Group Title: The Homestead Leader
Title: The Homestead leader
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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Uniform Title: Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: February 6, 1948
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087295
Volume ID: VID00594
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34296444
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Leader-enterprise

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Year No. 6. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FIUPAY FEBRUARY'6, 194a 'rice Fire cents

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I New r. Mayor and .Council 'PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT V. F. W :I




Transact First BusinessHomestead I 'BUM IMPROVEMENTS


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city council room citizens and crowded overflowed, the' FOR HOMESTEAD'S AIRPORT !

Into the halrVay Monday night to
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witness Ole of Mayor M
Inauguration) I Local P. 0. Rated 99* The first Redland District Air
Thos E. Kirby and the new oAi r
In Annual InspectionA Show, planned ** an annual event,
cit. Th retiring mayor. T. N
J.11
will b*, staged, Sunday afternoonat
administered the oath '
Harris,
office to Mr Kirby who la tort awarded rating: the of Homestead fit per post cent office was! ty! Homestead city airport un-

swore In the new councilmea, J.II .. 1 ; In the annual Inspection mad recently druT the sponsorship of Arraa* -
T Godwin and Carl S. Anderson' by the post offlce-jiflrlals ilth V. F W. Post and the Red-
tomembers, and Wm. Mus land ,District Chamber of Ommere -
aelwhit, W. R. Horn and James This Is the highest rating ever ,
.. attained,by this office sine I be- I i
Wollam. Iw<>>-ear men. Ul* Hood '...J 'came postmaster In May, 1033',I. Ammg: famous stunt piM on .,
and I Q Wynn are hold-over Postmaster S. E. Livingston said the program are Betty Skcllon,
member I I "It is .5 per cent higher than the Woody Edmontiin, Carl iMmn and
i T Godwin was unanimously
previous rating We fell short of Tommy Boyd all of whom gave
elected council president. the 100 cent rating because we exciting! atrabatle exhibitions at
per '
idnnmiUAfrmJii named to super ,the recent Miami All-Amerkan
failed to handle two forms'usedin
vise the various city departments }qV1 the regular daily routine exactly Air Maneuvers. M'" Skelton sad
were: Mr. Musselwhlte, finance; / Edmonton specialize In x dual
outlined In the puatall.w.
a*
l Mr., Anderson, lights and water {;" fM and regulations. FIIIrdIthI.4IC.Uu' amok apt< said to be unique In
.1 l+tr'Wbttam,' ,olive;Jat' Hood tire' '. :. tv.o charges ot .S per rent: were l stunt .w byhsg. A i "beot nnyflghtera .
department, Mr Horn, streets andContinued ; i* expected to on. theprogram.
deducted from our rating
( on Page Eleven) .
Proceeds from the show will be

21 TOWNS PROBE : 7,000 CRATES OF The shared V F equally W. hare by will.th*go sponsor toward

erection, of a post home, and 1ho

BILL TO MERGE TOMATOES SOLD chambers part af the, toward airport.A the lmprovfment -

I breakfast flight Is'planned lor
MIAMI AND DADEA AT FARM MARTI members of the Florida A't ?\tots
Asaoclation The breakfast, t* beheld
at Bamboo Tavern, will be
committee appointed Seven thousand field crates of attended by more than fifty pilots.
day night to study the proposed I tomato were sold at an average Outstanding feature of the show
merger of municipal price of (191 during the first threedays will be the flying of mall h/ helicopter -
government will report of this week at Florida City to the roof of the Miami
a, wood: meeting of represents-111111111111 I State Farmers Market. reports post office This will be the first
fives of 21 Pad T. J. HARRIS Ends 5% terms as mayor af Homestead Manager C. S. Phillips The price time mail hi been diapgtched' tn
to be held at,the ranged from II a crate to $1.35. his manner from an air show and
County Club Th mllnlclPlUtlt'l The quality was described at the first time any type,of aircraft
Jail Friday night, Achievement fair with lees evidence of blight has landed on the roof if any
&oral Cable Despite Rigid Economy than previous pickings Farmers Miami building
the city of Coral 'Cabin a* hoit believe that this week warm City, county and state patrol
Marks T. J. Harris'
11 Years in Office I
Mayor Thos. E. Kirby 6f Horn. neither hut helped to retard the will co-oprrala In h.ndliN traffic
stead who did not take office blight and In closing tcmpjia/lly' the
until Monday; night attended* Mayan T I Harris who retired worked with City Attorney Ira C. sections ot E- First avc bad E.
first neetlng last Friday night at :from office Monday night after an Haycock to get back: upon the city Feb. 15 Final Deadline Campbell dr. which: bound the air.
(Continued< .* Pag Eleven) it-year administration, leaves a tax books as many as possible of To Sign for Ag Program I port,
I record of city progress and the I.500 lots valued at f 150,000 ---
Dade Af Group to Meet I achievement By a ten-year program which had reverted to the state for Grower who wish to participate TUB WEAT11EUDIM
Monday at Redltnd Camp of strict economy, the city delinquent taxes to a report to la the IMt tolls conservation program -
was enabled la 1946-47 to operate the people Jut February, Mr must sign the necessary >' _._ room w the arr..s.rIunrV..u
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A meeting of the Dada County on, an ia-mlll budgtt-In strikingcontrast (Continued Pan Eleven) worksheet Ill the office of County '''
Agricultural and Labor Asiocla- t to 1937 when the levy for Agent Chas, H. Steffanl before 1 DIM ....|era. I .**. |JIIaI"
tloa will be held at 7:30 Monday! I bonded Indebtedness alona was 10 Feb. 15.Applicants. ,Ian 21. M St 3004
evening. In Recfland Camp auditorium I mills art.adv>se.l to. bring fan. 30 14 M MMfan.
The ,association directors j During Mr. Karris admlnUtra NOMINATIONS ARE the legal description of all farmland 1L n 5$' lt 0.
will gjv*> tlnaaoial W. other r.I| I doa? the city twice ..refinanced its which thy wish to Operate ]Feb. 1. 70 53 10.11rb.
Ports' on tilt operation of the camp, I tended elect t* obtain en* ot the MADE FOR VOTINGIN under the program.Edw. A. LittleIs 1 I. 7* 41 Ml
,. and Information on the farm labor I Iituatlon. I lowest Interest. rates In the state.Mr. administrative officer of the local >- I Feb. JL ra II M.10
I I Harris also successfully program I reb. 6.. _ It II tOM
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I Stage arid Amphitheatre to .Be Built official petition, signed by XI Increasing Post. Office Receipts, Seen' 1

In Ball Park for Festival PageantA with Florida TOWB City Clerk voters,0eo.has .M..*.Arbo-. tiled As Barometer of Business in Area; '.I

Pat to nominate the following -
kpaclal stag and amphlthcatr MO o'clock. candidate for the town election A consistent Increase In stamp for 1943 when Homestead Army
,will tx built 'Is the city ball park A street carnival will be held Mar JL Herbert Hunter' mayor; sate and cancellations at the Air Field ws active u
to present th* Hedland District I each evening front I:JO to th, Gen M. Arbogast, clerk, Andrew Homestead post office during th* Records for cancH lk>B* begin
Fruit Festival pageant, _Echoes wee. sma hour w. Paly, marshal; and Alonzo past few year la Men as a bar- In 1946 when the office won a first
of.to* Everglade. Th pageant Mom than,, a. hundred booth* Uwla W. W &"111. Harry D eC. I oowtov of good business eondltjons. class rating and Installed a cancel
h, which will depict lour centuriesof are planned for the fair to beheld lee, Harry Cuchiella, Wm. E.Uyrs ., Inti, Mchlfi Mr. Uviato say.
, South Dad history.will be pre. la the chamber of commerce and Ernest NelU." couocll- Stamp saUs were 13.891.10, for Cancellations of 99,431 lor January
seated by s local cast of 150. building. Displays will include mea Mew candithJes are Pays January of 1MI-. u per cent of J94I topped the January
Special HgMiag equipment scenery tropical flowers, fruits and veg*. CuohieU,< and NW. The ri of i increase ever laws-W U. WM for 1947 cancellation! by .4.' lave Bent.,
and costumes have already arrived. tables, jelllet and jams, needlework the nominees are now la offlc, .January of 4M7, and an 11.1 percent and the January, 1946, vjncella .
Coronation of MM RedUnd and and handicraft There will Petitions to nominate candidate Increase over the .302..... of 'lions by UJ per cent "
.. Miss South Dad on Monday 'also be exhibit by future Form must b* lied with ti* town clerk: :I.... fMtma ter S. J:. Livingston Th over-all cervices, : rendered r,
.\s evening Feb. 13,"wiU ,...* the era boytf and guV 4-11 :club by Fab U M*.Arbogast says Th points out Sal** for January of I by the post office kv shown .
curtail oa the pageant which will and the ,schools' manual trainingand registration book will remain open J 184. snow a gala *f almost 11,000 1 proportionate increases, Mr. UvIngaton -
be presented nightly. from I to handicraft,classes,. j at the town hall until Mar. 1. i nr Stamp receipts .l 12.979.41 I Ia asid.. i
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Called Twine en a farm In addition *' 140HO
White
WOMAN Rev. Chas.
Uatian leave two
KILLED hU Wife, Mr -
By First Baptist ChurchThe tons, one of..'bonII. Edgar Mahanwho We're Proud V Our

; INJURED IN HEYLARGOCOLUSION Bex. Chas White ot Caldwell parent formerly*. tired. her with: his! .

Tex. has to' eat Mr. and Mrs. i\tafitintmaae (theirlast A"'IYNEWIS1" REEfj FA
i orate III I B I
,. I ., tt'fI(' !iled fiirtrtie{10 visit here about five years, R _

waa1Na. i 11')0 ri4rr'kQAtHewill ago I IT01'O' 7 Ml 1

,: Mrs Anna Long McCarthy .3. ;Sunday. visit Feb.here 22.and will preach on Water We wish to thank the city and county official! M.L1 placebut

II' Mount Morris. N. y., WH killed Mr. White I II a son of Dr. S L System I, for our brand new street-storm sewers 'n'
i Wednesday morning In en automo Whit of Miami who I*serving now Successful Under Test]I atr')>
bile collision the Overseas
on third
J Highway about two miles couth of I I* supply paitor. A satisfactory test of the .,000 I everything, M
Jewflih Mrs. Elma Axtell of Al. feet (II pipe already hid for the,
blots N. Y. her ton. Chat Axtell, Death Takes Grant MahanAt Florida City water system was I And we thank our customers for their per. ponland

driver o( the death car end Jim Maryland Farm Home made Tuesday by Town: Engineer{I I in wading thru mud and water and TI
Goo W. Crawshaw, Contultlfl.1Enelneer severence
mil Dear ol Ulamorado driver of ", '
the other vehicle, art In James Grant Mahan former Redland Wm.Cydow and Superintendent climbing over rock piles and barricades during bel'I
Archer Smith Hospital with palnJul I wildcat, died unexpectedly Jin Harry Oegler The pipes I
injiirt-) 14 near Rchobeth Md. where he successfully: withstood 180 poundsof the first six months following our opening.And land
Eyewitnesses report that the I and Mr*. Mahan were making their pressure I Mil
( we have plenty of parking, too!) testUs.
tragedy occurred at the southbound ----
Axtell car attempted to top at C
the Overseas Cat and pulled out Reef and Deep-Sea Fishing .
from behind a big truck directly TRADE WINDS DRY CLEANERS AIlIWbo
Into the path of the northbound It..', Undlnr, Boat 'loMU. --D w. the old Card Sean Ri
Dear automobile. l Ball and tackle furabbed. Tee keep fear fbh. UJ each Ma'
Two Turner ambulances broughtthe a..allollo-l'hona U-W. Dally trip except Mondays and 8. E. FIRST AlE. W. W. SEVER. Mtr. Mel

atead.dead and the Injured to Home-. Tuesdays lad Bill

The body of Mr*. McCarthy. was -- Cec
sent by Turner Funeral Home to Ell
Mount Morris for funeral services ; : Jo;
and burial . Ire'

Audubon Boats Moved : ( C1 IAPINE !fde nC1U !Og- Su CaJo'

:;To Hase on West Lake Mi

the National Audubon Society, Ell
which conduct bi-weekly sightseeing -CcNi
tours to Cape Sable and the
Key, has mixed Ita boats trim
Coot Day to Well Like The trips PONTIMJ DIP
on Tuesdays and Saturdays, will
Include expedition to the Cuth-
bert Like rookeries and b Florida
Bay,
Two of the Audubon .IaM._ .
log boats became itranded in inr
shoal water in Garfield Bight tJAllAIADB.B'1JiV FINER II
Sunday afternoon and were located P
by W. O. Van Ties In his n
seaplane Monday morning Mr. .! n
Van Tien taxied In and replenishedthe . ,
.J
boats' supplies and dlapalched II! r
an air boat from Snake. Bight 14i (
to their aid.ATTEND. ,> I A ," 'f/'
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services were held Saturday J. ,:s:.i :' I 1 1t

In Miami for M.... Wm. ... -:",. II
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Culm, worthy grand matron of : ..;", .. 1t 1i
Coconut Grove Chapter of the O.
B S. Attending the services from r.: .. I
here were Mr. Ernest B. Francis,
worthy grand matron of Ad Aatr )
Chapter, Mr*. R. L. Soott worthy
,
grand matron of Naranja Chapter
Mrs Jtmti & McCready and Mm 4Pn.arvGws.d
Either: Livingston.

MRS. STEAD'S KIN DIES
Tummy Pratt two-.ar.old
great-grandson of Mr Clara Steadof
Lanting Mich. and Homestead,
will strangled to. death lilt weekat
his home In Laming when the
curd from I Venetian blind became
entangled about his neck a* he
was aleeplng He was the only child
and ){r. and Mr*. Kenneth Pratt

LOSES SISTER

Mr* Wm. Carlo, a liter\ of
James S. McCready. died Jan. SO J
at her home In Toronto Canada,
accord'ng to word received her
Sunday, Mr. and Mr McCready
visited with Mr*. Carlo this past
sununet.


