Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 9, 1948
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00590
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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37th Year No. 2 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 9,1948 Price Five Cleats





City Election Tuesday to Seat 1






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,: Tax Sale Brings--- - -- T. E. KIRBY TO BE UNOPPOSEDAS





.. More as Home Folks Bid RH. DONOVAN WITHDRAWS



FROM MAYORALTY CONTEST '

Auction 01 72 lots brought .. .
Will Auction Crutches
Tommy Royal
.,..., bert Monday In the first

Homestead tale of tax-delioquent To Raise Funds i t tDo for: March of Dimes Use Parking Meters, homestead voter* will go to Uie
IcU which had reverted' to the ,
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Chief Krantley Warns polls Tuesday to choose: a mayor .
etat ,. Scouts early next week pearancei at Miami night club and five city rouncllmen who will
The city bell auction also will deliver 80,000 March of Dime to participate In a Chinese auction Use of the new parking meters take office the first Monday In
Irked the first time that final cola card to pupils of Dade of his crutche Tommy's father, will be rigidly enforced Police February.
Tho B. Royal, will head the local
individual lob
sale was made by County schools for the January drive a second Chief W. r. Drantloy warned yes Thes. & Kirby will be unopposed -
year.REWARD
instead of by parcel City Attorney for mayor, as the other
out Mr. I" kickoff of the annual cam terday. About 70 per cent of the
N Ira C. Haycock pointed candidate, Richard II. Donovan,
Haycock expressed approval ofJie palgn to raise funds for fighting drivers are win the new meter. had Mi name withdrawn from
Individual sales method which maid \ OF $100 It was reported to the council requestto
polio. Jack Cleary, director the ballot by a special
lie Mid tallied more money for yesterday. Each of the cards will Monday night.Approximately the city council Monday night
the properties auctioned. He explained contain apace for 20 dime and, $264 ha been In the primary of Dec. t, !Kirby
that people "loit heart" when filled will admit holder to FOR CEMETERY collected tram the machine since received 4M votes to Donovan's
and tailed to bid high under the the Orange Bowl polo lama for they were put into operation! Dee. I... The third candidate. L M.
former method of lint offering polio on Sunday afternoon, Jan. VANDALS POSTEDOne 22, the council wa told. Hendrick. was eliminated with
the adjacent lots individually, IS. a vote of 104.
. then adding up the Individual bids Young Tommy Royal, who spent Water Pal the primary the,ten'7
*\and;offering.UN iota ia a paroa more than II month In the Jackson hundred dollars reward U May lie Consolidated candidate chow. lor the council
for final til*. Memorial Hospital polio ward offered by Palm Cemetery Association race were a*follow: I T. Godwin "
There wa spurted bidding M n. before belni released on crutche for Information leading to Consolidation of the area water 433; Carl & Anderson 410, Wm.
day, and the "home toUe," out- will spearhead the March of the conviction of person who control 'committee 'with the Florida Musselwhite. 400; Russell Horne,
numbered the professional buyers.: Dime campaign al honorary twice removed tombstone from Flood Control was proposed 177; James M. Wollam 14I| J. L.
Prices ranged tram $77 to tl7< chairman for the Homestead area the cemetery at Nannja, report Tuesday at a meeting of the Kulp, 16; W. Y. Bush, 101; 111)
for 34 lots In.Downer Palms No. and will, during.the progress of Deputy Sheriff Chat. J. Caw groups' representatives In Everglades W. Morris, 23$; W. C. Morton,
s. from tit to $12* for 14 loU In the fund drive make (several ap- It t* believed that more than City reports County Cam 114; and Cdwls B. McOomh,
Norton's Addition and from III one person i* Involved M heavy missioner Preston B. Bird. delegate 1M.
to. PI for 14 toU In Boulevard tombstones have been pushed ever of the area committee. Mr. Voting machine will be wed
Addition. COUNCIL ASKS and some have been carted away. Bird Is making a telegraph poll for the first time In a city general
Homestead's share of the total One stone was recovered at. the of the commissions of the II counties election, and the poll will
$7.587 will go toward paying off corner of Naranja rd. and Silver making up 'the area control be open from 7 a m. to T m.
the ltJ'.bonded Indebtedness and SHOW SEVERY Palm dr., but others are still min group, and It the proposal I* approved In Die fire station
cannot be used for governmental ing. the two groups will merge A total of Oil qualified: totem
purposes, Mr. Haycock pointed TO MEET The cemetery area la being patrolled for more effective action. had registered when the books
outy Thirty-five per cent of the FINAL in the hope ot catchingthe An invitation has already been closed on Dec. II.
(Continued on Page Four) culprits. Issued for the consolidation groupto
City Auditor Everett W. Sever* Information may be telephoned meet with the U. S. Engineer Open Meet Set Thunday
and Consulting Engineer Wm. Sy- to Mr. Caves at SOS-W, to >hHomeitead e on Jan. 14 In the court house at
Form Guard Unit
TOP TOMATOES dow will be Invited to meet with police department at Okeechobee City to work out effective To
the outgoing city council at Its No. 25 or to the sheriff *file*, plans for Florida water An open,meeting to consider
BRING final meeting. on Jan. 19, council at No. 30331.Mr control Mr. Bird says. formation of a national guard
$10.50 member decided at their meetIng unit at Homestead will be held Cat
Monday night I p. .m.Thursday in the Red
I Mrs Krome to Receive Barbour Medal
ATFARIMART Mr. Severy will be asked to' I land District Chamber of Commerce .
clarify the audit which has been building, announce Capt
severely criticised by Councilmen For Oustanding Horticultural ActivitiesPark Raymond J. You ofthe Infantry,
,t. Approximately 2,000 cram ol J. L. Kulp and Benj. W. Morris. Reserve. Cut. Robert A- Ballard ,
tomatoes were sold this week al Mr. Sydow will be requested to *.. Wm. J. Krome of Horn.I ; County Commissioner Chat of Miami commanding cflicer of
Florida City State Farmers Mar, give a break-down of expenditure stead will be among the sever I H. Crsndon promoter of highway the 211th Infantry Regiment, and
ket at.rlcet..n.l", from $lt.U I for the purchase aid lntallatlon > South Floridians who will be I beautification and park development members of his staff will outline
downward to $1 according to I ( of the new diesel generator awarded the Thomas Barboui' ; A. H. Andrew. of the advantage forming, a guard]
Quality reports Marketmaater C and switchboard at the medal for outstanding horticultural ., Eftero, publisher of the horticultural unit here.
S. .Phillip A few beans and city tight plant. Utilities Superintendent work In ceremonies at 3,3: I paper, the American Eagle: A company of the tilth infantry ,
squash alto were on the market Gordon W Ivey explainedthat o'clock Sunday afternoon In Fair- and Cot Montgomery who will Regiment can be obtained
A, number elt the winter buyers I Increase in the toot of materials "
child Tropical Garden. be presented the medal by Dr. for Homestead by sufficient: immunity -
have come ia, and of installation had Cot Robert H Montgomery Fall-child. support lay Cnpt .... .
The new platform extension hai: caused expense to go above the !i
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director of Fairchild garden, will
been completed end work is beginning orliiMl estimate.
en the big paeltinahouse Jtuswll Horne and Mr. Morris make this first presentation of Festival to Designate Special Days
the medal which will be awarded I'
to the
which will be. leased to Frank wen appointed Investigate
Baas Continued on Page Twelve) designed annually hereafter.for Fairchild The medal Tropical was For Service' Clubs, Women's Groups

Garden by Theodore Spicer-Simp.
City Building Permits Total $66,000; on, Internationally known artist Miss Redlsnd will be crownednsmed Miss South Bade, and the
and medal designer It we named queen of the Redland District. next highest contestants will
"-St John's to Erect $35,000 Edifice for the late Thomas JJarbour, frequent Fruit Festival and Evergladeibe made ladle-ln-wltlrg to the)
visitor to South Florida Park Exposition In colorful cen.It1I1U1.moalll .
and director of the Harvard Museum to be held Monday evenContestants must be al least It
Construction of a $39,000 edifice frame house for Hugh Trantham of Comparative Zoology for ing, Feb. S3, the second day efyean age and must be residents
for St. John'* Epilcopal: Church in J. U. Free' Second Addition; 40 ,ears. Mr. Barbour formerly the fair. The runner-up will be (Continued on Page Twelve)
and six residence were IncludedIn a $5.000 cement block dwelling wa officer In charge of the laboratory
for R B. and E. E. Runnel - - - - - --
building yermH touting ever la at Barre, Colorado Wind, r- .
$86.000 granted by the city council .....'* Subdivision; and two $500 In Gatun Lake, and custodian of I 1000 VOTES 1W, II
Monday night frame house for Nellie Furgereoala Harvard Botanical Garden la
The authorized construction 'In- the Homestead negro section. Soledad, Cuba. He mad extensive I REDLAND FESTIVAL QUEEN CONTESTL I .
'trtudes S7.WO cement block residence Work has been tailed by Con naturalistic exploration In India .
for a Joe Bommarito on Lot tractor U B. Delta on St JIIM'Inew Burma, China, Japan East and I nominate _.._-._ _-..__. ._ ..._.._.... -
17 Block 7 of Downer Palm No. pariah hall and Sunday West Indies and Central and I == = : I II r
2; two |IM)0) cement block dwell school building on the east aid South America. Her address.---. _
ing for Angus MlNalr oa LoU of V. t, First sve, between Tenth The other recipient of the NOMINATIONS FOB MISS MIDLAND CLOSE8A1TBOAT.
10 and rl, Block t Royal palm and Eleventh it*. The building) medal W be Dr. David Fairchild, I I
Addition; a $..0<10 frame house for Will be Of reinforced cement block president' emeritus and founder JANUARY 17, 114
Dewey: Proat ou Lot 4, Block t Construction and will hive a the of the garden Ernest i. Cw, promoter (Only one nomination tor each. contestant. ) a
Soulevwr Addition; a ,.WO;roof. .of the Evergjade* national I - -.same ma sea sass am" 410101A.. am sar ..J


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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. January 9, 1948

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morning In the social hall of and their wives are invited tt
S. Florida Goat Show THE WEATHER First
P.TA I
EXTENDS
Methodist Church AU attend.
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Scheduled for Jan. 18 I ts.rwr snout a..rw-r.e.m Somme"r e.w.g..,a.o. nI

CARCONTESTTO Dr. Guy Otis Brewsler of Homestead Date Mu.|Mta.I .... .plain
will lecture at the South I
Florida Goat Show to be held at DM. 10.___.... II 41 SO 07Ore. I
FESTIVALVEEK I o'clack Sunday afternoon Jan' II ___ IS U .
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1 Jan 1.._._ -.93 K IB 17
II, at C rd. at N. W. lit tt, South Miami:Jan. I __ 84 80 MM 003
The 1W7 Plymouth sedan donated Jan. I u___', 71 80 JO 04
by Richard H. Donovan to I Almost 100 goat have already!'' '". 4--- 74 81 10.01TO
been entered to complete for the
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help lIM.the purchase of a ,Jan. 1.- _. 84 30.10
to be for all standard
prices given GROCERY SPECIALSNo.2'
!Jan 6 ,___74 17 10.U
Homestead High School bus will breeds and grades. Judges will be I
:Jan 7 .___ .....78 41 30.13
be given away during the Redland Mrs Jane Elliott and J, Q. Flynnof : ... .

Dtttrtct fruit Festival the list Miami i I!Minister Will Hold
For Information on
week In February instead of on owners art asked to 'IItrl"1 I Luncheon Meet TuesdayTht No.2'Can
JalII ai planned originally
M. Taylor Ue, P. O.
, The'decision WM mad Wednesday Hlaleah Redland District Ministerial
at a meeting of the executive Organizers of the show plan to Association will hold IU January FRUIT COCKTAIL.35c
committee of Homestead PT.A. ttnize an association of goat: covered dish luncheon and busi-
! Mrs. T A. Moore U chairman owner .. 1 ness meeting at 11:30: Tuesday I .
of the P. T. A. campaign to lieU!
ticket on the ear In order to buy I
e uperfal bun for ti'y of the
Exercise lour American Privilege ant tote Tuesday SNOWDRIFT
schoil athletic teams and claiaei 1.19
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; SERVICES HELD I J. T. GODWINCandidate I, 4



i FOR MRS. LEIGH for i FIELD Osage PEAS

< Myrtle Eva Leigh 14, wife of I City Councilman No.lCans33C 1

Robert N. Leigh of Eureka. died '
,t Deg 30 funeral services were; (Paid political advertisement)

conducted Jan. I In the Miami Royal All Flavors t
\ Seventh Day Adventist Church I
" Burial was la Palm Cemetery '4JV
i tinder the direction of Turner NEXT: TUESDAY JAN. 11 1147. CAST TOUR BALLOT FOB GELATIN3Pk 25C.VELORDREFTPkg.33
Funeral Home. s. ,
Besides her husband Mra Leigh !I
leaves three sons, Moses E. of
Eureka, Robert D. of Colorado,' W.C. MortonFor
1 and John O. of Tennessee, and
three daughters Mrs Myrtle l Patterson
I of California, and Misses
.t. Ethel and OUyt Leigh of Eureka. City Councilman


.;, Mrs. Sarah Pilkenton If elected, I will strive .. Serve all the people honestly, BRING TillS AD WITH YOU

Buried Here SaturdayMrs. sincerely aad twmlenUoimly-Geminated by .* cliques and Good for '/ -Dozen

Sarah Ellen Pilkenton of taking order from nt MM except the severelgo voters ef I
Sugarloaf Key died Dec II In HOT DOWNYFLAKE DONUTS >
this city.I
Miami at the age of 77, Dr.SidneyH
Davits officiated at funeral believe In doing all we CM tt attract additional Industriesto FREEMEAT
... services held: Saturday afternoonIn J
.] first Methodist Church of this ely. getting a sew perspective ea our tourist trade and . I
} 'Homestead. Turner Funeral Home really ballllnc a blfrtr sod better Homestead .f Temerrvw.Nt "

,had charge of burial In Palm "afreet .........** decblmu will bt arrived at. I will not be a SPECIAlS ."
Cemetery at Naranja I Ii
Mrs. Pilkenton leaves a son party .. Secret meetings wheat ee."oUIIIIhe publk'a bvalneM, I

John W of Rosevllle, Ga, and Mid t believe la handling the Affairs of the city ha ouch a.way fttorrell's Pride Or Cudahy's Puritan ;
three daughter, Mrs. Maud Lin- i
that all paMIe business beeomea public knowledge.
ton of Hollywood, Mra. Vivian I w
Shlnault of Roasvllla, and M.... ,
Sybil Htrihbarger of Maberry, (Paid Political Adv)
Sliced Bacon Ib. 7Sc
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'. ,BENJAMIN W. MORRIS I Legs.I, 1b, 59c




Our Meat Department b ender *ew souacenent. We hare all
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< rate t/ choice beef, tall veal and pork. All merchasidlat to

ForCOUNCILMAN guaranteed M represented. Cane U and get attainted.


