Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 16, 1948
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00591
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
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:1 I 37th Year. No. 3. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 16,>gg . Trice live Cents y,

.- Growers Using Army Fog -Makers. "

r As freezing Temperatures LoomGodwin j


: Musselwhite, Home. 40 MACHINES HELD READY '



Tho JI:. Kirby wu elected I !

mayor tt Homentaad and J. T.

Godwin Carl S. Anderson, Wm.

Musstlwhlte, Russell Horn and Florida Flood Control Forty army fog making machines -

James WoDam Were given council Fleet' Bird to Office were. ready last n'tht! to a
terms In the general election blanket farm and grave In this

Tuesday Under city ordinance,' County Commissioner Preston area with k protective) pall should
those elected win take office the B. Bird was elected vlce-chilrman: the mercury plummet to the
of the Florida Flood Control Committee
tint Monday: In February Wednesday at a meetingof ,danger point. Freezing or nt'.rI -
Tout hundred twenty-three I the group In Okeechobee I freezing temperature, predicted
vottt were cut for Kirby, whowas
Plan for the over-all controlof for Thursday night or early this
unopposed at a result ot the flood from the St. John'i River
morning, would' threaten 12.000
withdrawal of Diehard H Donovan -
basin southward to include Dadewere
of 1000 of
.. second hUh man in the Dec- explained by Oscar GRawll acre potato and tomatoes thousand of acre acre
8 primary hydraulic engineer, and of citrus and avocado grove
Godwin with tea votes and I Ca Nowlin, both of the Jack- It 'was explained that the mist
.AAdenon with 350 won four-year trnvllle: office of the U. & Englneer from the fog machine not only
term MtuaalwhlU with 309 vote. *.
blanket to
act a* a protective
Home with 291 and WolUm with I I of tha
maintain the temperature
f-* set wftn two-year term !
1 ground and the but also
"<". Eliminated were: W. T Bush 1 1k UNSELFISH AIMS I crop td-blt-
effectively shelter*
101 votes; J. X. Kulp, I'..W C I It ten foliage from the any withering
t- Morton, 177, & W. Morris> 171, I
of the when applied following
f and Although JC. B.JHcOarrah 931 qualified, 131: voter i OF U. S. BEWILDER\ ray The Wilbur frost or T.Irene.Vlrk, Farm at

" had registered before the) book Couldi used the machine: Wednesday -
I..: closed Dee. 31 only !17 voted inTuesday1 I right. and among those
standing In readiness to use them
Holdover member of the coun .
r United State hit inch Thursday were Cornelius and
,f'f'.u are J. O. Wynn and L. L. Hood I TOMMY ROYAL It. honorary cloth" era ef the March of Dime.mnlTlih and altruistic alma in Sons Landon Carney and L. W.
who win serve until February, will text week .la dominant International Homestead A. F. Arthurof
eampaUn to rates find tor fighting ijeUe appear its role ai the Ernst of ,
1530. several Miami eight dubs U participate hi a' -Chinese ivtlen-. el. power "that you need to Farsoutli Grower Co-operative) .
his cratch That mean all money offered! a* bid win te te MM explain to the rest of the world Association\ and Harold Kendall
March of Dimes and Tommy will keep bed. eratchea, which he has what you ace doing, \ Mid Dr. of Could, George H. Cooper of
MASS MEETING wed for loeemeUea alnee. being released tram the polio ward after Amando Menela. Havana Jurist Princeton, and E A. Ames ol <
undergoing\ treatment for St _nUlloOrganize and international lecturer, in I Redland.Ma I.
talk to the Homestead Rotary ). Thomas B Royal rf Royal t
ON FESTIVAL, TO Club! Wednesday noon. To old- Marine Engine Co. of Homestead '
Citizens Militant\ GroupTo world nation, accustomed to the Field, reported that Ms crew: +
BE HELD MONDAYA philosophy of "to\ the victor belong worked all Wednesday night pre.
Fight Corruption in GovernmentThe the that spoils"this. it country I II incomprehensible tecki- I (Continued on Page Four)

cute meeting of persons interested --- no territory or reparation, and Ise
In the Redland District: Redland District Taxpayers'I John Neatsey, Modello are willing/ to' pour out billion in'DR. F. BARNETT
Fruit Festival hu been called for League 1 II being organized as a owner. peace time to guarantee the peaceof
7:SO Monday evening the Red- The organization will be nonpolitical the world, he aald
land District Chamber ot Commerce militant citizen\ group to fight and will concern /Itself What other nation could have TO SPEAK HERE
" building,,reports Chamber corrupt government Vernon W. with every phase of good gavernment resisted temptation\ to>> dominate '
Manager Mont J,Baker, Turner, .Homestead attorney and - to The festivals being sponsoredby commander of Arrant-Smith VF .', etc., Mr. Neataey ..,*. after becoming the most powerfulconqueror )
.. the Redlsnd Fair' .Associationof W. Post 1 11 drawing up I charter I Initial action wa a strong pretest history ha known" b* '
the chamber ot commerce 4n for the group which ,will have' against threatened: ousterOf asked. "Instead, the V S. bas Dr. Fred T. Barnett, secretary
co-operatioa! with the Everglade IS selected men as It* nucleus.: Richard O. Danner a* Miami become the world' fireman- of the Florida Dry' Organization, V
National Park management ,Arrangement Already enlisted a* charter city' manager, described by league hastening to extinguish the flamesof will speak on temperance at three
are being made for member are Harold Kendall) spokesmen as fan honest official hunger, discontent and greed local church: Sunday and at
exhibit of flower., fruit and Ooulds grove and packing house,:guilty ot nothing except opposition by pouring out Its wealth to provide Homestead High School: en Moods r
vegetable* I operator E. A. Ames, avocado to>> corruption'. "Tolerated food, clothing and national y. l f
The Curtis Agency II i handling grower: B Heath Holden Boy (Continued on Page Five) (Continued on Page Four) ;Dr.. Barnett will lecture at Red.
- the newspaper and radio>> pub- Scout leader and district directorof land Community Church\ at 19
U&pJor the festival and pageant! the K :yes interest; Col,RalphW eMails o'clock: Sunday morning and at
la. addltlon1ppHlMlllatel1 1,500. Klngman, retired army officer Golf Club Gets Pipe for Sprinklers; the First Methodist Church of
worth of bill board space ha been land grove l owner; O. J. Rldeoour, Homestead at U o'clock1: Sunday !
1 donated by a Miami firm for 0\1"1''Silver Paint grove, and packinghouse \ Out Membership\ Certificates evening he will speak to the young v
door advertising northward to operator; Ceo K Cooper) people of the Princeton Church
Petersburg and West Palm Beach 1 Princeton grower; Richard ot the Nazarene at .::311 and to
I " '..',I .nn e,4' ......,1'utlll'1!'I Purchase of BOOOO. feet.. .ot-'pipe.. I I test, advised_the,.group toy .d the-.<,regular,*/. ,. ,congregation f MnmM ,.>rf at Illah t:3(*

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I Page Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday January 16, 1948. F


i MRS. PR1TCIIARD i iJ i I Contribution Boxes Placed in Stores J Ji I

For March of Dimes in War on Polio .-', THANKS VOTERS 'r

J I March of Dime cola cards wen Mil Theatre showing I II
Mr*. Ashley IS. Prltohard of distributed this week to load Mr*. Royal, )In. Jack Jacksoq
Homestead. U. died of a heart I school and mort than 80 contribution and Mrf Ovid Sullivan art Sot seeing fit to elect me as one of your city
attack at 10 o'clock Monday right : business houses for e.!
I boxes placed in item I
In James Archer Smith Hoipltal were trlbuttons and other worker will
The Ret Frank L. Elver: ?. pastor,,,and bus ness boiMM of the district be named Donon arc asked to., coimcilmen. I will try to merit your confidence.
offic ated at funeral services yesterday for public: donation to the annual telephone 748-J and their _tr-j:
afternoon In Homestead campaign for funds to fight polio(buttons win be Oiled for or toy]I
Presbyterian Church Burial wai I nail their check to Mr Riyal at
rrpirlt Tbo B. Royal, district
directed by Turner Funeral Home I P. O Box 111. |
In Palm Cemetery lit Nanna.In I I cha'rman The customary collections Addressed envelope for the r-| JIMMY WOLLAM
addition to her husband will be taken at the Semi- turn of contributions arc being;
.y Mr PHtctiiM leaves: a son. Marvin I mailed to member of the H jme-]
of Homestead: a daughterMr stead Woman's Club which voted,
Howard Draper >f Holly, G. II. HART DIES Monday night to support the drive,
wood; her mother, Mrs. Clan, one hundred per cent., | ,
Dixon of Florida City two brother "
Frank Lewis of Vert Palm I AFTER COLLISION:
Beach and WaltMt Dldll'ef Fort I I
Pierce; and two titter,1n.N:1 George H. Bert 71, died Sunday I I MARION MOORE MY\ SINCERE THANKS
O. Shore of Homestead
In Dad County Hospital wherthe : .
Berth Bridge of West PalmBeech. : 'I
wa taken Dee It After he I TAKENBYDEATH:
:suffered I hip fracture In an : to the voters of Homestead who paid me the
Mr Prttchard' wa ll I
:07.t'J I automobile cotillion his home '
Belle Lewis on Aug. t: : In on Halnlln dr. Funeral near services I Marion L.Mof Perr'eo. ..../ honor of a handsome vote in Tuesday's council-
Fla. She and Mr Pritch-
ard were married Apr. II, 1(01! were Miami conducted funeral home.A yesterday In a I pllal. died after Saturday a short In nines a Miami Funeral 1101-i manic election. I pledge my best In your behalf.
In Tampa and moved tm Miami Monday|
service were conducted
native of Nova Scotia, Mr.
loll and t> Homestead In 128 Mimi funeral ,
afternoon In a
Dad in
Hart cam to County
1923 from Seattle Wash. His citrus -.chapel, and Interment followed hi!
IIAKllVA.MAIlSIlHarry grove here Was widely knownfor Wwdliwn Park Cemetfry | J. T. GODWINTO
its many varieties of fruit* Mr, Moor, who was In charge'
and tit the unusual tree and of maintenance at Dad Count,'
BURIED TUESDAY flower -Imported from foreign I Hospitalcam to this section
I countries.Mr. from Valdosta, Ga 23 year *s>I
Hart leave: his wife, Ad.I He leaver h<* wife Remmle;
Appleton Marsh diedSunday who It recuperating from a fractured a son, John B.; a sister Mr.
in James Archer Smith
right arm received! In theaccident Rosa Carter of Valdosta: and I
Hospital at the ale of 72. Funeral, ; a son, Charles of Miami;i brother, Tillle Moor of Valdosta MY\
conducted Tuesday
service wen and two daughter. Mr*, Greta A son, Marlon L., Jr. was killed
afternoon In Turner funeral Campbell tot Oakland, Cal, and a year ago in an automobile accident -
chapel by the Rev. F. / Lottlch., Mrs. Dorothy Covent of Charles- and another ton, Marlin,
rector of St| John' Eptsoipal: town, Ind.Public. wa killed in combat In Franc I wish to express my sincere appreciation
Church. Burial took place
Woodlawn Park Mausoleum. of having been voted to membership on the city
Mr. Msrsh cam her 12 year Invited to Hear Milton Cobin
ago from Minneapolis with his council Please be assured that I will work for'
wife. Mabel O, who survives him. Talk on Lesser Known Tropical Fruits
H* leave also a nephew, Austin the best interests of our city.
Field ,
Mr. and Mr*. Marsh made their The public I* Invited to Monday -.tural I adviser' to the fvtrnmentof
home on their grove at the cor- slight' meeting of South Dad Puerto Rico an t- chief plan
ner of Silver Palm dr. and Farm Garden Club at which Milton ping officer of the Un verity :>f BILL MUSSELWHITE i if t
Life rd. CobIa associate\ horticulturist at Puerto RI"O befor' he becam
Subtropical Experiment: Station,!'assistant director of rairchlld
DR. WHITE GIVES SERIES will speak on aspects of some Tropical Garden In Miami. :1
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A* part of a sermon aeries on
The Second Coming of Christ", trop'cal fruit which may be of
Dr. J. L. White will preach on potential value to South Florida
The Part Jerusalem Will Play In The meeting will be held In the Like PURINA LAYING CHOWS. .
World Affair on Sunday evening Sacred Heart clubhouse.Men : I ad-
it First Baptist Church. His of the district are extended -,
topic Sunday morning will be "M,. a special' Invitation to hear I LOVE Purina's Sensational
Religion-Whst I* Yours" I I I Mr, Cobra who served a* agrlcul-,


To the People of Homestead COMPLETE SET OF

I wish to express my sincere thanks for the
vote given me. I will endeavor to 'worthy of .

your trust. '
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Those Who Voted For Me I 'ONLY and One Silver' Ceoifiow obtajofJ when'you

I, I!It buy any size bS f Purina Lying Chows.

r Send to Purina, Walli'gC A\ cone,

Please accept my. sincere :I -ttt ltd *,4Va ( to jet this foe i Sandy order blank and complete dettlli /

thanks. I matching Mt ot put silver flat la this diiSee has, t*o, for Purina Laying Chow Mcao '

dnS-iahed Camelot pattern. Mad and fau. skew you how Ice profit when jot feed

tatted by the Via. Rogers NI,. Co. Rtio- yaw Cocks theM fnoi OiecVerboard prod-

E. B. McGARRAH forced at wear point Set four Purina. Dealer cu.. .lot lot ud lets of top quality2' '|jai

\to N ASK A

P. & F. Garage ; JIMCEITSILVEI"DER volt A e' ,

Repairing Acetylene Welding Painting I IFItATE
01' PttacetetI. -.Pb.aee IN sad U'
Body and Fender Work I Homestead -_ role" tM +


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!. I Friday January_16, 1948. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Par Thretll .!

I can Air Uaaeurera. richer J 1. Cedwla and I Lee :
\ Among the special events will

I be an air rescue by Dade County THE WEATHER ]
of the Amerleta! Red
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Cross, and M air supply demon- c.-- ___ _.>...
atrttloo by the Naval Air Xtservt.
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Ill is hoped that arrangements cant I Jan Tl M Mil
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I be made to have the U. 8. Air Jan- t.::_=. 79 M HOT j
,Reserve rendezvous above the Jan. 10 _._ Tl M JM1
field. I Jaw U ____.__..TO M MM ....
I The air show eemejMttce Is composed -'Jaw 12_.___Tl M 1014 DM 1.
of Walter Weiss, Edward l Jan 11__.__.Tl 55 MM
I Weiss. W. (X Van Tien. 0.0.I I Jaw 1_____.'It 81 10.11 144LITTLE ;

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Veil Great Oaks.


