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 23, 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: VID00592
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
alephbibnum - 002075048
lccn - sn 96027189
lccn - sn 96027189
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\ lfaekty LEADER-ENTERPRIS # V 1

37th Vest No. 4 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 Price Five Cents


i" --- ---- WARRANTS ORDERED FUR 66 .

Ask Dade Furnish

. 1947-48 CITY DELINQUENTS ,. :

Interne for Hospital Here I,



j Transfer cf W toerne fttndall from to the the Chas. B. Forbes to Talk on Housing 1 1I
county hospital at I .
, James Archer Smith Hospital hen I For Vets at V.F.W. Meeting Monday Wood Nickels Slity-ilx Homestead badness t
to take care rt emergency tint
firms were ordered served with
To Advertise FestivalThe
aid end chetlty caw will be Housing (or veterans win be membership In several national warrants for arrest H they continue 1

asked by th% Rotary\ Club of the subject of a talk by Chas. B.. and local veteran. groups for bit old admonition. "Don'ttake to fall to pay their 1147-41 ."..
Homestead In A resolution to the Forbes, ", Want service editorof work In assisting veterans and In any wooden nickels", will go occupallonlllcm.. taxes -which
explaining the complicated benefits Into discard here during the Red-
Pads County ftmifuaslon. Miami Dally News, at the meetIng to which they art entitled land District Fruit Festival when were due Feb. 1, 1917.
Action was taken at the weekly of Arrant-Smith! Post, V. F.. under existing laws.BUILDING wooden nickels will be acceptable In latt-mlnutt action taken br

meeting of the club Wednesday W., Monday night at the Embassy currency.The the retiring city council Monday ;
Club. District Commander Rob- souvenir nickels will be night Chief of Police W F. Brant-
noon following talk by Dr. Cart
F. Robinson, a trustee o( the city ert ,J'. Walllt Dt Miami will be RAZEDBY printed In three denominationsone ley was instructed' to collect HIT
owned hospital which II oper.ted.a present at the meeting.Mr. nickel two nickels and five delinquent license feet, which, according
nickels and will be backed by to City Attorney Ira C.
a nonprofit Institution by a Forbes stated that In selecting up
AIRPORT FIRE equal amount ot cash depositedIn Haycock will become void on 1
board of' theaters elected by a hospital the subject for his talk he was'
of the aware of the fact that there Is First National Bank of Home reb. 1. -Knock 'em down drat
association. The name
stead. 'em In and put 'em In )ail, If It
hospital U purely tribute to the an acute homing shortage In
I DAMAGE) IS $8,000 takes that-but collect those II-
successful efforts of Dr Smith In Homestead and that Homestead lithe .
promoting tbs movement tot a only city In the vicinity that BROOKS IS eeRae. Brantlvy. was who will ey: ;
MRS. Councilman t I
does not hive a building *
community bAfplUl, He has served program. Losses amounting to some $8,000 be hold-over member on the)
without pay M Us physdaa In Mr. Forbes holds honorary sustained by Hall Dusting a
were I new council. Mood smiled as he
charge and chief' surgeon es well LOCAL DIRECTOROF
Corp. early Saturday afternoon advocated the "hard-boiled
.l president of the board since IOO'AILMEN WILL when fire destroyed Its buildingand measure, but his tone was serious.
In 1839.
the hospital pend I Returns of the Jan. IS generalContinuedron
Dr. Roblnfcm, I retired x-ray equipment at the city airport CHEST DRIVE
specialist If note who has not practiced The fire started from an overflowof i ( Page }
medicine aim be came tot ELECT OFFICERSWEDNESDAY() bailing oil from a smudge pot (
.- which plnch-hllllng a room Mr*. J. K- Brooks. bas been
as :
h* Redtfnd District ten years was
named major to direct the 194S :
ago, wit ptwfc-Mttlng with bit NITE heater during the cold wave. The
(Continued on Pig four) oil Is believed to have "Ignited a campaign Dade County Community -
can of thinner and the blaze spreadto Chest In the Redland Dis FOUND-FROZEN
Critical Burn SufferedBy I A retail merchants' division of stored avaltton gas. trict. O. C. (Jack) Corbin, drive'
the Redland District Chamber of The company lived the tour chairman announces.
Mrs. Jimmy Brothers Commerce will be organized next planes It operates here but lost Goal of the campaign, Feb. Ito IN SLATED FUNDS
Wednesday night when electionof ill Its airplane parts. Includingfive 17, Is'a minimum of "41,5117to
Mri. ,Jimmy Brothers WM crltl- \ special tools carry on the county-wide II
., officers will take place at a new propellers
tally burned UU Sunday night' meeting called for I o'clock In the and supplies. None of the lots was Red Feather services of the Community Everett w*. Severy, who made
when a beater set fire to gasoline' city hall. covered by Insurance. Chest this year. the 1MS-4T audit of the cKj of ,
apllled on tM kitchen floor. Mr. A pre-organltatlon meeting held Manager of the dotting company "More than 40,000 persons In omeitead'l books told the council .
brothers vlvd painful arm' Wednesday night of this week In ia Ralph Hall. He Is assisted (Continued on Page Four) Monday night that a $35J421T
.burns in leaculne bli wife and In 1' the city hall was attended by S3: b t y George Either, John Osterholt 'net excels balance" whose whereabouts
testing cut the flames which had local business men. and Uoyd Coe,,. THE WEATHER Councilmen BenJ. Wr Morris
spread tlwmifliotit the kitchen. __ .. ... and J. L. gulp sought, la
orn.a.t 1100" of ow sum *
Mr. and Mr* Brothers were ...... .a..r..a ru"+e. frozen In various city funds for
taken to James Archer Smith, Mrs. Arthur Named Head Talent Scout specified purposes and errant belied
.. .
Dele I MlH. I tut. |IUI
Hospital by Pattoltnan John Arrant for payment of general debt..
ia the city police car. To Recruit 350 for Festival PageantMrs. Jan. IS__.__83 38 30-32 In comments contained In his ,
Mrs.Brothers .' Jan. lt.-._ ._ .... 641 3911 ..
The accldtlt occurred at 17-page audit report: presented to
Jan. 17____78 42 2W 0.01
the of ,
overturned can the council last September
Jan. _____. 73 80 30.OS tr.
gasoline with which in* was cleaning A. J. Arthur has been Helen Pope Homestead schools; :ever Severy stated that there was
the kitcW: linoleum preparatory appointed chairman of a talent Vemon W. Turner, ArrantSmithPost Jan. 18....__ .. 78 82 3013 a ,ettxceu.balance of WWII
to w,jrtng It Ignited, the committee to recruit a cast of V. F. W; Stanley Wittkop, Jan. 20.. . 78 81 3012 tr. which will provide funds for the
spreading gasoline turned the 350: local men, women' and children (Continued on Page Ten) Jan 21. 82 62 Sa.8: I payment of unpaid salaries and

kitchen floor Into a sea of flame for the historical pageant, currently Incurred accounts pay
Homestead fir department re- "Echoes!: of the Everglades", to be able."
spjnded to the alarm. presented nightly! at the Redland Silver Palm Church Begins Building Balances In the separate special

.' Jimmy Dean Brothers, 10-year District Fruit Festival Time and City funds AUB- 1, 1IM7, were:
" old eon of the Injured couple, was place of rehearsals, to begin Feb. New Edifice on Coconut Palm Drive Bond Interest and sinking

sleep In Ass adjoining bedroom.Mr. 2, will be announced In the Jan. fund .$25MU
seed Mrt- Brothen are the, 10 Issue or, the Leader-Enterprise. Silver Palm Methodist Church odlat Church. The Silver Palm Bond coupon certificate
owner tn4 operators of Renu Committee members are: Mill began work Monday on a new group erected a building/ on Sliver fund M4U1
'Mattress Co Mart Engel Redland school; Miss Foreclosure fund '.010."
: church building and Sunday Palm dr. just east of the original
school plant on Coconut Palm dr. log house. This building was used firemen's fund . SI1JS
Build just east of Redland SchooL Rob- until It was so badly damaged by 'Iremen's pension fund tlllS -
Traf icont and Wright Design, I ert Fitch Smith Is architect and the 1845 hurricane that It was Road and bridge fund.204.11

Bodies Union N. Conner is construction razed Since them, services have Special levy No. 1 IBSM
Utility Maintenance Truck supervisor of the) building which been heldtI.. Sunday school Special levy No. 1 11.21

will: be of early American: design. annex and the parsonage. Total .143,714.41
Four Traffic-Right" all-eteel Is equipped tot a winch which Is Wilson !/>veil I* building chairman -
public vtllltl wslntenance bodies operated by the truck engine, and and O. C Wood Is cochairman -
have been constructed and delivered (Continued on Pate Five) IlL charge of till jturchaalng Girls to Play-Benefit Basketball Game .I

-4 by Certified Welding.and of materials.
At Redland for March of Dimes
I Machine Shop Co here, and a According tlJ the Rev. W. t
fifth Is on qltplay at the shop adJoining 8 NOMINATED IN Rowell pastor, the church at Sliver \-
Homestead Grocery on S. Palm had Its beginnings In a A benefit basketball (tame for Royal at P. O. Box 311 or Guy

Krome IV" QUEEN CONTESTEight group of worshippers who erecteda the March of Dimes will be played phone 741-J and their contrlbia,
The bodies were designed and log house meeting place under by Homestead and Redland girls times will be called for.
built of CPSS. Traflcant. owner candidate have been the leadership of J. R. Walker a I'I Tommy Royal, 12-year-oM"
and operate .t the shop and 'nominated for "Mist Redlanf to local lay preacher who served at I o'clock Wednesday eveningat of Mr. and Mrs. Royal, nvpeartai'
Harry Wright shop' machinist, I reign over the Redland District without recompense. The log house the Redland gym reports Thos. :at several Miami benefits this
who will seek a patent Each body Fruit Festivst They are: Mill was followed by a larger building B. Royal, chairman of the district week to participate In a Chines
bears a plat engraved with I Jody Bolender, Miss Helen which was used for school house, Irlve. The admission charge will auction of tht crutches he has
Traflc-RUft", coined from the 1 Schroeder, Miss Lisa Deitel, Miss club rooms and church services be 50 cents. I used since ha had polio Tommy
names of tilt builders and "Had' Suzy Weber. Miss Georgia Skall, b y any group wishing to use It. Mrs. Royal, Mrs. Jack Jackson appeared at I style show Wedneaday -
In homestead Fla." Three Of the Miss Anp Home, Mist Margaret This building, at the Corner of and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan! are contacting '' night at Kenllworth Hotel
bodies art already In UM In Tennessee -, Barnes and Miss Ann McLane. Silver Palm dr. and Newton rd. business houses for con-j, Donations to the March of Dimes
){'. Traticant report Miss Horn* and Miss McLane was converted .Into the W. O. tributiona, Receptacles for public'will be admission Charge to a
The body, designed to be a were nominated by the Woman's Cuiuiylngham home.The donations have been placed la public polo game to be played by
mobile work Weep for power and dub of Homestead. original congregation divided more than SO locations In the district .,,University Miami and Evanston
telephone service crews, utllitestTttya.vtJja.bK Ballots mar be cast for the to> form the Goulds\ Baptist Persons wishing to make Ill. teams a4 2:30: Sunday afternoon
loch.ol.apace )t .- Continued. ...,..Tea) Church and the Silver Palm Meth- donation may nail them to Mr: In the Oranp.Bowb


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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 23 19-8

lr Woody Edmonson, Stunt Flier, Billed ,J:-BROWN' STARS Club to Provide Seminoles for Pageant; I