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CEMENT BLOCK IN STOCK AS FOLLOWS INCH
ON JANUARY 13
REGULAR. INCH SINGLE CORNER.:: I-INCH DOUBLE
i CORNER and 1-INCH PARTITION..
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.. Your Orders Solicited!
Rep< Your support will be sincerely .
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Auto.Repairing Acetylene Welding

: GEORGE: rim sad WALTER FRAEEITR
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Friday, January 9, 1948 PAW Three


BRING Raise Given of $10 a Month INE\V GIRL SCOUT String Musicians\ Sought for Contest ::1
City Employees
Set For January 16 by Perrine P. T. A '
RIDES SHOWS\ TO A raise of 110 a month for each TROOP FORMED ,
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city employee of more than oneyear's
service was approved at I Entries are being accepted now merchants, will be offered to
CITY BALL PARKA recent called meeting of the FOR REDLAND ,by Dan Lester of Perrine for an I siring band of two or more persona
Homestead city council upon old-tlm fiddlers' contest to be
1. the Perrln P T A. I The Individual player will
recommendation of Mayor T. sponsored by
Miami' aggregation of ride,. The Redland Girl Scout Troop
Harris The increase In pay was at T:SO Friday night, Jsn. 1$ In compete for a $10 first prise a
sideshows and refreshment stand,I made retroactive to Dec. ISMonday his! been bf organlred Mrs.. a with Heath S3 Holden members the school auditorium. Any personor I|S second prig and a .J third
Monday began a two-week stand band playing kind of prlie.
any
night the council re- and Mrs. Ellen DIMIn at the
here at the city bill ground -;.aAn jected a claim by W. ft Caves, Holden horn on Country Club rd. stringed Instrument misty register
, the sponsorship of the Horn. city tax assessor and city fireman Karale {olden is troop president without charge with Mr. Lester Announce Prize WinnersFor
,I, stead volunteer firemen who will that the ruling authorised ; Betty Cowman, treasurer at the Open Air Market In J>tor. Club's Yule Contest
mall to Box ISI,
rlne P. O.
the pay Increase for each job Th Went; Betty Coasmaa, treasurer or by
\ rec !v e 20 per cent of the pre ss be
council! held that Mr.'Caves was and Juanita Rohrer and Ruby Pen-In Registrations should Mrs. W. J. Fowler and Mrs J.
. receipt. entitled to the monthly pay increase Ennls, scribes. Mrs. Ceo. H. made at once but will be accepted X, DoolItU were awarded the
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| The pleasure tides Include at as city fireman but that Cooper, Mrs Wm.,H. Turner and until half an hour before the price In an outdoor Christmastree
!Ii "atomic bomber", an octopus, hit salary was I fist (<00 a year Mrs. Chas. Ennls are troop counselors show. lighting contest sponsored by
, merry-go-round ferris why ell,, at tax aaseasor.Junior I First, second and third cash i the American homes departmentof
streamlined train loop-o-ptkni The troop was divided Into three :prizes donated by community the Woman's Club of Perrlne. ,
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and "other, attractions, Ttitrt are. Methodists Send patrol at the meeting Tuesday -
also a hooting gallery and i"uess with Barbers, Cooper Betty Taylor -
-your weight booth and Aid to Polish Children and Ceorgann Hoiden "as
"JJfnk cotton, Cindy, cold drinks,' leader The members have psssed '
hot dogs and other refreshmentirt ; Two boxes of warm clothingand their tenderfoot tests and have
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' on ul.. shoes valued at S36 have begun working for second class ,
been sent to needy children in I
ratings. They are planning a historical
An addition to the sideshow Poland by members of the Junior VIOLETTA
features was made Wednesdsy skit for use In the Investiture -
of FIrst Methodist
department
; ceremony to be held soon.Rev.'J.
when the Lobster family joined Church. The Homestead, youngsters -
the "festival o( fun".
learned of the Polish children -
L. Hall AssignedTo
from members of the .
I Past Presidents SpeakOn Woman's Society of Christian Sacred Heart Church
Service which hal been helping
Ethics of Llonlsrti I .
with Polish relief.Presbyterians Th Rev. James L. Hall has!
Eight past presidents, of the ,
been appointed to Sacred Heart
j Bedland District Lions Club spoke to Show Church as associate priest to i Is Here!
on the ethics of Llonlam Tuesday "Swiss Family Robinson""The nerve with the ReV Paul L.
.t the first meeting of the new ning during the winter Man-I
" ;year. Speaker Were Walter Weiss, 'Swiss Family Robinson", Father Hall Is assistant director
Dr. Ceo. IX Ruehle, R. P. Bar an RKO film, will be shown at of Catholic charities of the diocese -I
field Barley Core, Harold E. 7:30: this evening on the family of Burlington Vt. and director
I Kendall, W. 0. Talbotl and Ceo night program of the Homestead of the Don Bosco School for HELLO FOLKS, ,
H. Cooper. Presbyterian Church, announces Delinquent Boys at the state reformatory I
, Brief autobiographical sketchei the Rev. Frank L. Elvery, pastor at Vergennes, Vt,
were given I by now Lions, Dan Here is something: new for the people of
Beard, Vic Cook Bruce Jnn'C. : '-, 1>
Dodd and Buel R. WilL I Homestead and vicinity.
Your vote next Tuesday will be appreciated.
Guests wr Mr and Mrs. F.
'L RlcketU of Kansss, Chet Sidle
I' of Ohio, Julian Green of Hialeah, For City Council Violetta it here, for your pleasure. She is
) Robert Dildlne of Redland and
cheer. I
comfortable and full of good
j E. W. Burton of Homestead. roomy,

guess you know-by now that Violetta Is a boat
i Rant Sarah's Recipe Golden WM. MUSSELWHITE
I [,=u iitlMrB Fried Chicken and not a blonde ,or red-head, as some of you "
Princeton Poultry Farm) at
:Tha Country Kitchen, V. .. N*. (Paid political advertisement) wolves figured out, so here's all about her:

I 1, opposite Fir Tewer. i

I She is a deep sea and reef fishing; boat 40

II ft. long, 15 ft. beam, with a Diesel engine and

I all equipment new .and ready to take you out

Jan. fishing (full load, 40 passengers) up Card Sound,
Pull Lever 12 on 13
out Angel Fish Creek to the reefs. Catches will"

be grouper, snapper, yellowtail, mackerel, barracuda ,

so that grunts and anything else we can catch
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on to.


James Wollam Hand lines and bait will be furnished free,

you keep the fish. Leaving at 9:30'(' a. m., returning

5:00)( p. m. Bring your own lunch. Only soft

drinks sold on board. .
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Tile last, . shall be THE PRICE: $3.25 each person, tax included.

first"I i First trip Saturday, Jan. 10, and also Sunday,

I Jan. 11. Next week, and thereafter, every Wed.

Believes in the future of Homestead and a square deal II nesday, Saturday and Sunday.

to everyone.n A vote for Jimmy Wollam Councilman. ...-

\ is your guarantee a sincere effort on his part for a I The boat leaves from Rex's Landing, down

: progressive and efficient administration. the old Card Sound road, and will be operated by,

oJ"t,'" '1 Capt Rex Pollard well known to most of you
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folks in and around Homestead. By next week

my wife Polly, will operate a Sandwich Bar

: VOTE FOR'J down at the camp.

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: So, folks, come down and see us. This is thebest

.i; JIMMY WOIW fishing bargain on the Keys.


., .. This ti your invitation. -Well be looking for

you.
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; Four -. THE LEABER.BNTERPRISEFriday, January 9, 194. .. .J

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t amid renumber and practice I*.tb* other airport.
TheLeaderEnterprise --- - - - - ------ - - - boiling ho4.pthapnlittle kltctvrenette
M tk* owe 0WID I foreign country n wen M at] Her agate we lotandapt
l' check next trip to S. A. home "0 wad .... power tbtglfll .European people traveling with fI
The Gadabout VI.... routiaw vnt payln lie ua, to tee ourselves M plenty of luggage camera and
...... M test the bUli-- *c to the airport others ace wr My inspection of fur 'eoat* I didn't recognize any
the hurricane! warning the net room revealed that tt|of the fur costs or paoeengei,
I ....... ........ .. v........ tae.M Br Being WUUa* FerrerraThe I had thought kern hoisted M wd milled had DO pie to bang but I did hara from listening to
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through the crowded airport to ao shelf on which put 1!eon of the British that my Eng. r
that all handbag white powder !lids ancestors were disappointed
tat AacaD I - - - - - - r ntttom. only to learn you your "
timl*- a" planes had bee tromded efl Dom The towel were of the eot-+|in their uncultured vulgar ott- .
lUWOttl .i rw r.n.AI" A.RMn waiter brought our break- account of a heavy tof. i Km roller variety found In all1 springs meaning US. tI
feat with our early morning call
=:.. xbod We had an orange served in ill The various piano companle, ..
. ...... 0111141VItreecarprlefe shell like I dub, food bread andbatter had pretty ftrU going around I (
! and hot cods Qa the ."111. "Good rnomhif". Naturally J

, Is Ovrtyi I ...,IATMIM slag ( tray vat boiling hot water that thinking they could speak it t
II M: I r tt-M. Indlridiul English I smiled and asked c
tM waiter poured over our u-j
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the rest and did
e w.. $5.oo. I n.. ease rfee pot. I dldnt have about room WANTED time to Investigate but I am still look dumb Then I thought of that
a.-t .. .- .l clu. a..a Maum that all A I
floss U. IRIS..1 w few .. wondering how that water was quotation ins 1
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: TAX SALE I 120 Ralph B. Runnel 12.00 e ; CJ
a Runnels 101.00 CJ
Ralph

I The' Aftermath (Continued from Pile One) I I In De'tnIer Paine N. I

By Aanle. tUfhew >l'itsplikk proceeds Roes to the state ten per ,Loot BItt. Purchaser Final Bid
New Years U cone and our reto. cord to the Everglades DrIIln"1 I]I 1 7 JuUus FinkeL.6202.00: Good body and paint --
lutiona District\ and the 2 3 Julius Finkel _.= 111.00 .
I cent b divided between Uie city I 3 Julius Finkel-- n8,00
Are bnen Ilk* the ebildnn'iChrtatan.s
t ys. and the holder>> of the tax certiffcetea f 3 Julius Finkel _ 1$2.0d I

Vacation, too, U o'er and many ho plained I 3 Julie I'1nbl 170.00 shop man-- '
home 1 A IM .f the auctioned loU and 1. 3 C. F. RobIMl __ ISO 00 1t

:. Seem HrwiHr..ni without the their buyers follow l' 3 C. F. RoblNolL 110.00 1

thfidre ItMl.e.y' . ....t....... Addition 20 3 Julius Flllkel_ 200.00 a
2t 3 Julius 1'11'I..1' 21.5.00II
Final Did
f U4 Blk. Purchaoer
y' LIrebhnd l of hope and I B Dewey Print I CO.00 3 Julius Fillbi 210.00
I 5 Olive A.. Sareent UO.OO
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. n--mor)' 4 8 Agnes BlennLowIend Bird Chevrolet Co-
I And happirteat, wo find. It apt 4SOO I S Joe M. Burton 11:1.00:
T IS Ivan and LoranMoser
to lie
14 6 Eortin
IMoJamta 4300U _... .__ .12.00
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Where we are not AnttolpaUon '%
6 Benjamin Bodkin J5W
thrives 6 $ Ivan and LoreanMoser Homestead, Fla. Phone 98
II a Benjamin Botkln 4100II
i ___ __ 140.00
We hope things win be better e Charles S. and
by and h,. 12 S Gcorlll W. SmIth 251.00 j
Minnie Meyer___ 38.00 '
II 5 George W. Smith 20a.oOIII
It 6 Charles S. and
S A. n. Tower_ 105.00
Minnie Meyer 3500 18 5 Charles S. and .
14 1 J. C. Vann_ 17.00
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MinnIe Meyer 130.00
15 7 Agnes Stewart 20 $ 5.H. eow.r_..__ 1"00
Loveland .-___ 3900It UP ;
I 6 R. E. and Ruby
9 Julliu Flnkel_ MOO
0. Ed..rda.10.00 ERK
4 17 9 Julius Flnkel__ 7S.OO
4 6 John L lc Eunice
1 10 Dewey Prort_ (100 letS. (
Nixon 8atcbtlar: 5.00
4 lOA. D. Tower___ 8100 ,
II 6 Bruce A. & Evelyn
Final 1947 Tfex Forms B II Rote Rome_._ ".00, Batchelor __ 103.00
12 11 E. H. Collier MOO
l Prepared 13 U Row Rom_._ 870U 9 6 BenJamin BoIkIQ_ 71.00 k1he.'
14 6 C. r. Robinson 110.00 -the
11 Roe Rom__ 83.00, _
Fanmr'aDwUraUea II 6 Co r. Robinson 150.00
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IS I* E. K Caller_ MOO,
18 6 C. r. RobI110.00
of Ectiaaatrd
18 18 A. D. Tower .t
....... Tax 18 18 := 8100: i 1 'ha" and L3nan :
A. U Tower
8100
Dee January 15th Mom __ __ ISJ.OO t
19 II
Benjamin
Boskln
8100 I 7 Julia R. and John I
EDWARD W. BURTON I 30 II Benjamin Boekln 84100 w. DeMI1I.1 . 100.00
31 II Benjamin '
Boskln 70.00 II t IIoIkla .0.00
tint National Beak Bldg. 32 II E. H. Collier 7000 Benjamin
I 9 Charles So and
\ HOMESTEAD FLORIDA Norion'a Addition Minnie Meyer 102.00: Jd

Telephone 115-R tot Blk. Purchaser Final Bid f 6 Claarl" S. and
1 RaplB.. RunneliSllSlO Minnie Meyer 102.00S
I Ralph B. Runnel 10200 6 Ben and Marjorie
I Ralph & Runnels 1800 Leach Archer 110.00
.B Banach ._ __ 8000 I. 1Ben and Marjorie
lA f'tUM' 111 Ralph B. Runnels 100.00 Leach ArdIer. 12s.o0II
o,, i11I Jo U Burton 110 00 E. M. Booth 110.00 = e

RED 1R 112! Ralph B. Runnels 124.09
114 Joe L Burton 10104 Baton Baked Beans with
111 Dan L. Meeker 10000 Brewn Bread! A Wednesday nlibt'
i 17 Din L Meeker 7800 special at The Country Kitchen: d
fiJ, i III Ralph B Runnel SI.00 17. .. No. 1, opposite Fire Ttt'er.
19 Ralph B- Runner 8200 Other things too!
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SL C. rOTTEB, Jt, Prow
f CoreFreeDRIVING Tin vnri-Mrtiif..tuti-lml Voongrtowi least link
cu fat Installed la mu boo tee i
nwl&I1it1tqJ pgma tosir
Window and'Door Frames, Kitchen 'Cabinet, ,
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EASY CREDI1On I General Millwork : I

All Auto Needs Con: .. W. w ... and Ilk Ate Homestead : z. delM 1

SHOP WORK (opposite seaward Tracks) I yvt? uvLLINs
e WHEn AUfiMMINT
.CAR WASHING 1 1i i
VALVE GRINDING I wrmr lonifttavn equipment yon can quickly andYeaenytcMutorayoweUkadMlnUakcauUtul

..?OWING VlAmiT i .-- \ I,

.Atom n/MI.W IKNAICINa axxtera nxm that if a pleasure to work la. I

Till IAIANCIN4cruMon
1110< WnotNG GENERAL f| ELECTRIC Youngstown -Kitcl nw W cabinet( inlu Available bdjnVient
GLASS RIILACINCNTVann '
nwdeU, all vita gleaming! white,eeid-ft.l lt al

.ALL AUTO,Nana SALES AND SERVICE I ponclua enameled tops Among the many feature antwiaWnrta

,with
BIRDCKVKOLET Radio and Appliance Repairs I en.plenty ol storage rpan.

Other Youngstown anita include ipicioiia wall and loot

eaMneta, with generous shelves for orcnWd ntcaHla
CO. LICENSED and INSURED '.\. .. rocks ot cleaning equipment. Let M show Jell tbejt

...... M ......... Fla. CONTRACTOR attractive units sad pre you aa accurate estimate ol
tie COlt luUltng them in your loom
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LAND CLEARED

For II..... Planting or

Large Equipment.Subdivisions Expert Work ; LUMBER GO

PEHRINE DEVELOPMENT SCARIFYING CO.AND WRIGHT ELECTRICN. / ,

Phase :101 HARDWARE BUILDING MATftlAtr
rautcrc rtosroA:
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"A ifl f1111tiflfiIIIIUdMfllf( 111i11t ''II ODD FELLOWS Realty Company 1akesfnu .