AMD so k Is with the

sccostplklisMat of*e away

other large thugs U Us-
sect ss adequate CaaacUl

protection lot ver loved OEM .
for.Ustance,..Ida a Ufc of Georgia bsursoct policy 1

the,bolder etubUsbas s hind foe his family's Immediate weU

time of Greatest.**...This prot<
low ". u a policy ls Issued,bulk paid tot a Uttla Meta lime I'
r N Whether your DMS be great or modest let a friendly ti /

Life Georgia Ag si work out a life lasiimace progress .

with' you today.


The Redland D'*tr'ct Air Show fall, aided only by nine-toot canvas past season she has participatedin EERY t JtdAAMPAW id7r t ..,
will be held at the Homestead w!ngi, Boyd suffered slight the International Air Show at
city alrp:rt on Sunday rtcmaon, Injuries In the Miami ahow Sunr- Oakland, "C.Lh.. Birmingham w
Feb. ( as sponsors were denied a day when a stiff 20-mile wind : J
requested change -to Feb it. the caused blm b land on a COIIC'e1arun..l {
Instead of the [ IN 0 6 9ILla.La IMOa 1 .1
opening day of the Redland District on gram
Fruit Festival. Billed hopefully -,land area.The I the Southeastern All ShoW' In "j
M the districts tint annualair I show will be presented ly Jacksonville, the Memphis Air,
Classic and the Miami All-Amerl- 1
chow the will begin
program Air Progress Inc, of
,at ISO: and will Include.. eight- M'sa Skelton, voted Wilmlntton.j
act show in addition to special Ida Aviation of 147 by the
event Sponsors are Arrant-Smith ida Air Pilots Association wild CHEVROLETand
..,It, V. r. W., and the Radland fir her specially built Great : 1
.. District Chamber amm ree.Anaxif stunt plant ,with the soy Lakftl''
the star performers will Walt Disney skunk and the
be Betty Ske,!ton cf Tampa and The Little Stinker"
Woody Edmonton.of Lynchburg,I the aide of the tutelage. Was r
V,.. who, won the women a and Skelton. who we!ghs 100 pounds QrV/KChevrolet
men'i chsmplonshlpt la the In- and la five feet three Inches tall,
ternatiaial Acrobatic contest Sunday has been flying since she was 1J '
at the Miami AllAmericanAir yean of age, and holds commercial -
Maneuver Tommy Boyd, and Instructors licenses for
batman, will do a 6.000-foot land and sea planes During the

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I M A.ake-ers Mel

i, I in REGISTRATIONS of con and of trucks . Prow ::"'ti:';:''met*:::= .

. ....(.wrote..o.-w.....
Ae1.7..o.-w bile and .
lOW m4 aw tr........
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FIRST l.. .er Cer rradocMM!. IW-'ewtdm a a.w.w hawt sod lOW mom .
N puhfe d pesdvdli..-. .ere OW sae lade Os. any suer '
B.L.Pn MOBILELeadZincTitanium ***> Sw SW S>M wwa..a-rW ..
awMl dare AMI<...... fit !.

FIRST.. Trvch PrediKlton *.,_
Sated afdvdU gurae. ......" .. a.. as R..On.We .
..... ... Dtdr.. .1 O.a.edaloe.
Outside White $5.25 gal am ...... ersiew ..
FIRST is PMStiifef Cor Met U 1.47_...iit .. '. 'a'sSb..ate
htsasalett but *a clwtlvt) .... ...... ==-w"=="w::==
ads M ter Power .. e.tbwe e.dwnas .
ab room""In w mars
Redland Paint Store FIRST II Tuck..lea h IW-euaiJInt.. bxes pleto as..60..... ;

I We.ecaealw a"roger" v* =:owl.
s>mM h a*
.4 OW ""We OW Feb. Wearaw l-
HOWAKD TEKKINS, owner .-..w.Mat' ..................
: IM .. Kiesae Are.Scaled nsaete d FIRST to ,.... a Mim.i Car mn4 Teed Ina a .wa.M w. are d.c.s Nt Iwo
..,.w rIW eiterelin to pvMsbeal a..- hri to Mao **,fey Mae w*.i
Ere w'"..ply
duds" ftwes :r.-= /tarsus tense eFIRST
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Null is ar, r.. brr obeir
Have it removed Redecorating
Via. yw 6" me pow" of 04wrlPe
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or Painting FIRST M Toad Trek PrtAKlles ...4 ..., for the total ......ow .... II M wee N _...
k ',.. a.U4 AHIWHT, Ifll to JwMMry, 141 .as ... ...... led arar.d a.sea
to .elan-wide wea. ..,.,..,......._ ..-$
acceiellin published
Call 762 for .H as MM M a k...anly pwdlte
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. KSTDUTU. ON rOWXB BXUBHINO AND WJ1IDZNG. FIRST a. ,.../ ...iiAerel Cen load Tmcb..... ra.d =es rwr emMl= (..- d
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Licensed Painting Contractor Bird Chevrolet.r-- .
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Page Four THE LEADER.BNTERPRISE Friday January 16, 1944%

West, Louis Aldrich Virgil lUst- "Twin daughters were bate
TheLeaderEnterprise nmrnmrnnllllnmmnnnmnnUlin! > tngj and Robert Bo'er..N fen. 10 to M.r. and Mrs. ftp? *

"''Mr*. Maggie David, 17 died Cheney., ."
Gadabout .
The Jan V of bums...* "A nine-pound boy was bon

......... b tell 20 Years Ago ..14.' ... Wm. J. Ceronlmo was Jan. 7 to Mrs. E. II Brandenburg1
By Helen Whiting Ferrerra Installed president of the American at her home In Porvenir. ."

( t"Pow"ee'M Smith r.4110[)Me Pshtwtss N 15aran.0-.... Legion Auxiliary; Mrs. J A. "Mr A. C Deputy returned. i
I r I J.I L J r t ,Smith vice-president; Mill Ruth from Columbus, Mis. where *f
: BCM ARCHMtmit The fog lifted and planes began If IIIiILtI'iiiIUlliIDiriligillllllillnl"The! !!! i Fox. secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. had been recuperating from si,

** ed MiueSUajUXIC warming up their engine*, even I Frank Schneider historian. ." operation. ." ,
LBAOff ARCRIIM Then Jan. 10 election resultedIn
IHUe Jumper.
I our puddle
wlM Mtar landslide for Paul Rue.
would roar
one at a time they
MART rtmiRU DJCXWMlfUMcsurnoM )
and Jt: Victor,
N..e MMtfd away from the Rio airfield. Our ell M mayor
number was called and only one F. H. Llndeman Q. l Cault. Che
PATES from our Miami group T. Harper and Dn / A. Smith ai I
I" We :r.I ,' ;::--':::'' was passenger reporting with tis, the Eng councilmen. ."

t1ItMo" p.b o.a ash S t'1I lishman. Ha must hare been on The train bearing. President WANTED
I S _. nM h I ,... ".IfI
r some kind of official business.be7muse' Coolidge from Miami to Key Wnt
:._ .. ..8604 .10e- _U-- he was met by a British III expected to pan through Homestead
Hnuu: J 1.1: :;.:. loader Poo am a" :; subject at each landing, and all about 6:30: tonight. ." Emma

11....... .. "". hurried through apparently Important I "Actual opening of the Over .
papers and conversed sea Highway to Key West will ..

The Best Things Are FreeD during the time our plan was ,take place Sunday ."

grounded. "Dr. J. B. Tower ws chosen

1 Annie Majrhew FlUpatrk-k Sao Paul! was one of the president of the Homestead Building Good body and
\ landings that stood out after leavIng and Loan Association. ." paint '

treewell Rio. We were given passports "Water freight for Redland 1>11-
resembling poker chip ,J Ret trlct tomato shipments II the object -
f trying I* tarn\ Into the airport building The of effort to determine the shop manna
Money to buy the thing that cost people In and around this airport feasibility of barge service by anatural .;'
e> much were most outstanding, and remanded channel abort distance
Maybe useless but for whichwe me of people at a Saratoga off the Homestead shore line and

yearn, race track a* they stood the Mowry canal. Official of one
Toke stock of these free things behind the guard rail Both met steamship company are reportedto

near at hand, ." and women were beautifully' favor the Idea ot ships stopping -
Nor lift our eyes to set the glorious dressed In the advanced faihlons -oftshlre to take on barge- Bird Chevrolet Co.

stars. It was.the jnort cosmopolitan and loads of tomato . .County Commissioner -
We apend our days In window prosperous' looking group of peo- J. D. Redd la going to
shopping for ple I had seen since leaving the have markers erected to show the Homestead, Fla. Phone 98
Clothes or costume Jewelry or States. It was hard to believe court of the channel. ."

cars.. that I was' In a foreign! country, The Ken Board of Trade WM

and not at a wealthy summer organized . by business peopleof
i FOG MACHINES retort back In tbe. U. S. A. Key Largo;; Rock Harbor, Tav- .

It Interested, to know that emler lilamorado and Matecumbt i

(Continued from Page One) we had traveled over the large at a meeting Matecumbe . ." "

paring for delivery the ninejirmy country In South America where "A drum and bugle corps will
surplus tog machines he had In 'Portuguese Is spoken, and we had be organized by the Boy Scouts () ;
stock. tn opportunity to look down upon with Percy Manley u Instructor." fERK !
Oil smudge pot were being rarely explored jungles, mountain
"A motorcade of 100 Journalist,
used to raise the temperature\ and fertile plantations a. e1s ;

many of tile grows, and farmers well a* cosmopolitan cities and who Palm cam Fete to,,Miami visited to Homestead attend the !I Id Ii
and alike retorting busy navigable river
grove men were
today . They were welcomedby
to burning piled wood and After dark w' landed at Montevideo kitchen :
Mr*. Gertrude B. roller sad
brush In an effort to save their Uruguay TIle weather was
given luncheon at the Golf andCountry 1h
holdings. County Fire Chief L. H. wry cold even with my top coat Club..." .
Greet urged caution In setting hurried to the waiting room a
fire and great care la extinguish. warm myself with some good hot "Billy Cave was voted Into the
Ing them after the danger I* eoffee. Here at the airport wemet Homestead Boy Shouts reports
parsed. a couple of Chilean travelers Scoutmaster John R. Graves . .

' An official low temperature of front Santiago en their way' to ScouU present were Bill McConnelL -

IS degrees was recorded at Subtropical \ Buenos Aires They were the first Roy Haynes. Cliff Campbell,
Station Wednesday night but not the last people that told Paul Loaner Wm. Edwards Wm.

but brisk wind prevented the me "Chileans go shopping In Krome Virgil Hastings, Milton
formation of frost Thermometer Buenos Aires; the people of Argentina McOarmh. Wm. Fonyth. Allen

In some of the outlying sections go to New York".

1 registered 13 and :34 degrees. I UNSELFISH AIMS

). Schools were closed Thursday Everglades."National.
/ and will be doled today on account Park-Illmnll. of Continued from page One

1 of the cold weather. the other 17 state parks."Royal security for the ravaged nationsof
!urOI1l.i '
Pallftl"-parlt campaignand
FALL BUSINESS lit presentation! to the nation. Holder of the degrees of dojlnr
"Fl ht tor JBveriladeir.-rftfn. In law and doctor In public law d

r 1 (Continued fir)m Page One) cullies overcome. in and out of from the University of Havana.Dr. .
Mends studied also In the
cancen..lo.p over December 01
'4* Dedtoatkm of Everglades park" United. States, Switzerland and

Last ,..r'* disastrous farming I -1h ttth state park. France, and audited courses of d
season WM' reflected In a buimesr "A Vision of the Future"-finale the Academy of Internatt analTAW
at the Jfaguo He Was a member -I
slump for February March and I with entirecast participating!
from 1927 to 1931 of the
t '
April below that ot 45. Mr. Livingston -
legal section ot the League ot
explained. There) was also MASS MEETING
Nations secretariat In Geneva and
a midsummer slump for June. i
July and August before the busl Continued from page One participated in many congresses I II
of an International
( rise nets In barometer began. its steady and southward to Key West Other I present he U residing! In Miami I This work......',twta-Wl uM lItton cabinet:
advertising will Include the distribution Beach on an Indefinite visit to can be matte id la you bone for monthly psyoMiiiiT
year, the put office addedan Of S.OOO automobile :this country during which he will I :
additional clerk to make a bumper placard, SM window deliver a series of lectures.
staff ot II. During the Christmas posters, and 259 desk card for t
rush lunch periods were arranged hotel and other The hoary Club' fishing
display In public !
to that experienced clerk were place which was to have taken place Ott'lfJ oft'llJ
today, was, postponed to next Friday -
on window, duty at all tunes, long South Dade Garden Club will because the inclement
when necessary to relieve obtain Judge' for the cut flowers : MUU.INSTfrrrra "
waiting lines, all five of the win and specimen plant exhibited, weather.The ,I
s Bows were opened Mr. Livingston and will receive and catalog the club pianist played a wedding Youngstown equipment yon ca quickly and 'f
aid. The march: for Rotarian K. B.Wenkatera .
postmaster I* proud of entries >V
the fact that, despite the holiday Person who have relics Of the manual training I Instructor easily transform your' old kitchen lato a beautiful 'i;
: at Homestead High modera room' that b a pleasure to work fa. f
rush, not one complaint was received district' pioneer days, furniture, .
from post office patrons School, who took unto himself a
clothing, ornaments, eta: are asked
during the month of December t> get in touch with Mr. Baker bride while vacationing during The first step toward modenilzatioQ about be die "

who wishes to arrange down-town the Christmas holidays. Youngstown "K ltcltenalderabinet sink. Available .'