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REDLAND CREDIT BUREAU .

r. a box tll Homestead, .....
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A credit bureau la I legitimate dra-Matic Drive optional models !

and well founded business established -
M I credit I'PPtlrllnlll'rYkt
on Individual and, firm. The T ode,. Pontiac aaaouoces a sales of notable BtMerjklec*which shifts tears automatically, syaonimous in the automotive Industry with r
bureau and its member have advancements la the car thai has already" won and completely eliminates tile clutch pedaL goodness and dependability .tt

pledged themselves to treat all the andiron wholehearted owners and eadonemcM(."" .. of more then a Coupled' with this great engineering tnamph There_r.many more things we could tell you
infoimet'on' in a confidential manner Is a sinking improvement ie beauty and about the new Pontiac, there are countless
and to keep secure the kaowl- Foremost among these advancenMots It th* luxury. New exterior smaitmti emends from improvements which add to Its traditional
edge for conducting any. crest General Motors Hfdra-MMl Dri.che new radiator grille to the streamlined reu quality sad value But we feel that for those -\
Mcessary now offend as optional equipment o* all' bumper. who deer Pontiac,w* need only..y-
extension of credit to Individual
Pontiac cars. POMUM is the lowex-pn<*4 carla Interior, too, remsrkabl
are improvedhero
It, by far, the rootlet
tnntdil
most
Your and
cooperation
or firm the world to provide this gnat awdiaolcal UphoUierie are more beautiful and are ever built II t
assistance with the RedUnd Credit expertly blended to achieve sew
attractivenesshen
Bureau and Its member I II to your and charm,liutrument panels are finished :In a is till mint Uammi Pontiac ever built
advantage.The. matt design adapted from qUlI1eM.wedheN"IheIllOIt Jcftm/Mt Pontlac ever built
mahottsay.-end an adroit UM of chromeand ft is now available with CM Hydra.
Redland Credit Bureau I* moulding adds a deft touch of modernity Made Drive-*>o uml sddicMa.I red
Impartial and unbiased In attitude Engine and chassis have bass reined wherever Vt wish only to add that h is here-_display
and will report only tact and t. s poaa&bIe-bui they remain.....lcal.lhe! same la oar showroom and that you an moat
qualified ; Utement*. I engineering suMcrpieces which .have become cordially invited to see and inspect; k.

M the bureau can be of service
to you In any way, you are Invited Preston B. Bird Motor C
to call at the office 141 N. Krome .
Ave. Homestead else across from
the fire elation, or phone 169. South Krome An. Phone 848 Homestead, Fla.

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I r Friday. February 6, Btt. THE LEADERENTERPRlSEPue Tkw.


LISA DIEM STIU I Vernon Leach Visits Here on-Return Il i t.1

; Judcrimr International Exhibit)!IrA rlL j
l From -, j* | )jt

nOLDING)1EADJN i rl .A 1.; I0 /!, ; iq! 1j. i ih !
: b.Xdt, A. rr lt ..nltalton of the coal Industry .
FAIR QUEEN'RACE who last week flew from Chicago' Mrs. Ruby Leach Carew of, .
Coral Cables, another sister of ,
to Havana to serve as a judge for J
Mr. Leah, also visited at the
Miss Lisa D'etel and Mitt AnyMcLane the First Cuban International Archer home.
still hold first and seconc Salon of pictorial photography Is 1 S
place In th- festival queen contest spending th's week In Homestead Kcal Guard Unit to Ik I
with his brother-in-law and
sister
Lee has outtr
but MIll Whoopee -
'pped Mill Margaret Barnes for Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer. Heavy Weapons Company!I ,
third plan In the past five years Mr. Leach
The P'lorlda National Guard com I
sponsored Miss Catharine yesterday Thompson by the Red was hat lunging had over 500 International prints acceptedfor salons, pony to be activated her In early, 2A11DREPAIjTK 4 to 48 Hour j

Und Horn Demonstration Club. and in the world listing of pictorial March, will be i heavy weapons::
I exhibitors I for the salon year closing .
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unit designated as Company |
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Th holder of the highest number -
In-July. 147, be held twelfth
of rotes at the close of thcontest < lljlh Infantry, according to LICol.'John Service j t
place lit point of honors won. j : ,
will be crowned MlM Red.
O. Mcfarlan commandIng .
The Smithsonian Institution U.s. .
Und and the runner-up will aMiss national museum, held a one-man off::cet, First Battalion, IMUi .
South Dad The other fotvttitanta show of 54 of his prints through the Infantry. I )
will be court attendant
month of October and acquired I The unit to be commanded by (
Contest standings this week are: three of hli pictures for Its permanent Capt Raymond J, Voss Homestead' Homestead Music & Appliance Co.:
Lisa Dietel __.....__.._. 80,050Ann colleeUon. World War II combat veteran will
McLsne.._______ JW9I Mr. Leach U chief combustion be organized and equipped for' '
Whoopee Lee ...__....... 43001( engineer for Peabody Coal Co. and field training with the regiment In I' 28 N. Krone Ate Phone 119<<
Margaret Barnei__>__ J4.0K technical director of Bituminous summer maneuvers at Fort '
Helen Schroeder_.._._... SBOI( Coals Research, Inc, the research S. C Col. Mcfarlan "' JackI'ton. ._
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flunky Skall. J_,_ SOU( ; Jnnnm vznnwuv tsmnimimnnnjvtnnniinnaaivuvvvu
Cecelia Tomaul..._._...._ I,OW( 1
Elizabeth Petenon__.__ 1,00( .'
It' odLIIH fH'.II:
Jo Ann Baley. .-:_ 1,000Irene \ '
Cox ._ ...._ 1,000SlIlle 9ddI.411 no 't'bU 0'1 t
Weben. ._.___ .
Caroline Gomez_ ___ 1.000.. ' First Annual : ,;. '

Joy Peters____ 1.00 ,.. .
Maxine Cash ._..__ 1,000Elizabeth ,
Hall _.._..__.. '1,00 I
-Conn!e Campbell .."_ _. .. 1,001'
Nelb Burkett. ....-_,_......- J.OOI
Barbara Home _.... ... 1,001 I
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P. O, CinUnues Effort HOMESTEADAIRSHOW.

For City Mail Deliver

A total of all the building per.
mlto blued In Homestead for th ,
years 1945, ltC8 and 18fT will be I
tubmttted to the Pott Office Department -
to help prove
rtead't eligibility for city HOmt-j:
mall delivery
la response to a letter from
Postmaster S. E. Livingston City <
Clerk R E.: Edwards was Initrurttd -
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by Ute city oiuncll Monday
night to compile the requested
data The total number of building -I
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unit constructed during the
three years will be broken down I
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Into the number of homes and
the number commercial build-i

tngsv"It these comparative figure I i Sunday" Feb. 8th

reflect_ ubttantlal incr aat In I. 1_
the erection of new bu:Idingi, thisdata I
may result In the department's '

ingston's uthorli ng Utter the stated.service", Mr Liv I II


Rep. R. n. Gautier Speaks Homestead '
Fer Dado-Miami MergerAn 1'1' Municipal Airport :

address In favor of the proposed
cipsl-eaunty: govern; ,
meat consolidation for<< Dade: .
for which a cqutltutionstamendment ; .,
County will be submitted to'' .. . r'. ,.
Hor:da voters In June, was made, '
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to the Homestead Rotary Club: \. I. ... :
Wednesday by Representative R.
B. Gautler, who Introduced the
bill for the amendment in the 1947' Featuring .
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legislature .
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He was presented by Preston B. !
Bird, program chairman for the!
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I day who said he would procure -i;
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Edmonson
, a"speaker against the amendment Betty Skelton Woody
at an early date.
fred Hartnett of Coral Gable,
chairman of the. Dade, County
Carl Dunn Tommy Boyd
Community Chest, spoke brieflyto
urge donations of time from
numbers to assist In the ollclta- "
tion work of the current drive. I Graham Prince ,
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The .clothing we had apt toW M Ian MENU: The bolt.! tUII, lit err IIIOINr '
: Mtaml w-entered the dining room DIl1EIJNERtoAURt.0' equate ,..... Wit. .11'ra ""

Leader-Enterprise I The Gadabout "whet people %et. dreinj !. 1h ir41w ARTICIIAIItSVINAIGRiTrS Meow aas1l' are always b.+lde.it

evenip. Ce41 ; ed hotel bill POUAt'"UliMJII I
'lrwdtda Wit t II bead waiter showed ut boar CONSOMME JULlENNI MI nt> '1IW 'ro40i1nrhisreguUWAS.
'I b New \nidal tenrytr table and bj M handed Don POTAGE SANTECAUI'1.A I never taw surd * 'r
...>.!./.>..I rrM.pi .! Bar-alMi. fU.M : '
FESCADO eroul rntpingi. each food
the he U rreach DK .t
r Ik. hate lIMo Few.*... 0't -... 1 mans card spoke '
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Don replied ta EagUan. -We are ALAtSPANOLACHICKIH: three or

tat ahcI.nPntot tt .*n* V. <* but Don decided 1 North Americana". Thta answer : A LA KINO more peopleWe ,
alike wt hid bettered .hi the hotel dining always contuaad people through HI* PlAY W devoured all our toad ant
't I llatkrORl__' I.L\_ ,"__atomnlyi room. Our led food meal wi :South America, for though lit was TtNDRON <)e VCAU All TOUR mast have looked like advertised .'' "

ruav .......... .-aIIo. the Slight before In Wo. Our breakfast .born l In Argentina he bad been a BOVMOtOIEK luropeaaarvoed..ru,..* U our ;
Rom a" on&.. had been light the coon snail cttlnn .t the U ft. JL '-"Iar ttian LEMON PIE eoUed clothing Instead of ant; I
on the plane was UrrlbU and .with 1 lie had lived In hU native country: CAFE C3aua fatrily front the XT & V .

D.1.1UIIlCllmoM I Mtl.atI.MI SATIJM / no nipper we .were hollow from -q! loll. ....,
' 1 i IT* %. oat necks do... Bnwhlng aside 1.11:1:1:, : : ::. I :II "" "'" = : : " '' '''' ' ' " < ' "" "
oMt .* D.4. .;, i +. 21.5 1 1110111"i"y
e..r.fMnl ..... the tad we were stiff wearing the :

11.1..4 "ft" dint-MN molar, !
...... .1. a..Ill*. .. .... .... .1iMt aSant Important Notice I I
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Dr. F. P. Archer,Jr. Your Buick or Pontiac Can Be Repaired I;

The Paradoxical[ Past

Optometrist[ On the BUDGET PLAN .
.r Annie Maihrr fltcpelrk I Ii
The Part never alumbere. 1It w; NOWlY n. ;

always i nOMESTEADToMdays. I 20% Cash....................................................................Balance. Monthly ,\

Awake and like Interest It work I Thurwtate. I1MM Job'' p..... Job $20*-... Job
Day and night week days and' I SetaNaya I It." Cash .t..N Cob 104 Cart i

It takes Sundtya no vacation. Never I I PRONG" .. I I a- ;;;;- :* .;-

ihlrka .\ i .r .. .c I, I10. Charges 17.00 Charge. 1140 Chargeef

) busy working on oar future. ,I t5oP" F. r I
.. '. |261. tines down the gayest in our I .. .. $m. j 4 I
lives, of. .... "sw/al.a. ptwl- a..1.n4 Mil per .._II --. $I",70 per me10 ..... $$26.14 Pet mi.-19 .
Jlt other "liable ._ I. galls .._
rlfhtena up the saddest of our Iii '1._..., mall Ibil II Is I.......... I.
day. sod faith .. rest ..* we )wp ale.h.ete COME IN FOR AN: ESTIMATE
th.Ma ... "N.1MONtn.i. .
e knoy that l' If dead but It .
till thrive ', ,... 4. ....hr.sell I
_: I. KlrOr 1..11' B. Bird Motor Co.
Preston
. Morel. I. Baler 41..
Like air plants, on our decayed ewers la .... ..Mer/bM r..r.. .. 1
yeiterdaya. this 11th dale irf i""1'7. A. 5. .....
We love It and we loathe It but Nounr ANNA Pukii.:: state&.. '*Lit of ..-....... 'South Krome Ave. Phone 481 Homestead, Fla. l
we cling II Ir CmmlMMi nplmiM Tlwraabsr. I
T* It when we would fain cart It ItM "ItAL)

ailde.tt ..ties. M. II. Yak 4, "is ... less, .
la sacred ai a wedding ring .: '--- .1- _
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TM ...wrt...... to th. ....n.. ., tile
*m.AND DIBTMCT FRUIT AND VEO.KTAKLK .
FAIR INC kmkr u MmN
their .._U./ tt appearing before .*. *t
lilt t..4.i* oD.. tlmK Cwrl. DUi
OMMr, rtarUfc .! lit, F M, M ,.._,
MT to. IDU. to _h. .ppl_ tm ..,
.e..w..I l HM twtWT,. r n Ik:ctarw td the bnu J IMIM .
_...... to be totaled.ARTICLI .
.. The ..... of this etiTaxpayers.
< ....11 .. nf ii, ir DISTRICT mun
AND VCGKTAR1 PAIR. INCV*"' It.pM.dpol : ,
olds shot I to lix.i<4 U um
lIMe Cnntf. norU i
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ARTK L* II. Tto (tlwral M ....
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::':';:;,I 1V I,n nt hall',.n.be rollnn r W the VOW fill ppo.falls. &r'ofYmdnrl :' As required by Section 2, Chapter 22079, of the Acts of 1941, 1 or one of my Deputies

:.. rth" fn pert Ih.I ;1,I;nrrni xnt. .d hnRkuNord aswei'p.un1 shall be at the following< placea on the dates set opposite each for the purpose' of receiving -

tI : : : ," .ILrlet' <1\10:=I .
: : ::;: Tax Rrtfate for the y* ?''IMSt

null I I I t., .l' ndtro dI
I I :. ...I II .. I'I'.r rxrl.n .%"It hate I
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:, ,r," ,'i .,Itu' "r'nl,' : 1',1.rl,'.fur;r,'i 'only 11 ::.4.rh An.l,! Kendall: .. 1U; 19th; 19IS 10:00 AJI. D.n.Di e'Packing House

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1' I II" I I .1 1, L" lily .r
,. ,..... 11:00)1. tartW Store '.
I' PI I n .dd"1'0', cafe' rrlBc. v. )IVb. 19th, 1948 ,
I h.r n 'ii. 'Lm.