For Air Show at City Field on Feb. tOre ON RIFLE TEAMBilly I To Sponsor- Lions Day at District FairThe

of the headliners at the Ie, win begin at 1'30 p n Thert 1 RedUnd District Lima Club rehearsals n was decided: that the
I' RedUnd District Air Show at the be other specal air events Brown, van of Mr. and Mr voted Tuesday night to go 'all dub will sponsor a candidate for
city airport on Sunday. FRo t I also. H. L Brown of Homestead. contributed ,oul" In support t4<< the BedUnd queen of the festival but will not
N. K dr. and N. E. eater I Host
national Campbell
1 win be Woody Edmonton
ITS point to the thirteenth District mitt Festival W,
Quests were Lion C. Witter
r erobatttt champion ta addition FInilve. north and west bound
to solo stunt flying. In has' illp- aries of the airport will be roped victory ehilked ua by the Plans were made lor Lion International of Mr'on. It. Kurt Schneid: I
\ wing Monoeoupt Edmonson: will off prior to the performance U University of Alabama crack i I Day on Tuesday. Feb farm L'ft rd, Arthur RotherhMa
j do a dual smoke act With Betty, dilute the charging' of an admission ROTC rifle team In I Its IT shootbMcontests 24 when LIon tram ether norldt of Revert, Mass. and EW, Bus.
[ SkeUon national aerobatics fee of tl.00 plus tax. Th this season. In the ahoul-I; dubs Will be Invited ID attend ton of Homestead I
f champion! !In the women a division. city council Monday night authorized dtt-lothoulder rifle match win 'the fete. The club agreed to be t
This act Is described a* ont of the Councilmen Russell Horn Gewfia Tech Yellowjtckets, 1 rrtponsbl: for t>rortdr( the FIDDLEES' CONTEST TONIGHT
mcnt beaut'ful p'rcea of precision and L- 1. Hood to see what the I Alabama emerged victorious 1824 I'"Sejnlnole Indiini required as
r flying In the recent Miami All-I city can do about clear, tin 1 to I7J7 Brown snored ST points In I In episode of the pageant, 'Echoesof Under sponsorrtilp of Perrine ,
American Air hMtI"el'1loIn field of young tree and brush 11I1 the difficult tindliK, )lUlon. 1 031>> the Everglsdw". arid John P T. A.. in old-time flddlen on. ,
December, Edmon,,n broke preparation for the slit.w. There pr"np. M sitting; and 91 kneelinf\:Neafsey volunteered to recruit thrait I test will b? held In. Perrlne School
i all speed records from Washington li naG !In the airport fund for Improvement I The team U noted throughout I'I'I" for the episode and lo direct: Ui i. C\inlng at 8 lock
: D. c., to Havana, Cuba det- of the field the council the Southeastern Cxiftrence for
pitt two forced hold-overs on was told by Ceo. Clcher, airport consistent high scoring\ In the II
I : account of bad .weather A flier manager and member of the fficult\ standing poilt'on During
sine high school days, he decided show committee. Fear 6f council the coming spring season, the
to make a career of aviation and member that the city might be team will-ahoot It postal matches
f pent three year barnstorming\ Habit In event of accident during five sh-nilder-to-ihoulder matches i
During the war he served aj an the show were relieved by Mr. and will compete la the Hearst.
r Instructor with the first American Etcher who assured them that AIrProrftl Trophy, tht Army Area Intercollegiate FREEMonthly
t contingent to the Royal Air Force Inc, Is fully Insured and tht National Intercollegiate ;
( I and as an engineering officer at against that eventuality. matches. I
1 the AAF flying school at CI,.., 1
\! ton. Since the war, Edmonson has Price Rises Put Plant building annex and the new ft\-'
t! been stunting from Texas to Mew Building Fund "in Red"A fine, the city held the cats or''
t England and In 147 had feature: those two item to the budgeted]I II.
I billing In tome SS air shows. rise la the cost of material I tleu,... However the other material \ TO MOTHERS-TO-BE
f Poster advertising the show and labor I* blamed by Consulting I. needed and the labor of',
I were put up all over the dlstr'ct ,IniUlllng the engine exceeded the 1
{ Tuesday by member of the Joint Engineer: Wnv Sydow for expend original estimate
{ t managing committee from Arrant- I tures for Improvements at the city I( Stella Harper, council!
: 'I Smith Post of the Veterans of light plant exceeding by more Imtmber, suggested that light and
i Foreign Wart and the Redland than 14000 the 120011371 budget water, rate be raised to help d**' I
J ; District Chamber of Commerce, set up for tht project fray the Increasing cert of fur1Dishing 1
t sponsor of the spectacle. The I Mr. Sydow explained to the I the service and the cost :
: a, eight-act show, staged by Air council Monday night that by 1 of new Installations required by
%,. ii Progress Inc. of Wilmington- --N mak'ng contract for the new new building I


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!2 I January 23, 1M8 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Threes
*; OFFER TO BUILD The 'conttntctkn U dsata!bed Mttormproof Haa. Ut I, I and 4, block. lot !;
urthe I ,.fireproof and termite Downer Palma, M 000; l;. ABktchettr.lef '
I proof. S, Block (,IVmrnerPirinM
GUNNITE HOMESAS Mr Youth and Mr. Janet. offer No. :. **,MO. llmti Tran-

I;.fret conauHiHoa on horse building tham. UK 41 Free Second Addition !
foe, LOW AS $4,950 pUaa. the coanpaay has several MOM: Moat Gardner, REINFORCED CONCRETE
** matter plan which out be
I staid awe ....011. |l,D06.nome-I
ed to individual need adapt-I
* Construction of two-bedroom the' Cathedral Company it Clearing of an alley
concrete home it prices u low Rtdland District News \ ,J W tngl'ih'. C!vie Center addition
S. E. First ave.FUTURE, was ordered belted when Mr 2Bedroomillosago"I
M 'pay-
aj n'nts u low
, t507 I I Ing Hah protected that he had not!
a* ItS month I II made poMlbltbr dedicated the trip to the city Mid
the Cathedral Corporation I PERMITSTO that It li his personal property
? through the revolutionary Sunnite
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concreting praetti end assembly-
! lln+ method of l1118ufldur'ncl LIST STREET MKI BIRVWI KIN DIES I

rJt material*, according "tot-e't OTourl Mr, Ttiot M. Kink. stepmother .
and E. A MM reprenentaVve -, of Mla J,R.Byrum of Homeeleail es '
*of the company which: HOUSE NUMBERHereafter died early Sunday morning at her
recently opened offices in ,home In Greenville, S. C, at the
- Head Funeral .ervaw tomS;
of BS
age I
building permit Issued -I
The company" plan to build I burial were held Monday at
by the city council will designate -
houses here by the guBnitt method Greenville. Mr*. Bank and the .
the buUtt nf site by street I
-In which concrete li blown on I and humbeV well lubdlvlilon late Mr, Bank formerly Visited at I
a* i* by -
tel framing through a compressed -'' block and lot a* required the Byrum home. for as low .as
air gun-hu been
new by city ordinance. City Clerk
by the city council. A R. E Edward was intruded Mrs. P. B. Bird's Cousin
council committee mid a favorable Monday night by the council to Dies at Home in Georgia
report on the Sunnite eon. adopt the new procedure after
tructlon after an inspection of such recommendation was made by Mr Grover Palmer, I cousin $4,950SMALL
Miami houses that were being'Councilman Ruuell Home whopointed of Mr*. Preston B. Bird of Home-
built by that procew. The cost li out that few people know rtead:, died Saturday night of a
estimated at )0 to 49 per cent the of boom-time tub In
names the stroke at the Palmer home
under that of conventional con-I dlxlt'ona.'! Edison, Ca. Mr Palmer will be
method The following six residence remembered a* MJ Eunice Bur-
Ai explained by Mr j permit amounting to |)t,MO were gay, liter of Mr* O I, Gaunt .
method employs steel and cement,Issued: E. It Anderson Loti 1 and,of Miami who made her home hen
altogether and eliminate UM 4, Block S. North Diamond Park'for a while In addition to her
of wood except for dear and I IT.500; Herbert Bats, Lots ,..t. husband, r.fra. Palmer leave a
E kitchen cabinets TIlt 14-iaust U Clarlta III.000: Miss Vlrg'nla ion and i daughter DOWN PAYMENT
t steel frame, coated with chromate
to prevent torrOlil>ll. If welded,
Into a solid unit baaed on a poured Reef and Fishing
concrete foundation Steeltexed Deep-Sea Balance $25 Month

f walls art prayed with gunnltt by ..<' Ijuidlnr Best VUletU-Owa the eU Carl Bend ... per
ft a power gun and the roof U made Bait aced tackle fwnkhed Yam keep your ftek IMS ea,.... 91
fi of t layer of gunntte, a layer of RearrvaUeaw-rhmit IU.W Door trip except Mondays and ;
t 90-pound felt mopped with asphalt ,......,.. I
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DU PONT HOUSE PAINT i Sundays 12:30 p. m. to 4 p. m.


OvhtU Mrtoeoa Uy fresh and wearing qnalitiea of the paint film I 1
dean-looking when finished with an not abnormally affected. -
DuPont House Paint. Dirt and ULT'CLUNtna Da Pont Hwy
- grime cant get a grip-raint Jnt Paint it aa durable at it b GENERAL ELECTRIC
- I wash them a.af1 rut...protect against
and decay...give iaatfag t-\ltJ.1 SALES AND SERVICE
aLl-td[ANIMA DuPont Hose and Rd0n' Costs
PaInt k to formulated that a* than
tuna goes by, a sole seo1picafr WWpaints-saves ablt

.fin..white*. Heavy powder hUll forma wash on the the and aakr
away, taking dust and House Paint '
dirt with It, and leaving the WT- LICENSED and INSURED
race clean and white again. Ei.catalT .
of dirt
*) accumulations .
(particularly ia Booty Industrial UW-fOUMINQ WAX CONTRACTORWRICllT

Communities oc in heavily shaded lie.oew.a....... '
locations) may delay or interfere ....I..wavoll wt, 599 r D."""''," ...
with thin proceM. ecau t >thia ......a.a a m&rself ., s , ,IIW)
-cleaning- gradual. UM M _K30


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Pace Four '- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday January 23,1948

The I a11UI11fl111m1111111UIMIIfli111IfllIift! "In commemoration of BO years! Thlrt/vfive friends attended a 'j

of active service In the Oddfel I surprise birthday party given tor

: i LeaderEnterprisei' The Gadabout lows Lodge B, A Titbits was 'W. E. Myers by Mrs. Myers .."

ream" is lots 20 Years Ago given a surprise party by the local "Don Ferreira left on a

By Helen Whiting FerreTra Oddfellows and Rebeksh A I business trip to Daytona""Mrs.

; I Famished. rodave be INOW406" ..... handsome gold locket-watch: charm K L Rothenberg of Co

i J M Me ere k Dade Pdl"I.a -...... 'A... I4>4A An' ......1 with the lodge Insignia la enameled I Cob Conn., and small son, WUtor

;S t OEM AKCKEftFrwflMt It was long after I p. m., and UIIIIIIIIIIIBln! illlf! I1nf1II1UhIIilHIIIII, him.. colors was presented to , are visiting. "Mr. and Mrs. Win. .
.one .
J. Geronimo
t MS sifts were gnawing at
hunger pangs "Automobile travel from the
aUUOtlE IKACH AECIEBh steward new Texas service stationat "Mr. and Mrs. Truman Down
I........ Eater my stomach, for the plane :mainland to Key West became an
IIAir rUIUtLL DICKINSON had made no provision for our actuality Monday ." N. Krome ova and Fourth si I returned . from ClenvUle, Ca,

t "wore 604 It AIPRICRIPTION ... supper though we left Rio many will go Into operation Saturday, 'where they made their home for

i hour later than scheduled on account I Josephus Daniels, sscretaryof reports W. E. Rheney.. ." several months. ."
President Wilson -
the under
i PATE/ .. of the fog. However, t soon navy the "The Homestead furniture! "Mr. and Mr J. U. Holferty, ;
..*. MI. contemptIS tie*. forgot my hunger and weariness Redland District and ate lunchat Furniture Store, owned by Webb 'were hosts at a wiener roast for -

out.all *f Dodo CMMtl I IUt t when I looked from, the plane and Bros., will open Jan 21 in the new 'the Christian Endeavor Sodtt,..*
i .... IMei .1 fftm the Hometead Colt Country "
I II window and saw a well lighted Club a* guests of the Redland building adjoining the city hall. . r,

lot.... sn ..... ran e.tbe city unfolding before us. It WM District Chamber cf Commerce.Secretary "The Homestead P. T. A. will

I \ hats Is, IMS. M tw loot arriMFtorM :; like a magic sparkling carpet for E. H. Callaher represented celebrate Its first anniversary , *. eider she M*
y Womb *, I"'". the pilot to glide over until he i the.chamber as host .," Jan. 1} with a program arrangedby

reached the Buenos Aires airport : Crlnold. 70 died Mr Julian H. Webster . .' Brooks Inca
Frederick t
which Is about twenty miles out here ." Mr*. C. T. Harper Is chairman of ,
Jan. 11 at bit home
On Evictions of the city, then he dropped the the social committee. ."
old Mother Earth. "Mr Homer Leroy Cheyney, j{
plane to good :
1 "Edwin Capllnger Earle Matthews .
b By Annie Marbew FltsMlrlck Thus ended our four days and 2>, died Jan. 16 In Post Graduate -
and John Tower leading
t of travel from Miami. Hospital six days after the birthof
y You read sob sister tales ft eviction two nights their classes at University of Florida

1 *, I Florida, to Buenos Aires by way twin daughter. ." . Edwin U studying surveying Oldest Completely

But no word for the people who of Pan American Airways. "Jest* O. Moore was named Carle, botany and John, blokogy.

own I The customs and medical men chancellor commander of the ." Equipped GroveCarctakcri 1