37 TRUCKS displays of the historical Item LAND CLEARED different models,ID with gleaming wliw, add-jwUUng.

A 48-page Illustrated tonvmlr porcelain enameled tops. Among the features aretwinbowls
(Continued from Plop One) booklet la being printed with pictures Far Heme. Pleating erLarr many
SAbdevtsiees ,will dish and vegetable 'P'ai. Urge draw-
of the Everglades' history and ai and stories about the district Fqui Work
preview" of Its future, Constitutes ** farm, grove,, how places PEIUUNE SCARIFYING AND era, plenty of storage space :
the prologue. The episode are and homes. On an "In memoriam DEVELOPMENT: CO.
Other Youngstown units Include spacious wan aad Boor
Everglades Ballef a symbolic page" win be inscribed the names Phone 2101
dance pantomime In which we seethe of the area' war, dead PERRINE: FLORIDA cabinets, with generous' abelvea for ovenlscd .teD. la,

water, land, vegetation and MOEN linens or cleaning equiptwrnt.Let us show yon these

flower all blended ta make tht i I attractive unit,, end give you an aecnrata estimate of

Everglade. : E. F. Marshall the coat ( then In henna.
'' your
Indiana and Spanish Explorerrtlie Dr. F. r'i, Jr.
Calusa Mayalml and Tek- ACCOUNTANT .
esta tribes and Ponce de Leon
Optometristw. 1
t will positively b* al the
party on thecoast MOWST BT. nosneatcaJ Grocery Ce office
of the Everglade I aU this aeatea.INCOME .
"The Perrlnei Massacre"DrPerrino HOMESTEADTuesdays. ,I '

and Calm Indian Ttitntcajr. TAX HARDWARE ftUllOlN.O MMWlM,

"Semlnol Vlll.-dallt occupation SatareUy OeaMlUaltsnall PHOHl l 'HHfimEADX;
h + and battle I
.b' "Oay Nineties"-Audubwn So- PHONE .4I Beekkeealng Bateea

rice' tai bwachere.Rauway"fist ,
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:. 13 Nominated for Queen of Festival; j I r------------:: )II P.To O.Restore Pay $10 Detective to Owner"The

...: Contest Regulations Are Outlined j'| REDLAND FESTIVAL QUEEJJ CONTEST II ease .* the ownership of

I .. 'the fit bill" WM solved recently
Ur, Via Cecilia TOIMMI\, Ul* Contestants may be married or I nominate ------- I'by the Homestead poet 'llftceI*
Helm Schroeder: and MIa Jod single. but must be at least 1< I the result of a neat bit of detective -
; Bolender have been nominate! year of age and mud live withinthe Ucraddrcatu----__.._ I II work

.i M candidate for the Midland area lying between Coral Reef I I'I'd. NOMINATIONS FOE MISt REDLAND Gloss IBATVaDAT The oeae began near Charlotte.

.6i District: milt Festival and the southern Limits of..I JANUARY 17. 141 I II N. C.. when a bag of malt fell
Florida City The winner will receive from a train and was slashed beneath
i : valuable priaea and will ao) Only en* nomination for each contestant
the wheels
JTait Among the
'Glades Park Rangers ,be crowned Miss Redlaad at a
--------.rb600 _ mutilated letter was OM enclosing' a
Make Week-Loarr.tro} gala' coronation baIL The runner - -. - - "me eaaa aaur 0000 the |10 bill but with the envelope
up will receive: gift and will be :| VOTE Teal| ao defaced that only the Home.
Earl Semlngsen, thief of
range named Miss South Dad The
:1 stead poet-mark and the "CrouN.N. .,
Everglades: National Park Mr. next highest contestants will REDLAND FESTIVAL QUEEN CONTEST C" destination were decipher

SenUBgeaa arrived In and Homestead their children and have an. Udlet-innrttting and Miss: South :d*Mia. Redland i 1 My ..el.. far Mh> Radlaad. b ,able. The letter Itself, which

Visiting .t the home of Par The contest will open Jan. II I II II ,activities mentioned, carried Homestead t ) ..farming.."
144 Mix On I I
and wUlfdoee at I pea Feb 14. salutation and reply
. was signed eh
obtain living :
Beard until they cut Winner will be announced m "Dad"The,
quarter Mr. Semingeen was for. Feb. II and will be honor guests Her address - L | I

mfrly stationed Park. In Yelloweton at the festival and the pageant I Contest ...... at I p. a*. Feb. 14, 191.. I letter portal to department the local office returnedthe on
NiUonal which will credit the candidate
stationed al Tw Y o T R S Dec. 14. but no progress was nude
The perk ranger
Each vote
with 1,000 votes. coupon L I :
Coot Bay, nude a petrol of the from the will havea _ _ _ In finding lu trader until Div
clipped paper "a - - -
I 1------ II when a postal search had to
,2'i entire west coast of the perk during value cites votes. and each
LIncoln and Milton Cobln respectively be made in an Incomplelcly-
the part week !Ranger are trip of advance ticket coupon Uonillear Carl WarnerSpeak
horticulturist and awoclahhorticulturUt : addressed letter port-marked
Erwin Win* Edwin Stephanieand will have attached
for the pageant aa on Today'a Youth
at Subtropical Exp
Crouse. The addressed
and we reQuested -
Wttlard DiUey, Barney ; valid for IBOO
riment Station and Wm. H to Into
come the office
boat "American of must
Parker If man. i votes. youth today
Davis of Baniaey, Ind. and asked If he knew
Emerson regional land- of caliber anyone
Ralph Advance ticket will be made be higher character and
leaps architect, and Wm. ONell "Echo** of the KvergUdei. than the youth of yesterday If we 'Lion Walter Welts poke on from Crouae who had planted the f
regional engineer, arrived yesterday '- Nomination! must be made by are to continue: to enjoy eur birthright plane for the club U take part certain crops on the certain dates
from the National Park Service the entry coupon I* this Issue of freedom," Carl Wagner in the Redland District fruit mentioned In the letter. He did.
regional office in Richmond available at 1:30: Monday eveningat principal of Miami Beach High FestlvaLFroschers' The farmer came Into the office,
Va., to spend two week here towork Flagler Fotothop on N. Krone School, told the Midland District proved by his knowledge of \belett.r'
out plant for the Everglades; eve for each: $10 turned In from Lion Club Tuesday nlhMr.. : First Snow content that be was its
National Park ticket sales 5000 vote will be Wagner, a former member of the Arkansas sender, and aa given his fit
Chief Clerk James H. Smith of given \'IItn. will be deposited in club when he was principal of Seen at Home bill. _

the park headquarters at Home a ballot box at the Chamber of Redland High School poke on Their first mow wait seen recntly -
itead left lest week on a business Commerce office, and aeml-weck- "Carrying the. Burden of Present by Elbert Irotcher and hU
trip to Washington, p. C- and the ly. report will be potted on the Day OvUlaatlon". eon, Jon at their poultry farm
regional office in Richmond contestants tending. Guests were Or. Francis B near BenlonvUle, Ark. Until Uili

I falL Mr. and Urt rroecber and
Suspect in Car Theft HO. 11041a6MRT 6r CONDITION: or RMTOVI DISTRICT MO I :imid.tiet;; home on SilverPalm

Held for Criminal Court the Mate .* rut FkirUU. Plan M Uw NATIONAL.... rX. blame BANK or.. HOMWIADfc DM. II. It.,. P..lhtM lto dr and' Mr rtoacher was n,.
rmvmer all .._ *f ComftnUtt ., the c._. ease ItatlMl Mil, U .. employed in the Hwneatead Poe SMALL IUSINCSS. SERVICE
I James Joseph: Foster J7, and Revised. BUtCHABTU .. *...i attic
Paul Joseph Rosier. IS, are held .... Wlaiw and Mh chi hit
other Mitki \ it
Cull. HtaiMM with ftMeMlnff Christmas play Final 1917 Tax Forma
in Miami jail awaiting trial on mom I. Presses ., .mttmrtia. . . .. . . | SM.III.e.Viilwd .
eita Genrnnmt rtllnUoM. elect u4 mamrtmuml.. .. I.Ml OSOblli.Uon. new school Jon played the part
charge of stealing the automobile ml slat, mad ollUnl uMlvl.lDW. _: .,.-- .:.:.----._ IM:::M of a wile man a role he played Prepared

r of Howard the Lamb night at of the Jan.Lamb 4. Other Otwea.te kM ttork.. MU.*>.MMk ',1&1I" last year In t IVedland achool play Versailles
home here on 11 NONE .n.rdntbl _ at1Aait moocher have 1ft.000 chickens -
Apprehended by Virginia state *t. H and IIM: :wiw4 ate t/erl.d/II: c .&.$umlur ..Mn>-SI.MM.w_ . The and two baby pigs Pinky DeoUralloa of Estimated
.I. police la Richmond, the men honk ........ ..M< BN MkiM W >0)IMM./ Mt mmmmtt and Stinky laeeaaa Tag

I waived extradition and were returned lI.r ..:."wooed f'\W tha2 bank p.oni.m . . ,_ ... ".. ., ON. DM January lath

here Monday by Constable 1._.kw_.Ml act MUM ether Mitt_ ledlr.etip. .eneeYne_ .. .._bask.__ premium. Now"w BURTON
Vann. Monday afternoon e.M.dlae..NONs. / CITIZENS ORGANIZE,
they Tom were bound over to the criminal -i Other r-sae tokUHf to. tWo. book_' M.. a.bseleam. .._..__._._..__......_.._ '.m." First National Bank 1114,.

court under $a. oo bond each TOTAL Aiesrr .,_._-._- --.--,,-_-_._ /IaaeWLis (Continued from P ago One)
by Peace Justice Sid L. Kendrick.Have L.blltls.Demand / / vice In Miami poses a threat toall HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
-Ita o1 l.dt..duel4 p.rtaes.blpem sea .rometlar......_. __-_-__ .1.51,041.51. Dade County, and aa such It
r'.1.its ., ..dl........., *wtetnhl| and empee.t/ VestalD.L. Telephone I45-R
.+/te d ViillW UM GarmiiMnt liKlnillif. |mU| Mtlll -). . ......U04p001ta must be fought by concerted
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., *MM l>4. politick ( .1. MON- 171.1",11II county act Jft." Mr. N..r.., ears.

Tea gee I Darer Otb.r bask ImAlf/.d. ... is eberba. ....1.. ". Heel II ."In event )II. Pnnr should b*
TOTAL DEPOSITS .. .. 4JSU.U4.M dismissed from his Miami post,
\ glib parable.. ndlMMoM,: m4 wlin lUbllllta :.for bon' w < the league would support him It READ THE WANT-ADS
Violetta? lawwam .iMt I..... 110L 'tea Met fOm\m u< I NOMI/ he wishes to run for> iherltr.
M ..... real I ..tam ? .?., .u. ", _0. _. _'--.NONI
IN I _."" be or Is, .m ret ., dbit boat and .......,..
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Otter ....111'* ... ,,,_,, ...___...____.."__u__"___.____.._ ......,.

TOTAL UAilLTTIES _._,-----.._m,,--.. .T........- 11414IM4Iriaia :
Reef Boat
Fishing | AMvaalA
Capital U..LIrlu. BREEZE
along to
A rrW.rrW. toUl W I' NONE irtlnhl. wlw I NONE
Dew the Old Card sound Close rrftmt. teal pee NONE : fMlnkl nta*, I NONEC.w.a
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14. at Kex'a Landing R.rplue e.wb, Mt._,,_eas.see.51._._:....:...r.===:::::_.:::_...:..;.: 1saueA.: : Healthier
U..I...... prenp ., ._"..__u___._.__.___.__.._... 1.ATLHa. Neater Lawns
..... led ....-.-, seems. fee pr....... Nook)-- 1.NeAM ,
f'f'r Leave (:II a. m_BetwnjI TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I 11..97NTOTAL ;

p. m. Daily except iMtlt.; .. with
Monday and Tuesday LIABILITIES .-..'.....
Awls rlsdred w M>I.... to omen ii.bu/tM..d lot .thw .....-. '1f.lOO.N M1 '
r, BAIT AND TACKLE FREE UM of Fk.rt.ta.I. .

Bring Tour. LoachReservations ". .*A. k"CAlpmCUL, eMhk ef the .-...... bank .o out.malt wow _
u..t.... oboe fUUntnl U true to tw WH .s m 1. ki L"JJppJJJJ'"JMllifCX .

at ;. W. FNCllfiH. .
Overseas Bait & A. DlnHmr

strafe sad rakMrlM w"JSl KJkNoUrr"c.Mk ttt.of Naar January, rumba., 1i/L n Isle, Slick. .H.......
Tackle Focus GUM. ., F...... M I_ sonla,. a"weM...
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N.v..bor 1.
beta II.
Mr "vim
(NOTARY KALI silo ......... plea asP.e .
HwwtUad. Phone J3gWVVWVMiW.
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IOronO rao..o Moweektlttedee
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BOTOFLO donalnnim houclna draw QMMlor
NT fHs Rsflinrln
IV net. coiling; mulcMBx cllpplag Rotary Hod1fotaftted t

SOUTH'St<< cute a 21-toch wide nrat through tall.., toaabeel
grace and weed with eat* Cut up to walk. tows
t.A94ORiT and wall: IlxnlnatM hand trimming. Cant "-=p" t

f'I or gouge turL

i Sturdy light-weight construction. ManUT i a codly.Tloatlng .

f I kandl adjusts instantly to conreolem
[ anglo lor car operator.

"t'I Quid y-tartlna 2H i-p. arkrtloa trpt motor
operates dependablf Lour die hour without parnpejUg '

BUILDS CONDiTfeNobas or Ushering.S" .
'M ..ewe Piphtweryrf Korono toi .

the inaft hr 0" L.IHCf'",. isdlveryr



Ave. Phone :3S3:
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i Pipe Six THE LEADEIWENTERPRtSE .. Friday, January 16, 1948.E :

i .1 I Mr. and Mrs. Harry. HoUowa ,)Ira.A. U. Alfonso of Key Wed Caria petertm -patient 4.,.
( ol Midland, Pav are house guestsof and daughtef. Mary, made brief Janet Archer Smith Hospital as
I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams of visit here last week with Mrs a result of a severe heart attack t
: ModtUo. Alfonso's mother, Mrs. Ora Frtteur during the week-end. :
In and Ground and her brother-in-law and .