I.,.11... I V r II'1'1,', .I .. ."r.,..,.' ....I',' Gouid . . Feb. 19th, 19 IS 1:00 I'.M. GouHa Supply l C e. .
oI.n '.01 '" "" ( " ty, 1'1.
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I to. "n I. Interest Inrr'
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opt r. h..I''..,.. I It,Ml,fk t.M .fml Irl. ;.. *, Slre-rY"PaIm . Feb. 19th,. 1948 3:00 I)..M.Prlnceicn. Anderson Filling Station

>. oth hi II I tw.uurrr'I;,;,:/ :I.Ir..w U.J, Cuu .' "
of M. .... kukn. .ad .h.ll! M dneRyd #' . Feb. 20th, 1948 10:00 A.M. J. R Cash Filing Station.
pnii ",.J"II, v o." ..f Ih. Baird ofIllnrUr. .
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f MM .I.II..n '
owl' I.. t- trim ..rMl ,.rte ...MR'P Redlands,. Feb. 20th, 1948 11:00 A.M. Redland Grocery
W ..n.il.d! fnn the >u n
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a Dart rau.r lOr. ut IMnrt"rp a..n I. "Inb 1:...,,'1.1......go ohoII of "a.he '- Florida City Feb. 20th, 1948 1:00 P.M. Town Hall

=':. .1..n :'aI\\' t. pal, the pro.
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AUTII I.': "\ Tkl. ...wa.t. ....11 Homestead Feb. 20th, 1918 2:CO P.1\1. City Hall
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AR'rTrrruvi". urf r..l' '.
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the .......,...... MrtMMM ._... be
laidt.. t.. npr .I Ik* okirter M tile l-
a1'0..17.with tK ('Int. Florldo of ef the Clrnll CMm.I I I also wish to remind the taxpayers that It is necessary to file only one application

ama ARTICLE 10.10. Map VII.kt Th.no...sod rf.ln ky t.,5..ord'this for homestead exemption, and that is with the County Assessor This office will in turn
of 0! .n roalpa.rd .f view" '
eNTIC1.r Vill The following*rfflika ::I 1 certify the exemption to the various municipalities after it has been allowed. Applications f
IM.U the .If Jr. rl K. -
bad lk.ll *.utltute the Board of== }II are to be filed between January 1st and April 1st. It is necessary however that
.... the. fins .1..,... Y 515,1114. few ,

a.d.r 1141 Ohio L 04 charter. k r tawbt A4.i.. ,....... I personal property returns and special exemption forms, such as widow's veteran's and <
....t. I. oak". T..... L: Kirby
It ae s..... Vkhtlnt .. disability exemptions, be rUed'with the municipality as well as vtfth the County. ...,
sharp I. t. 1Th.
... B. Rod Ich. W MM..! I
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shall ix! kt The made"-.*...1....f... MMiii.fcilo .rkr Under the provisions of the new tax laws relating to tangible personal and intangible r

r..aIM.4 Searli eI T_*a_1\hI"The thickest. wt.>KO.,.I UMKKTICUt .W personal property, It 3s mandatory that every person, firm, corporation,' trustee, etc:,

II LAbeedwas cur HIM M. .Itaklllty.k lott/ H w.I which. .. N rirrr Mir 1 owning or paving control, management: or custody. of taxable personal 'pro'P'rly in the

THOUSAND(IMVMMIM AND MO/lte DOLLARS! State of Florida[ file annually a return with the Tax Assessor. The Act provides for 4

_.WITNEU.. k>n kmnit tnrcacor an the. **.,...*u penalties of 10* when'Ute taxpayer fails'to file these returns. When .visiting' the' .
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Dade
M OnatfUkM
.owl tsN.adl': 1..1 above precincts, we will receive 'applications and furnish[ receipts for all returns and

.... CAW W 1>.. L. Mk.hw applications filed. .. ?1' "* :<'

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riterwal4 '
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..... awnl.e w._ won .
Nsu. ....... v.naeww ''' ,' il..i... I .
toms Assessor st Taxes i >, .
mrt or ]FLORIDA) ... .
mINTY or DADS { Dade County Florida .
aw.Iw saw w .......hrool aahwNr.Ilp : ,

"Swia." .."rw. KlkBT.o.arn..... Ask.I M DAN MOMT even 1.'*dw..d,MRKKFA.g AKM.W .. : .. . ."''hr:"..1\I\ ter ;aMlA ?-i;.; . .., .;;:: \ . . .....: : ,: : .. .: ;..:; '
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M.4 Woe, ttet.r. ikiw tW MkMriWf*
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'/rabrt .f tdV .1a.tlmll.'a .k sod IkM IPWtlkM b..a>rt Mi4 UI

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Fehrury: 6, 1948 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pa>re I- i.2IlllIUr.1JIUIUtU ;


IIHll1flttttftIItIUttt! Hear Slurry Speak A&MlXlSTEt 5Ae'ItAMEfT Minkiera Meet Tufifcday pa.i |>iogi I 01\1 .
Uons ITO
,* most Rev Tli >This .I Mc- Ciotitudeas| e',premed: b\ 'il I' '
On University of Miami Dontugli: will adm mater the asrament :- At Florida City Churcbi aperks! for nNitrMniMone to the
ef Centlrmatioii at gored I I I project by Homestead and r'lm. Ida
1 All ministers of the area and
theVnlverdb ,
20 Years Ago The muehnwm at Mimi growth and pima ol forfcerrtto1 Heart Church at a dock Thursday th l wives are invited to atAda City business. men..

the night the ",...t.l.or. ft"\iha' 1)1"1IIlnll'III .
Qra future were _
.1 ..' ,, \
t ItI l FebrlltAU.States'Day
.. .. ., ... theme of a.; ikV ftcctewor t. y
.
rlI Mun/ofiTi it Homestead Sch.ol HM.' t1orih 't+l I' '''' ''' Methodist
hfveCTtty. I At Fint.Jlaptllit.Churt'''
I1UW1IWUUIWWIWl1UtWl.lltUllW"s. ! IMp eel Uana Cluk meettegTueaday Fund Now Totals'$1107 I ul3 t llWI I'Inl
Mviii i,. ohneVv
A. King, one of IIcmelte.d'. night AN States Day wiU be 4t
heading clUzani, dftd Jan II *, mm a registration of 1,740 In Homestead achoola bus fund business meeting.Cttt'lCM I'. jfin >*filM Church on Sunday
< 1'I.ofl1. IMS the student body ha inpeswl acnounti to tUOT, members the Feb. 18, when tourists and winter
"The appointment of Homci te ...* whit TJM In day executive board of the total P. T. BJtTAia MAfift ittidenU will be honor guests, to
Levis as chief of police, eoftjoy.dation claam and J, 00 in night sessions' fe ware foil Wednesday ftenoon' the morning Dr. t. t. Walt will
of the light and water dHrtmtnt Mo, :-Murry katd. The I',< 0, ohauling' by lira. T. A. Moore* conaniHMTb A ora toot his been completed preach em The Name Above Every
with Cordon W.,.TseyeiguJa..4ntendan project: underway Will C..Lp and an addition H being built t* I Name" ed at night, wi "The
,;t.and r tAf tppiie e. b*': 4JJ 'unitMOMninedete: drive will boo Mdlad .... the dining room of- the parsonageof I Handwriting> CIa th* WtiTftmda .
taunt ot C A. Davis, former wateidepartment TOO girls and 1,400 boya. I tag festival week by Ho Mtea4, the Florida City Free Methods On 'W1 ..'* MbJecUwiU I
superintendent '. ai. ; Tb university makes I eon.leI.1 room mothers,. and the new Piym Church reports the pastor the be "The Alabaster B"l.the J JaomlAft
tract and park supervisor,' wen able ontrlMiUon to the"eonMml card, *toat. 4'by K- ,H Boikw Ren Miss Steve J Spa,," rte in.terra > and -Beheld the Bride-- I
the main accomplishments ot. UH status of the AIM bf te moN wilt b* gWea'away *n the.closing [. M the parsonage is being ,(room Cometh" In the evening. W. ] ,
tint meeting 01 the DeW council" than IM.OMMO aot' bare each Distill M the ..... redecorated also as part of the ,.-<'C, Howe will direct the nests. ;
"CtaresK C Weaver, form year by the ...lv llomevteed real estate operates. faculty abed students, he said. "' "

lied J_ I* at Us Anne ka At Miss Jodl Bolender w bo Is spat: !
ban, Ga. . ." wiled by tb* tkib tot festival I !
"Robert C. Llndery, H. tomato Queen was preaeaited t*the group
grower, died feIJ. I *l tb* baa el l Other guuU awe lift. Hurry
hit daughter, Mr*. W. a Andef Dr. John A. Bannon of Glen
pry ." Falls N. Y.| Arthur therham ol For Quality and Service .in
Revere, Many and Carl SmUt f I
and & R. Haddock of Homeilead
$1126 DONATEDBY Alto present were two new Lions '
t W Reverse sad Deb Dldlne.| c

DISTRICT FOR Job PrintingSeethe :
and I sermon on "Hallowed Be
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Thy Nam will ne preachedat
MARCH OF DIMES 10 a. m. and at TaD p. m. ,
Mr. Lottlch extends a friendly '
welcome In avi.ya to attend att
Intcmplet retwma et tl.U&M services. '
hart been made Jr UM local
March of D'M which .' .
drive bas c.uIen Breakfast .\ ...
bean extended a wash fCBitiThot. To Be Held Here
Sunday
B. Royal ch.lrm.nilWeetpta '
,
fI'orn.tbe. cootribulloo bout and The"Corammtonj: breakfast ''tJIthe .. Florida City Press
dime card are yet to be UUIadCoUectloM Holy Name-Society of Sacred t
ak the Semlnol Th**. Heart Catanlie Church will be held .
tr* reached \the teeord total ot at 10 .',I dt Sunday nuning ta Under Maaagcmeat ef Arthur TrueU-sin.<< Sept 1, 19U j
,**56. The Weman'a. 'Club of the church clubrooms. Men of the ".. "' ,(H. .. . r ., .
Homestead donated tUO and tilWM asked to nuke trva- ..' F
peileh are < , .
Mrilwd. turn the beMflt bas ttons with the IWv. Paul LT Madden -' ',' ((2ft Yea.n"Expenence)
__QtIU fame between Homestead .
for the breakfast\ which wilt
,ana nedtaad Will major,. 2* be served by meaabera of the Altar ." . '" f .
Twelve dollars was added to HM
fund by I stoup of neighborhood Society. U. S. N.. 1, North of Palm Ave L Florida City I '
children who cave a benefit play ,
and Bold HoweM ho dose. eeoklei If youj have OD'a stored away
and limeade The curort play,. out ef light-
"An Ideal rampwas written bj Dye 'em,,and wear 'em t
Gloria CoMo iod meokMI ml aged, show that yoYe bright!
the O. J. Woium lawn Friday af- Trade Winds Dry CI..ner..1.AdYl) (,

tenenn by r-w Gordon. .a,,"I
.and Louisa VoUaov Jean Deco, '
Bay- Lee, Tommy Adam John .
Logan and John and Bill Yearick.
The bouquets were donated bj
Homestead Floral and Gift Shoppe .
11II<1h.. refreshments, by .moth. You Can Buy .
er of the young players ;



Glade Studies Makes Park and Photos photograph Executive of Tract of Tires and Batteries Here


everglades National Park have
been. made during the put week
by* evereaux Butcher, executive
ecretary- of the National Parks '

Anoclatlon of Washington, D. C.. At LOW Prices .
reports Park Superintendent Dan
Bear tin. Butcher was assisted .
by personnel of the Florida Fish
and Wild Life Society and the
Audubon Society. Me plans to return '
to Washington the latter part B. F. GOODRICH SILVERTOWN TIRES
ef the week.

Sirs. Berger Holds Lead 6.00 x' 16 .,...?. . ,.$12.98 5.50 x 17 .. .. ".: ,. . .$12.98
In Tournament Division Fix Tax: '; "u Tall
... ? y t '.
Mr* M. A. Berger of Homeetead '

b one of the ten women angler. 6.50x16. ; : . .$16.50 7.00x16. ., ..,.. ... .$18.77
from nine different cities and ,' "I rims Tax . :. rims Tax
even different states, who holdmajor '
leadership In the Metropolitan .
Miami 15,000 reciting Toum. 4.75x19 . . .' .$11.85. :
meat ; ". n..Tf-i":

.'" pound Mra. one-onpc Bcrfer' catch jack'..ol wve a jhef'M- ... .. ..1- ,_._ ....-. . ..-. .... ... . ., . -.' -. .:.'. : . .. ..
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Hie i lead for that'specie. *In trdi I// hg ." .. ...,- .......---- .. ... .. .. ., . .' .

and lUll flihlng of the' Florida 8- F. GOODRICH BATTERY (21-Alo.. Guara-iiee) ......!...............::.....,.......:l'.lT.; :1..lV.$14.75. :: .
general dlvUlon. > .

; Rector to Preach Sermon B. F.'GOODJtJCn: BATTERY (27-Mo. Guarantee). ..............'.:.:.......,'....._.,_ .*....s17.-i 1

,Series on Lord's Prayer ... .. . ,,, h..