The places that they leave In were wilting for our plane at the Homestead Knight of Pythias.-" "Mrs. Frank Hausman entertained

tbamblei.Th Buenos Aires airport With gnat "The Homestead Male Chorus
( at a musical tea la honorof
1 the landlords need. pUy' speed calm efficiency, and friendliness broadcast nine selection over Radio her daughter-in-law, Mrs' j
alone we were through the Inspection ."
( i ; Station WQAM. Frank Hausman, Jr., of Tuscaloosa 'i
In a short time. I,1iad Ala. ." 8
left ,try watch camera, and eta.> r LEGAL NOTICES
LICENSE 1 at hoIomf. "Mr. sad Mr Max Lamer were .. -
eraU st (green glass)
among those going to the Hippodrome p. a BOX si
Continued from page One Therefore no questioning- As we i The NUrrtWn to* the eh.-tor at the to attend the "talk- t
left customs I realized that after WI.AXt DISTRICT FRUIT AND VtXlRAIIIE Sunday Phone 'NtJl02lIESTUD ,
election were canvarsed and accepted FAIR INf .hrrrlir ..nounrrri Ing movies.
'. by the council. 19 yean Don had'retumed to the ,their Intenikmper...."* helve, i FLA. '
land of his birth l as an Americancitizen ....... t It WM decided thai Mrs. but I was an honest to I 00...", Flortdi. >l t.IM ... M.. w ,...... returned from Wonewoc, W.... ." ,
IS. ISM, lo wake. ppllrarioi forth
Suber. city librarian I* entitled tore I apt ----- ---- -----
goodness foreigner. appre'ral of MU. rliftRir. Following! <.
< ltd monthly salary Increase In twill till eeartor and the IIIojoorta d shop.
; recently voted city employees, and Outside' of the Airport we rot ..n.tottos to M f-.
ARTICLE The.._ tf
< -res.
City Clerk R. E. Edwards was Into an oTd-faihloned gasoline bus 'II. hell ... RFDI.AND DISTRICT FRUIT
I I Instructed to write the library which rattled as we bumped up!LAND FAIB. INC, anal lurlMlMl

: I t board to that effect and down on our seats for twenty AMA. Mr*MU, Comtr. .tell, r W Umw Horn., uP 'j:

complaint that Dewey miles over old paved streets. W*IAI..r 11. Tkt =1 Nature mt tW
1 Upon passed old unlighted buildings w be earrhod ass. -....... feRK
Print apparently la not living Uf _...... and .a..pll.bod lor IWo
before we reached our hotel In / $ban be fee "a .f
to the building tpectficatfona set
the heart of the city. 1=:: Operative ..Alto-r.= erexpell.a. Cefis
forth In his permit for construe- f. the ... ....... I Iv
tint on N. W. Eighth .va., the One of the customs Inspector,, _, of 1M .......1&-.1. MftINILonI.11 .,..
t a young man took a seat In front' .. and Other e..1 .... en
council voted to ask Mr Prost to of us and kept my husband busy\Coasts: .M the ........ D0Mlet ab.ead
halt work until! the complaint car > ik* BUM of FtoM. kl1c.///e .
i answering questions about the U.'I. ARTICLE III. TWI Several, /slaw ates 1
be Investigated. POW..f the arrars1/a..h" .. w
1 S. A. Here I heard the word
"d.u __ puM5 lab R OePeelle"
"mlsmo1 many times and learnedIt fer lito _II _.. __I
was "same". for Argentina has ... --....... lmHi llui l. lli'JUiliu4
l T' ROTES ASK Our n_riii H OoMtrtto ..<.
the same background a* the U. S. IMUM DMrM of DMU OmMi .,
1 Continued from par On* A, the same climate in reverse tIoo sate ml PIarH..d ......l mm*.
) ,Ion t>uti *. >iiii kr Ik. torn of
I talk on the hospital! In lieu Of. I seasons and the same natural resources the ..... ml r........
I I he as and It always tries to follow ARTICLE IV FMMM mt r..4 man)
speaker .thrto nhJ .Masses. .Anse ta .DU CovMlt. llvt.
the committee various polices of the U. S .... ... .0. Mora .eh/hh.d/ a / id
h not been able to supply.The A., from the constitution to Itipresent .....ltul_ llmMik. raltnr -,
\ ( sad Other ranvrra ml Dade ....,. Plowhim.
biggest problem the hospital policy of copying welfare doll .be .MllfM ta hKW tomb.d .
has la getting nurses, a problem and hospitalization etc, used in ,, this -&J.a, ..d .h.U .be admitted
am. a.also.. Vale d the ONDineen
the United State
1 which could be eliminate .f old a..d.tles. _:=gip.all

by construction of a miner home, far .*. mt m** fvaiujr .. JI_.....
I .W expellee two the MMwtetlM for
. he Mid. MRS. BROOKS I paw, IK>'< a IwotMr .*. mt theRod
t mt ...__ E.i........ iWU
"We could get all the nurse "I d
f.ilua" tho
. sees a. par P".Ilhed
. : want It we could provide them Continued from page One dome w sat fort. I. tho 0,.).-
Dad Count are regular contributors : 1 ARTICLE v. Thta. Morbtlo hill.

. with housing", he explained. "We
... L.rMa"' ._
: pay as much ai Miami hospitalsdo to the Community Chest. but ARTICLE VI MKHMLf .. sad dd
so it Isn't a matter of wages. we're gains to need more than that IW NkwrlUr B.f>r>n,. ....w..101 W
... .
:moose to IW naps il IW .rt. ur rue
to exceed our goal to further
Construction of a nunes' horn expand wk W Cllrt of W DM -ClrroH .
I would call for an outlay of $20,000 our service throughout the'D>*> .'.n_, FtarM. .
I I ARTICLE VII TW ffllra. *tat
. or more however and the hospital county, aid Corbln yesterday _10'''' "II ... _..... lor R.hat d
hant that kind of money". We're counting strongly on the l>litm* aunpaad mt draw VMfnbARTICLE .
Trio question of the resident Redland District! to build an enthusiastic VIIL TW hAtoww .Irk-r.
Wll .coos- IW Main "I IW MMrtatlo
I.1 doctor was brought up when Dr. army 'Of solicitors to call .. .....UII.... the Based d f/redo.
.III tW Drat rtMto H 0 r-1 *.. IvMWr
Robinson said that If the hospital on every prospect In the area. I. the ......... "ri
t were big enough to support an "For each Red Feather agency,i !>.. ... Hooker A4rlu JiraWM

Interne, no emergency case need! 21 In all to endeavor through public >.r.t.BI.I.J, asset TkM.victor E.Cio KIrtIrI"

t. ever be sent on to Kendall. How subscription to raise the funds shire I. If SnHk This Youngsters.LIaet i.k
for Its each ..... II Ron J..k. W. __II
necessary support
year h IniUlM la home foe
would need
r. ever, a hospital Ii' I"._ Wei" ere bf row monthly psjrateatsIvniB
business of 60 patients a day tc would be extremely expensive '" If ,... 0-i... tee
Also these numerous independent ... iksll W .a41 stiffed
support an Interne he Mid, and .
I lad.d Mwtkkd. mt* .f :1 I
; the local hospital's average Is 20 sollc'tstlons: would constitute) a mmu4 T"Blb@MJL
nuisance which could not help but ARTICLEof TW MlWct ._ of
t patients a day. or lUkllkf' H vkkk tt MI .. ours ,l'ora a}fL7ofcm .1
create 111 will"Logically
"The charge for rooms at the ur time raM**) lt-.H ki FIFTTTMOUSAMO
Homestead hospital at least two then the single annual AND MO/1 DOLLARS /

.i' dollar a day less than I* charged appeal of "the CommunityChest 1 |IM.MMI M WIT*rse! .IIUOP. the loW .T MVLLINSYoungstown ..

for comparable hospital rooms In In which givers and agencies: w1..Y.d tow hrwam on their hood,
..... .
aM .to .t 11-0 O..w.phaa
1 \ the Miami area, and the local cooperate Is the most practical and -. equipeseat. :po tea quietly and

J H hospital operating room la semi economical tial way provide" arena ,,,.. ,PhrasalU D..L.. 55MwE \Y easily tramim your old kitcaea bite a beautiful, J

l dollars a day lower". he laid.r community E. I, soar = Jt=: modem room that is a pleasure to week isv.
f The hospital Is used mainly Allocations to the various services ... .

r by the patient of the three local for INT were outlined by q'.....'.mF. we":..aa..M TM.W a.-R Gebr The first step toward. moJmusAtioe should be the t

1 practicing physician, buIt is A. It. Reynolds, chest president, as 14 oalrMe V_ Case.J. .
,I follow: American Children' T. 0.5.s. Jw ...... Youngstown "KUcfceMjef" caW_ siak. Available. 1stdiflereat '
{ open to those pf any registered 1..hhL
klehsd -
\ M. IX There has been n. operating Home, tll4M47; Boy Scouts, L ,........ L ...... saodJj, aO vita gleaming. white,,aoid-resutiiuj
. ...........
1 $23.23117 Catholic Charities, Nd5Mle J h Wooiirrr
t 4 room death chargeable to the ; Review areabor wall" wake porcelain eaajneM top.Among the way Inliues are d
hospital Vince It opened. $$84.188.; Children's Home Society H..y ......
v.rawao tw l-bow1a.will dish ami vegetable large draw. .
w. ,.... spray
"We Just about break even In $66,09069; Children's Service
STATE 0' noalDA''
: the operation of the hospital, but Bureau. t71.66UI; Council era, pests of stomp spas :

: '. \ came within 120 of being la the of Social Agencies! I3UM.II; Day or BADE !t .
Dore M. IW kitW Oilier Youngstown Mils tncluj spacious wall will Boor I
t red last year. The only supportwe Nursery 11746740; Family Service mr.mu4 PAN L. HEtKFH
. take from the city Is tree I79.8JJ; Girl Scouts, $14806- TltOS. (. EIKBV. std MONT J. cabinets! will generous shelves for overused utensils,
.. .
..... .dw
aM d.
I I electricity: and water and the 41; Jewish Social Service Bureau I do& Nee b./.s.... .Aso.wem of the __ Emu or cksuuaf equipment Let .s show you" three '

maintenance of the grounds by .4.,TJ..1I; legal aid. U.1M: Miami LAND to tk* MamtlCT r n -l.. dens FRUIT mt AND... VkOC-liP:'". attractive units, and give you an accurate estimate of .
Beach Welfare Board. 12,000
the park department TABLE FA IB. MC. M4 tkMcklPrt t.. .r
"The hospital contributes to the Miami Society for Hard of Hearing mt u.. __ tb p.b11. --. the cost ot buttling them in your tome.LUMBtR.
and that thaw kM __ faro N.
IU.1U12 Negro ServiceCouncil i
life of the citytwothousand :
economic Purpose d am .... p,. .otf'
dollars a month In sal tit 117JO; Negro Welfare cad other ./.Uklv == M vmlw =

arise, and three thousand to five iureau, W.7IO; Protestant Service tW N._..., sad that k to tal..... 1*
pa-d faith to UTS' "* UM how
thousand dollar a month for groceries ' Bureau, $31.200; Salvation Army oIoJoota therala we ........ GO

and laundry". I' $30,000; Travelers' Aid Society,' (BICKFOlDM L. ...... (well ,

In many cities these are hospital $74.350; Visiting Nurse Associa I TV*. E. Nlrirat.. .,

auxiliaries composed of women tion. $2J.00; Y. M. C A, fMSM; ... Ie ... llnM.easelfb*.d. *bore"kktMl s | HARDWARE BUILDING HATEftJAlNti2

who do thing for the y W. C. A. $47,540.18. I... Ik* 4w -< I....r.. A. D. 1SU. a
al linen and equipment ....,, Pe+Ir ... .. Fuels.Ms .
money needed for bOlPlt-j You get them dirty; well mike C..wrm coal..I Mwwb.rM I

plant and obtaining new them purty. Trade Winds Dry /, 111061111 '

ment. Dr. Robinson said. Cleaner (Ad.) ... "W 701, 9. '11-(StAttJas. P

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Friday, January 23J1948 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE '

i:. K. Long New Agent ia florid*. tflf!* to UM naUdAal guiM 1 l (MIL.Hon II. .
::1 1948 Chevrolet is Massive I aenlar winners m'II.wflfflwtUl to compete for ont (if the riu i >'
For F. E. C. Railrotr I other boys from nelghborin- university scbxtlarsh its 1 I

!states for regional hon">Pn. and 40 Deadline for shipn n\t <>l m UN
I .
K. Long has arrived from
:sv tonal winners Mil receive free is July 1.
Rest Pel!,"11 teach to take the plat
I .i the late C. H. Getewggd ..!
t "1s I gent fur the Florida Vast Coat ,
I .ilroad al llomeatead. j

Mr Long has hew employed b, "Late
he TiC for 90 years and has base Blight""PARZATE"
rationed "all up and down the
Cast Coast", lie wa ocompanie ,

lure by Mrs. Long II I I Is Du Pont's newly

Use Park Stamp to Tell I developed dithiocarbamate fungi

World About Ut-Uikc ride which may be used as a spray

,' or a dust. Many successful grow-

Use the Everglade Nation* ., ... ers and Experiment Stations have
Park stamp on all personal anMulnest
found Tarzatc" unusually effective
mall 10 place Homestea
and the park before the work, y in the control! of both early and

Dextrin Chamber of Corn"rubllcdem.nd '

will delermin JURY TO PLANTS.