. E Mr. and N.... E. B. Begun, who slater, Mr. and M.... Qtc. Pitts.Mr I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson bt
have been spending the winter In I Hollywood end cranddauchtaytJudr :
Modello. left yesterday for their *. R. L. Cranberry of Miami 1 visited here with relative
: Homestead home In Midland Pa. They were 1s a house guest of her nephewand on Wednesday.Mr. )
. j accompanied honks by their ton niece, Mr. and Mrs. PrestonB.
Wayne of Obioview, Pa., who arrived I Bird. and Mrs. Allen Eaton ot :
, Tuesday to make the return Haines City, spent the week-end
trip. I Mrs. Sam J Davit U IU at her i hire with Mrs Eaton's: motheq
Mrs. Jtmet C VIM, junior Rudolph Flolle was I patient in hire .
A. S.
I home on Farm Lift rd Moye.if
I'James Archer Smith Hospital
Vice-president of the Ladles DivUlon -
'from Saturday till Wednesday' W. T. Atkins arrived
of the Florida V r. W. Mr.Flolle. proprietor of ,the Rudolph ', night from Lewes, Wednma'i
I will attend the midwinter conference i it Galleries of Woodrtock N here with hit -
of the oriinlutlon Jin. 'y., ind hit artist wife are spending daughter Mr. and A. F. ,
23-13 In Ocala. Mrs. Venn also the season In Homeitead. Arthur.
serves M chairman ijf the depart I
ment audit Mr. and Mr*. Vann attended ; Smith has returnedAtlanta a
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller andMlti MissRyby
I meeting of the 13th D's. I
I I b after a via't! here with
trlct of: the V. F. W. Sunday In I Adele Johnttont, tU of Forest her brother-in-law\ and sitter,
Fort Lauderdale. ; Mile, N. Y. art spending the
i winter lit the E. L. Summerset Mr. and Mrs. T. Milton Harris

i cottage on Farm Lift rd. Mrs
I County Agent Chat. H. Steffanl i Miller U a sister of Mrs. Ralph House guests of Mr. and M....
!. returned yesterday from I bull- i W. Klngman. Roy E. Wittenwyler of Goulds
t But trip to Winter Haven. this week were Mr. and Mrs.

}i I Mr. tad M--Paul Z. Camp Glen,. Austin of Verona, Wis.
I The Rev. and Mrt. Jf. F. Me- ,left Wednesday for Washington,
: Crary art expected to arrive Tuesday D. C, after spending I month
toflalt Mr*. McCrtry'i mother
Mr. ,
here with Camp's
mother Mrs Chat. ot ne dresS More it bat unit la
Behreni.> Mrs oeM t complex
C- W. Camp. 1
I I Income Tax'Reports "
r Princeton. I ftntta ol boiioMtef led frofeisioas, e 41.f
f WTM. Lee It on a business trip :
fi f Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Retms 'to Jackson Miss. aU ol which tern the cetJs of the com

Jr., left Tuesday by plan for I EM I "
[ munil). But It U tatque that pharmacy ii
Moorthead. N. C. 'after I visit EqELI
Mr with their parents Mr. and Chick Buyers CHAT: II. nAaRY both a business and protttoa. ,
Mrt. P. D. Reams and Mr. and
A badness bulk service the sick
+ M Mrt. Clarence Hilliard. The Junior on to
t-:: ::= -J'::.: .
Mr. and Mr. Reams and Harold i, :a=:::::E&"...::-. Tax Accountant and Councilor caooot be restricted to swill !"bosintsi boon" The
i Burroughs a Moorehead pilot, ::':.0":.:' .:::- authorized by the
flew here to attend the Miami =:--=,::::.:" =-rr-= I Federal Government. Deed for_medicine and sickroom supplies It usually

air show. Mn. Reams It the. for- :..:n.: ;=-=.== Immediate and urgent la times of widespread illness
titer Mist Virginia Milliard.Mr. ""'110_" --

=:::::Eec = I Supervision of Accounts and the twtntjr-four-bour day seems all too short We art
and Mrs Robert Ward of '" --.-- Monthly Statement ot I
:::;:: ready, day or night, to serve tht pharmaceutical needs .
Coral Gables and son. Bobby,were UGtTN: ,TcHICKSM Operations
house guests Friday and Saturday Me..1 c h' of the community.
sass -.. a CIt I
of Mrt. Ward't parents, Mr.
and Mn. O. W, C.Utln. 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE
I Glades Prescription ShopHOWARD

N. W. lit Street just off

Krome Avenue JOHNSON, Ph. O.

12 North Krome Ave. Phone 84


-K ton had u many rich desserts at t did during U". holidays, I ..
/ou'rt probably ready to settle for some aimplor.less expansive -
ones aww. Sa here an a few to give year palate-and your
r purse weleoeM changes
Corfu QWCKU WELL rtttoma CAKI

When two too favorHM KM totTee Specking of sake ti Spread
tadAAP'aANNPAGMasrAati. AAP'a heufsaa ANN PACE PRR- .
PUDDING MIXTH1M be. 8KRVKS (eaay fever) between:
i tether tie remit aa a fsYsises lien, up weak preserves, and
daet that'll have iientiaj aei..lagtTsperaNd 410 pot eatli sake with neriague Why Worry :
I tit" bf WetaM I n whites with .
."' '' sea:..c"'r a One 4 tbopa. awpr. Make la awderate
! \: stress now even, n* F.. till sterlagat it
T 1 bswae sed" Serves s.i .
i a ? i a "tTtdMlrtolaikf.llk -a add APFLtSAUCI $HoSTCVTP ABOUT YOURFertilizer

A AKLK l : Take a tit train Eve and tempt
PUDDING MIXTURE (vanilla your ananrott wtth apple deaserUl :
'or chocolate) la ttvetfta, easing And take a tip from me red make :
J till smooth, Cook ever-low heat them-IUi I ASP APPLESAUCE Problems?
stirring eonatanUy till thick. Re- when you're ta a special h r17'
move from heat ai won as mixturebrrins It's full of grand.f .
to }>oiL Pour Into serving .'" flavor. hen \ U'M '
dithea, and let 'h\ti 1 cool and partkularl* par- ,
firm. Serve with 4 aerrlngt list to it In this
rwlpa t Combine a '
", TEMPTINO TIMI-SAVKS Z0-ouno ran fAH ]
( "' Vn h"anh light dessert that'a APPLE.
light I work to prepare I serve fruit SAUCE, H cup brown sugar. U
and And of course I let cup crushed graham crackers, 2 Try Reliable
A&P'l pastry chefs bake the eahe tbap,. lemon juice and U" tip Iin.Th.lrOVf'n.f..h .
JANE PARKER stanton Mill well,turn Into treated
'ANC.EI. FOOD KINO and JANE 9x5xS-lnch baking dish, and bake
PARKER POUND CAKE are tows in moderate oven,876..t 25 min. "Redland Brand Fertilizers"1IANU1e'ACTURED
for topping off a meal. Modestly utea. Delicious : ot with
priced, too cream. 4 serving.ANNIE

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Itedland Bead between Avocado and Biscayne Drives


Pianoforte and Theory ? All Popular Mixes on Hand ,
Violin PtanoAccordJon'TURNER'S
Xylophone r. 475 .- 488 .' 575 493! 388 10-0-10 -

Any Amount Organic Desired

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i 214 1 !lour Ambulance Service

Phone 16 Henry R. Prid:en, Mgr. Homestead, Fla.
Phone 270 Hnmeste-tf, FIS:


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,. house of Mr. andMra. and Mra Sidney Hanson nd Mr*. J. R Brrum It expected to
and Mrs. Jtollday guests
:. .Arch Brandenburg MB *< i House guests of M 1.I Louis Ladd. ten Jan I for their return" home this wek>.nd troraOtwlatan
)It. and Mi* H U Brandenburg, A. H. Singleton are Mr Single Walter Petermut 01 Ooulda.Mr. home In Oregon Wla. Owca Heap where she hat been a
It tejlnalng to mend after an ton1 titter Mrt Ralph O. Weaverof and Mr*. Owen Uuiaon Mr. ton la a brother of Mr lytanon.Sldner house guest or her anUi-law anddaughter I

attack at acute tlnuiitl Utica N. Y. and Mrs Mary 1...._...___..._.....__. Hansen It her cousin and I Match.Vegetable . Mr. and Mrs John M.
Young of Clinton, N. Y. --- ------ --- Mr Ladd, bar uncle
Ur and Mr J L. Kulp. owners HOSPITAL NEWS

tof Western Auto Associate Mr*. Wm. a Hathaway of ....................................
Store, are attending the Western Daytona Beach and daughter
Auto spring merchandise show In Linda Anne, hare been visiting Mr. and )frt. Walter Holland
Jacksonville to select spring and relative In Homestead and of Redland are parent of a ton DESCO
summer merchandl Gould born Jan. 10 la James Archer
Smith HotpltaL

Mr*. Matthew Slan, who hu Mr*. Eunice Greene ot Jacksonville Daughters were born to Mr. and
hen a house guest of Mr. end 1* a house guest ot Mr Mrs Max Peabody of Florida City DustsSherwinWilliams
:Mr*. Earl V. Wilson, ha taken' Erma Hall. I and to Mr. and Mr Willie Mathlt
ID apartment In Coral Gabltt.E I of Miami on Jan 11
Mr. and Mrs. J. U Kulp have Mr, and Mrt. Glenn Dennis ot
P. Cahoon li recuperating at returned from a business trip to Red and are parents ot a daughter
recent Illness Jacksonville. born Jan. 14
JIll home from a ,
Among medical patients this
X were Mr*. Craig King. Mr*, JNSECTJCIUES and FUNGICIDES
Wright and Henry Taylor
Come to our store for of HomeslMd Mr naymond!
Hipper ot RedUnd, Miss Jerry 1
Ann W a rt of Prlnreton Mrs tion- Aso'YJI
RFEE nit Ilkella of St. Petersburg and I
James Patterson ot T.vernler.1!
DemonstrationAkaq DomInic Tadara of Florida City
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I STARRING Admission Mfht-AdulU tea Children Itet Matinee-Adulta, '
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I Blacks South of Traffic Light on .. Dixie Hithway ,I Last Times Today: "Time Place and the Girl"
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I 8ATIRDAY Jan 17-Double Feature Program
FRIDAY Jan. 11-L..t Time Tonight at T and I p. m PHILIP REED HILLARY BROOKE In
(Radix two-fiited editor Is on the warpath again)
SATURDAY. Jan. 17-ConUnuon* 1 U 11 p. m. and WILD BILL ELLIOTT (ai Red Ryder)

"ON THE OLD SPANISH TRAIL"In Amertca't favorite linger of (Here aga'n are Red Ryder and Little Beaver to thrill you)

( Trucolor) folk*OBg wiih Hat Horton SUNDAY and MONDAY. Jan. U and II
Serve and Cartoon Monday thru FridayWKAT1:45P.M. "LOVE AND LEARN"A
( breezy lesson In ea.lovln', the Jack Carton way)
Added "Gem *f the Ore.8 Special. Short "Kitty
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JOEL McCRIA and Veronica.LAKE: In TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,3... II and II

(Men a* fierce a* the ttalltona they breed. A story a* exciting
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Ja*. M a II-6h.wi at 1 a I'''. a* the women they fight for)

PAUL MUNI and ANN BAXTER In .uMdI11 to Anns". .*rU.i>

THURSDAY a FRIDAY. I_ SI a II-Sh.w. at t a f p a. SMITH In
(Seething rage they. couldn't control la a guilty love they
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aae Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday January 16,1918.

Ilit i swung Social Events in South Dade . . I


f.. felM Louts Dolores OUv and Webb i5:< fort Pierce and the late Parent-Teacher Associations will i engagement of min Julia Homestead and Redland schools
f Ur Webb He has lived la Home- meet on Wednesday. Jan U, at Irene Wingata and Marvin Eugene A senior at Redland High School,
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WfllUn) T. Webb were united stead for the past nine years and Redland School A I'" .bour program OuUu-1. both of Itedland. I the U close treaaurer. a memberof
t snarriag* k. the Rev. Robert vooletad in. butnese' with N.I I* being leaned to begin .being announced by .... and Mr.I Ue Sweet oounoU. and a mem
t Chapman at 1*:1$ e'clxk Tue I.i :. Lawrence at 10 o'dxk. George Wlngcto, parent of bar of Beta dub' school honor
bride-to-be The wedding will society.
day evening la the parsonage of
WILL BECOME BRIDE like place la the early ML Mr. Guthrie I* a con of Mr and
Florida City Community Churcfc. DOROTHY HARRIS
I I I Miss Winget- a. native ofHomestead I Urt t J(. Outluie of Redland
Robert Smith witnessed the ceremony OF WIt VERDONK IN NOTRE DAME, IND. and attended both, He was born In Miami and ate
I, tended Bay Kick School, before
t The bride WON a hand-tailored. I t.f,. end Mrs Ches. )I. Harrisof .tlon will be held In the Hoi MUSIC CLUB TO MEETIN going Into the army He served
roil| of oft green _woob for the Homestead arc announcing the I Room ot LaSslle Hotel SChOOL AHMTOIIUM more than a yew la the Pacific
ceremony sad for their honeymoon -. !I Mn Harris left this week for theatre.
at Tavernler |engagement and approaching marriage Notre Dame to attend the wedding The Monday tousle Club will -
J the U a daughter of Mr. and, of their daughter Dorothy:( meet at a o'clock Monday eveningIn Mrs. A. r. Arthur wu hostess
I Mm Salvador Olivt of Welt Anne, to WUllam Joseph VerdonkOf I the Homestead school auditorium
luncheon at
I M.vryst, end hu lived In Hun1 Nitre Dame, In'". The weddingwill Mr*. Z. E. Pa6! who has been instead of it the home otMr be yesterday a bridge
I I j stead tine the family moved take place at It o'clock Saturday elected to the advisory board of I *. Sam J. Davis as originally I

her from New York City In 1114".' morning Jan. 24 In Our the Southeastern division of Children planned The change In pl.N... &..............................-
+ Nan Webb If a native of Oeorll Lady Chapel of tiered Heart 's Homes, attended a luncheonof I made neceuary by the illness ofMrs.
Dr. Leonard W. nadia
( and I son of Mrs. William T. Church In Notre Dame A recep- the board members.. and p.Ia'JIII: Davis.Husbands of the club member .1toIoot t. ... a.e..e.ew 1ntw.e lwa
Monday at McAllister Hotel. I I w a.s.seee er
J MRS. BEAM INSTALLED NOBLE GRAND will be special guest at the program I
1M I which will be directed by I IU
BY DEGREE TEAM FROM CORAL LODGE Miss Olga Kent will demonstrate Mrs. Carl Field of the Homestead i < N. K. lit St. Miami Ft*.:
canning methods for members of High School dramatics departmentand i C..ebtdr Ale G.dttn..4 i