Vke-presMe; i Lincoln Investment Company

1 1I INSTALL PEELER Walter C. Bents hat been Danvicoprorldent
20 Years Ago and broker for Un-: ap laH ti to the' Sale of nrdUnd DUtHct Bame

cola tavcebMlil Co* tar which .. Groves And Acreage
i. A. Peetef WH Installed Mll4arand had been resident rvpreaeataHhere I AKXOCKCC TIIX AnOINTMENT or
W Hometead t O 0. F for the pact II month I
DIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIUlIP.IIHIIUIIII( [ lIIIII:Lodge Monday night by DiatrlciDeputy .Mr. Dents hat added Nah A I WALTER C. BENTZof
Grand Master James D Murphy of Homestead and CKoehnea '
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-Dirt fill hat been spread In Richard Rose u
Hendry and hit Installing tRill of ModeUe to the !
the F. E C. park acroaa from the from Coconut Grove Lodge: NoU. pany't local sales lore Ul. Mu .I BaOXZa AND TICX-rUSDMEXT

Bank of Homestead end the John plot I cIt Cm was stalled pay who ha a freve hem ; ., Ue company and the addition to the Redland District
' will be planted to traaa .by vice-grand; C Ray Down, recordInf WaJdla west of KICMM rv I ,gala fore of twe local reeldenl:
American
O. SalUy Port of the
C U. Barrow, financial -
secretary; handling proper
Legion which It beautifying the IU'-- WTLUAM A. MTtrarefWaldin
secretary: Carl AndoraoM In Mr. Kotan
a tract . A flagpole with a concrete warden I ... Krome Ave.
'Ireaaurer; a tt reed ; will handle sale exclusively I* UModdlo : Drive
chi
bane win be erected In
w B. L Eric, conductor; Wm. Henn Estates Subdivision, wits I andCEOICB
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center ef the park. I
chaplain.H. B. Beattie, right aup- he built a beme lest Muruner. !
"The Woman' Auxiliary of to the noble grand FrIURutake EOUTNtMef
I porter ; Mr. Bats receatly: lOW a lOw
homestead Presbyterian Church ten aapporter' to the nubu acre tract on Redland ii. war: ModalloUttlntn
was erganlied J.. I at the home, grand; Fred Link right supporter Bauer dr. to J:. C. Byar and It:.
of Mn. t* a Rugglw with Mn.! a>the view-grand; Item Schmita,, Co Ba,., Jr, who are sow pn Solicited
i J. kt Holferty M president; Met.RuCllM. left l supporter to the vice-grand; paring ten acne lor planting. T).1
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vke-prCUdent tad; Mrt. R.I nd James Simmons outside senior Mr. Byart, who live < LINCOLN INVESTMENT CO.
Y. Burr, were tarn Mrt. uardian. Holland rd. at Biscayne 4r, II

O. Wtdlelgh. he urW..." III Before the Installation, a fish an early resident of thlt sortie I Omct IM-IM Ingrahaai Stag. Miami

.- .> "Mt. and Mr. O. a Sullivan try wee held. Mr. Bents hat erected a ten 1 r......, '-JiM" ,-.en
are parents ot a eon born Dee. AH members are urged tit attendi ponry dwtlllnf on hit :It-acn<
11 In Florence Hunt Hospital ..", special meeting to be hold at t tract CM Richard rd. between Ccoast -

"Mr. and Mn. Carl Hobton art i o'clock Saturday night to Initiate Palm and Plummet drive...
parent of a daufhter born Jam Fred Link. Jr., Roy C. Burley and Last gummier he scarified aevea
I..." Robert Vrana Into the lodge.NOT" acres on which he It planlii,I

"The Ensemble Class rfteIIW l tropical fruit tree I

Its annual Christmas recital-1Ueventynrtll me or TAB ArriifATioH MID No.bwd 114" dead the ,.. *.f .d 1ml MAGIC EYE
program line:. IUorgsnli rite N.. 4MI4Mf A. I.Nor.. hr r/W rY. 6atflnteor Ie 1J
Uorat the home of Mrs Itas k .... alass that CM. ash. ,1Ite, ... .... sea ooph"urt. .... .
...... orator .f KKPntMw .
.eoinit"l f M .. Mod Se Jwee Ie .n'wd.t
R. H. nttpatrtck "' I.!!odes DtolrM T.. (MUI..... nth .... MM Cftt"..... .glens 1 t....
w........ ds.rlw ..._, ..MusedD.d. I.
C....,. .......... to vii iU
II. Ilk II, HKlMk m...IOt AmB
o *.. t'taII.. rM t.. km la
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Church of the Nazarene the CMWIP Tto M .....it W MM ....- M>4MM
.. CwlUlrtM Inset is l> I...
311 W. Mowry st. miss ., UM .... Yodels..
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e' a,r. t.: T. Bowen, raaterMr. M nf M U Ik*taw.I4tk .tat., .*..JMMMT<- VIII. IMttmn AJI. c* f

W. L. Chamom. BapV "4lrkto4
this ink MT W D Mil..r. A. .
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Sabbath School....10:00 a.m. B. .. UATnrkHAH.Or .
% W ClnvH OMt.
I>*4. rlortta. Awl 0414s" o/M ;'
Morning Worship ll:00a.m. far N tt csri-aaa D. O.Omit .

.Hie Man Who Failed" (Dw. ,I.Cwn I*, t*Sal. IMT sad Jam K .. IM" Vlici FIT! ."

N. Y. P. S.................7:00p.m. antics or ArruTATioii rot 7AS
DUD VTe are hilr pined el Our X Rf
f. fJr!}) Meeting..............7:00p.m. dupt ,'.107.. A--A'HOI". rf ltd LIes 71'ree, Sol alone beoawe It
NOTICE I* HLBKHt GIVEN Ik.. a_y".i DIM u4 eubU u tft bt
,:JS-w Evangelistic taM 0_ 0.. 1.N rtt case TaKrl..ta .. rot Ke>T..L because its Mfle .
....... .... ., hew
) Service.............. .8:00: N. eon. IM ecaoUy
p.m. .I J.... A..D. l.a.r ha fed ter .. ssearrdcai LIyw
y "* ..'.... sod kM IM- ............ fIMTMK .
"Playing for Time" a teg dad Ie be initial kW >.. It anal lee yua !buy ahoet br yew
e "h Cwttftat. wages ( follairlM I tJI M ywrekUdrM that are esMllytigbl ,
1 FVBUC CORDIALLY 1 \TTED rlW4 rrapm .la the ea..., d DMtut ... not nil la etyle' and esloe...
of Horl* to-wN:
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I aa fl Unt ,I. Rlnril 4 M. *.- !>ut,B rttoporUck,um.TkeaMirtMT
rmi*. mt Hunt .. r>n 41, A mdp4hi *"*> ow bit ara'tworth
tk. CMMV ., lIMo", ..... .!, a dine U then de aot iU prorwty

I ftartto.TW .r.rse.t. of rid ........ _tot DM..."..,. k>oM you sea get
Ih MM _..*.. VM I* UM MUM ... an -.al.ltbJ'c'tIr.a your
MITCHELL HARDWARE CO. Inc. A. a. Krau IM et eaiu* yew
U.h.t" MrtMnlt Duel loa MinnMNT4IM .)II.T 9' dvildm a hktiae
I .. .... the .noels dsera...... t1 f-' 01 kot..a.na..
\t ntm wUl W MM M tk* kkrkM kMrlM
\.t < Owrt<< HMM dosr M Ow fh.. It coda socking ..si .
131 N. Krome Avc. Phone 383 N...* I* It KM sad *., et kniur. 111Pitot .. 1 Z-lay ,.'111' Vle .
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K. B. LEATKKIIMAN
i Clark oT ClmM Oust, DlO.".
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!i It, N. C. STERum D. C
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(!Ilea,,0..C.st 14, _IMT.II| J... t, Ld.. l.4,. Came te our store for


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FOLK SONGS AMERICA lOVES

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DISH with doieni of_- I AND>> THE Homestead: Fla.

yeti for cokai relh' macaroni

end chCClbblttl.oIClcls, CHECKERBOARDJAMDOBBB

1"c'tU meats, ere In two .iliti
"' 10', 50*. and Jft

forge I'. Jr only /mil

+ Call 767

With Hal Horton and the E

food4 rhvthmlc rouoder- ppert-
Or
. KNOB COVIIIO ) the Oklahoma Vrranr.lcr

I CASSIIOU hot keeps MIAMfSOLOVAT '. SOUTKS
hot for second lervlnBi.toh >
tm doubles a*pee bodar. v MONDAYthrowehrillDAIWKAT1:45PJ1

Easy to wash end crowns
1 looks Ckt new. low tiiet. o "

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) NSW SMALL SID In Amtri- I

s; ce'i favorite,the Flavor Saver i a

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I >4;: c7 Idles end gloat hendlet.

.. bore depth keeps j pekoe ln.Z "

tr 10'N'.$04. New 9'site. REDLAND DISTRICT SERVICE

(lust right' rte imoN
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REPRtSENTATIVE
"'ill"OIII'COMIIN I I SAM PORCO

Ioasr.tead __._. '_' PbtDt SsTtsates
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I )(t.*and ...... Goo De Free Mr.. M. W. Kent. recuperating Henry Griffin, sheet MaUI '.J-, ,
art expected lid week: tram Del it her home front a recent -. worker with Eastern Air line ,
la*. Ten, to apend the winter laNannja In Miami, left Monday for Atlanta
E: Mr Clifford Bibklrk and her where he will\ be employed for' t"
In and ArQUnc1Homesteacl Infant daughter, Beverly Ann, several week Mrs Griffin the .
Mr. and Mr T. B. Well, JN have been returned to their home;former Mia Helen Noman, r*. ,q
of Callahan Visited here duringthe In: South Allapatteh Garden from rosined at their home her f i
holidays with their uncle and James Archer Smith Hospital. I
: aunt. Mr. and Mr.. B. C. Murphy Mr. and Mrs:Allen Eaton of )
Mr. and Mrs R. S. Oriffl* and Haines City spent the New Year J' .

Otlhoun Beiuchamp, who hid Baby Freddie left Saturday for holiday here with Mn Eaton' I
been a holiday guest of his' uncle their home In Gainesville\ after mother Mrs A. S. UoyA :f; "
111 and aunt Mr. and Mr Joel J. pending the holidays here with -
A five-pound *oo wi born Japt Mr. and Ml*. Boyer C. Hanson Robinson, will leave today to visit Mn Orlfflr parent, Mr. and Mn Mr. and Mr*. Jo*. William. Jr., ts,\. "
to Mand )Ira.. Win. John I of Princeton spent pert of the friend In Miami before he return Fred H. Redd. hive returned to their home In '
Webster In U P rU. Ind. Mrs.C holiday In Miami with Mr and to his home In Wtlllamaon,
J. Pdrman of Homeiteid Mr Cha C. Wood Ind' In Coral Ga.
mother of Mr*. Webster, has been 'Gable, with ?dr. and Mrs. Chu M
la LiPortev three week and Mr. O. P .*" .i* I Ii! C Jackson of Modello U a
ii Parman plane to tout her then patient In James Archer Smith
1001. Mr. Wilbur Free and her nln.- Hospital
month-old ton. Bruce, will leave: -

"! Mr and Mra. John )f. Hatch |today for their home In Cherry Mr and Mrs. Keith Phillip of
I 'Point, N C. liter a visit herewith
of Clewlaton ire announcing MM Coral Gables were Sunday guests
birth of a daughter on Jan. T. Major Free' mother, Mrs.Lute ., of Mr. and Mn. Arthur Tracy of
Mia Hitch Ii the former Mlu! B. Free. Major Free accom- South Allapattah Garden. .
Betty Byrum. daughter of Mr panted them to Homestead before
and Mrs J. R. Byrum of Home I Christmas and returned: Cherry Charles Fuchi, ton of Mr and
itead Mrs. Byrum I* In Clrwl Point on Dec. 28 He al a paid ir Mn. Fred Fuch. Jr., I II recuperating -
ton at the Hatch home. over-night visit tier thla week from a recent lllne**.
while) on a flight to Puerto Rica

Miss Kathleen Wagner of Miami I'
Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Hennlnton ,- t'
Beech va a IIolldllII..t of Mr.
and Mrs. Boyer C Hanaon MiN and yon, Benny Charle hiv With almost methodical np1arirJ...bear
returned to their home In Princeton
Wagner, atudent at Florida Stall t I after pending the holidays Income TaxReports or read of startling new dUcoreriei la media s
her
made
University formerly
j home In Redland When her father, with relatives In Hatelhunt, MiltIfouae do.. The pact of progress to research bas _

Carl Wagner Wit principal olRedlind been greatly acclerte Hundred of trained "
r guests of Mr. and Mra
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High School. H. H. Graham cf Naranja anMr people are devoting their live to organised ',.

Mr*. Norman-Mekkelaon Of the .. Alex SchrltUr of Oklahoma CIIAS. H. IIARBYTat research when there wu bile nee a few years
and Mlu Beaai 'Lor City
Panama Canal Zone and *on, Mr Ann Maria Ingle of Mil. ago. At soon .1 the value of I new drag:'
Mickey, are visiting her with Accountant and Coun- established { 1 made available the medical .
waukee. Mra Schrltter U a litter- been t to pro
Mn. Meklcebon' parent, Mr
and Mn. John S. WbJtn.,. iln-law! and Miss Loyda, a cousin acllor authorised by the feulon. A chronic coodkloo from which yon but been
---- of Mrs. Griham'a.B. Federal Government
suffering may yield to a sew treatment today. It U wise t

r Jones left Wednesday for than ever before/ to see your physician regularly once or
his home In Laurel Mil, after Supervlilon of Account and
I twice a We tale pride la maintaining complete
i visit here with Mr. and MnB Monthly Statement of year.
This Dollar F, King and Mr. and M.... Operation stocks of the newer medicinal agents, ready to em you

1 Chcilejr Saunder Mr. Jones ii on the order of your phyiiciin. .
1is in uncle of Mr. King and Mr*
Still, Si under.. 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE


Mr, and Mr*. Sam O'Bannon Glades Prescription Shop
MIGHTYtiger hive I moved from Naranja to their N. W. lit Street lust off

new home on Bauer dr. Krome Avenue

HOWARD JOHNSON Ph. a
House (ueati .o( Mr. and !>I..*. PHONE It
12 North Krome Ave. Phone 64
Ie'| M. nll'1'01an Mr. Birrow'l '
'liter, Mr, W. H. Cook of CLOSED KVNDAYI BUT IN EMERGENCY F1IONK 017 1

!\Thomaiton Ci, Mr, S. A. Perk. __
Ins of Cairo, Ga. and Mr*. O H I Ij
OonaUiMn of Stuart, Fla. Th .oiI
party was entertained with a flih- .'
Ing trip and a flab fry Wednesday
evening at the Barrow home.

Bernard F. Manning of Am**- Why Worry .1
bury, Man, arrived Saturday for
a visit with Mi ton, the Rev. Paul
t. Manning of Sacred Heart 4

i 000, Church. ABOUT YOURFerti'lizer 'f

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Miss Jean Sarr, who la spendIng -
the.winter In Fort Lauderdale -
GREYHOUND FARES I II a home guest of Mr*. H.
Remain Amazingly Low J. Derbyshire of Florida City. Problems?

KIT WIlt ._ .$ MlIACKSONVILLC Mr. and Mn. S. M Hlckion ol .

.._,. Ml Lot Angeles and Baby John Randolph -
left Wednesday after visit'
IT. PETERSBURG __. Ml here with Mr Ilickion'l mother a ,,I .. ]

TAMPA .. ._....._... Ul :.f.... J. R. Illckaon of NaranjaMr. "

NEW tOn: _... ._' -.. tltl, IJickaon returned to his horn
by plane, but Mn. Hlckion and
.. ... Try Reliable
CLEVELAND r ." M7HIN8TON.S4IXM t I John went to Ailuvllle, N. C., toS
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11.! i visit relative

CHICAGO .. till I -
"Redland Brand Fertilizers"MANUFACTURED
CHATTANOOGA .. __..- ISU I Mr. and Mr Walter C. Bend! 1
hive returned to their home on
MEMPHIS ., .__., IU I Rk'hard rd. after pending the .

IIENDEKSOKVIUR ...__ It.13 i holiday in Fort Alyen with Mrs.