lust how long the post office d*-
>artm nt Will continue to Issue the FOR l\TORMnON BEE
i perk stamp", MA Baker said yet-'
j. I tercI.y. "Specify Everglade Hiional .'
TIle ow-ell simplicity aDd .....- of tilt iew, 1041 a.nroltt II wen Park stamps when you bur'' It. W. Brawn & Company
down to this three view of the Fkcttnutcr Sport Bedaa. Feeders
>mouse they furnish invaluabl GovUs-.Those III. Seal .. -I hi>e 4-JJ7J
I bond, body and door penis all boat; a4 till CIMM swiMIng. below tile .
t (Windowsh wIIW then Out used topreviousmodel* Now tile sew T.ape4, :Publicity to this community" I
I [dvoaw Tear BM to tile radiator grille .. Glade and Grove Supply Company
.1 Asks Criticism of Map .
FUoltHMiM Ul sad ITS
New Chevrolet to Go on Display To Appear In Guide Soon

I.1 An artist' copy of a map of Collins Feed & Supply Company
"I Throughout U. S. in Next Few Days he Redland District which wll 2f. E. *4 8L r. E Its. -
t appear In a forthcoming guld:

Detroit 1.",. 21-Th* new 1041 be of the thin-wall b.bblttnil, I Publication has been received at Miami 1*. tlaThon '.71..
Chevrolet models, incorporatini, and alto will have more than double he chamber of commerce attic
design change dictated by a min durability.A md will be there all next week']

mourn chn !e-over period\ order new, Chevroletdevelopeddesign I or Inspection, criticism and corecUoti -
to insure high production flow of oil seal on valve item I by interested resident ;
were announced here today and I. introduced In the 1W8 model. font X Baker chamber manlier, ,
will be on display at mOIl Chew The new teal Is a "tun rubber :eported yesterday.lank .
rolet dealer throughout: the ring. It eliminate the need for

try within the next few coun.1,valve spring cap cover, thus Re-elects Officers, I
The 11 models In three ,achieving a weight reduction In Directors for New. Year
ill feature a re-designed i reciprocating part Cape are
grille, pleasing new color harmonies smaller and stronger, and low All officers and director of
In interior upholstery, ant peed tolling of the valve stems Is rirst National Bank of Homestead
engine change providing a mori improved .-ere re-elected at the slxteentlinnual ,
rigid crankshaft and more durable So that garage and 1).rklne.Jolattend.ntl meeting of the bank stock.

bearing may drive the ear 'with elders on Jan. 13.
The three', series of the nee, the key removed a new Ignition Max Lower I II president; Thai
model are the superlatively style. witch I 11 Introduced, of three- J X Kirby, vice-president; A. Eo
Fleetllne, In two body type tea I I position design The key may be Campbell: cashier; and Miss Ceella
f hiring lose sweeping contour: removed In any podW.xt--.unlocked Harper, assistant cashew.
the de luxe Fleetmaiter, with 'Iv. off, unlocked on and locked offend Mrector are x:. A. Carter, J VIInglinh. .
body styles including I cabriolet the tgnlt'on still may be Monroe Loaner And:)'
and a station warm; and the turned on or off with the switchIn rburg, A. F. Webb, Mr. Lome.
Etylemaiter, offering unsual refinements either of the first two positions .nd W.* Klrby.
in the economy price The lighting witch: Incorporates .
range. All model feature bodlei a circuit breaker, making
by Fisher exclusive In the low- possible Intermittent use of the Two, Local Boys CompeteIn #

price class lights for emergency driving when Model Auto Contest .
The re-de>lgned front-end grlllilias a short circuit occur. ::!<'
been changed by the additlor A pressure-type radiator cap Detroit Jan. ill-Two Home '-
.f a modernistic T-shaped, chrome: permit the cooling system to build lead. Fla, buy are listed nwni, f: r

center bar which extend upwarc up a small pressure, raising the )'oaths from throughout the Unit* { .-a Help
to the base of the Chevrolet nameplate boiling point about 10 degree Slates entered In the 1948 Dane: '
on the top horizontal grllli Improved cooling thus obtained. tody, Craftsman's Guild compete
Because of this system, the temperature Ion for designing and building or Yourself toTd
smooth, over-all contoun gauge on the dash has a model auKimobile.The Homesteacntrant
of the front end and side of thet top reading of 220 degrees insteadof are Thomas V. Core sot 4 to._
car. achieved through omlBslot 212 degree A Urge radiator or Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Core PLEASANTPARTY
of horizontal moulding on the drain cock ha been Installed to an4 Arthur Hester, Jr. son 'of Mr .
hood and side! of the body an facilitate draining.The and Mr*. Arthur Hester.
retained In the 1948 model Fenders The Craftsman's Guild Is offer '!
muffler tall-pipe
hood, body and door pinch : farther new to carry exhaust projects In. a total of 8J,000 In award.. : LINE
all blend In form and color, presenting Into the rear wheel wind- tcludlng eight university scholarflips
game the boy who design anc
an over-all appearance of discoloration to
stream and prevent -if
simplicity and massiveness In the said the best model cars thii
of bumper.
entire car ear. Entrants are between th
A new ornament, simpler In APpearance Be "gas of II and 20 and are divided
highlight the nose ol' Ask Repairs Made Into, Junior and senior divisions Allow a little time between OTHRf
the hood bearing the Chevrolet To Roof of City Library Th. Homestead entrant will com calk to permit others to hove q GIVt O
trade-mark flanked by horizontal pete lint'far the 14 state award, their turn at the line. A C H A N C[
The Homestead Rotary Club
wing The crease moulding below
the window at the aide, to wide vote Wednesday to petition the Cenalalen
than that used in the J>nvloUimode1a. city council to have repair madeto taEMsg Psi ttt0.4 t
the root Window moulding differ on Bow library. It wa brought out tent worker made a practice of
the that leaks in the arrlvnllate very day. Repeated
at meeting
the three series. The Fleetlini books tunings by her supervisor h.dno Wean seaptle+ part' an row ittLtA:[
library roof are endangering
the stainless
model will retain effect Finally. exasperation, line hot en pot* a
mould- on the loan shelves.
Individual window
steel UoMlKe line quickly. >
h. announced: 'Mlsa Brown. I an
t M I It o Y
ing of the, previous> ;year. Thrieetmaster ,
TRAFICANTContinued red of talking about your tarcllneat. -
series hat a mouldlni .
I am. therefore, suspending
of side
the entire
framing group
the 1S11emllleraerlea from page One )ou for one day without pay,
windows. On
When would like to take the
window mouldings an a telescoping root which rolls up you
to give necessary space for the .a nyl'"
emitted AU series feature till1_ bantling of poles. "Well. U if* all right with you" Complete tell quickly. Its

tested valve-ln-head engine, unitized On the outer sides of the) body', le replied instantly. "I'd lace to11II sauce better lervk for you O KLP CAlts 0
front wheel suspension! and there are 12 water-tight compartment it up being late.-Tla.-Blta. and yaw forty line netghbon.I still

ynchro-mesh transmission with for the'carrying of necessary -
r .1
vacuum geanhifV *U exclusive tool and equipment The
Charles had just returned from
with Chevrolet fr the low-price dynamite compartment Is wood-
field. \ lined to help absorb shock. Outside a visit to the country, where hid .
The crankshaft on the 1941 bracket carry extension laddm assisted to the performuiciT

; model I* more rigid, with crank. spike pole and other specialhjulpment. the farm chore One respoability > eves phase" It plated
arm thickness Increased: for greater Inside ,there If riding W the youngster wa Uither securely on heck after each HANG UPCoe.
durability and for lacreeeed spare tot a ten-man crow. The the eggs and mark each Remembef, one phone oft a CALIIULLT
with the date it had been left
resulting weight body weighs. MM Bounds, I* 11
bearing life. The the hoot lies up on entire lino.SOUTMttM .
increase aim benefit engine feet long a" eight feet wide, and "Well, Charles.father In-
smoothness. tell for $1,000, Mr.. Traflcant"tfr. aired, "tow did. you Ilk* the
New precls'on.! interchangeable, farm'-
main bearing with thin-wall tab Tnffcmt and Mr, bright Very well, father the b jrplled.
bUt will have more than double were forced t'devise home of the exorpt 1 dldnt care IIU, >mtFHONI. AND miORArH COMPANY
'' ' >
) the illsspanof old-style bearing 1aI't.ooIJ needed 't, construct try.much about being secretary >:

... .Csorsstttsl,tsd, sSgttltta4g 1aPi11 ithf 1IadI&"It' --, "'r'='3R a 1OabIIIda.f'eJIIEK. ;., _.' -' . --- .


' Page Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 23, 1948 .,

1:Louis Carlln of Stamford Cen, Mr*. Chas Campbell vuperviaor U1neII *f his mother. Stew John
/ and White Lake, N. Y. and.Mr of nurseries and kindergarten at* Thames Mr. Themes Is boys >
Carlln' daughter, Miss Roberta Raleigh N. C. physical education Instructor .t'. '.

In and Jlround 'Carlin. Mr. and 101.... R. T. Holbrook>> of! Rcdlsnd HIP-School. K41:

Winston-Satan. N. C, Ire spending home with his parents 'Mr. and A-0
I and Mrs. J. Van Mirier
Mr. A.
weeks their winter H. C
several at Mrs. Conord. The Junior .
cousin from
are entertaining ',horn on N. W.Tenth it lira Holbrook Mr. Conord was recently discharged ,\,
la, and Mrs.
Nashua Lye Mrs Wm. J.
; Homestead Is I liter of from the navy.
Thomas. The visitors and Mr..ncI ]Clark. ,;
Mrs. Don Hoplngirner of Michigan
The Rev. and Mrs. E D. Ballard
are spending s few days In Key Matt J. Theme was called to of Ltncolnton! N. C., and Mr. and
West and Cuba.
Cincinnati Monday by the critical,I Mrs Louis S. Ballard of Alexis, .
r i Mr. and Mr. A. F Barber Jr, Clyde J. Ilendenon ion of Mr. -
II of HenderMnvtlle are parents of I and Mn. r M. Hendenon. of Mrs. Charles Enquiit is ill at to
: \ a ion, Gregory Armltage who was Princeton! ii recuperating In her home on Avocado dr. <;'j.'
a j i bOna Jam II. Mr* Barber li the Hempstead, H. T, from a recent 1
former Mill tva Oral, daughter of appendectomy Mr. and Mrs Hen Our Aim's to Please You
derson and Jour-month-old Judy Mrs Wm. 1.Berr'en: Is recuperating
.. Mr. end Mn. Eo J Dyal of Home-
.teed. **. are expected to arrive 'Feb. 1 to In a Coral Gables hospital, *
visit Mr. Hendenon'i parent after an eye operation. -

t W. M. Fifleld:;Ganevllle! was . .. . I Dixie Fruit & Vegetable Market
a house guest Monday night of Tommy Royal ton of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. RUM Allgood have
C. J. Firman. Mr Flfleld, who Mrs. Thos. B. Royal. U pending moved to Homestead from Miami. j
Mr. Allgood will be radio service SOUTH KROMK AVE OPPOSITE TRADING POSTGardenFresh
l wai. formerly stationed tt Subtropical several day In Miami with his i
Experiment Station 1* aunt, Mrs. ]{. 1 Bdl. man for Homestead Music &_I[
assistant director of administration Appliance Co. .
House of Mr. and
of agricultural experiment guests
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stations of University of Florida.Mr Wino J. Geronlmo of Florida City Mrs. Frank :Thompson; of Jacksonville '
art Mr. Geronimo's sister, Mr*. the former Mr*. Virginia I

*. A. S. Richardson of Washington Frlck Malcolm of Homestead. 1
Ga. U a house guest of recuperating from a sever attackof thatMrs. .VegetablesAt
her aon-ln-law and daughter Dr. fluAt tint, It wa feared
Thompson had typhoid, and, .
and Mr*. Joe. M. Burton All Times
Can.Benson then polio,
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Henry Burgardt suffered I broken ,
Mrs. J. D. Redd has been ill at
right leg Monday afternoon In
f:i I.on,trartol hit grove.Mrs. occldeot while working Electric her home this week... i 1I e-prodllrtd" Honey, Jams... and Jellies. r