//1,, noble Mrs.grand Joe Beam of Liberty Was Rebekah Installed I Blanche Mrs. E. S Chapman Capllnfer, Mrs.Mrs Beattle Belli,: Redland Friday Home Jan 21 DemonstrationClub Those who I department.Arden Richards of the music,, Jo.........PHONE.........t-uu...............:

Lodge Monday night In ceremonies Mrs KlcCrtady.: Mrs. Camber, have been-,having trouble with
It' conducted by Mrs. Barbara Mrs Foster Mrs. Chandler Mr, pressure cookers are Invited to -. .
Hend..,. district deputy president I Smith. Mrs Beam Mr*. Florence 'bring them to the meeting Friday
I : and an Installing staff fromaerved PacetU. Mr* Sullivan and Mr*' when Miss Kent will make any THOU AUTO MAGIC''NASNERt
u Coral Itabckah Lodge of Coconut. Anderson adjustments needed.DUFFY'S
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Crave. Mr* J. T Foster was Installed
vlofgrand; Mrs. Allle,
Degler, recording secretary;
Ploy Camber, financial Mn.I UPHOLSTERING
j Mrs Everett Douberly, treasurer;
Mrs. James S. McCredy right J
t supporter t.the noble grand Mrs
a S Sullivan left supporter to AND TRIM SHOPWe
the noble grand; Mrs. Wm. CHenn
right supporter t*) the v cerand Speelallae hi ALL-PLASTIC BEAT COVERS
( ) N... Kll: Chandler, left OK Furniture aWtobbed. ReeeverM and Remodeled
supporter to the vice-grand; Mrs. Eselwlve, ......|..Or Chest and PeeMeels.
John Lee warden; Mrs. Ceo H. 17 t t
PHONE Homestead 232-J-l ; it
Oann, conducts, Mrs Wm. Smith, : ; ',
chaplain; Mrs Selma Kelts, past (WASHES,
noble grand Ura Ludolt Ander. RINSES '
son Inside guardian; and Mrs. H.. ,
B. Seattle, outside guardian I
Special gifts were presented to ."frj
Mrs. RelU, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs I I aowts
Foster, M.... Beam and all the You Can Save Money !
retiring officers and members of AUTONA6iCALLY ;
4 the Installing itaff. Mrs. Hendrywas
presented with a bouquet of "
gladioli, and Mr*. Harvey SchmlUwu Rent a Locker WASHES
given an award for a year :<
I t of perfect attendance. and let m stock It with WESTERN MATS aad FRUITS *aiVEGETABLES. DISNESa

Palms and arrangement of Or beg from u M you aced them tt-
gladioli were vied for decorationin sttvw, t
the assembly hall and the ban. WHOLESALE .RETAIL
duel hall where assorted sandwiches M1I POtS

On Thursday and erffee evening.were of served last Whole Side of Stew neef..Jb. 35c AW PANS, ) WASHER TO DISHWASHER s

week bekah a Lodge team installed from Liberty the new Re- Western Beef....Ib.55c' Chuck Roasts..Jb: 55c AUTOMAGIOUr WITH A SIMPLE CHANGE OF INNER TUBS

officers of Coral Rebekah Lodge. Hind Qu.rter..1b. 10c Rib Roasts -

Those were who:attended Mr. and from Mrs Homestead Jack Front Quarter ..1b. 45e and Steaks.......Jb. 70c The. Thor Automarjc Washer 1* TWO washers In ONE!

I Zimmerman, Mr and Mrs. Everett Sausage .............Ib.,80c You an buy It ss a Clothes a Dishwasher
Douberly. Mr and Mrs. Wm. C. Try Mr nominee Steaks pie performs
Henn, Mr. and Mrs. E. C Dyars. pared to I mlnetea.Prices Sliced Bacon ...... M.or as an Automatic Combination. It every
of washes' dishes,
washday chore at the flick a
JD. Mr. and Mrs. John Mr
Lee. Pork ...
include Chops .
Dorothy Barker, Mrs. Degler, Mr cutting, even pen lad pant MlCOI<
wrapping and freezing Sliced 70e ...for happier easy dnet...

public Invited to attend PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR TURKEY NOW .tteiar
the first 1MI bridge party of theAltar e .-
Society of Barred Head Graves .Co.4K.
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Church U be held at a o't'"* ,; .
Jut 11 i.. to.cfcurcn tiubhmie ,. ,
Arhere way. be prizes for each Sartfc Die J> Qsck Free Pht, .. .', iBSatw'.A.ft. kpBlf b:?l8J
fie. end retYeahoents will be
br she huateaaes, Mr. PatTftect I t....,..
sad Mr A D. Kramer
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Om V. 8. tUikway Pie 1 Delivery ; '.
Near Le same Rest , :

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elected leader of W. & C. & Circle"
More than one hundred bagttit Mb Taylor. Mr*. W. E. Denham Two which will meet at T:3&

women attended the quarterly and Mr. John Holland reported' Tuesday evening at the home of .

meeting of the Woman' Missionary on the July convention of the Mrs. Virgil Lyon with Mr*. J. r I
Baptist World Alliance which 1.t 1.
Society of the Miami B.pUstAasoolatlon Foster as co-hostess Mrs K. EKing
Tuesday at rim p.ttendedlll Copenhagen. The Rev U co-leader; Mra. J. A Me-I

Baptist Church of Homestead. Waldo Wood promotional secretary IN.II. secretary; Mrs S. T- '
for the aatoclnUon, gave an
hew treasurer and Mrs. "att"I'
Highlight of the meeting wa a
Inspirational talk. Mr*. C a fid- Pierce, Dower: ehalrmrfn.
report no the work of Mis Pay ton, association president pre- Other member assigned to
Taylor association-sponsored: ml" aidedA I
circle for the new year Ira:
canary ia China which given luncheon In the th'l r
was wa served C D. Baker, Mr A. S. Mon .q
by the Rev. P T.Taylor father of socle, hall. ;,D. M. Hogoboam. Mrs.

,Davis, Mr*. W. & Mill ..f.... A.


I *, Eva Collins Mrs A. R. Ill

TODAY FOR HOMESTEAD CLUB MEMBERSClasses ,bem. Mr*. Florence Pail Mil

Lulu & Free Mrs Vlvan Booth.
In upholstering will be. Sarah Hostetter was a visitor. Mrs, Ceo. W. Turner L.Showalter .

gin at 1:30hI.. morning at Red. His Olga Kent, assistant county I! Mrs. Selma t&Oir *

land Farm.ljtbor Supply Crater agent;: showed haw Al' determine B. II. Harmon, Mr*. J. E. Close.'

Mr*. W. B. Caves announced the amount lof pectin In fruit Mn E. Z. Thompson, Mr Zola

Tuesday at a meeting ot Horn. Juice. Mr*. Drawrdy canning! McEen; Mrs O. R. Brown Mrs .

stead Horn Demonstration Club chairman demonstrated the method J. A. Dougherty, Mrs W. Y. Bush, v

In the Future Farmer clubhoua of making marmalade from :Mn. P. Cory, Mrs. C U Schwlne,

Mra. Leon Milliard, Mr James one grapefruit one orange and ,Mn. J. II. Hardy, Mrt. J. L. Bur-

S. McCready Mra. T. J. Fitzgerald,, one lemon tlJII Mrs J. W. EnJIIIMn.. Ivan

Mra. Carl Drawdy and Mrs J. H Swedish pastries, cookies and Moser. Mrs. H. M. Olbbs, Mrs I.! 11 saw

Roberta, Jr., were named to meet coffee were served by the hostesses P. McLean, Mn. P. J. Franklin. Thin'i .B.UrfM.Uen.nla.* l. this utff<4 owl kraut II fIN"

at an early date with a committee Mrs V. M. Orennell. Mrs. I Mrs Oeo. Smith, Mrs Frank'' video a all worthy., Uw liMIt family agar, *r even a......, oompMiy,
from Ritdland Horn Demonstration Milliard and Mra. Caves, I Orlesbach. 'I M...L A larkutl ., gold.. aprtocU Mtrt with roortU .f forest Ghee*.
Club to plan for t booth at circle the Mat tt *nut> bras Antilles for a Wly -.........

the Redland District Fruit Feitlval. I II


Oborne, Mn. B. A. Bachelor and : *. J. "_..IS a HtRH A. K LlrliMwMk I 1 11M ..
M.... J. F. Glllesple were Welcomed I The Dade County Council of I II Present at the meeting wen Mrs Ml M. Of City of Miami T.' .

aa new member Mrs. I I Home Demonstration Clubs was C. A. Bryant Mn. J. E. Camp < r r r.rNja >JOM. : mb A.>n4 D. I.4111... 5.doom l. flM won o>M 4tk oortlf.IroM d.rd .

entertained Jan. 8 by Princeton bell, Mrs. O. W. Draggers, Mr*. 1 a In nr Sol lit* ..> loooo .o..M..
'Home Demonstration Club. Murray, Mn Roy E Wlttenwyler, tl lit ...i.. for I.. dead M Ire <..._ InWMNteim
DADE FEDERATED CLUBS wKk low SfeM CWtlClrato outonwo -
MEET JANUARY tlTh After a business meeting In Mrs Paul Ray Mn. C. D. Smith, Uw following ooMiibnl ,...."',
WILL Princeton Methodist Church, Mn r. M. Henderson, Mn, E C. G lllutlH hi Da" CaMitll) belly t*
Dad County Federation of I luncheon served for the 48 Crawford Mrs W. E. RowelU Mrs va. W"Wll .. Lt 1
Women's Clubs will meet on Wednesday ' was .. Ml o* *
I guest at the horn of Mn. J. L. Ralph Hunt and Miss Miybelle Hlor if for KIM TtMMo W IH.t
Jan. U, in the Coco Plum n.", Nrir' IMI n. N 4Mft
Woman's Club building, It wa:1 Murray. A feature of the day's Home REBUILT I ;:.1OI; Ill fork, Plot Book.
entertainment wu an automobile S. lo Uw CK, Miami,
announced at the business meetIng -, I 0...., of Do4o, state U PtorUo,
tot the Woman' Club of Homestead tour of district farm lands. HOTKB Or APPLICATION FOR TAX w. e5... .s Say Sb5. .. bas t I t TW out of oM vrovortf .04WIk
Dean UMVINI CMIVaOlIt certificate ..... vo to alto mew r
the BlIrTTY d
Tuesday evening In the At the regular meeting of tSMt-Aoki et All I" U>kM>_ ll.UoM 0a0Uh0a ......
Future Farmer clubhout Reservations Princeton club Tuesday Mill digs Cktotor PIM A 11IS4 I Ill to WM OenoM c....... ,ot Redo an d a-.adl.w .o ..... to> deal
be made with Mr Kant assistant county agent Noises I* .Rear GIVEN Met : TrNM No awe will ban* ttiino .0) to* ANN tar ofPokraory
W. Dooikol SMI I, balder of OOMlr T.IOorMfloMol A. D. ltt.IMIot .
A. r. Arthur 'until Jan. 3*. showed bow to preserve citrus Mo. ln Sttl. SMI tot*. 1 .VI> |Mk day of ._", A. D.
Mrs. JOB M =and lira.1 fruit*. Members planned to meet wu a.a, lets, tut **... <;. a7ee.will i EXPERT BODY sad .....
a. D. L..AM.
sti* And test, laws ** lot oWrof
M. F. White were welcomed a*. at 10 o'clock Friday morning, j..*. A. D. INS koi liked agent, lof r..... tf _It C.vS I IBy
new member.The club neobetv Jan. U, to work < A tot dad to loa koool tlniiin. saw N. Co RrathsTr. Do CCIJonoIt
ship voted one hundred per cent owelfl.atamire..* fallnoiliit oov Own seas.4J.
support far..Uv March of Dime MEN'S CLASS espied Steel ta aItoalto OoOOlf of D.+..1 ..... 'Am 0. 0 am ISO" inas. ... I. a II, M .. II, to5)Nil

Present wer* Mrs Jack Jack- I state ., PlorMt, M wttt Uw ....'' ....
,MEETS AT BOLAND HOME Lot I, Meek let rattan* kr
son Mrs Thos. B. Royal Mra. E. *m K. Plot Bonk ,t, Pun ts la tko, or APPLICATION FOR ttirnao

W. Burton, Mrs. John Walton,I( The Men's Bible Class of First =ll of car lad.rlfk.ow, at.1q No.of StT PtorkU.*. TW o.OHM> :1 AUTO PAINTING CIoaptat fail .ArIO .l INIDIHKIM

Mrs. Bruce E. Neublg, Mrs Edw. .Baptist Church met Jan. 8 at the West of wM prapmir Under Uw o.MnoTttflmt nit A 1191.NOTICR .
Krone Mrs. B. J. Martens, Mn. home of Mr. and Mrs L. HBo *, hand IM.... I. UM MM of: oeIat of is" __ CeIttt fM Hall to Mow IIUIIIIY of city OIVP'Jf of Nonk that Mloiol w.