ATLANTA -" _' __ __"_ HAS I Bents' family, Mr. and Mra.WUlaon ,
Crall and MH! Cornelia '
Crall Other holiday guests at the IN HOMESTEAD :)
I'M IF. t "..'B'd .rra.a ,a"an .
Cralle home were Mr. and Mra.Gllllam .r.
0d r.y r Anderson Sanford, N. DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO GROWER I ,
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CXETHOIMD IUS STATION C., and Mr. and M... George Hurtof .
Blackitone V*, and IM, f ,
| J Hotel ........ Homestead, Fla. George, Jr. Mr*. Anderson, a lU- }.
** All Popular Mixes on Hand :
Phone MGREYHOUND ter of Mn. Dents, Tinted here .
Jut "110ft. Mr. and Mr*. Richard "
475 488 575 493 388 -, 10-0-10() ) 'I.
I Sharp of Oshkosh, Neb. and Mr ,
and 14.... Warren Beach of Miami '" Any Amount Organic Desired .. .

were Sunday guests at the Bents Mixes Request (one ton lots
I home.IJRNERIS Special on only) .

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THE LEADER-ENTERBRISE
Friday.. January 9, 1918 I
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= Walter Martin Of letfereoll. *
t Mr. and Mn. Harry Pomeroy. :!
I rIDe Church wa entertained -
MUdare owned a borne I It visiting hit brother and lrtr- Baptist
who formerly grove
I In-law, Mr. and Mr HaroldMartin. it a holiday party fey Mr*
(later Mine Anna and Jim! on Talbott rd., are pending part PerrineI W. J. Fowler and Mr F. W.
( Mom Mr*. William U the former ,- of the winter season la Albuquerque Nlcholton at the Fovlrr horn
-, Miss Mary Moon N. M.Mn. I
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town
< Arthur Davis' of Hater
Md.. visited Mr. and Mrs J. H
W. Kaon continues RIat
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has returned, .
v Walter Kufeldt ....
and Ad
llalxllp and family .
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N. W. Third at
after spending her home on
Panama City of
to Mrs W. O. TaTtott Eachry. during the holiday
f the holiday hen with hU pari returned by plan an Jin.PetTlne.j'
Mr. IIId Mr Henry Kuteldt. Mrs O. W. Revell hn returned CallBenson
w- ante she Wichita Kan, where Mr. and Met John B. Moor,
: where spent several
from Tampa called by the death of her mother, i
who II of Valdoata. GM were holiday I
Revell
i: ? Edwin Seaman of Dayton days with Mr. back In Mn. L B RleketU. House guest visitors of Mr. Moose's parent,
6 ;' Beach, former Homestead resident, hospitalized While there the for aIN a visited- of Mr. and Mr Talbott are Wn Mr. and Mn. M. L. Moor : Electric
, visited with friend her on Dee jury. away 'ralbott'i brother and alater-ln-
.* to. Mr. Seaman and Mi mother, with relatives In Plant City. I law, Mr. and N.... F. L. Rltkettf

, M.... E. H. Seaman, old the Seaman ....-.............................. Lubetle, Kan. I
M. Y., Trisects Florida
home In WanUgh
ARCHER SMITH
, JAMES
after the death of the older Mr HOSPITAL NEWS The W.. S. C.: S. met Monde;,; Brooks Inc.
Seaman In June, end hive bought) evening with Mra Walter Beet. ForService
a ham in Dayton Beach .................................... 1

The tint baby of the new yearat At the Perrlne Woman' Clul i" or t
Mr. and Mr Edward Comfortof James Archer Smith Hospital Christmas party, held on Jan. 1 I.

Miami spent the tint two days was a ion born to Mr. and Mn seven new member, Mr. XverelBuibee : Repairs
of the new year with Mr. and Louis Zoomer of Miami.Mr Mrs. a A. AUrldge, WnWalter Oldest CompletelyEquipped
)1.... Frits laekaon -'of Plummer .' and -Mn. Win. Klaaim of Slather, .Irs. A. J.
dr., and Mr. Jackaon, Mr. Corn- of gar, Mrs Meadow, Mr GroveCaretakers $
Homestead am partnti a eon Meta-I .a Electrk,. Faaipe, teyes
fort and E. Goldberg. enjoyed bora Jan. I. Walkup and Mn. SchulU,
I flihlnf trip on the Key A ton WM born lo Mr. and Mn received Into the club. and Aay Other EleotrkaAppUaao
Robert Cawub of Homestead on James Brown preeenteil a program
Sunday guests of Mr. and MraWin. J.n. 1. with Mr. Bruce Barfleld. Mrs r. *.
f. Dickinson wer* Mr. Mr. and Mn. Clifford Babklrk U Templar, Mr*. James Brow ',
DlcUnaon'i brother-in-law and of South AUapattah Gardens are and Mra H. B. Flaher In a radl I

aster Mr. and Mrs Jack Gentleof parents of a daughter, bona Dee number, songs by the Perrlne Cle #
BOX tifbM
o.
r.
Miami and Baby Johnny.Mr. SO. Club and carol bye group of I Phone 442
week children. Gift wen dlitrlbute 7RHOMESTEAD
Medical patients thli were
and Mrs limit Ouellet have Mn Wilbur Caves, Mn James from a big Christmas tree, .nd I FLA.
returned from Fort Kent, Me., and HudRlcb.rd Wlmblah, Bobby coffee and cookie were served bMr ,I tA
,
the and. Walter all *. P. M. Flnley Mn. Y. E
an clearing ten acre at cor. Delllnger Harvey
ner (If Tennessee rd. and WaldlniTr of Homestead, Mr*. Mfir,.BWJipeVof Wanton, Mn. A H. Harris Mn, i I
to build'a Cement block homeMr. Princeton. W. H. O Wn* of H. U. Brown and Mr R. N'I
and Mn. Ouelett., who, Gould, and Oscar Boatwrlght of Chafer. The club will meet Jar .
IS with Mn. A. T. Bee. MnJai. .. 'NEWPOST
VTaU were
bought a 40-aer tract from Everglade Surgery patients
'if' Thafird, Mrs A. C Cailli.
Susan Ledford,
Steven
Ur C. Benti, plan to spend theta Shlrle/ ,
wlntera her*. Fred-Woodward, Mtvvln Pilchard 1:1.I's B. Carmlchaet and' MU WARMIXTURES
and Elgect Cauaey. all of Homestead a* hMUe

( Mr. and Mrt Ben Archer pent: Melvin Kllgon of Florida
'I New Yeses Eve and New Year'l I City, and Charles Paul and Margaret Baacon Thigard of Atlanta I II
Day In Key Writ Jlllaon of IIlamor.do.t visiting his brother-in-law and lEE: TotsGROVR
liter, Mr and Mr*. Ray Morris.. I ,
00 BETTER
i s
, Dr. Burgea Less of Ellifay: G*. NOM

y t CRAWSHAW ENGINEERING CO. bal trig the beeh holidays vlaltlcg his parent dur- I I FERTILIZERS High n-Mixtures OrranitI .New


, l CIVIL ENGDiEEUNO SURVEYING Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr.. I Ready IlDrn"laDeilY'for
B. E. Vlhlen were "Mr and MnMarshall I l Make -"i '
Steder of Chicago Mi "
O. A. CRAWSIIAW 61 Weal flatter Street and Mn a O Bate, and Mil. WfveryAcreDolts
Associates MIAMI It, FLA. Beverly Connelly and Denny Con i

.. A.: O..EAPF PHONE 1.611 ;, nelly of Miami. Denning

' : Best-
M.... D. B. Our of Palmetto, ,
former resident of Horneate( =
=
and her house guest, Mr Jeail Seed Co.

Goldsmith of Brockton N. Y, via-I
DR. F. P. ARCHER Jr. A RNOUR IMORYSi.
I tied friends her on Dec 30. FERTIUiER
; Cor. Seems and FUi lert7

, Mr. and Mr*. .. L, Cannlngto Tboae
j Optometrist I and children.. Betty and FreddU.

have returned from Lennox Ca..
f
NEW OFFICE: HOURS when they spent Christmas wit
I'
Mr. Cannlngton' brother and all.
4 3 Dan a WtekTutldayThllrsdaySdurda I ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mn Ira Can.

"+ I niniton. They also visited I IJacktonvllle In
) with Mr. Canning. aitTF.1.v.rnONI

.: W. MOWKT ST. PHONE (41 I ton' mother Mrs John Canning. stun .
ton, and hit brother-in-law end
liter, Mr. and )Ira. Edw. Burner
New Year guests of Mr and MrCannlngton t
I were Mr. and MrWlllard I
Sulllff of Sweet Vallej', *. 17&
'Pa., and children Laura .nd TWO SHOWS DAILY 7 ands P. M.
South Miami TheatreI I'Laltue, and Mr. and M.... Ray. SATURDAY and SUNDAY continuous t till H.Admlaalont I
Matinee-Adalta '
mimd Meyera of Nanacook Pa" NUht-AdulU tOc Children lte|
till S P. M ,
Inca Matinee men
Children lie Tax )
iOtl
I and children, Dale and Joel, l

Weeks South el Traffl. Light en S. Dixie Illfhwarraone While here the guests wen entertained ., Last Times Today FOREVER AMHER: t
with a trip to Key WeaL : ,
Florida
"-atll South Miami. I
SATVRIIAV. J.". H
Mr and Mn. Chit. H. Peteno" KELLY In I N .
FRIDAY, Jan. t-Uat Times Tonight at 7 and I p. m. of Wlnaton-Salem, N. C., .nd: I naRY CAUIOXJN RHONDA'FLEMINQ, PAUL

"FUN ON A WEEK-END" ,daughters Linda and Palsy, .nd II "ADVENTURE ISLAND" ,
Mn. Thad Shore of Rldgeland,,I (Captive of a jungle crated whit god, her choice was death ,
SATURDAY I... It-C'onUnuoUi I U> It p. m. S. C., and ion, Thad Jr., visits I or disgrace) I +
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM here last week with M.... Shire' I and SUNSET CARSON and MARIE HARMONT. In

I EDDIE DEAN and ROSCOE!: ATES In parent, 'Mr. and Mr*. Wm. C. THE EL PASO KID"

Y TUMDLEWEED TRAIL" Clark. (Action Uirllla, ipllli. Everything In one picture)

i Allot Mr. and Mrs Beverly Slower SUNDAY and MONDAY Jan. It and U ,{

THREE ON A TICKET" of Detroit ire her far a vacation, GENE KELLY and MARIE McDONALD In +

(A Michael Shane Detective Thriller) "LIVING IN A JUG WAY
..
Mr. and Mra, A.D. Ilardln *r
rim Serial who' angle*-
I' (When gal who' got curve meet a guy got
to
A rived Friday from Atlanta
If loving laughing In a big way)
*
SUNDAY and MONDAY Jan. 11 and It spend the winter here with then I
81.,". MOM ahorti "Gllntper .f NewSeallaad.
SUNDAY cent. Ito 11 p. m. Monday shows at 7 and I p. on-ln-Iaw and daughter, Mr. amMn. Added, "The Fishing
Travellalht sad PaUt New
.- TOMMY and JIMMY DORSEY and their BANDS Inn J. Q. Wynn. i I
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Joe It and 14
"TilE FABULOUS DORSEYS" New Year guests; of Mr. amMrt
Cooper Wllllatna were Dr, TERESA WRIGHT and ROBERT: MITCHUM In

n"EIID"Yan4 WEDNESDAY, Jan. It and UShew and 14.... E. J. Graham of P.hollll.lId t PURSUED
,f at 7 Dad S p. H.MEDY children, Diana Susan amJo I (A love u bold, a* beautiful. IB wild a* th* bill that bid their
*, and Mia Bertha Armitroni I itory)
LAMAR and LOUIS HAYWARD In of Clarkadal, .... Added "Great ratty Bank aM",",", caries

THE STRANGE WOMAN" .
.. Mr. and M*. E.B. Beglln c I THURSDAY, FRIDAY J*.. II and 1('

THURSDAY.. FRIDAY, Jan. II and IfShew Midland Pa, who ire apendlni I DENNIS MORGAN, JACK CARSON. JANIS PACE
a/7andsp.as. till winter |\D Modello, had *i'I MARTHA VICKERS In A

r JOAN CAULfIELD and WILLIAM HOLDEN InDEAR their holiday guests their dughter . THE TIME, THE PLACE, THE GIRL" 0.
Mir Miry LM Begun, whi I
;
RUT II" In Baltimore, Md. am I *
teaches (Overtime laughing and loving In Warner* overwhelmingallout o
With BILLY DeWOLFE. their son. Bob Begllii.' ford dealer heart hippy how) I

of Midland. Added: "Menae'Menac*", earUoa and rrame mt New
LOWEST ADMISSION TRICES-MITINES and EVENINGSUadfr : I

It yn, M f..11I' It yn.. ISe AdalU .Ie On eel Sara always heaa Coming Sunday and Menday Jan. lg and III"Lr* and ....ra..

ALWAYS THE BEST AVAILABLE SHORT SUBJECTS Mai was at The Cemlry KlkhraD with Martha Vickers an* Jack CanonJ

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1:1: among Social Events in South Dade 1. . . I.





. H BESSIE COOLEY AND EARL D. CAMBER TO DKACONEM EPISCOPAL BEDELL WOMEN EFEAKI ,I ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF ENGAGEMENT I

WEDDED DECEMBER 80 IN FOLKSTON GA. Mcenea* Marriott Bedell told OF MISS ERIS GAY TO GEORGE WEIGHT

of her work among the Scmlnolc
Itln. .... Carter and larlDvrwbk mine her last April to male and at tile flaking colony Marcoat Mr. and Mr Alt Uftdweod here with Mr. Md Mr Lanier
.. Camber Lanier. are aMowctfif Rite all and ku bee employed tl lit ow nIs
Camber both ct HMO their h and operate Modem Beauty fchof Friday at the ham of Mrs tiement .f tM HIM, Miss 1'ltanaecy.
lad, net* united In mania oa .a South home .va. Ralph W. KinpaB. Miss Bertha trig: Jerome Gay, to George II:. -llr. Wright WM graduated In
Den at U Folkfton, Oa Tot the Mr Oantfcer U a son of Karl Kill Hauamu conducted the deTOtlor Wright ton of Roost Ceo. t>.: ills from Itettteitd High School!