Mr. and Mn. P. S. Staple oD of a Specialty
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t C. Seller arrived Friday rrUeetea Florida Goulds had a* their guest for
from'Palmetto to spend the three week Mr*. Stapleton's aunt #, .: winter here with her brother-in- ForService .
Giant-size Glass of !
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Ornamentals '"( all kind
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K. C, len Wednesday for their House guests of Mr. and- Mrs.I ;Naranja and )I..*. Mabel Cold,
horn after visit her with Mr. Dan Williams of Modella are Mn. : (Mr*. Cable Weatberry, Mrs. CavII I Why hem and ta%Tf. can I
tad Mr. C D. Eaker. Williams' uncle. Winston Begun II.'I'. Bittner, Mr Wilma Poucher, ,let the hem down for your aquaw
and Ira Begin, both of Beaver I 'Mr*. "' Clark, )Oa. Frank Skill i; 1
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Yale Eakor. USN, flre-control- Pa, and Kenneth Key of ........... -._.............- I:and Henry Bogardt of HtMd.j i
I, man l-e baa arrived In San Pranclaco villa, Pa. I
to rejoin till ship, the USS Clark"l I. A ton was born to Mr. and Mr
Tarawa, after pending a 30-diy Mr*. E. J. Graham of Etcher in James Archer
lean tier with his parent, Mr. and children, Diane Hospital on Jan. II !
end Mr C. D. Eaker. Joe apent the t I A eon WM born to Mr. and Mr
I, Mr*. Graham' parent, Mr. and Wm. House on Jan 21
I Mrs Ceo. lit Arbogaat li recuperating 'Mr Casper Williams of Modello. A daughter was born to Mr. and DECO
from a two-week Illness Mr Abner Kneltel on Jan. IS. I
at her home In florid City.Mn. Mr. and Mn. W. C. Morton A ton wu born to Mr. and Mrs
pent Sunday In Lake Worth with Alfred Taylor on Jan. 21.
A. C. Am'don of Miami their ton and dau.htff-In-1aw, A on was born to Mr. and Mr*. Vegetable Dusts
li a house ruM of her fon-ln-law Mr. and Mr Wilkes C. Morton. Blake Stevenson Jan. 20.
and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. B. E. Mr Lillian Sayer, Mr*. Thel-
Vlhlen. Frank P. Armstrong of Miami ma Sweating and Byrd Nvln
1* pending two month at the of Homestead and August Roy of "Sherwin.V/illiams/
Mr. and lira. Jack Flynt of Ban- home of Mr. and Mr W. A Oould underwent surgery this
*"_ lord were week-end guests of Mr. Phillip of Redland rd. Mr Phillips week..
and Mrs Wm. Muwelwhlte. 1* hll! granddaughter Among the medical patient this INSECTICIDES and FUNGICIDES
week were Mrs Alberta\ Poglo of .
11. Herbert C Concrd, Jr., 1* expected If you tears 'em, we repairs
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No. 171 ;
Miami Theatre TWO SHOWS DAILY 1 and t P. M. I II
: SATURDAY Il1liDAY"nUnuoo S till 11.Admlariani I I
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STARRING Nliht-Afl.IU 40 Children lei Millneo-Ad.lU,, .
I lOcI Children Its (Tax Incl) Matinee Prices till S P. M. I 1
a Block South of Traffic Light en 8. Dixie highway
Phone II-MII South Miami, Florida I Last Times Today: 'The Two Mrs. Carrolls" !

J i SATURDAY, Jan. tt-Double Feature Program I II
FRIDAY, Jan. IS-Laat Times Tonight at '7 and S p. m. Rl'( [ I

SATURDAY. Jan. Conllnaoui S I* li p. an.DOUBLE (Vou'U roar when the Tide rock)
w._ Zane Grty'a"SUNSET (Gene 1* buck with his wonder bone Champion with' a musical'
PASS". America'favorite singer of we.ler1thlt hit the spot) ,
folk*ong -with Hal Horton I
Also I I .
and chI Oklahoma Wranglers 8t."NDAI'.d MONDAY. Jam M and M
Serial and Comedy Monday thru FridayVKATi:45P.M. "ROAD TO RIO" !

SUNDAY and MOND4.T-Jan. tS and SI I (A load of rlotuoui entertainment In the latest, greatest road
, SUNDAY, enL S U U p. m. Monday ihew at T t p. I as.y \ ahow '311'''* ever taken for a laugh packed Joy ride)
WILLIAM. ELLIOTT and VERA RALSTON In Added "Net 8* o-tt-.I Pathe News

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': rt'pDAY" WEDNESDAY. Jaa.SI A n-a.....* at T t ... "POSSESSED"

FRANKIE SINATRA and KATHRYN GRAYSON la (The maddest love two people ever hand)




"THE BACHELOR'S DAUGHTERS"rlth (Ha two men too many a* It la with all more coming .any
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'i LOWEST ADMISSION: PRICES-MIT1VEE and EVENINGS PrlncclM .Pheae 111 and 171
Coming Sunday and Medar, Feb. 1 Md ItJUlbw Were I
( Under IS yra ** t'.." IS yra. SS* ""'Ita. IM .
Tights", with Betty Crable) "Mirth f Dime Week", UU
ALWAYS Till BEST AVAILABLE SHORT SUBJECTS iii sii s .201 theatre. Jaa. t4 through Jaa. *..

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li1\f F Noun's Social Events in South DadeKERMIT anown I



1 ( Kermit R. Wenkstern, manual was graduated from University of 1 stock: N. Y.. artist known professionally Approximately 80 music lovers I Cake and coffee were servedby
the hottest, Mrs. W. K. Wat-
Homestead and taught at Vero al Lillian riolic, will attended the annual program
tr.lI1lnlnItrU&tor at North Dakota
ton, Mrs. Clarence Gray Mr L.
J I High School, and Miss Erma Kempof Beach before ha entered the nary, speak st the Homestead Art Club liven for the" husband of members B. Delta, Mra. W. E. Gaby, Mn
J Hollywood were wedded tin i After serving four year he wa meeting Monday afternoon at 2o'clock of tie Monday Mu lc Clubon f\ O. Thurman. Mra. Carl &
Monday Dee. IX. In the parsonage discharged with the rank of lieutenant at the horn of Mrs. Ralph Monday evening at the Homestead Anderson and Mra J. D. Redd.
'.. of Hollywood Baptist Church In 1949 when he came hereto W.JCIngman. school auditorlufn.\ '
The ceremony was performed by Join the local high school Mr. and Mrs. Fiollc are spending MBS. MTElCfc ENTERTAINS
The was presented by
the Rev. Wm, Gardner. program
faculty.A the season here. BAPTIST CHURCH CtOUfS
Miss Lucia Cltta of Hollywood' __u member of the Homestead High
I was maid of hour and Grant School music and dramatic classes The Wlnom Class and the
,( Wenkitem of Dante was belt man RED LAND P. T. A. WILL CONTRIBUTETO directed by Arden Richards Young Men' Bible Clan of First
for his brother. PROGRAM OF COUNCIL WEDNESDAYIng" and Mrs Carl A. Held respectively Baptist Church were entertained
After the the bridal and t>y the- Homestead on Friday evening, Jan. IS, it the
ceremony Mil Chorus, directed by Irving ,11'1. C E. ),\ .
home of 1I'tclt.I
couple left for a one-week honeymoon musical program lll be pre to piano aooompanlmenl
i In Central Florida. Mr sented by Redland school'talent played by Mr*. t. K Alexander;; J. Lyon. I Howard I. Johnson, teacher of
Wenksteni plan to Join her husband at the meeting of Dade County: and Janet Waggoner will sing Mr Richards directed a bran',the men' class, conducted the
.. : her when they can obtain Council of Parent-Teacher Ai o- Drink to Me Only with Thine quartet, composed of Helen Tom- ,devotional Plan were. mid for
t living accommodation elation to be held from Eye*", to piano accompaniment erlln, Betty Turner David Fried- a valentine party to be held Feb.
i The bride, a daughter of Mr. 1JJO o'clock Wednesday at played toy Edw. Bsumgarten.Mr rlchi and Lonnie Turner in playing -, It at the home of Mr. and Mr*.
Red-I,1 Walter Peterson and Mrs "Desert Song" and "Tea forTwo" Johnson.
and Mr*. Lindsay Rich of Hollywood land.
II' Chu. F. Hennlngton will have Mr Richard sang a tenor; Assorted andwtchea, cupcake
I 'I was graduated from South Mr*. Jot. W. Lowe will !
solo, "La Banns a Mobile" from"Rtgoletto"
I Broward High School and from a the devotional end Principal charge of decoration and refresh- to piano accompaniment and hot tea were served by Mr*.

. I secretarial school At present she Robert A. Wilson will give an menu. played by Miss Mary" -',Myrick
i I* I secretary at the Hollywood address of welcome. Barbara, Rutland. Roy Nelson' violinpt Present,betide! these mentioned,
1 Clinic. Cooper will play a BAPTIST GROUP were Mr. and Mn. Wilbur Peep-
1 I c The bridegroom, ion of Mr. and "Fur Elise"; Myra Jane Bashor will GIVEN BANQUETThe ( played "Ltebesfraud" CKreU- lei, Mr, and Mr Waudell Peep.
"t ler and "Alt Vein" (Godowiky)
; Mrs" W. K. Wcnkstera of Dsnla ling "When Irish Eye Are Smtl- Rev. C. H. Ray of Coconut ) accompaniment playedy lei, Mr*. Wbuton Gun Mr*.
!superintendent for to piano
Drove, Dan Meyer and Earl Loa
Miami Baptist Association, wu Mrs Whitney W. Beam. Mra
! MRS. DAVIES AND MRS. KING GIVE TEA Inspirational! speaker for the training Wm. C Ewing, Mr. Richards and Mr.and Mr-Wino C Ewing Mr.
I Ar. Nelson, airing trio, playedMemories"
VISITING HERE banquet held for teachers and W. F. Beam, Mr Whitney Beam
and "An-
j M officer of First Baptist Church and Mr H. L. Brandenburg at*
tell Dream" (d'Ortt) John Delta
on Jan. 15 In the psstorlunvMr ended the concert of First Piano
d sin & H. Davies! and Mrs. FIL J. 0. \V"Mra.. M. W. Dunlap J. H. Drtwdy, local trainIng and Allen Left, dramatic pupils, Quartet Sunday afternoon In the
King gave an Informal tea at Mr H. ... Brawn Mn F. J. Roth, superintendent, wa In chargeof of Mr Field presented a black-. Miami Edison High School audi
r the Davis home on Jan. 19 for Mrs.'K. S. Capllnger, Mrs. Jos. M. arrangement, and Mr* J. L. face skit, And the Car Stopped" torium.
mother who are guest here. ',Burton Mrs. A. 8. Richardson, Kulp, Sunday school superintendent Mr. Lyon directed the male chorus
I! I Mrf Matilda Williams, Mra David made a short talk. In "On the Sea" (Dudley Buck)I
: Arrangement of yellow gladioli C. Williams, )I..A. J. Parmeter, Places for 25 were act at the and "Holy Land" (Bortnyalnskl).'' If you tear 'em we repair
and blue fern frond were used em. Trade Wind Dry Cleaner
1 .for decoration of the tea table Mr D. C. Ballard, Mrs. AlUce banquet table which was decorated Vaughan pianist Tunnell wall accompanyIng (Adv)
f Bye and Mn. C D. Schwine. with cut flower I
late cloth.
which was laid with a I .
: \ Cakes, mints nuts, tea and coffeeI
J '. f t' were served. The honor guests
were asked to fill out card will

i ) \8: pertinent and information were "Introduced"about themselves b,- Just t Nationally Advertised s tiver

t( the exchange of the cards. e e r
t Arrived FAMOUS
t Invited were Mrs. W. & Cave 1
1 Mr Sarah Koatetter, Mr*. David
? Day
f OW
S t Walteslde, Mr A. D. Hardln. Mr. " . I toft, "Good

; Mr*. R. L. Scott of Gould en- .141 .yolkifl'S"
{ > tertalned Jan.'19 In honor of th "
; ascot d birthday anniversary ol AM.rkQ t C f FOR WOMEN
her ton, Donald. Ice cream war
: i served with.h.. birthday cake if Bwsi latp a4fafheYf tlaiT which bore. two tiny pink candles lea
of the hat. cetwarjv kings were quite Tdifferttit.
t atolder. Colored be said e
; In blue elephant It need no longer
1\. ." ) balloon were given for atoms t tI thsj you have an expensive .Then were no movies, no alrplaoaa,

I I f Small guest were Patricia .foot. W* carry narrow and no BMoatobil few bathrooms, practically nofidat
: Glidden, Louts Hemming, Anita wide widths popular price electrical: afpUaace M yo' *contracted:

f \ and Leille Wlttenwyler, Gent diabetes or pee iciau anenla, your day were

.S Glidden.Calderwood Jerry and, Jimmy Stevle and Harper Johnny,. numbered.Your blood jolt"changed: to 1II1ar'S "

::.t) j Adult present were Mrs. Her i* one of the most la the former "to ware*" la the laner..
t t O. Calderwood ).Sr.. Harry Ch'1: popular styles-many others There was little protection agtlast vlraleet epideaoicw

r } rningt, Mrs. Roy E Wlttenwylei I arriving dally Smallpox vaccine was the only biological on the market.
Mrs. Perry Gifts
were sent by Mrs.'ifth. Kirk, I When diphtheria or typhoid ranged a community, there

Mra. Mary Roberts, Howard Allen ...Boding 10 do but wait it out la hope and dread V

j Kirk Roger Junes and Davy Long THE CROWNNO Yes, a return to'Se "good old days" would mean among

etaer<< things,the sacrifice*/tbmajor ponlott of thecontrfcintioeofaaedkio
Why hem and tin T We can Iraq 0
*ud pharmacy to you heakh and well-being.
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January 23, THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE . / Page Nine ;