Velma Greene, Mrs Anne Foulk, :land. J. L Kulp Is teacher of the Dade Lau Dmlnom Block IM, rvlfori k. the *...j id MOM .(Mn ml 1,5.koEASY Ibwk Tax Owirinto M*. 411. lw 4 {
Mrs HarrisV. class and R. N. Caldwell presi station. t. A Bubal,>l>UHi Plot Rlook 10.l the lIlt day of "."', A. D. "4t, ln
Mr H. M. Campbell .
real l St, In the Cfvmtl of tied., goat ofUw I'll"at... in v has .J.oopllnlbin +
Delk, :Mrs. Angus McNair, :dent. After a business meeting, t,r..r,t,r N .mLr-r.d In certificate" No.9pr. .I TERMS' 1 for a U!Ir't W b..w4:
Mrs Mrl. Burton, and sandwiches and punch were served' .. 'Jre ameemmt of .14 Property thrn- n. Said CorllHrali. onknr tl.. I, I.Imriiif I.
Arthur I Under ..Id Certificate laws wait 4 / rwrlt iiromtv In ih. d unu -tDad.
Mrs White. by Mrs. Doland.Approximately; the Unw O C. ",,'In... I Coipktf Air IUp I Lot II Slack Ian, Ptitfonl br the am.5.etoil gtrowre.CHEVROLET. .<4 It Hill lit a.. N. Fold I.,
K. A BnkaMolm. Pint "ill 1(1.,, the. ..... In loa m* of Norrt MUr,'IItrarh
REDLAND' NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB HOLDS Pap (I, III the Openly of ,Itad. sate ,fPlorlio The Co tlr of lltado. fcl I No. I ..
as ooikraeod In PI"rMTh.
I I toss.ark.. ....semen of uld pnip.nth I inioioiiol of MM I'M.,..," in
ITS ANNUAL HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONThe nods the Mid Otill 1Io'-i w.. In BIRD the MM onUflMt* vu In th.Mn. nno,. "
MIX of Benjamin F Dmk. R. IIHiuHlftr I
lot n. Block IM, Polrnrd. or for **>. "Is ..rtl Meta .101.... rrh ,s
annual Christmas party for I| fifty personswere tor L. Viol Rook It, Pen K. I. tk I U tow. IHo pri'Mrl> A." "I..I' I iM.rnla
the families of member bf the present Cnontr of D.O.. outs of Florlde, .> CO. will k. Sell too Ihr i I ''I. -
.atoned I* Ortlfle.1. No. .'1.. Tk.uoomMOt U the Court lloim d.r i" t
Redland Neighborhood Club was : of HU under the Moss I. the ownUi vf 'eleven, i I"U t

given I Jan. 7 In the Lions Den. I I' Mr. and Mn. Thos. W. Carter, of Mid 0.Certificate... 1'n.loiutd *..."f. Ih* MM none II Homestead, FU ,Which ll thin the flub IM our My of of _IM.ri,.OM1,,. I.,
The banquet table was deoorated of Venice CaL. wr dinner guests Lot. S to 4, Nitric ITT, Pvltonl kK Uw H. LKATHKHMAN.Clork I
in the Christmas motif and gifts Friday evening of Wm. T. McConnell &%a. setae L, A s.bdirblaa. rut P-11 '"f Clrrult (I ,.t,
ot Did.. ".... I& Ptw ,u
Fare ft. In tk* Count
were exchanged around a lighted ,, Jr., at the home ot his of It. ,........., M embraced U ...... :1.cR B O
Christmas tree.NARANJA : parents Mr, and Mrs, W. T. McConnell N*, IN' The ...'.neat of saw .'apart order IM MM Orllflntt logged VM lath. .
moor. tko O.M. Carol issued en In .-. M. 1H7. Ilia. S. 0. It IllART'S
. of Dade D..l_ IB
Mr. Carter, who is visiting MM < %
the ft H. O H'-Ior.'
here with his parent, Mr. and Lea niork ITT P-lor4 kr Lot I. all III. Fawned k* the am,.
O. E. S. FLANS I I the ai, -I'L.: Pint awl It. Pan M, lortloo O, A *uMlvl.l CHICKEN SITTER JAN. SI Mrs E. A. Carter, and the junior to IK* CO.MT of Do O. I,Mr McConnell were schoolmates .. *Mkro<*d ,. Certif/nt. No, ..... Tie noTM*, M embraced is certificate N..
NaranJa Chapter of the of WM oroportr ,tiBoor UM IT)*. Tlw e.-e.m.a of" MM' P raaortr
E. S. will hold a chicken pilau ,here and renewed their friendship ::;-n..U kMoi was In Ply MMof wader tko MM Cm: b.M ...... WM !to
o'clock ,:during the war when Mr. McConnell Dade, IIM.Lot tits HIM of 0. *. Utksr I
upper from 8:30: to 8.30: was stationed in California I, Rio* IM, PlIfoH. kr IM sea. Lot e. Block 1st, Fulrord kf Uw him.':
on Thursday evening, Jan. 13. at .*.. L.. PIM Book I*. PM It ta llOonOU ... Beetle O. A :uMlvltloo, flat &e ik |l
the Perrlne Community House. of Dodo, atoto of FtorUU. O. oovkroool I Poe IT, hi C..ny of Dooo WM ofn
lo Oonlflr.10 N. Nil. Th. notoin. rti, M ..bread li CMtfloBM: .
Tickets are now on sal by chapter I set ot 0>M) OI.Hrlf ender ..* olidCorurlroW Tho e.emm..l of omM Property:
members kioooi on k> tko MOM of User Ik. MM Orllflralo bans was to PAINTSHOP
BUDDED CITRUS; Dade XJoo.loB.rn, to*. alto o L 1a. __
AVOCADOS and LoW S t* e. .M tUl. 11... '''. ftl Lot IS, Mock IS4. Paired or UK lot.loj. .1.i
Mr. and 111- William', ford or ok* Bio, am. L, Pal Book I alt' O. Plot am> te, ,... IT, ta _
MANGOSeeehblg rose all M Iko Co ol of Dada I1way of Doo. wow of MorWi. .
entertained at dinner Wedn.adl11 Hortdn? ovVo.ol lo Cortllloito uttM. > mMOJ hi Cortirioilo No. STM. Tko:': i

evening in honor of MA and Mrs I orders now for spring ooMla. Tk**..oiiniionot M. 4JonlflM of laws Mid p e apey Ie nilw Grtifbaa aNd baud Property VMS Is_1M .me alto old Mu Dupont

Harry Holloway ot Midland, Pa. I plantings.Oraaaeatals alto wssod Oslo -. Ina .1I.
Other fiiesta wart Mr. and Mn.K. L.b 2. web s9. r..'...d by tItr ... l.- Ir:" ....u .. e.eaad! Duco Dulux
W all blade.VALERIE' San, L. Poe Deals 11. Paw .., Ie tItt ..ewdlo* a low, alto psupmr .mnii
B. Bell ot Mndello and Midland Coootr of Von. Nate of Ptortlh. W onk will W sja.14 I.M *....... .
and Wayne Beglln of Ohio Agnew k> OrUfUl Ho S 4S. The OOMOI. .14 alto 0-rl Rare dew as .., ,23tooinr
met said. re party enter tile BiMftntlflrot hi Uw month of M_,.,. !.",' Auto Refinishing
view, Pa. Sunny Grove issued wn. ta Ik MM '"* .rnMl k tile Sod 4or of Fellow". )M..
Dade _'""". IMIx Deal .
this MAO day lt
T.CloFi .
SS Blork I,.. Falters kr the *.. IL 1..rm'r WRECKS REBUILT
NURSERY Bortloo M. A ................. Plot Book II It. of sera M", 1
14 S Ml Wed ., Final CUt Pare ... kt the 4)ooMr of IIt .29 ..f PVrhlo. M .oro.l to OorUfloiMNo. b It.eaTotat P1.64.a
PHONE "_.W H7t. Tk MUHIIIM ot ioU (c...... Otero 101 N. ROME AVI.
I ender lie o.M OorUfloil knoww VM lo (Bo, 14. SHY ,...
- --- MM of Rowe Floor.Ut I t a. IS. fads),
II. Block ".. Fall kr the BM.Sootloo .
A Bnkollbloo, Plot Book Jt I
1 Pus ..Nl. Ik. Ooooln W Don., as.J,
rVncMn M OBi.roind In Cntlltat Mor .
Let U* TU You About . >at.Tko ooiMoiont of o>M nuliik I

ULTRASOL Scalp-Treatments.awl Arlhrifis Pain Walker & Fales i iitNaafi i

f*r Mea 'tVEtta's ,
For ule nthibllullr Mmfordnl Mo (ot .
p..1 MM ot osseous Arurlti,
MoorRfct LnnM***,..... .*.ot rMraKI try
Bo>ln4. WorU thnmtk Ik*ktooil.Pint dam \
Muollr uru oUTtoUm Pain w TO* oo* PLUMBING
Beauty ShopUT8TA1RS voik,o. *r IU.wd .seer sea*oBlorubir.Ool .
ioBrio1 nl theta{.Un,. Qul... -
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i .- '" THE. LEADER-ENTERPRISE- Friday, January 161948.


: ./ GIVEN DimTUOAT PAJtTT I I DONT ,* U The Ccwalry Kllcbetu V. .. No. L tpa"iU Fire Tewtr,

Belay Summertett, daughter of CMXSS ywi hare all ....ute. Jvat like .kern* ellH 4 e elUkeaie
t Social Events Mr andUn. E L. Summersett I
marked her eighth birthday annlverury !- I waah.
Jan S with I party atSummerertt I
Grove on Farm Life
rd. June Wa ion and Neal Turner!

t :MRS. FRANCIS GIVES BUFFET LUNCHEON won the prtte for pinning the I'
tall on the donkey. "Birthday cake
FOR WORTHY MATRONS OF DISTRICT 29I .let cream and punch were aerved REDLAND MILLWORK

Present, bealde UIOM mentioned,
Mr*. Ernest BFrancl*. worthy Prlecllla Vaughn of AllapalUh I were Jean and June Fogle Mary M. E. rOTTER, JR, From
J matron of Ad Astra Chapter of M.... Gwelda Cm, Mr*. DorliNlcholi Lane MacDonell, Jane Turner
I the O E8 WM bott... Wednesday Mr*. Ethel Conner and Sandra Lovell, Suaan Kendrlck
it a bufft luncheon for U* Mr Helen Field 6f Miami, Mr I Ann Ray, Ann Maree Peteraon Window and Door Frames, Kitchen Cabinets,

Vol.uUiy matron* of District {*. Mildred Scott of Oouldt, Mr ,Bob MacDonell, John and Jim Millwork
Cha C Turner, worthy patron of Violet Ourre of Coral Gable* and Cilderwood and Edward Sum General
Ad Artri. wu I ipec'tl fuett Mr*. EUle Collln of Miami Beach. 'merlttt.C .
Cover were laid for MM.TTW. Cor.'S. W. tat 61 and, 4th Aw.. Homestead

MRS. R. SINGLETON GIVEN SHOWER (0>jMr lle Seabotri Track)

The bride doll and lit trowaeau. Mr*. C. R. Singleton wal honored Mill Dorla Slngletort anlsted in
which the V.T. W. Auxiliary Friday evening with a thower!I aervlng raspberry Ice cream tart' .
pUnned to *ell before Chrirtmtito given by Mr*. H. D. Fylor and and pink and blue Iced cake'I
ralM fund*, will be auctioned Mr*. A. H. Singleton at t the Redland Dlitrict FruitFetlval. of Mr*. O. A. Halnlln. Pink alter Present beside thoae men Auto Repairs
auxllUry member! decided and gladioli and blue fern frond tioned, were. Mr. Jeiae Soper,
Friday night It wa. explained were iiied for decoration. The Mr*. Sam Engel, Mr Ivan Moser
that tile origin MonicacMl honoree wa. given a conage of Mr*.. Ralph Weaver Mr*. Mary
WM found edtoto be damaged pink carnation and fern. The Young Mr*. Fred Kufeldt. Mn.
nd wu the factory, gift were presented In pink I M. A. Baker, Mrs. Bessie! D. Cast WE SPECIALIZE IN
and the replacement did not reach and white decanted: basket ,and Mis Mary Engel.
.here In Urn for the holiday ia1.Ie.NI'I. Contest prize were won byMr Gifts were aent by Mn. JIM.Lo : .
I Jame* C, Vann and 1.11'1. *. Robert Cast and Mr*. Jimmy "*- Mr. Gotch Kufeldt and HUDSON SALES
Jamr B. Fatherree *ere appoint.ed Kritzbaum. { Mr*. Antoinette Singleton. SERVICE
to meet with director ct the
Redland District Chamber of

feiUval booth for the auxiliary.It BY PAST MATRONS OF NARANJA 0. E. S.II
wai announced that Florida! THURMAN MOTORS
now ranks iccond In the nation Mri. Tom Chapman baa been

In the aale of Chrlitmai aeali to elected president of the Put Matron NOTICE or ArriirxrioN rot TAX II
benefit the V. F. W chlldren'i *' Club (of Naranja! Chapter DEED
horn at Eaton Rapid. Mich. The of the 0. J:. S, and Mr*. Walter I Ch.pUf No ttott A-Art.II4H of 14. *
atate had formerly ranked forty Peterson was re-elected: *ecretarytreuurer. NOTICE II HEREBY CIVKM th.t 0
I eerenth. Le.d Ovum .
H* tin. loiuod Uw do
Eleven cnemben were present I..... A. D. .*... .rof
kw flM
(< Mn. L. H. Greer, who entertained MOW !
. rII off!... ..d .... __ ....11..*_ W* I.H ..rI ler.IlTU.X.ED
i I' the club Friday evening, ,.. ..... Ie ... Ioouod ,.....3.. ...>.'.
MRS. AiTnn PRESIDES 'aerved Oertll....
stuffed Uw
cheese cracker*, fallowing dot
, '. AT ACXIUA1T MEETING mINd ._, I. .... Cell.., ., Dode, 0 FEEDS
'reler,, olives, pineapple tipilde- ..... ., Florid.. .
I Mr* A. T Arthur, chairman, cake and coffee. Present, beside I II ft lot II. mock'4, it. ,...
presided at mMtlng of the Wo- those mentioned, were Mr. and r-rk.- -Plot eo.Book..&, 4..,Pan UKU.41. iuuTW AOJOK. THI FEEDERS' SILENT PARTNER
I' man'a Auxiliary of Homestead Mn. Walter Thompson, Mn. Lyd- .1
I Presbyterian Church onin.. > la Ssyert, Mrs. Olen Edward, uM lUMIMIlot. of Mid ftafttif Uaw
'. at the home of Mr*. C. F. Bob>inaon. Mn W, O. Talbott, Mr*. Frank A. .. II.wrUflo.1...... VM In Uw urn* INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZERS
Mri. i. M Holferty conducted Walker and Mr. Greer. v.lM OiU OMrliflMU oklll U noWnwlOMordlnt .
U .... Uw _rihrtUion4 Quality Product l we t prUe*
the Bible rtwly and Mr*. A. F. KroporMP,... .
t The dub will meet with Mr will W onU te ktekort .kid<<
I Darling read an article on the Feb. 13. at tin Court BOOM oor oo ttw flrol BUSINESS PHONE 752 WE DELIVER
Thompson ion lII..d.r hi tK. MKII* of rMinury, UU.wtilrk .
Congo, Mr*, R. Y. Burr waa made .... .
chairman of the committee to oW IIoiI tft of _..... IMT, -
: aerve supper for the Presbyterian Honed, were Mr*. Bruno Schmidt, r 8. LKATHKKMAN WE ARC IN TIll: KEDLANDS TO SERVE: TOO.
Clork of ClmUt Court,
, Mr R. E. Trotter Mr C. B.Plunruner
Men'i Club on Jan. IS. DUo Cranlr, 1"Iorid.Clmlt .
Homemade cookie* and ooffee MM. W. O. Robertson,I ew- W. & oTERBETT, B. 0.NOTICI ran TIT
were served.Preeent. Mn Hilda Jotuwon and Mrs. E. ( (Dee. I.. 1'.7:' I... I. L I" 1141) Redland Feed & Supply
bcaldet thoee roen- J. Norman. I


