. HARXNrMVFRNAt. taez7sd) SPECIAL OFFER

sloth birthday anniversary of playground equipment. E. HARKNEM,
Harris Refrigeration Co. Tiny Roberta, daughter of Mr gel B ITT.0._ 8o=,.,35I

A May basket filled with GIVEN AT FVCHS HOME ...............-................. "/ Pint .,571'Fla45. on those beautiful new
lit N. x..... Av. Phew IIIHIADQUAtmt spring flowers was used by Mn. S Dr. Leonard W. lIukln[ 1 1wawa
Mr. and Mn Fred J. Fucht
Robert for decoraUon of the /fit '
FOR IIWIH9 MACNINI fUPfUlt. table placed In the nursery build. were hottt Tuesday evening at a I iilrtilhlM ass., t.d hi In a.a.d.end. :>." r I
barbecue chicken at their I I
at Redland Center Crepe paper supper GLASSES Gal X2.91
streamers led from the basket home on Roberta rd. : ..
FIRST IN TOWN centerpiece to small candy-filled Guests were Mr. and Mrs. O. III N. E. lit St. Miami. 215. ; Mr- M.a 0AS RANGES

WITH THI NIW baskets at each place. Birthdaycake H. Sullivan and daughter, Nina, Puara.A Ale c..dtds.d i Made
Mr and Mrs Casper Williams, PHONE I8S2IBenson
Ice cream, candy and punch ........._.......................t fin Florida
were served Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Bryantand'eon
WalterrMr. and Mn. J1
Meettieeis"HOME H. Steven and Mr, and Mri
Kill kind of houtehold-
Fred J. Fucha, Jr. and eons, every
Inject from aandfly to Horplon.

MRS VIII LEN HOSTESS I Philco Appliances Hector Supply Co.

TO PAST MATRONS Ilomntead. Fit. Ph. 31
,-- Invitee to I Prlaeeto. Ph. 441
you M.... t E. Vlhlen was hostess ,
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faqir c..clIy top for Wednesday, night at her home on --
i fewer Carl t Vlhlen, dr. 16 the Past Matrons
Curb ServiceSI.11P.W.Dally Club of Niranja) Chapter of the
.. w-' O. K. S. The lucky star was won Home-Cooked Food
Three' Oases New Musk by the hottett Ambrosia, Cookies

es.,__ e/ )* tern wtikk .. tkeai and coffee were aerved.Mn. I
y alQADDIS' Tom Chapman Invited the o Fried Chicken a SpecialtyHot

'a PRICES $IAITM LOW AS group to hold the next meetingat Biscuits with All Meals
r SODA SHOP her home In Could. Home Made Pies &
Preient, betide those mentioned
all N. Brae Afe. were Mn. W. 0. Talbott, We these' al 4 P. M. Saaday and all day Wedneadan.SLIM ,.

s..swe $$229.50 I (Leased to FlartenacaaMackar Mr. Norton Peter, Mr*. Lydia

,i e*.w*tk*ve thata-the eicitiae ( ) Sayen U..., W. A. Thompson, & AMY'S RESTAURANT .
yew Petpfra heeae MeatealW fftr I Oe Ft Mn.. Anna Albright, Mrs W.11ft'I'wt I
and M.... Harry Baucom.
the tin la hews le be .
Pbae61 R
U. .. 1 Jest N. e( Hteataleai -
able le slew yen the very lataetla I
beaM freiear style . 0'A'

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leadaebe.eft.eare-the For Laundry and Dry Cleaning Gas-Oil

tan *f the hem IretM IUM. ANNIE MAYIIEW FITZPATRICK Products inc.
T* aemtaaaadala **r ;teaMatar we have aaato Mraage- ;
f e all rheas assets t* have. aay taaaaVy left with se ,arw *v aMettvf4 aid'BUfajm 11
. hark .* *.. ktaaA ....... flatbed BdUa4 Road .between Avocado, prrve* \ Of Florid( ; f ; '
All garaMvt Mud agatait tlttft flea sail water

...... sAils is ear pa-n. Pianoforte And Theory Distributor of NATUROL BOTTLE GAS I I

,:....... aaMr..e _esydj P waw TRADE: WINDS) )DRY CLEANERSS Thus Xylophone PUno-Accerdloai HO COOP Beaanea4 MaajagetFtAOLtm
.. ...- w..s.a+ PHONE 111 AT na.K '

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Mackenzie 100 Attend Field Day ., 0bbrtle' .. .
( Takes a'b
I. Cottrejl) Boy TT-- '--+
Te tleeu4sde. Tr 4Ha. P0/1
Of Local Girl Seouts
Troop Weekend\ Key Fishing Trip I .will k treed. said 'uihH' .......II CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AMONO GUll MANY LIST Beauty SNIN >

Mora than lilt hundred parents Thanks f. veer p*.re.aie.Mr. i i.or Moot: s, FicM Ave fhMH. m

Ds, Sosut Troep 14 taped ter Mackensto CottraU AsMstealaeeuhnaJler and friends attended the a4 Mr Walter Mmta tlt> Sas. II VERY iPAClOUS and UV. Molest CNsrtl CMd eVWf*
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to at noon lady on Jack Levy Bab fitW day .hald. thol.y afboaly ABLE Mass on 2 landscaped
I Msieing trip to Sndy Paint M. omo 'Graves, Wesley Bradley." Lou4sB 1M..... local GIrl Beauttroop Ther MtMMtte Ilk tear. iaulral. .eyal. PAmeJalellded . Myrtle 1IanIt.Lapeerf1....... MeaalyMADiO
( the Key Mar r tbon. .... ,.....
' kt but N W. -"" Ileot pereh 81185
where they will 1M'.Ifttll Bun- Pool and troop members- : \ on new. |M, baatti-type table. 1
Charles. Brown, Carlo Navarre, [Fourth at and Third ave ItuaJnesa OpportuniUcs benches, emellent" condition tta living moor with" fileptrw
I' dIr Bight Robert Stroub, Don Berneckor. ........................................ Ph. 5M-M-1 (milt I I..... diniM room llxlt,, Uf'AIB-QuI'-..... i
t In the party will be Sooutmas- I Special fuetl wets Mia Dempey Brooks Inc. kMdMMt 1x118, breakUst rwmU
Robert and Wayne Burkett, Bruce All work guaranteed. Prior
Wintita Dwaln Altman. Joe Creary director of the DadeCounty I I Turkey Poults-Fred ......".. Roberts IM. rear porch: Bedr omISIxU reasonable Robert J. Brook,
)Iorninr Services Begin Lowe FrIll and David RuUk. Council Mia Jo Hill I I I II AN 'UOWDiO rei end W.1ditelr.. Ph. bedroom' 11x14. Bath Roberts rd., }ut north ol Palm