I ASKED BY METHODIST SERVICE GROUP I rot BILL maura, I I Member attend the of the quarterly, group banquet plannedto When teals t
Billy Phillip, km of Mr. and I
_ of the business women' circle
Warm clothing 11 being collectedfor listed 75 visitor 14 bouquets, 22 I Mrs. W. A Phillip of Redlandrd ,of the Miami Baptist Association h-u.n ger-y
European relief by the Wo- cards and XT .,*. ., marked his ninth birthdayanniversary next Monday night at Stanton
mank Society of Christian Service' Mrs D. O. Hogaboam and Mrs. with a party on Jan. Memorial Church. It's Urn U I* I*
of Fist Methodist Church. Donor Harold M. Campbell Invited the: 10. Outdoor game were played,
asked to bring and birthday cake and ice cream Present beside those mentioned, The Country Kitchen
are clothing to the group to meet with them on Fe>>.
were Mrs. Jack Polk, Mr a C
social han on Wednesday afternoon 17 at the Mogaboam home. were served* I
Rsdford. Mrs. J. H. Drawdy and
or to five article to any Pumpkin pie and coffee were, The guests were Juanlta Rohrer, Mr. H a HalL 0. .. K*. L Omeail fir Tower
member of the group. served by the hostesses.... Foster Pat Phillips, Joseph Law, Wayne
and Burkett, Rodney Rohrer, Wayneand i Complete Dinner (only) From
Mr Dn William WM elected Mrs. Virgil D. Lyon.Present Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
leader of Circle One Tuesday afternoon were Mr*. Dexter Smith, Danny VUllams, Harry Jeo- and Mrs. Oeo. Montague of Goulds '1.11 to $lia
at the home of Mrs. A. Mr W. Y. Bush, Mr C. D. ner, fritz and David Rutzk and were Misses Ida end Alice Rhodes
M. Logan. Mr*.. Logan was made Faker, Mr*. C. D. Schwlne, Mr Bruce Wings of Chicago who an spending! the
co-leader; Mr*. David C. Williams, Capllncer, Mrs. Zola McXwen, winter In florlda. Miss Ida Rhodes,
secretary; Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mr*. Ueybem. Mrs. E: H. Hannon, BAPTIST BUSINESS woyrj! a former schoolmate of Mrs. Mon
treasurer; Mrs. It L. Brandenburg Mm. O, [,. Shewalter, Mrs. Harry mET irrra MRS. E1'LrMrs. tague's, served 11 year in Africa
foyer chairman; Mrs J. L Ballard Pierce; Mr*. Hogaboam, Mrs. E.X. :. a* a Baptist medical I1 lllonar)'.
member of the society's membership King Mrs. S. r. Matthews, A. K Paul and Mn. J. R.
committee; and Mrs. Altlce Mrs. A IIKo,., Mrs UcNetll. Dorsey presented program IncommemoraUon The department superintendent I .-
Bye, worship chairman for Mrs. Casper William. Mrs. E. fa the sixtieth and general officer of First Baptist -
February and March. Smith. Mrs. D. C Ballard. Mr E.: birthday of the Woman's Missionary Church will meet at 7:30: I
Members decided to serve a D. Ballard. Mrs L. S. Ballard, Union of the Baptist Church ,,o'clock Thursday evening at the ,
noon and evening meal at the Mrs.. R. E: Ward and the hostesses. at a meeting of the Business Women's home of Mr. and )4.... J. H:
octal hall on one day of the Red- Circle Monday night at the Drawdy.DUFFY'S .
land District. Fruit Festival Mr GLEANERS HOLD MEETING .
Casper Williams reported on the AT DELUNGEK HOME: ;
educational seminar at Fort Lau- I FOR MRS
derdale. Get-well cards were lent The Cleaner of First Baptist, r
to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brother Church met Jan. 11 at the home UPHOLSTERING k tae lIP Misled hr UM un
and to Mrs. A. D. Foglft It was of Mrs D. H. Dellinger on E.Movry gmspeet l
reported that $7 had been collectedon dr. Hostesses were Mr* D. [Why It tin run for 100.000yn
pledges H. Dellinger, Jr., Mrs. J. It. Eaker I -AND TRIM SHOPWe I 200?000 nuln with partedurltlKtton
cthM ors
and Mrs. A. L. Lanier.
for n..
Announcement was made that a reedy "junk help" when
ubdistrlct netting will be held Mr, L K. Bishop Jr..conducted Specialise In AtL-FLASTIC SEAT COVERS! Itwy have acarnly& Un drMn4o6oOor50000mltt
the dcvoUnnals After business Old furniture Rrflnhhrd. Recovered and Remodeled I
here on Feb. 19 when a covered a Your tike yourwlf M
'cll h luncheon will be served. session Japanese fruiV -cake and Exclusive, Made-to-Order'Cheats FeotMoola take core race at your health,wt a doctor you
Frozen fruit salad, sandwiches, coffee were served. now and then for a cf tea and coffee were' ttrved. Present,besides those mentioned, PHONE: Homestead 2 2-J.l and Uw.. lh. right kind. healthh yay
Present were: Mrs. Dan Wllllams were Mrs. A. A. Busiey Mrs. J. rM Should aw enoy KM) a I tMs lonfl':: rJ'''el*
>: Mrs. Gerald Elclier MnCeo. It Roberts Jr., Mrs. Henry Olson peal antler"
Hanson, Mrs. Brandenburg, Mrs H. V. Jones, Mrs. Virgil Easy Credit Terms
Mr*. Brown, Mrs. Casper Williams Sprlngle, Mr*. Russell McGlnnis,
Mrs. Bye and Mrs. DavidC Mrs. Vaughan Tunnel, Mr* Roy, i Wa eahnd H>you our IdMral' Credit i
C. Burley, and visitor Mist Erls ludffM bty rymmi PUn for buy
Williams. a Let Us Tell You About . M leads el Jarvtc Work ant
Additional officers of Circle Two Cay.MIS.. Z.0 Accolivor trill your tar
were elected at I meeting Tuesday ULTRASOL Treatments M itt beef and pay ut by Itt* I
week Of Ih.
evening at the home of Mrs.J. .
Wool' DMt II ..101....
F. Foster Mrs.Foster was made fee Men and 'Wen .
TO EEDLAND W. S. C. .. en m Teat Cwt
assistant treasurer; Mrs E. S. Cap- .
linger, program chairman; Mn. Mrs. A. C. Easton was hostess I
A. It Meybem and Mr*. J. A. Mc- to the Woman's Society of,Chris.
JJeUl, membership chairmen; and turn Service of Redland Community Etta's Beauty Shop ear BIRD 'I
:Mr*. J. A. Dsugherty, social service . Church on Jan. 13 at her home
chalrmu.- ,on Bauer dr. Routine business was I
Mrs. ,Casper Williams reported 'discussed by the ten members UPSTAIRS Bl'XTON'B. PHONE BSI-J CHEVROLET CO.Places .
t>n ''the* dueatlonal ,seminar shl.I present, Mrs. Easton served fresh ETTA ZIMMERMAN NORMA OOSSUAN LEWIS
attended Jai hi In Fort Lauder-;fruit cocktail, fruit cake and hot 1 II BesMs4ea4 Fla.
,dale. The social service report teL -0.4.01 41114 -- --

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A delays Chrlabne program barter; "Puwt Dane- (Richter) Q. What U the un of flab cut *f
the Ensemble Clan Fttrlcta Phfflip; 'Indian Sine".1 meet
wn given by
A. Tilts la I hAlt ham. known a* a
an Jan 15 at the home cf Mr*. "Ballade" (Burgmuller). Janet skink half
R H. FlUpatrlck. Cooper, "Curbui Story" (Heller) I IJ"lft Q. Where does Um eat eon tram,
eel how to U identified
Johnson "Mtnuett1 t Mo-
was ;
The following program prerntcd
A The lm shank U a widn-ahaped
Silent Night" (Oruber.jfl 1 art), "Arrival of Santa" (Thom. piece, will the duj-acUirbUo
grim Lanier, Mr*. FlUpltrlck;: M), Genevieve CII.ndlt'r'I1e'' aloe: of tmoked (lWlt. U la cut Prom
Bella Williams). Silly Mitchell the ahanlL or leg, end of the ham
'n..a &10' (Paul) Call Cl'OIIb7j;+; ( and oonUun the thank bone
Dotl Dance" (Paul). Sandra Lan Crowe: "On Venetian Waterj"Richter w H. How chmUd this oat U prepared?
lerTwinkle., Twinkle, Llttl*) ( ), Mary Ann Wolfen- A. The ham shank mafn be roasted,
Gail Croeb.1 barger. or it may be li It
Start t traditional) Snakes an expellent, recall, Jar the
Mr.. Fltrpatrick; "Etude No I" Candy! and tangerine were smW finally And is easily cerred.
Grant Chafer), "Skinning theI erred. The shank halt is often Oonaldereden
i I Car (Richter). Margaret Ann Guests were Mrt. A. L. Lanler.Mrt. economy: for cut, .. Is winter a good.:
reaUon owning
; oak; "Santa on the Way" (Thom- S. H. Fitch, Mrt. Howard The shank bait of but is a splendid mtrtl lor = Place the meat lA aids up oo a
< >a), Coy Lou Orennell; waits Johnson Mrs. Wilson Crosby, Mra. lt ui H M r.. would t whole bun, and 71111 find t-r.- raid.rowan=routing pan. Roast
Holaeth). Billy Phillip; threerlstmas Roy Chandler, Mm Virgil Grwi- tae aIL The gay garnish the lap I Ie wade wilt rtrl|.*t candled In a IW I-T allowing M
traditional Mill Erll Gy, Gladys Ann ehOTte and UM urn elurrk realer the 4 pineapple. atop wn&4ikt minutes per potinl or until a rout
carol ) nU.
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meat 11w morneterregisters 1(0 P.
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edge platter _
)} i cry Ann and Bobby Jo Wolf en- Harris and Carl Harrl When cooked In Uqiild. TSfMablea
are often added to the ham alumk.Th .
*meat la covered with liquid then
jl.: MRS. WHITNEY W. BEAM GUEST ARTIST cooked at simmering ; temperatureuntil
If t I 8 NOMINATED MRS. I: tender, about 10 minute per
!i Continued from post One Continued from page On I

I Mrt. Whitney W. Beam, guest to meet Feb. 11 at her home on) !queen by the purchase of ticket Marine Corp League; Mr Herman I v

pianist for Stephen Foster Junior N. W. Jlit. II.I to the historical spectacle, "Echoesof Jlelnle'n! Siuth Dad Garden

t Millie Club, played "Spinning Hot chocolate and cake were the Everglade, and by clipping Club; James B. Slurp, Ked-
i Girls of Carentec": (Bhene-Baton) I served by: the hostesses, Mr*. the vote coupon In this issue land District Liens Club; Tho Dr. F. f. Archer, Jr.
of the Leader-Enterprise. A ballot B. Royal, Homestead Rotary Club;
: I 1 at the club meeting! Jan. 14 at the!I Beim Mrs. It. O. Thurman said coupon i* attached to each itrlp Mr James C Vann. American Optometristw.
I Beam home. I Jane Thurman. Among the 20 of three ticket, now being told Legion Auxiliary; Mr*. H. P
1 Club member on the program, present, were the following guests, exclusively by the candidate A Rutherford Mr*. F. W. Unit V. MOWRV ST.
i were: Dixie and Carina Schu Mr*. Ward Beam, Mr*. Redd ballot box has been placed at the F. W. Auxiliary; Mr T. J. Tit- HOMESTEADTaeadaya:
gerald, Homestead Home Demonstration -
chamber of office.Each'
; Mr De.U: Mia Geraldine Doubt -
: i Anderson. ; trip of thre ticket li Club; and Mr.. Arthur Thureusys.
rley and Carlo Ygartua. .
Woman'i Club of Homeitead.Mr
being told now for ft and will Saturdays
: with Mrt. J. D. Redd at accompanist '
0'' admit three adult! to the pageant Arthur and her committee
and Anita
Deiti,;vocal and duet.Phyll'a'The Lord It I You get them dirty; we'll make Two children less than 11: year met Monday n'ght with the JohnB. PHONE tot
y My Shepherd" with Mr*. L. B. then purty. Trade Wind Dry of age will be admitted on one Roger Producing company'
t Dolts a* dccampanlitRennle Cleaner (Adv.) ticket Later the ticket will be representative Mr. and Mr
I placed on sale singly for $120, Harry Dorrlngton! who will
Invited the
; i group !each which Include the tax. direct the pageant

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My choice for Miss Redland la I positively be at the
Homestead Grocery C*. fflot

1 I HOMESTEAD FLORIDA ----.-------- .--.. :.......----.- I all thin. season..INCOME .

!1 I 1 Window and Door Frames, Kitchen Cabinet, Her address -n-T-. ., ,?--,,....-. _....:_.____ J TAX

I General :Millwork\ I r, Contest closes at I p. m. Feb. It. u... | Consultant

i ij Cora 8. W. Ind St. and 4th AYe OppoMU Seaboard Track L 0-00 10000 INGEN OWNS INNER 000 seems iumn _'UNION NMI I Small Bookkeeping Sealse.s"Where

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The Big Ones Bite"e


Ir I Repairing: Acetylene Welding! : Painting I PAINT SHOP' F. O,. Box :tl

Body and Fender Work
; Rock Harbor, Florida

; gad Bt, 1-Block West of Quirk ,.,..... Phone SI I Dupont Skiff and. Motor, fS.*, Inboards; |S.I
: I Skiffs li-feot. fLSIl U-foot, $3.00Bruce's
,I Duco DuluxAuto

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: Walker & Fales WRECKS REBUILT !I --


t PLUMBING (at Naranja Rock Co. Quarry)

1ou ani Be'HonHEALTH
Jwilhoul v g-l\m SINGLE CO'l."NER"L"'CQ DOUBLE

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Your Orders Repectfully! Solicited( !