Ckoptor tf07 DEED...Art. of 141m.
I AI lIa
L. A. 0Mi_ of CIlT of Mortkmuni
Ue S. Army & Navy Surplus Stores BoH-k T'a. ConiriMto Neo 414.
kouM Uw ft* <.r of AtwiMt. A. D. 1(44kM .
fllod. oaoio hi ftf vffloo' ftnd kwmoo. "\ The DIg Ones Dite"FLICKER'S
(pollooUoo for o taD oW4 to kofcouo

Opp. F, E. C. Freight House Phone 785 !.... '*....tkorooo...1.. aoUCortldnU. ,_ooiknwoiCoontr I. Ihl!
of I>MM, BUM of riorMo. ...-
*CM'of. Tinmtito'4.r BoMk.\w : BOAT LIVERY

_1.1.. APfW -. .. ... .It'l.
UM Cltr of Mortk Mloml ..
White Navy Pants. .. .. .. . .95 I Couoty of Dodo 110.. of riorido. P. O. Bos II .
I Tko _t of _U IIKIOII lr .
th. Mid oKttflrow *o> ta Uw I IMri '" Rock Harbor. Florida i
White Navy Jumpers . .. ... 95 MottM ONrfl.wo .. 'I
u. oiM oortlfk U iMIlM -
I .. .... _... Skiff and Motor |UI taboards, |(..HgkUfsi .1

GI Fatigue Jackets. . . . .. ..1.25 tkorot/oHII: Uw Coort kooild MOON to door UM kWw* Uw* fir 11-foot, fLSI; l-f ot, 1W '
11II...... h tko oMKUi of roknoiT, I..
wtI.... b tko Iml du of rkroor(, IM.1
I t WAC Fatigue Jackets .. . .. . .95 Dotot Uu ITtk B.4>.r. of LKATHERHAN.DorrmWr,
CWrk of Clrnlt Coort,

t Sun Glasses (Polarized).. . . ..1.95 (CI1t c...III'.. .If..Podo.11 c. aTl.IIRnT.Coootr. PlorUoDONT >>. 4

,_ ... 'NO. ... . ....II,

Commando Knives. .. . .. . . .. .1.25 Bruce's Block Co.

Compasses, made by ]ou(ani Be 1JapB I (at Naranjt Rock Co. Quarry),

Waltham Watch Co .. .. . 1.75 f


For News of Homestead and South Dade Bead Your Orders Repcctfutly Solicited!


In Dad County: 3 mos, $1; 6 mos. $150; 1 *., $2; HOW YOU Wilt

In Dade County: 3 mos. $1; 6 mos. $150; 1 yr, $2; BENEFIT BY READING


Data because the condition of your DIIS1IAI scaa MI III'OI. v. .. floW ,..... II
Heenetteatl Leader, body affect the ttate of. your .. '
aLJ. ::..r: :: = =
U N. IT. Third SU IteneMeaJ. Fla. mind, If perchance you are art "= --.., tocIe ......
uvw up to par. It la uawiaa anD _"" -lie'=' ......................
1M..... n.. ._ ht wUob .Uaai (MO the Ua4erfr ....... ....... --.
anneceaair: for you to tuffer In ........ ..
..atlll) let silence Call and learn how and c:: :: :: = PH
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why chiropractic: keep* peoplehealttr
-and therefor) happy -'.:;." U :.-:::.: ......... :..-. ... Me The o.tettoot

1// p. :BOX Dr. R. J. Elliott

CtTT AND STATE t *Ulra 'Brew... p "

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Friday; January I -- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

1'UM ..- of Ana A. SrH.Ul MISCELLANEOUS:
LEGAL NOTICES II Btonk I. rolfor or IM ..., -1 1I I
II ...... .. A Bok, Plot Book H. .....I I
MOTtCB.OP AJJ 'LrrATION POI TAX I... ta tile 0.... of Doo, ..... ofrVrUi. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING COME IN and see our tine **5erUon -
DUD .. Swamped to CortlfltoM INS I of I blanket. Bu ,)ll'1 Dept
M. ..... I ..i. TW .Pint .4 MMooor pteert1
NOTICE u BUNT OITIN THAT. ,, ..Mil CnrpmtiM, bolds M,' IM MOM ol DOM Pomoporm. IM. IS a ..... It paid is t'TMM I** B _
mlnm ml Ov tl Mead Tae CkrMft. ...M.a..sate. .. Bkct b.lPlt >r4l kr I; W. Will convert your old style
.... Numbered IMM. dated the It* .ta IM B, AP. ttoMPwn 'J' !
.f I.... A. D. took has MM said Or- It I. tic OOMII *f DOM, SUM ilFlorMo. CARDS OF THANKS IF you're ready to buy that new treadle sewing machine to a
.. ta tes Office. .w IM M* M M >nM4 ta OortlflroM No. I Croaley call 818W.HEADQUARTERS modern electric for US. Hanli
M.llr.t4o. tr tea dew to Itesa u.- Ill. The OOMMMOIK Of MM prapalawader Refrigeration Co. Ph.
I. 40m Who .... SMO..M Cectlfhte MM 0M OorttflMM bawd WO. taUM We with to thank everyone forth IM. Old)
_.._ tic tall.wlaw described Mmr of N. G to_. 1 I for glace work
I. De40 ,. 1orioIo.praprq.sawted ...... Lou 10 A N Slash II. PioVonl or IM....! kindness shown to us during shoes. Burton'i Bargain Basement ,Singer Sewing Machine reptxaentative -
Let I. Bill 1. N.w Him. MM City t Section H. A lab, PIM Honk I. Pan ITM the illness and at the death of will be In Homestead
I Ita I I I
of Idiom IM OOMMV of Do* BtoU of PlorMm
County d I
.--.. **, nut d an ..Marl CorMftooM No. ate TWMM our mother. Mmday and Thursday etch week,

:-ap-owmA tl MM ftep.rh mnW ....-r...d.. sale It peaI..4ty wan, In bade of ,Mw.d tic0. OUv., John Esther and I Acre*-S In tomatoes 0to Write Stager Sewing Machine ("n..
V"._.. V.... MM WON cord .... ....11 rf TlMMIM Wllkf_. Ot ... Mates Leigh. Ooulda near Quill Roost Richard I 34M N. W. 17th eve, Miami, Fla.
be , sswrdIs law. gas dead Uu tA ... Block M. P.I for* WIM Cottle Rt 4. Box (8, South Phone 2-7808. (JK-M)
'. VIII Isar th w .: I 1 I Bro, Borlfao. C, Aaa+4t4, A Rub
w 11.d & Mausoleum
Jaaarr D. ley d Pl.l leak n, Po.* t. ta UM OMolf of Cemetery Miami.! Phone 4-T479. (pj 3)
D.W 'Ji. 't Dodo Bttte oT PlorMi, M, ml.ru4 I.rrllflraK I.I. I. I I!, WATER PUMP SERVICE -- All
17th ,
D. "t. of no-ber. A..I N. Ma "... o.....m.M ..fuM Woodlawn Tail Cemetery :i I make riione 148, Homest cI
For Sale 1(41
ft. .'". UATHItR'; 1 "rornr, uiMlrr IM uU Ortlflroir i 4doorl
"". Music &
cleat W Clrrull OMut Maud: wu l Ie UM MM* oT VooarrMol J280 S W. 8Pi St. Miami sedan, special de luxe. Radio. Appliance Co.. 28 N.

Dad. OMMT.M PMNda !Prep, VTmork: I I Phone 4-76S4 Private $9.1. Ph 337-W Krom av*. J16U)
D.o.l Lot tl. PulfnrW the BM.BorttM
N N. C. ; ,lA I I -
( Coors STERRETT. C. A...... A '''''. Mil Book wide selection of cemetery after S:30 p. m. or tee Lamar 'I VISIT our Yard. goods
: II. Part I. n Mu of Dad., stated at moderate prices available from t
tt. Jan V. UthSt
1X7. t. I. It. H4") n rMo, M wale d lo OnlflmnNo. Dickinson, JrM ISO N. urton....
of MM large untold cemetery acreage. OflU)
I>KED POt TAX Un MM Corrtdnt issued was taUM Community mausoleum of 2,724 IF YOU HAVE: anyhmf: to sell'or
ChMterAH.. Mm nf Din Prv Co.. nlcbH. MILK GOATS bought and 'old
fit mi I .... crypts and If need .
BM you
I Lot 1, Block II. r.I' ky the nythlnult
NOTICE toFl A EREBYGIVEN Section C, A...... A Numb, Plot Hook Goat milk for tale. C. N. Cook. the Swap Shop. W* buy mut-
KolA ....1. ....... W OMMy TM Oerell that I(t. PM* ta u embraced f Dooo RioxrV FOR RENT Mi mil N. E. of Princeton (pJ23) 'reisrs In food cond flan
HnrMi. stoves
ri.ii* Na. "TM. lead UK ta OrUflnt* ,
I..... A. D. told. 10. ,bled came Ill dv t. crt No. H*. TW .__t of MM .-. let boxes, etc. The Swap Sh! ip,
IMF RENT Bedroomi with FRAMES mad to order*-large
01'..., ad hot under UM MM Cirlirkol IMOF4 wo. taIko
tar dad to loa ..made..... appl/alkn--. Data for Cwo a .oin* of DIB tfevtlonrn, I.... !Iron privileges Mra Ada aelectton. Flaglrr Fotoihnp. S. Flagler Ave., Hometead. Phone
Lot 1f. Block Pnlforo' or the BM, 4117.
7144 Wl. _"r_, the the II. J24-M
lallowln. 4a. .
Stilted I. Herb. C AmmoM. A Bilk, Plot Book I !. 12th at. Ftirlda Cites
state dr I"InrIda, ...the..11 I Cooper M Dad. I u. For a, in the Count, of Dm*. BUM I:Ph. 837-J. (pjle] ) FOR SALE: New CBS 2-bedroom HAULING- kind. Homestead
Lot ,4 FVH4I M *ori>mro4 In Ortlffeot' any
II. Dior 1, L ANA >.. home, cedar-lined closets till
r."- CM B" Pl.t Book ", fOT |, No., ill. TV toMMowot of god fmr- FOR RENT-Untun'shed aparttnent Transfer Co. Ph. t34. (liSt)
kitchen and bath. 150 tl front
Section" R. ort, under IM MM rrtlflrol* laud WM
BONN. If Iett Towahlp_..hilnc Iaouu I ".... I. tM ....... of Dorothy. C. BhtwIrt. I Ph. 218. (Jle! age. Owner. Ph. 17 -W. (tfn 14) LET US SUPPLY
Fulford the your
'- I- the fit II A el Block ky
final. M ........... County Dods. I' k>.. Brrtlo D. A Buk. Pint Book 0 FOR RENT IS glade laud log niwds. Largo stock of tropical -
TIle Pen It. ta the Cmii.t ft Itaih slate ofFlorid. acres HEAVY DUTY 14-ton 1944 Ford
.at d saw ..... :
IM ... .u'1e' w. /.F the'p..tp_ dI M ooiwmd ta tertlflMto I N* I I I on Krorne .ve., between Silver truck used very little guaranteed and ornamental plant It
I. Is. "01'....,.. I'*" TIle s.wsant of sold rroMrty m.tfr Palm and Coconut Palm drlvet. perfect shops Electric welder special price Ketnleln Nursery
Dales . UM MM OrUflot Owned WM I. the
MM wrtlflnl K I be ode..dMaordtoo
to the" Property nom of Dodo Dor, O. Phone Homestead at S47 (d26tf) welding supplies, S metal cab- I Coconut Palm Dr. and Comfort
Un .i* win' :MM to IM klxlwrt' =". UK M black M. P..1,... by IM .... I inet kitchen sinks. Navlleo Bros. Rd. Phoge 443-J-l. (o4tf)
M UM Court ROM tor M UM tint ...../.. D. A ..... Plat Book a rose OIL FOR RENT-ROOMS. hot bath
H nd.p In UM Month of .._,,.. l.... ta the County rf Do.... Blot* of FlorMi Florida City Ph. 283-:. (dlJ-U)
which ta the god day tf r...rMir. IK.. M omknwo4 ta VUflroM Nth Ill TM with tub and ahower. Sam J. r
Dated this . saeam.nt crt saw' pnpertp ender ,lot.Davis Farmlife rd. Ph. & INCOME TAX .
ITdi jk t t DwMiMr '. Fir SALE or RENT-20 A. fine
R B'Y.THrHAN.: saw eminent r.-..4 WM In tile km HEADQUARTERS
Clock oT ClraiM of Cku M Torton. (82..J-3"t glade land on good road NivllloBros. -
I IMitounlr, riorWCor Oowl, Lot *: ..* St. Polfonl fcr the D... Florida Clt,. Ph I W. C. MORTON-Operatlnii
'Ttlt"r' Wttan R!:. A Sub Plot Book I. Pin U, 10 acres glad land for 2834.1GOOD ECONOMY TAX SERVICE:
? 2.I1
(Cheek In the County 0 !> >, Blot rf F7.rlda.So .
( M H4T. f... I. e. 14. 1IW.) .......... Onlllr.1. No. ..... Phone Navlllo Broi. radio. It35 I 201 N.I. lit Ave., Homestead
of MM' nrttMrty under the City Phone 283-J. ( "nI.l Dodge: sedan Rood running) rtvwa 244.R
condition. Ph. 3S7-W. (081.f)
Chapter 7Art. W IMI 1x4 II. Rock M. ,. .., by the Son.Bnrtlon FOR RENT-New half bsg I
R. A Sib Plot rWr*. S, raw UIn ment mixer. Grlggt. Roberta rd. COMPOST $4 per yd. at ranch SHIP. CORPORATION
and Plummer mi. of
between Bauer 1H out Princeton on
.. No. .... The
Ruh Noel, holM of county Tn; Ce.ft < 10. *lo Certificate
tll..t_ No. ".. I". lit, 414 .1. "I auawm..t d saw' t..r.rt If Bader the)drivel. (Pd26) Coconut Point dr. (n2l-tf) I SPECIALTY.
ON. ttt. in, at. it, i4i age MM Certificate" oinH. WON hi tk* M_ BOOKS
DNA MR, loud the .:1..: of JlIM, A. of Nn Mloinl I rloirfi Un C*. WHIRL-PIRATE MOWERS for Completely furnished Immaculate :
D. .*... km filed MM I. mf office' and Un1.Ai1 saw Orlinnitoi itilll h* ro. I I
too* .ppl"'*'''''> for n ton deed U be 4wnw nroorrilnc fA U*. tk* I*,l .rty 1 I rent. Glade & Grove Supply CBS Guest Houae on U.S. Office noun I to
Irar4 t *... loW Certificates ** ..... tkrrilfi will ko ...'. W Ik* kink.OH .1Co.. Homestead Phone 2M. (o3tf) No 1 (downtown Homtte); II :
the folbmhiK oMrlk4 1.1Ad..t. the Court How nVnr ontkl midnight
Comity :sat D4o Rote c/Florid.rmpvrtIn: lo will the fleet "' .....** In the most. of rob double bedrooms, I baths; beautiful
rill Book i. rn IT sheet" I, BuMI.jWon roars A. V. IMS "' '''to |> the tad del FOR SAM I furnishings and splendid in -_.
trf Tad )t. serous It, T.wwhlp of rru.rr, A D, IMID.U4 .
-.... Rnxtn 4* Ku Sustaining 10 this UM ltd d.0 of Pocrnrinn come. $27,500.Completely WE ARE EXPERTS In the at- of

,"* 5m..1 "* '. the County d 00"'". A. D. II4T. IC R. UtA'mnN"If. FOR SALE-I Farmall 12 tractor equipped poultry plant reproduction Let ui copy and

sate W* Th u a-s=..It *Ortlfl-t iM Clort Ctrmlt >nrtYMMO 1 tandem disk t tractor plow.)II (broiler); owner's large home restore your old photographs.