\ At Florida City Church Bill( and Bob Blschotf and Ronald Smith, assistant director and I I DEMAND . Hi-Vf. (pena) llxlt\ \ Sunpordi or den IUII. Drive. Florida City Phone <>$> .".
... ..tW Separate l-or |*rue. IN
Oagllardl. Mist Dot Hunter field director II lead M U esiMUMl ear *
l On Sunday, Florida City Com- I >lM a Ut\4 In MUiai A* GOOD LOCATION, Price Glsss eo.-ot. foe
CHUTES NO IU4I fttcnvc DISTBKT' WO. aaerour TURKEY POin-TS. Albert Mrker with terjns only H.WO. A REAL llomcftesd
'knunlty Church will initiate Oldest Completely tee,Un>*l ef f 7H. whlrli p r-
or CONDITION or Valdln dr M purposes W* do steel /
Richard rd. at
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4 knomlng worship tervlct and dl Til ritUT BANK IIP MimMTVAO thwe renal' frastrhlw aM and lailng ot all types
continue the customary venin, 1* Urt.uu at YI M tl alaN < > Apia It. MS*. r Klntii.< \to rxumiu ,1 Equipped! GroveCaretakers -.tlal) baldpregeIpmesl> Ph. T40-R. (iTWPh. .)
.. M* kf CoKpodiw. .r u. c to_, w4* aMio. alit, U. *.v..-aunukC ---- - $1 N W and st. Phone
kervlao. vhf church service will ..m velars Inie tr abet. PIN SEE THIS BEAUTIFULLYFURNISHED - ----
to held from 141: to 10:40. aniltundiy .*. WI..MM vllk ribw ...Vt, lada/uq'"i..eai:T Wlum, mi uk. U IIM per nenlk.IdMl 2-bedroom horn -

( achool from 10:4$ UU ttnllW IWM autt hi ' dlp n audw. auu. --... '* far aUr kua wllk, near srhool Large enclosed

$ :45. announce the Ret. Martin 01 aiM. .M. O/lUrol I .. .:..._ .. ...NIINS....-] INNJI. l 1iii" Salem 5 IGIi 5Herman )clouded porch. Bath and EXTRA

It. Davis, pastor OllOT fWponu M.a.1a Mnrki llivlwllKi sad :AkMIIHM I4JMM .4 .f rMnt Bioni tunkllx : /M pr.pelU.n, ,,"j_lrc .....! tday 509-W lavatory\ Lanracaped I
1 The new church kitchen hat .... ..< 4IMMMU HntlwIlMi ales .wrdrafuiD.rk .Week .....ek. yard with barbecue TOTAL
.ri..lM .1M'4 .......... uraltM. and flMm 14,1.. .II 1 r.Ii.iic. per I
inn plastered and an oak fltxtiVlll .. 0-14, ..... *!. aobtM .. S NOW.. It lira. Mt MMM4TOTAL r. O. BOX 18HOMESTEAD. W* Invite rUM l.wtUsUM. . Marks\ PRICK ".500 With low month
bo laid Saturday.jjiptist lee b..kl; FM kHrrvlfW" TlU ly payments.NEW .
Rail aaa" .... uh a look rs.Y. IN1N/ .
lan..Ml"au, :Dadwlau-.ow4t'. .; s,., I lndlnei ii-: eMa+ a ar FLA. Speedway BrawrUmp) C., 45 -.tee,

Bible School :: 0. 'hit lash .. aM..n/IyJrONt, MMIn POOD ?$.L N. E. tM Si. Mia..... Ft*. I 2-bedroom CBS large
10 ela
.1llinlr ...a.. .. ..__.. ._"_'_'_'___ Pal II I II COKCRETB BLOCKS all aloes. living room dining room, TfttAmexlsfJIOHGEn
Slated June 19 to :30 Bruce' Block Co Naranja, "..
I ASHItTI .._._ _._.._._ rapnuai:;' screened porch carport. Many.
The annual vacation Biblt I.l.MllllMrVw .............. .... .......... Phone ITS. cloaets and extra feature
.<. ArpolO ""t I........... |..rtB mM/1.|... MUNmlbM......_.._ .L11,11t1rl.
school of First Baptist Church **mlu tl .li.UHu.1,, M"_.lp.. and mHrntOam .. .- IMSISIIItoVMltt I Card of Thanks PRICE $13,500. Term

will be held from June It to Jun* Dai./u/ d ft U.1rd SUM,. 6u.Mt.pdtllMl 0.-' WlMIW',..,.1"M.'".....14.100..._ .-.all".1_ ................ .... slant.a.010It .. ......... ...................... .. ........................
10, announces the Rev John II.fiIIltt NONK For Sale Real Estate 20 Acres of good pin land.