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Sunday morning the Rev. F. J. i .
Lpttich,rector of St.John' Epi copal .
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Save' _: .
H&re and
Church, will preach on "Our Buy .
Father Who Art In Heaven", the
tint of a series of sermons on the
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Lord' Prayer to be given during
Lent On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 11,
litany prayer services will be heldBACKACHI R. H. DONESON' ,


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P Fix THE LEADER-ENTERPBlSE ; February 6,

( Ut.andMar.IL. Mid of Coeonut -,th welt tiwbedside of MI'HItaIlllI .,Mrv OBow abated,
I Brothers who was critically burned CabIN .Saturday at tale boom of
visiting
Grove
are Jan. II, returned to their homes Mr and )(IS, James &*U1*.
Uinott'l slow, Mr Chas.Mrl.1 Monday. Mr. Brewer la an uncle I. ......., ..

In and Around.I Camp. *AV A and BiU )A
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Mr.' and Mr.. finis J\ld61 : aygwualra 'CII'II .t F 0X 4a

moved Monday to?Noineotesd Ba- 1$
'4"
-f. front Park where Mr. Bedford 1cuitodUn. s .. (
HomesteadMr. Richard Bigger former
custodian and Mr Bigger and ;.
their baby son hive moved to the
Bigger apartment In Homettead. They Are Newl i ;:


and Mr. C. R. S'figleton' .r. Richard Mattion of Florida CiI7 Blair and Richard rTckton to arrive and .
I the birth of seven and Earl Rohrer of Homeateadcalliht Calvin Wood are expected
announcing .. today from University of FIol'Idato They Are Different!
Sound eight-ounce ion Rout 87 snappers blue runnerand spend the _fk-end with their ;
. Dwight on Feb. 1 in.Jame Arcbe grunt on a recent fishing trip I.mill... -
J Smith Hospital at Anenlcker Key
t Mr. and M *.' Ceo. Brewer of:
Dr. and Mr*:Quincy; H.Danf rtcf Alien Pope arrived home Sunday Jackionvlll and Mr Amelia Hur-
t Cwhkoih Wl., have arrived to I from Vnivtn'.ty! of Florida to ley of Rome Ca. who came hereNOTirtJ j jI
l apend the winter here with Di. ,spend the mid-year holiday with I MCGregor -

I Danfortb'i litter, Mrs Anna E). his parent, Mr. and Mr Lawrence .... Ctmtr. n".rMtjMMtr I
Carter. Pope aoik Itu
NOTICE t* HRftKaY GIVEN U.t wr>'1
f Mr*. Ch i. M- Halls return born to wet <. Clopur: IM. rinrUa al.t.sN,1 ,
An eight-pound ion was toM t I SLACKS
IMI Uu followd..erlb.d >
i Wednesday from Notre Dame, Indwhere Mr. and Mr*. Art McKee Tuetda; BADE O..'.l,. rbrtdiL, will k. -rr iW foe;' y

she attended the wedding of, night.In, North DfJe Hospital .beat.M sob at 0.1-11.b/d. al Ow O.wrt5.ar the...blrk..t, .......gad/..
tit*daughter. Miss Dorothy Is Wm ... ..
I Verdonk on Jan. 14. On the waj:,!. House guests of Mr. and Mr B. eta .Lear., .,of...awe.lark....... "... A. M. !lot $8.95 to $17.93
I
home, Mr Harris vlalted: with ...1.1t D. Calehuff are Mr. 'and Mr*. V). a. el.L DESCRIPTIONLet ........... rte
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tlvtf In Birmingham, Alt.Mr I a Calehuff ot Wllllanuport, Pa c- .1. A Nall 1..9I

ot I and Mr and Mr W. E Crotley of M Lot PA.tand.14ptP..M*. Blare I. FkirM: City a.altI MCGREGORSHIRTS ( f
Richard H. Donovan
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BeUefonte, Fa. W. R. Calehuff I' Owif..r-i auMloWw.... A aab. A..mdNto ,I
t Homestead, president of the Southeast ., ...
I brother of the hot and MnCrotley Plat Book U Pun .
a Lo It M. W ft J. W. CwipMItAMItln. 1
Coast Deanery of the Nation la
., I* a. liter ot the hostessTsPPtmd A A .......,.. M Plat hall
Council of Catholic Woman at4tmted ,
I Peft I .
I 6'4 ie4J. u. rW. AoId".... $3.95 to $8.95
reused
the annuaj,./ matttwwCrthl Mr. Robert Inilnger oUonllctlln Lot
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H luk. Ammlln to PlatBart
J Jloce.an conference.Tueiday a.tj hen
Ind, Mere guests A HI fin '41.W' .
\\j i Itoonevtlt Ho{ l.ln Jicktonvllle.Clarence Vljpdty of VLt and, Mrii James 9. .\ Ul._U...1.. U P,..'. BMtoni '
tn H m A Sub Ammltn AoIdlll.1
( McCready whll* en route to Cuba Bn J:Farman has Joined! I WU of Lot 41, ..UIe.'. IUd I....., A ... .'J
( Mr Parmin In LaPorte. Ind., Miss Mertla Ebtnau I* expect' 'QIt..I,,,. to PUt Bonk I >i Pun IM.B. ,
r where they are. visiting their ion.I to arrive from Chicago this weal Cbrk. H. LKATHKHMAN of Ore."c4mm\ You. .still can.save.
Ja-liw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. to; pend some lime at her ",Inter that Oomtr KWM
t, Win. Wb.ter. Before they retun home| hero "_ ,> ".y Hri Dot a.atr M. -Clarisr I.Etrt 331.3%
home they plan to visit another Wifltam( .. (F"". e. 18, to. 17.1948) i t'r
daughter, Miss Ardell'armln. ,Iu.t .I Mr. and rfrTIO. si Of
dent at Rochester (H. X) Schoo Lake Worth spent, the *'eekfnd'hert on your ticket to the Redland Fruit ,
'of Music and to spend tOm time. with Um> Williams parents. :
Mr. and Mn. A. C. Home.Mr 1 E. F. Marshall
Jn New York City,
and Fair and vote for
Vegetable your i
t Mr. and Mr..-Elmer Sulllvir .. A. D. Foul ha been re.. : ACCOUNTANT .
and their! children. Gloria Ann am turned home from James -Arch
Lee Edward Darnel and eon Hospital where the was a medici NOW HAS OFFICES IN favorite candidate for Miss R

Roger and Whitney Beam (cough patient t. :
McfRORY ARCADE
11 mutton snappers, even group
dland'I'
era arid six yellowtails on a weekend .
Keys fishing trip. INCOME TAX J. & S. ClothiersJIM

Consultant
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parent. Mr and Mn. John' U
Late Brown of Naranja.

!r. '" Blight""PAR2ATET l tI !tr c.:aSktltan 111.at.hla .,t
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and Ura Win Chamber,
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which may be used as a sprayor lees. 111.. to visit Mr. Chamber.
dust. successful parent. Mr and Mr*. W L.
a Many grow Chamber.
ers and Experiment Stations have

found "Parzate" unusually effective The Her and Mr*. W. A.I
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in the control of both] early and their Schiele daughter of Rotcommoo Witlan,.Mich.are house, and I II I

; late blight of potatoes and toma. guests. of Milt Rev Sparks, pu I
toes WITHOUT CAUSING INJURY I tor of Florida City Free .

TO PLANTS. Church. .Ihodl"1 .

Col and Mrs. Fred P.
.", FOR FORMATION AND (IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BEE of Memphis house guest I.cob"l
and Mrs. Adraln Jacobs spent ,

R. W. Brown several day this week In Key Wet I
& Company and Cuba.

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. ( F M, Rhodes, Jr. roads con 'I (
tractor df Reading Pa, was a
! Glade and Grove Supply Company guest Saturday. of Mr and Mr*. T I All Set to Go
. rrlBcete. FuwFtioae leg and IIS E. Kirby. M.... Rhode and their
i ., two ch!Idren made their home
her for two winter when Mr
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i Collins Feed & Supply Company Rhode was employed In Vent-i !

; ;. X E. If St.Ar.&G7. auela. i I Fishing?

: 'j, Miami It. Fla-Tboae '.'''1f'J Mrs. Ethel 'I :: ; }
McConnell, aunt of .
Wm. T. McConnell hat returnedto Come in and look over OUr stock of HDDS and f '
Albany, Oa. after a visit here:
with Mr. and Mn. McConnell REELS. We have them in many sizes and 'I
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i several makes. .j.jI
Dr Loul Rotherberg Or Chas
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South Miami Theatre of Stamford Conn., are hOUR I t
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!guests of Mr and Mrs Richard i' j
... 'Schmunk of Florid City. MrIRolhenberg "
student at Dickinson
--* Penn Shakespeare
t Block South of Traffic Light on S. Dixie Highway 'College In Carlyle: Fa., 1* spending j
Phone 48-3911 South Miami, Florida a tea-day vacation from tUitud'ei Ocean City

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"JIONDIV and TtESDAT Feb. I and 10 I,
DENNIS MORGAN and JAKE WYMAN In Warner Brother. Mabry Searborough and Harry REELSTrue"Temper
Bishop spent the week-end In'.
spectacular Western of DelAnd. j
TONT SPARE THE HORSES" South Bend Shakespeare \ '

.1 (A show. of riding, robbery and retrlbytlon) I Pierce.. Mr. and spent Mrs the R.week-end O. .DIck of herewith I'll I Ace Herrj'Ilium Copper

t TIESDAT and WEDNESDAY Feb 1* and U Mr. and Mn R. E. Sherardl Heddon Plyflexj
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HEDY LAMAltR and DENNIS MORGAN In and Mr. and. M... Anwl Barrow | .

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CALCUTTA FISHING POLES
JAMES ARCHER SMITH J4
WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, Feb. 11. It and 1} I "
(In conjunction With stage shOw) HOSPITAL NEWS

"UNDERCOVER MAZIE"IJUrr NN a.N.N.N.NN.N.N.NNNNMr. j MITCHELL HARDWARE CO. Inc.
and Mn. Darnell L Morrowof
Jill. :o< the incomparable ANN SOTHERN and that >
Perrlne an parent of a daughter
He-maa DONALD BARRY born Jan. 2> In James Archer 131 N. Krome Ave. Phone 383Semi.
Smith MoapiUL

.'f A daughter wa born Feb I to Tt TtTELEPRONE
o A ahew that h enj.rab4e U Mr. and Mr James Kelly of
every somber e,the Could

faaallytFor Accident patients were Mr*.
')'Nr-p: ;; j Jenkins ma Axtell and ChM Axtetl tl tr41
productlone have ranktd Albion N.Y, and Jimmy Dear olItlamonde. .
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high In the favor of show.g Surgery patient wen
men from North to South Mr Frank Binach of Homestead )
and Eat to West and Jerry Wayne Mullen of Per

rlne. Medical patienta Included: ....
It I* always a rip-rearing Roy Murray and Wm. Faiulo ol N.. 171
and fact ....Ir.IIIbow. (iuraaleed Homestead Barbara Ann Meyer I TWO SHOWS DAILY 7 and t F. M. I .*
U put a smile on of Iilamorado, Grace Carroll ol SATURDAY and SUNDAY eontlnunu I till 11AdmUmlon .
every patron! Florida City and Macwlll Gordon : Nlfht-AdulU It* Children Ittj Mttlnredolt "
of Coral Gable. 4 lent| Children Ito (Tax IncU Matinee Prices till I F M I
Polly Jenkins and Uncle Dan -
.an d. more w'lh a _teal Last Times Today: "UNFAITHFUL" :
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Instrument than a monkey JWWWWTO -
CM with a grape Tin*. SATURDAY F.1t.Doubht Failure Program
I JOHNNY MACK BROWN. RAYMOND HATTON In "
and These art fact, not Iheorle, APO NT REMEMBER "CODE OP THE SADDLE" .
we land behind this I
i/ Show with a guarantee that (Blasting a path for justice on the open range) "
If you are. not unified, you .And FREDDIE STEWART, JUNE PREISSER, and the I'
can get your money back. TEEV-AOERS In '
/ I "VACATION l>A YS"

Three Big Days.Feb. (Hepiten In pun swinging In the addle)

I TODAY and MONDAY. F.It..nd IVAN
11,1213 i JOHNSON. JANET LEIGH THOMAS MITCHELL lit
j "THE ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE"Rpmantlc '

( heart tugging. heart warming tory GI the, people that r
I PunNA. 0 .a r*.America) 1
BUILDS CONDITION Added "Athlftlguli", Fete Smith SpeolaMyt Paths New

I'I'I I 909M 0.0m*at 01 1" TUESDAY WEDNESDAY.". Feb. II and 11 I
BOB HOPE SIGNS HASSO WILLIAM BENDIX InVHERE V
S taws "\ THERE'S LIFE" I I '

;I \ (Hei a king among nun and wolf among women tf you laugh Ilk
I yourself alck at th* picture. sue Bob Hope)
ff' SOUTH an sieu. FLA Glade and Grove Added "I*' eru,"/ "Rpeakteg ef AilmaJa1 "Leeae U the
ca....", carte..; "Had laj the U.tJL", FanaMuat IherlTHt'ESDAY I 4
VKIDAY and SATURDAY, Feb. u and uTfce Supply Co.
. ..... biggest abase U Seat* Florida. Deabl featar, and FBIDAY. Frb. II and It .
Few Fwfaw Checkerboard StareBV.V.V.V ROBERT ALDA, ANDREA XrNCKJPBTKR; WARE In' k I
(One In color, a Western)
"THE EAST WITH NWFINGERS"Pout I
i "ALONG. THE OREGON TRAIL" ( flesh will creep at The hand that ctiwti, U walks Uk a ,.'
With llONTE HALE spider U kill like a cobra) '.
Added"Hawaiian MenerlnfVB theft"NTy Band*", reeled ,
Abo: LAWRENCE TJERNEV and MARION CARR in .
"abort Paramount Newt I
"SAN QUENTIN" Arthritis Pain
Coming Sandal and Monday, Feb. II and III "Wekeea,
MUtoUviir emoder"M we Me Stranger", wtth Crosby ._ )
::.: Bing
LOWEST ADMISSION :frEICES-MATINU and EVENINGS' ea1.u.. Or n..w......arWrarnasal. .. tom. for "r.
r L..a.M.10'-or .10 err (The fieminole Theatre thank IU many patron
Lader It yra fe Viler II yra, IS* Adults Se .men"... work*.........nee We&OVA w. I their generous donation during the March of Dhow Week
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i ALWAYS TIM BEST AVADJiBLk SHORT SUBJECTS .Uieiliw collection. Total collected for this worthy cause waifSM.H8
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ERIC GAY MARRIED TO GEORGE WRIGHT [polle4)1 N.... Alvin JC Camp-, [BETTY LOU'SHELLEY BECOMES BRIDE '
I bell. an aunt Clf the bride. I
I SUNDAY IN HOMESTEAD BAPTIST CHURCH rc their .... ho..J'mooa..... I OF WILLIAM SIMMONS IN GEORGIA RITES

Mine trU Jerome Car become 0r.amgth yellow. taffeta frock I.wiUiU. suit the with plate black the bride access were vial MU Betty UHI Shelley of HOT. active in dramatic and fa school
gray t
We City and William (Billy! ) sporta. and has served
If' tIN bride at George Everen Wright Mrf a Wo*headpiece and muff. and corsage .t purple omhld a* wheer-{
tullerntk $UnnI_. of >la ia liai ..** .....: M expert twtMncr and
> blue
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The snores girl a
malting
MA and Wright now -
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.| 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon to are pelted M .'dI.
jntrrlag M 4 *, dim obs MIde -t..ed.tt "von
W aatta,
vr WON awrMtk iher ham at th.*.Wright ... !
f the rirat Ritual; Church ol Hem. *4 pink ropes to her hair daM o. QuaD Rot "" . I Saturday ,afterno ip W'jrctM*, t<\-rtrho.,.* *tlb, citjr pest' .