Downy Under the said certificate Lard ftool.ty'BTEBBRTTClrroH Wrlrfl trailer t mower 1 completely furnished; adequate Flagler Fotoshop (pJlU)
N. C.
was In the name of Pnnk B. Hunt Ry Mrs.l
B14 ct Trut 14, Plat ( Covrl Bill ,'small Avery plowa. Phone equipment for 49000 broilers;
lie Bk 0 I. Buhdlvlrlon' ./ .I".tP.:.. (t>M. 14, 111, J... t. I. 14. 1141)) .E. Bashor, Homestead 256-M. pleasant home and landscaping. SEE OUR oil painting of the
--I M Sralk ..." 41 Rut, j ID Florid Keys Flagler Fotorhop.
I (116-23) $47.500.
I Aom MOT nr Im In UM County i
M Dade, SUM of "Iari .. u nkn. ..l
/. Crtfl.. 6-ln. U, S. No. I Highway frontage GROVE WORK done at senilbl
t* No. |*| Tk MOTWimt '"fMUI [FOR SALE-UM ft. Irrll'.I'
property ads the sow' Ortlfir.l. S. L Kendrick t'Jn pipe. United Metala ) Store, home fruit Bland\ prlcei. Mowing, dragging and
1-u.JI m. In the per of liar R. Smith IBS ft frontage $13,000.
fertilizing. Avocado for
"I P. O. Box 237 Miami Spring. f
eta: i.. Hi..* A, AI_....*, A * Flit Bank a?. Pin I, In the sumo at
(corner property) 9000. Waldln. $1 09 each. $1.71 planted.
Dodo. state o"( riorUi. H _b...>4 In
.(.oo1IfI...* No lit. Tk *MO. _01 of 400.1 I!ASPHALT TILE can give permanent Desirable business comer New grovei planted or will remove

Mw loved.'nvwtr *"4ir the MM .CerUfkete' Birth CerUflrair tri4 ethic beauty and durab'llty to 471 ft frontage $5,500. old trees and replant. Wind
w.n Uw of A
mm O Pink
Lot It, Block a, tn, : .r..lttlwtt1 and wit- al-noit! any floor. Nothing IB better 889 ft Boned for tourist and hurricane damage repaired,

BMhgi A. A Ink, Plat 'U'It fin := for covering those untidy concrete court ,.. ..._ _. 10000. and trees righted. Grove dlaclng.Sorenaon .
t4. In the ..
Cmntr of Did It. of
PVrMi, 'uinibn... In Ortlflcil" Ma.nW 11 II flail*. For free estimate and Furnished 1-BR home In Florida and Kramer, Phone 4JJ-

474.. the The uM Corllfltito, of, said based prepwtt WM SO-In Odd Fellows I4t. InitpecJ'on!' of I color. _samples call! City$4.250.Furnished .M-2 or Z80-W. (o3tt):

S18-W write '. O. BOX 181.
2-BR horn In Home-
I SPECIALIZE weddlng'siw '
.! (PJ16)BRAND atead-$3,850. WE In
f neat quality por'ralU. Flal- r
,Completely furnished S-BR CBS
NEW Domestic portable ler Fotoshop. (!JSllf!)
home ((2 corner Iota) In Homestead
'. i I" lew'n, machine 113. 110. Only!I -
one left. Harris Refrigeration Co. for $10,500 WE DO, reliable watch repairing;
I For these and other 'Red-
Jle) many Wood Jewelry. McCrory Ar-
NOTICEThe I land District bargains, cade. (a22tl)

FOR SALE-About 850 2-year-old See RICHARD FUCKS (E. L.

; seedling mango trees in gallon Cotton Realtor)-Ph. 448 OUTBOARD MOTOR REPAIRS

cans. Suitable for grafting If 1 Airport Service Station & Gi.

field planted. $209 for the lot Ph. Real! Estate I rage. Ph. SIM.
73420 ;101 N. E. 88th St., Miami. HOUSE for $8,500 one-half cash.'.
pits listed below should be used for the J18) 80 ft frontage on good at. SEE ALEX LANIER for well

FRAME BUILDING and 4 lots, drilling Comer Krome ate

disposal of wastes by the residents tn the Southern Ford on Tractor..__ _.. .._,18300 $?. -terms. and N& 10th .t Phone 538W.

; 141 Chev. J dr. _.._....._ ._. 97500 HOUSE AND 25 ACRES part I I art work.
1(37 Dodge Cpe. .... .. 2(300 to WE: DO Commercial
part of Dade County. others- planted frov Right price I I nailer Fotoshop. (JSltf) '

i i Many and terms. --- -.

The Longview and Lucy Street, I Nine 4-car acres garage In grove.and tenant Price houae.1 NEW ROOF ROOFS REPAIRSRoll AND

.' west of Homestead. 1I.IM PEPPER PLANTS far sal. <000< -$11,000 cash, balance roofing, gravel shingles
purchaser at 8%. I Ule and metal roofs totalled.

> Phone 4IS-I-L FRAME HOUSE good condition, Guaranteed workmanship by II-

partly furnished, fronts oiled censed and Insured rocfen.

,. The pit on the south. side of Moody v street, $7500. Half cash; balance FREE ESTIMATES

I $50 a month, 8% Interest

Drive between Pint f Island Road and i JITTER BUG suite and paotl. 3-BEDROOM HOME furnished Guaranty Roofing Co.
i | tailored fay Belmont Burton'sI $8,400 4)3,400 cash, balance

State Road 563. r I Bargain Basement easy terms. Phone 237HOMESTEAD
I houae.
i 4 LOTS and I-bedroom
FOR SALE-1H 2-door Hudson $10,500. Term. FLA.
\ : Sedan. SU equity for $100. See I
'f NEW HOME Just finished and

The pit at the west end of Plummer: -1 at 1021 N. IV .8U ave. Ph. aI4.." I Slots I I 2.000. Te rmi.I WE MAKE phoU tati copft: .
) I house (j3JU)
. LOTS and 2-bedroom Fleet" Fotoshep.

. Drhe. .. '. . a ; '4 SIMPLICITY Patterns. Burton's .brand new.. $13,000. Terms

IV; . .. I I have no house or apartments WANTED
I "" '" ', ;.'I I. """' ., '.' I.... SOMETHING raw- Beautifully listed for rent.

. I wrapped box of candy and floral Morris WANTED-Some one to do quill
,. ', ? ,' combination. Homestead Floral Benj. Warren I log Ph. 788-J. Mrs. Godwin.
BADE :COUNTY. WASTE DEPT. and Gift Shop, 122 N. W. 4th St. 238 P.o.S.Box Krome 488.Ave.Homestead.Phone Fl 1(1*. (Jnl -23)

lit 2nd Ave. Ph. Z3- (}9tf) ,

'For Sale-Weitinghouae electric I LOST

. .. I' refrigerator. Phone SlCJW) :.PAV:
\ . .. .0 . Lost-Gold link bracelet set with i ,

. and half-iM I emeralds. Reward Ph. 272.
COME IN tee our
. . . ,
: : : : : I'
slreBur1loll'l Dept Store. I (3 )

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Pare Twelve THE LEADER-ENTBRPWSB Friday, January 16,1948.
Local P. O. Sells 65.000 I It the stamp commemoratlnc the der 'the direction of Mia. Cecilia A* a result ef the enthusiastic
R.ll S. DEFEATS late negro Scientist. George Washington Oll a. All the children of the reception accorded the choir at
I 'Glades ParkStamps Carver. which went on pariah are requested to attend the children' Christmas mass, it
Slity-ttre thousand Everglades Initial sale Jan. I at Tuskefee 10 that voice may be chosen for was requested that the croup be ,
National Park rimmemoraUvt Institute Tuskefee, .A]&. the Easter muale continued.

I temp have been cold by the
1 Round cages defeated Miami I Homestead port office since the BURTON STORE
Tech 12-:' la a nlp-and-tuck stamp went on sale Dec. (, Postmaster -
game Tuesday at Miami Edison S. ft: Livingston reported
tyro From an !-1 tie at the md iterday. The office often the BOUGHT BY HOOD
of the tint quarter. the Rattten park stamp exclusively to post Gas-Oil Products
built ui a IM4 lead fay the halftime office patrons, unit special request
and a M-2J tnlrjln at the U made for the regular J L. Burton Is announcing the ,
1 thrM-quartcr mark. Jimmy Hooker three-cent stamp he amid tale of Burton's Department store
to his wn-ln-lsw. L. L. Hood who
led the Redland scoring with er FLORIDA
Alto at the post
.1 po.U. hM assumed the management of
Delrty,,HI."..vanquished Red. the bualneii T. Randolph Jones VIC COOK Local 14lanagerBOTTLED
1 land U-1I1n Delray' Beach Friday GROWERS SCORE will, continue as assistant manager -
night The SeehawU who were and the other personnel will
trailing >0 point at the intermix remain unchanged. .
lion went Into high tear In the FIRST VICTORY! Mr. Hood was distributor/ for -
second half Slnclal Refining Co. here until .
Hoocer, Sprinkle and Hamptoneach recently when he told his distributing GAS '
scored seven pants for the Homestead Grower defeated plant and outlets to the 'f"
I Hi Ultra.Redland'i. Riverside Military Academy 21-11 company He came lie.11 year .
next three games will here Wednesday night In the local ago from Commerce, Ca. and Installations
i be played on the home court eager first victory in seven
against Boynton tonight South games. Wade Hstcher made the P and F. Carafe Offers
Broward Tuesday night and lone tree throw of the game Williams -
Services J
Homestead next Friday night. was referee and Connaroe. Patrons New

Mason and Leiber will be the umpire. Painting and body and tender Commercial Gas Equipment
? official for the Redland-Home.i Key West defeated Homestead work have been added to the
stead tUt 15.1. here Friday night services offered by P and F Garage .
on S. W. Second tt, one-half
I block west of South Dade Quick Domestic Gas EquipmentBEMDIX
I Religious Census Is Set for Sunday Freeze Plant 1I

: The; garage, opened by Ceo. I ,
Afternoon by United Church WorkersA Pitta and Walter Frateur In De-
cember of 1949, specializes In
united religious'census of land District Ministerial Anocla acetylene welding and automobile
the area from Florida City north tlon Tuesday at Its meeting the repairing. Boat repairing and general -.., ,
I to Eureka dr, will be taken Sunday First Methodist Church. repairing, also are feitured
afternoon, according to plans Florid City Homestead Princeton -
given final approval by the Red- and Redland church worker will list on census cards the '
:.. names, addresses and religious Automatic Home Laundry 't
affiliations or church preferencesof
residents. The cards will be '
turned over to the various churches RINSES 1
in Vccwdance with the preferences '
SLAX indicated It Is requestedthat I DRYS
some one be available at each' IMMEDIATE DELIVERYRADIORECORD
V home to give. the desired Infor-; >
t .I
mation. I
Homestead census taker will
SLAX meet at 130: at First Baptist
Church for assignment of territory PLAYERS
census blanks and Instruc- 0" '"
Uon C A* a full quota of workers .
is needed, additional volunteersare and RECORDS *.
SLAX asked from aq churches, ,

Junior Catholics Begin
t 1 1 By .Choir Practice SaturdayThe t.o t.

children' choir of Sacred Distributor ef
Heart Church will begin regular
McGregorPleated practice sessions at 3 o'clock un NATUROL BOTTLED GAS

Flagler at Krome -


BrooksInc. .. '
Plain Front I .

Zipper Fly

Solid Colors 1 I

1i Oldest Completely
Fancy i Where Guaranteed Workmanship Save Tea Money
I 'I
j Rayon Equipped GroveCaretakers IN OCR SHOP OR ON. Till ROAD PHONE Ml

Sharkskin Kohnoor Certified Welding and Machine
Gabardines Tropicals .

r. 0. BOX ti Shop Service
i $7.95 to $19.95 Phone 71ItHOMESTEAD .

1 I Oldest Lanes. Best alpp4. 8h,.
J. & S.
1 i Clotlliers'I U South Dade c.utJ'

; Jkat Saara..FlMkr at Kreaae FtieiwtlTLEON'S I LET US PROVE IT ON YOUR WORK!


Haircut or.: ..

lUlreat -,.... '

ShaveSaunjMW_____ 1M RHODES' GARAGE
: (Medicated) l.N

racial rack __ Tie
X. E. Silk ST. and lat ATE.Ofpaette .
f Maaaage (plan) __ (5eOssBbtnaUeei
( Chamber .f CoowMne BIdf.)
Festal _ TSeMeaUeke
SINCLAIR SERVICECor. Teals _'_"_'_ 1St --

True _.._ It*
ghjunie (Flala) We -
South Krome Ave. and 4th St.


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