pallor opUu..0 l14 roTA.k ,ah.'1"nk.D6P"ITC,I; ..lel.' aad-asab4r's. . elnka ....1"_, .."....-.. -.: .. ... ISWttlIIMKI44JM ReliableRadio The student body and fscultjof ...................-........... ............. Only IIM! per acre with convenient I.frlg..tor'YOU
II Thirteen are taking the"work. 811" ..,.blo. ndl.aala. aM. 1114."" Ii.blltll. fa bnr..adoarr the Homestead end Florldi low lemma
.. .. ..,... N0NCCx"a I SAW ADvtlT1SEP'I
irs* training court, to preparelor Of'Mlwr i ho;.'.T1i 'ij'i''i.k n.l.-4;; ," NUNH City schools wish to exprew For sale: GROCERY STORE,
the vacation Khool. .0.k.. iwl I ..l.,. . NftNKmraM their appreciation to parent and U desired. Ph. SO Acre of made land. Under\

A....._ kf or. for. .. ._.....".,__of..."._*_.Ui._lsl' __*...4_.__......MINIOttwt ..t.. friends of the school who worker T78-J.with, building (mUf) cultivation this past Mon.. I IN LIFE !Iy.t1
Silver Palm Methodists IhbOUw.. .. ...... . ...."_._.-.--.----......- 1,111 Repairs so hard to put over the bond program Priced at $220 per sue,. Term*

_._.... .. .. .loaltulal so that we, too, may haul COMPUTE REAL
Slate "Budget Suppers"Next TOTAL tlABILlTIBI W. For sale: Spacious new J-bedroom FOR\
schools In area
r*,lul AnC.plt.l modern our
CBS home on ground ISO by ESTATE SERVICE.. Nt" Defrost Areal. .
: ' aural red the large vote ot T to 1 In
year'f budget for Silver CI M A r>f,rrt4cJluM add l Mr I NONt WlrkU' ilo.' I NONK Racked by IIS ft Extra large. living room,
ptlm Methodist Church Is ex. : p.r.nd, Mil( |wr a NONK rttlnhk ralw, .I. .KONB.. . favor of the bonds In Ilomrsteai! RICHARD FUC11SRegistered ONLY DOWN ,
Flak, ural. par |M. 15 shows that a*
to be underwritten at aseVtes .. Pales II years you Broker rill v
frtcted !1(101." ..4ii.; ; '. :.:::_..:=..:.::::='_.:::=:'':.:::: .=::.=== 11.6/,11: Interested In children's welfareS . place: ; dining room big kitchen llperwsekHARRIS .
of chicken suppers to be Rum land rMlrmnit Mnxiiit far ,........* "....,.. ..... .. ...-...- ..nt" BLACKBURN with paneled walls and celling Job It lisle Mt Far Bogner
on Wednesday, Thursday B.
served completely equipped Including Registered Salesmen

and tors. Friday of the evenings congregation.In for. memo TOTAL LIAniLITIICI end CAPITAL ACCOUNTS.._.._..,,__ *l:;n:;H1l Your RCA Victor ....... .................. kitchen Bendlx' ; can Hobby be used room as off fourth the 111\* N. Federal II..,.
P.O. Box
Phone $1$
charge of the supped will Mr..oa.d.: ...**MUU Radio and Television For Rent tiled bath Co.
Amta rlnlin. M UBlmH Ice _... llnbilHIft * for "Wr pu_ I 1st bedroom. Beautiful Refrigeration

be: Robert Macbonell, Wednesday ,of rlnrkU. Dealer ................. ... ........ featuring glass brick. Cuban tile Members. ot Chamber
night; Clarence Gray, Thurs-. G."., 'A.I D K,'I(:A \\onF.U.. Mitllw. nf 'M 11n..Ira..d tank, A. rdnanlr. 1 *-l lUi floors, all new furnishings Price of CommerceTry 14* N. Frame A... llemeetrtd

day night; and Wilson Lovcll, ... ah.* ...""", .,t U Ira u, ,... "b-i U W;. ks."W CAMI'Nr.IA*. an)| ,*' U-. For rent:. DOWNTOWN apart. 116,800 Terra Phone IN

ffiday .pifiht Each of the three I COR.BCT-Arr SEE: ECHOE JORDAN
in the budget cams' C. P. .ICIIIINr.CI"( III.D. mcnts. 769-J
Commanders Ph.
Radio & tepslr
'sign will be assisted by six captwins A.. w.r, WHIHJ. Dodd Appliance Registered Broker Expert watch and J*. ''ryIng. :

who will preside at the TNGLI.x0)IrMa... AU work guaranteed. Nell',
.. m* fables. 1'H... N WHITINO rrKKKYH. NoUT rooMIe.- lOtt N.I north. Ui When You NeedA
>: month. L. S. FiUhugh, ler eve and Mowry t.,
i After! a "budget parade" to explain .. BI,.U .l .him.
I the various Items proponed Mr mmmlvlni. spine Jon. M ..... had.... .plAi....... R.rdf 4)0. ot N. Y E, 5th ave. Ph. lit"' (mV) Also S business Iota on Flauler Haircut or We buy sell( and trade guns and

lor the financial program\ mem- NOTARY HkALl. '_____... ________.. ___ .. __ __-. -- and N. E. First st-l&O ft. onnailer \ plitols of all kind. Ndl's' )$5 &
\pan of the congregatloit will be For rent' S room and bath and 100ft. on Flnt it Shave Krome. Phone ill (oU/ .U)
given the opportunity to sub yearly basis. Epmore dr. .1 Price reasonable H. Q. Thurman,

scribe. Redland rd W. H. Douglas\ (pale;) 1 8. Flaglor. sve. Ph. 408 (s7tt) Rakftl _.__ ,Ie UAJlDf.N -Hauling,"tandarsping,