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d 1 !I In Dade County: 3 mos., $1; 6 mos., $1. 01; >.., 52; HOW YOU WILL TM c'r"e_

I! t I In Dade County: 3 mos, $116 j mosn $ .50; 1 yr. $2; BENEFIT BY READING

' It'llSt'llI1'110 BLAME: LET VOVRSELF
I' ta* -' '. daily aewgapeetIEIIU -
I Date because the condition of jour 111I SCDCE MGIITot: v. ..a fIftd yGuIWIf sae N
I Homestead Leader, body affect the pate of your ,ale t;:.-eda wed'd. :: sale 1n Veto N s.n.amty spope ?.,an,Isis War"Vow'=WNW gas,
1 14 N. W. Third 8U Homestead Fla mind, If, perchance you are art r.:d.. n.e a ":1.--"". eead ya .-
to It la unwise anuunneceeary I sow In .. ..> I""*"**'*.*".*
ever up par 1,, ay!
Emhwed flad f_ for which please trail tile Leader MiTli mr.'mHC. iQ*%
for you to suffer In I ........ new II : : ------.-
ff Months teipf silence Call and team how and s ape" if TM.C ar n fctant* sIS, se ""ULA. rl f
I e..rad" : JOr+ y Shorn, Mlgn If. Mina
why chiropractic keeper peoplehealthyand -rSik Nr" V*| tneh..d *> ter **" stdos..nd /III The Chhele,
NAME therefore happy IUl:.w>*tl jJetWMMon.lwtwemiMntH.

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Friday, January_ 23, 1948 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

Nowoo Plant Enthusiasts Hear Milton Cobin 'I" YOU If you HAVE need: anything anything to visit 10

I I\II'' : Swap Shop V* buy: m.Jtrenes -

:Speak on New Fruits Being Tested CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING In good amid glen, stovee ,'

I Ire boxes, etc. The Swap Sh pS

lie a line. If fatal IB advance lie a Us*. Flatter Ave, Hometead. Phont
afore than I dozen topical .nel Mary D. Nettle I-. ---__nn___ ___ 4(7 (J24-tl .
tub tropical plants which may .t be'1 It vie decided that club met one-half east' I
HOUSE for 8SOa '
'i ben will participate In the pal- j BARDS OF THANKS :HAULINO kind Homestead )
j -any
of potential value to>> South Florid 80 ft frontage on gold st
cant to be staged at the R, land I II
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Transfer C* Ph. $134 (alJUJ
s FRAME BUILDING and 4 101"1 t tI
were lilted by Milton C*& I District Fruit Festival I
!I I W, with our grail- $7 IIOO-tetm.. ,I
tseofete horticulturist Hi Subtropical The next meeting was annalistic LET VS SUPPLY your landscup. I'
hide for the kindness and HOUSE AND M ACRES
Exp r'mnt: Station. In .1|for 2:80 Monday afternoon, Feb SoI sympathy pai: i I Ing noeds Large stock: ot tropical
shown and for the flora to groveRight pre
talk before South Dada Garde I I The 42 person present wen planted and ornamental plant at
offering sent In our bereavement. and terms. I ,
Club Monday evening in Sacra :. rved with doughnut and ooCrea special prlcea. Heinlein Nursery
Heart elubhouMOn i by the hostesses.. Mrs. W. C. M"- Mrs. Howard Dr'Pf'rtota'n 10 ACRES with 4-bedroom hour..! Corcnut Palm Dr. and Comfort
A. Pntchard and tenant boon
may "eat his cake and hav ton Mn Ceo. Pitt, Mrs. O. W. 4-car garage Rd Phone 443-J-l. o4U> .
M. Pritchard Price $45 t.
It toof in the sax ol the Main Calkins md Mrs. Joel J. RolInaon Ashley Nine acre In grove '
I 000- |IS,000 cash balance t branchIng
palm from Afghanistan a Mr G W. Orr wa awan .
variety that dtt not die wheihe I ed the door prz' Cemetery & MausoleumWondlawn purchaser at 6%. ,! INCOME: TAXHEADQUARTERS .

( bud li eaten Mr. Cabin tated The e'ubraom was decorati i FRAME HOUSE good condltlot

.. The peach palm of Central .nel wth: pIIltel-tlnlw1lla, row Park Cemetery .1 partly furnished fronts oil, W. C. PJORTON-O..Un. '

South America, also la edlbh ..nel buds and.azaleas.. I 326.0 S W. 8th SI. Miami street, tfsOO. II1IIt cash; btlanc ECONOMY TAX SERVICE

may prove a rich our"e of fat" Thane 4-79J4 ,$50 a month. 8% Interest. 20174.!. lit Ave.. Homestead

and oils, he uld Among olher' Firms Will Highlight A wide selection of cemetery lot : 3-"F. )ROOM HOME, furnished Phone '''.R (

possible useful plant.., he men- lat| moderate price available from $8.400-$5,409 cash balanr INDIVIDUAL. PARTNFR- .

tloned, If the squares asna'ragubean World Mission Pcograi; large unsold cemetery acreageCommunty easy terms SHIP CORPORATION1\

ef the East: Indies which I II A foreign mission: program w'lI'be 1 mausoleum ot 1,724 4 LOTS and 1-bedroom noun!. FARMERS REPORTS A (h

similar In taste to asparagus' am ,crypt and niche. $10,500. Term SPECIALTY. \
.It 7:30 Thurads Ind
preentd : finished
has a protein content higher thai .. BOOKS KErr FOR SMALL (
"evening In Homestead fresbytei. Terms.
bean The root! 3 lot* $13,000.
that of the toy Ian Church by the Woman. I FOR RENTFOR and 1-bedrnom how, MERCHANTSOffice .
also 1* ed ble. These plants, nt; 4 LOTS
Auxiliary Term1 *.. hours: 8 a. m. to
brand new. }y.
yet available for widespread dutributlon >- Of special Interest will be the m'dnlght!
: land apartment .'
arc being tested, he PENT-13 acres glad have no house or )
showing of the March of Tin I Kromt ave., between Silver rentBenJ. I .
and proving to by suitable i on lilted for = ,
Mid, are -- - --- -- -
for South Florida cultivation film on Brazil, whirs Miss MSIgarlda i Palm and Coconut Palm drive. ). Warren Morris* WE ARE EXPERTS In the an! :of :;

Ate short business session the local, missionary church. teaches sponsored In b, ,Phone Homestead it 247. (d26tf)) 238 S. Krome Ave Phone 1st I reproduction. Let ua copy and (I

raise club dUel mem-I I Homestead H*. restore your old photograph ,
ben voted to mission school "We Too Receivea ", FOR RENT ROOMS, hot bat Pa Box 488. I

" M centfeto one dollar. film showing the rescue. of I I Math tub and shower. Sam J Flagler Fotoihop. (putt) .
Herman Helnlelrt kmMr ASPHALT TILE!: can give perm* I
Stillman, wounded American flier Soul Davis Farmlife rd. Ph. 6S2-J-J.
by (
SEE: OUR oil of the
\At I IaJ.'tIoat painting
durab Illy It
named and
Ernest B. were nent beauty
Seas Christians, also will be (dlttt;)
pit i Florid Kf'l. Flagler Fotaihup.
I floor. Nothing) I* bet j
auditors.Admitted any
sented Visitors' will be welcom. I
Into membership wen I I The missionary theme w 11 be ,30 arm glade land for rent. let for covering those untidy con I t GROVE WORK don at sensible

Dr. and Mr*. Ceo. D. Ruehle, Mr emphasized by the Rev. Frank 1 1Eh'ery L. I Phone Navllio Bras, Florida crete nonr For free estimate an< I. prices. Mowing, dragging ..n4fertllllln

and Mrs. Chaa. L. Ooley, Mr. am, pastor In his sernn City, Phone 28J-J. o24-tf;) I inspection of 8 color samples cU ,. Avocado for plantingnow. '

Mrs. Vernon W. Turner and Mn. Sunday morning on Th Chart) ,I FOR RENT-New half-bag cement 518-W or write P. O. Box(pNsl)1) Booth 8-7-J-l Lulu and

of the Church. mixer. Grlggs Roberts Waldtn. $1.00 each. $1.7S planted

to Preach between Bauer and Beautlfullj New grove planted or will remove l'
John Knight I rd'i SOMETHING HEW- ;
Vonnsr Methodists plan old tree and replant. Wind
For Nazarenes Sunday drives. (pd2 )) wrapped box of candy and flail
District Meeting Her combination. Homestead Flora and hurricane damage repairedand
The Rev John L. Knight, dig' I WHIRUI'LATE MOWERS foe md Gift Shop, 122 N. W. 4th Stit trees righted. Gone discing.
trice superintendent of the Churchof I' The Council of Young Adul rent. Glade & Grove Supply 2nd Ave. Ph. 53. )9lf|) Sorenaon and Kramer, Phone 4flJ I
the Nazarene In Florida, will of the Methodist Churches of Ml- ;Co. Homestead, phone 200. (o3U) M-2 or 280-W-l. (oJtf)
amt District will meet at 2 O'cloc -
speak at 8 o'clock Sunday evenlni I, For SaIWe.\1nahoUII electrirefrigerator. WE SPECIALIZE in wadding and I.I I.
Sunday afternoon at First Met!-
In Homestead Church of the Kara- FOR SALE Phone 53. Clilfl l | '
fneit quality por raits. Flag*
I odls Church In Homestead srnotince -
rene, announces the pastor, the I (JII If)
I the pastor Dr. Sidney IDavles. IF you're ready to buy that new Fotoihop.
Bower The public ,
Rev. John T.
JUST ARRIVED Shipment of
Is Invited II I Miami,. Miss s l director Irian McElny, will e: ,, NEW Deepfreeze home freezer, Crowley call B18-W. WE DO reliable watch repairing.: t

Sunday Ulndn<<, Mr. Bowen See the DEEPFREEZE: before you Wood Jewelry, McCrory Ar :
the meeting. e)I Acres-2 In tomatoes. U f
WenMod" al2tt)
"So They eade (
will preach on 'buy. Hnrr'a Refrigeration CaPhone : 1,1
'.' The church-sponsored Goulds near Quail Roost. Rich '.
citizenship movie program I* held : 1M.- J23) ird Cottle, Rt. t. Box '8, South OUTBOARD MOTOR REPAIR ,

to PreachAt from' 2 to S:30 each Friday afternoon ..,FOR SALE-Apt. size-gas stoves HiamL Phone 4-7478. (p)231;) Airport Service Station ac Gs.rage. I'I
Dr. In the social hall Dr. Davis for Immediate delivery while Ph. 8134. (aWI)

St. John's SundayThe remind the public. Feature set ,they last Harris Refrigeration FRAMES made to order-Urgi' _

I IJ ale, travelogues, cartoon and Co (123) election, Flaglrr Fotoshop. SEE ALEX LANIER for well
Rev W H. K. Pendleton, hymnalogue are all used to help" drilling. Corner Krome .

)0., of Hollywood Fla. will conduct : build Christian character. hi I FOR SALE-.1BJ Chevrolet Club rOR' SALE: New CBS 2-bedroon N F- 10th st Phone M8-W.

services at St John's Episcopal I points out.Presbyterian. Coupe, radio and heater Good home, cedar-lined Closets till
Church Sunday morning I condition. $750. John Kuhn, P. O. kitchen and bath. 150 ft. front WE DO commercial art work.