4 atead. The It**. W. K. !towel\ Md tcattowl pant fettle froaaiaptah A pre.updtal skewer 1<<' thebride fait Get The and bride tech wor accessories* i black tot.spring UMdoubl Mr r Tb*.*Oamie>brktMrooot S.IMMM M*)at*|Mat:pad* :
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:, pastor Of ?"T r** Methodist tt trlde Mk bMk* fa Om path of I wan given Friday f'MBiftI bjrMln ring .sae rwaiy..which wa* stead.., wa graduated tram tioate, ,
>* The rin""rriedtile
and Mils at
f' Church etrioieiad at the daatbl ring on whit nun pillow I Barnes BaUey : performed by Judge ,Job M. O* stead Uith School M4 served 1t
a Porvenir.
the Barnes horn Jn The bride ia a daughter of )fr.. months In
the navy during
ring earrfle-UftM' ; World
cwwaaaay tapped with a wbtw oiehld. BrkUl contoau were worn or Mr*.'
Carl Jeffrey and.* granddaughter War II. At present, h* I* employed
A tad basket and two et adard 1|) VWpto orchid ceewige were I Wm. Radioed aaA Miss Evelyn
r' of whit gladioli wart placed a** worn by Mr*. Laaler> rant at the I Pavik.Wedding cake end UM cream:|Iptoneereettleraof;.of Ma and Mr* the L. diitrtct& Robot She, of a* a Miami atoet work at the Ualwaity
two the chancel nit which. was bride, awl Mr*>.O. P. Wright,' were served teM JO guests construction projectMr.
banked ,, .. attended Florida City and Homestead and Mra. Simmons, who re.
with) potted farm andarrangement ..... .f tk* bridegroom M. preaenU '
achoola and was'I aeaier at turned tr-.Ift their .
I; honeymoon Monday
of whit roeea. Lanier wen attired la a light blue The bride, daughter of the late
Homestead UlgH School at tine. plat to have
I \ Broad white aatin ribboN and gown with matching hat and other Mss and MM. R. D. day ef Milieu, Urn,of her marriage. She ha been Uomeatead. Q apartment ia
S i sprays of whit JUaca marked the cceeeorie ef tU ck? lira. Wright attended MUlen Ui pews Whit taper In two white wore t while ensemble with white. the it several months, she baa
candelabra aeorldod Ilium1ttjon.,, made IM* hnp here with Mr. end KERMIT R. WENKSTERN COMPLIMENTED
t.; Mrs. M. C. Lawrence prayed a Mr- 1.sB. Barnes, a cousin of Mr*.Lacier and baa been employed BY MEMBERS I
4 program of oat nuptial must a* the bridegroom, kept the brlde'i at KrowB'f Paarmacy OF HOMESTEAD FACULTY
3 well a* accompanunaat for Stan book at the ctua-ch. The brtdogroooi was graduatedfrom
lay Wlttko vied sang "! Uv Tots o..MIfddln.. guests In. Redland High School: In INS I .KermIt R. Wenketem, Bemttead *- find living aceoMmedationi her.
Truly" and "OawnUag". '''clud4 Mn. C. H- Cowart, an aunt and for several year wa con High Scholl teacher wile WM was unabi t* com to Homestead
I the bride was given' In marrijt of the bride, and Maurice and netted with a construction firm In ,married to Mia Irma Kemp of .for the party.
by her uncle? lAle t4nd- DtLeon Gilt brothers ef the bride, Puerto Rico and Coat Rica H* la Hollywood on Pec. it was honored Mar than forty were preeent at
wood l*_ ,n r ttr. My*. Ira all lit Pilltee. .'. yes faU* grove and fruit with's picnic supper given by the picnic supper which was aervedentn
('anld, tt MlhaniCa,bee. matreaof After the cvrentonr. a m t>tlo but lite faculty member en Jan. M at Ute Hoed .....
:bun of .... and Mr. I, L IiM4.I .
honor and Mia Margaret was held at the Lanier'home-.. '"
Barpea, a cousin' of the Wide. on It. R. Tenth at A three-tier I Mr. Wenkiterh was preaented A covered dirt; supper will beheld
groom, wu maid of honor, Mia white wedding cake, topped with BIRTHDAY CfMB GIVEN. !with wedding gin by the IfOUPo. by members of St. John.**
Barbara Home 'MUa. Coewl.Campbell figurine X a bride and b rid*-| you C K. EICKUtBCKGCB Th* bride", who if making lier rpiacopal Church M t'30: Tuesday
and Miss Jo AUK BaJley. groem centered the brlde'i tab* Mn. C. IV ElchenbergM eater ,horn fa KeI.bwoo41111tJ1 they CM 'eveeln la UglM' HaH

were bridesmaids; Donna Xae which was laid with a lace cloth tailed at dinner ;an. XI in booor
Campbell. a couala U the bride, cod"r td.with CkrMma 'vine of tile birthday aaniverury of -

j was junior tjrMeamald; Sandra and lighted white tapert.;,After Mr. Xlchanbergir.Oueat I WK CAN CET MEAT NOW . ,
lanier, another of her ewwlnv Use coke was .cut by the./ bridalcouple were Mr. an4 Mrs Jobs\ .
was flower girl; and Roger Bamca It was served by Mr. K. OreMr.. and Mr*. Claude j Bal who H gets near w*Ml get It either. Why not catidpater.er
a cousin of the bridegroom was Laban K. Blihop, Jr. and Urn. Campbell and Mr. and Mr. Alien,
sing bearer. Jama H. RoberU Jr. Punch Naat Yaasfr'a Wells and Ware several see bel era yeah aavalyfa I
1 T.1.... .....r.- r....!. e..aa........, wax ,t ,
pew kwkre been or fa roam k M freteect
ti: n-Uw of-tj;;bride: Jack Barnes J[ ,
: H\l1In.-W; tb* _...-. Wad I I
Thompson 'rod Karl Qreer, ,F
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New Cheery ModemFURNITURE
The bride wore a gown of white SIDE OF BEEF 1b.,.,.......................__._.......55c i iI
silk mapquiaett. trimmed with I I (t.: M rear.rdr>
..I crystal beads and fashioned with ..._ ;
: fitted ballet, IbrM-auarUt-letuUt i. ,.. I '

Buffed sleeves, long fell, skirt and I WHOLE WESTERN- HOGS \\.... .-.... e I !
: court train. Her gloves, short lafcmgth. can make your house a happier. home. eedee.eered ,
(Cat U Tour anti anofcadl
Y were node of white law*. .
A purple orchid held In pile I .
bar ahear f ull-i agth veil and the Smith-Graves Furniture Co. :, Having. a Party -erT*
carried a shower kowatut ol
fifteen orchWi. FLAMINGO STEAKS, each...............................lOc
The brM'l attendant wore N. Kr ne Ave. nine 218 J (IMebt bleak frown U fit a hamtoger boa)
s gowns of pastel tote and carried
muff Missed with purple orthkto.
The matron ( honor '" CORNED BEEF Ib._ -(SeFr STRAWBERRIES. lb._ _<*eriNiArrLE
o wore qua : ----r-: ;: .....;.", '
t taffeta md with cap aleevel.I Pork 8AVSACE. lee K.---- _tie
titttd'bodlca and long full aUrt SLICED BACON. IK.._ .15* SUCEB PEACBiai .4 Me '

fashioned with buiUe ttect OB All-Meat STEW BEEF Ib.45o Ul.lt'CTI, 11I.-...._. _'!*

!i her with hl aqtM, she ribbon were streamers yellow veiling. and GE EBAL.ELECTRl) CHUCK BOAST Ib. .. .(SIIAUBCKGEK. APPLE MICE Ik...-._Mo

her. mutt WM yellow. The maid Ib.. __ .Me CORJU-ON-COB.ea. __leo
l' .f honor WON .hit* toiwlt over SALES AND SERVICE
blue Mtln. Her headpiece wa, of
f whit veiling and blue ribbons and South Dade Quick Freeze Plant
I her muff and sash were blue. Miss

\I ruffle Horn wore trim yellow Her headpiece organdy with wu Radio and Appliance Repairs 8.W. bit ." and pat Ave, Hwawalead rheaie I9S

; mad of green veiling and yellow
I ribbon, and her muff was green. LICENSED and-INSURED
Hiss Campbell wore pink organdy
: with matching headplct and muff,
and Miss Bailey wore blue georgett > CONTRACTOR
o with matching accesiorl Walker & Fales
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IRWIN RASKIN AND BEATRICE BURGER ftcrrrr vtmen. crvrw> 'I FLOWER SHOW EXPERTS GIVE POINTERS j I It
j r M.. AND 11&& Axnnm '
I .1 WEDDED SUNDAY IN MIAMI CEREMONY Mr and Mr. A, T Arthur five 'TO'GARDEN CLtmf OR'FESTIVAL EXHIBIT

a,butflttAlglueiSrtNurdlJtt ve+sb+ '
[ tgT">QiBtiSii I3u d' "' ..rJ. 'Tfi"e OnTrera" (j} "tlrn w Mr:'ha honor of the birthday, nnlvmartw gin 'Mf 'r roost tt;lNItrtW"Oat wI""' '' W. aMHttet, bu4tt and .

.| ... aid Mr*, Nathan Burger elf WM a member ot the Iron Arrow.'1 of ...... Walter Wei**, annual Miami orchid show, and finance; and Herman Helnlein
A veteran ot service with the 111'1.1! Mra. Chu. H LeUty. J. Richard Mr* S. w. Youtvghani poke on roadside bMutittcaUon.tt .
'I'BrtcWyn.. N.Y. and Irwin R.rtln, he te bow working for a tnuttr..1 Brook, W. t. Rheney mt and W.I flower kite arrwigvnvntB U eat was amsonmced Mat Mr. Han-
'tan of Mr and tin. Wm. Raakln degree .t the Vntverttty ot Miami B Bird.Thirty guests wen ftIeIIt.I metk ol the South Dad Oardm nan vm Itavt chart ..t the evening -
of Homestead and Miami Vert I Club Monday af\Ier'IMa In Sacred program Feb. II when he WIll
;[united In marriage at 1 o'clock I Hert erobhOM Mr H wai4 I show allde ot fruit Md nrna ',
i Sunday mftertroo b hi "Miami. ThiCeremony I MRS. MESON'S BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Thompson will be chairman ftf the I mental plant of the Redland Dtatrtat >
wn performed by Rabbi II MARKED BY PICNIC AT THOMPSON HOME chjb inhibit 't cut flower* and MCvtrgladMHktlMlP'rk.l
[Max Shapiro it the Shapiro home potted ttaeu at the Re land DU- Cake wl hot tea were errd. >
bridal atten*****mere Mr. 7ldr.l the hostesses, ...... Thompaom
I Mr. and Un. Walter A. thorn-, day cake, which was nerved with I bid left Fwa aVWlowIng j by
Lace Geler. an aWllt tJf lira bride, '[ .
lie lit ot club ." end Mr* Jactoon.
read Edward Raakln, a brother of MI titerteJWl Jan. M |.. toner lawbmia. coffee and iced .. 1 ,
PreterIt,betide thoee mentioned I men M announced by Mra Herman '
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the bridegroom. ,I[ the birthday anniversary ot Htmlem, president: Vr aW. OMCSTKA 1\ JV. 10 SEE
'|Jeers Mr. and Mtn K th Cook W.BrMJord
Its bide wore a white wool their daughter, Mn A L- Hobson CelkIM, program chairman;1 SCHOOL AT UIII1O'FoI1OWh1&
Mr. and Mr Tfm. -
Layman
gabardine Mil with .whit .cceu'Mitt ot Miami Spring ,I I I Mn. James S. McCready, rf eeh.: through en the ,'save 1
of Akron Mr and Mrs. John
and a corsage 6f orchid I mute and hospitality ...... JoelJ. theme, "Know YMirSchooT.'MluHelen ,
I 'A chicken pilau supper wai Jandenakl and Mr. and lira. .stan1
honeymoon on the FTofBfti '
i,.After a Robinson, publicity; tin.- B. Pope will enktolt the work
wet eoa.th.. couple will attired picnic style on WThomp.aim Dunne -at North school fart
Franck, card and flowera"Mn. oilier high and elementary
I l lawn, Afterward, Nelson Man. Mr. and Mrs H.mptlln.j ;
""kl1helr tome m Miami ; Ford Ritter, tnembenhif; Mra. classes at Ute meeting of Home- >
.ot MlM Cooke ot Branfoftt, Conn, showed Ot Branford and Florida :
bride to ft graduate -
The l.K Wednesday
A. at
P. T.
Herbert Mrs M. stet
Jackson by. "
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High School 1 I technicolor movies of his tnvsJa,1 and Vn. Walter Thompson, Jr. ol
t' J, Baker, yearbook, Mr Preston afternoon In the school auditorium.
1 The bridegroom also U t gradu- and Mr. and Mr Ceo. Maxaon Miami Spring! Mr. and Mrs Chn.1 the refreshments
I I B. Bird, garden center; Mra. Ora After program
'fate ot Miami High School He attended I of Miami led the guests In group McCartney, Mr. and Mn. lease BeckAlth, awards; Mn. W. C will be served.READ '
I the University ot florid tinging later, Mr*. Hobson opened Ooumalf; Mr. and Mn. Clifton I Morton, book Harry Han-
strap
.sand was graduated cum lauds from her gift end rat the large birth- Oofaman, Mr. and Mr Wlllard; nan, Jr., Identification; and Ivortl- THE WANT-ADS
Lewis, Mra. Chat. A. OoWman:
( Mitt Edith Checallna ot Br.nford.1