Shave _"_-_-_ ... topsoll potting soil, sand,,rock
Church Slates Lfpntalri apartmont,'.1Pt'trlc'. For salot New J-bedroom CBS SbawH (Medicated) _, 1.11 till. Ph. US-It Write ftl .S, >Uos>
1 Quarterly Conference .' .' frlgerator, lluht and Come water' Total home price on large$IIBOO.lot(Not near a projWt )- h'lall'arll __ tile 14-A. Homestead.AenHon .
Furnished $38 per mo.
)W Henry W. Blackburn, dls.Wet hdcrta rd and Coconut Fain ). M....* ('laJ..) If! *

superintendent, will preach dr.: Pl>, 233-U-2. (28tt;) SEE FCIIOE JORDAN Ph. ICO-J Osmblnatka FatUI .,_ ,_ tile I Electric HasnorroiNT t
Sunday morning at Rod land t Registered Broker
Tent .-. $aeMsstaeke
Community Church and preside I I and 2-ronm furnished kitchen
'Trim _..._ It* A1TUANCE9Prlneeten. p'
at quarterly conference there ette rottnues Low ..umm.rr.te. If you'd like a furnished S-ba'1-
Sunday afternoon. At noon s .. Plensunt. grounds for chlldren. room frame home on lOOxWft BbasspM. (fUla)._ IleBUSH'S Ph. 442

picnic: unUlt: be served In Reilland school bus am lot toned for business, only 14900 ,
and Spice Park Qreyhound bus stop at dour 4 total price, .see Eihoo Jordan. i
mile N. of Homestead on U. S. Reglrtered Broker Ph. 7B9JI ,
Buoys MOWINO. Carl EndlWi
Baptists Will Hear L, Redland Court Ph. 2B4-R-4/. .. ... JQew/ told( k
Rt. .
.. ..pat/.4f!) 1 I '..tu .' |..h .. I .""'
Rev LeonNorthruii 1 ) te-Model 'd7.r:; I 10 rtI. p* Bauer:i dr. |UO on Lrtchwnrth place, King hwy)
t- I acre, 10 acres on Epmore dr. BarberShop Phone B27-X-V7. (t4tf)
; The Rev. Leon Northrup' will I Doom-for one or two people. USD an acre Lot on Itedland rd.

reach Sunday morning and ave I dines In, near eating places, ilcar Bauer dr. 1300. J. M. Bsunr, Ops. City BallMiscellaneous I HTK DO reliable waWil repairing,
ning at First Baptist Church and I N. W. 1st M Homestead, Fla.
(heap rate. 27 Rt >, Box 43S-C. Ar.
have charge of the Wednesday Woods Jewelry MrCrory
right prayer meeting Mr. North. Used Cars and Trucks Build home along the cade. (aa tf)

rup Is substituting for the Rev t-room apartment with bnlhroorr your. 10 seres In good location . .. ............ ... .. . ... .,.
John H. Whltt pastor who Is attending pine W* buy old gold Teeth old linn
the Southern Baptist May and 1.electric Mrs Clara lights. Barber S only, $1500 registered total. See broker ECHOEJORDAN Ph. .. ...... .............+......... watches, etc, Nell's, US. Kroro
Convention. In Chicago PASSENGER CARS itcflland rd (14tf) 709-J Phone 11 II. (ol4-tf)
A study course for church
workers, will be held at 7:15: on $23 reward for any Infol'rllRtlonIpadln SEE ALEX LANfEK for well
Monday, Tuesday Wednesday 1919 Oldsmobile 4-door Sedan Jpirtalrs apt, 2 rooms $20 month to arrest of person. drilling. Comer Krome ave,
rent Mr, Maud who rubbed tool from my shc< ,
lid week.Thursday evenings of next 1917 Oldsmobile 4-door Sedan Thandlor' summer Silver Palm dr., 2nd lien j. Warren Morris on Narsnta' ) rd. 0. IU Bunker end N Eo 10th *t Phone 031.". v

\ -1 louse writ of Tenn. rd (mSltf) Registered Real Eststo. Broker merest contractor. (mS). ,.. . .. . ....................
Happy Afterthought 1919 Mercury\ Club Coupe

!iA boy scout found an envelope ....................... ...+ Expert PUMP SERVICE. Pump Wanted
rsntalnlng tickets. The envelopere 1917 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan For Sale-Miscellaneous 10 acre glad land at Inter pickup and delivery Agent ............. ........... ...........
and address, and thetfcjr section of ollad rd. and grovel Gould and 811)
>re, accompanied a name by his younger 1947 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan ............................,. rd., 5000. ror err Palm pumps Service. Silver pirti Pain I Wanted-2-bedroom house er

other went there at once. III I Newton Ph. 82-W-1. (mStf) apartment, unfurnished Hsve
i On accepting the tickets, the 1916] Chevrolet Station Wagon DRESSED RABBITS fOe per Ib 10 acre glade land fronting on baby and dog Phone Dr. Du

r|ghtul( owner thanked the boy Ph. 780-W-l. (pmS)) oiled rd., 4000. Pree 1113.J. (pml)

:end offered him a dollar. tub a dub dub, _
J"Sorry, I'm a scout," mid the TRUCKS I Ill .. KN M A... Ffc. Ill Rub. dub dub.Vashday Wanted: Responsible ft'IoIto\