MTftnonf, the bride won a royal Camber or Miami Md Mrs Ploy ,*, and Mr* Ku tIIk tt Wright of Quail dr. Thedate and WM tonnectad rot a lumber
blue cult with Mack tcceaaorle: Camber of Hom tead. He atttnded directed a program on Ti Chria- ha not bees tot toe the, of yean with a eoMtructtoa firm
A daughter; of O. F. Christmas of Homestead and Miami flan World* weddlnf. I II In PuertV Mimi and Costa Die*,
Collins Ark, Mr Camber and schools and served five year Plan were mad tar a food I The Ulde>alct. daughter of, tIe la encased now In the grove
her small ion, Wesley Cooley with the U. S. Coast Guard. *.!* V> be held Saturday In Bird : the late Mt and Mr*. a tX Car' and fruit bualneaa.KATHLKEN .
Chevrolet building on W. Xrome 'of Milton, CaM attended MDlen
aver Plan were made also for a High School For the part four!' r WAGNER .
III TWO. NEWLY-MARRIED COUPLES JOIN parish supper on Jan. II. ''month the ha mad her home, VISITS IN rwncKTov

IN HOLDING OPEN HOUSE'IN REDLAND Mr.and Mr Boyer C. Hanson
TO WED STEVE BIONDo 1 r of Princeton held open house reccatly ..
CLAGGETT
LEILA houseguest
I In honor of their
hundred
Mar than a triercalled Mr Armstrong, who were mar.
TO BE HELD IN EARLY Mill Kathleen Wagner of
Sunday afternoon durl, rted recently In Miami. Guests IN RITES FALL I Miami Beach, former Radland
open home held by Mr. and Join. -....registered- la bride bookibyMr I
Th engagement of Mix Leila Philip Blonde of Homestead, attended resident .
Herbert Armstrong and Mr. .nd *
fra. Clarence H. Orr at the Arm. *. James Charlton. Clijgett to Steve Blonde of Homestead High School I Caller during the evening were
strong home on Plummer dr. ,t Cut flower were VIed for decoration Homestead II being announced by and was graduated from Miami,, Mr. and ),Ira. Wm. I:. Campbell.Mr. .
Country Club rd. of the room and of the Mr. and )Ira. I:. K. Claggett of i Technical High School H. served '' and Mr 3. A. Roth.rllun.'Ir ,
} with Urn V. S. ,. Mr. and Mr Francis Proth-
Mr. and Mr Orr, lI.w1J.wed. sun porch where the refreshment liver Palm dr., parent of the for tour year *
Marine Corps and aw combat ero, Mia Tommye Downs,, Dick
of poiton and Savnnnah, .re tables were placed. Mr. Alice bride-to-be, The wedding 1* being
1 spending! the \.lnter with Mr. .nd Baker and Mr. Ruby Salt'Poured planned for early fall. duty In the Pacific theatre. I I Campbell John.McLauchUn Donald Webster -*.'
tee and t'Off"'M Mrs. Percy Con Miss Claf tt will be graduated 'I Williams und Grafe.
served fruit punch. Fancy small en June I from Redland High noiici or ArnmmoN DKRDClMfef FOR TAI Kc-rin APPLICATION FOR TAX
FRtrntEE-KETfirr' WEDDING sandwiches, assorted cakes, nut School where she I* secretary of M01...."'". IMI I DIED
Iltl4: ON NEW YEAR'S DAT and mint were aerved the senior claw. During her junior IS,lie HEUTBY A IIMNOTICI CITE* tintI.tk Chapter/ '! !'--ArU IITMMOTICII at lets J

Mr*. Kate Kenlff oi Lake Worth Mr. Armstrong and Mr Orr year, she aerved ai a cheer MiwM; .k.Ww W Cmttr Tu CotffeM *- IlUIlt\ OtVKM that
Wood too. ttk day W I. A. Ont*. IwkkT W alp Lima
)Ie. TW.
eader.Mr. *
.nd. Kenneth Frutre of Boynt wore formal gown with orchid lure A. D, IMI. kM IIM ...... In mHM. Miami Sol TM Ctrtlflnw' INS die.
.se In marriage NiYear1 coraage Blonde, son of Mr. and Mrs.PAREAMIDON . Hd M male rvHntlM for a 1 taaW. the fib far of A were united on hu U be lamed the.... Sam. OotUftoaM 10.. IM. MM ta Mr -'<>..* ..41 ... ,
Day In Lake Worth. duknuv O. the followtp *... M4 ppltrallM, for a ins el o4 to loa
Join. rnitret aunt of Mr. UK Orwell K bode, taw4. UW ... laid CoctlTInu mnkran* f
,
an ANNOUNCED
.I BETROTHAL ; I is J"1..la t.. Hl tlw foDowtnt dpTtbo4 f'fllt in l th* i I
Gee Watson of Homectead ,. Lot 'I. Bkvk 1, Mast Load and County if Dade, sate W riortU, balls
turned to Boynton for her mirlage WEDDING TO TAKE PLACE IN OCTOBER Pn. C.m Bub Put Hook I P.t. IIIn Eta of Slit of MWU of EH BM.
Bottlo. IT. Tovmkln IT ftmh.lUnn R YowMhly M South Rain. 41 KM
after visiting for save. 4t Cut. MRtalnliit a A_ BMiOtaliK Urnm mar, trm hi
month: her at the Watson hon .. Betrothal Mill Marilyn Claim uated from Miami Technical High nor tIP IIM .. 1M Count of INtIe tile CIII of North Ml ml .KwckCo.tit
School. During the war, he served fetal .T rkjfM\ W IMfe BUM W riorUt.Tko .
Mr. Frutre U a Boynton nurier Amidon of Vihlen dr. to Robert The ....mint W MM. KNVMtt awes, kiMwiMnt ., MM pearl under
man. Par pf MUml U being announcedby two year with the navy. the Sam _fkt* M. hi Uw Mm *t\ IIM.MM Mettta wrtirioM O'NrltV.lw wu III HM UM of I

i Mr. and Mn. Robert Amldon, I.VnUw M. HolrMr.MI4 Mrtlrimt rt.ll be roJwmoAMcordltw III Mid Mttlflnikl shun bo .-Wiii.4
......
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PENNSYLVANIA'IIITOIlS M law, 1M| or.O.rtp rIbo4IMNI. su..dlnr I. low U. p.es cis
will entertain
parent of the bride-to-be. The Mn. Whitney Beam a will U mid to UN kfeHiM .tMferI the win will k* MM to Uw IlKvt. kkMf
IIOVQRED AT FISH FRY Foster Junior tint Howe door .. UM (IrotMmdmr
the Stephen the Court How door M Uo lit the Court
r.-ddlng will, take place In nMtk of S.bewn. It41. I* Uw nNU ef IM nurT, 'UA
,
Mr. and Mr*. Everett Doubei October Millie Club at 7:30 Wednesday which Monday. a In\lot the Rod b K ,.......... 11.11.I rhlrk. l> M end liar of rdmunf.. II4 .
and Mr and Mr*, L. L. Cannln,. evening, Jan. 14. Dated the 17th do' of nor.n..... 1041. Lead the flit day of 1Ifrom... 147.
who had made LtATHKRMXN.Clorh
Amldon .
; Mia IL B. LEATHKRMAN.Citric B. U.
ton entertained Dec. M with her horn In Miami tine 1933 .f ClmM Court.OtIs af chuff eo.rL.tree. .
I rinW
fish fry and wiener roast In hol1"; has lived In the Redland District I Sly N. a rrERiBTT.Ctmntip. Florida p. a nr N. (J. arwiftinT On.tr o. aClnult
or of Mr, and Mn. Wm. Sutllfl. line last May when her family I Dro'Lconard'W.'llaskta; : :; : j ICIrnIt C.u.4 errs ( Court g..lDM. >
and tin. Jaa a. U. IUI) ( M. ".'. *... e. 1e t4l
of Sweet Valley, Pa. moved to Vihlen dr. She 1* agraduate : ......ltd II.. Bn K......._ : 4Do. 84, 18.'. Ill ,
i I children, Laura Marl and LaRi, of Miami High School t j

and Mr and Mr* RaymoiMeyera and |(" employed by Florida Power f GLAS.TE8ISI i
of Nanaoook Pa. .nd I
and Light Co. In Miami. Miami. Fla. MAGIC. WASHER
children Dale and Jack : X. 11. hi SU THOR AUTO
*
., Mr. Par, ton fcl Mr. and Mr : C...Mol> Air "-'Itte'" .
those
Present, betide me
Alfred Pare of Miami attended PHONE 1 t-B eDUFFY'S
toned, wen Betty and Fredd I Ou High School and was grad t..........,..........!..........!
Cannlngton and Joanlta .nd I

George Douberly.\ The Penney '1
Vents Visitors plan to stop .t;
numerous point of Interest on, .
t their way home. UPHOLSTERINGAND


Jt AT StJFTErt MEETING '

OF BAPTIST WORKERS TRIM SHOP'We

Thirty-two teacher and office

or Fh-t Baptist Church attend): SprrUHu In ALL-PLASTIC SEAT COVERSOld ,
""
: lfc' January supper meeting h4 Furniture Reflnhsbed, Recovered and Remodeled
11the ticlal hull Tuortay ever I Ekcluu>lve. Made-to-Order Clients and Footstools 1 .
mi nnil decided to launch a mmbfuhip WASHES a r<. 4
I campaign. with a goal
t rtv'io' than 400 attendance b RINSES, L r ,aThr.N
.
Mar 1. '
: Mrs. J. L. Kulp. Sunday ache.1: DAMP-DRIES
superintendent, presided at U e '
business meeting.MR. CLOTHES i
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; GIVE. AND",H'I&DINNER CAVE You Can Save Money'Rent AUTOMAGKAUY .

Mr. and Mr. W. B. Cava .iI.
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tertained at a New Yara ding!f WASHES! ; .

1 party Mr. and Mr.,Walter Mlll a Locker
of Miami and Mr. and Mr W DISHES,

& B. Cave. Jr.. and their KI Md let w stock It .WESTERN: MEATS and FRUITS PHI SILVER
Jackie. The dinner party all( ,
r from u M yen need them at- ,
Or
VEGETABLES. key
r marked the birthday ot Mrs. Mill EVEN POTS CONYERTS FROM UOTHES
t her, aunt of Mr Cave RETAIL
Mr. and Mr*. Miller were guest .t the Cave home till Saturia, ,
Stew Beef........Ib. 35c
.: night\ Wliclc Side of AUTOMAGICAllT WITH A SIMPLE CHANGE Of INNER TUBS'The

I Western Beef.Jb.55c Chuck Roasts....Ib. 55c

t HARRY MARKOWIT2 1 Hind Quarter.....lb.70c Rib Roasts Thor Automjgjt Washer it TWO waskm In Nil)

and Steaks..1b- You can buy it M a Clothes Washtr.. u a Dishwasher
Dixie Milan I Front Quari r..th. 43c .
370 & Ilwy.
Sausage ....... .._-Ib. 60c ... or al .n Automatic Comblnuioo. It performs evtrf '
Formerly of Markewit A Roenlcla II Try our Flamingo Pleats pr,- washday chore at the Aid ore twitch .,Is washes dishes
f Bark In BlllhlCll tn Mixed pared la I mhtute' Sliced Bacon ......Ib. 80c happier washJiyt :i
for
On U. .. Illihway No. 1 even pod and pant .ucomagi. Read Pork Chops .......Jb.70c
Near Laltn\ include
Prices cutting, -for happier ntry days q.* '

i VISIT ova enow ROOMS Wrapping and freezing Sliced Ham.........Ib. 70c '

Carloads of Merchandise lit On:r FROG LEGS NO COSTLY ,INSTALLATION/ . NO BOIT/NU DOWN

Warehouse and Yard

PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR TURKEY NOW

Harry Markovritz, Inc. Smith-Graves furniture Co.N.

U(*.ae4 nambtnr Coatrtcter I .

n. .. Wale Ilwy.-Mland' IM South Data Quick Freeze Plant

roses .t a1m i Krome Are. Phone 213J :



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Friday-January 9. 1948 SHE LEADER-ENTERPKISR 'Pa g Nlr* I


H.H. S. ALUMNI NAME CLAUDE CAMPBELL TOMMY ROYAL FtTM CITM wits ..... al,111111IRTAMSFVNMU Ta ......S Oatly liiaa*-MID**

I TO MARK ink BIRTHDAT P CLUB ktMeta at n Consort aile.. ....,
PRESIDENT AT ANNUAL DINNER-DANCE 1;. Ne. .. ....*... Fare ,.....
I Tommy Royal, ton of Mr. and Mr*. Jew Greer WM hoetea ,

Claude Campbell WM elected during the Christmas holiday A 'Mrs The a Royal Will mark Monday evening to the Redtaadfrlendahlp :

president of the Alumni Association -I rising vote" of thank WM given hla twelfth birthday anniversary Club at her home nNaranja

.f Homestead High School tt to those who bad made poedble Saturday afternoon with a wiener rd. Fruit cake and coffee

the Mauri dinner dUll hold Det.SO this jrear' event rout and a theatre party for were aenred.

In parkway: Restaurant. John I The registration of the alumni ineml>era of hit Cub Scout dam. Guests were Mr C. T. Hennlngton -I SJlJihm t

McLMn VM Dud ,1ca-pnaJclmt l Is Incomplete, It was announced, The wiener .ill be routed at Mr*. A. W. Lindgren lira.

and Mr*. lc C. Oodd, Mcrettry. and member of all graduating thai Royal home at Homestead Leon HtllUrd, Mrs Harmon Keen,

Retiring officer were N... FredH. clatMi are liked to get In touch Field. Mr Vernon Hooker Mr* Denea-

Redd, president Dr. Robert P. with Mr*. Dodd the new MereUry. Cul a expected to be present are ton Rim, Mr* Dick Coibtra,I Homestead Music all

Crow, vlce-pretldent, and Mist Jimmy Shaw, ) Lee Smith Jrq Mrs. Gladys Stapleton and Mr*.

Helen More aeeretal'). After the dinner, dancing wa Allen Jackson Jimmy Campbell,I CampbellLike Ce.America's #

Earl Gordon president of the.enjoyed.. Billy Loaner and Dicky Shutts.l Appliance .

senior class which was host group I frail .r bra rabbi nwf.flna '

served H nxiter of ceremonies COLLEGE STUDENTS FETED AT BANQUET wholewheat rolls Rot breads I Ibe

".tU! extended: a welcome to foe I l _-...,*. each night, at The

more thin one hundred guest BY YOUNG PEOPLE OF BAPTIST CHURCHof Country Itltehen, V. s. Ne. 1, ChSkijt Tcble'MQdetf ..

pre* nL Mrf.: Redd made the re- onpoatu Fire Tower.slat. I

.. The young people of First the young people' department, for '48
Baptist Church entertained mad an Inspirational talk rte oameo.a.M at said 1PPat tv
After
Principal E. B. Blackburn give Friday ender 00 Dam Coott,..... hood w in
th opening priyer, and the Rev evenjng at a banquet In honor of dinner W. It Rowe directed the the some of Dod. Dreolopne. Ise.ba4s. .1
.. .... \ I'
group In chorus tinging. \ %
Frank L. Livery pastor Of Home.tteid college students home for the Wa7BorfT I 6th o M. In tktCmt \
Presbyterian Church, gave, af DaS Blat Florid. M w..I
Christmas holiday*. Garden flo- NOTICE: or APPLICATION foe TAI Mod III CorttflMM N:Hit VW seems !
M inspirational talk on higher era decorated the banquet table, DIED ewe a* aM Bfoprrly and** th* aid "13rillanfJ1eoJij
education. Fred Hobart told of thschool's : and coven were laid for IS. I HOTICII M C98LUT,orvex THAT. wwMkwe MJ WM. I* UM Maw ..
"
tint student council oi J. It Prawdy, superintendent Couth lanalmnit Caracrathw, Insider aiajalrra "io. tT:.KM.T. ulf.r. to file ... I
which he was a member and ol city of Mlaay T.. Cvtlfl.MU I Routine M. A Subdivision. Plat Wk la.
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M h e H IIRM, dated the Ilk day of DA elate
Pan U III the Count
pointed out that even or snoreschools 411,411 0 a> Juno A. D. UI. KM Did MM Ortlflmi. .. neelde. as _Moved I. C.rt/ek.w|'
have adopted the by-Uwi! la *>, ." .... mt kM nail No "". no .. saw ertowv
originated by the initial Homestead POTTED nvlkiatim for let dead la lease thmoii .jdr. the MM (,_If""'.'' .homed ..__ ..
la aawraaa_ wild law, Raw OartKlrawmkraen 'ho aaaia of Holm 1'1_. 1
council Miss Either Livingston the following. MMrlta property, Lot II, Block. III, rulfonl k* the ....
spoke on the school ring Blooming Roses I situated In DM C imt*, PtorUa. toIH, A lukdlrlolaa Pert Honk H.
Led I. Kit I. Now Hava, la t.M City tol.lfl. sew Ooaatr of bad. stew ofPkirida
whlh: was /Mimed by a school II of ..I.....I. Comity o< lIMo, stale .( u M knd la Ccrtlflcalr No.
art class taught by Mrs, W. A.; All klndi of frfclt tree and I t'Wtda. tfnn. Tn aammiart of MMprrovrir j "
Th a>_..... of mid arnawty leader undo the Mid Certificate hunt wu tah "RadiOSI
Murphy; of HomeiUad. ornamental ihrobt. tile Certificate based WM la ,... same rfUnhiMwa. l MBM of Dam 1M.......*. I of.
It was decided that a get-to. llnl... now Cnlfbat." shelf Lot *. Block 111. PulftN br tho Ira.totktf
CALEIN'A'Sunny b* rxtnnn are ar lla. to Uw, U> dad O, A BuMlrioloa Plat Ho* 10
geth r will b* held annually mew lau thawed: .. the nod day trf Pat II, la Ik* Coiiitr ai IHd. Stow .t.1
Grove "..UI"" A. D. I"', Florida, aj mkrarrd la Cvrtifloat* Notill. \\
+ ,l I VOW this Uta u" et .-..., A- Tha awrHnwiil of Mid import I I \
D. INT. under too MM C.elfttses loved WM I*
Can't eat tried food Alwayi a NURSERY R. ILItATHIIRIIIAJr.. the mains af O. *, Oolnira ,
roast or savory stew er easirroli"' I ML West ef Florida City I I Clark of CII Court. Lot a. Block III. r-uirori kr the .... The most ridloyoo'vemr
IIocIe County. no.ida. / A Bnhdlrtolm. plat Book I*.
dish, at The Country Kitchen U, rilONE J83-W by N. 0. ITEliRItTf, D.C. Pan n.O.. the County af l>Ml*, state afrinrMa seen it this low price ;
8. No. 1, opposite Fin T'wer. I (Gn.it Cent soot i, M .*ikni..d la Cxrtlflrat* N*.
......... n ....... "" I I r I '"- I IDeo. I" I" III" L.. 1. e. I" J"I .,11. Tho Mi iinii t of Mid Broan
nadar the MM ('ertll..... Lewd ... laMm
NOTICE or APPLICATION POI TAX the of B. H, lIut_.
IIKKU It Dark 114 rulfon. or the ,e.
t Charter tM7>-Art* at 1141 LotO, blat Dust to, ran IT. to the
(fie FIN A limo ftff Dod*. bow HorMa, M wew
XOTICR IB HKRKBY: GIVEN hat =.. Certificate :1714 T.o MUM.
w. Dimities Hall holder .. Cf.." row Most of Mid ar**n* slider tk. MMr
rtlllrllM N*. 1171. 1171, MM, teat H.., MM. *.... Mae pica KTI. ITM. Dmlopm. la*.
ITU 1711 NOW ITM, .lanial the In .... u..... all ourtltkoo ....1 ice redra..d
rf JaM, A D. ..... hM old MIM Inoffloa inHor to law, the aroomr _hooI
fly aM h.. BMW aaattMtlM for tb..4o orlll .. law t* the Whet kMaor i
a met dead t* a* bMi .-. ,akCOTttflMtM at the Con Hoooa door oa the Steal
1 aaArat the tollc..... M*. II... the Merrill of rainwater, 1411.ll .
t trW anwnit. la Ik* Oaaatr ot Da4a wb1.1 t.M lad tiny .. rNkruarit, I....
Ins' of n*.ida, to will Duties this JTtk 4Ur .f t*-*..1'''.
Lot s. Sleek 11 rilHkH kr the Ba, *. B. LRATMtKMAir:
.... K. Flit bask 10, Per W, I* doe Clark of CIt Coon, IoI.I..d... sessile.
Dodo {' .... ...., .. .
Cou.li of Did*, Blal of FlorMt M **> 'sr$0c II
op krW la OrUfkat No. ttft. Th ama: : : f : ;o'r.'t.':' (1995.1
MM af sold soda the maid (CI1t Ova ;. /. sad .
Ccrtirirat. bond aiaitj WM U the same olD4 .0.. tea ''''. ,.... .. I. II. IMI :::blip: ...... -
DloBr. hie.Ut =
II. black t_, PvHaH kr the .*>, NOTICE OP PIITATION FOR Tat A