Doris Bette, Carol Md Patrick. ., 'ell .. '
'c : .0 !III !
Cowman,Alen Lewis Althea Sw 'I
i Redland Millwork and Janice Hobson Yvonne and s I

Walter LM Thompaon. A. L. Hobson Immeai ; : :

I HOMESTEAD FLORIDA I ,. and Wlllli-and Wayne Ttiomp.ton. ; teDeIivery, i "


I Window and Door Frames, Kitchen Cabinets, YOUTH DELEOATES EEPORTON jon
INTERNATIONAL MEETHighlights
r General Millwork' | of the recent International Ii, .
Conference of Methodic :
.CW. S. W.;'Ud .&. and 4th A_ Op.-Me Seabeard Wracks In Cleveland,
; Youth Fellowships .
"!! PHONE SSITO I O., were .Ivenl y 12 oonterenn I '
I. ,delegates Monday evening it u:I Westinighouse.REFRIGERATORS
\ ., I Gateway SubdUtrtct meeting ,< j
; ,Pint Methodist Church. Different :
phases oor the wnfercnce. wen
described by Arthur Irandenburi II I I
:and Jack Levy,local delegates,and ;
tM% conference repraaentaUvei I
from Miami church Approxl 1.
:mateiy 7} yo\mg povple wen
'LEREEtt. pt Mel t. *. '.. I I
t After the program, Arthur I 1
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lRandenburg'diicr$ a racrettfon }? 7 Cu. Ft. 9 Cu. Ft.

period: ,.and cookie and punch weriaerved. : 4 .

I 9 Cu. Ft. with Freezer';

MRS. nTEOFJtALD NAMED '

MOTHERS-TO-BE, T. E. U CLASS TREASURER 1 ?4"
Mn R..E. Fitzgerald was elected
treasurer of the T. E L. Clan of,
'First Baptist Church it t bualneii
meet'm Jan. 29 8t the home olMrt

J. L. Callahnn ]His. Chaa OMartin , Immediate Pelhcry Also
I'd the devotional and' _
Mrs. R. N Caldwell\ ante in informative -
talk '))1 the '13 nd" 1 d\ onWESTINGHOUSE I .
Sunday achool Mrs. Huy Mitchell
Monthly of Roseville tit, and Mn V 0 .
Piche were vlilto"Homemwie .
? GAZiNE cake and coffee were RANGES
Ir9 t
; t. ttn*! by the hostesi nf slated l b>'

Ye.,:you cm hive a FREE Mri Frank Callahan ''
SUBSCRIPTION I la "Bobv Present beildei those mentioned
known and were Mn. Hulda Book, Mn W SERVEL GAS REFRIGERATORS
Talk, nationally
,
r devoted tit D. Horne, Mr arm rraznir, Mn ,
1l f, loved magazine A. J. Van Marter. Mn J. H. New,
mothers end babies . full of Prlllaman. Mn.Florence .
ton, Mn Alma
helpful prenatal advice and I... Hawkins, Mr*. J. RChamblifi '
formation for young mother Mn. S. A. King, Mn.i ROPER GAS RANGES
with articles, features and Lee Fnad;: Mn Ernest B. Fran-
pictures you'll benefit from.and ell, Mn. James S. McCready, Mr*.
enjoy. Catharine rick rd, Mr Oeo.
Watson and Mr* Q. Sherard.
i iI'
To receive your Fret Subscription register for Miami I "

DI.per"te.* NOW. . no maHer when yw aspect, yow U ATTEND MEETOfl I

baby. ,"' ,..'. m oo jtrfon/ you'"receive your copy every 1 OF McDOWTIX CLUE I I Gas-Oil Products

month until yeur baby h he,..Then,should you order Miami !McDowell Twenty-five Music tofcmben Club attended of the* inc.

Free Subscription will continue. v.Refatrvf ,
Diaper Service your I meeting Monday afternoon at the
home of Sandra and Inrlne Chlpley.Sandra Of Florida
TWoft ......*...h Tk.r.'. M* OWmthftJM presided M president
I and Bobble Jests Stanmppre- TIC COOK. i hen sired, Mgf,
( the vent the rapes ****w mad Man teI ,
anted the following club lnelnbtrl
Planer. at Krone rheas 411
In the program: Dell and Ann Lett
.8 mIAmI leitw piano duet;Sandra Lankier.Sandra!
ER Chipley, Cookie Klhard and Dicky
' I Hurt, piano soles; TaJJulah Webb \ ,
.. DIJERVICE'' and Irvine ,Chipley, vocal solos. j
and manila Smith Sandn Chip-
tay Barbara Marta'and Bobble
IUUIDIAU 0. MIAMI tAtUHORrrMiami Joe Suiting, Vocal Quartet. LEON'S ;
I - -;= -, Both 1M decorations end the ,
J rnarrl; : refreshments, hot ocvUte l vl I

; I P. 0. Box 6027 Station B I..I-IU I cookies, were IAI1e valentinemoUL :

Miami Florida Present besides the club member :

I PLEASE PUT MY NAME: ON YOU BABY TALK" I were Mn. Hwrd J, John-' SINCLAIR SERVICE
; I MAGAZINE FHEB SUBSCRIPTION LIST. ton and Mrs Ivan Moaer.xounacl-
on, and II... C.L Chipley.

I :lfAJ4 .. I I Cor. South Krone Ave and 4th St. '
Incas Print) ,.' Sunday dinner cull ol lira.T. ,
"" f rtanedei were the Rev..and Mn "LEO", CMAlttLUt, Owner ,
ADDRESS.,.. .'- - L V. Ki aer of Xendaa and their f '
l I estreat and N w) ,i,ju l'l' I daughter Mia Mary Klnxer.U j > \ '
I Goodyear Tires AutoOte Batteries ifit1
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\,l'l'IoI r-'I' ' iCJt:H.-;') '' : (Zone'''''') .1' .... ...sate,....,.. ) I .. Judy waiting date? lot Wt.'ladaninub' 1 I AcceMor. esnd Small..Auto.Parta . .',. ,.f

i anr s7thir 1 EXPECTED ... -==--I'i Well ruth your suit aa you : ,Expert LubricaUon
wont be late . 0 J
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Friday. February 6, 19.18.5ocYal' .
)'pro Ten a THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ,

REDLANI GIRL SCOUT' TROOP INVESTED stood In horseshoe formation bee
t |far IN altar upJo which werepiaogst
BY ITS LEADER, MRS. B. HEATH OLDEN, tfirt* tall ,iD'In.If ret,
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t tea a w Karal" and
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I Events Realised.Giel..Seeo6.ProsyIliwee I Cooper, and members of the first f '."'"
r
4ttIa"1 tit-
I invested Tuesday evening by I ceut troop, by Dorothea Tuner. I 1.f1atZ .t
Marian Baker Joyce Hartew. Clan a
: tented
Mrs B Heath Holden. leader at tAt etII'.nltb
Hungen Betty Ooerman Faye scout p.n
Homestead Presbyterian! Church. ;Birns Barbara Anderson Kathle lighted a soout Uw we repeated.

COLORFUL PARTY IS GIVEN ON SEVENTH I A historical skit of th* first :Cameron Patricia Philip* and Mr Jlolden wa Mated In the
I meeting uf Juliette Low* pioneer J Henrietta; King Marten Keen read cerern-y: by Mra. Ellen Dild.ne: ,
: l BIRTHDAY OF ALINDA ANNE LINDGREN scout troop was presented Juliette 'the ography of Juliette Laws Mn. Win. Turner and Mn. Chi

1 Low was portrayed by Barbara; For their Investiture, the galls Enala.JUNIOR.
Mr and Mr A, W. Llndgren Young guests were Charlotte

entertained tt I valentine part town Haynes, Jane Turner Mary ()
MUSIC CLUB
GIRL SCOUT
WOMAN'S CLUB TO SPONSOR. i .
Saturday afternoon hi honor of Lane and Kaky MacDonell June]I
:
the seventh birthday anniversary and Jean PogU, Mary Leer Col- TROOP TO BE HEADED BY.MRS. McLENDON, TO MEET WEDNESDAY
[ of their daughter, Audi Anne. AH member are urged tJ attend
I t Th honoree wort a red heart born, Silly Hallada, Donna Tal-!I A new Girl Scout troop will be Bird and Mn. Krone. I I the regular meeting of Stephen

.. crown" and a floor-length while fcott. Donna and Annette Riven. sponsored here by the Woman'i I On th.',nuk bar committee for Foster Junior Music Club to beheld
organdy rock trimmed with red Linda Lee Little, Sue Jean and, Club of Homestead, members de- '
f' 'I I the festival club day are Mri at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday at
bearta Jimmy Thompson, Bin Brooker. elded at t meeting Monday night '
i Brooks, Mr Jacob the home of Rennl Mark oa N.
Mr M. T.
*
i \ Arrangement of red roses and Daniel Gray; Neal Turner, Bobby Mr*. W. E. .McLendon; who_ will
t ( gladioli were used, throughout theIt MacDonneal, Billy and Bobby head the troop, and Mra. Ed*. White, .Ire. Herman Heinle: and W. list it Joyce Ennls and Maxine
rooms In the dining room, red Cor, 1en'1'Bro"It and Bart Krone, Mr*. J. R. Brook and Ur Mr*. Herbert Katy I I Walker will be hostews.DUFFY'S .
crept paper streamer and red Schwartzenbek. Henry Pridgen were appointed to
heart were festooned from thechandelier I Clfta were lent by Flow'WHon attend a leaden' training meetingod .
It and fastened to etch David Brannlng, Sandra and Peb. 10 at Homestead Presbyterian
eoraer of the table with a big red Ann Maria Lovell, Loretta Daiuey Church. The club toted to
; bow. Centering the table was a'' and Jkn, John and Jerry Calder- give the new troop the proceeds UPHOLSTERINGAND
three-tier birthday rake decorated wood. jI j'from the club' snack bar on club
i with red hearts and topped with,I day at the Redland District Fruit
I t
AdulU present wer* Mr.
( seven red candles In heart-shaped MI-1 I/Festival. Organization of the new
I Mr*, 'M.; B. Jordan of Fort! /i TRIM SHOP
holden anti a red-gowtied doll unit was outlined for the Club by
Mr and .M* ff: Henry bf 'I .. .
holding 'valentine heart The'hake : 'Haynes Mr* R. B. Woodmanset of South ,
I .ami Mr. and MM. Lynn
and iM'ami I We Sperlalls In ALL-PLASTIC SCAT COVERS
f, wall bunked' with''rM roue1 .f Coral Gable, Mr. and Mr*. who substituted for Mn.Mllledge
f fern rtondt.At: one end'Of Ute table scout commissioner forth : Old Furniture Reflntshed. Recovered and Remodeled
Arthur Fogle tun. Auguita Undo
Exclusive, Made-U-OrdVr
Cbetts Footstools
and
f w.k the punch bowl, flanked with of Coral Gable. Mr Elva area. Mrs. Woodman wa
: lighted red candle*. I II ,gren McGIll of Miami, Mr*. Clarence accompanied by her daughter PHONE: Homestead 252-J-l

{I Red Ire cream, molded hurt- Gray, Mr*. Alma Jane Schwartz, Peggy a Girl Scout.
i shape, and orange Juice were enbek, Mr*. C J. Turner, MrsJl Appointed to attend the Feb. 9,
i served w.th the birthday cake. 'T. Jackson, Mri. Denneston Rivera meeting at Redland Camp to organize -
I Fat'or* were hcirt-ihaped red btU Mn. Larry Little Mr G. K. a day nursery here were
t and valentoe: basket filled,,wjth Thompson, Mid Phylll Jean Jordan Mrs. Brook club welfare chairman
candy ot 'fort Pierce, Miss Marilyn Mrs. B. E. PacettI, health I wI
Came prizes were won by June Wagner of Miami Beach Mill chairman Mr Adrian Jacob,
i and Jean Fogla Join Core a'nd the host and hostess. education chairman and Mr, Jack uP I II
Jackson, youth conservation chairman I
: All other Interested club "'ERK
member wen urged to attend.
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f l GIFFEN ROOFING COMPANY I Named to the club nominating I Lets / 1
committee were Mn. Harold M. 3
Mr Bruce E. Neubig, hen.1t1f1
," '... .; Campbell I J i-r .
t! Mr.. Ovid Sullivan. Mra. James L. If _

:, Roofing of All Types 'f\--- f


t I Solar Water Heaters 1 .,... sntmsTiucT SCHEDULED:' HERE MEETING nIL 1Th I f

J Sheet Metal Work Woman'i Surety: Christian -
i Service of First Methodist I.
:f Air Conditioning ::1 Church will be the hostess group I
: Feb. K at II tub-district meeting !
-I Fan Ventilation I of IOtlellea'from Miami south to .
t. I Mat- mbe, Plan fir th<' all-day
Insulation meeting and for the serving of a i
'j I II I covered dish luncheon were mad I

fi: Address Free Estimate Phones I it the I church.business meeting Tuesday at

f A program on brotherhood waipresrntd
*J8 Aragon Are.C'oral 418514U I
t I I
i by Mr Ctas. Brown,
\ Gables, Fla. Mrs L. C. Dodd and Mn Dan d
Williams.!
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GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTY '
;. We Sell' .ntt Recommend1TUXEDO Mrs. James ganders entertained

Saturday afternoon in honor of i
.r
j FEEDS the seventh birthday anniversary ,, d
of Mary Margaret McCahill.dime
i{ THI fEED R$' SILENT PARTNER and contests were enjoyed by the

t\ I young guests whi were served with '
birthday rake and Ire cream. i
LNTEtXATIONAl. FERTILIZERS Present were Betty Hanson, ,
:: Quality Francis Lowest Price Phyllli Caves Jean Jones, Doric

Sanders, Helen and Mchael'Hor- This mrlt-wrlnf.tvia-bowl YoanfiUivai nbiott i atnk
; DELIVER
BUSINESS PHONE 732 WE
ner and the honor gueit. Mrs.' sea be installed ia TOUT home lor awoUJpajramts
Sanders waa asalited In serving by
: nilE OIL GAS KEROSENE TIOLENE OIL
Mn. Elizabeth McCahlll, Mary
: WE ARE IN THE REDLANDS TO SERVE: TOD. Margaret' mother.