bO)'. "This Is. my good deed for 1-month old 12-cu. ft. duet won't be blue Mondi;, drive car to\ Michigan or vicinity
the day." 1947 Chevrolet' -ton Cab and Chassis freeze. Ressonabl W. E. My.ns If you bring your clothes 01Sunday 1 Soon Homestead CetU. .*
Halnlin across from, Bonito
'The man was on the point ol good Court No. 23. belwna 1 Maid S
i For sale: 40 acres high pine .
returning the bill to his wallet 1-ton roves. (pm51 win do them for you by jna.
1945 Chevrolet Stake Body for avoc do., mangos or limes p. m, Friday Saturday: (pmB
When the scout went on "But chin,
Call 44S-J-1 or ()J13tf)
'my little brother here Isn't."- I 1942 'International l.%-ton Flat Bed Rabbit hutchel, and/or/ broiler r, alum them to you nice .nd I Wanted to buy Farmall II tractor
,WaU Street Journal.NOTIrt Iona Ladies' Columbia bicyclePh. clean.
1941 International i!ton Flat Bed 747-W1. (mil j).. Ira. Edna Suit corner Qusl:I T-2BM.with cultivators. Ph. Perrlne(slltf)
and LJndgren rd. RoutFax .I
Rood dr.
Clt ... .r, Cue cI Re..b.d.plmld. p Benson Electric Services _
... 10 ........ tit aaplLU.a' fa I I, 204, Homestesd. Wool I
.lull. '1_ Tu A..rr .aid nkee "dulk. For sale: 38 Dodge 4-door sedan:: Radios & Refrigerators Ike to have severs) family wash. WANTED good homti for I very
t a Mbrr d. M.owl,00 MT t*" .*hWlkttlriM Rebuilt motor good tires, radio
: : to k* MMlnd up mill i, axe ngs. Pries reasonable. Bran.I attractive p ri-Persian kittens,
P. M Mai It.... awe. tot C.MS n1K Bird Chevrolet Co. $171. Robin Hood Groves, Red Princeton Ph. IIIFitztpatriclc's lollies any day; they will be re.. "*".!1". rich u ..... *nr w all land rd. north of Avocado dr. 1
.. rued promptly.V white, healthy, active. Com see
(pml I
SPMMliMU.Cm 788-R.
OF HONRrnFADi Phone them. Mrl. Walter Dents, Richard
I R B kDWARn; tU C...... 107 N. Krome CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE Phone 99 ---- rd. between Coconut Paint" and
Clio, t. u. 10101. - - sharpen and repair all mowers .. Plummer drives. Ph. '.
Fine Furniture end trove equipment ( )
II Silver Palm Bervlc, Silver Pain

l Seminole Theatre I Custom Built of Mahogany and Other Woods "t i Newton. Ph. BB2-VM. (motf Real Estate Wanted

Breezeway Cabinet Week Chair Casing ReflnMilsg -Mr-..
Dfjive-In I ...., f MAKE out your own will nowDon't I
TWO SIIOWS DAILY: I and S G M. Pbea. N., 171 Car Bbeays Dr. A leaked Rd. nra
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chances! Ida/I'I
jl l SATURDAY and SUNDAY eentteueml 1 OW 11.Admlllea take law buyers lor groves call:"" ..
*........ Maltll lltb&, tie, MaUIIH (UII I p. IlL). lie ror legal will form and full ess;]: Mackenti Cottrell. rtjlslercd -

\ Mal" lie (Cal IlIeltKIrl). Clalldrell ,.ole 11 CIIU.....o uadr lox. 5.7tes &e t.el. U. (Tn""u" .) nstrucllons. H. I. Jay, P. 0. Bi broker Silver PsuV, st
...- 1'JIo.. '711.Sb... a&u1t Us. 342. Miami (14)) Fla. (II"IltlPAIN'I1NO .I Newton. Ph. 692-W-l. (mitt

1 Last Times Today: "Malaya" Giffen Industries Inc.
DAISEY In SATURDAY ala, S-Dw6N r..ture 'rsgraa"BLONDIE WAITING! /
COOKIE 74fl-R pdll!]
I JIlTS TilE JACKPOT" JIMMY WAKELY. CANNON Roofing of All Kinds Take advantage of our' natlonsVsdvertlslng ;a
"LA "
Plug MONT: HALE In KL KSWOOD program; we. can
I SAN ANTONE AMBUSU" 1 And LEON ERROL, .lOJ: JR1 JlUl\WIIREY"PAMELA\ BLAKE lit Poured-in-Place Gypsum Decks Benson Electric IIu'hilco produce c* h" buyers d I

"JOE PALOOKA MEETS arm, horns, suburb;fore

I SUNDAY" MONDAY hay ,.t Cement Tile Manufacturing: Appliances] lost store or other

"LAnV TAKES A SAILOR" non CAMERON ADRIAN BOOTH WALTER DRENNAN In 'Solar Water Heaters rra-te.. ria. "I WESTS, J. 0. Preston, lit S. W.

Plus JOHN LmL: MARSHA HUNT In "ItILIMSTONE"MARY __ I 14th Rd, Miami Fl" Ph._1 $159. .
: RYAN DETECTIVE"I ( In Tricolor) Sheet Metal Work , I
,' I Added: c-d. r........ radN News


JOHN IRELAND, JANE RANDOLPllln Added Culees. Conditioning: .. BIANAM O- M4 ruml Mwtar

14 I '"OPEN, SECltET" nnUDAY'"/ FRiDAT. May pas Fan Ventilation ,
IIVIlPHREY 2.J. our'0l1rtn.EqulppfC1
: TH1aIllDAY... nmAY. Mal II-II KNOX ill ."*
I DE SILVA In I K O/.JrsFaseu.t a I'rtt Gltlsalde ..

I 1 "THEY LIVE BY NIGU'r' AcIW c-.I,. c ...... 272 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables Cremation.. ,

Plus Armand DennlJ' African Epedltkm I CtMIar Suds lad .....,. Mar 1t.11 OnHNI' lIt\nuor '"...'
"'SAVAGE SPLENDOR" WiUl .1Iert Taper set sus Trier Phones: j.l&51 . C.la1' d. 1 j4ieise 270 HeRldittad) .
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"A ThrIll of AduaUty" ., y"
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', ALL STAR GAME'1 Spor men Slate Sunday I I CtJrin Waldron Head "Hoosicr Schoolmaster] Is Junior I 8-LEADER-ENTERPni8E .. Friday May 5,19Aiu J JNu'

Fish Fry and JOlt Rare FISHING{ NEWS\ ILllA'' Student Council I .