Fire bobs Pan. It,K.la A the luMl.lolo.counts at Plat Dodo,Dlook Drink 10 011 n....... Mar DEKD*--AM 01 llll ::mklMme !

Florida estate"" M C.n/th.w Na, rsPsiFRERY"*
tall. lM cMso en"t of laid property NOTtrit GIVEN that W.
.. Douglas. Hall IwMw W CItr at North Miami :
wader tk* MM (XrUflM** homed WM
OH aaaia *f O. C. Ha.tI.... Ifeaek T.. CMtlfk-au N.. 415, loud I
f Lot If. Mock UT. Fulfonl bf the B>a, UM (Ik day ft Aiuwt.. A. D. tell ...
well. A KM mm In nw offlM aiM how made
K. ktvlolaa. Plat Book Id
.P........u for t lu deed to W .....
fun tt, U the Oouaty of Itada BUM atFlorid.
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.. M embroiled la Crrtlfleat N*. eM CanlNoat mhrxw tk* lotMicribMl
t1I .... TlM MaaxaiMK me now Morrr> Mar/kg property !I. the County ofl ,
,man th* Mid OtrtlflMit herd WM tah pat elate l *l Florlria. fe-wlt :
I' > ..... cf RMilaiala F. Drak U4. II. Blk. 11 Rr M. PuUnM .r
Lot II libel IM rulford ky th> .w.hi. the Bw la the City n( North' Float I
L. riot Hook la, r*.. M, In Uw PIerM.no nach.DM Comply of Did*. Suit v(
County of Dad. Plate or Morlq w
_...< In f OntlflMM No. IMS Tti the sold aMotuwnl.....'....,.at Mel said(a pronrilf the Nestle vole.fMr iMiki'i tattmeil arf UtfltdllMlMl "
a6a.ren.rt Mid ender
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propnr *. 11:. ... CnrninllUiibo . !
Mid Cntlrkat kwiWM m the Maw .........
Dad Drrrlopwi.... laid rMtlNrat sun k. 4afrrorrilna
of
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UN 10. 4. mork IT,. fnUofd kr the ; ta law. tk aroptrlr 4irHti4thrla awlwwithh m.Id- '
f' ft *, _..... .., A UubdlrUIoa put Bo.k will b* mid to the kfekMl Iflddrr r.:4."Itt..1 ..1trim.
? 10, ran M. la the County of Dad. BlaUof .t lie Court: Noun 4ur oa the first etriklea ... .
Planck. M Mbr.ed la OrtMnu Monitor la the Moms of FrMir, 1l, ... ...k.t.y
Ho. 1641. Th aMmBi of Mid whlrk b the Inl d>r of Cp..rT, 11*. .....It.a sew .... t r.'rmMa' .
order the Mid onirimu .bud avuavrl'.,. Dated Able 11th dome .( Omnbw, I7B /oJ;. 18.85
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together In /48 the some rf R. O. H...*.. B. .LICATHrHMAM. JlG'
Let's.all pull Clerk ( Cll uH Court
Lot M4-IO, Sloth ITf, lathed "k* ;
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"" *MI Hilt Drok 10. Pan M
for BetterPARTY .In the Comty of Dad. But or Morlda, (Circuit Omen Vr *N.*)C. lTiII: ETT. D. 0 .
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._ u_mbrar....., of la sold 0rUflnt pr..Ynf* No under t 4l. Th the (D... !6. 1011. J... I, I, II "U) I
MM c..tlriclolo bed war. III' the same ir
SERVICE af Dad Doan mesa _
LINE
Lot I, Shah. In. rulford *. the mark
ask L.. Plat, sank I*. Poll M, ta the ( .
Ca.N .t Fkrld..
batted t"N N.. tilt.The :.: j
I Mnt of MM ropnr gnaw. the Mid ART'SPAINTJHOP i '
Certificate bound .... la Ik* MUM of
Allow little time between S Dad 1JneInH., Inr.LU I

cairn to permit others to have 'ttaq I to .. and libel, OIL IM. Fell. Eder.. lowly-W04 felts .
kid fcr L, Plat Book la.Pu
r their turn of the line r0 M, t.tc..::. al Dada Btat of I 86.4 ..... .h1..1 016 due
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Gjy "orido. reb.&W Leer and-04 r ,
aaiDioood la CarUfhat Mo.
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seO tO REMEMBER Duco DuluxAuto Corporation I } I

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Il L1 L line has on emergency, pleat OltE Refinishing Homestead Music and ; "

EMLaGEN release the line! qukkly.

WRECKS REBUILT Appliance Co. ; :


S II U N. Kroine Ave. fhene 111 1

Ml N. KROUE AVE
calla This l #or
Complete quickly. j .
better Mrvlce for to -
assures you I -..,
and your party lira neighbor K4P C"J. ruaimA Do I J

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10tJP I* sere phone U placed rid

securely G" hook after each
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Glade and Grove PLUMBINGContracting
U the hook Jot up an entire line

O 111 Supply Co.Cbeekerbe and Repairing

.J Want Puttee r] Store
SOUTHERN. Mil TIltPHON. AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY PHONE 163 DAY or NIGHT

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rage Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 9. 1948
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300 ATTEND NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE T..'11 bile dew M juicy* ,
I leader Hester beefsteaks, grilled
: GIVEN BY ARRANT-SMIrlll'OST, V. F. W. ta year taste, at The CeantryKitchen.

I I V- S. No. I, opposite Fire
Social Euenis Almost 300 attended the New] Anderson was In charge of the To..er.
,Year's Eve dance given by Ar-. cold drink bar Willird Barneswas
rant-Smith Post, V. P W, In the chairman if UM decoration
i Redland District Chamber ot Com-' committee, and Lee Donahue directed LEGAL NOTICES
merle building. I the tale of tickets. -
DAN BEARD SPEAKS ON 'GLADES PARK I I Illumination was furnished by NOTICE or APrtarr'ATI0 you

FOR MEMBERS OF S. DADE GARDE CLUB ,lighted Jspaneee lanterns hung OYSTER SITTER GIVEN Pile Moss
!among the palm trees and pint BY MR. AND MRS. TOWER'Mr. NOTICE N HKFrST GIVEN THATnor
nan Beard, superintendent of served by the hostesses, Mrs.'boughs used for decorations end Mrs. Douglass: Tower E.eslada L. HoMlMta.OnlMm WMW Dhtrfet M Tax MlMt OwMH.MM .t.
i Young Mrs James McCready Multi-colored balloons, suspended entertained recently at an oyster nmlim4 1111 and feM lot
Everglades: National Park spokeon ....
lM A. D Ml. films
I Mrs. Lee Freed and Mrs. Erajst above the tables, were loosed In a supper. Dr. and Mrs Robert p. aid, C.elitkaua I. or ." .... and b"
the park tot members of South 'B. Franris. 'barrage at midnight A big bell Crow. Mrs. John Tower and Wm. ..ado appnatl.s ter In deed .. Inestb

Dade Garden Club\ at the- f'rtt| Nlni of the 13 members present I'was used tj: ring In the new year, Morris assisted! In serving. I"--tlleatw r..aa embrace a.wwdaw the wHk MIcwDn few. tU tm.
meeting of the year held Tues- I were new.Hostesses. I and horns and noisemakers addedto Present besides those mertllonni er/bd ep.rtr. attuatall I. II.... 0ecIIIt1.
tin in Sacred Heart clubhouse. ,1 appointed for the next the din. Puper hats confetti were Mr, and Mrs. T. A. state of.44"1. slab .1.It opal wit iIM Oiblw. fertlol
Mrs Ben Young outgoing president Mrs and serpentines gave a festive air. Moore Mr and Mrs. Adrian C, .ash. Pl.t B i* S. fm n. k ito4
presented by Mra. Joel meeting are Mrt. Robinson Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude In Dmtl Cc-nr.tr, Ftatt nf rinHill. a. n,. .
was Calkins Mrs. Ceo. Pitts and Mrs.W. .I' Music was furnished by the btrrd In CMifka. tit. 1114. The u.
J. Robinson with a gift on behalf C. Morton. James Christie orchestra, Edw.I Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Allen M.uat of Mid propane seder the MM
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of the club. Mr Herman Heln- Weal Mr. and Mri. John Balft, !.wtltk...... Y." t.J-ta.wad say I. tb. -
leln, now president, took' the chair I Mr. and Mrs Frltt Gordon and Wi U" '. sleek f. COM) a. ., ....
w. HONORED WITH SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. "Archer C. B .k S, P.r.
and appointed Mrs O. Catkins MRS. CAVES Smith of .: c.i.1 is. fcratot ta ."
M program chilrnun. Plans weremade I BY MRS. HILLIARD AND MRS. GREEN Miami Mrs W. H Woods' and ........ I. C.rtttkvle state e.f N*rwta. ...... Tile M a.-a..
for a club exhibit at the John Tower. ew.w.wt at told ._ ender the saw
Festival C"11,111, ..60 11--A area I. the ao_ ..
Midland District Fruit I Mrs Leon HUllard and Mrs. Caves, Mrs. Tom Simmons, M.... 5Mka N. L.wle.Val" .
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and Mrs. Howard Thompson was SANDRA ESTELL FOUR. "Id named chairman of the cut flowers 'Julian Green were hostesses Mon. Clarence Simmons, Mrs. Ellen GIVEN BIRlflDAr PART -li'' to ..... tax deed aril to_.
I day afternoon at a surprise shower Tucker, Mrs. Clara Banister, Mr.Laura tb.r..a the 1411111 der .. Jaaaary. *.*
dlvlilon. Sandra
Estell's fourth
Club members decided to meet:i given for Mrs. Richard. Caves at Hooper and Mrs. G. M. anniversary Monday afternoonwas birthday 1041L rend hit tM ** ** D.. lW'' A. D.
twice month, on the first Monday the Caves home. Cooper. celebrated at party given 1041.
a by E II LEATHrRMAM.
Gifts were sent by Mrs Trannle
afternoon and the third Monday I After the presentation of the her mother, Mrs Geo. EstelL After clerk Circuit' Cast
The former meeting date ,gifts, gsmes and Harris, Mrs. Arthur Snellgrove, D>4< Cevntr. FlorMtIt.
evening. cakes iceda a play period, the children or ;. '
Mrs. Jack Zimmerman, Mrs ITERRTt. 0 C.
In i I N.
Individual
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was the first Tuesday of the joyed. were served birthday cake and C'1t Cagy
month pink and blue were served with':Brady Cole, Mrs. Glenn Gray, ice cream. to,.. IS. 11. IH1 sad Jn.i. ,. !,41') _
Mrs. Wilbur Caves Mrs. Randolph '
Mn. Ora Beckwith was awarded coffee. 'I' The little guests were Connie
the door prize, a potted gardenia Guests were Mrs. Hattie: Harris, Caves. Mrs. M. A. Swann andMrs. and Alice Kirby, Rene Chlpley,
given br Mrs Heinlein. i Mrs. C. H. Shaw, Mrs. Ellen Den- Leila Hooks. Karen and Linda Kirkwood, Anna
Cookies, cakes and hot tea were dy, Mrs. J. C Caves, Mrs. W. B Margaret Mill. Melanee Buchanan

Mrs. Howard Johnson Mrs S. T. Mary Catharine Williams'I Another Phone
I' FATHER HALL TELLS OF WORK WITH BOYS Keen, Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs. Gus Charla Fortenberry, Sandra and
Orr Mrs. B. C. Kerley and Mrs Johnny Peeler and Michael Hornt. I
AT HOLIDAY PARTY OF ALTAR SOCIETY Hubbard. Adults present were Mrs. Edward I i ,

Pecan pie and coffee were Kirby, Mrs. L C. Klrkwood, Mrs.W. .i to
The Rev. James L. Hall newly Mrs J. M. Lynch Mrs Julian served 'b, Mrs. McConntll. B. Mills, Mrs E A. Buchanan,I
appointed associate priest Sacred AngeUnl, Mrs. S. J. Lynch Mrs.T. Mrs. Kerley will be the next.Mrs. David C Williams and .Mrs.
Heart Church, spoke of his workat Revere, Mrs. Louis Dalgle, Mrs hostess .. C E. Fortenberry j jTEEN.AGE'DANCE J BetterServe
the Don Bosca School for Delinquent Lawrence Smith, Mrs. Chas Pope, --- --
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Boys in Verjennet, VI.,Miss Cecilia Oliva and the Rev.
at a delayed Christmas part held Paul L. Manning. GIVEN IN LIONS DEN III I

Dec Society.30 for members of the Altar MRS McCONNELL- HOSTESS BY STUDENT COUNCIL OF REDLAND HIGH