ADA JACKSON CIRCLE, 0149ST tMeIlJ

Redland Feed & Supply TO SUPPLY FLOWERSAda MVLLINSTf
Jackson Circle rot>> First
t :' N. .. CORNER COCOXIT PALM DR. and ROBERTS RD.Bruce's Baptist Church will supply the
;i I Dowers for church services during 7TT" Voungstowa equipnrat, you sea quickly and
!
r February, member decided Monday VY easily transform JOUr told kitchen Into a Iwautifal; '.'
a3 J night at I meeting at the home '
aooden room that It a pleuun to work in. -s
.c of Mrs. Lewis Callaban.Mr i

*. Callahan and Mr*. Jay The Ant step toward B dnikatoa should be tin

;: Block Co. Newton, Joint hostesses, served Youngstown -K5tcln klet" cabiaH sink. AvaiUbk la
congealed salad, coffee and mints.
\ Other present wen Mrs. Peter e different modrJ, aD will gleaaainf white,addresistincporerbuB

t (at Naranja Rock Co. Quarry Mill, )Irs. Dan Meyer, Mra. Eu- eaamrled tops Ai sag the many features are

__ gen Ingram, Mr Wayne Adam, twin-lwwta, with tl'aaand vegeUblt spray,Urge draw- -
Mss James Waldrop, Mr*. Irwin .
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CEMENT BLOCKJ W STOCK AS FOLLOWS I-WCH Myrlck, Mr* Harvey Newton Mra.Wm tra, plenty\ storage spaoa.. \

REGCLAR.. 1-INCH SINGLE: CORNER I-INCB DOUBLE McMlchael and M.... Wm. T. Other Young lowa units include spacious wall and floor
i CORNER and 4-D1CH PARTTDON.. McConnell circle sponsor. cabinet .
! with geacioiia shelves lot ovcnM utensils,
Mr McConnell Invited the
Your 'Orders pctfuUf Solicited!'. group to meet with her on Milt 1. Eneas or cleaning equipment. Let .s show you than I"NNattractive
unit*. and give yon an accurate estimate eltk -

Mrs t E. PatetU on Monday *cost ol installing them h your bom*. .
: attended I meeting of the Worn
an's Advisory Board of the Southeastern -
; Branch of the Children's \
P. & F. Garage I Home'Bode" Th meeting was I
held at the boIIr 'a receiving home
at eo N. W. 14th it, Miami.
Repairing ,- Acetylene Welding Painting
t t s
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i Body and Fender Work I* Judy wailing for that last
minute date? I
fctoRGE PITTS'aa6' WALTER FRAZEITR !
Well rush your ault *o yoti
..w. Sad gt, h-Bloek Wert ., Quick -FtM**. pheiw SM wont be late .

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LEADER.ENTERPRISE . Pt Eleven
Friday. February 6,1948. THE___ r I
tF YOU HAVE: anything to !noV f

DIGGING BEGINS ACHIEVEMENT.. the Swap If you Shop.need We anything buy" nut vigil

(Cont'nued irom Page brae) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J Ireasea In good condition! stove 1

Harris set'mated at S147.830 I I tM Ice boxes. ee. The Swap Shop ,

IONDADES6.00CCRESPOTATOE current attested valuation of.Ialready IV a Use U seta he alvsnot, lketb line. S. nlet.Aye..., omrt. Phone i.

I redeemed to: ft back O -- IAT". C s : --\j2t-tO I .
\ IK Ux bofcKi, 8'net then o\tItr Three butfii_ Bites In downtown .
Ipareels, of !.& jua been 'ore- |j Cemetery & )usolrum 1' .me tt.rt LET US SUPPLY your Ikndscap.. I
ind awttooed off by' te( Ing noads. Large stock of tropical ,
closed
i 1 -W ;i--; Park Cemetery Ben) Warren Morris ,
Count .
I The digging of Dad* city for return b the tax rolls. and ornamental JII.nta.t
1000 acres of pMatoi wit bed '\ !i 32(0 S W lib !It.. Miami 1)1 S. Krome Ave. Phone UPO. special prIces Helnleln Nursery { ,
While Mr. Harris vat In orfke.
tsrtiMonday Phone 464. Homestead Fla "
his week Operations were 4-J8me'tr1 Box Coconut Palm Dr. and Comfort
Ita
addition to
the city built two lot
IA
wide selection
morning -icy Farsoudrowere Rd. Phone 44S.J1. "Ito
1 C>operau> ;( nsoclstlind \ ) light plant and bought a new din tat| mod-rite prices available frog Kev Largo Water Front I J

H. LCox and Son of Goulc. generator and switchboard.' The large unsold cemetery across Ms *n Sunset Point near Taw-
good Quality and s normal:c'ty! also rebuilt IU en! .. 'pole I Community mausoleum of S.72. nier. LOU 100 tt by joa n. Ow INCOME TAX 1,

kid are predicted t* the e.rl1iI'OP line tyitem. (crypts and! nlchei. water sand' beach resnonableIknj. IIEADQVAITEMW.
I .
: i by J. Atney Cox The potoes Among 'municipal accomplU I .Warren Morris I '0 MORTON-OptoraUn ,
have largely/wiped the bUlht I menu during Mayor Harris1 ail.I I FOR RENT HtRKnmeAvt. Phone 111 ECONOMY TAX SERVICE
hW lair reveled many ot Ulemalo mtnlttrttlon! ,wet the collllrudonof :) fla 201N,E let Ave., Homestead
P 0. Box 468 Homestead i
folds. In tome cases grovfar James Archer Smith H'IIpttal 'rGJ: Phune 244-R
aid and local MXtributlons iroR RENT-IS acres glad lain i
are harvesting only ten Jnt > with federal iI INDIVIDUAL PARTNER-
between Silver I
of the normealcrap of tom.. the building with fed. Krome see SHIP CORPORATION,
Palm and! Coconut Palm drivel
oral funds of Lily Lawrence Bomunicipal Partly tumWtclI-BR i FARMERS REPORTS A : j
library and the elt,!Phone Homestead at 247. (d28tf) home . .. 11.850.(KDomplHely SPECIALTY. {1J

park the rebu:Idlnf of the mUll I. RENT-ROOMS, hot ball equipped. broiler poultry
FOR BOOK KEPT: FOR SMALLMERCHANTS
JIAYOR i adequate for 40 KM
NEW plant,
and the coiftnictlon
c pal swimming pool w'th! tub end shower. Sam J I

(Cont'nued from Page One) of the city tennis cowl ot :Davis Farmllfe rd. Ph1112.1".1 broilers wner'i;large completely home, with furnished bautlul Office hours: a. nv to
The city oleo acquired M part 1 (dittt;)
parka; Mr Wynn. building and 1irary the I'ght! plant tract. the land 1&POll I _" I tropical landscaping $47,500( midnight

; and Mr Godwin .lan'tatioi which the Redland District Chamber FOR RENT Half-bag cemenl J ft. No. 1 Highway frontage: I

f Mayor Kirby recommended Itppatntment of Commerce built IU heat mixer. Grifigi. Roberts rd, be Store home, fruit stand 183'frontage ROVE WORK done at sensible

of R. L Edwarc, auarten. Well-loeited, tracts I I Ilifferent In tween Bauer and Plummer 'drivesP . n' 111.00000 prices. Mowing, dragging and
unity clerk and tax collectoi, sections of the c'ty "trt ( T1) CBS filling station (corner f erUllilng. Avocados .foe planting li

Wm.T. Brantley M chef of oollct acquired for futyre developmn. ; property .._, l.tVJOM low. Booth 8-7-3-1, Lulu and \ "
, fand Ira C. Haycock as city 91terlley. -- At) e'ty parki I WHi$1-PLATE MOWERS, lilt .. Desirable\ buss lnraa corner.'. 473' Valdin. 8100. each. $UJ planted '
'aioOOQ
Clade It Grove Supp'jCo.
rent .
recommendations wer frontage
His low planted or win rrcove .
approved unanimously, and 110 A native of Texas, Mr. HirriMa Homestead, Phase 108. (oStf]) 909' toned. tor tourist groves old trees and replant Wind ,

\ taken on an appllcatioi made Ml home here line court . _ 10.000.00BR ,
ki acton was and hurricane damage repairednd
Icy Paul R. Baker, former roe 1911. He has engaged In farmln and I FOR SALE home with rental propertyIn ; trees righted. Grove discing
ind packing house operation _ .800.00Ni
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IpltroVnnan. for appointment a 1 rear ? orenson and Kramer, Phone 4<3.
luring bit administration he see modern 1-BR CBS home,close
'police chl-f ificed bit pr'Tate! business Intel NEW QUONSET HUT SS' X It', in. REDUCED TO H.80000BR \)(-2 or 280-W-t. (oJtf)
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:-tne: council unth'mously approved its to direct those of the city. H. Hal 11* x IDS" Hiding door, home on 4 large lots, partly wedding and I '
a recommendation by Ml. laa served at mayor since Jan. I 1.I iralk-ln door, I windows Excellent I fum'ahed t8.MOOO WI SPECIALIZE In'
{Anderson that Gordon W. Ive;)' ItS?, when ai president of the clt;, ''or storage farm machinery, garage, For REDLAND' DISTRICT prop- I finest quality pot raits, JJltf nl'ler )-

!be retained as superintendent 0Ithe 'ouncll he succeeded Mayor Chat. eto. Immediate delivery anywheren riles, consult the man who has Fotoahop.

tight and water plant and T. Harper, who died aa the rtlultof county. $861. Ph. 47J-J. fptIO) hided here for 15 YEARS WE DO reliable watch repairing. J
Hood thaI
|recommendation by Mr. an automobile accident ICHARD rUCHS, (E. L Cotton, Ar-
I Elmer Sullivan bi reippilnted fin log SALE-Pullets just beginningto Woods Jewelry, McCrory
He was elected to the office lianuary ealtor), 125 S. Flagler A1'11.. a22tf)
(
J. Fuchi Roberts .ida.
f Chief. No action was taken on at re-eltded I lay Fred ,
W B. Caves foieppo'ntment of ISM and was d. and Waldin dr. Phone 82J-W. 448.
[application by untlthat aEPAlatI.'I
It biennial election I II
MOTOR
every (W) UTBOAtD
: at Ux aiaeuor of last month when ha wiiot FOR SALE-Two I cu. ft. Westinghouse Station It Gaga. +
I 5 In a brief address to the council,,, to succeed him- I 'InI.1 refrigerators, re-bult, Airport Service
{Mayor Kirby: said: "I am not hem Itit" a candidate rractor-Citeroillar Ten, I...finished and guaranteed. Harrisefrigeritlon r. PIe 9U4. al51t)

|to play politics but to work lot I row tramplanter, So gil. tank, Co. (]j30)IF
; [the best Interests of the city . .1 Through the yean council after ra'ler for hauling light tractor. : StE ALEX LANIER for well M
1,1 pledge my co-operation tit your counc1t( learned to listen to hit Ph. 5J7-J., (fO-U you're ready to buy that sew drilling. Corner Krome 1.nd \"

(i soft ask yours in return so that by I common sense advice and to tell I IIroR Crosley csll J18-W. X r. 10th st Phone 838-W.
Ithe of God wa tor.i his hard-headed business Judg- SALE-Late model Liberty
help may go
lOll !, In police court, even the trailer battled gas, re- RAMES made to order large WI DO commercial art work.
wand together" found he hidtilth Call S53-W. (pre) nailer Fotothnp. Flagler Fotoahop. ()>ltf)
!hart )'ounll'w't1'I rigeratlon. i I IIWHY selection .
tn respoon Council President -
f ,e I' sense of juit'ce! -tempered: I ---- -----

I Jodwln, pledged the co-operstlon b, mercy It the circumrtircei PAY RENT For U.OOO,, FOR SALE: New CBS Z- edI'OCllll NEW HOOFS AND i
;' |of'the council In working for a arranged, but Inflexibly hard down and 12S p-r |bigger and better city, and colleted boiled when necessary.Mayor build you a beaut'ful' 2bedroomome I kitchen and bath 150 ft. Iraniage. ROOF REPAIRS "