Communion will be at 730: and : Men Hear 1141, Princeton. (pJ30) I." Owner. Ph. 176-W. ( n4;)| Flsgler. .Fotoshop.____. -. _(J3IU 4)
and --
the morning prayer i -
at I). Dr. Mew on Universit,)' FOR SALE-Modern 3-bedroom HEAVY DUTY U4-ton 1148 Fort NEW KOOre AND

Dr. Pendleton was formerlj ,,i home, half-mile south of Goulds truck, Aised very little, gusran-
e rector of the church. Dr. Ceo. Mew, comptroller oj':1 pod office old Dixie Highway..Owner teed perfect thape. Electric ROOF REPAIRS

Emory University, spoke on thl:. Ceo. Montague (pJ23) welding supplies, 2 metal cab' Roll roofing gravel shingles,
work of the university before 2 net kitchen sink Nivlllo Bros. 'lie and metal roofs Installed,
Makes Survey
Expert members of the Presbyteries .,NEW"SHIPMENT"Domestic sewIng nor'da! City. Ph. 2B3-J. (dl2-lf) guaranteed workmanship by !lie
To Tell Church Needs i Men's Club at dinner meetln.Ii machine has Just arrived sensed and Insured roofer

I Jan. 15 at the home of Mrs. J. .fHlckson. Portable, t134 SO; table model, Tor SALE or RtNT-20 A. fern FREE ESTIMATES.
Dr. E.!: M. Conover of New $13450. Harris Refrigeration Co. I glad land on good road Navilo -,

York City, director of the Inter- A turkey dinner was served bJ'\ J23) Bros. Florida City Ph. 283-J: Guaranty Roofing Co. ;
denominational Bureau of Architecture .. _
Mrs. R. Y Burr, Mrs. Frank Hathaway
made a survey of Home- Mrs. J. M. Holferty\ Mn ;FOR SALE-t-I kerosene hcaten GOOD automobile radio. 1(39
: Church :! Mrs. C H. Show N. W. 8th St. I Phone 2571I0JlIESnAO
stead Presbyterian property I R. E. Trotter and Mrs. John Idickson. Dodge sedan good running
to making 2nd Ave. Phone 273-R. (a23) I FLA. '
Monday preparatory .1& ondlllon.. Ph. 57'W.. (n28lf)
recommendations for future I i iWI

expansion of the church here. I i Pertly furnished 2-BR MAKE phoUntatlc coping

According to the Rev. Frank I* POLL-PARROT home .. ... . . $385000 FOUND"OUNEXBILJUFQLD. I Flagler Fotoshop. (Jilt) [I

Bvery pastor, 'Dr. Conover was SHOESfor I Completely equipped broiler poultry t '

favorably Impressed with Homestead plant, adequate for 40000 Owner may I WANTED'
and the Redland District Boys and Girl .'broilers; completely furnished claim lime by Identifying con- t.

and will assist the church In developing HOMESTEAD BABEBDASHER1Aereaa l
an expansion program treat City Han ful tropical' landscaping' $47.500 Leader-Enterprise office. V ANTED-Some one to do quilt !
and rapid I I Ing. Ph. 788-J Mr. Godwin i
suited to Itt needs U- S. No. 1 Highway FOR.....: I i ilIonn
growth Store home, fruit stand 113 ft LOST ___. __ l

'' SUMON SERIES GIVENA .V.V.V.WmiNT frontage $13.00000 1 or APrl.IUrlO''" too TAXpasta

aerie of sermons on the aec- I CBS filling station (corner property .OST-Brown horse mule with .:steel I"

and coming of Christ 1* being ) ... .. ... .00000 brand X on left Jaw, D on hip I NOTICH II HKRKHY OIVKM raoS ; \
1 TO I Desirable business corner, 472ft L I. Hitman A B. LMfw".u5a. <>>tM
Miss Rev Spark pastor Marshall Goulds. Phone j
given by Albert .. ltiw> of of Florida City Free Methodist I frontage 1,60000 59-M.. J231 ... MwnWr 4111. ..M the 41k ...f ,
held 099 ft toned for tourist cot J"Mh A. P. tau, ta< IM MM ..evil. ,

Church.for young Special people service at 7:30 ar Monday court . _..._ . .10.00000 .ort, Gold link bracelet let with :
and for Junior group at 3-BR horn with rental property emerald Reward. Ph. 272. "n4iM with low. MN c..tlfk.w ... /
evenings .. t
UM olknrlnf Tlb.d greasers/,
afternoons : In rear M.500 00 (J9II ,
2.30 and t o'clock Friday Lead\ ta Dodo c.-tr. r br/de is t
New modern 2-BR CBS home. .Its
lIe C.,... d 11.4 aalts
awle at
close h, REDUCED to U.8oo.00I MISCELLANEOUS It ,a rag "...... W ....(
I 3-BR homo on 4 large lot, partly rt a t..n n. MK-IT iMtn. N e r (
I W.Hasktai n. t. POD, wkwiM r.r. riot a** ;
Dr. Leonard furnished ._ IfIIoo.oof'For
RADIO SERVICE Homestead I. Pirn n. ta the Cur re Moat.Cweta ,
1 |........... .. KM ,....1.I ...- ,I FEOLAND DISTRICT properties Music It Appliance Co. Phone .( n.*.. SUM .4 Klnrtita, .
fltUM M4 ....,tumor of PURINA Do ltt ,, consult the man wh has Tk nmiimit MM .n>irl> .ivWUnlM
148. 21 N. Krome Av*. (123-tf) ..W o.rtifk.w bftw woo t. the game
GLASSESW WILDS CONDITION I'' resided here for '35 YEARS --I .. > .. u.00 MM CWUflMW dwllHimi j .i
I RICHARD FUCHS. (E. L. Cotton W. will convert your old style < MMrtlM U taw, w <>4
N. I.. 14 S&. MUmL Hv a.uda "eel Mri lit trw (kwm MI the late A., W I
c-....... air C.wHM.W oo"s woo Realtor), 12} S. Flsgler Ave Ph treadle sewing machine to a A D tact
448. loiters, electric for $25- Harris ; 11th ar of ".....,, A. A :
2-8524 I B I
L.......,!........................r II efrlgeratlQB Co. Ph. 198. Q23) "*' L B trATHMIMAW.!: :
'; FOR SALE -1 Farmall 12 tractor Clove H r nraH Cmt,
WATER PUMP SERVICE All ItaAt C,..,. Florida
I I tandem '--i, I tractor plow, ;
s. L Kendrick ''I I trailer t mower I rake, 4 make Phone 141, Homestead onto Wt Br BM w.).c matcrr. o. ft

Glade and Grove 'mall Avery pl ws. Phone Mr..E .. luaic & Appliance Co. 28 N i;_. 14 SS. St ..... I. td. IMII

JUSTICE OF 111& D . Suitor, Homestead 2M-M! \ rome ave. J18tf
MAC! Supply Co.CWekerboer. I (u'-")
Btrta, Oertifkam sal tte e r low rwina elm ,} '
Meets elBe le4ft4 ..* sow HICK COATS bought and 1OId.I -H""..tead Music It Appliance

aa.aR yonown.a.aa . I Coat mUll: for tale. C. N. Cook. eo.. 28 N. Krome Ave. Phone 141.

Odd 'aHewa Aide.. a . ,J .'k. Bill f(. R,of Prliweton. .(pJJJ) J23-H: ) .

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t Paw Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 23, 1943R.

Tin Can Diet Libels Goat I twice a* much at U carried ingoat's 'IIYDRA- IA TIC
IL S. QUINTET Myth ; : milk. Dr. Wacbenhelm And'

} ; WINS 1, LOSES 1 "Cleanest and Healthiest Animal"Br I 1 ither this the acid pediatrteU Infant's I* decidedly intestine hare shown Irritatingto that I UNIT OPTIONAL

1 1i our ona BUWSTCB M.D. known a* "making a goat of aome- My personal experience In the ,
i Herbert Onto and Del Sptankto body" lilt of goafs milk ha extended ONNEWPONTIAC
combined to score SI point MraM FWTOri M NOT.i soft vw6wlae" mmW.. W saw', A goat I* the cleanest and vr many yean and my observation -
l>r' Ow Otto BUWMOT J M..i "l' 4tor healthiest animal known. Goats, 1 of result In its use by MUentl transmission M -
for Redland Friday) night when fcttrwr M tto SMk PIcrMn. seat properly cared Jor, will eat only 1 of all ages, ha coveted Hjrdr-matlc optional
.. the IHt
Iww krW sealer M Candle TtrmtAt equipment on
the Rattler defeated
than generation.
Boynton nore
+ Or awes.r MI mkb M W clean food and they would rathergo a Pontiac has led to the most comprehensive -
Beach High >>.21 on the Rediand UM tt kr ButMWOKS. IU4I.AMMMMT thirsty than drink dirty water. In all case I have received training program In
court. SprinU made three field Many babies become sick when 1 better result from goat's milk Pontiac history, it I It reported by
} foal ,and five free throw, and weaned and put on cow'a milk, 1 than from cow' milk and In many IU W..Ward, general sales manager
? Gate cored Ms field (Ml*. Concerning the goat a* an animal due to the tough heavy curd. J instances, tl\er. result front 1 ronUaC\I.etlrJ service person
7 Graft again starred for Redland It tl well to note that, under When 108 t'* milk I* used the sort I toafj tnllk tAn from' mother1 net ha alrvady received extensive
Tuesday night when the Rattlers normal circumstances, the gnat delicate curd digest 'with case.Goat's I milk. I|I hydra-malic training and an edu-
were defeated Jl-44 by South U a more intelligent and cleaner milk I* nature' own The babies and youngchildren,rational program on a national
t Bnoward High M ore 1 home court animal than the cow naturally homogenized milk andIt I lid better on the fresh milk than bail for Pontiac dealer mechanic -
Crate scored II point, and V(. The human family! doe not U the nearest to human milk. nn the fermented milk, probably now I* underway, Mr. Ward
Smith Ullled 13 point for the realize how much It I I. ruled by, When properly handled, goat's 1 because they liked the taste but..Mid.I .
loser.. ridicule..Many yean ago a clown, milk I I. tweet and delicious real older people. Including myself I Sufficient hydra-malic unit
Brovard' B team won the Blame representing a village fool, taste treab I received more benefit from the ",11be available to equip a Urge
with a wore of 15-23.:: tained his audience by The experiments on the use of ,curds and whey, due to their,percentage of Pontiac'i 1948 pro-
KedUnd'i next three games are: the goat with tales about it enter-I goat' milk by Drs. Sherman. Loh-I quicker and.;.tsiet digestion.In I i duction Mr. Ward said. At the
Homestead at Sedland. Jan. 23.; of tin cam and ragweed net and Wachenhelm are worth my many yean In the prac beginning of the model run bow-
Riverside at Hollywood, Jan. 24; cause the tory was *o noting They say: I tin of medicine I found the use ever, the percentage will be higher
E and Ponce at Ponce, Jan. J7- alee. his audience roared with ; The chief difference betweenthe ,of goat' milk preferable In all 10 that all dealer may be
laughter Then all down the yean, fat of human and cow' milk I II cases, tick or well 'IImpled.Gason .
BAKE IALC SATURDAY whenever a vaudeville actor or I 1 is the excess of fate in the former,
minstrel show end man tailed to and the high ratio of volatile fatty I
A bake sale wlU be held Saturday get a laugh he raked up the old acid in the latter; the volatile '
in the Homestead FurnitureCa tin can goat .tor)'. From this you fatty acids, especially butyrl acid
tore by the Wotnin'i Societyof may evolve the thought that falsehood are six to eight times a* abundant '
Christian Service of First Methodist and ridicule are the fundamentals a* In human milk. These acids U
Church of the satirical wise crack Products
they exceed a mail amount areirritating

,; 'i to the Intestine, __ in, .
peclally of the Infant. In observing -
that the fat cause the most Of nOKIDA
: : serious difficulties In the substitution -
of cow's milk for human
VIC COOK Local Manager
\ milk, we must not forget that the ,
; extnr Wear newborn calf I* about at far advanced
in development .* an
'4 i infant aged nine to twelve month AllBOTTLED
I Iin the case of young Infant It I* GAS
J evident that cow'* milk 1* a rather
in unsuitable food.
, \ [ A the butyric acid U a constituent -
I of the butter tat and the fats and InstallationsCommercial
I cause the most serious difficultiesIn
i ; ; Tulane I the substitution of cow'* milk
Work Clothes for human milk, it I* interestingto

> I note the report of Enrique
:Touceda, C. 1% on the analysis of Gas
rt ti cow's 'milk and ,ot'* milk for
: 'i this acid.
| Ooaf milk _OM5 percentI
Genuine Cramerton I Cow's milk __ 0.181 percent Domestic Gas. EquipmentBENDIX '
Z I The butter fat being encI.e4.In
Army Cloth. 'an envelop or capsule, and The
.walls of the envelope* or capsule
tic ? I of the ,OIt'. .milk, being much
Sariforized-Shrunk, i thinner and smaller than In cow'
I I milk are, therefore more easily
Vat Dyed. Doat Sail prepared for the stomach and allowed -
to pass into the small intestines -
: : t Drill Pockets. Guaranteed | for digestion and aaslmiU-
Ii t i,lion more quickly.The Automatic Home Laundry '
new-born kid (goat) weighsat
L for Life of I
t I birth, from six to ten pounds WASHES
(therefore, we find the weight ol '
Garment. the kid and the new-born Infant
I'i i the tame, 'with result, It can be DRYS -
accepted their digestive! organ
i, : SHIRT $3.95 are relatively alike insofar at IMMEDIATE DEIJYEKTRADIORECORD
development 1* concerned.
: PANTS Enrique Touceda, C 1%;, In his
Ij analyst of the butyric acid ol
cow' milk and goat' milk found PLAYERS
I : I the 'cow's milk to contain several
time u much of this acid as carried
f In human milk and more than and RECORDS
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