Mrs. Harry L. Hemming. Mrs. TO WJH.S. CIRCLE TWO A semi-formal dance for teenagers Garden flowers and multicolored !
Richard H. Donovan and Mrs. Mrs Wm. T. McConnell wat I was given Saturday evenIng crepe paper streamers were YouDue
Chat. M. Harris served ai hostesses. hostess Tuesday afternoon to I In the Lions Den under the used for decorations. Fruit punchwas
The refreshment table was Crlcle Two of the W. M. a of sponsorship of the Redlsnd High served. I to ,the
decorated In the holiday motif.Present First Baptist Church. School student council In chargeof Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs increasing
besides those mentioned Visitors were Mrs. R. N. Cald-, arrangements were Gerald'ne Dan Lewis and Mrs A. M. I number of calls and
v/ere Mn, Ceo. N Me- well, society president, and MrsC. ,, Lewis, Betty Torbert, Jackie Everett : Everett.
In order
Hugh Mra Angelo'Treynor\ Mrs H. Garrett Mrs. J. L. Hawkins I and Diane Lounsbury to, better
f Leonard Brlemeyer Mn. Pat Tu e- was welcomed u a new member BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN i serve our customers,
cl, Mrs. Clarke Roberta, Mrs. Fer. ,Other members present were Mrs,, NEW CHAIRMEN NAMED FOR MART LEE .WALTON
} ris Mmnerly, Mrs Don Ferreyra,, W. E. McLane, Mrs. H. Collier,I BT METHODIST WOMEN Mrs. John Walton entertained we have, through the

i : Plant to hold a food tale Jan Friday afternoon In honor of the good graces of the
24 to benefit the church kitchen sixth birthday anniversary of her, telephone
New Bus Schedule were made .b, members of the daughter Mary Lee. Birthday, company,
Woman's Society of Christian cake, Ice cream and punch were another phone.If .
Service Tuesday afternoon at a served, and noisemakers were
HOMESTEAD to MIAMI business meeting. Mrs. J.A. Peeler given as favors. II you are unable to

and Mrs A. R. Meybem were Young guests were Karen Blah-' reach us on 198,
appointed to Investigate the feasibility oP. Coy Lou Grennell Betty L'On.1 I
LEAVE of the society's operating a Connie and Alice Kirby, : please call
food booth at the Redland District Gauzens Anne Moreman Loretta
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A.M. 7:22 P.M.
Florida City...,.. 6:10: :
Fruit Festival Feb. 22-29. KUsem, Honey and Bill Pacettl
Homestead........ 6:15: A.M. 6:10: P.M. The budget for the new year Allen Neal Jr., Wayne Barnes;1

Homestead........ 7:00 A.M. 8:10: P.M. ,;was accepted and members decided Roger Barnes, Stephen Beam and

Homestead.....?. 7:30 A.M. 9:10: P.M. I to hold the final business Bill Kisssm. i
meeting of each quarter In the
i Homestead.....,, .8:10 A.M. 10:10: P.M. evening. Society officers were MRS. CASON ENTERTAINS I e

Homestead........ 9:10: A.M. 11:10: P.M. urged to attend an educational ADA JACKSON CIRCLE |

Homestead....,.,.,* 9:40 A.M. 2:1Q: A.M. I seminar to be held Jan. IS in Mrs Wm. T. McConnell directed
First Methodist Church at Fort study of the mission book, "That
Homestead......10:10 A.M. Lauderdale.New .
the World May Know", at the
Homestead......,11:10 A.M. chairmen appointed were: meeting of Ada Jackson Circle of

Homestead......12:10 P.M. I Miss Antoinette Moye, fellowship; First Baptist Church Monday TWO STORES
Mrs. Sam J. Davis, status Of women
evening at the home of Mrs W.
Homestead. 1:10 P.M. ]
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Mrs Williams
; Dan membership -
C. Cason on N. E Fifth sve. During Princeton Phones lit 17J
Homestead........ 2:10 P.M. / ; Mrs. L. C. Dodd, publicity the, social hour Mrs Cason
Homestead........ 3:10 P.M. ; and Mrs. Lula a Free, served coffee and pecan pie top- Homestead Phone SH

Homestead.......: 4:10 P.M. I ducted flowers.devotionals Mrs. Ceo.and Estell Mrs. Mey con- ped Present with,whipped In addition cream to Mrs all

Homestead.....,... 6:10 P.M. bem directed a program on Thy McConnell and Mrs. Cason were
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Homestead........ 5:50 P.M I Way May B* Known . Mrs. Wayne Adams, Mrs Dan O .
'I I Myer, M.... Herman Bysrs, Mn
Tickets Sold U All Points el United States and Canada Something old yet ??-.... Jay Newton, Mrs. Lewis Calla* Try Us When You Need
LOCAL TICKET OFFICE-PHONE M ., Bight suppers Stt The Country han Mrs. Peter Mills Mrs. Douglas
I. : .. U. S. No. L opposite fire Sweating Mrs ,Harvey Newton A Haircut( or'
REMAND HOTEL Dinners, toe! and a visitor, Mrs E- J. Pope I Shave


HOMESTEAD II Haircut _..___'1."
"OATIWAr TO EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK*
w..n..J RecommendTUXEDO Shave _._....____ We

Shampoo (Medicated) _" l.M

HOW YOU SlASSS'S- W FEEDS Facial Pack ... ___'_ tit

READINGIff THE nioiir SILENT PARTNER Haaaaie (plain) __'_ SONDbbuUm <
BENEFIT BY
Facial '._ TfcTeak

tie veftft dog ...i.e....- INTERNATIONAL rERTiUUtS _.:.. ____ ._ _" '__ SSeUostache

iaOKSllISaHCtlttTOL! Yeti anal fin' .e.rs N we ef Quality, Predicts Rawest Prices Trim ___.. ___,,__ Ito
*.. =W1ea.sdaarld-ends. ... I., O eau. reify t..u1.1r.en Mild vw etabe ass = ......... (Pbla) ISe
c..: MMr., ndwr imMMndk t .. ....,.. .M. BUSINESS PHONE 752 WE DELIVER
__us a lit wckMt* IMMMI m ngnnnoMna, __
1'-\ bw-WW4 ....... nan, s>.... PURE OIL GAS KEROSENE TIOLENE OIL
........ .. -am amThe ---- BUSH'S
-- 4hvktM Stew dwM MM H.sf WE ARE IN THE: RtDLANDS TO SERVE TOM
C: = Omst et.rw y :a..t.w Is. Mew., U.A A
1 ,.a. ear aaato.d b ,Mesaa.wwtt seas Pena eel TIll aal4Meni1 BarherShop
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NOTKB. OF APPLICATION FOB ...Uo. A. A nut. PM Book IT. POMtl left side of tail Call IW.n or
j TAX DKICDru In UM Onuuv of Dade. state ofPlorMi I I Ii I write P. a Box J55, Homestead.nJS .
IIM M Mibrnool Hi OMtlfk No ,
NOTICE is Btsnr GIVEN THAT IlL TM> mo>ir Mt f MM liinnlfniopf I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING )

111., L. ......._ bolder *> shims of 1 MM MM OrrlrflciM heard WM ll ,
OorcMM mm DMrlrt TH Oirllfl- 'ItM MIM of DMt Developers IM.i 1.41-+-<2otd link bracelet Ml with
no. g6t6, lose.and .i i lam I s 4 tut. Sara. ''. Pntforl to
ram 4m nymomno, dated : IXV; of Jon*.! tin BM hrtlon I. A Bk. PUt Hook I. i lie a line. If pal IB "\'PIre. lie a line.I j jI I emertUs. Reward. Ph 172
i, Put IT hi tt. CmMf of Do**. But ofrwwww. _____. (J9tt) r
A. D. this. km Mol MM CertNMMa = as % No. ------ 1 t
OTwmoM m .niiiiii oi
Mr offk. aid kM moot; .opllMtlonfor Tin .wsaw.wl of MM pt, lei, i equipment for 40000 broiler; i iI
Ul dew to boo Ifcoraon U MOT..MM UM MM OorUflMW 'head was fa I Business Opportunities 1AUSCELLAN.mUS
with low. add Oortlflootoi **.- : of N.t.. L..wnaa. i, I II I pleasant horn and landscaping i

big" use tolawlas A.arld -1--aI/a10Sleek ssskilledNNwM. 'I CHOOSR YOU M-HOOL BKTOKS' $47500 I -
,. Dna Cmwtr, Note of FUrrrott N. A Mb. Plot .... I. PM IT I I Mill l KMUBTII I II I S'mpllclty yirterm 'now on hale
.... .ad alt' Oonntr of Dodo. BUM of rtoriih. I All B>_____ Paid .n4 ITI a Montii U S No. i Highway frontage: BURTON'S DEPT 8Tt' Info
,I, Mlnml Correlates: tend CoIn .. It..... Ii OMIflMM N*. .... TktnMomnnt i I Wkllo LoornliwlNnrr Store home fruit Hand I I :
Sortfe 11. Towmkl I 4 Death, KongoI of nM rwrtf *.dye the ; 1Iof.. kw the Ream Arm ,
1 II Knot. In the Cirnt of D M. BUM MM .. kM/ Ii Uw MMof offered '100, ywHi ntrn of Amorlm too I 113 ft frontage .. $ IF YOU HAVE: oiVhlrig to Sell
I of rinrMn. .< .mbr..nd: In 0n4NmtMoMHliT I TkunM WHMnoM.Ub at ... i ridee 10 allael ww oil'IMo Ewe thee CBS filling station or It you need anything; visit
._. M A M. literal n PilfoH krIW .,,," l**.h.l ornoi MM miltotlMtB
of
,. .w 13,000'1
"' lot MM CortNVnU ton .poem was In go .... ladies C, AcwmM, A 8 k. "t ....., nuw for II..., ,..., a..M (corner property ._ I the Swap Shop. We buy mat
Mot that n.. Pnr Aa the Coaotr of wlik both. ....... ....all. w knew ass
Desirable buafnens
end urn of wallow B IUp r>. ,- Bton of rkoMi. .. ......... hifVtifnn. !Iwll.t. for kSror nor Mkl be mini 1 1 of corner rend In good condition, stoves
Lot It Bill I. DOWMT."", No. I. N<\ .M. Tie in i.mill ofMO attention Uw orionl W .Now ....1 Tbjn.m .I 4T3 ft frontage _. .: $1)00W9 i
Phi Book 14. Pm W ,. Bo-Hon II ] "':"r. on lie MM CorlkViWkiwd BUI wlort. fran was .rnrIfMrtrMi ft toned for tourist lie boxes, eta. The Swap ShopS
Tewftoll' M S ulk Minna M !Taut InUw : UM MUM of VinoiipMliW. M kxkr, keK Modal I Ukoto Flagler Av, Hometead Phone
... : court . ... .. $10.000.
Ceantp D of FV44. M i. |leas work, AMomuMW Mntmnko, Inn -
I, kr.'W ,.of 1"M.1f.. Idol ThMM Ut .. Blnck II, Pollard t>r the BM.Sorthm I Uhirt Hknrlnr whatever year rnolo mnrrmborV. 'i/, 487 (024-tt)
_..., of sold pares, leader the C. A........ A Sub Pint Book 'hr, the R..relllws, Ofrker be tere a Furnished .QR home In Flora '
OH"lr I *uo4 WM In dw acme II, Pare t. In the CwMitr of Do*.. Btol ,wrests Fora tealnlM a Lt firm ashm. i iI. 1 I HAUUNO-any kind Homestead
Ida (
.f JoI, I.' U I I.. .d 01 .id.. .. ..ab.uwd I. l'.riI4etr ,- ,a"u-l... .,It A n... ...... I Clty-t4i50.
rune
LaIt.n Dlnrk, I, Rah'.4. FIS.ot No 12. The o._wi .... of sold |........rtv IIIK.n n Ron. .. Mmt artrr I. Furnished I-BR home In Homeitead I Transfer Co. Th 91)4. (e 1513)
M ...*. tf County of IHd-. Bint. of under the uld (".""Ir..* t..... m In his war Resume n'norif of now ........*. -$3,(SO.
Plaid.. as .mkr rd he C.'r.M it., SIT MM of DM IV. Co. ,no... .H.-.."* nrnool roiuotoi PiM '!LET US SUPPLY your londicap
Completely furnished S-BR CBS
T. Sack SI Paused or the BM..BMttm
I. training shortly after time I'
4eT TW a .oatr..f d New IStwwrp 0. AmmM A Ask TUt flank :=:alllto I I home (2 corner lots) In Home- tag ncedi, Large stock of trope
,.. .now the n>M OrtWVrtoIk : Mad tn. I. N Ps.. to In ewe Conn, nf D.OO, But Krlr cnolr win afford IW haw ...-. leal and ornamental plants at
Jar Mm c4 Oon. Onlwrttx ,H ttnrldn. M **kmOT4 In OrUflmt .. on rout item* SIN Army sod VB Air I stead tot $10 500. I
14 A H RIM. M ;" ". .* r"_ No are Th. mini of old ipeclal prim. Htlnleln Nursery
.111.1 property rm Rm niiw Solving ... ,. '-. 11 For these and many other R .
Mln ('* Mil Boot I. r_ to. In ... under too MM Glut! ewe Ward WM InUM tint Mm nl Mt-SU rM or,... BliMInf. I Coconut Film Dr. and! Comfort
Ion tl N Twn.tito If Smith. B.in* name of DM ---. I.... MUinil Fin, land District bargains,
n lint. OennW of !> .>. Raw r..-. Lot It Blnrk II. rifnrd br the Bnd I II See RICHARD FUCHS (I:, U I I Rd. Phone 443-J-t Io4tt)
I"%. s.mbrord. In Caellfkate" H. ._. R The a.- meat of 00'4 0_ ender 'ho II, rare I, In the County of P.... state I CARDS OF THANKS Cotton. Realtor)-Ph. 448 ;
MM nm''i..t. Signed .... In the panty ..f ".. ..... M mkrnnH In Ortlfltnl ,
eI W.... 1 _..... Ho III Tie iMoMnmt of MM omo.rtr INCOME TAXHEADQUARTERS
I tel A of IM t. ago, t. Mt.nl UMPo rider the Mill ('......,..." weed .MIn We wish to thank our Mends SOMETHING NEW- Beautifully :

A : C.. ..... Plot IW*. I. P... lBortlon the _m* nf Dorothy c. Bhow I for the many klndnea," shown wrapped box of candy and floral
Tewndho aa.tk, t6 LoU II II, clerk It. PlUord or the combination
It. IT Homestead Floral
o W.
C
..... n rtton D, A Bub.. Plot rV.k. ITon ,us In our recent bereavement MORTOM-Oof-ratlng
1' at EMI Nahewd Couple I.of Cartlf..t.e IV-. R4o N.of 4'U F1s$4tf '"'" M. In the ConntrY Itailo Sate ofriorkln i Mr, and Mrs Stafford Bryant. and Gin Shop, 122 N. W. 4th St. ECONOMY TAX SERVICE
,
_...... of few arawrp under the ,.".*...oMM ombmrod...., of In MM CrrtirinU nroprrttr N.III .>... at Ind Ave. Ph. S3. Jilt) 201 N.E. First Avenu.Homeat..d. .