Ne Interest and advice of allHmeatead will, on your own Jot. Cathedral, Owner. Ph. 178-W. (Unit) Roll roofing, gravel ,shingles, ;
while
citizens In attaching I Barrie for a hit Iprporatlon.:: builder of steel andoncrete tile and metal roofs Installed. ;>
that aim. Mr. Harris evgritutated: devot himself to recouping ,,' hornet RedUnd District NEW SHIPMENT Domestic N
his succeswr and the new council health and his personal fortunesill the; New! Building, Homestead FlaJSOtf. I machines has lust arrive censed and Insured ro fer..
and extended his good wdrhesThe I of which suffered Iron ,,I ( ) ::Portable, $13490, table mode, FREE ESTIMATES. ',
[ .
strain exacted by
city attorney reported that I tlm., energy and $15450.! Harris Refrigeration: Co.
tilt city has succeeded in defending the i crit'cal! yean through'straUon.%Mot: IOMETHINQ NEW--Beautifully I I. (30) Guaranty Roofing Co. ;>
1 the admin ,
suit broWiht by Cell McCaekillhave he guided city wrapped DJX pi cinny anti 1101it -
a
declared invalid certalt II combination homestead Thor. !GOOD automobile radio 1935 V
< told constitutional .' and Gift Shop, 121 N. W. 4th 51. Dodge: sedan, good rennincondition << Phone 237IIOMESTSAD. ,
of
delinquent,tex certificate b7\1; \study Ut proposed FLA.
Ph. 357-W, (nZSllMISCELLANKDUS ) .
Ph. 53.: (jilt: )
'M city In McCaskill propertlti II amendment which' would perms I it 2nd Ave.

i the colored section. consolidation upon approving vote I I, TILE!: give, palms .,
can .
,ASPHALT I :uitatlo copies.Flagler '
WE MAKE pho
1 No action wit taken on a room-- I of the areas.affected. silent beauty and durab lity I I to I ",, , UJ1U)
daUon by Mr. Wynn that fit [ Mayor Keith Phllllpi of Cora 'almost any floor Nothing Is be Fotoihdp. I
'""'
upat'onal taxes due Feb.-1, hIdeclared I Gables; who acted aa chairman :ler fir covering those untidy coy BACK in; bottled gas buslnca; '

delinquent in Apr. I ant! jf the meeting, appointed en thicommttee I crete non. For free estimate .nd I Stoves, water heaters, etc: Vlrg WANTED

[subject to a penalty of 10 p'r centl: five city attorney: ::!inspecton: of 8 color aamplej call D. Lyon, Ph. 1550-W Homeiten I
fatter that due.I 0 Ward of South Miami, III-W or write P. O., Box IlL I (pte) :
Mr.. WolUrri ct1Braeler!zed the Andera: of Surteide .Ben Bhep i (pIle) WANTED Young lady
1 ird of Miami Beach, Ted Sempli RADIO SERVICE H9ine tea office work.
license unfair and I for general
arteiiments at ViD-sni < t I
Dlxar II Co. Mon
JUST
of Coral Gables and James Music & Appliance
I unequal and suggested that poet AH 'round position.
home freezer
ot El Portal NEW Deepfreeze 149. 38 K. Krom Ave U23tf1I' 1 year
I be computed on a flat baili initeadlot h.I See the DEtPrREEZE: before yc experience necessary
on the amount ot stock Mr Mayor Phillips and'former Co. PUMP SERVICE A:II
Refrigeration WATER
Haycock advised that it Is too UU or Mays of Carat: Cables, who h.d: !Phone>uy. Ham 196. (J3C) I'' makes Phone 149, Homwtea I Apply] in own handwriting,

Ito make such adjustment this year. made an Intensive study at tbi. Music ft Appliance Co. 28 N. I jivin? qualifications. Ap-
m'ta amounting ti contolldatlon bill which was In Ue gas stow 1 !
B Building pe, FOR SALE-Apt. Krome a\e. (Holt) LeaderEnterprise.
180 -
Box
IS28.97S were issued is follows: troducwl'in the legislator .du'lIij; for Immediate delivery whtl.I : oly ,

I Bird Chevrolet Co, s cement bbk\\ the doing dayrof_the 10411r111-, they lost Harris Refrlgerath r\t WASHING: MACHIKE SERVIC1: (fGtf)
tinteservedlx mains (130) Homestead Music ApplUnc
I Heel..reinforced'tlS-OOO addition laturo poke :o. I
Ito iii N, Krome ave/ storeroom; the measure Mr. Nays said the I Co, 28 J*. Krome Ave. Phone 141. WANTED-Cuavat, Dixie Fruit &

1 W. C.Carmichael. 83JSM residence i* had been unable t} learn "t i' UU-U) Vegetable Mkt, South Kromiv
iFalrlawn Addition; R.-& Runnel what group was responsible tot (j3C1tf)

$3,000 residence In ,Norton's Add getting' the bill Introduced, but hud < !HAULING: an7 kind. Homestea ,
82.500 real. learned that "the attorney 01be : Try Us When You NeedA Transfer Co. Ph. 9H4. (HMfLANDCLEARED) PAPAYAS WANTED-DlxIa Fruit
:shoo( Ray H. Puller s It Vegetable Market, & Krome
dance In Barber's Addition; and I liquor interests claims to have
Haircut or ia.KOTKI. U30Ul,
'
Mid that
John Clark, 875, repairs to building been the writer of 1He -
[ la Fread't Addition. h* believe It a Study It made o! Shave. P*rriMTwi: ( roa ttnritn .

The council voted to continue he consolidation proposal and the Far domes..MlrbtMiaLargt Thrilling ar rM. ntiNOTirK 1

3lU meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday people are enlightened .boll" 'tt, lUlrtBl ___ .__-11-88 Equipment! Expert Work )t HhRKBYOIVim THAT H
: .. __ A A. x. 1-1.. bM.r
evening, Feb IK hey Will vote it down. Shave _"__ _....fa........ 4. lie PERRINE: SCARIFYING AND > J._HoI k_ 4 Clay of M..... Tat OnH.rf .
"tt abolishing DEVELOPMENT: CO. ... N.wiw..d 5555. 4ud ell lab 4'y ,
One speaker said: Shampoo (Medicates) ...., l.M 2101 ln. A. D. 111. .... IM 0.14.,55/. ,

21 TOW S their municipalities government and with eonjolldstng tbarorthe Fulll PackMassage ._.._.__....i,1e* PERUKE.FLORIDA Phone I..lr...<.*...la tsar Mir 5..fn.w. ...,4*M i4 Mw IM w-.. aer1 Is '

....d..n whh .... add. c rlxha..ar
,(Cont'ftued from Page One) county mak-s for 10 rauct Sale) 850 . ... IVY' ,,..w u.. ,.,n..... slawowd ._11oil. \ I
wily not! 1'1 - - - .. riiirM, I
u4 U !> < essays (
[the Coral Gables Country Club, la efficiency and economy Cambhtalloa'racialTottttB ._, 750
wag
Ira a step further and abolish finds IJUDDEI CITRUS, Cortmt t.4 I. '.
Attorney 'go BMW
with City _
150
company _- attclt ..., lead
.UoethC\-let it bi run i is m. w
[Haycock. Alec attending from Count AVOCADOS'and 1". A ... vets, Ina, n. N
. lie
warts _
, I Homestead, at the invitation of the I trom' Tallahassee Bulb, MssUcht Trim '- - n 5r .5,5qn. "' 4..4slvl..d
\ MANGOSr r. r", ., .
even a state givers- $5eBUSH'S t /
[city Of Coral Cables were the pubIlishen money on Shampoo (Plain) ._ soul. 1 rb .
of both Homestead newtp5pess nest Let's do away with Tailslunee Seeking orders sew for IJI/' I&. I TWMM Canl...::.= A low Pnw.Ny
and let our local affairs bi plaatlnia.OnamentaH CMtrimU towMI ih. wm*

['" While sentiment tentatively war administered from Wa nintton", W all kl di. i k r*> V I-.liwnrit-.< MrartlM Vat.-. "W.II to U.. ui.'' .se&W4alts

I "getting mixed tip Vtt, The village of Miami shorn wllt ....* .>.... .. 1M IMk tt ..4r.Iv.w.v.
against 1
CALKINIrSunny A. n, IM..
' 1 politics and gambllniimcsi : be t host at the dinner meeting-ti ,
Miami's Barbershop Mind Ikk ink day > January, A. D
even in a consolidation: Miami Shore Country Club It Grove: .."

\ I fined tp merging the city of Miami I 110: this evening, and cotincilmei CRY Ball NtUEa'l'I t a. !LKATHrlUAN.rwtii at nmH C4.n.d. ., .
. with the county government, UM I u well u mayor, city attorney OP. \\\J. Omtr f1M.'
() sreetiorwas characterized: by rettralnt -,\and newspaper representatives 01 ML Wed .f FUrta City Br M. ,C STEKKETI O. 0.
eo- Assist
generally, In exprewloni I the Various municipaliUet ire Jn!: .. rBONR MJ-W.. ,4' -"(I.., It ... .., f*. A. '.. 1045)
made on the subject, pend'ng 1 a Vited U attend.




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If. 1918.1

F.... Twelve THE LKAUEI ENTERPEISE" .Folds. + :February 6,
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IIJ ) Growers to Play in B Cage Tourney, I

: Scheduled for Mar.\ 4-6 in Lake Worth


The Class B T<*tfnwn nt ot Dl "tog and final drawing for tRi
trict I high school basketball team tournament" will lie abode at a
will be held Mar 4-8 in Lake awetinf of the district coaches on
t.
'W<<1b. Caawtl Wm will t* 4
at Homestead
Homestead Key WSouth I Saturday Feb U
Broward, Delrajr Beach, Pompano HIM tlch.olHomestead
Belle Gt. f'it by has been ,appointed verve on
the tournament coaunlltat Tom ; At, LOW COST
it GROWERS T1UH1POMPANO Iuralr., ot Lake Worth will be .
taursameot manager, W, K, Cook '
!: t FIVE ot Bell Glade official tuner, and By Feeding MePURINA
K. R. Qoodcll. official acorer.
I.' I
) Homestead Growers IJ tbOIt Captured Nazi U. ott LAYING
? out to defeat Pompano High c*|-
t en 42-26 at Pompano Friday night : To He Seen Here Feb, 10 .z s,.
Homestead led at each bruit, 11- t V#
The Nary Club of U S. A. will
(. 18-14 and 2e-IL Bob Roper wsO have on exhibition In the city of CHOWS
It ) Ugh roan for the Growers with
submarine
Homestead a Oman midget -
f 11 point,and Captain Earl Gordon I. on Tuesday, Feb. 10. This
scored U point I.exhibit will be t The victor won the B game' be boarded at Mowry at. andKrome I ..r t
,,-4. I eve. between the hour of --
i Homestead trounced Miami '10 a. m. and 10pm. ...1i.......,'
it.. Tech Hip U-tT Wednesday night I There 1* np admission charge, :
In Miami gym. Sara TorolM tallied but voluntary donation'ry'e ac Matching let It pure
IS points and Bob Roper, U to belp the club carry on silver
plat .
Homestead gradually Increased ita I aepted! ". welfare and rehabilitation 'f i
lead at each break with scores AtM. I program V r
1-., and 11-11, .... l The midget (ubmailnt was Wed' and guaranteed
I HorM.t.ad also took the B crap mown la Germany ** the See- by-. 'he Wm. Rogers.
53-25. bund and was one of the secret Mfg. Co.
Th Grower wU go to Key weapon the Nazis developed. II ..4601 i
i West to play tonight and Saturday to SB feet long weight 21 ton and "Reinforced of
r flight .,, carries two fuluuae torpedoes,
' each 22 feet long. Ita speed U : warSTART.' point
Norman on Dean's List eight knot OB the surface, and ,
/ At Southern College four knot ubmerged. This I* the L-
\ only on In this country and at
} VTIIIard Norman ion of Mr. and far axi* known there are onlytwo
I Mr*. E. 3. Norman, was Included left In the world. The real,
I ) t on the de."', Hit of 230 Florida were destroyed by the Germans I
Southern College students who te that the existence of this secret
made B averages or better for the' weapon would not be known. The
fall term. Mr. Norman 1* a theological !U-boati always attacked In a pack, Ill Ir /
ttudent and pastor of the'like wolves, and cam to be calleda
Methodist.. Church of Cork. wolf pack.
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>.t Confidence and trait are built r/
i ga.ao c1JltII. t" 50 r CHOWS feed le P 1IfI"@I..fees,CeiM.SEH .
:. .' I DO perforaaoc not ptomUci.To: continue Z . >
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I h: t.' community, we consider! each prescription r

t i \ brought to us a Challenge '* Aj .

I f! B Only the finest pharauctutlcali the market affords YOUR DEALER

{ #t '' *r. .*.dlo your prtKriptioq.: It ii filled promptly b; it FOR FULL DETAILS

I competent pharmacist sod etretolljr double-chedteJ Your Purina Dealer ha com. FeUer Sent Wrt 4 PURINA -

I !r ''kt Kcuracy. nUt 0"1." dowt feel our obligation toGlades plate detail ot this "IIICt C nal 1 401 Ml New v WIVI of go
I I otter, and a handy order coupon $ Get

:) I ;;::;. too, why tot you you profit Hell show when. you you, Matching f j Pieces CNOYI seed

; your bens Purina Laying
,j Prescription Shop Chow . how these familiar ( COSL 1
I trl nd* In the checkerboard
t l nOWAEO JOHNSON Fm. O. MP help get top egg Prod eti. '

S, 12 North Krome Ave. Phone 64 .., frern your.layerd .t
CLOSED AVNDATI. aWT. IN KUUCCNCX tVXOOL UlQMfMl _
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where ..4 WetUnaartt Save 1'.. Mestey. ?

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B. DOd AVK. at R. B. HOMESTEADOMeai i And be lure to ask your ,.... 4LEE

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