IS SLATED FOR If I A flak fry and outboard motor Calvin Waldroa wu ejected, Play t to Be Presented May\ 11 and 12// Qu.u. Able rarHmateBUrtaaiTew
By fAcrrn ta. IAVNDEKI .. have
Village ConataMe ((10 mot rtaII women any know.
preeident and Jo
; r race will be eponaored by Red TotMeat, rim*
::, of i I in he rton cotllalon): ""ow, ge*>- tilt of parUaowoUry .law,
preddent HomeetMd
SATURDAY NIGHT land I"*,,,,*, '* Club Sunday Seheet Student Ceue eII Wednesday. Hid..1 "The Hoarier Ichoolmaater" Lee Worvelle. of the wdl-kaowu'' llenicii I want to know which e* Ypy dont knew my w .
I ,I afternoon Mar Tavcmler. Mom MIAMI BEACH OCEAN . will be yraaeirted by member of novel I by Bdward Kgjieton. nor two owa Wt the a**** *s1b" apialiit of the house 1"1
Tkf tint AU Star softball tame I ben and friend will run their TIDES The new officers were buuiled the Homestead High School junior Jeffery, Jordan will play Uwt I -Ia. yeere-E.

1 of the aeaaon will be played .l. boat from Saunders Camp north a... .... at a apoolal auembly Thursday, dan at 6 o'clock Thuraday I title role and other lading play-" .
en will be Jimmy WaUon' aa
the ball put Saturday nigh'of Jewfish Creek, to "Doamle" AM PM A II. II and Friday nights In the achool I
Donaldaon'i May I 10.48 11:11: 4:13 411 the bully, Bud Mean: AnfelynBuaaey ; J
: Ruth
when | restaurant near Tav'ernler Uutland InvitedTo auditorium
the Fejr Hobbs team from Haooah
a* Thompson
OJu meet the Overava. Ball where the event will be May May T I '11.11 11:41: 11:48:: '1:12::11: .1:11.U: Join Phi Kappa Phi The play If a dramatiaaUon by the bound girl; Barbara RhulerH I A few of the full course dinners ;
and Tackle AU Stan, h.ld.Thl Mra. Meats, wife of the principal
j I I public I I. Invited to partl-' May I 1:11: 1:82: 7:43: TM: Tallahaaaee, May 4-Alt ace. acnml trustee and Alisea'Lift I
Two big winning streaks In dpate and Ihoae wUhlng( to make May 13.12 3:67: S.47 S.04 Won of Florida are repreaanted Helen. Pope Attend Dr. Small ; served at
lilt lM..ue will collide head on J I the trip am asked to rcglatcr at May 10 1:11: 1:58: Ml:: : 10.01 In the Hit\ of 46 students whoa New Orleans Art Meet\ a* I'
Monday night when undo'I Overseas Bait and Tackle Shop or Mayll 4:11: 4.82 10.83 11.02 high scholastic\ grades at Florid Mil Carl KMd I la couch.
toted\ V. r. W play the Tavern -I Crlm'a Tackle Shop. May 11. S.M 8.38 11:14: 11:47XlltlllA : Slate University have resulted In Mia Helen Pope H. II. S. art M
Tarpon, Jour-time wlnnan. HEIf an Invitation for them to Join the teacher, tat week attended a Home I'c Girl: to The Lobster House
New Rules Made, Hrokcn The Tarpons racked up the = honorary fraternity. I Art Aaioclation In New
In Women's Ball Game :. Hft. . AM< I Orleana where
foOrth victory Tuetday nightwhen Alton Hw. iIiww.r.e* r Am! ri' Among these la Ruth Rutland approxImiTtely SOO About 80 .
they held Home'i heavy Player broke every rule and tMrtfhk .* ..-_\.AN : of Homcitead. college and public: achool art educator School home economic i u. s. No. lPerrinc
hitter to lour rum and capitalized Invented some new one In the Y.pac...nw> fam4 x.e. Card Fold...-.. _.AN', .lit - heard discussions on "Art will visit the home-making department -
on poor fielding to tally benefit aoftball tor** (Juooo, Kr? l<*tf. AM .,t' Loin Ilycrson Pledged and Material". An outstanding of Vie University of :
eta timea. The Tarponi1 three night between member game Saturday of the tons ......Hank... /lor.i..._r.. .. .?.. ..A44 aMMiwiulu ode I.a,. Ky Ihll\fu at Stetson I speaker at the conference was Miami next Thunday.The I Chicken Noodle Soup, Chilled Tomato or Orcnga Juice, '
previous vlctoriei were all shutouts V F W. Auxiliary and the Wo. 041e5. Mervin Julea, contemporary girl will leave here ell: Shrimp Cocktail.
Including no-hitter. by man' Club of Homestead. Both r, =M>IMiMib* .... IK. ril AM :::: Mill Lola Ryerton daughterof I American painter. on the art staff 0:30: and will haw lunch In the : Tomato and Lettuce or Chcf'i Salad Bowl with French
. of Smith
Fucht and Thorn., . .... College.On
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teams gave out after four InnIng .- K r 'IorldoIoJ .IM Mr and Mra. Daniel Ryeraon department, Intfwcl the building ".
Tilt BaptliU broke Into the win *, ao Umpire Bruce Ennl declared lUUhr.Ktt swore." . AM s.a.w ? of Richard rd., haa been pledgedby I the way I to New Orleans, and tee a movie or Thousand bland Dressing
column Monday night by toppling a 23-23 lie, with the other In DM nutern non nf n..WaAra u.eea.dla .: Phi Mu Sorority at John D. Ml I.* Pope attended a panel dig
Mltctietl .... three Inning to be played off Wtr 10 awllpYls' Stetson University, A graduate of I cession at a week-end art conference I PLAY CIIOH E MINUTE STEAK ..-._. "-_' ''_ _n' -, |l.t6 I' 'I
Lloyd Field lured Into \the another day Cba Martin Norman Emit Homeitead High School Miss Ry. In the University pf II.U.S. ...... SET
batting lead tits week with a Homer IJyrum was announcer, ,, and Eugene Saunders flsht'dCaOlIr'1 arson If a freshman at Stetson Florida Among the panel mem- MARYLAND DEVIIXU: : CRABS _._ ,
core of .124. closely followed by hers were [tori Rosenthal of Member of tint It. II. S. advanced -
In a riotous performance, plaen ,- Creek tiling mullet for '
I Karl Giver and Alton Home with pounced upon a "woman" bait and chum and ought 14 Coral Cables and Fletcher M.r.tin I. speech clan ex|>ert to KOAST rORK WITjl' APPLE SAUCE ... . 61.16 .:
500. John I and Sunday nlghta the belt prove that acting I I. u woman'*
Yudlntky the artll in residence a'I1e
patel mincing around the field, and mangrove snapper I mutton I
home-run derby with 3. and the tripped "her" of feminine regalia anapper and a grunt Johnny Mottct\ E. B. UcCarrah university, I business by presentation of a,, IRItD LOBSTER: ON TOAST _,_ _._61-16 , .
I and Walter Frazier
mightiest of the mounditnen recently play, "Say It\ With Flower on I
Bob Hobaon, 1-Of; John .)' to reveal Bill McMlchael. D. II. Dclllnger Dar Neelry caught 15 trout on feather and May 19. Member of the all- 7 Vegetable (Cholrt of'Two) i
IRO wu cleared 4-11 Girls' Fashion
by Show
1-0;; John Davis, 1-0: Fred are'j and Hobble Delimiter tripod P* plugs In Banes Sound. feminine I cant will bo Edna Morjrll Hot Roll and Butter
1-1; and Rudy Gray, 4-i. each orlaniration.peaxerg clflc Reef and caught two mutton Everett\, Wade, George Hur- To Be Held Next Friday Sylvia Barnes, LnulHe Whitt: Iced Tea
The leaf!). fanrflnffc awes .. n snapper six grouper seven )'el- bert and Earl Smith who fished. I Johnnie McOlnhl. Joan Walker, or CoffeePineapple
F. W. 6-0;-Tarernler;;; ; : 4-2; Home' :", Icemen i main lowtall and II I runt*. the reef with Buddy Smith out seeendyear Jeanette Davit, Janet Darnell I II Shortcake, Strawberry Shortcake or Ice Cream <\
4-2; Florida City'' 1-1; Mitchell, In Dade Club Contest Trout tithing ha been good of Card Sound report a catch or'I I I Edna Runnela, Rcllu Fay Oavla'
1-8: and BaplUU I-1. i In Long Sound, Trout Creek, 22 large mutton snapper, five fashion ihow for Hens King I and Ann Krlacr.i SPECIAL CIIILDKEN'S: PLATE
Scheduled Geraldine Douberly of Red- Uluckwatcr Sound and Little yellowtail, 17 grouper five barracuda Cooper School on Friday, May I I / .
games are: tonight t,
nnptlala-riorlda. City; Saturday, land High School and Tom White Dlackwater Pau for the punt few and an amberjack that 12 At the show which I la to behold Fried Chicken with two vcgctublc,_tu.1__._._ 75e t
All Slart-Qvencai D.Iand\ of Homeitead Illiih School; 1 were day*. Live shrimp hag been taking weighed 28"% Iba. This was one In the cafetorlum, tho girls i Roust Pork ._._.....'.._...._.../.....*?.._ .__._.. _.. 65o '
Tackle! Monday, V F. W.-Tav- final 1 I!*!* In the Exchange Club' l the most late In the after of the belt catches we have seen will model clothing they have j i Tired of Defrosting)
antler; Tuesday, Home-riorlda lath annual countywide public noon come off the reef In a long time. made. Also they will act up an I 1 and its messiness Fried Fillet of Snapper. _A.-,..,..,..._.- 03o '
City) Wednesday, Mltrhell-Tav speaking congeal Friday night at Snapper fishing at night In Mr. and Mra. Jim Coker and 'exhibit table for display of their rBeverage1
Miami Jackson Mrs LJIIa Mae Morris s'' handicraft RLE HARRIS1 NORUE: A I) I '
I'rnlt'rj; Thursday, BaptliU-V. F. Cacmr'a Crock will continue I to report i; I
W Top honor and flan 11,0(10( be good through Tuesday night catch of 111 In Banes Sbund ) Eddie Little will apeak on the UN PAGE T
Scholarship were won by Joan with Friday Saturday Sunday Tuesday I recent poultry show In Orlando.
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Ullrich of the hnM school! Second - -- - --- -------- -- - - -- ---.,
and third plii'-eo were won '
respectively by Michael Ftlilen
of Miami Senior I Huh aid Rob- g 1 4'r Ily '
HERE ert OlUn of Miami Bc.ieh Sonlor