f. few:1'fIt.eIo't.!Is a" ': dor the m<4 Cortlflrnw IOWA WM |n th* Cemetery & Mausoleum i Florida
i
"f we will Dome of l>*4. v... Pnt I SAVE SOO-Chryiler-Hale Jrr/)
.
Nara. au the .. .. I.....*, A nVnlM tar. *. Rkirk M Fulforl br Ih1 .... Phones 244-R and 378
a Alvin F ...,..,........ Battles l l>. A.... Pbt Book I, Paw MIn | Woodlawn Park Cemetery gatlon -purnp (Buckner Held), INDIVIDUAL PARTNER-
MU CoTtlfknM shall o* nd mel th. County ', IHiHo, BUM nf PtorM. coven 300 a circle, completewith
S280 S W. 8th Rt.. Miami I SHIP CORPORATION
101411. w wnhne.d In rortlfloito/ No. 1411. ",.. alum: ,
0.ted this the loth. day d Dwwaber. soname..at aI saw ptmmtp ..... the I Phone 4-7554 num. suction pipe, FARMERS REPORTS A
A. D. I"'. eV CrttIn.oto' bared wow I" "the some''A wide selection of cemetery lots ,mounted on trailer, ready to go. SPECIALTY.
II G P. r.EATSoFRMAN. of Ch M Homestead Machine
MHI& Clre-b tt+a.f. Lot ;: i.l..I1.... br the BMirtlon ;I jet modem prices available from' & Electric
Md.. c.f"Ioooo1t .-". "......... t R. A Sob PM Bra>.k .. New MIn large untold cemetery: serene: :I[Shop. Phone 164 (J9) BOOKS KEPT FOR SMALLMERCHANTS
.1Jllm. D e. the Connrr: o< 14.. Saw rf PlorMn.M . 'I l''
0 o JJ... *mbr>oM hi Ortirtf.t" No. '''. >* Community: mausoleum ot 2,724 For
eases rat .f Now or portly Dodge the crypts and niches. Sale-1041 Chevrolet 4-door '
t NOTICE OP APPIlrATION FOR TAX few CtriI'Ioa bawd VMS I. the nome sedan, special' de luxe Radio. WE ARE EXPERTS In the an of
,
.
DKIDCKkMrr of V. P" I
00070-Arbo ol 1141nu Let 11. Bork M Pullnrt or the .... FOR RENT Private owner, $99S Ph. J37-W reproduction Let Ui copy and
A 11011 ........ B. A Sol Pl>t Bn>. S. Peso. Mm after 6:30 p. inn or tee Lamar restore old
a NOTICI If HTkEBY CIVKV THAT the c-..,. .f "'.... St-l of *....<.. IFOR Dickinson Jr. your photoirs'phs.Flagler
t; Hulk Moral koUor .. County Tn t)>flirtatM M __ In Tf lflMU No ", .. 714sasee.nr. RENT-IS Bern slid land ; 180 N W fifth Fotothap. (p31tf)
No 171. ItT. Mt. 114 611. 4I.. .it of MM fitinortir VfinVf the on Krome B\rt, between Sliver St JIll)
I 10. .... III It*. Ul. Mt. .... IM MM OrtlflMt .weed wo. 1. the Mm SEE OUR
sad III. word the 41k 4ir tt I.... A. of tfa, loll..., H*..h rend ""- !Prim and Coconut Palm drlvet. I oil painting of the
D ..... kM filed mina In nr .ffli. .. and V.I_ MM CmUlrntM .hnl| k* r*. ,Them Homestead it XT (d261f) I Real Estate florId,.Ke,.. Fligler Fotothop. I
... nillrltloil fur a Ul dead U M ._... ..........,.. t. .... the nr.any
bound .- Now Ortlk. .u. Mikn __....d. thrrl> wit W MiM to saw HlVflmt : HOUSE!! for $8800 one-half cash GROVE WORK done
FOR RENT-ROOMS hot both at Sensible
.M following 4 rrlbW pnnwrtf In tMCoolitr rat hl4Areat the Carol Naar .ni14 I SO ft frontage on gorl it
rf DMo. state at Florid to wits "' ....... hi 1h* month of F.6resew wth! tub and Bhower Sam J FRAME prices Mowing, dragging and
Pill Book I. ratio II Sheet I, BuMIWo . A. D. It41 .....-.> i. the tM day Davit Farmlife rd. Ph. 582JSdlBtf BUILDING and 4 lots. fertilizing Avocados for piloting
,
of rnut II. _.loi ... Tnwmklp of Frhnor II. 1'l I $7.$00-terms.
,M Botrik IUM4 41 Cut MtitahiliK. I* Dated thl.. .1e land day of n-o...... ( ) HOUSE AND 23 ACRES now. Booth 8-7-3-1. Lulu and tWeldln.
.Aem mae w .Iwo In the Cmnat, of !>to".. A. D. 1WT part $t.oO each, $1.711 plinted.
BUM of P'Irrido M OTikraMd In Cortlfl It 11. HATHmMAMClrrk planted to grove. Right price
30 .I'th |land for rentPhona
.rata No. 171. i 111* oMoimml of MM Hmll Ort arm and terms. New groves planted or will remove
Sroprrtr seder the ..U Cortlflnta bawd Po'". County. 111.04. !J Nivlllo Broi. Florria' old trees and replant. Wind
,. .wee IsM Nome of frank B. Knot.EH By N C. BTFRRETTClrm City .Phone 233-J. (024-11) 10 ACRES with 4-bedroom house
at T...... M. Plot Bonk I. Pin ( *, Cool BollDM. 4-car and tenant house and hurricane damage repairedand
.IT Sk H I. Bundlvhlol.. of tfrtlon II. ( ... 1147 Jon I. S. II 1I4M garage trees righted Grove dill'In..
T-h.P". Bo*. Him 41 KmM nUlnlw > FOR RENT-New hRtf-baf cement Nine acres in grove. Price $49-
I Ami nor or kM ll tM counter mixer. Crlggi, Roberta rd' 000 $18000 cash balance to lult Sorenson and Kramer, Phone 403-
of Did. saw of riorlHm. M ombracnlll H-2 280-W. ( )
1 or oWE
S. L Kendrick between Bluer and Plummer
.
Certificate No.' 1(7 Tkl noMwnml dsaid purchaser at t% __
proportr rider the MM Ortlflrawi !drivei. (pd26) FRAME HOUSE!! good condition SPECIALIZE In wedding and
owned mu In the MM of Ray K Smith
( lit .'. JUSTICE OF tin WHIRL-PLATE MOWERS for! partly furnished, fronts oiled finest quality por'raits. Flag-
Lot 14 Block A. AliMiiurol A lubIhl street, $7900: Half cash; balance
Boot |7, Pin I, In tko Cagnti4 rent. Glade & Grove Supply; ler Fotoshop. (J11tf
. no. BUU nf riortM M Mnknord In PRACR i $SO a month, t% Interest __. ay
tilt
fVnJfloiU. N'.. .... The ._.rM of Co. Hometttad. Phone 204 ( ) 3-BEDROOM HOME, furnished WE DO rrl:ible watch repilrtngtWoodi

1. MM' 100....nropmr VM l. lidor the mm 4k** of MM A.Ovtlflrol a "wit. Birth Certificates end ether dw ,/ FOR SAM $1400-743,400 .calla balance Jewelry, McCrory Arcade. -

LM II. slosh I. PnUoH k,. the DMBorllon tnlbpnts u'IIII'IPII<<" sad wit. easy termi. (a22tt)
A. A Buk Plat Bo..k IT. P...
l" t4, In tko panty of Dodo lute ofrVrtrt. .grad! MILK GOATS bought and told 4 LOTS and 3-bedroom house REIPAIRI.Airport
OUTBOARD MOTOR .
.. M _b..... ll Ortlflnt: No.' Goat milk for MlC. N. Cook. $10.SOD. Terms.
.. ... & Ga-
.. Station
TM nojrMmnf of MM vromrtr Service
des the MM .o. wnl III Ode Feltowf Bid;. H mile N. E. of Princeton (pJJJ NEW HOME just finished, and Ph B134 alSH)
: 1.toz:1. rage.
I I. M MM of 3 lots. $13000 Termi

t .? Lot It. Sleek. .. Pollard kr tk .... FOR SALE-Chevrolet truck, Hi 4 LOTS and 2-bedroom houta SEE ALEX LANIER well ..

ton stake bod J. W. Conner. .
; Terms.I
bund lie"" 13000.
, drilling Corner Krome at*.
S. W, 2nd ave just touth' of
'" hive no houses or apartments and NF. 10th it Phone S38-W .
Howry. (pill listed for rent

I I WE DO commercial art work.
Warren Morris
Bcnj.
Visit our yard goods department

BURTON'S DEPT. STORE. Inc.] 238 S. Krome Ave. Phone III Fligler. Foto.hop.. . (031H. .
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I p.o. Box 408. homestead Fla

. NOTICE NEW!: Domestic sewing machine NEW ROOFS AND f

I I portable and table models, No IF you're ready to buy that new
I''if REPAIRS
I waiting Hit Immediate delivery Crosley call 243R. I ROOF

'ii lone at they latt Harris Refrigeration Roll roofing, gravel shingles' ,

Co. Sheffield Bld,.. FRAMES made to order-large i tile ind metal roofs Imtalled.

The pits listed below should be used for the N Krome Ave. Phone IM. U]8at) selection. Flagler Fotothop. Guaranteed workmanship by H-

I censed and Insured rocfers. I '

'disposal of wastes by the resident in the south.' uses PEPPER PLANTS far.Bklerbena FOR SALE: New CBS 2-bedroom TREK ESTIMATES.

i 411-/-1 home cedar-lined closets, tile]

of Dade County. kitchen and bath ISO ft front- Guaranty Roofing Co.
ern part S Aert-1 in tomatoet. Clots! to II h
I ,,. Owner. Ph. 178-W (Unit
Couldi near Quail Roost Richard -:

t : Cattle, Rt. 4. Box 98, South'HEAVY DUTY IH-ton 1948 Ford Phone 257nOMESTSAD. !

The pit:at Longview and Lucy Street, MiimU Phone 4-7479 (pj23) ,'I I truck, used very little, guaranteed FLA. \

.lerIl'IC'I perfect shape Electric welder r
.
For Sale-WeftlnghouM
west of Homestead I I welding supplies, 1 m.tllca WE MAKE photoititle top I 7.1LFlagler
refrigerator Phone S3 (J9tf) : t
I inet kitchen links. Nivlllo Brot., Fotothop. (jlltl)

!1 USED CARS Florida City Ph. 283-J. (d2-tf)

side of I 11148 Dodge TraY Trailer 1 1I 20 A. fine PERSONAL j ;
The pit on the couth Moody For SALE or RENT-
clean $2879 -
.' : Chev- : Town: 'Sedan I glade land on good road. Navlllo LONESOME?-Join Pen Palo In'i
1M1 ,
Pine Island Rolled and Bros Florida City. Ph 233-J tenUte ,bureau Box M7 d.nil
Driverbetween ; I .ood... ...... _. $1078 ,
> Iv. ...:, 141 Dodgy Coupe ._ ..._ ,. f B2SU37 ''I GOOD automobile radio, IB3S Fit. (pjt !

State Road 563. Dodge Coupe .. > 319 Dodge sedin good running SJ"pl1c: trASH PREVIEW L

1941 Chev. Sedan good t 979GAtrriER (condition. Ph. 357-W (lIMIt) pamphlets free at BURTON r::

MOTOR SALES I STORE. '
S Flagler Ave. Homestead'!COMPOST, $4 per yd. at ranch DEPT _
The pit at the west aid of Plummer I 1% ml out of Princeton -on! WANTED

n . Army cots and steel folding ooU i I Coconut PaLidr (n2Mf

D lve. "itT1": for sale BURTON'S BARGAIN Wanted-Clean, dependable colored -
I FOR SALC 1948 Hudson 4dr,
BASEMENT,
1 i condition woman for Sunday .t the
sedaa very clean, good -
Completely: furnished. Immaculate 1 Price ",12" lit eve". 8th Country Kitchen, U. S. No 1,

. " CBS Guest Mom on US' it Ph. 387.M. (pjt) north of Princeton, opposite Fire

DADE COUNTY WASTE DEPT. No t (downtown Homestead); .i I Tower, for work la kitchen and t
1M. ()>)
double bedroom, I baths; beautiful KUMQUATS for preserves, s dining room.
Ib. Ph. 744-W-l (dI2tf)
furnishings and splendid income -
WANTED-Painting, carpenteringand

$27.500.Completely LOST general repair work Aha

equipped poultry plant lawns to mow 1Iith power ma

:, I (broilers); owner's large home, LOST-Black horse mule, blind chine. Ph. 337-W after 8 p. m.

., completely furnished; adequate In right eye, little whit spot on daily w M veek-ends. fjftf)







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Twelve THE LEADER-ENTEnFRISE__ Friday, January 9, 1943

report on his Inspection: of the y. M S) a* Rotary tnttna- WHTTNIT ATTENDS )EET
REMAND CAGERS Miami houses under constructionby al Day end fab. M M Fed- John S. VThltney of Homeaiead( ,
( '
Cathedral Corporation by the of Women' Clubs Day. president ot the Florida Slate
gunnlt method. The oorporatfcmwa of the \ Rotary Day a motorcade of Sanitary Engineer, presided at a \
WIN 1 AND LOSE 1 Reef rd.
will visit the district
give pembsloa by the poun- of : meeting ot the organization on
ell on Dee. 15 to use Sunnite construction Monday. and Tuesday at dewls-
r Radland Diamondbacks, lost to in building house her*. queen pon .; : THE WANT-ADS ton. -
r Miami High StlnlrMIlJ-U Friday The council took under advise \ .
night, but walloped the Gent I ment I request by Pat Curl for land D \toI
eager fl-CS Tuesday night on police protection for his all-night mere b
the ham court filling station and sating place ning I
Forward Herbert Crate starred on flagler eve Mr. Curl complained credited I
for Redlend with II point and that after the closing of asProducts r
Center Peter 811** cored II the four ban In his neighborhood, tional Jnc.or
point for the Stlngaree in Fri drunks convert upon bit place tickets .
day's clssh. 'and cause disturbance H* was pageant,
Graf and Dale Sprinkle paced told that his request for protection glade*". ru>an>A _1
the Redland team Tuesday night would be submitted to the mayor Monday,
when Sprinkle rang up 22 point who was absent from the meeting, tents VIC COOK, Local ManagerBOTTLED
and Graf. 13.Redland ,awl that lie would be given an sale
will play Delray Beach answer at the next council meet- to '
High School In lelralonlJht and r
Miami Tech In Miami on Jan. 13. Ing.Upon recommendation of Mr. a Ro,"
Home, the council decided to have torla, 0.
a warning blinker light Installed festival GAS'r
GROWERS\ LOSEDOUBLEHEADER I at the intersection of N. E. Eighth the .
it and 'the new bllh.l8Idlnl Monday, .
into E. Second *ve. nate and
InstallationsF


Miami HighSchool, baiketeera .

School defeated Growers'the Homestead first string High 48- City Lots for Commercial Gas Equipment .

21 and 8 team 38-11 on the home

court the Tuesday varsity| nightIn game Earl God- Very Reasonably Domestic Gas EquipmentBENDIX <
don and Bob Roper were high
men for Homestead with slx-polntf I Complete I Mock en Mowry St. Also
each, and Jack Schneider starred lets In Fence de Leon, Downer ralm -- '
for the visitors with II points. SevtUa .ubcllvtl....
Suborn Pye was top scorer for
Homestead In the B conteit. B. BOSKIN
Homestead will play Key West ....5 8. W. lib SU Miami
her tonight Riverside MilitaryAcademy
here Jan. 14 and Miami
Tech her Jan. 17.COUNCIL.
Automatic Home Laundry
Let U. Tell You About.. .
ASKS WASHES ,
s
; (Continued from.Page One) ULTRASOL Scalp RINSES
r clogging of city drains by dirt and, far Men and DRYS
oil from car-washing lots of local .1'a
filling Italians and to make recommendations IMMEDIATE DELIVERYRADIORECORD
k for It" correction. Mr. i
Moth said that ht believes the Etta's Beauty ,
filling stations should be required .
to Install Individual sump pita for UPSTAIRS BURTON'S. PLAYERS
drainage Instead of being permitted '.
to use the city system. ETTA ZIMMERMAN:
U t. Hood made I favorable and RECORDS
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HAVE fUNAT NATUROL BOTTLED GAS


Flagler at Krome

rHONE 491 HOMESTEAD, FLA.

w Fire Department '



Where Gnaranterd Werkmanslilp Save Yon Money.IN .

CITY BflLL OCR SHOP OE ON THE ROAD;I PHONE 4SI


vKa* ... !
Certified Welding and Machine


EverYNit thru Jan. Shop Service:


8, KRONE ATE. .t R. R. BOMESTEAB !
Ride the FerriS Wheel, the Merry-Go-Round,
oldest& Urge. Best Equipped Shop
Train, 'Ute' Silver Bullet, the Chair Swings, the Ia sank Dade County f

Octopus, and the New Atomic Bomber. LET US PROVE IT ON YOUR WORK!IQIAI.

TRAFICANT HAEET WRIGHT Sr.
SEETHE MINIATURE ATOMIC WAR I

{ PLENTY OF ACTION!


For Young:: and Old I See the Educated Mule, I RHODES'- GARAGEr I

.. 7 PIH' ff" Ftt.thl; :f" .1.n n1+oFn.. 1-mil.; eA, ,, .... I .,



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