Ifommtoad Grower will play High The New ArUlorrary dl

Redlund DUmomlbnck here It\ seems that to CommuiilKtu 5th
Tuesday In [lie Grower fliwl were busily weeping the drecbi.
home lame of' the baseball season One of them leaned on his broom i
The liiral nine will seek to and addressed the other.
avenge an 8-4 dt'felllnfllcled! by "Comrade, there' something t ,
the Dlamnndbarki Wednesday wrong with this picture," ; ; I
afternoon on the victor dla. "How do you figure!"
.mond. 'Well' comrade all through the
Leading hitter for Drdland year the RU""lInl told ua tha I
were Johnny Kill who made a when communion took over Hungary -
hornet, t triple and a single, Hull we'd "have the good 'Jolw, You save up to 50 % by shopping this, our 5th anniversary sale. All : .)
Mmely who hit a homer, and and tho lord would be swrcpbut

Carl triple. Movlcy who knocked a the The streets other" wvnt right on awrcpIng. merchandise from, our regular stock. No special purchase. Brands you !,

,Ddtlerlci wire Billy Home and He hardly bothered to look

Jerk Luke Pole Denmm| lur and llomeitead David Jensen and up."Well All he and Mid aren't was:we Coirxnu- will recognize at sight-and at savings' you will appreciate. !\ .

for Bedland relate the lord pawl".Louisvllle Id j
Courier Journal . '' I
WEBSTER: : WIIJJAMft MADK8TAIT Shoes Dress Shirts \ ; Pajamas j \ .
f MkMBER OF I'AraaLafa1lU" : Advertising people can work on .

i Ind., May 4D nlclWebMer this At one a recent: meeting of a direct Save nit to 2(1( % on these famous Men's\ fancy dress shirts, values to .. Mcn.a pajamas. Sheers !and regular -
William of Modello, a advertliing<< association In Philadelphia name dimes for men. .1.;>0. youf choice for only f' + Cottons Sizes A to E.
senior at Purdue Unlvenlty, haa. +
they told of )oun, mail
been 'elected of the militant bush wu enthusiast who decided to court ,11):.iI.fl":) values................................ 4.69 ,(to'; .$2.95 ,,,,,, 3.93 values............ .................... 2.89
manager monthly publication Agricultural of itudcnt hi* girl by letter. He mailed her 9.95 values. . .. 7.96 .r.):!I))'" values I ........................ ........ 3.89
In the achool of agriculture at On a prop'.1IIf1 the Seth day the day girl for 61 mirried day. 1 10.JI5( !) values: :.".::::.':: :::::::.:::::::.. 8.76 4JttdcrwcarCotton a 6.95 valueIL..t.... 4.89
Purdue.A the poitmtn.-Ex. .!"I') *................................ <9M< 'rrJ "

robust\ woman who 100t he 1:>> :) values..?,.......... .I..oIoo.12.76 : and rayon !shirts and Boys''I Polo. I ShirtsHold t
thumb In,, a trolley accident con shorts. "
mulled her lawyer Tired of )Defrosting) Men's\ Dress' Sox 't. { stripe knit polo, fancy
Lawyer: But why do you think and its rnexrii'nesH? .19 values.................3 for 1.0!) jacquard for !boys!

your thumb I li worth 120.0110') .69 values.. ...................2 for 1.00
thumb Woman, | kept: because husband that'under.the I Mt: IIARRM' NOIttiE AU Elastic top, fast t. colors I .75 values... .........,........2 for 1.19'B 1 '" t Uts....... .........?............... 1.09

,I -Ex. my ON TACK t .5! ."> values.... .......... ....2 for .89 1.00 values.... .. ....... .........3 for 2.19 I I J5 values......."........................ 1.29

,I .75 values.... ..... ............ 2 for 1.09 1.50 valur14..2 for 1.93
1.00() \8lu'I1..2; for 1.*>0 Boys' Shirts t

1.50 values. .. .. ............:.2 for 1.98 Robes '
Run J Short and long l sleeve sport.shirts,

i your eyes ? Men's\ summer! wash robes. bold patterns in all the wanted

over these buys.H! O\\ len'sV One 001'lot.or Sport Most sizes/ Price colors.1.65 value.................................... 1.09Coats'

, 1.95 values........?.?.................. 129
\ 2.50 values................................. 1,79

< v _/ JfyJJA Sizes! 31 to 38. Sport ShirtsThe 2.95:>>. values................................ 1.98Boys'
J/2 Price most outstanding. shirt values '(
Dress Slacks
I we have ever offered Short and "

,Who laid and) can art overpriced"Ju'l take I gamier long sleeves, rayons, gabardines Y' ; oII\t Fancy and Solid Colors .
! at whit dollar do with sheer weight cottons. In all sizes ,
then ..
your can .tuer.lcLtJUlrd Work" Pants t to extra large. 2.95 values I ................................. 109:
ie can-every one of them in dp-top ihupe, clew 3.9. values..............,.......,....,,..... 2.79
9 fr. a whittle god! rarln' to go for a Rood lung ilm-' Men's Khaki pants and shirts Vat 1.93; \'Ilues..h.......2 for 3.("! 1 4.95 values, .................................. ,3.69.

. '35 Chevrolet-clean, new tires. Good transportation! dyed and sanforized shrunk. 2.50 valucp..N........... ID.; 5.93; values............................N..., 4.69
2.65: values........................ 1.95 6.95 values.. ...... .. 4.99
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' ' 1.i.9.; values I .... 1.69 N
It $200' .............. .............. 2.95 values .. ,... . 1.99 .
2.43; values.................. '..............1.89 3:95: values::::.':.::: : ?.:: 2.79U9: : "

i t '39 Buick-clean, good condition 2.95; values...__...__.....__....2.19 5.93; values.........,............. Boys' White v.

3.43 valucs.-_.._.._... 2.69 &53 values........w....... 6.G9!)
""I $395 3.93 values.................?............., 3.19 T Shirts ''

4.95'IJu(' ...........,.......- .-* :3.93 .
out 41 Ponti' c-dood. engine and chassis, Ixxly) rusted j Slacks' 3 for $1.00Boys' .

I'., -; Jackets The slack you can't afford to miss 100 Pairs

$100 ... Buy your summer's needs at these : I
t" Our famous Cuban Jackets and
Men's Slacks
'47 Ford 2-door-Clcln savings Dungarees
rood condition, white sidewall tropical printed shirts for men

I tires, 6.95 VI I ut'S..._.._.__...._ 5.29 ', and Khaki Pants
Values :
755 values.,....._....!.?.............' S."9 '7.95 values.........................."... ,6.29<< i "

. $950. 8.93 values.:..........Ai. ... ;.:.>...a. 6.79 8.93 values............................... 7.19 Price 2.29' to 2.43 values.2J3 *, .::......... 10M j!j

9.93 values.......................,.f... 7.C9 10.95 values ..........,... .............. 8.69 l/2 values_............,- '........ %.19 !i

\ "PrestonB. B. Bird Motor Co. 10.95 values.?:_,...*. ..........:.....:. 8.79 13.93 values....................,...........10.49. 3.4S values......_,. ._,..".......,. .. 2JJ9

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South! Kromc Av at 5Lh. SL., Phone'Ill 431 '
_; Sale Positively Will End Saturday, May 20th i j '

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,1 f '\ Fora Buy 'In 1 Used. Cars : " ; : Jim: SharpClothiers I

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: luy from a Buick Dealer
It w ar 32' S. Krome Ave.; Homestead; Phone 487 .
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